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Undergraduate Student Enhancement Grants

Are you interested in starting a research project, attending a conference or pursuing an internship? If so, we offer a number of Undergraduate Student Enhancement Grants to help support those endeavors. The application period closed on March 15, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.

George A. Myles Natural Resources Undergraduate Student Enhancement Grant

These grants (up to $1000 per applicant) are available to enhance student experiences in Forest Resources Management, Wood Sciences, Wildlife and Fisheries Resources, and Energy Land Management in the School of Natural Resources.These grants will be used by junior and senior undergraduate students (credit hours earned must exceed 60 hours to be eligible for this award) in the above mentioned majors to enhance undergraduate research projects, attend conferences, or assist with an internship program.

Grant requests should not exceed $1000.

Emory and Emma Thomas Student Fund

This Endowment provides funds to assist undergraduate students from all majors within West Virginia University Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources & Design .The fund supplies support for travel to conferences, undergraduate research, and international travel or to support internship opportunities. The fund can be utilized for travel, accommodations, housing or other needs related to the previously mentioned activities benefiting the West Virginia University Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources & Design. Consistent with the Endowment Purpose, expenditures from the fund shall be determined and approved by the Dean of the West Virginia University Davis College of Natural Resources & Design. Funds shall be awarded in the name of the Emory and Emma Thomas Student Fund.

Grant requests should not exceed $500. 

Fashion, Dress and Merchandising Travel Fund

This fund provides funds for Fashion, Dress and Merchandising students to travel as a part of the Disegno Italia study abroad program in the summer and New York Study Tour in the spring semester. Students are eligible for up to $250 for the New York Study Tour and up to $3,000 for the Disegno Italia Study Abroad program.

Joan Oty Moran Scholarship

Funds shall be used annually or otherwise to support international travel for students in the WVU Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design who are regularly enrolled as undergraduate students in the interior design program. The recipients shall have demonstrated a) need for financial assistance as determined by the WVU Office of Financial Aid and b) a record of high academic achievement as determined by appropriate officials of the WVU Davis College. Travel scholarships shall be awarded in the memory of Joan Oty Moran.