Paul G. Moe Dissertation Improvement Award:
This award is available to PhD students in Environmental Microbiology. Up to $6,000 will be available to enhance a PhD dissertation project. Funding can be used to support research expenses as well as research and conference travel and expenses.
Nath Graduate Student Travel Awards Endowment:
If you are a graduate student in Plant & Soil Sciences or Animal & Nutritional
Sciences and are seeking funding to attend conferences, present papers, conduct
research or travel to enhance your education, apply for up to $500 in travel
funds from the Nath Graduate Student Travel Endowment.
Stitzel Graduate Student Support: This support provides students in a
doctoral program in the Davis College with travel to present papers, training,
research, and professional development. Applications should not exceed $1,000.
CoBank Graduate Student Travel Award: If you are a graduate student in
Animal and Veterinary Sciences, you can apply for up to $1,000 from this fund to
offset expenses incurred participating in professional meetings and conferences
which directly relate to your study objectives.
Robert H. Maxwell Memorial Travel Endowment: If you are a graduate student
in the Davis College from any major seeking funds for international travel expenses
to study abroad, for other international enrichment experiences relating to volunteer
work or research, apply for up to $1,000 in funding from the Robert H. Maxwell
Travel Endowment. Students who will travel to Africa for study will get first preference.
Farm Credit Agriculture Graduate Student Fund: If you are a graduate
student studying in an agriculture-related program in any Davis College academic
unit, you can apply for up to $1,000 in funds to support research seed money, conference
travel and expenses, research paper presentation expenses, research travel funding,
international travel and study abroad programs and other related graduate activities
that would enhance your education.
A.D. Hopkins Entomology Graduate Student Award: If you are a Plant and
Soil Sciences graduate student, especially with an interest in entomology, and
have demonstrated originality and research ability, you are eligible for up to
$2,000 in funding.
HA Wilson - DA Zuberer Graduate Enhancement: If you are in the Division
of Plant & Soil Sciences, especially students studying environmental microbiology,
you can apply for up to $2,000 to participate in research and educational opportunities
including, but not limited to, professional conferences and meetings.
Paul G. Moe Memorial Endowment: If you are a graduate student completing
course work or research in agricultural microbiology, you can apply for up to $2,000
in funds. Preference shall be given to students presenting papers at professional
conferences and seminars or exhibiting exceptional academic performance.
Dr. Richard M. & Leta K. Smith Memorial Graduate Fellowship: If you
are studying in Plant & Soil Sciences and are seeking a master’s or PHD, you
are eligible to apply for up to $2,000 in support to present papers, conduct research
or study abroad. You must have completed the equivalent of one full year (as defined
by the College) of graduate study. Academic performance shall be the primary selection
criteria with financial need serving as a secondary consideration. Preference will
be given to students majoring in Soil Sciences with an emphasis on Land Reclamation
or its successor program area.
Joe Weaver Memorial Endowment: If you are a graduate student in entomology,
you can apply for up to $1,000 in funds for travel or research supply expenses.
David & Catherine Samuel Wildlife Graduate Fund: If you are a graduate
student in the Wildlife and Fisheries Resources major, with first preference given
to those studying wildlife, you can apply for up to $1,000 in support to travel
to conferences to present papers or to serve as seed money for research projects.
Funds can be utilized for but not limited to travel, housing, and the purchase
of materials for research.
Thomas Torries ARE Student Actualization Endowment: If you are a WVU Agricultural
and Resource Economics & Management graduate student, you can apply for up
to $1,000 for student travel and associated activities, or to conduct research.
Dale Colyer Division of Resource Management Award: The proceeds from
the endowment will be used to recognize an outstanding Ph.D student. All
students currently enrolled in or admitted to the Ph.D. program of the Division
of Resource Management are eligible. Funds may be awarded annually and the award
is for one year. Students may apply for up to $1,000 in support for travel, research
or other means to enhance their education.
Dr. Donald J. Horvath Memorial Scholarship: If you are a graduate student
in Animal Physiology and you wish to someday teach at a university, apply for this
award. You must have a 3.0 GPA. Funds can be utilized for research or travel or
as a scholarship.
Dr. Kenneth L. Carvell Graduate Fellowship: Eligible candidates shall
be currently enrolled graduate students in the West Virginia University Davis College
of Agriculture, Natural Resources & Design's Division of Forestry & Natural
Resources; shall be pursuing a MSF; and shall be engaged in forest management or
forest science research. Recipients shall demonstrate good academic standing
as defined by WVU. The recipient shall carry the title of the Dr. Kenneth
L. Carvell Fellow and funds can be utilized for travel or research.
John R. Tschiderer LA Education Experience Fund (LEEF): If you are
a graduate student in Landscape Architecture, apply for funds to provide assistance
for travel for presenting research, to conduct research, or other activities that
enhance your education. It is expected that candidate students will also apply
for additional funds made available through their school or other matching grants.
You can apply for up to $1,000.