IUB-Alex Black Memorial Scholarship

It is the intent of the Donor, and the Foundation agrees, that income from this gift be used to support scholarships for undergraduate students studying animal behavior in the Program in Animal Behavior
within the College of Arts and Sciences who are participating in a summer internship . The amount of the Scholarship will be a minimum of $2,500 for each recipient. The number, amount(s), and recipient(s) of
the Scholarship will be determined by a scholarship committee of the Program in accordance with guidelines and procedures established by the College, Indiana University, and the Foundation.

Supplemental Questions
  1. Alex Black Memorial Summer Internship Application for the Program in Animal Behavior
    • a. Will you receive course credit at IU or another university for this experience? If so, please specify.
    • b. What is your proposed summer course or internship site?
    • c. Please upload a budget of the allowable costs for your internship, field course, or research experience. Allowable costs include airfare or other appropriate travel to the site, tuition or fees for the course, room and board at the site, or required scientific supplies. (Recipient will be required to provide documentation of actual expenses.)
    • d. Indicate other sources of funding for which you have applied that might pay for this experience.
    • e. Briefly (500 words or less) describe your career goals, your background, and interests in animal behavior, the proposed summer course or internship, and how the experience will enhance your educational and career goals.
    • f. A recommendation letter from a faculty member in the Animal Behavior Program is required. Please provide the email of the faculty member who has agreed to write on your behalf.
    • g. Please upload a copy of your CV or resume.
    • h. Please authorize the CISAB awards committee and its representatives to review your academic record and your application materials.
    • i. Please check here to affirm that all of your application materials are true, complete, and accurate and that they meet the ethical expectations outlined in the IU Code of Student Rights, Reponsibilities, and Conduct (https://studentcode.iu.edu)