Submit Your Abstracts Now

Deadline for AWWA’s Utility Management Conference is June 26

Have a great approach, practice, process, techniques, or case studies in all aspects of utility management? AWWA members want to hear from you.

Special topic sessions and pre-conference workshop submissions are still being solicited for organization’s 2021 Utility Management Conference in Atlanta. Abstracts submitted for 2021 will also be eligible for future virtual presentation opportunities.

In order to be considered for both in-person and virtual presentation opportunities, you need to submit your abstract no later than 4:00 p.m. (MT) on Friday, June 26, 2020.

Just last year, Susan Story, CEO of AWWA, discussed the company’s efforts to upgrade U.S. water infrastructure and catch contaminants in water supplies during an appearance with Bloomberg’s David Westin on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.”

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

  1. Complete your submission by the deadline
    Abstracts received after the deadline will not be considered. Submit early to avoid heavy traffic at the deadline.
  2. Do not submit an abstract on behalf of anyone other than yourself.
  3. No duplicate abstracts
    Abstracts with the same title and/or content submitted under different categories will not be permitted.
  4. Provide all required information
    The online submission form will be processed successfully only when data is provided in all fields marked “Required!”
  5. Comply with the abstract size limitation
    Abstract text may be no longer than 3,000 characters (including spaces and punctuation).
  6. Omit graphics, attachments, or other additional information
    Abstract submissions are limited to text only. The online submission form will accept only text in the Abstract field, and other submissions must comply with this requirement as well. No graphics, attachments or addenda will be considered.
  7. Student Qualification
    An individual enrolled in at least nine (9) credit hours or the number of hours required by the institution for full-time status at an accredited educational institution. Proof of enrollment may be required upon application and each renewal.
  8. Review submission confirmation messages
    A confirmation email will be sent out after the abstract is successfully submitted. If you have questions or problems with your submission, note the information in these messages and contact Education Services or call 303.347.6181 for assistance.
  9. The conference planning committee will select submitted abstracts for oral presentations, poster sessions, workshops and special topic sessions. 

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