AWWA announces winners of its annual student poster competition

June 24, 2014

DENVER — The first place winner’s poster is entitled “Development of a FISH-to-PCR Assay for Quantification and Genotyping of Cryptosporidium Spp. in Environmental Samples.”

DENVER — The American Water Works Association announced the winners of its annual student poster competition. The competition took place during AWWA’s Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE14) in Boston June 8-12, according to a press release.

The first place winner is Dan Cannistraci for his poster entitled “Development of a FISH-to-PCR Assay for Quantification and Genotyping of Cryptosporidium Spp. in Environmental Samples”. Cannistraci represented AWWA’s Pennsylvania Section in this competition.

The second place winner is Kevin Young of Moorhead Public Service for his poster entitled “Prevention of Bromate Formation in the Moorhead Water Treatment Plant”. Young represented AWWA’s Minnesota Section in this competition.

The third place winner is Joe Goodwill of the University of Massachusetts for his poster entitled “Emerging Drinking Water Technologies”. Goodwill represented AWWA’s New Jersey Section in this competition.

The Fresh Ideas Poster Competition was one of several special events at ACE14 geared toward AWWA members who are students and young professionals, noted the release.

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