[MARMAM] Brazilians Students travel grant for the 22nd Biennial Marine Mammal Conference in Halifax, October 2017
Maria Emilia Morete
miamorete at gmail.com
Wed Sep 20 14:04:50 PDT 2017
*Brazilians Students travel grant for the 22nd Biennial Marine Mammal
Conference in Halifax, October 2017*.
*VIVA Baleias, Golfinhos e cia* is offering one travel grant “VIVAGrant” in
the amount of US$500.00 to a Brazilian Student.
The grant will be awarded to a student presenting results of a non-invasive
study leading to the improvement of the knowledge of endangered species
and supporting conservation actions.
Applicant must be a current student (undergraduate or graduate) and must be
presenting oral or poster at the 22nd Biennial Marine Mammal Conference.
Applicant should be attending a Brazilian Institution and conducting
research in Brazil.
Applicant *must not* have been contemplated by another travel grant.
Applications should send an email to vivabaleiasgolfinhosecia at gmail.com
-a copy of the *accepted* abstract;
-proof of inscription to the conference;
-applicant Contact Information, name, mailing address, e-mail, phone
numbers and affiliation;
-proof of student, photo of the front and back of current student ID card;
-a one-page CV.
Deadline for submission: 27 September 2017.
Award will be announced: 4 October 2017.
The grant will be deposited on 5 October in “Reais” using the dollar
exchange rate of the day, in the applicant´s current *Brazilian bank*
*VIVA Baleias, Golfinhos e cia* is an independent Brazilian organization
which aims to contribute to the preservation of aquatic mammals and their
habitats in an ethical and responsible manner, researching and fomenting
research, supporting students and young researchers, teaching and
disseminating scientific information, raising awareness and sensitizing
human beings, showing the problems and challenges that these animals face,
and seeking solutions to protect them and keep them on the Planet.
Thank you very much
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