EWRI Chapters foster and promote local activities in the environmental and water resources areas through the ASCE network. 10% of EWRI non-student members participate in EWRI committees and activities, EWRI Chapters provide an important link to regional and local professionals. EWRI Chapters and technical groups can also provide a valuable forum for regional technical issues relating to public policy.
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Work with students in your university and make a difference
The Student Council of EWRI is calling for applications from students and faculty members (who work in areas relevant to the EWRI mission) that want to form new EWRI student chapters across US, or that want to support existing EWRI chapters.
This is a great opportunity for students and faculty to receive financial support and focus on developing students' professional skills, while working on the development of local, regional and national networks with the environmental and water resources community.
Students interested in applying to the student chapter funding need to be members of EWRI. EWRI offers student competitions, career planning sessions, and other opportunities for growth. Full-time students can jump-start their careers with EWRI at no cost. Students must submit official proof of full-time student status from their educational institution. Student Membership: $0
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The EWRI-Student Council reviews the applications and announces the results within 30 days after receiving the application.
Proposed Budget and Budget Description Example for New Chapters (link)
What is the maximum amount our group can request?
The selected new student chapter will be awarded up to $1500 and the existing chapter will be awarded up to $750 for the following academic year.
Can we form an undergraduate chapter?
Yes, you can if your institute does not have an ASCE-Undergraduate chapter. If you already have an ASCE-undergraduate chapter, you can apply for a EWRI-graduate student chapter. Undergraduate students can attend the graduate chapters' events and become a member. If you need help to reach out to graduate students at your institute, please let us know, we will be happy to connect you.
Meet an Existing EWRI Student Chapter
Check out what our student chapters have to say!
The Local Activities Councils fosters and promotes local activities in the environmental and water resources areas through the ASCE network.
Low Impact Development (LID) Conference
August 12–15, 2018
International Sponge City Conference
September 8–10, 2018
International Perspectives on Water and the Environment
December 4–7, 2018
EWRI Congress 2019
May 19–23, 2019
Abstract Submission Deadline: September 10, 2018.
Submit Your Abstracts
To form a chapter, please complete the
Memorandum of Understanding. Email the completed form to
If you have any additional questions regarding the Section & Branch Council and its activities, please contact EWRI.