COVID-19 makes it mark once again in Oklahoma, forcing the state to alter the approaching 2021 Governor’s Water Conference.
Instead of an in-person event, the conference will be a ‘virtual’ conference December 1-2 according to the Oklahoma Water Resources Center.
The Center announced this week it had “recently received word” of the change in the event.
“Because of this change, the Student Poster Competition will be VIRTUAL as well!” stated the Center.
Students from any institution of higher education in Oklahoma are welcome to apply. Posters must be either research or extension/outreach topics related to water resources in Oklahoma.
The conference draws scientists, policymakers, agency personnel, consultants and interested citizens from many disciplines. Poster presentations should be comprehensible to a general, non-expert audience.