AWWA Academic Achievement Awards

$3,000

January 10, 2020

Awards Available: 4

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Academic Achievement Award encourages academic excellence by recognizing contributions made by students and academicians in the field of public water supply.

    All masters theses and doctoral dissertations that are relevant to the water supply industry are eligible. Manuscripts must reflect the work of a single author and be submitted during the competition year in which the manuscript is submitted for degree. The competition is open to students majoring in any subject, provided the work is directly related to the drinking water supply industry.

    Doctoral Dissertation - First Place is $3,000 one-time award; Second Place is $1,500 one-time award
    Masters Thesis - First Place is $3,000 one-time award; Second Place is $1,500 one-time award

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Linda Moody
  • 6666 West Quincy Avenue
  • Denver, CO 80235
  • lmoody@awwa.org
  • tel: 303-347-6201
  • fax: 303-795-7603

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