Founded in 1886, American Water is the largest investor-owned U.S. water and wastewater utility company. This $5,000 scholarship provides funding to a graduate level student.
Driven by its core value to improve quality of life by building and leveraging a diverse, equitable, inclusive workplace and a culture of belonging, Arcadis offers this $5,000 scholarship award to assist graduate-level students from underrepresented racial and ethnic minority groups (Black, Latinx, American Indian or Alaska Native) in STEM fields with the potential to provide leadership in the water service industry.
This Fellowship is named after Dr. Abel Wolman. The endowment was established to assist highly qualified students who continue meaningful research in water supply through doctoral programs. This award of excellence recognizes those whose careers in the water sector exemplify vision, creativity, and excellent professional performance characteristic of Abel Wolman's long and productive career. The initial award for one year is $30,000, with a second year of support available if needed.
AWWA administers the LARS scholarships annually to honor the memory of Dr. Thurston E. Larson. The scholarships provide support and encouragement to outstanding graduate students preparing for careers in the fields of science or engineering to which Dr. Larson made significant contributions. These endowed scholarships provide support for two students annually. The funding for a master’s level student, the funding is $5,000 and a doctoral student receives $7,000.
This $10,000 scholarship was established in honor of Carollo Engineers’ Water Practice Director Bryant L. Bench, who combined elegant engineering with innovative concepts like managed filtration to improve drinking water quality for millions across the country. This scholarship is intended to assist graduate students continue pursuing their passion for water as they work toward the consulting engineering profession.
This $5,000 scholarship offered by Roberts Filter Group recognizes a graduate Pennsylvania student studying water technologies.
CDM Smith honors co-founder Dr. Thomas R. Camp with this $10,000 scholarship to encourage outstanding graduate students conducting applied research in the drinking water field.
Established in recognition of Brown and Caldwell co-founder Dave Caldwell. This $5,000 scholarship funds a female and/or minority graduate level student pursuing an engineering degree in the drinking water field.
In celebration of its over 100 year serving Colorado residents, Denver Water provides a $5,000 scholarship for any undergraduate or graduate student who has serious interest in the fields of water delivery, water quality, water reclamation or water reuse.
This award was established in 2023 in honor of Dr. James K. Edzwald to recognize an outstanding graduate student pursuing research on documenting climate change effects on water quality and treatment and/or resilient treatment methods pertaining to supplies with algae, Cyanobacteria, natural organic matter, and/or contaminants of emerging concern to the drinking water industry. The scholarship will provide $3000 in these topics with preference to a graduate student whose application emphasizes career goals of serving the water field.
This award was established in 2020 in honor of Dr. Philip C. Singer to recognize an outstanding graduate student pursuing research on topics related to drinking water quality, environmental science, and public health. The scholarship will provide $3,000 to a student who is pursuing research that will provide actionable and timely outcomes to address current challenges faced by the water industry.
Gannett Fleming is proud to offer a $5,000 academic scholarship to an undergraduate or master’s-level engineering student who has a passion for engineering the future of the water industry. The scholarship includes the opportunity for mentoring and an internship.
There is a simple truth that underpins the importance of our outreach to you, the next generation of water professionals: you will solve the most pressing infrastructure issues of our time. We’re proud to partner with you.
The Hazen and Sawyer Scholarship will be awarded to a graduate level candidate who reflects these values, and is committed to leading the industry by advancing solutions to today's most pressing challenges in the fields of drinking water, water reuse, and water resources.
HDR’s One Water Institute drives water innovations through collaborative research. Its namesake scholarship provides $10,000 in funding to assist a graduate student work towards a degree that will support their career as a consultant in the water industry.
The J & L Presidential Scholarship offered by the Jacangelo Family aims to support and grow relationships with promising graduate students attending a Historically Black College or University (HBCU) who have an interest in a career with a service provider or utility with a major in engineering, science, public health, or technology for the water community. Students with diverse backgrounds and experiences are encouraged to apply. A $5000 scholarship will be offered to one student. Criteria for selection will be based on financial need, academic excellence, career goals, and interest in the water community. Final candidates will be required to submit proof of financial need.
The Holly A. Cornell Scholarship created in 1990 and sponsored by Jacobs, honors CH2M Hill co-founder Holly A. Cornell to encourage and support outstanding female and/or minority students pursuing advanced training as a graduate student in the field of water supply and treatment. This scholarship is in the amount of $10,000.
Stantec sponsors this $10,000 scholarship to assist a student enrolled in a research-based program (Masters or Ph.D.) in the area of water treatment science and engineering.
The $5,000 Woodard & Curran scholarship was established in 2017 to support students from underrepresented groups pursuing a graduate degree with a focus on innovative solutions for issues related to water and the environment.