|National Geographic Early Career Grant|
National Geographic Society
|April 1, July 1||$5,000||Field research and exploration|
Replacement for YEG. Must be first opportunity to lead a project.
|Kate A Barlow Award||Bat Conservation Trust||October||£4,500||Bat conservation||Bat conservation anywhere in world|
|Lewis and Clark Fund|
American Philosophical Society
|November||$5,000||Fieldwork and exploration|
Travel and related project expenses, including personal equipment.
|Centennial Pollinator Fellowship||Garden Club of America||February 6||$4,000||Causes of pollinator decline|
rovides funding to a current graduate student to study the causes of pollinator decline, in particular bees, bats, butterflies and moths, which could lead to potential solutions for their conservation and sustainability.
|American Society of Mammologists Grants-in-Aid|
American Society of Mammologists
support of field or laboratory work in any area of mammalogy, or for the purchase of supplies and small items of equipment related to such research
|Disney Conservation Fund||The Walt Disney Company||March||$25,000||Conservation|
The fund supports the study of wildlife; the protection of habitats; the development of community conservation and education programs in critical ecosystems; and experiences that connect kids to nature across the globe. Graduate students can not directly apply but can be included in a Ph.D. level faculty project that is part of an established program or a new initiative that establishes objectives for a long term conservation impact. Requires pre-application due in November
|AZA Conservation Grant Fund|
Association of Zoos and Aquariums
Conservation-related projects in 1) animal health; 2) animal welfare; 3)Conservation education; 4) field conservation; 5) management and captive breeding; 6) research. Graduate students will have better success if listed as co-PI with their adviser.
|Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid-of-Research|
The Scientific Research Society
|March 15 / Oct 1||$1,000||Science||$25|
Students use the funding to pay for travel expenses to and from a research site, or for purchase of non-standard laboratory equipment necessary to complete a specific research project. - See more at: https://www.sigmaxi.org/programs/grants-in-aid#sthash.7IMbTqR6.dpuf
Montana Institute on Ecosystems MSU Graduate Enchancement Award
Montana Institute on Ecosystems
Grant for MSU students in environmental sciences or related fields who need specific assistance for summer research, travel, publication support, etc. or who would like to convene a meeting, conference, or special project. Adviser must be part of the IOE. Announced in early spring.
|ABS Conservation Grants||Australasian Bat Society||April 29||AUD 1500||Conservation of bats in Australasia||$30|
|ASM Fellowship in Mammology|
American Society of Mammologists
|May 1||$10,000 (varies)||Mammology||$25|
A single graduate fellowship in mammalogy is provided annually by the Board of Directors of ASM at the recommendation of the Grants-in-Aid Committee. The amount of the award for the academic year 2010-2011 has been set at $10,000. The fellowship is intended to recognize current accomplishments in mammalogy, service to ASM, and the potential for a productive, future role in professional mammalogy. Applicants may be any graduate student member of ASM enrolled at a college or university for at least the fall semester of the forthcoming academic year and be engaged in research in mammalogy. Look here to see materials necessary to apply for this fellowship. Applications are due 1 May.
|Albert R. & Alma Shadle Fellowship in Mammology|
American Society of Mammologists
|May 1||$4,500 (varies)||Mammology||$25|
A single graduate fellowship in mammalogy is provided annually by the Albert R. and Alma Shadle Endowment Fund. The award is made by the Buffalo Foundation at the recommendation of the Grants-in-Aid Committee of ASM. Generally, the award is approximately $4,000. The fellowship is intended to promote a professional career in mammalogy by allowing the recipient greater freedom to pursue research, but is not a grant in support of a specific research project. Applicants must be enrolled as graduate students in a college or university in the United States for the forthcoming academic year and be engaged in research in any area of mammalogy. Look here to see materials necessary to apply for this fellowship. Applications are due 1 May.
|Riverbanks Zoo & Garden Conservation Support Fund|
Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Garden
|June 1 / Dec 1||$5,000||Conservation|
To provide financial assistance for conservation-oriented projects/programs that promote preservation of the Earth’s biodiversity. Riverbanks encourages the submission of projects that have the potential for broad-based conservation and/or management impact in the following areas (not in order of priority): Field conservation initiatives (in situ); Habitat management and preservation; Zoo and aquarium-based programs for the scientifically managed breeding of endangered and threatened wildlife (ex-situ); Conservation education initiatives; Projects designed to enhance animal welfare; Projects that identify, assess and/or treat medical conditions affecting animals in the wild and/or managed captive environments.
|Sophie Danforth Conservation Bio Fund||Roger Williams Park Zoo||June 1||$1,000||Biodiversity & ecosystem conservation|
Field studies and other projects that demonstrate a multi-disciplinary approach to biodiversity and ecosystem conservation and projects that involve in-country collaborators receive the highest funding priority. Environmental education programs, development of techniques that can be used in a natural environment, and captive propagation programs that stress an integrative approach to conservation are also appropriate. Projects must directly affect biological conservation.To be eligible, must be
|Earthwatch grants||Earthwatch||June 12||varies||Citizen science for research on environmental sustainability|
We issue annual requests for proposals (RFPs) in the spring of each year. We work with principal investigators (PIs) to develop successful projects over an 18 month period prior to initiation of the field aspect of the project. For further information regarding the proposal timeline, please contact the Earthwatch Research Department at email@example.com. Requires submission of pre-proposal
|Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund|
Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund
|Feb / June / Oct||$25,000||Species conservation|
The Fund will consider grants for the conservation of any threatened or poorly known animal, plant or fungus species. The Fund is primarily interested in in situ species conservation work, but will consider applications for an ex situ project where it is demonstrated to be critical to the survival of the species concerned. Low success rate (9% funded applications)
|Explorer's Club Student Grants||The Explorer's Club||October||$500-$5000||Field research and exploration|
Supports field reseearch proposals in a wide array of "environmental" disciplines, ranging from climate change, geosciences, water sciences, wildlife, conservation, plants, anthropology
|Morris Animal Foundation Grant||Morris Animal Foundation||November||varies||Animal health|
Grant proposals are accepted for small companion animals (dogs and cats), large companion animals (horses and llamas/alpacas) and wildlife, focusing on health issues. PhD students are eligible if they hold a DVM. Otherwise open to PhD/DVM post-docs or established PIs.
|ABS Student and Devloping Nations Research Grants||Animal Behavior Society||Late Fall||$2,000||Animal behavior||$25|
Sub-wards given for best proposal, cetacean behavior and conservation, clinical animal behavior, and integration of conservation and animal behavior.
|IDEA WILD||IDEA WILD||Rolling||Provides supplies||Fieldwork supply for biodiversity research|
IDEA WILD seeks to minimize the loss of biodiversity by empowering people on the front lines of conservation by awarding small equipment grants to conservation professionals around the world. These equipment grants advance biological research, conservation education, community outreach, conservation management, field training, and professional development in areas where it is needed most. By empowering both aspiring and veteran conservation professionals, IDEA WILD has been instrumental in establishing new protected areas, reversing the decline of species through innovative management plans, restoring damaged and critical habitat, and improving how local communities support and sustain their immediate natural resources.
Student Research Scholarships for Global Bat Conservation Priorities
Bat conservation international
|December 7||$1000-$5000||Bat research & conservation|
Open to graduate and undergraduate students; additional awards given for best proposals from women from developing countries, best conservation proposal, and best education / community advocacy; often focuses on specific geographic locations; topic changes every ~6 months
|American Geographical Society Fellowship|
American Geographical Society
|November||$1,500||Geography, especially fieldwork||$55|
|Christine Stevens Wildlife Award||Animal Welfare Institute||contact||$10,000||wildlife study & wildlife conflict|
created to stimulate and support efforts to devise new, nonlethal techniques and strategies and test existing products for the purpose of humanely remedying wildlife conflicts and to improve methods of wildlife study
|Culberson & Hale grant for field research in lichenology|
American Bryological and Lichenological Society (ABLS)
Fieldwork may focus on any area of lichenological, including systematics, evolution, genetics, physiology or ecology
|Anderson & Crum grant for field research in Bryology|
American Bryological and Lichenological Society (ABLS)
Proposed fieldwork may focus on any area of bryological research including systematics, evolution, genetics, physiology, or ecology.
|CUASHI Pathfinder fellowship|
CUAHSI Universities Allied for Water Research
Graduate training in water science often focuses on a single field site, analytical, or modeling approach. The CUAHSI Pathfinder Fellowship program provides travel funds to graduate students in water science to make an extended trip to conduct and enhance their research. Fellowships are awarded to cover travel costs up to a maximum of $5000.This opportunity allows students to travel to an additional field site to conduct comparative research, collaborate with a research group, or work with researchers on adding an inter-disciplinary dimension to a water science project. - See more at: https://www.cuahsi.org/PathfinderFellowships#sthash.j7b0u052.dpuf
|Joan Mosenthal DeWind Award||Xerxes Society||Spring||$3,750||Lepidoptera conservation|
|Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Fund|
American Museum of Natural History
|February||$500-$3500||Fieldwork on North American wildlife|
research in any phase of wildlife conservation or related fields of North American fauna - terrestrial and freshwater (rivers, lakes, streams), extant or fossil - are invited to apply to the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Grants. North America includes everything north of the Isthmus of Panama, including the Caribbean.
|Western Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (SARE)|
Western Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (SARE)
|$25,000||sustainable agriculture (broadly defined)|
The Graduate Student Grants provide a maximum of $25,000 and may last for up to two years. Those eligible to apply are masters or Ph.D. students enrolled full time (as determined by the institution’s requirements) at accredited colleges or universities in the Western region. An applicant is eligible for only one grant during his or her graduate program. Proposals are due May 11, 2016. Proposals are reviewed by a technical review panel and the Western SARE Administrative Council selects proposals for funding in July. Award notifications are made in August.
American ornithological society student research awards (9 awards)
American Ornithological Society
|January 27||varies; some $1000+||Ornithology|
Mewaldt-King Award: These $1,000-$2,000 awards are designated in the memory of L. Richard Mewaldt and James R. King to support Master's and Ph.D.-level research. Research may be in any area of ornithology, but studies that involve demographics, breeding biology, or disease ecology may be particularly relevant, especially if the species is endangered, threatened, or otherwise of management concern. Studies of species from threatened ecosystems (e.g. old growth forest, wetlands) or with reference to large-scale conservation issues such as climate or landscape change are also of particular interest. Other awards specific to female ornithology grad students, non-smoking ornithology students (really), avian systematics, all aspects of avian biology, or wild birds.
|Wildlife Conservation Society Grants & Fellowships|
Wildlife Conservation Society
Some specific to NY Seascape Region (NY, NJ); reptiles; climate adaptation; Canada's boreal forests; others general to threatened species.
|Garden Club of America Scholarships||Garden Club of America||Jan - Feb||varies||MANY! Botany, pollinator research, bird habitat, horticulture, desert studies, urban forestry, conservation & ecological restoration, coastal wetlands||Many grants in various areas|
|W Garfield Weston Fellowship Program|
Wildlife Conservation Society - Canada
|February 23||$5000-20000||Canadian conservation|
Support research that is relevant to WCS Canada’s conservation objectives at our two long-term sites in the boreal region of Northern Ontario, and the Northern Boreal Mountains of Yukon and British Columbia. Research that takes place outside of these sites, but that generates relevant conservation information may also be eligible.
Provide all or partial funding for graduate-level, field research activities for students to carry out their thesis-related research. Fellowship awards are not intended to support student stipends; however stipends and salaries for field assistants are eligible.
|Future conservationist award|
Conservation Leadership programme
|Announced 1 Sept||12,500||Conservation|
Projects should improve local knowledge, skills and attitudes concerning conservation, and reduce threats to biodiversity. The results from the projects should inform national action plans and international conservation priorities.
|American Geosciences Institute Scholarship Programs|
American Geosciences Institute
|NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant (DDIG)|
National Science Foundation
|No longer offered||Dissertation improvement|
These grants provide partial support of doctoral dissertation research for improvement beyond the already existing project. Allowed are costs for doctoral candidates to participate in scientific meetings, to conduct research in specialized facilities or field settings, and to expand an existing body of dissertation research.
|American Society of Naturalists Student Reseach Award|
American Society of Naturalists
|January||$2,000||Ecology, evolution, behavior||$20|
The ASN Student Research Awards support research by student members that advances the goals of the society: the conceptual unification of ecology, evolution, or behavior. n applicant must be a member of the ASN (membership is international), must hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent, must have passed to candidacy in a Ph.D. program or equivalent, and must be at least one year from completing the PhD.
|Wilson Ornithological Society Grants|
Wilson Ornithological Society
Grants for graduate students in avian research; independent researchers in ornithology; studies of bird movements; student-mentor teams.
Society of Systematic Biologists Graduate Student Research Awards
Society of Systematic Biologists
Systematics is the study of biological diversity and its origins. It focuses on understanding evolutionary relationships among organisms, species, higher taxa, or other biological entities, such as genes, and the evolution of the properties of taxa including intrinsic traits, ecological interactions, and geographic distributions. An important part of systematics is the development of methods for various aspects of phylogenetic inference and biological nomenclature/classificationThe Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB) Graduate Student Research Awards assist students in the initiation (first two years) of their systematics projects and in the collection of preliminary data to pursue additional sources of support
|Graduate Student Water Resource Fellowship||Montana Water Center||November 23||$2,000||Water-related research (MT waterbodies given preference)|
the goal of this program is to help support graduate students in the broad realm of water resource research. For example, funds may support the purchase of materials or supplies, travel to a scientific meeting, travel for research training, laboratory fees, etc.
|Northwest Scientific Association Student Grant|
Northwest Scientific Association
|February 16||$1,500||Regional science research non field specific||$20|
This is aimed at helping fund materials and logistics costs for students. Wages for students and technicians as well as training costs are not covered.
|Geologic Society of America Student Research Grant||Geologic Society of America||February 1||2,500||Geosciences||$45|
This grant pays for student travel, sample analysis, materials cost, etc.
|American Alpine Club Research Grant||American Alpine Club||January 15||$1,500||Mountainous systems research|
The AAC funds projects that contribute vital knowledge of our climbing environment, enrich our understanding of global climber impacts and support and improve the health and sustainability of mountain environments and habitats.
|Montana Native Plant Society Small Grants Program|
Montana Native Plant Society
|January 31||$1,500||Native plants of Montana|
These grants are intended to promote native plant conservation through better understanding of our native flora and the factors affecting their survival. Preferences given to proposals that: 1) generate research data or public support that advances the conservation of native plants in the wild; 2) demonstrate initiative and cooperation with other organizations or agencies. Projects emphasizing operational costs, such as utilities or rent, will be less preferred.
|Montana Academy of Science Student Research Grant Program|
Montana Academy of Science
|March 10||$1,500||Any research by Montana students|
These competitive grants are intended to encourage and assist students with conducting scientific research projects at any Montana University, 4-year College, or Tribal College. Students who receive funding are expected to present an oral presentation of the results of their research at the 2018 MAS Annual Meeting (in Butte, MT). Grants requesting smaller dollar amounts may have a better chance of being funded than bigger grants. Awards will be made to the grants office or office of sponsored programs for disbursement of funds through the normal channels for extramural funding at each institution. No IDC will be paid as part of this program. The faculty member need not be a member of MAS at the time of application; however, if the grant is awarded, it is expected that the faculty member will join the Montana Academy of Sciences.
|Montana Grain Grower's Association Scholarships|
Montana Grain Grower's Association
|April 1||$1000 - $2500||MSU students in various STEM fields|
|Montana Wildlife Society Small Grants||MT TWS||Mid-November||$100-$1,000||Activity in wildlife conservation|
|BCM Grant Program|
Bat conservation and management
|Jan 15, April 15, August 15||$5,000||Bat conservation and research efforts|
Supports projects that have use of bat detectors/microphones, capture equipment (like mistnets, poles, harp traps, etc), Sonobat analysis software, and more
|WNPS Plant Conservation Grant||Washington Native Plant Society (WNPS)||March||$1,500||Plants in Washington state|
on-the-ground projects that will restore, improve, or support functioning native plant ecosystems in the State of Washington, USA. Successfully funded projects must provide public benefit and align with WNPS Conservation principles. Funds will be awarded based on the Conservation Committee's determination of which projects would bring the most significant ecological benefit and the likelihood of a project's long-term success. For questions please contact Becky Chaney, Conservation C=
ommittee Chair: 425-880-4220 or firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com
|SCB Graduate Student Research Fellowship Awards||Society for Conservation Biology||April 1||$1,000||Conservation||$20|
Students must demonstrate financial need toward completion of graduate degree and graduate research must contribute to SCB’s mission to advance the science and practice of conserving Earth's biodiversity. Graduate Student Research Fellowship Awards will support field work, including travel, materials or equipment required to conduct research by graduate student members of SCB.
|Brevard Zoo Conservation Fund||Brevard Zoo||August 1||$2000 - $7000||Conservation||N/A|
|Seaworld - Busch Gardens Conservation Fund||Seaworld / Busch Gardens||November 30||$10k - $25k|
species research, habitat protection, conservation education, and animal rescue and rehabilitation
Mission: To work with purpose and passion on behalf of wildlife and habitats worldwide, encouraging sustainable solutions through support of species research, animal rescue and rehabilitation and conservation education.
|Fresno Chaffee Zoo Wildlife Conservation Fund||Fresno Chaffee Zoo||June 1||$1000 - $2000||Conservation / habitat research||N/A|
to promote understanding and enjoyment of rare, threatened and endangered animals and their habitats and to support zoological research that will directly benefit captive animal management. Geographic region of focus varies.
|A.W. Franzmann and Distinguished Collegues Award||Alces||March 15||CDN 1500|
Moose biology & management or other ungulates or mammalian carnivores overlapping their range.
|N/A||Open to US or Canadian graduate students.|
|Widlife disease association student scholarships||Widlife disease association||spring||varies||Scholarships for research and travel awards for WDA conferences|
They also offer small grants for disseminating wildlife disease knowledge.
Scientific Exploration Society
|Nov||varies||Fieldwork, photography, filmography|
Might change year to year, mostly for fieldwork in "challenging locations"
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis Young Scientists Summer Program
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
|Oct||Stipend & travel||Policy implications of ecological research|
Travel to Austria June-Aug to work with IIASA scientists. Offers research opportunities to talented young researchers whose interests correspond with IIASA’s ongoing research on issues of global environmental, economic and social change. Program areas include: advanced systems analysis, air quality, energy, evolution & ecology, ecosystems services and managment, world population, risk & resilience, transitions to new technologies, water. Apply during last 2 years of PhD.
Christine Mirzayan Science & Technology Policy Graduate Fellowship Program
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, Medicine
|Fall||$9,000||National science policy|
Provides early career individuals with the opportunity to spend 12 weeks at the Academies in Washington, DC learning about science and technology policy and the role that scientists and engineers play in advising the nation.
|Horowitz foundation for social policy grants||Horowitz Foundation||Dec||7,500||Research projects with social policy application|
must be phd student who has defended proposal; cannot have Phd yet
|FELLOWSHIPS / STIPEND FUNDING|
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program
National Science Foundation
|Ford Foundation Fellowship Program||Ford Foundation||November||Predoctoral, dissertation, and postdoctoral fellowships|
Through its Fellowship Programs, the Ford Foundation seeks to increase the diversity of the nation’s college and university faculties by increasing their ethnic and racial diversity, to maximize the educational benefits of diversity, and to increase the number of professors who can and will use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students. Although focused on diversity, fellowship is open to all US citizens in PhD program REGARDLESS OF RACE. Specific focus on those interested in a career in teaching and research at university level.
|USDA National Needs Graduate Fellowship Grants Program (NNF)||USDA||October|
Awards are specifically intended to support traineeship programs that engage outstanding students to pursue and complete their degrees in USDA mission areas. Applicants provide clarity about the philosophy of their graduate training, and relevance to USDA mission sciences, NIFA priorities and national science education policies and statistics. Applications are being solicited from institutions that confer a graduate degree in at least one of the following Targeted Expertise Shortage Areas: 1) animal and plant production; 2) forest resources; 3) agricultural educators and communicators; 4) agricultural management and economics; 5) food science and human nutrition; 6) sciences for agricultural biosecurity; and 7) training in integrative biosciences for sustainable food and agricultural systems.
|National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration Fellowships||NOA||varies||varies|
Boyd Evison Student Fellowship for research in the Greater Yellowstone
Montana Institute on Ecosystems
|February||$10,000||Graduate fellowship (MS and PhD)|
Also includes Grand Tetons, JD Rockefeller Jr Mem Parkway and other public/private lands
|PhD enhancement funds for GTA lines||MSU||March||$18,000||Teaching assisstantship||Must be requested by department for students|
|Monsanto Graduate Student Scholarship||Monsanto||May 1||$25,000||Master's students in STEM|
PhD students not eligible. The Monsanto Graduate Student Scholarship is part of our company’s broader focus on innovation and investment in agriculture. To meet the challenges the world faces in feeding nine billion people by 2050, investing in future leaders pursuing STEM careers in food and agriculture is key. The next generation of innovators will be the ones to ascend and meet the challenges of global food security.
NDSEG National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship
|DOD||Dec 7 but varies||similar to GRFP||Relevant to DOD||N/A|
Relevant to DOD---looking through the BAAs (broad agency announcements) is where you'll find the specific part that is relevant to you
|IIE Centennial Fellowship||July||Fulbright alumni, focus varies|
|Ford foundation dissertation fellowship|
|FOR SPECIFIC POPULATIONS|
|ABC Humane Wildlife Control & Prevention Academic Scholarship|
ABC Humane Wildlife Control & Prevention
|June 26||$1,000||Women in STEM||N/A|
Open to graduate and undergraduate female STEM students. Why are you passionate about science, technology, engineering, or math, and how will your pursuit of these fields help preserve biodiversity, improve the health of our planet, or alleviate human suffering?
|American Association of University Women|
American Association of University Women
Dissertation fellowships, career development grants, grants for community action for education & equity for women, STEM master's programs
|Native American Congressional Internship||Udall Foundation||$1200 + allowence, travel||Native americans|
Open to Native American college, graduate, law students to live and work in DC during the summer. Interns will gain a better understanding of the government to government relationship and how they can use this knowledge on behalf of their tribes.
|The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans|
The Paul & Daisy Soros Foundation
|November||$25,000 stipend + tuition||Immigrants|
Each Fellowship supports one to two years of graduate study in any field and in any advanced degree-granting program in the United States.
|Latin American Student Field Research award|
American Society of Mammologists
|March||$1,500||Grad student citizens of latin american countries|
The Latin American Student Field Research Award is made annually to support research projects in Latin America by graduate students. Eligible students must be citizens of Latin American countries, and their projects must be field-oriented investigations of natural history, conservation, ecology, systematics, wildlife biology, biogeography, or behavior.
Sigma Delta Epsilon (SDE), Eloise Gerry, Ethel K. Allen, Vessa Notchev, Jean Langenheim, Monique Braude, Nell I. Mondy, Elizabeth Weisburger, and Hartley Corporation Fellowships
GWIS Graduate Women in Science
|January||10,000 max||Women in STEM||$40||Used for travel, supplies, publishing costs, etc|
|AbbVie Immunology Scholarship||AbbVie Inc||October||$15,000 max||Students with certain autoimmune disorders||NA||Amount dependent upon the type of degree pursued|
|Citizen Diplomacy Action Fund for U.S. Alumni||Partners of the americas||Rolling||$500-10,000||US Dept. of State program alumni (e.g., Fulbright recipients)|
|TRAVEL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS|
|Research Training Exchanges in Ecoimmunology|
|East Asia-Pacific Summer Institutes (EAPSI)|
National Science Foundation
|November||Summer research in Asia, Pacific|
|Fulbright US Student Program|
Fulbright Program, US Department of State
|October||Overseas research & study|
Funding for 10 months of study/research in foreign country. Benefits and application are country-specific.
|CUASHI Instrumentation discovery travel grant (water research)|
CUAHSI Universities Allied for Water Research
|April||$1,000||Water research instrumentation|
travel to visit colleagues to efficiently and economically learn new instrumentation. IDTG’s enable scientists to learn new instrumentation techniques in the water sciences by visiting other research sites and meeting with the respective site’s Principal Investigators to learn the details of hydrologic instrument installation, operation, maintenance, and data processing
National Security Education Program
Commit to working in federal government for one year. unique funding opportunities for U.S. graduate students to study less commonly taught languages in world regions critical to U.S. interests, and underrepresented in study abroad, including Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East. The countries of Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are excluded. Term of 12 weeks - one year for long-term cultural immersion & language learning combined with STEM project
|United States to Australia Fellowship|
|October 15||$30-$40k||Research in Australia||travel, living, studying expenses, research supplies|
|Student Research Travel Grants|
MSU College of Letters and Science
|February 1||$500||Travel and lodging to present at conferences|
|Graduate School Student Travel Grants||MSU Graduate School||Rolling||varies||Oral presentations at conferences|