19 results for tag: student programs


WALPA Student Scholarship Applications Due

In 2022, the Washington Lakes Protection Association will offer three student scholarships. The Nancy Weller Memorial Scholarship for a Ph.D. graduate student for $1,250. The Dave Lamb Memorial Scholarship for a M.Sc. graduate student for $1,000. The WALPA scholarship to an undergraduate student for $500. All three scholarships will also provide additional funds to cover registration and two nights’ accommodation for each recipient at the annual meeting. Student scholarships will be awarded to further our understanding of the limnology, hydrology, ecology, management, and restoration of lakes in Washington and Idaho. Applicants must ...

OLA Student Scholarship Applications Due

Oregon Lakes Association's Scholarship and Outreach Fund (SOF) supports research and public outreach activities related to Oregon's lakes, reservoirs, ponds, and their watersheds. The Scholarship and Outreach Fund is made possible through contributions by you! Applications for the 2022 OLA Graduate Student Research Award of $1500 are being accepted through April 17, 2022. The award supports research related to Oregon’s lakes, ponds, reservoirs, or their watersheds. Application instructions are available here. 

CALMS Student Scholarship Applications Due

The California Lake Management Society wishes to support students studying in areas related to lake and reservoir limnology, ecology, or management and presents individual scholarships of up to $1250 annually. ​Please review and share this flyer for scholarship information and application requirements. Applications are due April 15, 2022. Submit your application by email to: ​Marc Beutel, Ph.D., P.E. University of California, Merced CALMS Scholarship Program Chair Email: mbeutel@ucmerced.edu Subject: CALMS SCHOLARSHIP

ILMS Student Scholarships Deadline

ATTENTION:  $500 SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED STUDENTS! The Indiana Lakes Management Society (ILMS) is pleased to announce that financial assistance is available through the ILMS Scholarship Donation/Silent Auction Fund to help meet the college tuition needs of two applicants for the 2021-2022 academic year. Who is eligible? Students who are currently enrolled (or planning to enroll) in Environmental Science, Aquatic Ecosystem or Watershed Management, or related undergraduate or graduate college-level classes.  Students who are attending an Indiana college or university. Scholarship funds will be awarded preferentially to those ...

NALMS Internship Opportunities

NALMS is accepting applications for two summer 2021 internship opportunities: NALMS Policy Internship The intern will work with the NALMS Policy and Communications Committees to support the process of writing white papers and developing policy recommendations regarding the following topics: Climate Change Impacts on Lake Ecosystems, Lake Watershed Management, Cyanobacteria Management, and Urban Lake Management. An integral component of the internship will be taking the lead in writing a white paper and developing policy recommendations regarding one of the topics listed above or a new topic agreed upon by the intern and their ...

North American Lake Management Society Establishes New Student Scholarship Fund

MADISON, WI ‒ Due solely to the generosity and kindness of Life Member, Dr. Kenneth Reckhow, the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) is pleased to announce the establishment of the Kenneth H. Reckhow Scholarship Fund. With a unique tie-in to a NALMS tradition and Dr. Reckhow’s personal history with the Society, the scholarship winners will be directly linked with an event that occurs each year at the NALMS annual symposium. Beginning with the 2021 Clean Lakes Classic 5K Run/Walk, one female and one male graduate student participant in the event will be randomly selected to receive $500 for use toward their education. ”We are ...

Jody Connor Student Awards 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 20, 2021 Contact: Philip Forsberg, Director of Programs & Operations Phone: 608-233-2836 Email: info@nalms.org North American Lake Management Society Announces 2020 Student Award Winners COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Each year, NALMS presents student awards to the best student presentation and best student poster at the annual NALMS symposium. The awards are named in memory of Jody Connor, a long-time friend of NALMS who was active on the Education Committee and participated in the reviews of student presentations and posters. The first-place winner receives a check for $200 and a plaque. Honorable mention or ...

Jody Connor Student Awards – 2019

Each year NALMS presents student awards to the best student presentation and best student poster at the annual NALMS symposium. The awards are sponsored by SUNY Oswego. The NALMS Board renamed the student award as the Jody Connor Student Award in memory of Jody Connor, a long-time friend of NALMS who was active on the Education Committee and participated in the reviews of student presentations and posters. The first-place winner receives a check for $200 and a plaque. Honorable mention or second place winners receive a plaque. The Student Awards Committee is chaired by Frank Browne. Members of the committee include Amy Smagula, Harry Gibbons, Holly ...

Student Video Series: “Lake Management – Chemical and Physical Alterations”

NALMS is seeking student-produced videos of "Lake Management - Chemical and Physical Alterations" for inclusion in the video series hosted on the NALMS YouTube channel and website. In addition to the basic requirements in the Video Evaluation Rubric, this video can cover: Defining lake management Definition of chemical-physical alterations General examples with pros and cons OR a case study with key requisites (e.g., only recommend in soft water) and/or assumptions (e.g., no drastic water level fluctuation) Conclusion References cite and additional resources (if available) Awards for top video include: $500 USD travel award to ...

Student Video Series: “Lake Management – Biomanipulation”

NALMS is seeking student-produced videos of "Lake Management - Biomanipulation" for inclusion in the video series hosted on the NALMS YouTube channel and website. In addition to the basic requirements in the Video Evaluation Rubric, this video can cover: Defining lake management Definition of biomanipulation General examples with pros and cons OR a case study with key requisites (e.g., only recommend in soft water) and/or assumptions (e.g., no drastic water level fluctuation) Conclusion References cite and additional resources (if available) Awards for top video include: $500 USD travel award to annual NALMS conference; free ...