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.
SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING THE 2021 MCELLHINEY LECTURE BEING PRESENTED BY KEVIN MCGINNIS
COVID-19 has necessitated changes be made to the traditional scheduling and presentations by the McEllhiney Lecturer. Many state hosts have cancelled their in-person meetings due to health and safety concerns, in addition to government mandates. As these circumstances change, we will work with the hosts who requested the lecture and update the schedule of presentations as warranted. Please note that those who submitted requests previously will receive appropriate communication on the current plan as we strive to make the lecture available to as many individuals as possible.
A request form for the 2022 lecture will be posted pending the announcement of the lecturer.
For additional information, please contact Barbette Culpepper at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 551-7379 — or (614) 898-7791 outside of the United States — ext. 1568.
Kevin McGinnis —
“The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Innovative Treatment Options for Established and Emerging Water Quality Challenges”