Graduate Student Assistantships

 

The following are awarded as Graduate Student Assistantships.

  1. Albert L. Burroughs Memorial Award: The primary purpose of this fund is to provide financial assistance to graduate students in good standing with the Graduate School (College of Veterinary Medicine graduate programs) at Kansas State University. The monies are to help graduate students with expenses related to research programs and/or professional development.
     

  2. Embert Coles Memorial Award: The recipient of this award is intended to be a graduate student in Clinical Pathology. He/she must be in good standing in the Graduate School (College of Veterinary Medicine graduate programs) at Kansas State University. If a graduate student is not enrolled in the program, the money will be used to support professional advancement of residents.
     

  3. Horst W. and Elizabeth A. Leipold Award: The primary purpose of this fund is to provide financial assistance to a graduate student in good standing with the Graduate School (College of Veterinary Medicine programs) at Kansas State University who is working in genetic pathology, specifically with hereditary and congenital anomalies in cattle. If there is no qualified candidate in the graduate student population, an undergraduate student, junior or senior, with interest and aptitude in genetic pathology would be acceptable.
     

  4. G. Roger and Irene J. Spencer Award: The goal of this expendable account is to assist student(s) in a dual-degree (DVM/Masters Degree) program who has/have demonstrated need.
     

  5. Leo and Gloria Whitehair Award: The primary purpose of this fund is to provide financial assistance to graduate students properly enrolled in the Graduate School (College of Veterinary Medicine graduate programs) at Kansas State University. This endowment will provide enhancement dollars for a graduate student focusing on whole animal research of any kind. An undergraduate showing interest in whole animal research may qualify if there is no appropriate graduate student candidate.
     

  6. Jane A. Westfall Graduate Student Fellowship for Women: The recipient(s) of this fellowship shall be a female student(s) properly enrolled in the Department of Anatomy and Physiology in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University, who have an interest and who will pursue the opportunity to present their research at the national level. The recipient(s) must possess either a B.S. or D.V.M. degree and have demonstrated academic capability of being highly competent in the field of research. In all other respects, these funds shall be awarded without restriction to sex, race, color, handicap, religion or national origin.
     

  7. A S R Ganta Award: An award will be given to a graduate student at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University who demonstrated his/her research competence by publishing a research paper (or manuscript accepted for publication).