Dr. Bruce D. J. Batt Fellowship in Waterfowl Conservation
Grant amount: Up to C $5,000
Anticipated deadline: Nov 17, 2018 2:30pm PST
Applicant type: Graduate Student
Funding uses: Fellowship
Location of project: North America
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Dr. Bruce Batt retired as DU Chief Biologist after a long and productive career in waterfowl research and
conservation. During his 41-year career, Dr. Batt was involved in a greater diversity of issues and a broader number
of landscapes important to North American waterfowl than any biologist of his generation. He made significant
contributions to understanding waterfowl breeding biology, wintering ecology and wetland ecology, and he
positively influenced an entire generation of waterfowl professionals.
In recognition of Dr. Bruce Batt many accomplishments, particularly his passion for the role of sound science in guiding conservation, DU has established the Dr. Bruce D. J. Batt Fellowship in Waterfowl Conservation.
The purpose of this fellowship is to provide financial assistance to deserving graduate students conducting waterfowl or wetland research in North America.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- The competition is open to graduate students based at any North American university.
- One award of up to $5,000/year (Canadian funds) is available to provide personal or research support for the successful applicant.
- The award is renewable for up to two additional years for PhD students, once for students
pursuing a Masters degree, assuming annual approval of a satisfactory progress report and the need for continuing
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