Aileen McWilliam Scholarship

Arkansas Native Plant Society

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Predicted deadline: Apr 17, 2022 3:00pm PDT

Grant amount: Up to US $2,000

Fields of work: Botany

Applicant type: Graduate Student, Undergraduate Student

Funding uses: Scholarship

Location of project: Anywhere in the world

Location of residency: Arkansas

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The Arkansas Native Plant Society (ANPS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the preservation, conservation, enjoyment, and study of the native vegetation of Arkansas. Through fund-raising activities and donations, ANPS sponsors the following awards to undergraduate and graduate students who show exceptional interest in acquiring a botanical education or who wish to conduct research projects involving the native or naturalized flora of Arkansas.

The Aileen McWilliam Scholarship 

This scholarship award honors the late Aileen McWilliam, named Arkansas’ Outstanding Biology Teacher in 1965, a former member of the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, a noted author, and a knowledgeable and ardent Arkansas naturalist. This scholarship, in remembrance of her devotion to the study of the Arkansas flora, is given annually to promising undergraduate or graduate students with a strong interest in botany. Individual awards will be given in amounts of up to $2000.

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  • Undergraduate or graduate students with a strong interest in botany. 
  • Students will be eligible for only one scholarship per academic classification (i.e. bachelor’s student, master’s student, Ph.D. student).


  • Students applying for a research grant will not be eligible for a scholarship in the same calendar year.  


This page was last reviewed April 08, 2021 and last updated April 08, 2021