Libbie H. Hyman Memorial Scholarship For Courses & Research at a Field Station

This scholarship, in memory of Libbie H. Hyman, one of America’s foremost invertebrate zoologists, provides assistance to students to take courses or to pursue research on invertebrates at a marine, freshwater, or terrestrial field station. The Hyman Grant is intended to help support a first meaningful field-station experience for a first- or second-year graduate student, or an advanced undergraduate.

Guidelines and online application are open here till February 4, 2022.

Past Recipients

2020
Charlotte Benedict, Ohio State University
Hannah Lee, Humboldt State University
Rachel Surprenant, University of California Riverside

2019
Georget Oraha, California State University Fullerton

2018
Matthew Boot, Ohio State University
Andre La Buda, California State University Los Angeles

2017
Laura Spencer, University of Washington
Rachel Weinberg, San Francisco State University
Miranda Rep, McDaniel College

2016
Curtis Dinn, Univ. of Alberta
Rachel Shoop, San Diego State University
Eric Moore, Bowling Green State University

2015
Antonin Crumiere, Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle de Lyon
Caitlin Boas, University of California Berkeley

2014
David Charifson, SUNY Stony Brook

2013
Emily Weiss, Oregon State University

2012
Sonia Singhal, University of Washington

2011
Nathan Farrar, University of Alberta

2010
Des Ramirez
University of California Santa Barbara

2009
Fredrick Larabee, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

2008
Dennis Evangelista, University of California Berkeley

2007
Johanna Cannon, Auburn University

2006
Chris Rieken, UMASS Dartmouth

2005
Rafael Rosengarten, Yale University

2004
Heidi Weiskel, University of California Davis

2003
Joana Zanol Pinheiro da Silva, George Washington University

2002
Roger Redondo, University of Central Arkansas

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