Dr. Laurel Salton Clark Memorial Graduate Fellowship
Announcement of Opportunity 2014-2015
Submittal Deadline: January
About The Program:
Award Announcements: March 14, 2014
The Dr. Laurel Salton Clark Memorial Graduate Fellowship Award was established
in 2004 in honor of Dr. Laurel Clark, Columbia Space Shuttle astronaut and
resident of Wisconsin. The award is granted annually to a promising Wisconsin
graduate student (attending a WSGC member institution) pursuing studies in the
fields of environmental or life sciences, whose research has an aerospace
component. Additionally, the WSGC seeks to support those students who personify
the qualities of leadership, intellectual balance, and an ongoing commitment to
improving the human condition that were the hallmarks of Dr. Clark's life.
Current & Past Award Recipients
$5000 for the next academic year.
To apply for this fellowship, you must meet the following minimum requirements:
- U.S. citizen
- enrolled full-time in, admitted to, or applied to any graduate degree program at
a WSGC college or university
- Minimum 3.0 GPA (Proposals that include a GPA of less than 3.0 will be evaluated
on a case-by-case basis.)
- above average GRE scores
- research or engineering design in an environmental or life sciences field
related to space or aerospace
- completed application packet (see Additional Requirements link below)
- Applicant must show a broad, balanced set of interests and pursuits outside the
field of science
- Applicant must demonstrate the qualities of leadership and an ongoing commitment
to improving the human condition.
Please read the Additional Requirements
After acceptance, please read What Recipients Need To Know.
The Consortium invites applications for Dr. Laurel Salton Clark Memorial Graduate Fellowship Award for the 2013-2014 academic year. Application forms must be completed, and be accompanied by supporting documentation. The Consortium especially encourages applications from members of minority groups, women, and persons with disabilities, and from those pursuing interdisciplinary aerospace studies in, but not limited to, engineering, the sciences, architecture, law, business, nursing and medicine. Award winners will be chosen based on academic performance, space-related promise, and the application.
To Apply: Application Form
For instructions on applying, please read the Laurel Clark Graduate Fellowship Application Instructions
Questions about this Program? contact:
Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
2420 Nicolet Drive
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54311-7001
Phone: (920) 465-2108