J. Walter Porter Fellowship
The J. Walter Porter Memorial Fund was established in 1978 to finance periodic fellowships for graduate study and/or research in Water Resources Engineering to individuals who demonstrate outstanding ability and promise of excellence in engineering.
A stipend of $5,000 associated with the Fellowship shall be considered as a gift to the recipient. The recipient shall be a member of ASCE Texas Section at the time of application, and the graduate study and/or research must be done in Texas. Other obligations include filing a short formal report with the Trustees at the conclusion of the academic year, and preparing a paper on the results of the study and/or research for possible presentation at the 2019 Texas Civil Engineering Conference (CECON).
One Fellowship will be awarded for 2019. Applications should be submitted to [email protected] and should include the following information:
- A description and objectives of the program, study, and/or research
- Educational background
- Work experience
- Two letters of recommendation by persons familiar with the applicant’s educational and professional background; as well as the applicant’s potential to benefit from the program.
Applications for 2019 are no longer being accepted.
John B. Hawley Memorial Fellowship
The Hawley Fellowship was established in 1961 to promote graduate study and research in hydraulic and environmental engineering. The Fellowship is supported by the John B. Hawley Memorial Fund, which was initiated within ASCE Texas Section by S.W. Freese and M.C. Nichols to honor a leading engineer in the early days of Texas.
A stipend of $5,000 associated with the Fellowship shall be considered as a gift to the recipient. The recipient shall be a member of ASCE Texas Section at the time of application and the study should preferably be done in Texas. Other obligations include filing brief reports with the trustees and making the most of the opportunity.
The application deadline for 2019 has been extended to May 10, 2019.
- note, guests can access the application by using the password “hawley2019”
- the application instructions will direct you on how to create and account and upload your application to the server