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Redfield Graduate Fellowship

The James A. and Ann Redfield Graduate Fellowship aims to support graduate students in the fields of population ecology, evolution, behavior, and genetics. Funds from the award may be used as a stipend, to support travel for conferences or workshops, or in support of research.

Eligibility

All currently enrolled Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Ph.D. students engaged in dissertation research.

To Apply

Applications must be submitted directly to the Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior graduate program during the spring semester to compete for funding to be awarded in late April. A call for applications and instructions are sent to eligible students in the spring.

Redfield Fellows

Congratulations to our 2020 award winner Dylan Gomes

Dylan Gomes

Advisor: Dr. Jesse Barber, Biological Sciences
Project Title: Spider Survival and Reproduction in a Noisy World

Past Awardees

  • Karl Mertens

    Karl Mertens

    Award Year: 2019
    Advisor: Dr. John Ziker, Anthropology
    Project Title: Decision Making and Sustainability in a Protected Forest

    Ph.D. Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Program

    Award Year: 2019
    Advisor: Dr. John Ziker, Anthropology
    Project Title: Decision Making and Sustainability in a Protected Forest

  • Jason Winiarski

    Jason Winiarski

    Award Year: 2018
    Advisor: Dr. Julie Heath, Biological Sciences
    Project Title: Evaluating ‘PhenoCam’ Technology to Monitor Shifting Spring Green-Up and its Consequences for Breeding Birds

    Ph.D. Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Program

    Award Year: 2018
    Advisor: Dr. Julie Heath, Biological Sciences
    Project Title: Evaluating ‘PhenoCam’ Technology to Monitor Shifting Spring Green-Up and its Consequences for Breeding Birds