All students may apply, but preference will be given to students from races, countries, and genders that are underrepresented in the sciences. Awardees traveling from the United States and Canada will receive $500 grants, whereas awardees traveling from outside the United States and Canada will receive $1,000 grants.
Early-career scientists and students under 35 years of age who are citizens of countries designated by the World Bank as “low” or “lower-middle” income per capita. To see a full listing of Berkner eligible countries, please click here.
High school and undergraduates studying energy and environmental science will receive a student membership, a $500 travel grant to attend the AGU Fall Meeting, and a $1,000 college scholarship.
Undergraduate or graduate students in the geoenvironmental sciences and geoenvironmental engineering fields may apply. You do not need to attend the Fall Meeting to be eligible. Applicants are encouraged to apply for the General Student Travel Grant as well.