Each year, undergraduate engineering students from Queensland universities who have undertaken research projects related to water engineering are invited to present their findings at the Michael Woodhouse event.
The Michael Woodhouse event involves undergraduate engineers exhibiting their work to practising industry representatives and fellow undergraduates. It is an informal event, with many students presenting works in progress, providing an opportunity for the audience to learn from and comment on academic research initiatives. It represents a chance for your university to showcase its research capabilities to members of the water engineering industry. Additionally, there are plenty of opportunities for networking at the event- invaluable for those looking for future work experience or graduate placements.
The winner of the Michael Woodhouse Undergraduate Award will showcase the official trophy at their university (complete with engraved winner’s name) and receive a monetary prize from the Michael Woodhouse Memorial Fund: • 1st Prize is $350 • 2nd Prize is $100 • 3rd Prize is $50
Event Details This year the Michael Woodhouse Undergraduate Awards event will be incorporated as part of the 22nd Queensland Water Symposium to be held at the Grand Chancellor Hotel in Brisbane on 25th26th October.
Submit your application To apply for the Awards, please fill in the application form and submit it to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 30th September 2018.
Note: Students must be undergraduates independently undertaking a water-engineering related project at a Queensland university. Engineers Australia may provide travel and accommodation assistance for students travelling from regional centres.
You will find the awards application form here.