Hudock Fellowship Requirements

George Hudock Fellowship

Established in 1993 by departmental alum Fern (Hays) DeLaCroix and her husband, Clifford, to honor her mentor Dr. George Hudock for his outstanding teaching and academic counsel.

Eligibility

IUB Department of Biology graduate students in good standing. First preference to qualified Master’s candidates. Second preference to students seeking financial assistance for special seminars or training.

Award amounts vary from year to year. Most Department of Biology awards are between $500 and $3000; a few are larger.

Apply through One.IU

Search in One.IU for the “IU Scholarships” tile. The system will optimize opportunities by matching you to recommended awards.

To get started, you must initiate a general application by answering 5 required questions and electronically signing before submitting. The application contains many questions designed for undergraduate applicants to IU. Continuing undergraduate and graduate students need only complete the required pieces. The general application may be created at any time during the academic year.

For Biology awards, you must upload a current CV, a personal statement, and the email address of a faculty member who will supply a letter of recommendation. Refer to specific awards for additional required materials.

Recommendations and nominations

Faculty/Postdoc Fellows: Submit graduate student award recommendations and nominations via the graduate advising office dropbox.

Student awards ceremony

Recipients of this award will be recognized at an online student awards ceremony at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 29, 2021.