Research grant aim: State's water needs
Applications are being accepted for preliminary research project proposals that address "critical water needs in Arkansas," the Arkansas Water Resources Center announced this week.
Any Arkansas college or university faculty member or affiliate can apply for the research grant, according to the announcement. Students with a faculty adviser can apply for smaller grants supplementing current research.
Federal employees may not apply as the principal researcher, only in collaboration with faculty as a "co-investigator," the announcement said.
The center, housed at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, will provide the funds via the U.S. Geological Survey's 104B Grant Program, and funding for research projects is contingent on the amount received by USGS.
The center expects to fund faculty up to $25,000 and students up to $10,000.
Interested people can find out more at https://arkansas-water-center.uark.edu/research/104b.php.
NW News on 06/17/2019
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