Graduate student research award, New England

Swain, Pat (FWE) Pat.Swain at STATE.MA.US
Tue Dec 16 10:24:41 CST 2003


Please call the following to the attention of students working on flora
that occurs in New England. Thank you.

The New England Botanical Club
Graduate Student Research Award
Deadline: 1 March 2004

NEW ENGLAND BOTANICAL CLUB
GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARD
The New England Botanical Club will offer up to $2,000 total in support
of botanical research to be conducted by graduate students in 2004. This
award is made annually to stimulate and encourage botanical research on
the New England flora, and to make possible visits to the New England
region by those who would not otherwise be able to do so. It is
anticipated that two awards will be given, although the actual number
and amount of awards will depend on the proposals received. 
The awards will be given to the graduate student(s) submitting the best
research proposal dealing with systematic botany, biosystematics, plant
ecology, or plant conservation biology. Members of NEBC will be given
preference if competing proposals are judged to be of equal merit.
Papers based on the research funded must acknowledge the NEBC's support.
Submission of manuscripts to the Club's journal, Rhodora, is strongly
encouraged. 
Applicants must submit three paper copies of each of the following: a
proposal of no more than three double-spaced pages, plus a single page
each of literature cited and budget with brief justification, and a
curriculum vitae. Two letters in support of the proposed research, one
from the student's thesis advisor, should be sent directly to the Awards
Committee by sponsors. All materials should be sent to: Awards
Committee, The New England Botanical Club, 22 Divinity Avenue,
Cambridge, MA 02138-2020. Proposals and supporting letters must be
received no later than Monday, March 1, 2004. Reference letters, but not
the proposals, may be sent by e-mail or fax to the Committee Chair, who
is listed on the NEBC Committees webpage. Contact the Chair for the fax
number. The recipient(s) will be notified by April 30, 2004.
http://www.huh.harvard.edu/nebc/Graduate.html

Pat Swain
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Patricia Swain, Ph.D.
Plant Community Ecologist
Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program
Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife
1 Rabbit Hill
Westborough, MA 01581
508-792-7270 ext. 160     fax 508-792-7821
http://www.state.ma.us/dfwele/dfw/nhesp




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