Grants and Awards
A number of grants and awards are available at UW--Green Bay to provide financial support to graduate students pursuing a graduate degree in ES&P.
Eligibility requirements for grants and awards vary. Students should contact Graduate Studies for more information.
Global Citizen Scholarship
This Short-Term Study Abroad semi-annual scholarship competition is awarded to a student that can use it toward a study abroad travel during upcoming Winterim term.
Heirloom Research Grants
Up to $2000 is available to graduate students who have a thesis project related to the natural or applied sciences and have an advisor or committee member in the Natural & Applied Sciences department. Funds may be used for research related expenses.
Heirloom Travel Grants
Up to $500 is available annually to graduate students for travel expenses related to attending scientific conferences. Students must have a thesis project related to the natural or applied sciences and have an advisor or committee member in the Natural & Applied Sciences department.
Cofrin Research Grants
Funds are available to students to complete research projects on any of the six natural areas managed by the Cofrin Center for Biodiversity. See www.uwgb.edu/biodiversity for details.
Land Trust Grants
One grant of up to $1000 is provided each year for students conducting research related to conservation of a land trust managed natural area or conservation area in northeastern Wisconsin, with preference given to research conducted at the Baird Creek Parkway or at The Ridges Sanctuary.
Oustanding Thesis Award
Each year one thesis is selected by a committee made up of faculty from the Es&P program to receive this award.
Advanced Opportunity Grant (AOP)
The AOP grant is funded by the State of Wisconsin, and is intended to encourage and assist graduate minority and/or disadvantaged students with educational costs.
Learn more about the AOP grant on the Financial Aid website
Wisconsin Indian Grant (WIG)
Awards under this program are made to Wisconsin residents who are at least 25% Native American and are undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in degree or certificate programs at University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Technical College, independent colleges and universities or proprietary institutions based in Wisconsin. Awards are based on financial need with a limit of ten semesters of eligibility. HEAB has an informal matching arrangement with grant funds awarded by the Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs and Wisconsin Tribal governments.