MIT Water Night
The MIT Water Night is a family-friendly event to celebrate water with the MIT and local community.
Come learn about water through research posters, art exhibits, interactive demos, and more.
Working on water? Come share your passion with a broad audience.
Tuesday, February 26, 2019, 6 to 9 PM
MIT, Walker Memorial, 142 Memorial Drive
Abstract submission deadline extended to Feb. 14 @ 5pm
MIT Junior Water Scholars Program
A free program for local high school students to learn about water issues while practicing their research and communication skills, run by MIT graduate students. Students come to MIT campus on Saturday Feb. 23 for training (food and transportation provided). Then, they present their research to the public at the MIT Water Night! Apply here now! More info here.
Join the team!
Want to help out? If you want to gain experience in event organising, marketing, outreach, artistic and scientific content development, and other activities, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Presenters: Over $1000 in prizes for top presenters!
Deadline extended until February 14 @ 5pm EST
Are you working in water? If so, then the MIT Water Night is for you!
Anything water-related is fair game, whether it’s a cool photo, cutting-edge research, a thought-provoking poem, an educational demo, or more…
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