BOTANICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA'S BILL DAHL GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARDS including the J. S. KARLING GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD.
The purpose of these awards is to promote graduate student research in the botanical sciences. The award provides $1500 to support each recipient’s research proposal. Applicants must be current members of the Botanical Society of America. Click here for more information and to see past winners.
In 2023 a new graduate student research award was established in memory of AJ Harris. AJ was a long-time member of BSA and and the leading organizer of the Beringia symposium at Botany 2022 in Anchorage, has led Colloquia at Botany Conferences, and was a staunch supporter and promoter of women in botany and diversity at all levels. Her research endeavors were highly integrative, spanning traditional specimen-based science, paleobotany, phylogenomics, biogeography, and computational biology. The new AJ Harris Graduate Student Research Award will be given for the first time in 2024 to a GSRA applicant whose research aligns with AJ's and will be in the amount of $1000. If you would like to be considered for the AJ Harris award please click the checkbox in the award application.
This award group (including the John S. Karling Award) is designed to promote graduate student research in the botanical sciences. To be eligible, one must be a member of the Botanical Society of America (BSA), a registered full-time graduate student, have a faculty research advisor who is also a member of the BSA, and not have won the award previously.
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