The University of Michigan Biological Station (UMBS) is pleased to offer the Project CLEAR Fund Fellowship for summer 2015. Our field station has been located on Douglas Lake near Pellston, Michigan (in the heart of the Great Lakes) for over 100 years. Our research footprint in the Great Lakes is large!
ELIGIBILITY: Graduate or undergraduate students who will conduct independent research on freshwater ecosystems (e.g. water quality improvement, ecosystem protection or stewardship, or freshwater sustainability); involve/engage local communities in their research/research findings; and enroll concurrently in 1 summer sessionfield class at UMBS.
SUPPORT: This fellowship provides room, board, research fees and supplies at UMBS. The Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council is participating with UMBS to help fellows find and engage appropriate communities.
A note about course enrollment: This fellowship does not cover tuition for the field class. However, we have separate financial aid forstudents taking classes for which you should apply.
TO APPLY: Send resume and letter of interest to UMBS Associate Director Karie Slavik.