Deadline(s): 2/10/2016, 3/1/2016
Fellowships support graduate members of ASCE enrolled at accredited institutions. Fellowships are for one year.
Trent R. Dames and William W. Moore Fellowship supports practicing engineers or earth scientists, professors or graduate students in the exploration of new applications of geotechnical engineering or the earth sciences to social, economic, environmental and political issues. Deadline: 2/10/16.
Freeman Fellowship offers graduate support for experiments, observations, and compilations to discover new and accurate data that will be useful in hydraulic engineering. Deadline:2/10/16.
Arthur S. Tuttle Scholarship for the first year of graduate study leading to the master's degree in an accredited educational institution. Deadline: 2/10/16.
J. Waldo Smith Hydraulic Fellowship supports civil engineering graduate students engaged in the study of experimental hydraulics, restricted to research in the field of experimental hydraulics as distinguished from that of purely “theoretical hydraulics.” Preference shall be given to Associate Members. Deadline: 2/10/16.
Liesch Fellowship supports full-time graduate studies in highway geometric design, traffic engineering, traffic safety, and transportation planning with the emphasis on geometric design and traffic engineering in a graduate programs accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. Deadline: 3/1/16.
Award amount: $2,500-$5,000
American Society of Civil Engineers
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