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The Hutchins Water Center at CMU is pleased to announce its 2021 Summer Student Research Grant. Funding is available for two summer student projects with CMU faculty advisors. Applicants must be  current CMU students and projects must be sponsored by a CMU faculty member. 

Submission deadline is April 30, 2021 (this is an extension - docs below still have the earlier date).

 

Reports from Past Awards

Using Waste-Based Biochar to Address the Selenium Issue in Western Colorado’s Water: Final Report, by Blake Shewmon, with faculty advisor Dr. Freddy Witarsa, Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences, Colorado Mesa University, December 2020. 

Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Snowmelt and Snow Persistence on the Grand Mesa, by Meghan Cline, Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences, Colorado Mesa University and Joel Sholtes, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Colorado Mesa University, January 31, 2020. Summary article here

An Investigation of the Selenium Concentration in Thenardite Efflorescences on Mancos Shale, Western Colorado, by Rachael C. Lohse & William C. Hood, Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences, Colorado Mesa University, May 24, 2018