Forrest Shreve Student Award

Forrest Shreve Student Award – Deadline October 15
http://www.esa.org/esa/about/esa-awards/

To be given full consideration, nominations for awards should be completed by October 15, 2016. We welcome nominations that reflect the diversity of the Society’s membership. A nomination should be submitted as a single PDF file to E-mail: awards@nullesa.org with the name of the award in the subject line.

An award given annually of $1000-2000 is available to support research in the hot deserts of North America: Sonora, Mohave, Chihuahua, and Vizcaino. Projects should be clearly ecological and should increase our understanding of the patterns and processes of deserts and/or desert organisms. Proposals will be ranked based on the importance of the project to understanding desert ecology, feasibility, experimental design and innovation.

Applicants for the Forrest Shreve Award should send a proposal (not to exceed one page) describing the proposed research, specifying the research location and explaining how the award would further the proposed research, with a C.V. and a short proposed budget describing how the money will be spent if awarded. A letter of reference should be submitted separately by a research supervisor or an appropriate referee familiar with their work. Graduate and undergraduate students are eligible, as long as they are currently enrolled in a degree program and are members of the ESA.  Please contact Katie Suding, Chair (2016–2018), Forrest Shreve Student Research Fund Subcommittee (E-mail: suding@nullcolorado.edu)