NWRI's Fellowship program is underwritten by the Joan Irvine Smith & Athalie R. Clarke Foundation, NWRI Corporate Associates, and community partners. NWRI is very grateful for the support provided by these partners.
Under the Fellowship program, NWRI awards funding to graduate students in the U.S. conducting research related to water resources and treatment. Please note that students must be currently enrolled full-time in a graduate program at a U.S. university to receive a Fellowship. Students who have not yet been accepted into a graduate program at a U.S. university are not eligible to receive Fellowship funding.
All Fellows for the 2016-2018 funding cycle have been selected. Check back soon for updates on their research projects.
The next call for proposals will likely be in November 2017. If you would like to receive updates on the fellowship program and the activities of NWRI, please sign up for our e-newsletter.
Click on the links below for more information on:
- Current (2016-2018) Fellowship recipients
- Past (2014-2016) Fellowship recipients
- Questions & Answers about the Fellowship Program
To contact us, please email the Fellowship Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent (2014-2016) fellow Ariel Atkinson in her laboratory at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
|Recent (2014-2016) fellow Chen Chen in her laboratory at University of California, Riverside.|