Scholarships & Awards

Marine Sciences

The Friends of Long Marine Lab Student Award
The Friends of Long Marine Lab (FLML), a volunteer support organization affiliated with IMS, has committed funds to support both student research and education projects in the marine sciences. For student research, all geographic areas of study will be considered. For marine science education, the projects must be affiliated with the public education program at the Seymour Center at LML. Awards will be made to both undergraduate students and graduate students (both masters and doctoral). No awards will be greater than $1,200. The average award is typically $500-$700.
Contact: Institute for Marine Sciences, Katherine Moore, kmoore@ucsc.edu or (831) 459-4568.

The Jane McHenry Student Award
To support student research in the marine sciences.The Friends of Long Marine Lab (FLML), a volunteer support organization affiliated with IMS, has committed funds to support both student research and education projects in the marine sciences. For student research, all geographic areas of study will be considered. For marine science education, the projects must be affiliated with the public education program at the Seymour Center at LML. Awards will be made to both undergraduate students and graduate students (both masters and doctoral). No awards will be greater than $1,200. The average award is typically $500-$700.
Contact: Institute for Marine Sciences, Katherine Moore, kmoore@ucsc.edu or (831) 459-4568.

The Ken Norris Student Research Endowment
Funds for undergraduate and graduate research on marine mammals.The Friends of Long Marine Lab (FLML), a volunteer support organization affiliated with IMS, has committed funds to support both student research and education projects in the marine sciences. For student research, all geographic areas of study will be considered. For marine science education, the projects must be affiliated with the public education program at the Seymour Center at LML. Awards will be made to both undergraduate students and graduate students (both masters and doctoral). No awards will be greater than $1,200. The average award is typically $500-$700.
Contact: Institute for Marine Sciences, Katherine Moore, kmoore@ucsc.edu or (831) 459-4568.

The Lillian McPherson Rouse Student Award
To support worthy students in marine research at LML or in the Monterey Bay area. The Friends of Long Marine Lab (FLML), a volunteer support organization affiliated with IMS, has committed funds to support both student research and education projects in the marine sciences. For student research, all geographic areas of study will be considered. For marine science education, the projects must be affiliated with the public education program at the Seymour Center at LML. Awards will be made to both undergraduate students and graduate students (both masters and doctoral). No awards will be greater than $1,200. The average award is typically $500-$700.
Contact: Institute for Marine Sciences, Katherine Moore, kmoore@ucsc.edu or (831) 459-4568.

The Mark T. MacMillian Memorial Scholarship
To an outstanding undergraduate student of Marine Biology for an undergraduate research project that is publishable in a scientific journal. The Friends of Long Marine Lab (FLML), a volunteer support organization affiliated with IMS, has committed funds to support both student research and education projects in the marine sciences. For student research, all geographic areas of study will be considered. For marine science education, the projects must be affiliated with the public education program at the Seymour Center at LML. Awards will be made to both undergraduate students and graduate students (both masters and doctoral). No awards will be greater than $1,200. The average award is typically $500-$700.
Contact: Institute for Marine Sciences, Katherine Moore, kmoore@ucsc.edu or (831) 459-4568.

The William Beye Heald Scholarship
Provides scholarships to undergraduates and graduates in marine sciences with demonstrated academic ability and financial need (not to be the limiting criterion). The Friends of Long Marine Lab (FLML), a volunteer support organization affiliated with IMS, has committed funds to support both student research and education projects in the marine sciences. For student research, all geographic areas of study will be considered. For marine science education, the projects must be affiliated with the public education program at the Seymour Center at LML. Awards will be made to both undergraduate students and graduate students (both masters and doctoral). No awards will be greater than $1,200. The average award is typically $500-$700.
Contact: Institute for Marine Sciences, Katherine Moore, kmoore@ucsc.edu or (831) 459-4568.