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Bonnie Lustigman Research Fellowship Recipients

Ellia Daniel, senior Biology major, Raisa DaSilva, senior Molecular Biology major, Daniel Murnock, graduate Molecular Biology major, Samantha Zorns, junior Biology major

Posted in: Students

Purpose

To financially assist talented undergraduate and graduate students to defray expenses of their own research while enrolled as a full-time Biology and Molecular Biology major at Montclair State University in the year in which the funds are awarded. An Award recipient must demonstrate a commitment to biology and molecular biology scholarship and research. This award is founded in loving memory of Professor Bonnie Lustigman.

Eligibility

Full-time undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in at least six credits and majoring in a major housed within the Department of Biology, in good academic standing, with a minimum grade point average of 3.5 in the major.

Essay

500 words max; describe your proposed research project, timeline for the proposed project, and you personal career goals.

Amount

Up to two awards per year, to be used the following academic year; $1000 – $2000 each based on fund availability