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  • Spencer T. and Ann W. Olin Foundation Wetlands and Waterfowl Research Fellowship


    Melanie Colón

    This Fellowship was established in 2000 to support graduate students engaged in important waterfowl

    research.

     

    This competition is open to graduate students enrolled at any North American University. Subject matter for the student's research can deal with any aspect of waterfowl or wetland biology that promises to advance conservation.

     

    Fellowships will be awarded based upon: the qualifications of the applicant; the scientific soundness of the student's research proposal; originality and creativity in study design; expected contributions of the research to furthering waterfowl conservation; and the achievability of the work.

     

    One award of up to $7,000/year (U.S. funds) is available to provide personal or research support for the successful applicant. The award is renewable for up to two additional years for PhD students, once for M.Sc. students, assuming annual approval of a satisfactory progress report and the need for continuing financial support.

    Edited by Melanie Colón



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