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Student Poster Competitions

Each year, the NCWRA cosponsors a student poster presentation competition with the NC Water Resources Research Institute (WRRI) at their annual conference.  Both graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to enter the competition.  Cash awards go to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place poster winners as well as to honorable mentions.

2016 Student Poster Competition Winners

FIRST PLACE:   Robert Mahoney, East Carolina University, "Nutrient and Bacteria Dynamics of Package Treatment Plants in Coastal North Carolina"  Click here to view an image of the poster.

SECOND PLACE:  Vinicius Taguchi,  NC State University, "Undervalued Stormwater Treatment by Undersized Disconnected Impervious Surfaces in Wilmington, North Carolina"  Click here to view an image of the poster.

THIRD PLACE:  Adeline Lopez,  NC State University, "Coal Ash Constituents at the base of aquatic food webs:  Dynamic behavior of arsenic"  Click here to view an image of the poster.


Brent Serozi, East Carolina University, "Onsite Wastewater Systems Phosphate Treatment in the North Carolina Piedmont"  Click here to view an image of the poster.

Jordan Jernigan, East Carolina University, "Evaluation of Surface and Subsurface Discharging Onsite Wastewater Systems in the North Carolina Piedmont"  Click here to view an image of the poster.



Past Winners


FIRST PLACE:  Guy Iverson, East Carolina University, "Tracking Nitrate-Nitrogen Sources Using 15N and 18O in Nitrate in Coastal Plain Surface and Ground Waters"  

SECOND PLACE:  Amirhossein Mazrooei,  NC State University, "Decomposition of Sources of Errors in Seasonal Streamflow Forecasting Over the US Sunbelt"

THIRD PLACE:  Robert  Mahoney,  East Carolina University, "Seasonal Nitrogen Dynamics of Packaged Wastewater Treatment Plants in Coastal North Carolina"


Elizabeth Allen, NC State University, "Challenges of Monitoring Water Quality on a Continuous Basis at the Watershed Scale in Eastern North Carolina"

Richard Small, UNC-Charlotte, "Response of Foraminifera (Marine Microorganism) to a Concentrated Brine Solution Discharged from a Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Plant in Currituck County, North Carolina"


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