The Cetacean Behavior and Conservation Award provides financial support for graduate students studying cetacean behavior and/or cetacean conservation in natural environments. The goal of the award is to encourage original and significant research that focuses on endangered populations or species, or on critically important problems in cetacean behavioral biology. A maximum of two awards of a maximum of $1000.00 US each will be made to successful applicants. The awarded funds may be used for travel, supplies, and/or equipment necessary to support the proposed research. Awarded funds may not be used for stipends or salary for graduate students, research assistants, or any other personnel, nor may it be used for conference expenses. The award must be used for field research; it cannot be used for laboratory research.
Applicants must be enrolled in a Masters or Doctoral Program in a University accredited by a regional college association. Applicants must also be members in good standing of one of the following professional societies: Animal Behavior Society or Association of the Study of Animal Behaviour. ***Visit website for current information about the award.***
INACTIVE- INCLUDED IN STUDENT RESEARCH GRANTS
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Funder: Animal Behavior Society
Stage of Study:
Citizenship: International, U.S. Citizen