The Ken and Cindy Campbell Graduate Student Travel Scholarship was established in 2015 to support graduate students researching water-related issues in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering (ABE) at the University of Florida/IFAS. Scholarships of up to $1000 are awarded in support of expenses related to travel to research projects, competitions, presentation of a paper at a professional conference with attendance at an academic or professional organizational meeting, and participation in a competitive unpaid internship or workshop.
To be eligible for this award:
You must be a UF graduate student in the Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department.
Although first priority will be given to Ph.D. students in the general hydrology/water quality area of research, outstanding applications from Master’s students in the same area are also encouraged.
When to Apply
All application materials are due by May 1 for the academic year.
The awardee agrees to:
Provide a written report summarizing impact of the funds to the department chair.
Create a two-minute video showing the importance of your research and submit it to the ABE competition.
Send a thank you note to Ken and Cindy Campbell attaching report and video.