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Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology (SNVB) Student Scholarship

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Each year The Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology (SNVB) provides
one scholarship of up to $1000 to an undergraduate or graduate student
conducting vertebrate research within the geographic scope of the society:
northwestern North America west of the Great Plains and north of the Mojave
Desert to the Beaufort Sea.

Scholarships are intended to support expenses associated with the proposed
research project including but not limited to travel, equipment, and
supplies. Students must be enrolled in an accredited institution
within SNVB's geographic scope (see above), degree seeking, and a member
of SNVB. Applicants may become a member at the time of
application. Membership benefits include reduced conference registration
fees and our tri-annual journal, Northwestern Naturalist.

The recipient will be announced at the society’s annual meeting in Coeur
d'Alene, ID (http://thesnvb.org/annual-meeting-2016/). Recipients are
expected to either present their findings at an SNVB annual meeting or
submit a manuscript for publication in the society’s journal, Northwestern
Naturalist, within three years of receiving the scholarship. Registration
or page fees may be waived if other funding or institutional support is not
available. Applications are due on January 15th.
http://thesnvb.org/scholarship-guidelines/

Tara Chestnut, PhD
Ecologist
Mount Rainier National Park
Ashford, WA
360-569-6771
tara_chestnut@nps.gov

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