Fellowships and Awards (student support)
Arthur William Sampson Fellowship is awarded annually by UNL's Center for Grasslands Studies to an outstanding graduate student with a special interest in pasture and/or range management in Nebraska.William Ridgely Chapline Fellowship is awarded annually by UNL's Range, Pasture, and Forage Faculty to an outstanding graduate student for excellence and professionalism in range and forage science.
Hutchinson Travel Grant is awarded annually to graduate students in range, pasture, and forage sciences who present research results at professional meetings.
Other fellowships and awards are available for graduate students through:
Agronomy and Horticulture Graduate Student Association
AHGSA serves as the representative body for graduate students in the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. They work to promote interaction and a closer relationship among graduate students.
Range Management Club
The Range Management Club is an undergraduate club which fosters interaction amongst students interested in range and pasture. Graduate students are encouraged to attend to help mentor undergraduate students as they prepare for state and national meetings and careers or continuing education in rangeland management.