WEF Showcases Student Programs at USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo

June 23, 2014

WEF Resources & Efforts

From left, Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) staff Stevi Hunt-Cottrell and Margaret Richards talk to USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo attendees. Photo courtesy of  WEF photo/Richards..

From left, Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) staff Stevi Hunt-Cottrell and Margaret Richards talk to USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo attendees. Photo courtesy of Othello L. Richards.

Staff discuss WEF programs such as Stockholm Junior Water Prize, World Water Monitoring Challenge, and Work for Water at the expo. Photo courtesy of Othello L. Richards.

Staff discuss WEF programs such as Stockholm Junior Water Prize, World Water Monitoring Challenge, and Work for Water at the expo. Photo courtesy of Othello L. Richards.

The Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) offers such programs as the Stockholm Junior Water Prize, World Water Monitoring Challenge, and Work for Water resource to get students interested in the science of water and careers in the water sector. WEF showcased these programs at the third USA Science & Engineering Festival Expo, held April 26–27 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

The festival, a free event hosted by Lockheed Martin (Bethesda, Md.), is designed to inspire the next generation of innovators with live stage performances and more than 3000 hands-on activities. During the event, WEF staff members shared with attendees the federation’s programs and how students can get involved.

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