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NABS Endowment Awards for Students

General Messages
Posted: 1/25/2011
Expiration Date: 2/04/2021

The Board of Trustees of the NABS Endowment Fund encourage students to apply for the 2011 Endowment Awards! These awards recognize excellence among our student members and are designed to support student research in a variety of areas. The awards will be granted on the basis of a one-page description of research or proposed research.

Descriptions of funds and application instructions:
https://www.benthos.org/Students-and-Postdocs/Student-Endowment--Awards.aspx

Online application form:
https://www.benthos.org/Students-and-Postdocs/Student-Endowment--Awards/Student-Endowment-Award-Application.aspx

Applications are due February 18, 2011, evaluated by the Board of Trustees (with the exception of the new Undergraduate Travel Award evaluated by the GRC) and applicants will be notified of the outcome in spring. Applications must be submitted electronically on the NABS website.

If you have any questions, contact the committee chair: Michelle Bowman, michelle.f.bowman@gmail.com.



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