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We are pleased to announce the 25th Annual Midwest Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (MWSETAC) Meeting with the theme of Sustainable Water Resource Management: From Urban to Rural. Protecting water resources from overuse and impairment presents a major challenge for meeting human, environmental, economic, and social needs for sustainable development. This year’s meeting theme highlights the diversity of challenges associated with water resources in urban, peri-urban, and rural settings. Presentations (platform or poster) are welcome in all areas of science applicable or relevant to Midwest SETAC, and we especially encourage topics that speak to the overall meeting theme. Presentations may include those from previous national conferences. Membership in the society is not required to attend or present. Please keep checking back to our 2017 web page for the latest information and updates.
SUBMIT YOUR PLATFORM AND POSTER ABSTRACTS: For the 25th Annual Midwest Chapter Meeting poster and platform presentations are welcome in all areas of science relevant to Midwest SETAC (see green box below). Presentations may include those from previous national conferences. Membership in the society is not required to attend or present. We encourage platform and poster presentations covering a variety of topics and encourage student submissions.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: Abstracts are now due February 13, 2017 at 11:59 PM Central. Platform presentations are 15 minutes with 5 minutes for questions and poster presentations are held during the evening Poster Social on Tuesday, March 21.
STUDENT TRAVEL AWARD & PRESENTATION COMPETITION: The MW Chapter supports student travel to our annual meeting to encourage student participation by defraying the cost of attending the annual meeting. All students, including Twin Cities‐area students, are encouraged to apply. A limited number of travel awards (up to approximately $250) will be made for this meeting. Students from the local Twin Cities‐area will be eligible for up to approximately $50. Student Travel Award applications are due February 6, 2017, at 11:59 PM Central. Awards are made for best student paper for both platform and poster presentations, for more information (including joining/renewing your membership, application requirements, and limitations), please visit our Student Awards web page.
Please join us in Minneapolis!