Mendenhall Research Fellowship Program

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In Fiscal Year 2001, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) started a new postdoctoral research program called the Mendenhall Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program (now the Mendenhall Research Fellowship Program) in honor of Walter C. Mendenhall (1871-1957), the fifth Director of the USGS. The Program provides Fellows research experiences that enhance their scientific stature and credentials.

Walter C. Mendenhall

Walter C. Mendenhall

Walter C. Mendenhall joined the USGS in 1894 where he mapped Appalachian coal fields, did pioneering work on the geology of Alaska, and became one of the first ground water specialists in the Water Resources Branch in 1903.

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Research Opportunities

Our annual cycle of opportunities are NOW OPEN! Individual opportunities are also advertised throughout the year, so check back often to look for open positions!

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