Students & Young Professionals
WEFTEC: Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference
WEFTEC Events for Students:
- Student Lounge
- WEF Design Competition
- Career Fair
- Student Chapter Annual Meeting
- Poster Session
- WEF Proceedings
- Student Appreciation Reception
- Young Professionals Reception
- Community Service Project
- And much more...
WEF Student Design Competition
Lauren Zuravnsky, Design Competition Sub-Committee Chair - email@example.com
Allison Reinert, Co-Chair firstname.lastname@example.org | Michele Siminari email@example.com
Dianne Crilley, WEF Staff - firstname.lastname@example.org
The competition began in 2002 and was developed to provide a forum at WEFTEC to showcase the capabilities of students studying environmental engineering. Through sponsorship of this event, student Design Teams compete for award money. In 2009, this event expanded to host two competitions:
(1) Wastewater Design - intended to include the traditional wastewater design projects, e.g. hydraulic capacity design, upgrades to existing systems, biosolids handling, etc.
(2) Environmental Design - intended to include the current contemporary engineering topics, e.g. sustainability, water reuse, wetland construction, etc..
Water Environment Federation Student Paper Competition
WEF student members in a undergraduate or graduate program who have competed and won 1st place in their Member Association's annual paper competition have the opportunity to compete in the Water Environment Federation Student Paper Competition. Guidelines provide details on how to participate in this program. The following are the winners for 2014.
The 2014 winner in the Graduate Division was awarded to Hiroyuki Kashima and John M Regan from The Pennsylvania State University, University Park and members of the Pennsylvania WEA for their paper titled "Competitive Nitrate Reduction by Current-Producing Bioanodes: Critical Conditions to Develop Integrated Nitrogen Removal Strategy with Energy Producing Bioelectrochemical Systems".
||The 2014 winner in the Undergraduate Division was awarded to Jun Dong and Dillon Stanger from McGill University and members of the Reseau Environnement for their paper titled "The Concept, Simulation and Design Basics of a Sequencing Dual-Batch Reaction."
For more information contact:
Christina Alito, Sub-Committee Chair Christina.Alito@hdrinc.com
Dianne Crilley, WEF Staff email@example.com
WEF Student Chapters
Scholarships and Career Development Training
WEF Students and Young Professionals Committee (SYPC)
Want to get more involved in WEF? Join the SYPC! If you have questions, the Committee Chair, Vice Chair, and WEF Staff Liaison are ready to speak with you on SYPC programs and initiatives.
Contact WEF staff member Dianne Crilley at firstname.lastname@example.org.