McEllhiney Lecture Series in Water Well Technology
The William A. McEllhiney Distinguished Lecture Series in Water Well Technology was established in 2000 to foster professional excellence in water well technology. The lecture series honors William A. McEllhiney, the 1948 founding president of the National Ground Water Association, and a groundwater contractor and civil engineer.
Each year, a panel of groundwater contractors invites an outstanding groundwater professional to share his or her insights and work experiences with the industry. Individuals may nominate themselves or others they believe to be qualified as a McEllhiney Distinguished Lecturer.
Meetings and conventions of state and regional associations, foreign associations of groundwater contractors, academic institutions teaching water well technology, gatherings of water well regulators, and other bodies with a direct and identifiable interest in water well design and construction are eligible to request the presentation by filling out the request form and returning it to email@example.com. Lecturer availability is limited and not all requests can be honored by the lecturer.
Todd Halihan, Ph.D. , P.Gp
"Electrical Hydrogeology: A Picture is Worth 1000 Wells" OR
"The Future of Water: Data or Instincts?"
Gary Hix, RG, CWD/PI
"Drilling Markets Change - So Must We" OR
"Drilling Disasters and What We Can Learn"