The CASFM-UWRI Scholarship

 
This scholarship is funded by the Urban Watersheds Research Institute and is awarded to an undergraduate student in the field of Civil Engineering enrolled in an ABET accredited College or University in Colorado. Applicants must be registered to take at least 12 credit-hours of coursework per semester (full-time). Students must be in either their Sophomore or Junior year.

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General Information

Recipients

This scholarship is sponsored by the Urban Watersheds Research Institute (UWRI). The UWRI is a Colorado Non-Profit Corporation whose mission is to provide resources for professional advancement through seminars, conferences, research, technical support, scholarships, intern programs and other related activities to scientists, engineers and other professionals involved in the planning, designing and managing of urban watersheds, their water resources and ecologies.

(Please Note: The CASFM-UWRI scholarship has not been funded this year. This information is being maintained for informational purposes only)

Scholarship Purpose: The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage sophomore and junior undergraduate civil engineering students to continue their education.  Applicants must be enrolled in an ABET accredited undergraduate civil engineering program at a College or University in the State of Colorado and be registered to take at least 12 credit-hours of coursework per semester (full-time).  Students must be in either their Sophomore or Junior year.  Minimum GPA for consideration is 2.0/4.0.  For more information about UWRI, please visit their website at www.urbanwatersheds.org.  The scholarship recipient will also have the option to attend the 2014 annual CASFM conference held in September in Vail, Colorado. Registration and three nights lodging at the conference will be included.

The Scholarship Committee Chair is:

Jacob James P.E, CFM  
Town of Parker
20120 E. Mainstreet
Parker, CO 80138
(303) 840-9546
 

 

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2013 - 14

The 2013-2014 CASFM-UWRI Scholarship recipient is Krystina Pacheco. Krystina is an undergraduate in Civil Engineering at Colorado School of Mines and anticipates graduating spring of 2015 . She is involved in SHPE (Society of Hispanic Engineers) and SWE (Society of Women Engineers) at school, and when not at school, enjoys hanging out with friends and family and being outdoors.
 

2012 - 13

The 2012-2013 CASFM-UWRI Scholarship recipient is Jack Danneberg. Jack is an undergraduate Environmental Engineering Student at Colorado State University anticipating to graduate Spring 2014. Jack is an avid outdoorsman who hopes to solve storm water quality problems with innovative green infrastructure.

2011 - 12

The 2011-2012 CASFM-UWRI Scholarship recipient is Molly Beth Katolas. Molly is an undergraduate student at the Colorado School of Mines where she is majoring in Civil/ Environmental Engineering and anticipates graduating the Spring 2013.

2010 - 11

The 2011-2012 CASFM-UWRI Scholarship recipient is Jordan Larsen. Jordan is an undergraduate student at the Colorado School of Mines where he is majoring in Civil Engineering. He anticipates graduating May 2012.

 

2009 - 10

The 2009-2010 CASFM-UWRI Scholarship recipient is Charlotte Van Voast. Charlotte is an undergraduate student at the University of Colorado in Boulder where she is majoring in Civil Engineering and anticipates graduating in the Spring of 2011.

2008 - 09

The 2008-2009 CASFM-UWRI Scholarship recipient is Eric Eisinger. Eric is an undergraduate student at the Colorado School of Mines where he is majoring in Civil Engineering and anticipates graduating in the Spring of 2011.

2006 - 07

The 2006-2007 CASFM-UWRI Scholarship recipient is James Foreman. James graduated from Ed W. Clark High School in Las Vegas Nevada in June 2004. He is currently a Junior in the Civil Engineering program at Colorado State University. After his anticipated graduation from CSU in 2008, James is planning to join the Peace Corps, where he hopes to improve water resources development in third world countries. After a stint in the Peace Corps, James hopes to return to the states and pursue a graduate degree in civil engineering.


 


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