Calling all Global Water Futures and University of Saskatchewan students, post-docs or recent grads passionate about water issues!
On March 25, we’re co-hosting an information session about the Western Canada AquaHacking Challenge: a tech startup competition presented by the Okanagan Basin Water Board and Aqua Forum for solving freshwater issues.
As an AquaHacking competitor, you’ll receive training on how to transform an idea into reality so you and your team can make a real impact on water issues impacting communities and watersheds across Western Canada. Finalist teams are awarded with seed funding (up to $20K!) to launch their water tech startup.
Join GWF Director, Dr. John Pomeroy, and members of the AquaHacking Alumni network to hear how you can get involved in the Western Canada 2021 AquaHacking Challenge.
Click on the link to sign up for the information session: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUqduqvqT8uHdN4SxuK1zAlWsAKaqhGWZ96