Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT
BORLAND CHAIR OF HYDROLOGY SCHOLARSHIP

We are pleased to announce a call for a SPRING 2022 Civil and Environmental Engineering BORLAND HYDROLOGY CHAIR SCHOLARSHIP.

Students should submit their application to Susheela Mallipudi, susheela.mallipudi@colostate.edu. The deadline for receipt of the application is 4pm Friday March 11.

 

The purpose of the Borland Chair of Hydrology Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to graduate students in the Hydrology Program.

The criteria used for this scholarship include:

  • academic excellence in Hydrology
  • must be a graduate student in the Hydrology program

·       must perform graduate research under the supervision of the Borland Chair of Hydrology

  APPLICATION

 

Current Graduate Students Scholarships Available

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering awards between $100,000-$125,000 worth of scholarships to current graduate students who have completed at least one semester of graduate studies in the Department. The Department makes a call for applications in August of each year.
NameBrief Description
Anthony Chrest Memorial Grad ScholarshipAwarded to a graduate student demonstrating an interest in the analysis and design of concrete structures.
Armando/Circe Balloffet Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to a graduate student in the Department who has strong science and mathematical abilities and wants to promotes the participation of women and underrepresented students in engineering.
Arthur T Corey ScholarshipAwarded to a graduate student showing an interest in agricultural or environmental engineering. This schoalarship is in honor of Arthur “Art” T. Corey, who was an emeritus professor at Colorado State University.
Bob & Joan Meroney ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student demonstrating an interest in fluid mechanics, wind engineering, hydraulics, or environmental engineering. Dr. Robert Meroney spent over 40 years at CSU, with some of his later research focused on computational wind engineering looking at air polution and building aerodynamics.
Civil Engineering Alumni Graduate ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student in the Department.
D Simons Graduate FellowshipAwarded to a gradaute student demonstrating outstanding performance in undergraduate and masters program. Shows an interest in earning a Ph.D. in the areas of hydraulics, hydrology or water resources. Dr. Daryl B. Simmons received his Ph.D. from the Department and eventually joined the Department and played a critical role in designing and funding the Engineering Research Campus at the Foothills campus.
Dr Jeng-Song Wang Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student demonstrating an interest and aptitude for hydraulic engineering.
Edwin C & Kay S McDowell ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student in Civil Engineering who gradauted high school in the state of Colorado or Wyoming and demonstrates involvement in campus activities.
Geotechnical Engineering Alumni ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student studying geotechnical engineering.
Herman J Koloseus Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute doctoral student demonstrating an interest in water resources or open channel water flow. Dr. Herman J. Koloseus was a faculty in the Department for almost 30 years. Dr. Koloseus was a dedicated teacher to his students and researcher in the aread of hydrulics and flow measurement.
Jack E Cermak Wind Engineering Graduate FellowshpAwarded to a gradaute student demonstrating an interest in wind engineering and/or fluid mechanics. Dr. Jack E. Cermak was a faculty in the Department for 50 years and recognized as the father of wind engineering.
John and Darlene Nelson Geotech ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student studying geotechnical engineering who will be conducting research and writing a thesis or dissertation.
Jorge Ramirez Graduate ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student demonstrating an interest in hydrology and/or water resources. The schoalrship was created in memory of Dr. Jorge Ramirez, who was faculty in the Department for almost 30 years, and worked on the study of water flows, distribution and interactions within the context of the land, vegetation and atmosphere.
Kenneth G Medearis ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student demonstrating an interest in structural engineering or structural dynamics and demonstrate leadership, creativity, motivation, and character.
Kullberg Family ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student demonstrating an interest in international development, Engineers without Borders, or similar.
Larry & Kathleen Roesner ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student demonstrating an interest in urban water infrastructure. Dr. Larry Roesner has more than 40 years of experience in water resources and water quality engineering and management and was a faculty in the Department.
Larry Dirks Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student in the Department.
Maury Albertson ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student demonstrating an interest in international projects. Dr. Maurice Albertson, was a professor in the Department, and played a critial role in the creation of the Peace Corp.
Morton W Bittinger ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student demonstrating an interest in water resources or environmental engineering. Dr. Morton Bittinger was a faculty in the Department for 10 years. Dr. Bittinger was one of the first in the field to apply modern computer technology to the solution of groundwater problems.
Sally & Thomas Keefer Scholarship/WSCOEAwarded to a full-time gradaute student demonstrating financial need.
Shrake/Culler Scholarship-EngrAwarded to a gradaute student demonstrating enthusiasim and dedication to higher education and a strong work ethic.
Sjostrom Family Scholarship/WSCOEAwarded to a student demonstrating research and/or professional interest in improving the quality of life in less industrialized communities. Student must demonstrate financial need. John William Sjostrum received his bachelor and master degree from the Department. Additionally, he served in the Peace Corp in Honduras.
Tipton-Kalmbach/Stantec FellowAwarded to a gradaute student demonstrating an interest and aptitude for hydraulic engineering.
Todd Wiedemeier ScholarshipAwarded to a student demonstrating an interest in groundwater. The Todd H. Wiedemeier Natural Attenuation Scholarship was created in memory of Mr. Wiedemeier, who had over 27 years in environmental engineering. Students should demonstrate an appreciation for the importance of natural attenuation processes in developing an improved understanding of dissolved contaminant fate and transport in the subsurface.
Vijaya Gopu/James Goodman ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student in the Department.
Whitney Borland ScholarshipAwarded to a gradaute student demonstrating an interset in hydrualics, hydrology, or water resources.
Yevjevich Civil Engineering Graduate AwardAwarded to a graduate student showing an interest in hydrology, hydraulics, water quality, environmental engineering, hydrotechnics, fluid mechanics, or water resources. Dr. Vujica Yevjevich was one of the most influential men in the field of hydrology and water resources and was considered the Father of Stochastic Hydrology, a field that has become a major area of scientific and engineering activity in water resources for the past several decades. Dr. Yevjevich was a faculty in the Department for 19 years.