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Tim White tim.white at YALE.EDU
Tue Nov 11 06:02:52 CST 1997

Last call, if any students are interested in visiting YPM and using the
invertebrate fossil collections, please check out this program. Thanks. Tim


                   Charles Schuchert and Carl O. Dunbar
          Grants-in-Aid for Invertebrate Paleontological Research
         at the Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University.

The Division of Invertebrate Paleontology at the Yale Peabody Museum is
pleased to announce a Grants-in-Aid program for systematic research.  Two
awards up to $500 will be granted to graduate students or young
professionals who wish to visit our collections.  Funds may be used for
transportation and housing expenses.  Logistical information is available
at  Proposals should include a
one page description of a research project, anticipated time of visit, a
budget and a letter of support from their faculty advisor.

Proposals are due by 15 November 1997, with notification by 1 January 1998.
Award recipients are expected to complete their Peabody visit by 1 October

Visit our website ( or reply off
list for further information.  Send proposals to:

        Invertebrate Paleontological Research Grants
        Division of Invertebrate Paleontology
        Peabody Museum of Natural History
        Yale University
        170 Whitney Avenue, PO Box 208118
        New Haven, CT 06520-8118
        United States



Tim White, Collection Manager          Voice: (203) 432-3767
Invertebrate Paleontology              Fax: (203) 432-9816
Peabody Museum of Natural History      Email: tim.white at
Yale University                        Web:
170 Whitney Ave., PO Box 208118
New Haven, CT 06520-8118

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