Grants for International Forestry Studies

With the new year come the opportunity for grant applications. Students pursuing an international degree or research area may be able to take advantage of several special Department of Forestry & Environmental Resources funding opportunities designated specifically for students with a global focus.

For priority consideration for the 2016 calendar year, apply by January 31st 2016; however, applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until April 1, 2016 or until funds are exhausted. Students should apply for either a Zobel or a Laarman grant (not both, although the international committee reserves the right to fund grants from either source).

Application should include a) cover page with your name and contact information, title of your proposal, total amount requested, and name and signature of your academic advisor, indicating approval of the proposed international activity b) A one page proposal describing the international activity and how it meet the criteria outlined above c) A detailed budget, indicating other sources of funding already secured and other funding proposals submitted, and d) A print out of your (unofficial) transcript.