Motivated undergraduates want to participate in the Field Biology and Marine Biology quarter, unique and transformational courses. We want to provide financial support so that any interested undergraduate has access to these important programs.
Currently the area of greatest need in undergraduate support is for fellowships for students who want to take field biology and marine biology courses. Outstanding undergraduates who want to participate in these courses, but require financial assistance, will benefit from these funds. Help make our life-changing capstone Field Biology Quarters and Marine Biology Quarters accessible to UCLA undergraduates by donating to support these programs.
Field Biology Quarter Fund: This fund allows the field biology quarter to be accessible to a broader range of students by subsidizing the student costs and reducing the overall cost of trips. To read more about the Field Biology Quarter see http://www.eeb.ucla.edu/fbq.
Marine Biology Quarter Fund: This fund allows marine biology quarter to be accessible to a broader range of students by subsidizing the student costs and reducing the overall cost of trips. To read more about the Marine Biology Quarter see http://www.eeb.ucla.edu/mbq.
Joseph Epperson Memorial Scholarship: Due the generous donations of friends and family, the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology offers a scholarship to an outstanding student with financial need who wishes to participate in a field biology course. Joseph Epperson (Class of 2007) who recently passed away, majored in Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution and considered his field biology course one of the highlights of his undergraduate experience.