AWRA's 54th Annual Conference will be held November 4-8, 2018 at the Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards, in the heart of Baltimore's downtown, on the bay and just a short drive from BWI-Marshall International airport. The conference, hosted by the Delaware Section, in partnership with members of the New Jersey and National Capital sections of AWRA, will convene water resource professionals and students from throughout the nation.
Additional conference highlights will include: pre-conference field trips, the always popular student and young professionals career night, fun run, awards luncheon, exhibitor booths, student poster session and lightning talks. Please contact the conference chair or technical co-chairs about special sessions, workshops, field tours or to get involved with the conference.
We invite you to register for the conference using the instructions below. Your registration fee includes:
Full Registration: All sessions on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday; Exhibits; Refreshment Breaks; Networking Reception & Conference Lunch.
Student Registration: All sessions on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday; Exhibits; Refreshment Breaks; Networking Reception & Conference Lunch. A
copy of your student ID and a letter from your institution or professor
confirming FULL TIME status should be sent with your registration. Post
docs do not qualify. There will be an extensive student program included with your registration!
One Day Registration: All sessions, Exhibits, Refreshment Breaks, and Networking Reception or Conference Lunch on the day registered.
To register, log in with your AWRA username and
password to the right or click "Create a new account" under Sign In above
if you don't have an account.Then click the "Register Myself" button towards
the bottom of the resolved page. You may also download the mail in registration form. Please email as an attachment to Mike Kowalski or fax to AWRA HQ at 540-687-8395.
We look forward to seeing you in Charm City for Community, Conversations, and Connections!
||Martha C. Narvaez
Water Resources Center
University of Delaware
New Jersey Water Supply Authority
||Kelly Mott Lacroix
USDA Forest Service