Kellogg Biological Station Long-term Ecological Fellowship Research Program by Michigan State University, 2013
Michigan State University offers Fellowship for Masters and PhD studies in Biological and Ecological Research, Michigan, 2013
Scholarship Program: Kellogg Biological Station Long-term Ecological Fellowship Research Program
Type of Award: Fellowships
Nationality: The Fellowships are available for U.S. Citizens.
Employer: Michigan State University funds for the Fellowship.
Level of Study: It supports the Masters and PhD studies.
Subject(s): The Fellowships are Provided for Biological and Ecological Research studies.
Duration: The Duration of Fellowship is not specified.
Number of Awards: The Foundation will award 16 Fellowships nationwide.
Am I Eligible? Applicants must be MSU PhD candidates who have completed the majority of their coursework, passed comprehensive exams, and are actively engaged in their dissertation research. KBS residency is not required.
What does it cover? Fellowship will provide $30,000 in stipend support plus tuition and fees for one year beginning May 2013.Additional funds (up to $5,000) will be available for travel or meeting expenses as warranted.
How do I Apply? You can apply Electronically.
Scholarship Description: The fellowship is open to MSU PhD students who are interested in pursuing LTER-related activities that would otherwise not be part of their dissertation work. This could include current LTER researchers who want to extend their research to other activities or other sites, or non-LTER researchers who want to extend their research to include LTER activities. Activities might include a KBS or cross-site synthesis workshop, research activity, or a related activity that broadens the community of scientists involved in LTER-related research. Research can be focused on the KBS LTER or include KBS as part of a cross-site activity that serves LTER goals at the local or national scale.
Application closing date: The deadline for submitting applications is 3 December, 2012.