Graduate Awards and Scholarships

Graduate Awards and Scholarships The Odum School of Ecology provides a variety of opportunities for students to fund, or partially fund, their research and their conference presentations. We also reward

Undergraduate Funding, Scholarships and Awards

Undergraduate Funding, Scholarships and Awards Horseshoe Bend Georgia Power Award The purpose of this award is to support undergraduate and/or graduate research that is conducted at the Horseshoe Bend Experimental

UGA Awards student scholarships for Study Abroad in Sustainability

Undergraduate ecology major Zack Holmes has received one of two scholarships for study abroad opportunities in sustainability. The awards are made possible by the Brittney Fox Watts Memorial Endowment .

Ecology students receive Udall scholarships

Ecology students Malavika Rajeev and Theresa Stratmann were among the three University of Georgia Honors students?a record number?awarded 2012 Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation Scholarships.

Ecology students awarded Goldwater Scholarships

Ecology majors Theresa Stratmann and Buck Trible have been awarded 2012 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships, two of the four received by UGA students this year.

Two UGA students awarded 2011 NSEP David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholarships for international study

Ecology major Rosemary Gay of Douglasville is one of two UGA students to receive a National Security Education Program David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholarship for international language study during the 2011-2012 academic year.

Delia Owens creates ecology fellowship at University of Georgia

Delia Owens, author of “Where the Crawdads Sing,” recently made a $50,000 commitment to the University of Georgia to establish the Delia Owens Fellowship in Ecology.

Deans Corner, May 2023

Spring at the Odum School has been eventful, and finals and graduation are just around the corner. A few highlights of the past month include:  UGA Honors Week took place

UGA graduate student brings public education to freshwater conservation, GIS mapping

It’s fitting that Carleisha Hanns grew up to be a cartographer—her early life spanned continents. She was born in Belgium and raised in Tennessee by military parents who lived and