This spring, the Xi Sigma Pi Forestry Honor Society will award two grants of up to $1,000 each to support graduate and undergraduate research for students currently enrolled at SEFS. These grants are based on merit and financial need and will be applicable for research activities and/or equipment that is otherwise unattainable by the student.
The deadline to apply for these grants is Monday, May 1, by 11 p.m., so learn more about the application process below and get your packets together!
To apply, please include the following items in the grant application packet:
- A resume no longer than 2 pages, single-spaced. It should include the following information:
- Education history
- Work history
- Volunteer work
- Letter of recommendation from an advisor, committee member or influential faculty member. The author must email this document separately to firstname.lastname@example.org before May 1, 2017, at 11 p.m.
- Current transcript (unofficial or official).
- Proposal for Research Grant that does not exceed 3 pages, double-spaced (excluding works cited)
- PI and Co-PI with contact information
- Project description:
- Objectives and significance of project
- Methods to be employed
- Anticipated outcome and effect of project fulfillment
- Broader impacts associated with the project
- Timeline of the project completion and deliverables
- Works cited
- Statement of financial need with budget of the specific proposed project
Include in the budget ONLY the expenses for your project, which are to be funded by the XSP grant, including but not limited to: equipment, travel, lodging, material, supplies and/or any other pertinent research activities. If you have received any scholarship or funding to fund the rest of your research, make sure to mention it here. You may want to include a brief narrative of expenses along with a table of individual cost components.
This year the grants are worth up to $1,000 dollars each, and the application process will run until May 1, 2017 (11 p.m).
The complete grant application packet can be dropped off in person to David Campbell or Lisa Nordlund in Anderson Hall rooms 116/130, OR uploaded directly onto catalyst by the due date.
If you have any questions about the grant process, email email@example.com!