Matt King of EPA writes:
Campus RainWorks is a green infrastructure design competition for American colleges and universities that seeks to engage with the next generation of environmental professionals and showcase the environmental, economic, and social benefits of green infrastructure practices. Stormwater pollution is a problem that impacts public health and water quality in communities across the country. The Campus RainWorks Challenge invites students to become part of the solution.
To learn more about Campus RainWorks check out the official Campus RainWorks Challenge Competition Brief. The brief contains details on design categories, submission requirements, and rules for participation.
Registration: September 1 – October 1, 2021
Deadline for Entries: December 10, 2021
Winners Announced: Spring 2022
The 1st place team in each design category will receive a student prize of $7,000 to be divided evenly among the team and a faculty prize of $3,000 to support green infrastructure research or training. The 2nd place team in each category will receive a student prize of $3,500 and a faculty prize of $1,500.
Please share this announcement with college students and faculty in your networks. If you have questions about the Campus RainWorks Challenge please direct them to RainWorks@epa.gov.
The ongoing pandemic presents challenges in terms of how we teach, learn, and perform our work. We are committed to running a successful challenge and hope you will consider participating. Join us in celebrating 10 years of Campus RainWorks.
For more information, visit the EPA Campus RainWorks Challenge website.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Office of Wastewater Management
Green Infrastructure Program
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