University of California, Berkeley (UCB) 2022 Bay Area Water Quality Fellowship

Water quality issues that affect the San Francisco Bay.  It is intended to support scientific research in the following topics:

  1. the exposure or effect, if any, of organisms within the San Francisco Bay estuary to selenium, metals, and/or organic chemicals through food chain transfer
  2. the degree, if any, to which sediments are a source of exposure for organisms within the San Francisco Bay estuary to selenium, metals, and/or organic chemicals
  3. other research that involves the effect of pollution on the San Francisco Bay estuary and/or its ecosystem.

Aim and Benefits of University of California, Berkeley (UCB) Masters Scholarship

  • The recipients of the Bay Area Water Quality Fellowship 2022 will get a stipend of up to $16,000 in stipend plus in-state fees for the Fall 2022 semester.

Requirements for University of California, Berkeley (UCB) Masters Scholarship Qualification

  • The University of California, Berkeley is offering Bay Area Water Quality Fellowships to graduate students.
  • The candidates applying for Bay Area Water Quality Fellowship 2022 should be studying fields related to water quality issues affecting the San Francisco Bay.
  • The studies should support research on the topics of the exposure or effect of organisms within the San Francisco Bay estuary to selenium, metals, and/or organic chemicals through food chain transfer, the degree, to which sediments are a source of exposure for organisms within the San Francisco Bay estuary to selenium, metals, and/or organic chemicals, or other research proposed by the University that involves the effect of pollution on the San Francisco Bay estuary and/or its ecosystem.
  • The applicants for the Bay Area Water Quality Fellowship 2022 should be graduate students.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified? Go to University of California on auth.berkeley.edu to apply

To start a new application or log into your current application, please use the following link. You will be asked to authenticate with your CalNet ID.
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