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WOS Research Awards Due Feb. 1, 2014


Melanie Colón

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Each year, the Wilson Ornithological Society offers five categories of research grants. The focus of each differs somewhat, as does the amount of the award. Willingness to report results of the research as an oral or poster paper at an annual meeting of the Wilson Ornithological Society within the next 5 years and a brief write-up and a photograph of the awardees for the webpage is a condition of all five. Applicants must use the Research Awards Application Form, in conjunction with our online application system.

 

Deadline for applications and recommendations each year: 1 February

 

The next deadline will be 1 Feb 2014.

The online application page, including detailed application instructions, will be available beginning 1 Oct 2013.

Louis Agassiz Fuertes Award

 

The Wilson Society's most prestigious award is available to all ornithologists, although graduate students and young professionals are preferred. Any avian research is eligible. Up to two awards of $2500 are given annually.

 

George A. Hall / Harold F. Mayfield Award

 

This award is limited to independent researchers without access to funds and facilities available at colleges, universities, or governmental agencies, and is restricted to non-professionals, including high school students. Any kind of avian research is eligible. Up to one $1000 award is given. Formerly known as the Margaret Morse Nice Award

 

Wilson Ornithological Society Research Awards

 

Up to four awards (new for 2014) of $1500 are given annually, for work in any area of ornithology. Two of these awards will be limited to research by Masters students.

 

Paul A. Stewart Awards

 

Preference will be given to proposals for studies of bird movements (based on banding, radio or satellite telemetry, or similar methods) or an emphasis on economic ornithology. Up to four awards of $1000 are given annually.

 

Wilson Undergraduate Mentoring Awards

 

These awards (new for 2014) include $1000 for research conducted collaboratively by an undergraduate student and a faculty mentor, along with up to $1000 each for the student and the mentor, for expenses associated with attendance at a subsequent WOS annual meeting for presentation of project results.

 

FOR MORE: http://www.wilsonsociety.org/awards/wosawards.html

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