The online Graduate Scholarship Application System will begin receiving scholarship applications on November 1, 2013.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are applying to multiple scholarships, an application and supporting documents are required for each scholarship.
In January 2014, Freeman Center will award four graduate scholarships. One student from each of the following departments: Agriculture, Biology, Anthropology (Forensic focus), and Geography are eligible for the award. Each award is $3,000, of which no more than $1,500 is a stipend, and $1,500 is project support. The appointment as a Freeman Fellow is for two calendar years, but there is only one financial award. Research for this award must involve Freeman Center, formerly known as Freeman Ranch, in some manner. At the end of the active appointment (2 years), or sooner, each awardee will submit a terminal research report to Freeman Center. Freeman Fellows and their research will be featured on the Freeman Center web page.
Please contact Dr. Donald J. Huebner for questions regarding this graduate scholarship.
Other graduate scholarship information can be found at the links listed below.