Department of Integrative Biology
Gift code: A514
Description: Department discretionary fund.
E John R. Shaver, Ph.D. Graduate Student Fund in Zoology
Gift code: A5147
Description: The income will support graduate studies in the Department of Zoology as determined by the Chairperson. Expenditures may include, but are not limited to, supplementary or summer stipends, graduate student travel, and research supplies.
E Jeffrey Boettcher Fund for Field Study in Biology
Gift code: A51400
Description: Student / Endowment.
X Department of Integrative Biology Excellence in Teaching Fund
Gift code: A5141
Description: Programmatic / Expendable.
X Hyena Research Fund
Gift code: A51410
Description: Research / Expendable.
F Lee R. and Jane A. Schwocho Fellowship Award for Fisheries Biology Research
Gift code: A514110
Description: This fund provides support to graduate students studying some aspect of fish biology, conservation, ecology, or a similar area. Preference shall be given to students working on projects or research related to fish and fishing related subjects relevant to Michigan or Northeast U.S. waters.
E Kathleen M. Franz Zoo and Aquarium Internship Scholarship
Gift code: A514111
Description: Funds will provide internship scholarship support for promising students who evidence potential with preference given to students with financial need who would have to take out a loan or work a second job to pay for this experience.
F Carl Lindquist Endowed Research Professorship
Gift code: A514112
Description: Expendable amounts will be used to support a professorship. The professorship will be awarded to individuals who combine externally recognized, exemplary scholarly accomplishment and/or potential in the field of Integrative Biology.
F Carl Lindquist Endowed Undergraduate Scholarship
Gift code: A514113
Description: This fund provides scholarship support for undergraduate students in their junior or senior year who intend to earn a degree in the Integrative Biology Department. Preference will be given to students who are transferring to MSU from a ‘junior’ or ‘community’ college. Special preference will be given to those students transferring from out-of-state, specifically the state of Illinois. Applicants will demonstrate a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4-point scale, 4.0 on a 5-point scale or demonstrate grades within the top 20% of their class or higher at MSU or at the institution they are transferring from.
E Dr. Marvin Hensley Endowed Scholarship Fund in Zoology
Gift code: A5143
Description: This fund supports undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the Department of Zoology.
X The Prostate Fund
Gift code: A5144
Description: Programmatic / Expendable.
E John T. and Helen M. Snider Endowed Professorship
Gift code: A5145
Description: The Professorship will be awarded to a regular, tenure-track faculty candidate. This position will include teaching, research, and/or administration of zoo and aquarium sciences based in the Department of Zoology.
F Mr. and Mrs. Barbara J. Frey and Nicholas R. Thines Zoo Internship Endowed Scholarship Fund
Gift code: A5146
Description: Recipients must have reached junior or senior status in the Zoo and Aquarium concentration and have at least three quarters of major requirements completed. Preference shall be given to students who demonstrate sound academic achievement and excellent learning skills.
F Joseph John Hauser Endowed Department of Zoology Strategic Initiatives
Gift code: A5148
Description: The endowment will be used for the Department of Zoology purposes at the discretion of its Chairperson.
E The Richard and Susan Hill Fund for Instructional Field Study
Gift code: A5149
Description: Expendable amounts will be used to support undergraduate instructional field experiences conducted under the leadership of faculty members. Strong preference will be given to instructional field experiences taking place in the United States or Canada.
E George J. Wallace and Martha C. Wallace Endowed Scholarship
Gift code: AG1700
Description: Recipients shall be graduate students, or advanced undergraduate students, with exceptional academic records and pursuing a Master's or Doctorial level research program in Ornithology. Preference will be given to specialties in Behavioral, Ecological or Systematic research on birds.