Applicants must be former Mellon Minority Undergraduate Fellows (MMUF) and candidates for the Ph.D. degree in fields recognized under the terms of the Mellon Minority Undergraduate Fellowship Program. Completion of all pre-dissertation requirements means that the applicant has passed all comprehensive examinations, has completed all course work for the degree, has received approval of the […]
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Travel and Research Grants provide graduate students who were Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellows with the financial means to complete their research prior to the start of dissertation writing. Funding is for one summer or one semester of travel and/or research support (including photocopies).
This program supports early-career graduate students in NSF-supported STEM fields. Fellows benefit from a three-year annual stipend of $34,000 along with a $12,000 cost of education allowance.
This scholarship offers support to help men and women in need of financial aid to further their education. The Fund seeks candidates who are “motivated by spiritual values,” and works to foster fellowship among them. Awards range from $2,000 to 3,000. Awards can be renewed based on review.
This scholarship provides support for doctoral and Masters students interested in careers in the fields of corrosion control, treatment and distribution of domestic and industrial water supplies, aquatic chemistry, or environmental chemistry. MSc students receive $5000, PhD students receive $7000.
Small grants reimburse expenses incurred during pre-approved fieldwork to disaster-affected areas to capture time-sensitive data. Proposals by students and new researchers using recognized, theory-driven scientific methods to examine social, behavioral, and organizational phenomena are preferred.
This scholarship encourages and supports outstanding female and/or minority Masters students in pursuit of advanced training in the field of water supply and treatment.
For students with a physical disability, given for research support. Given to graduate students in sciences or engineering
This award encourages academic excellence by recognizing contributions to the field of public water supply. All Masters theses and doctoral dissertations that are relevant to the water supply industry are eligible. First place is for $3000 and second is $1500.
The White Mountain Research Center (WMRC) is offering modest mini-grants in support of original graduate student research during 2017. Grants of $500 to $1000 will be awarded on a competitive basis to offset the cost of meals and lodging at one or more of the WMRC research stations.