An EWRI Fellow is someone who is recognized by the field, and their peers, as a leader in water resources and/or environmental engineering.
Benefits of becoming an EWRI Fellow include:
- Recognition as a leader in the water resources, environmental, engineering, and sciences professions
- EWRI Fellows receive a distinctive certificate marking the achievement, as well as a EWRI Fellow lapel pin
- Recognition on the EWRI website and in the EWRI Currents Newsletter
- Fellows are honored with the F.EWRI credential
To be eligible for advancement to the grade of Fellow, an EWRI member must:
- Have been a dues paying member of EWRI for 10 or more years.
- Have demonstrated accomplishments that have contributed significantly to the advancement or application of water resources or environmental engineering, science, and technology;
- Have mentored or provided other service to students or junior engineers/scientists, or provided significant public outreach to advance the education, understanding, and advancement of engineering and science related to the EWRI mission.
- Have been actively involved with EWRI through committee participation, conferences, or journals.
Don't miss your chance to join this elite EWRI club, and make good use of your long-term involvement with the Institute.