LAKERS TOGETHER: Grand Valley is preparing for successful learning experiences when classes resume on Aug. 31. Learn more about the plan for fall in this handbook.
Throughout the year, many different types of funds become available for use towards sustainable projects and proposals. Some of these funds can be awarded to either student, faculty or staff members in the form of scholarships, grants or loans. See the full list below.
For undergraduate students
Number of Scholarships Awarded: Varies
Deadine: March 1, 2020
Description: Nichols, established in 1936, is a distributor of products to clean, protect and package in the Great Lakes Region. This scholarship was created in 2006 to reward students who commit to making a difference when it comes to environmental, social and fiscal responsibility; demonstrate Nichols commitment to sustainability; acknowledge Nichols customers when they demonstrate their commitment to sustainability.
Eligibility: Candidates must be in their junior or senior year and earned a minimum of 55 credits (24 hours must be GVSU credits). Must be full-time degree seeking in any undergraduate major. Must be making satisfactory academic progress.
Renewal Criteria: This scholarship is not automatically renewable, current recipients may reapply.
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship welcomes proposals from faculty across the university who wish to collaborate with students to study or contribute to the systems in place at the Sustainable Agriculture Project (SAP). Funding of up to $6000 is available annually.
Students who receive these fellowships are expected to work on their projects approximately 12 weeks (400 hours) in the spring/summer. S3 provides the following support for scholars and mentors: $4,000 Student Stipend; $3,000 Faculty Stipend (any or all can be transferred to project supplies); $750 Project Supplies.
Any GVSU student with an interdisciplinary research project in the areas described below is eligible to apply. Students must have a faculty mentor who understands interdisciplinary research methods and knowledge.
The purpose of the fund is to honor Dave’s legacy by providing financial support for a “lead intern” at the Sustainable Agriculture Project who exemplifies Dave’s natural leadership and mentorship skills. The awardee will be named the “Dave Feenstra Sustainable Agriculture Intern Leader.”