Student research grants in behavioral sciences range from US$ 500 to $2000 each, depending on category of the grant and merit of proposal. Students may apply for several different named awards through a single application.
by Animal Behavior Society
Animal Behavior Society
Cetacean Behavior and Conservation (CBC) Award
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 […]
To cover registration fees for graduate students attending the annual ABS Meeting. Applicants must be enrolled in a graduate program at the time of application and must be members of under-represented minorities, including those living in North America who are African American, Native American, Asian American, and Hispanic American or are citizens of Central/South America. […]