The Harlan Roepke Field Studies Award is a $1000 scholarship awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student(s) participating in a geology field studies program. The recipient is selected by either academic achievement or by financial need, although financial need is not required.
The recipient(s) must participate in a geology field studies program.
Consideration is given to both academic and financial need, although financial need is not required.
This award is available to both undergraduate and graduate students.
How to Apply
The department of Environment, Geology and Natural Resources committee determines who receives this scholarship; no application is required.