Applications now being accepted for the 2013 Dutch Gold Honey Scholarship
Posted: February 1, 2013
This scholarship is awarded to undergraduates enrolled in the College of Agricultural Sciences who have completed or are registered for 300 and 400 level courses in Entomology. The successful candidate will receive a scholarship of $2000 and the opportunity to participate in research on honey bees in the Fall 2013 semester, or longer if desired. Students are expected to commit 10 hours/week to their research project. Past recipients of this award have examined the impacts of viruses, parasites, and pesticides on honey bees at the behavioral, physiological and molecular level.
Interested students should submit their applications to Christina Grozinger by May 1, 2013. Applicants will be notified of the decision of the selection committee by June 1, 2013. Applications should include a two page CV (including past professional experiences), an unofficial transcript, and a one page cover letter describing the applicant’s interests in honey bee research. The cover letter should also include a short list of faculty mentors who the applicant would be interested in working with. (A listing of faculty members with research related to pollinators.)
For more information, please contact Christina Grozinger .