Water Institute Graduate Fellows Program


The Water Institute Graduate Fellows program supports interdisciplinary faculty-graduate fellow teams to conduct integrative research in an emerging area of water science, including the social, natural, and engineering sciences. This education and research initiative is designed to meet the challenges of educating Ph.D. scientists and engineers with a deep knowledge in chosen disciplines, a strong holistic understanding of the bio-physical, technological, ecological, social and economic challenges to sustaining water resources, and a broad range of interdisciplinary skills.

2015 Cohort
student picture Trey Crouch
ESSIE/Environmental Engineering Sciences

student picture Roberta De Carvalho
Geography

student picture Jacy Hyde
School of Forest Resources and Conservation

student picture May Lehmensiek
School of Natural Resources and the Environment

student picture Alexandra Sabo
Geography

student picture A. Christine Swanson
School of Forest Resources and Conservation

2013 Cohort
student picture Jackie Branyon
Civil and Coastal Engineering

student picture Peter Chutcharavan
Geological Sciences

student picture Yujun Deng
Urban & Regional Planning Department

student picture Katie Glodzik
School of Natural Resources and Environment

student picture Laibin Huang
Soil and Water Science

student picture Andrea Pain
Geological Sciences

student picture Alexandra Skrivanek
Geological Sciences

student picture Karen Vyverberg
Geological Sciences

2011 Cohort
student picture Elliott Arnold
Geological Sciences

student picture Wesley Henson
Agricultural & Biological Engineering

student picture Joelle Laing
School of Natural Resources and the Environment

student picture Charlie Nealis
Soil and Water Science

student picture Courtney Reijo
School of Forest Resources and Conservation

student picture Grant Weinkam
Environmental Engineering Sciences