Grant Funds Available for Student Research in the IU Research and Teaching Preserve – Apply by March 10

Grants are available for undergraduate or graduate student research in the environmental sciences (e.g., ecology, geology, atmospheric science, human-environment interactions) at the Indiana University Research and Teaching Preserve (RTP) properties. A maximum of three awards, each up to $2,000, will be granted on a competitive basis.

The goals of this grant program are to encourage and advance student research on RTP properties. Priority will be given to research projects without other external funding sources, but all interested students at the undergraduate or graduate level are encouraged to apply.

Eligibility Requirements

All Indiana University students with full-time undergraduate or graduate status are eligible. It is expected that undergraduates will be in their junior or senior year when completing the research while graduate students may be at any stage though preference will be given to students who are not in their final year. Students should be enrolled full-time during the period of the grant, although the research may carry over during summer sessions. An overall 3.0 GPA is required of student applicants.

Completed applications should be submitted as a PDF to by midnight, March 10, 2017.

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