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ESA SEEDS 2016 Field Trip Opportunity for Underrepresented Undergraduates


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#1 Melanie Colon

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Posted 27 June 2016 - 11:24 AM

Greetings ECOLOG Subscribers,

Correct Deadline is July 5th

PLEASE SHARE THIS WITH UNDERGRADUATES:

The Ecological Society of America’s SEEDS (Strategies for Ecology
Education, Diversity, and Sustainability) program is pleased to announce
the upcoming 2016 National Fall Field Trip to the Flathead Lake
Biological Station, managed by the University of Montana. This Field
Trip, hosted from September 30 to October 3, provides a unique
opportunity for students to learn from, and perhaps contribute to,
scientific research programs taking place at this amazing research
station that focuses on ecology and limnology sciences.

The SEEDS Field Trips mission is to provide exciting opportunities for
underrepresented undergraduate students to explore their interest in
ecology. Field trips allow students to spend four days at an
ecologically significant site, such as a field station, research
laboratory, or national park, learning about the science of ecology,
exploring career options, and seeing the practical applications of
ecology.

All travel, housing, meal and transportation expenses are covered by the
SEEDS program for selected students.

For more information about SEEDS Field Trips and to apply for this
unique opportunity, please visit us online at:

http://esa.org/seeds...nal-field-trip/

All applications for this field trip must be received by midnight on
July 5, 2016.

Please contact SEEDS staff at seeds@esa.org or 202-833-8773 with any
questions.






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