Future Academic Scholars in Teaching (FAST) Fellowship. An award sponsored by the Michigan State University Graduate School and the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL) that provides opportunities for a diverse group of graduate students to have mentored teaching experiences and to gain familiarity with materials on teaching and assessment techniques. April 2016. $2,000.
Heart and Soul Award. Award from Michigan Campus Compact and Michigan State University that recognizes a student for their outstanding commitment to service-learning and civic engagement. Nominated by Heather Triezenberg, Ph.D. March 2016.
Red Cedar Fly Fishers Graduate Fellowship in Fisheries Management. Competitive award from the Red Cedar Fly Fishers for a graduate student at Michigan State University (MSU) who is pursuing a career in a fisheries related field. February 2016. $1,000.
Environmental Science and Public Policy Student Travel Grant. Competitive travel award to support graduate student attendance and participation in interdisciplinary conferences: the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting (Portland, OR). August 2015. $500.
Clark Hubbs Student Research Award. A competitive travel award from the American Institute of Fishery Research Biologists to support graduate student attendance and participation in fisheries conferences: the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting (Portland, OR). August 2015. $500.
William W. Taylor and Henry A. Regier Great Lakes Fisheries Fellowship. A doctoral fellowship from MSU and the Great Lakes Fishery Commission (GLFC) that is awarded to a graduate student performing research related to Great Lakes fisheries ecology, governance, or management. Award recipients demonstrate a dedication to understanding factors affecting the sustainability of Great Lakes fisheries ecosystems along with excellent academic credentials, evidence of leadership, ability to communicate to the public as well as professional communities, and the ability to solve problems creatively. June 2015. $135,000.
Environmental Science and Public Policy Student Travel Grant. Competitive travel award to support graduate student attendance and participation in interdisciplinary conferences: Global Conference on Inland Fisheries (Rome, Italy). January 2015. $500.
Graduate Student Research Enhancement Award. Competitive award to support activities that enhance a graduate student's research project: attendance and participation in the Global Conference on Inland Fisheries (Rome, Italy). January 2015. $1,000.
Academic Award. One-time award to support activities that enhance a graduate student's research project: travel, attendance, and participation in GLFC professional meetings. November 2014. $5,000.
Tucky Wheeler Hobbs Fellowship. Competitive award from Gamma Phi Beta International Sorority to support a graduate student pursuing a degree in the science field. June 2014. $1,275.
Graduate Student Organization Travel Grant. Competitive travel award from the MSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife to support graduate student attendance and participation in professional meetings and conferences: the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting (Québec, Canada). June 2014. $150.
Janice Lee Fenske Excellence in Fisheries Management Fellowship. Competitive fellowship from the MSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife that pairs a graduate student with a university and fisheries management agency mentor on a fisheries research or outreach project. March 2014. $5,000.
Graduate Research Assistantship. A doctoral assistantship from MSU. August 2013. $44,000.
Hewlett Endowed Fund for Environmental Studies and Marine Affairs. Competitive award from the University of Washington's (UW) School of Marine and Environmental Affairs that supports a graduate student who works at the interface between natural science and social science or natural science and policy. June 2013. $2,000.
Jay Ginter Memorial Scholarship. Competitive award from the UW's School of Marine and Environmental Affairs that supports a graduate student whose graduate research relates to fisheries and spans science and policy. June 2012. $2,000.
School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Academic Award. Recruitment award from UW's School of Marine and Environmental Affairs. September 2011. $5,000.
Michigan State University Dean's List. An honor for full-time undergraduate students who earn a 3.50 or better grade-point average for the courses totaling 12 or more credits for a given semester. 2007 - 2011.
Bradford E. Brown Student Scholar Award. Competitive fellowship from the Northeast Fisheries Science Center that provides a paid summer internship experience with one of their programs and/or laboratories. March 2011. $6,000.
Michigan State University Fisheries and Wildlife Faculty Outstanding Senior Award. Competitive award, which goes to the senior undergraduate student in Fisheries and Wildlife who has demonstrated high scholastic achievement and has contributed to the goals of the University, the Department, and to the fisheries and wildlife profession. This award is nominated and voted on by the Fisheries and Wildlife faculty. February 2011. $2,000.
International Wildlife Undergraduate Award. Competitive award from Michigan State University's Department of Fisheries and Wildlife that recognizes an undergraduate student who has demonstrated a commitment and passion to global issues in wildlife conservation. February 2011. $1,000.
Greek Academic of the Year Finalist. Competitive award from Gamma Phi Beta International Sorority that recognizes active undergraduate students with the highest grade-point averages. November 2010.
Rebecca Humphries Undergraduate Award. Competitive award from Michigan State University's Department of Fisheries and Wildlife that recognizes and facilitates undergraduate students from underserved communities to become future leaders in conservation. February 2010. $1,000.
Presidential Student Abroad Award. Competitive travel award from Michigan State University for undergraduate students with domestic out-of-state residency for tuition purposes for use with an MSU-sponsored Study Abroad program: Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture (Santander, Spain). May 2009. $3,000.
Freshman Study Abroad Award. Competitive travel award from Michigan State University for undergraduate students for use with an MSU-sponsored Study Abroad program: Freshman Seminar Abroad (Yucatán Peninsula, México). May 2007. $250.
Honors College National Scholarship. Competitive eight semester scholarship awarded to non-resident undergraduate students who join the Honors College as an incoming freshman. The scholarship is awarded based on grade-point average, class rank, standardized test scores, or similar criteria. May 2007. $60,000.
Howard Barnes Memorial Award. Competitive award from the Northeast Community Challenge Coalition (NECC) that supports graduating high school seniors who have worked with the NECC Youth Coalition to promote positive youth development. March 2007. $500.
General Electric Star Award. Competitive award from General Electric (GE) that supports graduating high school seniors, who are children of eligible GE employees and retirees worldwide. March 2007. $3,000.
National Earthwatch Science Award. Competitive award from Earthwatch Institute that provides high school students with a fully-funded, scientific research expedition alongside scientists and other students in a natural landscape: "Salmon of the Pacific Northwest" (Puget Sound, WA). June 2006. $6,000.
Biology Student of the Year Award. Competitive award from Ursuline Academy that recognizes one high school student with the highest grade in biology and the greatest potential for future leadership in the professional science community. May 2005.
Molly J. Good, Ph.D. Candidate
Taylor and Regier Great Lakes Fisheries Fellow, Boone and Crockett Fellow
Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability
Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
Michigan State University
115 Manly Miles Building
1405 South Harrison Road
East Lansing, Michigan 48823, USA
(517) 432-5025 (phone)
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