Fellowships & Assistantships

There are many funding opportunities for Entomology students. Many of the fellowships listed below are awarded each spring, and support entomology students for the following academic year. Click the name of each fellowship for more information, a list of recent recipients, and the opportunity to give.

 

Dr. Allan G. Peterson Fellowship

This fellowship provides support for master's degree students enrolled in the Department of Entomology at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities.

Lugger-Radcliffe Fellowship

This fund supports full-time prospective or current graduate students working toward Master of Science or doctoral degrees in the Department of Entomology. 

McLaughlin Gormley King (MGK) Fellowship

McLaughlin Gormley King (MGK) is a 5th generation, family owned innovative pest management company, located in Minneapolis, with strong ties to the University of Minnesota. The purpose of the MGK Fellowship is to attract and recruit high-caliber PhD students to the Department of Entomology, and to encourage more graduate students to consider careers with industry. 

Marion Brooks-Wallace Graduate Fellowship Fund

This fellowship supports graduate students in the Department of Entomology at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. 

Morris and Elaine Soffer Rockstein Fellowship Fund

This fellowship supports graduate students in the University of Minnesota's Department of Entomology, which provides research and education that inspires society to value the environmental contributions of insects and their relatives. 

Sping and Ying-ngoh Lin Graduate Fund

This fellowship supports graduate students in the Department of Entomology at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Recipients are not only active with their own research, but also participate in outreach, including local K-12 activities. 

Additional Information

Please visit the  College of Food, Agriculture, and Natural Resource Sciences - CFANS website for additional information about fellowships and assistantships.

Please visit our Giving page for additional opportunities to support the Department of Entomology.