David S Easly Memorial Award

The David S Easly award is designed to support outstanding masters and doctoral students pursuing a degree related to environmental conservation and preservation, particularly students with an interest in the role of women in science. It is open to graduate students pursuing degrees in Environmental and Natural Resources Law, Environmental Studies, Geological Sciences, or Landscape Architecture, or to support graduate students conducting research affiliated with the Institute for a Sustainable Environment.
 
Up to two student(s) will receive $1,000 to assist with the academic costs associated with attending the university, such as tuition, fees, books, miscellaneous supplies, travel and research.
 
In addition to pursuing a degree in Environmental and Natural Resources Law, Environmental Studies, Geological Sciences, Landscape Architecture, or conducting research affiliated with the Institute for a Sustainable Environment, eligible graduate students must be enrolled full-time at the UO and be in good academic standing.

Application

To be completed by the student:
  1. A narrative statement about your research and how the funds would be used.
  2. An up to one page reflection on the role of women in science, in particular women in environmental science.

Letter of Recommendation

This award requires one letter of recommendation from an advisor, graduate program director or department head who can speak to the student’s academic merit and the value of the proposed use of funds.

To apply for this award, please click here:

Awards and Fellowships Application

Deadline to apply: Friday, February 16, 2018

 

Note for Graduate Students with Financial Aid:
Receiving this award may reduce your financial aid award. Please contact the Financial Aid Office prior to applying for this (and any other type of) support.

For more information, please contact: Jered Nagel at jnagel@uoregon.edu

You may apply for this award regardless of immigration status or work eligibility.

 

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