Applications for WINTER 2019 Travel Bursaries - Now Open
Applications for GWF-YP Travel Bursaries are now open. Deadline to apply for travel during WINTER 2019 is March 31, 2019.
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Applications are now being accepted for the 2019 Executive Roles. Deadline to apply is March 29, 2019.
From June 3-6, McMaster University and Six Nations of the Grand River hosted the first Annual Science Meeting of Global Water Futures. The first activities of the GWF-YP group also took place! Organised in collaboration with the Canadian Young Hydrologic Society, we hosted 4 events during the conference.
Following the Professional Development Workshop, YPs gathered at The Phoenix Bar and Grill. Over 100 students of all levels, post-doctoral fellows and early career professionals gathered to network and socialize. Attendees represented over 17 universities across the country. GWF-YP Chapter Chairs introduced themselves and kicked off the GWF-YP program for the 2018-2019 year. Following the social networking event, attendees gathered at a bonfire on campus to continue the networking and discussion of ongoing GWF-YP research projects.
Excellent research conducted by GWP-YPs were highlighted in a research competition. With over 80 participants, presentations showcased the incredible water-related research from across the country. Thank you to all who participated and served as judges in this competition. Congratulations to our winners:
1) Meredith Marshall – University of Waterloo - “Incorporation and tillage practices to mitigate phosphorus loss through tile drains following fall application of dairy manure” (Poster Presentation)
2) Ana Laserna – McMaster University – “Chemiresistive sensors for monitoring the concentration of metal cations in water” (Poster Presentation)
1) Kim Van Meter – University of Waterloo – “Landscape Legacies: Long-Term Nutrient Trajectories in Great Lakes watersheds and Beyond” (Oral Presentation)
2) Mahyar Shafii – University of Waterloo – “Spatio-temporal variations of landscape nitrate fluxes in agricultural catchments driven by flow pathways and nutrient transport mechanisms” (Oral Presentation)
Dr. John Pomeroy highlighted the role of the Young Professionals Program within the larger GWF context and encouraged YPs to “Follow your instincts and follow your passions.” Following Dr. Pomeroy's talk, YPs headed to Fairweather Brewing Company for a YP social.
Many thanks the countless volunteers at McMaster and Six Nations, and the GWF secretariat that helped make the Inaugural Annual Science Meeting such a success! In particular, many undergraduate students from the McMaster Water Network Student Chapter helped with booklets, greeted and guided ASM participants throughout the ASM.
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