This interactive career-building event is designed to promote collaboration among SDSU students, researchers, and water professionals engaged in the management and regulation of regional water resources. The aim is to bring together leaders in water with water specialized students in hopes of ultimately providing a space for students, employers and recruiters to mingle and share information. Southern California, which includes San Diego County, Imperial Valley and the US-Mexico border region, faces critical challenges related to water resources and water quality, including drinking water supply shortages, climate change, water quality deterioration, impaired surface water bodies, soil erosion, and coastal contamination. By connecting hard-working and specialized students with leaders in water, valuable professional relationships can be made that will help sustain the future of addressing these pressing water issues.
Bringing Together Leaders and Students in Water
Join us at San Diego State University on Wednesday, March 18, 2020, from 4-6 pm for a SDSU Blue Gold career-building event.
This FREE event will include:
- Student poster presentations with industry and student organization tables
- Opportunities to meet and interact with researchers, top water students, and water professionals
- Happy hour drinks and light refreshments will be provided for invited participants
- Free parking for registered attendees