The Jonathan O. Davis Scholarship in Quaternary Sciences: University of Nevada, Reno Stipend
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Predicted deadline: Nov 13, 2021
Grant amount: US $2,500 - US $5,000
Fields of work: Geology
Applicant type: Graduate Student
Funding uses: Research
Location of project: California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Wyoming Show all
Location of residency: NevadaView website Save
About this funder:
The Desert Research Institute Jonathan O. Davis Research Scholarship is awarded annually to outstanding Masters and PhD students conducting research relevant to the Quaternary geology, geomorphology, and/or geoarchaeology of the Great Basin. Awards will be made to the highest ranking Masters and PhD student proposals. A Masters student will be funded up to $2500 and a PhD student will be funded up to $5000.
The scholarship funds are intended to support students conducting graduate research activities within the Great Basin. Students doing research on any aspect of the Quaternary geology, geomorphology, and/or geoarchaeology of the Great Basin are encouraged to apply.
Jonathan O. Davis was a Quaternary geologist, geoarchaeologist, and DRI faculty member who was dedicated to research in the Great Basin. The endowment that supports this award was established in his memory by his family and friends to support and promote Quaternary research that impacts the understanding of the Quaternary science of the Great Basin.
Awardees will be invited to share the results of their research with Desert Research Institute faculty.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- The University of Nevada, Reno stipend is only open to graduate students enrolled in an M.S. or Ph.D program at the University of Nevada, Reno.
- The research must have a substantial geologic component or demonstrate a strong reliance on geological techniques and must be focused on the Great Basin.
- Quaternary geology, as used here, encompasses a wide range of topics normally considered as part of the Quaternary sciences.