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DAYTON WATER CONFERENCE
May 16-17, 2011
University of Dayton
River Campus
1700 South Patterson Building

 

 

CROWN SOLUTIONS WATER TECHNOLOGY EXPOSITION
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 • 1:00 – 5:00 pm
Thomas J. Frericks Athletic and Convocation Center
(Also referred to as Collins Gym Athletic Practice Facility)

 


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UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON

The University of Dayton, founded by the Society of Mary (Marianists) in 1850, is a top-tier, national research university, one of the top-10 Catholic universities in the country and the largest private university in Ohio. The University enrolls nearly 11,000 students — from the undergraduate to the Ph.D. level — from 50 states and 60 countries who are taught by more than 450 full-time faculty.

The Great Miami River runs through the University of Dayton's 373-acre campus. The seeks to reunite the Miami Valley with its rivers. Each year the institute sponsors an annual River Summit to encourage leaders in cities along the river to create a cohesive vision for recreation and development.

Directions to Campus

The University of Dayton is located at 300 College Park Avenue, Dayton, Ohio 45409. We suggest using the as they provide the most direct route and account for construction in our area. However, you may also view our location on Google Maps.

2011 KEYNOTES


Congressman Bart Gordon,
Partner,
K&L Gates

Sally Gutierrez
Director, US
Environmental
Protection Agency

Woodrow W. Clark II, MA3, PhD
Qualitative Economist, Founder/Managing Director
Clark Strategic Partners


Scott Livingston
CEO, Livingston
Securities LLC


Paul Gagliardo,
M.P.H., P.E.
Manager, Innovation
Development
American Water


Dave Christophersen
Veolia Water Solutions and Technologies, Hydrex Global Platform Leader


Cat Shrier, PhD, PG, President & Founder, Watercat Consulting LLC


Joseph P. Mantua, President, American Water Works Association, Client Services Manager, Black & Veatch

Charles Scholpp
Director of Hach Integrated Information Management Business Development


The Honorable Kelly H. Carnes, President & CEO, TechVision21

Jeff Eger
Executive Director, Water Environment Federation (WEF)

John Cronin
Director and CEO, Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries

Mark M. Sweeney
Senior Principal, McCallum Sweeney Consulting (MSC)


Kevin M.
McGovern,
CEO,
The Water Initiative

2011 SPEAKERS

Jim Leftwich,
Director, Ohio Department of Development

Daniel J. Curran
President
University of Dayton


F. Mark
Modzelewski
Executive Director, Water Innovations Foundation


Jim Marten
Vice President
Crown Solutions

Alan Rae
Director
R3 Fusion


Douglas
Dusty Hall,
The Miami
Conservancy
District

Mayor
Gary Leitzell


Chris Spain,
Chairman &
CSO, Hydropoint


Philip Lippel,
Consultant on
Nanoscience and
Emerging Technologies


Phillip L. Hayden,
Ph.D., P.E., LEED AP,
Chairman,
Htec Systems, Inc.

Vincent Caprio
Co-Founder
Water Innovations
Alliance


Jennifer
Vanderhart, PhD,
Economist,
Exponent, Inc.


Clifton E. McCann
Partner
Venable LLP


Alan G. Hinchman
Global Industry Manager-Water
GE Intelligent Platforms

Charles J. Morton, Jr.
Partner
Venable LLP

Lars H. Genieser, Ph.D. Senior Associate Venable LLP

Scott Koorndyk,
VP, Technology
Commercialization
Dayton
Development
Coalition

Robert Ritzi, Ph.D.,
Hydrogeologist,
Wright State
University

 

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