Category Archives: Master’s Programs

Environmental Engineers of the Future – Grad School

Dear prospective Environmental Engineering graduate student:

The Environmental Engineers of the Future funding program is sponsored
by public and private organizations that believe students entering the
workforce with a Master’s Degree in Environmental Engineering are
vital to address environmental and infrastructure needs throughout the
U.S.  The program is offering up to $10,000 in funding for each
selected student that pursues a Master’s Degree in Environmental
Engineering during academic year 2013-2014.

The priority application period ends on December 3rd.  Students may
apply at:

Environmental Engineers of the Future

Big Ten+ Graduate School Exposition

At the Big Ten+ Graduate School Expo September 23-24, 2012, students will:

  • Get an inside look at graduate school and the application process
  • Receive advice about funding opportunities from National Science Foundation representatives and other experts
  • Network with representatives from more than 75 of the nation’s top graduate institutions
  • Attend a premier graduate school fair

This two day mini-conference is especially designed for students interested in graduate education in:

  • Science
  • Technology
  • Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Other science-related disciplines.

The Big Ten+ Graduate School Expo awarded more than $50,000 in travel scholarships last year.  Women and members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to attend.

Visit for more information and to join our mailing list!

Upcoming MBA Info Session

Michigan Tech’s School of Business & Economics will be having an information session for students that are interested in earning their MBA after their Undergraduate degree.

This info session is very important in regards to timing in particular as scholarship monies available through the school will be awarded based on merit in the next month or so to our top applicants.

Be an MBA:  Info Session
Tuesday, March 27 @ 6:30 p.m.
130 Fisher Hall

Meet with a Faculty Member, an MBA Alum and MBA Admissions Staff
Questions?   Contact Jodie Filpus, MBA Admissions & Recruitment at or 906-487-3055

Graduate School Seminar for Undergraduates

Graduate School Professional Development Series
Graduate Degrees – Opportunities, Expectations, Advantages, and Potential Drawbacks (open only to undergraduates)

If you are planning on pursuing a graduate degree or would like to learn more about pursuing a graduate education, please join us for our upcoming presentation.  Included in the presentation will be what you need to do to prepare for graduate school and what you can expect during your graduate career.

Presentation will be on:
March 23rd at Noon (snacks will be provided at this session)

Seating is limited.  Please register at for more information.

Kristi Isaacson
Assistant Director of Graduate Marketing and Advancement
Michigan Technological University
1400 Townsend Drive
Houghton, MI  49931

(906) 487-3513
(906) 487-2284 Fax

Funding for Students to attend Women in Engineering Program at NCSU


The “We are W.E. (Women in Engineering) Program” is a new networking and recruiting event within the Department of Civil, Construction, & Environmental Engineering at North Carolina State University to encourage the presence of women in civil engineering.
As part of this program, we are happy to support travel for undergraduate and Master’s students who are interested in water resources and environmental engineering research to visit NCSU from March 15-16.  The We are W.E. Program will include a networking luncheon, seminar, poster symposium, campus tour, and meetings with professors from March 15-16, 2012. Please direct any questions to Emily Zechman at  Additional information is at

Thanks for your support and help with this!

Emily M. Zechman, Ph.D., P.E.
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering
North Carolina State University

We are WE Flyer

We are WE Application

MSCE with Specialization in Fish Passage Engineering

The University of Massachusetts Amherst offers a Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MSCE) degree with a specialization in Fish Passage Engineering. The curriculum is offered through the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and is designed to provide an engineer with the additional skills in hydraulics and ecohydrology needed to analyze and design solutions for enhancing fish passage in streams and rivers.

For more information about Fish Passage Engineering see their webpage:

Fish Passage 2012 (National Conference, June 2012):