George N. Huppert Scholarship Program

Assisting individuals in attending the symposia


About George N. Huppert

Scholarship Committee:

Patricia Seiser

David Foster

Mike Slay

Limaris Soto

Email questions to individual committee members above, send questions to the Committee (group e-mail) or Download and Complete the Scholarship Application Form (Fillable PDF) and Email Application to Committee (group e-mail)

The scholarship program is open to all those involved in cave and karst management, and may be used to encourage papers as well as attendance. For example, students, people new to cave management, cave and land conservancy members, federal and state employees involved in cave management, and individuals with limited financial resources are all eligible for scholarships. Priority is given to applicants who will be attending the full symposium, and applications for day passes may not be considered appropriate.

Applicants will be ranked as follows:

  • Student presenting a paper
  • Student not presenting a paper
  • Non-student presenting a paper
  • Non-student not presenting a paper

Scholarship funding for recipients covers lodging or registration costs, or both. Each scholarship recipient is responsible for additional expenses, including transportation and food.

The deadline for submitting scholarship applications is September 20 of the year of the symposium. Applicants who submit their requests before the deadline will be notified.

To apply for a scholarship to the upcoming Symposium, download and complete the application form and email it to the members of the scholarship committee.

2015 NCKMS-Diamond Caverns, KY
2015 NCKMS participants tour Diamond Caverns, a commercial cave in Cave City, Kentucky

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