Grant A. Harris Research Instrumentation Fellowship
The Grant A. Harris Research Instruments Fellowship provides $30,000 worth of Decagon research instruments (6 awards worth $5,000 each) to graduate students studying any aspect of environmental or geotechnical science. This year, the committee is emphasizing studies that propose innovative soil and plant monitoring. To be notified about the GA Harris Fellowship, sign up for our twice monthly newsletter.
2015 Fellowship Applications
Applications are now being accepted for the 2015 G.A. Harris Research Instruments Fellowship. For more details, read the call for applications or download an application form. Interested in learning how to improve your chances of winning instrumentation? Join the panel of judges on Google Hangouts on December 3 and get insider tips.
About Dr. Harris
Dr. Grant A. Harris served as chairman of the Washington State University Department of Forestry and Range Management from 1967-1980, and as Chairman of the Board here at Decagon from 1983 until 2005 . Listing his awards, honors, and memberships would make an impressive paragraph, but to those who knew him, his personal merits outshone all his professional honors. He was a born mentor, and shared his time and resources freely with students and colleagues alike. This fellowship commemorates his generosity of heart and spirit.
To see past winners click on the links below.