This award is named in honor of Thomas P. Harlan, whose career at the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research ran from 1957 to 2013 and included important fieldwork among the bristlecone pines of the White Mountains of California. It is a scholarship fund to support outstanding contributions by a graduate or undergraduate student working in the LTRR on research related to bristlecone pine.
This program provides six graduate fellowships per year to exceptional graduate students interested in promoting the understanding of space-related research to the public and who are studying in space sciences/engineering, public policy, earth sciences, science education, and global change-related fields.
The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to college sophomores and juniors for leadership, public service, and commitment to issues related to American Indian nations or to the environment.
The UBRP enhances undergraduate education by partnering with research resources of the University of Arizona to provide opportunities for students to participate in mentored, self-directed work which contributes to the fund of new knowledge.
The UROC administers a number of undergraduate research programs, including NSF-funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs). In addition, the program supports opportunities for research training and graduate school preparation through faculty mentorships, professional development and graduate admissions workshops, GRE workshops, social opportunities, and presentation opportunities.
The intent of the McGinnies Graduate Scholarship is to provide additional support to graduate students whose dissertation research concerns physical and biological processes in the world's arid and semiarid lands.
Travel stipends to professional meetings are available for graduate students pursuing a PhD, MA/JD, graduate certificate, or PhD minor in Gender & Women’s Studies at the University of Arizona. Funding may be provided to individuals traveling to a conference to present a paper or who have or will be attending a conference which they can demonstrate will advance their research and professional goals.