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2024 WateReuse Symposium Presenter Information

WateReuse Association is pleased to host an exceptional roster of presenters and experts for the 2024 WateReuse Symposium in Denver, Colorado, March 11-14, 2024


The 2024 WateReuse Symposium is an in-person event: all presenters must attend in-person and register for the Symposium at the discounted speaker rate of $850 by January 15, 2024.  


Our Room Block is currently at capacity, but we’re working to provide more options. Please visit our Hotel & Travel page for more information and check it regularly for updates.

If you have any questions, please email Speakers@watereuse.org

Technical Program Presenters

Technical program speakers make scheduled oral presentations during the Symposium. To confirm your speaking time, please view the Symposium Schedule.

Important Deadlines and Links

PowerPoint Presentations

As a presenter, you will also be required to submit a PowerPoint presentation. Please use the 2024 WateReuse Symposium PowerPoint template, which is available at this link. Your presentation slides must be uploaded to our shared Dropbox by February 17, 2024. Please name your file with your proposal number and name.

Poster Presenters

A poster presentation is a visual representation of your work that Symposium attendees may view for one full day of the conference, with a 30-minute period designated for you to stand with your poster and interact with attendees.

Specifics for Poster Information

  • Posters must be at least 28 x 36 inches and must be flat, as they will be secured with thumbtacks/pushpins on a standing surface 48 x 96 inches.
    • You may use the entire hanging surface area for your posters and/or other display materials, all of which must be flat if hung on your poster surface. 
  • Posters will be displayed for one full day of the Symposium in the high-traffic plenary room.
    • Your 30-minute poster session corresponds with a networking break, see the schedule here. During that time, we ask you to engage with participants, share more information, and answer their questions. 
  • You are responsible for getting your poster to and from the event, as well as setting it up and taking it down at designated times.
    • There is a UPS Store inside the hotel where you can have your poster shipped (at your own cost). Unfortunately, they don’t offer poster-sized printing, but a nearby FedEx Office & Print Center does (again, at your own cost).  
    • We will provide thumbtacks/pushpins for your use on-site, as well as an assigned space. 
    • Your poster does not need to be laminated.
    • Your poster area will not have access to power, please plan accordingly. 

Your poster should include these elements:

  • Title
  • Author(s), with affiliations and emails

If your poster is a representation of a research study, you will want to include the following sections:

  • Introduction or objective
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Conclusions and/or discussion
  • Acknowledgments

If your poster is a representation of a case study or other kind of project, you may want to forego formal abstract sections in favor of the “5 Ws”:

  • Who (introduce the author, organization, or community)
  • What (what did you do? how did you do it?)
  • Where (where did you do it?)
  • When (when did it take place?)
  • Why (what are the outcomes, implications, or future possibilities?)
  • Acknowledgments

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