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To learn more about these funds, view the ASF Fund Brochure (pdf).
The Gateway Fund will be used to foster innovative approaches to inspire young students and guide them to a career in agronomy, crop or soil sciences. The Gateway Fund provides funding to those who propose promising novel methods to identify, inspire, and recruit high school, undergraduate and graduate students. Up to $5,000 annually will be available per successful proposal with the option of renewal based on the success of the approach.
The Pathway Fund is designed to encourage young, energized scientists and professionals to travel widely and offer their scientific expertise in struggling areas around the world. The Pathway Fund is available to members of ASA, CSSA and/or SSSA early in their careers. When fully funded, up to $15,000 will be provided per successful proposal on a 6-month basis with the option of renewal. The award will be available to members with a history of active membership in ASA, CSSA and/or SSSA.
This program is available to undergraduate students who are currently enrolled in agronomy, crop, and/or soil sciences. Students apply for a travel scholarship to the ASA, CSSA, and SSSA International Annual Meetings. Students are matched with Society members who serve as mentors for the scholars during the Annual Meetings and beyond, to support their educational efforts and career path in agronomy, crop, and/or soil sciences.
Learn more about the Awards and Scholarships supported by the Agronomic Science Foundation, ASA, CSSA, and SSSA.
To provide leadership and financial resources to further the role of the agronomic, crop, and soil sciences in global crop production, and to promote human welfare within a sustainable environment. The Agronomic Science Foundation (ASF) benefits ASA, CSSA, and SSSA members.