TWRI is calling for proposals for students conducting water resources research

The 2023-2024 TWRI Mills Scholars Program request for proposals is now open to students at Texas A&M University, Texas A&M at Galveston and Texas A&M at Qatar. This program is funded through the W.G. Mills Memorial Endowment. Proposals are due by March 20, 2023.

TWRI anticipates funding 4 graduate research projects of up to $7,500 each in the area of water resources and hydrology that have the potential to help Texas solve future water problems.

FY2023 USGS Water Resources Requests for Proposals Announced

The Texas Water Resources Institute (TWRI) announces the release of the three Request for Proposals through the Water Resources Research Act Program Competitive Grants Program by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the National Institutes for Water Resources.  

The three programs for FY2023 are National Competitive Grants Program (also known as 104g)Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Competitive Grants Program, and the Per-And Polyflouroalkyl (PFAS) Substances Competitive Grants Program.

Proposals in PDF format must be emailed to the TWRI Associate Director Lucas Gregory, Ph.D., at and TWRI Assistant Director Danielle Kalisek at by 5 p.m., April 17, 2023, to allow adequate time for TWRI to upload them into and submit by the April 27 deadline.

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