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Hopkins places at WaterReuse Symposium

Hopkins places at WaterReuse Symposium

Morgan Hopkins, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture graduate student

Morgan Hopkins was awarded 2nd place in the University poster contest at the 29th Annual WaterReuse Symposium held in Dallas, TX. The title of her poster was “Environmental Effects of Reclaimed Water on Soil Properties; Public Acceptance of Reclaimed Water Use in Oklahoma”. Morgan is currently a Horticulture MS student working with Dr. Justin Quetone Moss and the Oklahoma City Utilties Department. The Annual WateReuse Symposium is the largest gathering of water professionals focused specifically on issues associated with water reuse and desalination. Last year, attendees traveled from 32 different U.S. states and eight countries to be a part of this event. This year’s Symposium featured more than 100 technical presentations, roundtable and panel discussions, technical tours, a welcome reception, a networking dinner at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, and an exhibition hall. Click here to view full size poster.

 

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