The American Cetacean Society – San Francisco Bay Chapter is taking Application Proposals for its 2017 Research Grants
The American Cetacean Society-San Francisco Bay Chapter ( ACS-SF Bay ) would like to encourage students to apply for our upcoming 2017 Student Research Grants.
ACS SF Bay chapter funds are intended to strengthen conservation efforts through applied field-based research and opportunities outside of the laboratory. Funds may not be used for salaries, stipends, honoraria, or other compensatory expenses.
The American Cetacean Society – San Francisco Bay Chapter is taking
Application Proposals for its 2017 SMM Conference Travel Grants
The American Cetacean Society-San Francisco Bay Chapter (ACS-SF Bay) would like to encourage students to apply for our upcoming 2017 Society of Marine Mammology Conference Student Travel Grants.
This award ($500 each) helps to offset travel expenses enabling the student to attend the 2017 Society of Marine Mammology Conference. Attending this conference is very important for the future as a scientist. Not only are students able to present their accepted research project (poster), but will meet and connect with the attending marine biologists and scientists that may become future teachers/mentors, and/or for prospective job opportunities.
Students are our future and ACS-SF Bay chapter feels very strongly in supporting them.
Applications should be sent by email to Lynette R. Koftinow, email@example.com
FOR FULL DETAILS ON APPLYING go to our webpage: https://acssfbay.wordpress.com/research/grants/2017-proposal-calls-for-research-grants-and-smm-student-travel-grants/
Questions regarding the program may also be directed to her.
Lynette R. Koftinow
Research ACS-SF Bay chapter
(415) 937-0641 (office)