2010 Steering Committee:
Don Duke, Dan VanNorman,
Ron Edenfield, Andy Tilton,
Win Everham, Tom Missimer, Gillian Carney, Alicia Dixon,
Roxanne Gause, Kristoph-Dietrich Kinzil, Pete Quasius, John Capece,
Nargis Abduvohidova, Webmaster.

Today is: 01st 2014f August 2014

 

“The Next Generation of Water Challenges”

The conference will look back upon the past 20 years of water resources management challenges and forward to the next 20 years. The perspective of senior professionals will serve as the foundation for a conference program designed to help current and young professionals prepare themselves to meet the challenges of water-related careers in the coming decades.

In keeping with the conferences long tradition of bringing forward experts in the field to provide relevant and timely research and perspectives on an issue, this year's event will once again be outstanding. The Conference Host Committee, chaired by Dr. Don Duke of FGCU, is assembling a renowned group of speakers that should not disappoint anyone interested in this topic.

The conference will also feature presentations and events organized by and for AWRA, ASCE, FES, AWWA, ASABE, and EWB student chapter members for the purpose of bring together students interested in water-related careers.

Students are encouraged to attend and will be eligible to win two, $500 on-the-spot awards to be given during the sessions by random drawing.

The Yacht Club is located at 2360 West 1st Street, just off McGregor Boulevard, immediately to the north of the Edison/Ford Estates. Click here for Mapquest directions.

This year's conference, our 20th year of bringing together the region's water resources community, will feature a "Looking Forward": session on Friday evening immediately following the presentations. We invite you to participate in a re-cap of the day's major themes and a conversation about our priorities for the next 20 years of water resources management in southwest Florida. The event will result in a short 'white paper' summarizing our main points of consensus. See details.

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