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UD AWRA President-Elect Brenda Bateman, Past-President
Amanda Doremus and President Maggie Capooci receive the 2017 Outstanding
Student Chapter Award at the annual AWRA conference in Portland,
On November 5, 2017, the University of Delaware's American Water Resources Association (AWRA) Student Chapter was honored with the award for 2017 Outstanding Student Chapter at the annual conference in Portland, Oregon. Current President, Maggie Capooci (PhD, Water Science and Policy) and Past-President Amanda Doremus (UD alumni and currently employed by KCI technologies) received the award on behalf of the chapter.
This is the second time UD was honored with this award. Past recipients of the Outstanding Student Chapter Award also include Pennsylvania State University, University of Florida, University of Washington, University of Wisconsin and Oregon State University.
AWRA is the multi-disciplinary water resources association for water resource professionals and students. Through its membership and events, AWRA advances multi-disciplinary water resources education, management and research.
Each year the AWRA bestows the Outstanding Student Chapter Award unpon the student chapter that best fulfills its mission through: (1.) the advancement of water management and education; (2.) the creation of common meeting times and spaces in which interdisciplinary scholars, practitioners and citizens concerned with the provision and safety of water resources can convene; and (3.) the collection, organization and dispersion of pertinent and/or innovative ideas and information regarding the supply, management and preservation of water resources.
The University of Delaware AWRA Student Chapter was founded in 2005 by graduate students from the University of Delaware's School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy with an interest in water resources with the fundamental objective of promoting awareness of water-related issues across campus and in the local community. The chapter is advised by Martha Narvaez and Gerald Kauffman from the University of Delaware Water Resources Center, a unit of the Institute for Public Administration.
Since its foundation, the University of Delaware Student Chapter of AWRA has become involved in many fun and educational activities, including water-related lectures, local stream clean ups and community and water-related social events. Over the course of the academic year (2016-17), the University of Delaware's Student Chapter of AWRA has led many initiatives, including the annual Water Resources Career Night, the Winter in the Watershed networking event and monthly discussion-based meetings. The chapter is open to graduate students from all disciplines with an interest in water resources or other environmental fields. Undergraduate students are also welcome to attend all meetings and events.
If students would like to join the University of Delaware's AWRA Student Chapter, they are invited to contact email@example.com, connect on Facebook at Delaware Student Chapter AWRA or visit the UD American Water Resources Association Student Chapter website.
Article by Martha Narvaez.
UD AWRA President-Elect Brenda Bateman, Past-President Amanda Doremus and President Maggie Capooci receive the 2017 Outstanding Student Chapter Award at the annual AWRA conference in Portland, Oregon.
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