Up to three Horton Research Grants may be awarded each year in support of Ph.D. candidates in hydrology or water resources research. The Horton Research Grant was first awarded in 1983 to Jane L. Stockman.
This grant awards up to $2,000 to AGU student members who have designated Near-Surface as one of their AGU affiliations. If funding exists, more than one award may be made in a year.
In addition to the cash award, GSSI will make loaner equipment available for the winner(s) to use. GSSI will coordinate this equipment loan directly with the student winner(s) and will do their best to coordinate and make any necessary GSSI equipment available.
This grant is being established through the generosity of Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc. (GSSI) in order to support AGU’s Near-Surface Geophysics Section’s student scientists conducting field geophysical research using Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) and Electromagnetic (EM) methods.
The American Geophysical Union is accepting applications for the Dr. Edmond M. Dewan Young Scientist Scholarship for Atmospheric Sciences and Space Physics. This scholarship targets graduate students studying atmospheric science and space physics. Its purpose is to encourage graduate level students to work on problems in the areas of atmospheric science and space physics.