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The UD AWRA student chapter receives the Outstanding Student
Section Award from AWRA President Brenda Bateman. From left to right: Maggie
Capooci (chapter president), Jillian Young (chapter vice president), Lauren
Mosesso (chapter secretary), and Nathan Sienkiewicz (chapter treasurer). Photo
credit: Ken Lanfear.
For the second year in a row, the American Water Resources Association (AWRA) selected the University of Delaware (UD) AWRA student chapter as the AWRA Outstanding Student Chapter for 2018. This award is presented to the AWRA student chapter most active in advancing water resources knowledge in their respective chapter, state, and section.
The UD AWRA student chapter executive board accepted the award on Sunday, November 4, 2018 during the AWRA President's Reception in Baltimore, Maryland.
The UD AWRA student chapter's objectives are to advance water resources research, planning, development, management, and education; to establish a common meeting ground for physical, biological, and social scientists, engineers, and other persons concerned with water resources on the University of Delaware's campus; and to collect, organize, and disseminate ideas and information on the field of water resources science and technology.
The UD Student Chapter also won the award in 2015. In 36 years there have been just four, three-time champions of the AWRA Outstanding Student Chapter Award:
In addition to the UD Student Chapter winning this award for the third time, the University of Delaware Water Resources Center's Policy Scientist, Martha Narvaez, was this year's conference chair and also served as the 51st President of AWRA in 2016.
In support of Delaware's water resourcesfrom the state's groundwater aquifers to its streams, ponds, lakes, and coastal watersthe Delaware Water Resources Center (DWRC), part of the Institute for Public Administration, promotes research, education, and public outreach programs focused on the supply, management, and quality of water while fostering training and education programs for future water scientists.
The University of Delaware's Institute for Public Administration (IPA) addresses the policy, planning, and management needs of its partners through the integration of applied research, professional development, and the education of tomorrow's leaders.
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