The American Society of Primatologists: Inviting Applications for award to recognize deserving colleagues and students, including those from primate habitat countries – countries with native primate fauna – for whom the prestige of an ASP award or grant can be a valuable aid to the recipient’s conservation efforts.

Donor Name: The American Society of Primatologists
Award name: ASP Conservation Fund

Award brief: Nominations for ASP Conservationist Awards is now being sought by the American Society of Primatologists (ASP). These awards, funded from the ASP Conservation Fund, are a mechanism to recognize deserving colleagues and students, including those from primate habitat countries – countries with native primate fauna – for whom the prestige of an ASP award or grant can be a valuable aid to the recipient’s conservation efforts.

ASP Conservationist Award ($750): This award provides recognition and financial support for students and early career investigators from habitat countries who demonstrate potential for making significant and continuing contributions to primate conservation. Past awards have been presented by U.S. Ambassadors or other senior officials, thereby obtaining favorable publicity for the award, its recipient, and primate conservation in the recipient’s country.

Deadline: N/A

Award details link: https://www.asp.org/grants/conservation/index.cfm

Award limit: $750

Project start date: N/A
Project duration: N/A
Eligible organization: As below

Eligibility: students, researchers, and educators from primate habitat countries for whom no more than five years have elapsed since receipt of their terminal degree.

 Submission mail: Michelle Bezanson (mbezanson@scu.edu) and Stacey Tecot (stecot@email.arizona.edu)

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How to apply: Nominators should send the following information via email to the chairs of the ASP Conservation Committee, Michelle Bezanson (mbezanson@scu.edu ) and Stacey Tecot (stecot@email.arizona.edu ):
The name, title and full mailing address of their nominee, along with a statement about the nominee’s qualifications for the award, focusing on past and potential contributions to primate conservation.
A copy of the nominee’s vita.
A maximum of TWO (2) supporting letters from other individuals acquainted with the nominee’s work may be submitted.

 

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