InFEWS (Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy, and Water Systems) supports a new generation of students working at the critical juncture of food, energy, and water. These students will master the interdisciplinary skills needed to create actionable and impactful research that is transferable from the lab to the field at scale and to ultimately make real lives better. InFEWS supports students doing interdisciplinary work, with projects ranging from capturing and reusing nutrients and water in organic waste products, development of small-scale water and energy technologies necessary for the agricultural sector, and developing infrastructures and lifecycle methodologies to collect integrated information and data on food, energy, and water systems. See the InFEWS website for more information on the program and application instructions. To be considered for additional tuition/fees and stipend funding, application materials are due February 11, 2019, 5:00 p.m. PST.