American Membrane Technology Association awards 2015 ADC Fellowships

The American Membrane Technology Association recently announced that three students have been awarded the ADC Fellowship Awards for 2015.

June 25, 2015 -- The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) recently announced that three students have been awarded the ADC Fellowship Awards for 2015.

In 2011, the Affordable Desalination Collaboration (ADC) established a fund to provide financial support to students involved in membrane research and directed the AMTA to distribute those monies in the form of Fellowships.

AMTA received a number of highly qualified submittals in June 2015, and after committee review, the following graduate students were chosen to receive part of the $10,000 allocated for this annual award:

  • Samantha Jeffery, University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL)
  • Sarah Dischinger, University of Colorado (Boulder, CO)
  • Paula Monaco, Texas Tech University (Lubbock, TX)

Each of the recipients will attend the 2016 Membrane Technology Conference (MTC) and Exposition, to be held in San Antonio, Texas, on Feb. 1-4, and personally present their work as a paper or poster presentation. The award monies are intended to support their research and to provide financial assistance for travel expenses related to the MTC attendance.

See also:

"AMTA appoints two new director emeritus members to board"

"AMTA partners with WEF, WateReuse to promote membrane technologies"

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