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The Student Section of the Ecological Society of America will award two cash prizes ($100 each) to the best undergraduate student oral presentation and best undergraduate student poster presentation. Best undergraduate student oral and poster presentations will be awarded based on the same criteria as the Buell and Braun awards (see http://www.esa.org/albuquerque/buell_braun.php for additional details). Awards for the 2009 recipients will be presented at the Student Section award ceremony at the 2010 annual meeting.
Attention All ESA Students and Faculty,
The ESA Student Section is pleased to sponsor the Second Annual Outstanding Student Research in Ecology Awards program. We will award two students, cash prizes for excellence in research via an outstanding publication. There are awards for both UNDERGRADUATE and GRADUATE research so don't miss out!
*** THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS SUNDAY MAY 31th. ***
ATTENTION ALL ESA STUDENTS,
We will award grants to graduate and undergraduate students presenting posters or oral presentations at the meeting. We have awards for students from within and outside of the US. To download the application, click here.
***THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS Saturday, MAY 2nd.***
The Eco-Arts Exhibition is the umbrella of three student art festivals (eco-photo, eco-poetry, and eco-film festivals) of the Ecological Society of America. This exhibition is designed to honor outstanding student contributions to ecological science through photography, poetry, and film that describes various aspects of ecology. The exhibition contest will culminate with a two-hour event at the 2009 ESA annual meeting in Albuquerque, NM that will include the award ceremony and the display of the winning art projects. The recipients of the awards will receive free registrations to the 2009 ESA annual meeting (chosen by a judging panel) and/or a monetary prize carried by the ESA Student Section Choice Award. Ultimately, we hope to increase student participation within ESA and to promote the awareness and understanding of ecological science through the arts within the scientific community and the public.
The Graduate Fellowship Program of the National Academies—consisting of the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and National Research Council—is designed to engage graduate science, engineering, medical, veterinary, business, public policy, and law students in the analytical process that informs the creation of national policy-making with a science/technology element. As a result, students develop basic skills essential to working in the world of science policy. We are pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2009 sessions.