Environmental Studies Awards
The environmental studies department at UCSC is proud to offer undergraduates and graduates the opportunity to earn awards and scholarships for their achievements. Each year several awards become available, from fall through spring quarter, and are open to all undergraduate students or environmental studies majors. Specific announcements regarding award opportunities will be made throughout the year via email announcements, postings in the department, and on the Quarterly Award Opportunities page.
The Kenneth S. Norris Center for Natural History is proud to offer the following award this Spring quarter:
This award of up to $1000* is being offered due to a generous gift of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation given to the Kenneth S. Norris Center for Natural History. The award is for registered UCSC undergraduate students (individual or group) involved in thesis or internship projects that enhance natural history** teaching and/or research; examples include, but are not limited to: natural history displays, field guides, research projects, or curricula. Criteria for selection will be based on the quality of the project statement; evidence a concrete product that will further natural history teaching and/or research, a record of natural history training through Natural History Field quarter, other natural history courses, or internships; scholastic record; and demonstrated initiative and potential for successful completion.
Deadline for Norris Center Natural History Project Award submission is 4pm Thursday, May 7, 2015 electronic submission to firstname.lastname@example.org
Gabriel Zimmerman Memorial Scholarship
The Division of Social Sciences is offering the Gabriel Zimmerman Memorial Scholarship, ENVS student deadline is April 24th, 4:00pm 2015 to the ENVS Dept, email@example.com. Undergradautes must submit a short essay (2-3 pages maximum) about her or his passion for social issues and commitment to public service as well as a copy of their resume. Candidates must be in good academic standing and submit an unofficial copy of their transcripts.
The Gabriel Zimmerman Memorial Scholarship Fund has been established to support undergraduate students in the Division of Social Sciences who are passionate about social issues and committed to public service. Gabriel “Gabe” Zimmerman graduated from UC Santa Cruz (Sociology) and was working for Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords as her Director of Community Outreach when he was tragically shot and killed. Generous donations from more than 520 alumni, faculty, community members, and the general public funded this endowment. This endowment awards $2,500 annually to one outstanding undergraduate student who is a major in any of the departments within the Division of Social Sciences. More information about the past recipients is available on the Social Sciences website http://socialsciences.ucsc.edu/support-us/endowments/endowments-all/zimmerman