The Smithsonian Institution invites applications for the Enid A. Haupt Fellowship, awarded to graduate students doing research in the field of horticulture. The fellowship stipulates that research projects may take "agrarian, architectural, cultural, economic, environmental, historical, social and technological perspectives" to hotricultural study, and that suitable topics might include "the cultural significance of public gardens in urban society; the
environmental effects of urban settings on horticultural endeavors; art
in the garden; vernacular gardens; regional garden types; the business
of horticulture or floriculture; historic garden trends and design
features; historic garden preservation; and public garden administration." Applications for the fellowship are due by May 15, 2013. For more information, click here.