Four Water Resources Funding Opportunities announced
USGS has released its FY22 requests for proposals for the Water Resources Annual Institute Program (WRIP), and for the national competitive grant programs for the 104g General Program, Aquatic Invasive Species, and PFAS
USGS publishes Water Resources Research Act Program Priorites
Find out the current status, development opportunities, and priorities for 2020-30 of the USGS Water Resources Research Act Program
Make sure water in your pipes is fresh
During the COVID-19 pandemic, some buildings have little or no water running through the pipes, which can results in problems. MassDEP has issued guidance regarding the issue of stagnant water in buildings.
USGS 104g RFP for Water Resources Research Open
The FY2020 National Competitive Grants (104g) RFP for Water Resources Research has been posted on the USGS WRRA web site (https://water.usgs.gov/wrri/index.php).
2020 National Water Center Innovators Program: Summer Institute Applications are Open!
The Summer Institute is a unique program which brings together graduate students, academic researchers, and National Water Center staff to work on projects designed to improve water-related products and decision-supported services.
WRIP RFP released for FY20
The Massachusetts Water Resources Research Center invites research proposals for the U.S. Geological Survey’s Annual Water Resources Institute Program for Fiscal Year 2020.
USGS Water Resources Annual Institute Program RFP Open
The Massachusetts Water Resources Research Center (MA WRRC) invites research proposals for the U.S. Geological Survey's Water Resources Annual Institute Program for Fiscal Year 2019.
Please go to https://wrrc.umass.edu/research/funding-opportunities for details
Fishing for Answers on the Blackstone
A bit of refreshing comic relief on a hot summer day
Massachusetts PI awarded USGS 104(g) grant
Smith College Assistant Professor of Engineering Niveen Ismail received a $248,201NIWR/USGS National Competitive Grant through the Mass. Water Resources Research Center.
Abstract Submission Open for North East Graduate Student Water Symposium
Abstract submission is open for the 2018 New England Graduate Student Water Symposium at the University of Massachusetts Amherst