THE LINK FOUNDATION IS PROUD of its record of supporting doctoral fellowships in these areas of endeavor pursued by Edwin A. Link and also supporting educational institutions in the communities where its founders, Edwin and Marion Link lived. Since its inception, the Link Foundation has provided nearly $15 Million in grants to support worthy programs consistent with its mission. With your support the Link Foundation will expand its grants program to advance knowledge in these important fields for the betterment of humankind.
The Link Foundation supports programs to foster the theoretical basis, practical knowledge, and application of energy, simulation, and ocean engineering and instrumentation research, and to disseminate the results of that research through lectures, seminars and publications.
Attention former Link Foundation Fellows: It is wonderful to hear from our Link Fellows and to learn more about your research and about how the Link Foundation Fellowship has made a difference in your research, your life, and your career. Your story infuses life into our mission and we would be honored to feature you in our electronic Newsletter. Please let us know where you are and what you are doing. We would love to hear from you!
The doctoral student fellowships are awarded by a national competition in the following programs:
The Perry-Link Deep Diver was the world's first pressurized diver lockout small submersible.
A Link Simulator
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