In Partnership with UBC to Achieve Knowledge to Practice

In Partnership with UBC to Achieve Knowledge to Practice

Category: Latest News 05 May 2018 No Comment 163 Views
This year, the Canadian Water Summit will address the theme Knowledge to Practice—Applying Science, Policy, and Research to the Blue Economy. To that end, we are thrilled to have the support of the University of British Columbia School of Applied Science and the Master of Engineering Leadership in Integrated Water Management.

 

Speakers from UBC include:

Madjid MohseniElder Larry Grant
Scientific DirectorAdjunct Professor
RES’EAU-WaterNET,
CWS Chair
First Nations and Endangered
Languages Program Consultant

Nadja KunzLeila Harris
Assistant ProfessorAssociate Professor
School of Public Policy and
Global Affairs
and Norman B Keevil
Mining and Engineering
Institute for Resources,
Environment, 
and Sustainability

In addition to UBC speakers, the 9th annual Canadian Water Summit will feature an academic poster contest highlighting the work of students who are working with industry partners to achieve the goal set out in our theme: Knowledge to Practice.

Poster example:

We are also pleased to receive delegates who will be bringing their expertise and knowledge to the RES’EAU-WaterNET Annual General Meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With dedicated programs such as RES’EAU-WaterNET and the Master of Engineering Leadership in Integrated Water Management for engineering professionals, University of British Columbia is committed to improving the state of water management in Canada and globally.

Join UBC researchers and graduate students at the Summit to learn about the leading-edge water research happening across Canada.

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