Geology & Geophysics Academic Year & Field Camp Scholarship

The Department of Geology & Geophysics scholarships are open to declared majors in our department, excluding the Earth Science minor. Students must be full-time with a 3.0 cumulative GPA. Students with a lower GPA are still encouraged to apply as their applications will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

Supplemental Questions
  1. What are your pronouns?
  2. Did you transfer to the U from another school?
  3. How many semester have you been enrolled at the U, including this semester?
  4. What is your anticipated graduation date?
  5. What is your current Undergraduate GPA?
  6. Are you a current Geology & Geophysics student?
  7. What is your declared major? (Select all that apply)
  8. What general themes of geoscience most interest you (e.g., paleontology, mineralogy, hydrology, engineering, geophysics, environmental science, education, etc.)?
  9. Are you presently receiving a scholarship and / or financial aid (specify pell grants scholarships internal and external to the U, and/or student loans)? If so, please provide name / type / source.
  10. Please describe how have you been involved at the university (e.g., as a participant of leader in student groups, student government, jobs, etc.)? Please also describe how often you are involved.
  11. Are you involved in research at the U or elsewhere? Please briefly describe how, for how long, and identify your mentor (e.g., SRI, GEO 3900 for X semesters, UROP, Wilkes Scholar, ACCSS, SPUR, REU, research without credit, etc.)
  12. Do you want to be considered for a Capstone Scholarship (e.g., GEO 3900 used for Capstone, or a Summer Field course such as 4510/4520)?
  13. What do you plan to do for your capstone experience? (e.g., Summer Field course, Research Project, Internship)?
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