Category: Fellowships

WEDA Fellowship Position

The Western Dredging Association is pleased to introduce the new WEDA Fellows program.  Effective September 1, 2021, the program will provide an incentive for students to contribute to the advancement of the dredging profession through significant and sustained contribution to the dredging discipline via excellence in dredging education, innovation in practice or education, demonstrated meritorious service, and/or knowledge sharing. 

The Fellows program will provide $5,000/term or $10,000/school year to an eligible student.  Eligibility will include students currently in their senior year of undergraduate work, masters and doctorate students, maintaining a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, in educational disciplines including, but not limited to, dredging, coastal engineering, civil engineering (with a study focus on water), and oceanography. 

Applications for the WEDA Fellows must be completed and submitted by June 15, 2021 and emailed to Tom Cappellino at tcappellino@westerndredging.org

Thank you and we look forward to your applications.

~ WEDA Educational Commission


Become University Innovation Fellows!

We are looking for students interested in becoming agents of change to become University Innovation Fellows! They will work on improving the innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem here at Michigan Tech. We are looking for creative, action-oriented students who are passionate and excited about innovation, entrepreneurship, or making positive change. Please forward this on to any students who you think may be interested. We appreciate all of your help in finding awesome students for this opportunity!

Learn more by visiting the application: bit.ly/mtu-uif2019 Applications close January 25, 2019 at 8 pm. Interviews will take place from 6-8 pm on January 27, 2019.

 


UG Student Fellowship: TURF at Portland State University

We’re offering a student opportunity to spend a summer doing research on the Portland State University campus (home to the national university transportation center: NITC) with our unique fellowship program now in its 2nd year: Transportation Undergraduate Research Fellowship (TURF).

This opportunity is open to current undergraduate students from any university who are pursuing transportation engineering or planning research. Students will be paired with a PSU faculty mentor to work on transportation research for 10 weeks (40 hrs/ week) with a $7,500 stipend. Applications are due February 15th (decisions made by March 29th).

We had seven scholars last summer, and are very excited to welcome a new group to the campus. See link for a flyer….2019 TURF Flyer.

Cait McCusker
Communications Director

Initiative for Bicycle & Pedestrian Innovation (IBPI)1900 SW 4th Ave, Suite 175, Portland OR 97201
cmccusker@pdx.edu • 503.725.2843


ASCE: O.H. Ammann Research Fellowship

  • Awarded to encourage creation of new knowledge in structural design and construction.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be a member of the Society (membership applications may be submitted with scholarship application), in any grade, and must be in good standing at the time of award;
  • During the tenure of this fellowship, the recipient may not work on research projects other than that for which this fellowship has been granted; but recipients may accept other awards if the conditions of such awards are the same as those for this fellowship;
  • Evidence must be shown throughout the application that the recipient has the ability to conceive and explore original ideas in the field of structural

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Online application must completed and submitted in a single session.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 1.