WDTU provides an annual $4,000 fellowship to a student working toward a Master of Science degree. The student is chosen by a faculty committee. A requirement of the grant is for the student to present his/her research methods and findings at one of our chapter meetings.
For information regarding this fellowship or to financially support the fellowship, please contact Ashley Giles. (WDTU is classified as a 501(c) 3 organization under the IRS code. Your contribution is 100% tax deductible.)
Fellowship criteria (abbreviated):
Applicants must be currently enrolled or have been selected to matriculate as a full time graduate student (9 semester hours) at CSU in the life sciences, studying fisheries biology, fisheries management, water quality of coldwater fisheries, or conservation with an emphasis on salmonoid species and their ecosystems. Application for and awarding of the fellowship is handled by CSU staff.