|UGA Internal Funding Opportunities|
|UGA Alumni Association Study Abroad Fellowship||Varies||SPRING -- Oct. 2014; FALL -- April 2015||Only for UGA undergraduates attending a semester/full-year UGA-sponsored study abroad or exchange program. 3.0 minimum GPA. Have at least 1 semester remaining at UGA after program. Fall and Spring deadlines each year.||Undergraduate||http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_scholarship_general.htm|
|OIE International Education Fellowship||Varies||SPRING -- Oct. 2014; FALL -- April 2015||Only for UGA undergraduates attending a semester/full-year UGA-sponsored study abroad or exchange program. 3.0 minimum GPA. Fall and Spring deadlines each year.||Undergraduate||http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_scholarship_general.htm|
|Ideas for Creative Exploration||Maximum of $2,500||October 2014||ICE encourages proposals that include collaboration between faculty and students from more than one academic department. A full-time faculty member or full-time student must be the lead.||Faculty and students||http://ideasforcreativeexploration.com/?page_id=1015|
|UGA Office of Sustainability Grants||Up to $5,000||The Fall semester deadline is TBA||The UGA Campus Sustainability Grant Program provides funding for competitive, student-proposed projects and initiatives designed to advance campus sustainability through education, research, service, and operations.||All full-time UGA Students||http://www.sustainability.uga.edu/index.php?/site/about/campus_sustainability_grant_program/|
|FY15 Provost Travel Funds||Varies (preference for applications with matching fuds)||Rolling deadline||These funds are intended for faculty that are invited to present papers or serve on panels at key academic conferences, but have minimal state or grant funded travel support.||Faculty||http://provost.uga.edu/documents/Travel_Funds_Memo_4_28_11.pdf|
|Michael & Mary Adams Study Abroad Scholarship||Minimum of $500||Spring, Summer and Fall 2014 Deadline: October 2014||Min. $500 scholarship for UGA undergraduates attending a UGA sponsored study abroad or exchange program. 3.0 minimum GPA required, demonstrated financial need, and must not have previously studied abroad for academic credit at the university level. Preference given for academic merit and financial need.||Undergraduate||http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_scholarship_general.htm|
|Elizabeth Suzanne Schaefer Scholarship||Varies||October 2014||Only for UGA undergraduates attending External or UGA-sponsored study abroad or exchange program. 3.0 minimum GPA. Once a year deadline in Fall.||Undergraduate||http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_scholarship_general.htm|
|Katherine John Murphy Scholarship||Varies||March 2015||Only for UGA undergraduates attending a UGA-sponsored study abroad or exchange program. 3.3 minimum GPA, demonstrated financial need required. Once a year deadline in Spring.||Undergraduate||http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_scholarship_general.htm|
|IEW (International Education Week) Study Abroad Scholarship||Varies||March 2015||Only for UGA undergraduates attending a UGA-sponsored study abroad or exchange program. 3.3 minimum GPA. Once a year deadline in Spring.||Undergraduate||http://www.uga.edu/oie/sa_scholarship_general.htm|
|Graduate School Student Travel Funding||Varies||June 15, Sept. 15, Dec. 15 and March 15 annually||A student receiving an invitation to present a paper at a professional meeting within the Continental United States may submit a travel request through the department to the Graduate School. All requests from the department should be submitted at the same time according to the schedule at the included link.||Graduate||http://www.uga.edu/gradschool/financial/travel.html|
|Honours International Scholars Program||Up to $5,000||November 2014||The Honors International Scholars Program (HISP) supports second- and third-year Honors students engaging in overseas opportunities by providing 30-40 scholarships per year, ranging from $2500 to $5000. Students have used HISP funding to participate in traditional university-sponsored study abroad programs, university-to-university exchanges, intensive language-training institutes, internships, and public service projects. HISP awards are merit-based, taking into account GPA, quality of essays, and fit of the program to the student’s academic and professional goals. The amount of each award depends upon program costs, financial need, and funds available. The majority of awards are earmarked for travel to Asia, Latin America, and Africa. A limited number of awards, however, can be granted for travel elsewhere, especially to students traveling abroad for the first time or demonstrate significant financial need. For some awards, preference is given to Terry College majors.||Undergraduate||http://www.uga.edu/honors/c_s/scholarships/int/internal.html|
|Mid-Term Foundation Fellows||Stipend that helps cover the full estimated annual cost of attendance, plus special grants for travel-study and research.||December 2014||The Foundation Fellowship is UGA's most prestigious undergraduate scholarship program. It provides a stipend that helps cover the full estimated annual cost of attendance, plus special grants for travel-study and research. Foundation Fellows also have the opportunity to participate in a variety of additional enrichment activities, such as seminars with UGA and visiting faculty. Every year, two to four Mid-Term Fellowships are awarded to UGA Honors students who have a minimum 3.85 cumulative GPA and two years of study remaining at UGA. Mid-Term Fellowship applications are available in September and are due in December for the upcoming academic year.||Undergraduate||http://www.uga.edu/honors/c_s/scholarships/int/internal.html|
|Ash Service Award||$1,000||April 2015||Katherine and Darren Ash established the Ash Service Award to help cultivate and support a culture of community service within the UGA Honors Program. Awards go to fourth-year Honors students who have demonstrated a serious and sustained commitment to service—whether it be service to the campus community, the Athens community, or the national/international community.||Undergraduate (rising 4th year honour students)||http://www.uga.edu/honors/c_s/scholarships/int/internal.html|
|Crane Leadership Scholars||$1,000||August 2015||This program is jointly administered by the Honors Program and the Center for Leadership and Service and awards up to ten $1,000 scholarships to third-year Honors students with exemplary leadership records on campus and/or in the local community. The scholarship is renewable in a recipient's fourth year, subject to a 3.7 minimum cumulative GPA. Application forms will be available from the Honors Program at the beginning of the fall term. If you have any questions regarding the Crane Leadership Scholarship, please contact the Scholarships Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org).||Undergraduate (third year honour students)||http://www.uga.edu/honors/c_s/scholarships/int/internal.html|
|PADI Foundation||Consider proposals with budgets up to $20,000 although the average for proposals will be on the order of $5,000 to $10,000||Beginning November 1, 2014 and no later than January 31, 2015||The PADI Foundation encourages and supports underwater science, environmental projects, and education. The Foundation will fund and assist worthwhile projects that will enrich mankind's understanding of the aquatic environment and encourage sensitivity to and protection of the delicate ecological balance of underwater life.||All students and faculty||http://www.padifoundation.org/Hyperlinks/Application.htm|
|Georgia Museum of Natural History - Joshua Laerm Academic Support Award for Graduate and Undergraduate Research||$500 funding cap||Faculty nomination deadline for both undergraduate and graduate nominations - October 14, 2014||The GMoNH offers financial awards through the Joshua Laerm Academic Support Fund for the purpose of supporting undergraduate and graduate research in natural history. Studies that may be supported include but are not limited to: archaeology, behavioral biology, ecology, ethnobiology, evolutionary biology, geology, paleontology, etc. Requests may be for supplies, equipment, publishing, travel, or other costs associated with field of collection-oriented research and disseminating the results. See link provided for more details.||Graduate and Undergraduate||http://naturalhistory.uga.edu|
|External Funding Opportunities|
|Young Explorers Grant Program||Average award of $1,500 (some as high as $5,000)||November 1, 2014||To be eligible you must be a rising fourth-year Honors student at the time of application. Award recipients are recognized and asked to serve as community service leaders throughout their senior year, beginning with the Honors Program Convocation in August and culminating with the Honors Program Banquet in April, when the awardees are given a $1,000 stipend.||Undergraduate||http://www.explorers.org/index.php/expeditions/funding/expedition_grants|
|Bat Research Scholarship Program||Up to $5,000||December 15, 2014||Support student research that leads to new understanding and efforts to conserve bat populations and the ecosystems they serve.||All students||http://www.batcon.org/index.php/what-we-do/grants/student-research-scholarships.html|
|Udall Foundation Dissertation Fellowship||Two one year fellowships of up to $24,000||February 24, 2015||The Udall Foundation awards two one-year fellowships of up to $24,000 to doctoral candidates whose research concerns U.S. environmental public policy and/or environmental conflict resolution and who are entering their final year of writing the dissertation. Dissertation Fellowships are intended to cover both academic and living expenses from through .||PhD only||http://www.udall.gov/OurPrograms/ECRFellowship/ECRFellowship.aspx|
|Udall Foundation Scholarship||80 awards up to $5,000||March 2, 2015||The Udall Foundation seeks future leaders across a wide spectrum of environmental fields, including policy, engineering, science, education, urban planning and renewal, business, health, justice, and economics.||Undergraduate||http://www.udall.gov/OurPrograms/MKUScholarship/MKUScholarship.aspx|
|Turtle Conservation Fund: Turtle Research and Conservation||Grants are to organizations and individuals, especially in developing countries. Most grants are US$2,000 to US$5,000.||May 1 and November 1 annually||The Turtle Conservation Fund is a consortium of conservation organizations and individuals focusing on the long-term survival of tortoises and freshwater turtles. The Fund makes grants for projects on tortoises and freshwater turtles that are threatened (IUCN’s Red List).||All students and faculty||http://www.turtleconservationfund.org/|
|The M.K. Pentecost Ecology Fund||Up to $5,000||April 1 annually||The Fund was established by Mr. M.K. Pentecost, Jr. for "the presbytery's ministry of environmental justice and ecological stewardship of natural resources including marine and wild life. The funds are to be used for promoting the support of conservation efforts, education, and studies in key environmental issues of endangered ecosystems and ecological projects which are approved by the presbytery." The mission of the M.K. Pentecost Ecology Fund Committee of Savannah Presbytery is to promote and support ecological stewardship of natural resources.||Undergraduate and Graduate students||http://3901.webmedley2.com/EventsPrograms/MKPentecostEcologyFundGrant/tabid/37457/Default.aspx|
|Diversity Abroad Network Scholarship||$500||April 13, 2015||Diversity Network, in partnership with STA Travel, offers $750 summer travel scholarships to offset the cost of travel to study abroad host country. Economically disadvantaged students, community college, African-American/Black, Asian, Hispanic/Latino, Multiracial/ethnic or Indigenous/Native-American and first generation undergraduate students are strongly encouraged to apply. UGA is a Diversity Network Institution. Students must have a 3.0 GPA and be willing to share their experiences abroad with the DiversityAbroad.com community via blogs (at least once a week), article submission (one or two article required depending on length of study abroad program) and participate in the DiversityAbroad.com Discussion Boards.||Undergraduate||http://www.diversitynetwork.org/scholarships|
|Fall 2014 EPA Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) Fellowships for Undergraduate Environmental Study||The fellowship provides up to $19,700 per academic year of support and $9,500 of support for a three-month summer internship.||December 12, 2014||The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of its Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) Fellowships program, is offering Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) undergraduate fellowships for bachelor level students in environmental fields of study. The deadline for receipt of applications is December 12, 2011 4:00 PM ET for receipt of paper applications, and December 12, 2011, at 11:59:59 PM ET for submittal of electronic applications to Grants.gov. Subject to availability of funding, and other applicable considerations, the Agency plans to award approximately 40 new fellowships by July 30, 2012. Eligible students will receive support for their junior and senior years of undergraduate study and for an internship at an EPA facility during the summer of their junior year.||Undergraduate||http://www.epa.gov/ncer/rfa/2012/2012_gro_undergrad.html|
|The American Philosophical Society - The Lewis and Clark Fund for Exploration||Up to $5,000||February 1, 2015||The Lewis and Clark Fund encourages field studies for the collection of specimens and data and to provide the imaginative stimulus that accompanies direct observation. Applications are invited from disciplines with a large dependence on field studies, such as archeology, biology, ecology, geography, geology, linguistics, paleontology, and population genetics, but grants will not be restricted to these fields.||Doctoral students only||www.amphilsoc.org/grants/lewisandclark|
|Ecological Society of America - Modelling Complex Ecological Dynamics Award||Up to $730||July 31, 2015||The MCED editors together with Springer Publishing House invite young ecologists who: 1. analyze ecological phenomena using ecological modeling approaches in an innovative way. 2. apply new modelling methods and techniques and thereby contribute to applied or theoretical ecology. 3. use modelling frameworks to bridge the gap between basic science and application enhance the understanding of complex ecological processes and dynamics.||Young modelers can apply, who finished their bachelor, masters, or PhD degree within the last 3 years.||http://www.mced-ecology.org/?page_id=197 .|
|Toyota Together Green Innovation Grants||Up to $50,000||April 2015||The TogetherGreen Innovation Grants Program supports creative, ambitious conservation partnerships that engage diverse communities and find innovative solutions to environmental challenges.||Open to all (must be in collaboration with local audobon society)||http://www.togethergreen.org/Grants/Default.aspx|
|Toyota Together Green Fellowship Program||Each TogetherGreen Fellow will receive professional development opportunities, a $10,000 grant to help support an innovative Conservation Action Project, and an opportunity to network with a cadre of committed leaders.||April 2015||TogetherGreen is a major conservation initiative of Audubon, supported by a generous gift from Toyota. The goals of the program are to nurture conservation leadership, achieve conservation results, and engage millions of Americans in conservation action. Since 2008, TogetherGreen has supported a series of national conservation initiatives, including the Conservation Leadership Program, that support these goals and the underlying notion that everyone can make a difference.The TogetherGreen Conservation Leadership Program invests in promising and proven leaders who are committed to empowering others and to creating positive environmental change in their communities and organizations. Each TogetherGreen Fellow will receive professional development opportunities, a $10,000 grant to help support an innovative Conservation Action Project, and an opportunity to network with a cadre of committed leaders.||http://www.togethergreen.org/Fellows/Default.aspx|
|The Rufford Small Grants Foundation||The Rufford Small Grants Foundation provides a staged funding process with five|
different types of grant. In sequence, these are:
• Rufford Small Grant (up to £6,000).
• 2nd Rufford Small Grant (up to £6,000).
• Booster Grant (up to £12,000).
• Continuation Grant (up to £25,000).
• Completion Grant (up to £25,000).
|You can only apply for funding once in any 12-month period.||The Rufford Small Grants Foundation provides funding for small nature/biodiversity conservation projects |
and pilot programmes in developing countries.
|Preference for those pursuing a masters degree||http://apply.ruffordsmallgrants.org/|
|Boyd N. Lyon Scholarship||$2,500||March 15, 2015||Applications are invited from Masters and PhD. level students that work and/or research in an area consistent with the Boyd Lyon Sea Turtle Fundʼs mission to support field research projects that further our knowledge of sea turtle behavior and habitat use in the marine environment, as well as those projects that promote their management and conservation in coastal ecosystems. Applications to be considered must address questions from a wide range of fields in sea turtle research and conservation including, but not limited to, life history studies, oceanography, marine affairs, environmental sciences, public policy, community planning and natural resources.||Masters and PhD students||http://www.oceanfdn.org/userfiles/files/BLSTF%20Scholarship%20App%202012.pdf|