ACF seeks applications from highly motivated graduate and undergraduate college students interested in furthering their education in the conservation and environmental studies field. Internships are generally 12 weeks in length. Interns are placed in non-profit groups, agencies, Alaska Native groups, and other interested organizations that have identified assignments complimenting ACF’s mission. ACF provides funding support […]
The award is intended to recognize an outstanding paper in the field of biotechnology presented by a student at the AOCS Annual Meeting & Expo. This program re-opens annually in September.
This award is open to any student or newly practicing journalist (two years or less) who has a science feature published in print, broadcast, or online (in English or French) during the previous year of the competition cycle. Applicants must be Canadian citizens or residents of Canada.
Doctoral Dissertation Award (DDA) is awarded for a dissertation in logistics or a related field that demonstrates significant originality and technical competence and contributes to the logistics knowledge base.
The Dina Feitelson Research Award is a US$500 award established to honor the memory of Dina Feitelson by recognizing an outstanding empirical study published in English in a refereed journal. The work should report on one or more aspects of literacy acquisition, such as phonemic awareness, the alphabetic principle, bilingualism, or cross-cultural studies of beginning […]
Dissertation awards in: Fluid Dynamics, Nuclear Physics, Experimental Particle Physics, Computational Physics, Atomic, Molecular, or Optical Physics, Plasma Physics and Beam Physics. See website for details of individual awards. Recipient must be nominated for the award.
The award recognizes a paper written for a graduate course in planning, a master’s thesis, or a research report which shows excellence in the writer’s personal and/or professional learning from practice and in the analysis of that learning.
Award honors an outstanding dissertation on Canada written at an American institution. Faculty on dissertation committees are invited to nominate candidates who have received their Ph.D.s within the two years previous to the deadline.
In recognition of the late Walter Rundell, Jr.’s commitment to graduate education in the field of Western history, the Western History Association offers a graduate student award in the field of Western history for $1,500. The applicant should be a doctoral candidate who has completed comprehensive examinations for their dissertation subject. SEE FUNDER WEBSITE FOR […]
The Alexander Gerschenkron Prize is awarded for the best dissertation in the economic history of an area outside of the United States or Canada published during the preceding year.