AWWA Scholarships

In addition to NEWWA's many scholarships, AWWA offers several each year as well. Please see below for a complete description of each and visit AWWA's Scholarship Home Page for full information and to download applications.

Or, for applications and eligibility criteria, contact Linda Moody at 303.347.6201 or send an e-mail to Linda Moody at lmoody@awwa.org.

Abel Wolman Fellowship
The Abel Wolman Fellowship is designed to support promising doctoral students in the U.S., Canada and Mexico pursuing advanced training and research in the field of water supply and treatment.
Support: Up to $25,000, renewable for a second year
Deadline: January 15 annually

Thomas R. Camp Scholarship
Sponsored by Camp Dresser and McKee, Inc., the Thomas R. Camp Scholarship provides support to outstanding graduate students doing applied research in the drinking water field.
Support: $5,000 one-time grant
Deadline: January 15 annually

Holly A. Cornell Scholarship
Sponsored by CH2M Hill, the Holly A. Cornell Scholarship encourages and supports outstanding female and/or minority masters students in pursuit of advanced training in the field of water supply and treatment. CH2M Hill will assist the recipient with travel costs to the AWWA annual conference where the award will be presented.
Support: $7,500 one-time grant
Deadline: January 15 annually

American Water Scholarship
American Water is providing graduate level support to assist the development of professionals interested in service to the water industry.
Support: $5,000 one-time grant
Deadline: January 15 annually

Black & Veatch - Building a World of Difference Scholarship
Provides support to an undergraduate student seeking a degree in the water industry.
Support: $5,000 one-time grant
Deadline: January 15 annually

Carollo Engineers Inc. Scholarship 
Provides support to a masters student engaging in water-energy nexus issues for water, wastewater or water use.
Support: $5,000 one-time grant
Deadline: January 15 annually

Malcolm Pirnie Graduate Scholarship
Provides support to a masters or doctoral candidate student seeking a degree in the water industry.
Support: $5,000 one-time grant
Deadline: January 15 annually

MWH Scholarship
Provides support to a masters student seeking a degree in the water industry.
Support: $5,000 one-time grant
Deadline: January 15 annually

Charles “Chick” Roberts Scholarship
The scholarship sponsored by The Roberts Filter Group, provides a one-time grant of $5,000 to a student pursuing a graduate degree at Pennsylvania State University in the water science field.
Support: $5,000 one-time grant
Deadline: January 15 annually

Hazen and Sawyer Scholarship 
Sponsored by Hazen and Sawyer, this scholarship was established to benefit students seeking a master's degree in the water science field. Hazen and Sawyer will assist the recipient with travel costs to the AWWA annual conference where the award will be presented.
Support: $5,000 one-time grant
Deadline: January 15 annually

HDR/Henry "Bud" Benjes Scholarship 
Sponsored by HDR, this scholarship provides support to a masters student seeking a degree in the water industry.
Support: $5,000 one-time grant
Deadline: January 15 annually

Mueller Systems Scholarship 
Provides one-time support to a graduate student seeking a degree in material sciences and physics with a strong interest in sustainability and water infrastrucure. Mueller Water Products Company will assist the recipient with travel costs to the AWWA annual conference where the award will be presented.
Support: $5,000 one-time grant
Deadline: January 15 annually

Echologics Scholarship 
Provides one-time support to a graduate student seeking a degree in mechanical engineering with an emphasis in acoustics and a strong interest in sustainability and water infrastructure. Echologics, a Mueller Water Products Company will assist the recipient with travel costs to the AWWA annual conference where the award will be presented.
Support: $5,000 one-time grant
Deadline: January 15 annually

Academic Achievement Award
The Academic Achievement 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. The manuscript must reflect the work of a single author and be submitted during the competition year in which it was submitted for the degree.
Doctoral Dissertation
First Place: $3,000 one-time award
Second Place: $1,500 one-time award
Masters Thesis
First Place: $3,000 one-time award
Second Place: $1,500 one-time award
Deadline: October 1 annually
 

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