Floyd Plant & Fungal Biology Summer Fellowship
The Floyd Plant Summer Fellowship is available for students conducting thesis research related to plant or fungal biology in Biology faculty labs. Doctoral students may be from any graduate program; masters students must be from a Biology graduate program.
Note: Students whose research deals with plant-microbe interactions and focuses mostly on the microbial side should apply for the Floyd Microbiology Fellowship.
To be eligible students must be making progress towards their degree and be engaged full-time in dissertation or thesis-related activities (research and/or classwork) during the summer.
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(If a student receives another award–such as the Hudock, or another fellowship–the Floyd fellowship may be used to supplement that award to a maximum total of $3,000.)
Special Application Materials:
Submit all materials listed on the application form.
A letter of endorsement must be submitted separately by the faculty advisor assessing student progress, and agreeing with the projected completion date.
Contact Heather Reynolds if you have questions about this award or the application procedure.