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The following scholarships are available to students in environmental science, geography or geology. Unless otherwise noted, application materials can be picked up in the center office in Hudson Hall Room 102.
All applications require:
Deadline: Applications are due by March 11 in the Center for Earth and Environmental Science office in Hudson 102.
Typically 3–5 $1,500 awards are given out each year to current center students, incoming freshmen and transfer students, and a student from Clinton Community College transferring to CEES at SUNY Plattsburgh. Students can reapply for subsequent years. Separate applications available in the center’s office, Hudson 132, and also sent to all current center students.
Available only to seniors in the applied environmental science program at Miner Center. Open only to students residing at Miner and taking 12 credits in the AESP. Scholarship applications are included in the Miner AESP application materials. Selection based on merit.
Supported by CEES alumni. Second semester freshmen only should apply. Selection based on merit.
Upper division CEES student participating in undergraduate research. Requires letter of support from research director and participation in undergraduate research credits. Selection based on merit.
Open to any environmental science, geography or geology student. Selection based on merit.
Upcoming senior in environmental science, geography or geology based on overall performance. Selection based on merit.
Available to a student doing undergraduate research or study in the field of alternative energy. Applications available in office of the Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, Hudson 101.
SUNY undergraduate student to honor Mr. Santandrea's love for the Adirondack Mts. and respect for the environment. Application materials available from the Office for Campus Life.
Applicant must have initiated a semester of study abroad in a Latin American country. Selection based on merit and need.
Environmental science or geography student participating in local land use planning, environmental education or field research. Selection based on merit and need.
To learn more about the Center for Earth and Environmental Science, please contact:
Dr. Edwin Romanowicz, Director
Office: Hudson Hall 132
Phone: (518) 564-2028
Toll-Free Phone: (877) 554-1041
Fax: (518) 564-5267