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Deadline Extended For Student Poster Presentation Submissions To Delaware River Watershed Forum In Allentown

The Coalition for the Delaware River Watershed has extended the deadline for student poster presentations for the Delaware River Watershed Forum.  Students have until October 7 to express an interest in participating.

The Forum will be held at the Renaissance Allentown Hotel on October 16-17 and will bring together organizations and individuals spanning the four watershed states of Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and Delaware.

The Forum allows for collaboration among those working on environmental conservation and policy; and provides professional and personal development opportunities.

Current college and university students are invited to participate in a poster session to showcase their research or reports on environment and conservation topics (i.e. plastics, water quality, wildlife, environmental policy, etc.) to the Forum's expected 250+ attendees.

The Forum wants to hear from the next generation of conservation leaders! Registration is free for accepted poster session participants.

The poster should be able to be positioned on an easel without rolling up. Therefore, the poster can be paper that is mounted onto foam board/cardboard or a poster printed directly onto a foam board. Minimum size of poster: 22" x 28", Maximum size of poster: 32" x 40".

Send an email to by October 7 if you are interested in submitting a poster.  Send a PDF or picture of the poster to the same email address by October 11 by Noon. 

If accepted, you will receive a comp code to register for the Forum for free. Participants should arrive at the Renaissance Allentown Hotel on Wednesday, October 16th  by 9 a.m. for breakfast and to set up the poster.

To register or more information on the Forum, visit the 7th Annual Delaware River Watershed Forum webpage.

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[Posted: September 24, 2019]


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