GEOSTATS: Graduate Fellowship
- CAVE CONSERVANCY FOUNDATION
GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP IN KARST STUDIES
The Cave Conservancy Foundation is sponsoring an annual competition for
a $15,000 graduate fellowship in karst studies. The fellowship,
designed to foster graduate research, will be awarded to a master's or
doctoral student who is working on a thesis or dissertation in some
aspect of karst. The work can be in any of the sciences or other
disciplines that in someway has a relationship with karst terrain,
karst processes, caves, etc. Competition will not be limited to the
classic sciences such as archeology, biology, geology and hydrology but
may include ecology, conservation, civil engineering, pollution,
restoration, water quality and other social issues resulting from karst
processes. An applicant must be full-time graduate student at a U.S.
college or university. Applications must include a thesis proposal,
graduate transcripts, and two letters of recommendation, one being from
the thesis advisor. Applications are due by June 1. Awards will be
announced by July 15. For more information contact:
Dr David Culver
Department of Biology
Washington, DC 20016
or via E-mail <dculver@...>
Mail applications to:
Cave Conservancy Foundation
Attn. Graduate Fellowship Program
5300 W Marshall Street
Richmond, VA 28230
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