AWRA Florida offers a $3,000 scholarship to assist exceptional graduate students with tuition, educational fees and/or research expenses. Applications should include a discussion of the applicant’s educational and professional goals, with as much specificity as possible. If support of a research project or program is being sought, a description of the research should be included. Applicants should also have at least one letter from a faculty member in support of the student’s request. Applications must be received by March 31.
The Sanford N. Young Scholarship may be given for work in any area of water resources science, technology, or management. However, AWRA Florida's Board of Directors may give preference to applicants seeking to continue their education after U.S. military service, as well as those working in areas that combine biological sciences and engineering or that focus on aquaculture or improving the environmental regulatory process. Scholarship recipients will be invited to attend the AWRA Florida Annual Meeting to receive the award and be acknowledged by the members.
AWRA Florida, as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, welcomes contributions to the Sanford N. Young Scholarship Program, which are tax deductible.
Miles Medina - University of Florida
Carrie Schuman - University of Florida
Ian Hahus - University of Florida
Felicia Nudo - Florida Gulf Coast University
Alice Alonso - University of Florida
Wesley Henson - University of Florida
Natalie Nelson - University of Florida
Drew Liddick - Florida Gulf Coast University
Yogesh Kahare - University of Florida
Hollie Hall - University of Florida
Miguel Morales - University of Florida
Ruben Kertesz - University of Florida
Stuart B. Norton