The 2023 Bob Brower Symposium
Saturday, March 11, 2023
PDH Credits Sponsored by:
The American Water Works Association, New York Section
The American Water Works Association is once again sponsoring credit hours for attending this symposium!
Dating back to its start in 1881, the AWWA is the preeminent and “largest organization of water supply professionals in the world”.
The AWWA Vision: “A better world through better water”
This is a Professional Development Hour (PDH) Approved Event!
Contact Hours Awarded: 3.0 Water / 3.0 Wastewater / 3.0 Professional Engineer
Professionals in the water industries can gain Professional Development Hour (PDH) credits by joining the Symposium and learning from the outstanding speakers that will be presenting.
Contact Us to find out more!
Pre-register for In-Person or Zoom attendance:
Dr. John Halfman
“Status of Owasco Lake 2022”
Professor of environmental studies, Finger Lakes Institute, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva
“Climate Change Impacts on Watersheds: How New York is Rising to the Challenge for Owasco Lake”
Director, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Region 7.
Katri Haanterä & Marissa Jordan
“Behavioral Science of Agricultural Practice Change ”
Senior Behavioral Scientist & Project Liaison Officer, Evidn
Dr. Andrew Brainard
“A change is going to come, but will we know? The Value of Long-Term Lake Monitoring”
Senior Research Scientist, Upstate Freshwater Institute
Remembering Bob Brower
Auburn Mayor Mike Quill officially changed the title of this event in 2019 to honor Bob, a former OWLA president and passionate advocate for the environment and the water quality in our region. The original symposium was Bob’s brainchild — a venue for citizen outreach and education to share and discuss the issues degrading our freshwater quality, most specifically that in Owasco Lake.