Advising is provided by our Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry in room 230 of the Physical Science Building (PSB).
This award provides scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students in marine sciences with demonstrated academic ability and financial need.
This award promotes and recognizes outstanding undergraduate research in all areas of marine biology at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
This award celebrates and realizes Michael Tudor’s passion for the natural world by encouraging and supporting undergraduate scholarship in ecology and evolutionary biology.
This award celebrates and realizes Gordon Smith and his family’s passion for undergraduate studies in marine science by encouraging and supporting undergraduate scholarship in marine sciences.
The Natural Reserves System Field Science Fellowship provides financial support for hands-on UC undergraduate research conducted at one of the NRS reserves, under the guidance of a faculty scientist.
We serve as an integrated portal for STEM students to find all the STEM-focused services, programs, and resources at UCSC.
A faculty-nominated award for graduating seniors who have been accepted to a graduate school and show the most promise in biology, chemistry, earth sciences, or physics.
The Elmer A. Fridley Scholarship in the Physical Sciences is awarded annually alternating between an outstanding undergraduate and graduate student pursuing a degree in the physical sciences. The scholarship fund was established in 1989 upon receipt of a bequest from the estate of William Fridley, a long-time resident of Santa Cruz County.
Provides a continuing source of highly qualified scientists, mathematicians, and engineers by awarding scholarships to undergraduate students who intend to pursue careers in these fields.
We are looking for motivated AAUS certified scientific divers to help us conduct kelp forest community surveys around the Monterey peninsula. Contact Emily Saarman (email@example.com) for details.
Assist in collecting juvenile and adult rockfish, taking fin clips for genetic analysis, and maintaining collection devices for juvenile fishes. Contact Emily Saarman (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details.