This $5,000 award supports young scientists in their fieldwork and research in coastal wetlands (defined as those tidal or nontidal wetlands found in the coastal states, including those of the Great Lakes). Open to graduate students pursuing advanced degrees in coastal wetlands science.
Financial assistance to college seniors and graduate students to study habitat-related issues that will benefit threatened or endangered bird species and lend useful information for land management decisions.
Provides grants for research in biological anthropology. Preference will be given to those applications which lie within human population biology, human genetics, human ethology and paleoanthropology.
Annual grant for the study of history and design in the American garden. Also intended to look to the future of gardens, their place in the environment. Project study would have wide scope. Open to graduate students for study and research at a US institution.
To fund travel to the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library in West Branch, Iowa. Current graduate students, post-doctoral scholars, and independent researchers are eligible to apply. An applicant should contact the archival staff to determine if Library holdings are pertinent to the applicant’s research. Finding aids for library’s major holdings are available online at http://www.hoover.nara.gov
American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) Scholarship Program provides support to naval engineers seeking advanced education in the field. The scholarship award amount is $4,000 for graduate students.
Beta Phi Mu awards this scholarship to a student beginning library or information studies at an American Library Association accredited school. Applicants should not have completed more than 12 hours by the application deadline.
Scholarships are for undergraduates and graduates pursuing engineering careers in the vertical flight industry. Relevant fields include structural, aerodynamic, or aerospace engineering. Scholarships are merit-based.
Funds one student in even numbered years. For well-qualified U.S. undergraduates (above the freshman year) or graduate students from U.S. colleges and universities to assist in their study of tropical ornamental horticulture at an appropriate foreign institution.
Awarded to undergraduate or graduate student members of ASPRS To encourage and commend college students who display exceptional interest and ability in the theoretical aspects of photogrammetry with cash prize of $2,000 and a certificate.