DBS Graduate Scholarships
The Department of Biological Sciences offers scholarships to talented graduate students.
Please consider donating to our scholarship fund for graduate students.
Larissa Walker, Cellular, Molecular & Microbial Biology
The purpose of the Clancy Gordon Environmental Scholarship is to provide an annual award to a graduate student at UM who has demonstrated ability and effectiveness in working with environmental problems. Students from the biological, physical and social sciences and environmental studies will be eligible.
Elizabeth Yoder, Environmental Studies
The Dr. Mitsuru J. Nakamura Graduate Scholarship in Microbiology shall be used to provide scholarships for deserving graduate students at UM studying microbiology. A scholarship committee headed by the associate dean of the Division of Biological Sciences shall determine the amounts of the scholarship awards and the recipients. The scholarship may be renewed if the recipient continues to meet the criteria.
Jim Reed, Cellular, Molecular, & Microbial Biology
The award will support meritorious graduate study in the field of ecology by providing funds either for field research or for travel to national meetings to present research findings. $500 will be awarded on a competitive basis to a deserving University of Montana doctoral student in the Division of Biological Sciences or in the Wildlife Biology program.
Gerad Sapes, Organismal Biology, Evolution, & Ecology
The purpose of the Dr. Linda Phillips Knoblock Fellowship is to provide a fellowship to a doctoral student in the Division of Biological Sciences. The recipient is to be selected on the basis of academic merit. Pending qualified applicants, two fellowships in the amount of $7,000 will be awarded to Ph.D. students in the Division of Biological Sciences.
The Jack E. Schmautz Graduate Scholarship shall provide scholarships for graduate students enrolled in the Organismal Biology and Ecology Program with an emphasis in plant ecology. Criteria for selection will include merit, but most importantly consider character of the recipient(s).
Gerard Sapes, Organismal Biology, Evolution, & Ecology
For more information, please contact Zachary Raasch, the DBS Graduate Program Coordinator: (Zachary.Raasch@mso.umt.edu).