Dorothy and Kenneth Langmaid Forest Soils and Tree Growth Scholarship
Category(s): Recommended by Department or Faculty
Value: up to $10,000/year
Number: 1 per year
Duration: up to : 2 years (Master
The Scholarship is open to students in graduate studies in the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, New Brunswick. The scholarship shall be awarded to a graduate student enrolled in MScF or PhD program at the University of New Brunswick whose studies should focus on forest soils and/or relationships between forest soils and/or other factors (climate, hydrology, forest management and other landscape disturbance regimes) that influence tree growth. For annual renewal, the student must demonstrate excellent progress toward his/her degree.
Donor: Dorothy and Kenneth Langmaid Forest Soils and Tree Growth Scholarship Fund
Apply: Fundy Community Foundation will inform the University of New Brunswick Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management of the amount of scholarship funds available each year based on the investment income attributed to the Fund. The Faculty will then put out a call for nominations. Nominations must be submitted to the Faculty in the form of a letter of nomination from the nominee’s supervisor, outlining the nominee’s research and explaining why the nominee is a good candidate for the Dorothy and Kenneth Langmaid Forest Soils and Tree Growth Scholarship; and a complete transcript (unofficial is acceptable). The Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management will then strike a selection committee to go over the nominations, and will contact the Fundy Community Foundation with names of recommended scholarship recipients based on the criteria established above. The Fundy Community Foundation will then make the final decision and inform the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management as to who is to receive the scholarship.
Awarding Agency: The University of New Brunswick
Recommendation needed from faculty?: No
Full/Part time: Full time