Friday, October 4, 2019

Water-Wastewater student scholarship.

2020 WWID Michael Fedenyszen* Memorial Scholarship.

The ISA water/wastewater division (WWID) has announced the 2020 ISA WWID Student Scholarship Program. Students can apply by filling out the application form and attaching a 200-word essay on why they should win, a copy of their academic transcript and confirmation of enrollment.

The Division will award up to $2000 (ca €1820)of scholarship money to encourage WWID members and their sons/daughters to pursue higher education. In addition, winners will receive a complementary 2 year student ISA membership.

Deadline: 
Applications are due by postal mail or email by January 31, 2020.

Winners will be notified by February 28, 2020 via telephone and email, and will be required to provide a photo and short biography that can be used for publicity reasons.

Scholarship money will be distributed by cheque and mailed after the winner is contacted and has supplied the required photo/bio. Scholarships will be awarded at the sole discretion of the WWID scholarship committee, with preference being given to students enrolled in technical programs that lead to careers in the water/wastewater sector.


Download and view the student scholarship application form.


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*Michael Fedenyszen
Michael Fedenyszen was an ISA member from 1977 to his early death in 2017. He was active with the Boston Section Executive Board since 1990 elected and appointed to many leadership positions there including Section President.
The late Michael Fedenyszen
In the the ISA district covering New England (USA), Michael held positions of District Vice President where he was Vice-chair of the Council of DVP’s as well,as other organisational positions.
He was a Director of the WWID where he served as Facilitator, H&A Chairman and Symposium Awards Chairman. He also was active in the ISA Publications Department serving on the InTech, Editorial Advisory Board, and as Director of Books. Michael was also a member of the Standards & Practices committee S&P105.
While WWID Division Director in 2010 he promoted the division scholarship program and advanced the first WWID Scholarship, and on behalf of the WWID received the societies Industry & Science Department Most Improved Division Award.
He was a recipient of the ISA Distinguished Society Service Award.

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