ES&P Scholar Awards

ES&P Pine Lake Research Scholar Award
The Pine Lake ES&P Research Scholarship is awarded annually, on a competitive basis, to students who plan to conduct student-faculty collaborative research at the R.R. Smith Environmental Field Laboratory at Pine Lake. This scholarship, designed to support summer research, provides a stipend up to $3,000 to support 8-10 weeks of research.

2013
The Geochemical Analysis of a Kettle Lake
Keith O'Connor '15 (Prof. Balogh-Brunstad)

Robert V. Riddell State Park Stream Monitoring
Andrea Nieves '15 (Prof. Kuhlmann)

Forest and Stream Surveys at Robert V. Riddell State Park
Connor Beckett '16 (Prof. Fauth)

Invasive Plant Species Mapping and Removal in Robert V. Riddell State Park
Jenna Rodrigues '14 (Prof. Fauth)

2012
Invasive Plant Species at Robert V. Riddell State Park
Alice Denny '13 (Prof. Fauth)

Effects of an Invasive Crayfish on a Stream Community
Andrea Nieves '15 (Prof. Kuhlmann)

2011
Collaborative Field Research at Robert V. Riddell State Park
Liam Heiland '13 (Prof. Fauth)

2010
Geochemistry of the Susquehanna River and Pine Lake Area
Andrew Parisi '11 (Profs. Balogh-Brunstad, Johnson)

Effect of Vegetation on Soil Development and Soil Water Chemistry
Katie Watson '11 (Profs. Balogh-Brunstad, Dudek)

ES&P International Scholar Award
The ES&P International Scholarship is awarded, on a competitive basis, to students who are participating in an ES&P-related project while studying abroad. This scholarship provides a stipend up to $3,000 to conduct professionally supervised, off-campus research, scholarship, community-based work, internship, or service in an international setting.

2012
Comparative Amphibian Survey Methods for Tropical Frogs
Michael Itgen '13 (Prof. Sessions)

2011
Amphibian Biodiversity Research in Cusuco National Park, Honduras
Emily Lisborg '13 (Prof. Crooker)

ES&P Internship Scholar Award
The ES&P Internship Scholarship is awarded annually, on a competitive basis, to students participating in an ES&P related internship at any time during the academic year. This scholarship provides a stipend up to $3,000 to participate in an 8-10 week professionally supervised, off-campus, unpaid internship experience.

2012
Field Studies Internship at Robert V. Riddell State Park
Abigail Nelson '14 (NYS Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation, Jamesville, NY) 

Studying Ancient Fossils to Predict Future Climate
Sheila Niedziela '13 (Paleontological Research Institute, Ithaca, NY)

Stony Creek Farm Apprenticeship
Jenna Rodrigues '14 (Stony Creek Farmstead, Walton, NY)

Roots and Wisdom Summer Community Outreach Coordinator
Catherine Winters '14 (Roots and Wisdom, Schenectady, NY)

2011
Collaborative Field Studies at Robert V. Riddell State Park
Kristina Skaggs '12 (NYS Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation, Jamesville, NY)


For more information, go the ES&P Scholarships page.