Annually, the award of $2,000 provides financial aid toward summer studies to encourage study in pure botany. It addresses the need to promote the study of field botany to the horticulture public and increase the awareness of the importance of botany to horticulture. With this scholarship, young men and women who have demonstrated a keen interest in botany can pursue studies specifically related to field botany. It does not support time spent on research and lab work. The summer projects can be pursued beyond the regular course of study to gain additional knowledge and experience. Work may award academic credit but should be in addition to required courses. Study must be in the United States.
Type: Undergraduate Study, Graduate Study
Application Available: Organization Website
Class Level: Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate Student