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For Students

Interdisciplinary Conference Funding for ESPP Specialization and MSU Doctoral Students
For any MSU doctoral student to attend conference or meetings with an interdisciplinary environmental focus. Students must present their work. Up to $750 per request. ESPP specialization students who have completed two of the four requirements of the program are eligible for additional funds.
October 15, January 15, April 15, July 15

 

Doctoral Recruiting Fellowship
The Environmental Science and Policy Program (ESPP) is announcing seven one-year Doctoral Recruiting Fellowships for students who will matriculate during the Fall 2015 semester. The goal of these fellowships is to attract the strongest possible cohort of students to pursue doctoral education focused on the environment at MSU. Students MUST be nominated by their intended home department, and each department is limited to four nominations. Students may not apply directly for these fellowships but should work with their intended home department to prepare their application materials.
January 31 (annual)

 

Please also see the external funding opportunities on our broader funding pages which includes:

For Faculty

Interdisciplinary Team Building Initiative
ESPP-AgBioResearch Interdisciplinary Team Building Initiative
ESPP and AgBioResearch are pleased to announce a new funding opportunity: Interdisciplinary Team Building Initiative, a funding mechanism designed to promote collaboration among faculty researchers from different disciplines, with the goal of enhancing our capacity to grow broadly defined interdisciplinary environmental scholarship and to compete for external grants.

 

VISTAS - Visiting Scholars to Advance Science Grants
Visiting Scholars to Advance Science Grants (VISTAS)
ESPP is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity: Visiting Scholars to Advance Science (VISTAS) grants, designed to increase networking opportunities for MSU faculty, bring world-class experts to MSU, and facilitate development of multi-University research proposals in the areas of environmental science, technology, and policy. Applications are due Jan. 31, 2015.

 

Note to Faculty: Our current funding structure for faculty grants requires all applications and proposals be routed through the above two programs. We are not currently offering funding for faculty travel or conferences outside of the ITBI or VISTAS programs. If you would like to apply for a VISTAS or ITBI grant, please click the above buttons.

 

Please also see the external funding opportunities on our broader funding pages which includes:

Apply for the 2015 Doctoral Recruiting Fellowships

ESPP is now accepting applications for the 2015 Doctoral Recruiting Fellowships. Seven year-long fellowships are available.

VISTAS - Visiting Scholars to Advance Science Grants
ESPP is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity: Visiting Scholars to Advance Science (VISTAS) grants, designed to increase networking opportunities for MSU faculty, bring world-class experts to MSU, and facilitate development of multi-University research proposals in the areas of environmental science, technology, and policy.

ESPP is proud to provide travel assistance to MSU students presenting their work at conferences around the world.

ESPP is proud to assist faculty with their continued research and academic growth through several past and current funding mechanisms.