CGC grant recipient Tim Bartholomaus entered college planning to study physics but geology caught his attention, and by the time he was working on a Master’s degree at the University of Colorado Boulder, glaciers were at the center of his studies. (Not surprisingly, perhaps, given that Tim was born in Brooklyn—which happens to rest atop an ancient glacial deposit!) This focus continued when he came to UAF in 2009 to pursue a Ph.D. The following year, Tim submitted a proposal (Physical oceanography and tidewater glacier dynamics at Yahtse Glacier, Alaska) to the Global Change Student Research Grant Competition, where it was selected for support with funding ... Read Tim's full profile.
Global Change Student Grant Competition
One of the Center's major activities is the annual Global Change Student Research Grant Competition, which has funded nearly 250 graduate and undergraduate research projects since its inception in 1992.
Guidelines for the 2014 competition are now available! Deadline for submitting proposals is February 7, 2014.
An informational workshop was held on November 11.
Keep an eye on this space for updates, deadlines, and announcements or visit the Global Change Student Research Grant Competition.