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October 13

Future Rivers Graduate Trainee Program Information Session

Future Rivers is a National Science Foundation Research Traineeship graduate program that prepares students to be fluent in 21st century data science approaches and to understand interactions among and within food, water, and energy sectors in order to advance environmental sustainability.

Program Director Dr. Gordon Holtgrieve and Program Manager Athena Bertolino will present details on the Future Rivers program and answer questions. The team invites any interested students, faculty, or advisors to join them virtually. The online session will be recorded and distributed to registrants who are unable to attend live.

When: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 | 12:00 PM Pacific Time

Register Here

The application for 2021/22 will open in November, with acceptance and funding decisions made in early 2021. Applications are open to both Masters and PhD – prospective or current – University of Washington students in any graduate degree program on campus.