College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Grants and Fellowships

March 25, 2013

March 30 | Sustainable Technology Research Fellow
March 31 | Biology Fellows Program
Apply Now | IIS Undergraduate Conference Travel Grant

March 30 | Sustainable Technology Research Fellow

Oberlin College invites applications for the position of Sustainable Technology Research Fellow. The successful candidate will assist in the development and management of “Environmental Dashboard,” a novel technological system that provides community residents with environmentally and socially contextualized real-time feedback on electricity and water flows and environmental conditions through residential and commercial buildings and through cities. More information on the project can be found at: We seek a recent college graduate (or equivalent experience) with substantial knowledge of computer systems and excellent organizational skills who is excited by the opportunity to develop and manage novel technology designed to motivate and empower citizens to take better care of the environment. Applications will be considered immediately until the position is filled (6/1 limit). A full description and instructions for application are posted at:

March 31 | Biology Fellows Program

Do you love research but are torn between paying the bills and doing what you love? If you have a passion for discovery and being part of a research team, you definitely should look into this outstanding opportunity.

The Biology Fellows Program (BFP) has funds to support your biology research this summer at Berkeley. Along with a $4000 stipend you'll also learn how you can use your research in a range of careers (pre-meds are welcome) and develop the skills to excel in whatever profession you choose. Also, along with a community of 30 other undergraduate researchers you will present your work at an end of the summer symposium with your friends, families, and lab mates cheering you on.

Have questions? Want to find out more?

Please visit the BFP FAQ at

Also, you can contact Corey Welch, or Rachel Henderson,, or the other BSP advisors in 2018 VLSB.

Ready to apply? Here’s how.

Please visit and click on the application link that includes program information and application instructions.



Corey and Rachel

Apply Now | IIS Undergraduate Conference Travel Grant


The Institute of International Studies (IIS) Undergraduate Conference Travel Grant supports undergraduate students who plan on traveling to a conference to present a research project, paper, or poster on any topic related to international affairs. Students from all departments are eligible and IIS encourages applications from a wide range of disciplines. The travel grant provides opportunities for individuals to gain valuable educational experience beyond the classroom and recognizes that many UC Berkeley undergraduate students engage in research projects that may require travel to national or international conferences. Grant amounts will depend on the location of the conference (domestic or international).

Application Details:

A one-page description of the research to be presented;
A budget plan;
Confirmation of invitation or acceptance to the conference;
A letter of support from a faculty member, PI, or department advisor attesting to the academic merit of the trip.

Submission Instructions:

The application webform can be found on the IIS website: Please ask your recommender to e-mail the recommendation letter directly to


Open to any UC Berkeley undergraduate student who has completed at least one semester of study in residence at Berkeley. All majors are eligible and encouraged to apply. Students must be registered for the term in which they are planning to attend their conference and be presenting a paper or poster at the conference. Concurrent enrollment students are not eligible to apply.

Award Amount:

Grant amounts will depend on the location of the conference (domestic or international) but will generally be in the range of $300-$400 for conferences within California, $400-$600 for conferences elsewhere in North America, and up to $1000 for international conferences outside of North America.

Application Deadline:

The application deadline is rolling. IIS will accept applications over the course of the academic year.