Options for Supporting Student Fellowships and Scholarships

»Sping and Ying-ngoh Lin Fellowship:

Your gift supplies additional educational experiences for graduate students. Double your donation, through the Graduate School Match program!

»Morris and Elaine Soffer Rockstein Fellowship:

Your gift helps us attact graduate students to the Department of Entomology. Double your donation, through the Graduate School Match program!

»Marion Brooks-Wallace Graduate Fellowship:

Your gift ensures a supply of outstanding entomologists, who receive additional experiences and training outside their core project during their graduate education. Double your donation, through the Graduate School Match program!

»Lugger-Radcliffe Fellowship

To support a prospective or current graduate student enrolled at the University according to the following criteria: a) full-time, b) graduate students working toward their M.S. or Ph.D. degrees, c) or, prospective M.S. or Ph.D. graduate students being recruited, d) enrolled, or soon to be enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (or current college), e) studying entomology, f) demonstrating academic excellence, g) and research interests in sustainable integrated pest management (IPM), including applied ecology of arthropod pests within agricultural or forest ecosystems, which may also include research on pollinator health.

»Dr. Allan G. Peterson Fellowship

Fellowship support for Masters degree students in the Entomology Department.

»Philip Harein Graduate Fellowship

To support a graduate student in the Department of Entomology studying structural pest management.

»Robert C. Hodson Memorial Undergraduate Entomology Fund

Fund is to be used to recognize outstanding undergraduate students in the Department of Entomology, who have demonstrated a keen interest in arthropod biology, via their research experience in the Department of Entomology and excellent academic performance.  Research experience can be demonstrated as co-authorship on publications, the presentation of research results at one or more scientific meetings, and/or a letter or recommendation confirming their lab/field research abilities by their primary advisor (faculty, staff or graduate student).  Students enrolled in the Entomology minor are encouraged to apply, but this is not a requirement if the award.

»Hodson Graduate Alumni Award

Award for alumni that have received their highest degree in an entomological program from the University of Minnesota at least five years before nomination.