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Shirley A. Graham Fellowships in Systematic Botany and Biogeography in USA, 2015

The Missouri Botanical Garden (MBG) awards Shirley A. Graham Fellowships to conduct research in Systematic Botany and Bio-geography. The Fellowships are open to professionals from universities and governmental or nongovernmental institutions and organizations in Mexico, Central America, South America, Madagascar, Vietnam, and Tanzania. The Fellowship will cover the costs of round-trip air travel to St. Louis and lodging in MBG’s visitor apartments and will provide a stipend for food, local transportation, and other incidental expenses in St. Louis for a period of up to two months. The application deadline is 31 July 2015.

Study Subject(s): Fellowship is awarded in systematic botany and bio geography.

Course Level: Fellowship is available to conduct research at the Missouri Botanical Garden.
Scholarship Provider: The Missouri Botanical Garden (MBG)
Scholarship can be taken at: USA

Eligibility: The Fellowships are open to professionals in the field of botany/plant sciences from universities and governmental or nongovernmental institutions and organizations in Mexico, Central America, South America, Madagascar, Vietnam, and Tanzania. To qualify, applicants must have received at least an undergraduate degree. The fields of research are limited to plant systematics, biogeography, ecology, and conservation. During their stay, the Fellows will also participate in other interdisciplinary activities that will enrich their experience and strengthen their professional development.
Scholarship Open for International Students: Applicants from Mexico, Central America (Belize; Costa Rica; El Salvador; Guatemala; Honduras; Nicaragua; Panama), South America (Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Chile, Ecuador,  Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Falkland Islands(UK) ), Madagascar, Vietnam, and Tanzania are eligible to apply for these research fellowships.
Scholarship Description: The Missouri Botanical Garden (MBG) announces the Shirley A. Graham Fellowships in systematic botany and biogeography. The Fellowships are established to honor and celebrate Dr. Shirley A. Graham’s contributions to science, in particular to the taxonomy and evolution of the plant family Lythraceae. The Shirley A. Graham Fellowships are awarded to scientists from Latin America, Madagascar, Vietnam, and Tanzania who work in the field of botany/plant sciences. The purpose of the Fellowships is to support scientists by providing funding that will allow them to conduct research at the Missouri Botanical Garden. During their stay in St. Louis, the Fellows will have access to the Missouri Botanical Garden’s herbarium and library and to the TROPICOS database. The Fellowship will cover the costs of round-trip air travel to St. Louis and lodging in MBG’s visitor apartments and will provide a stipend for food, local transportation, and other incidental expenses in St. Louis for a period of up to two months. In special instances, and when justified in relation to the Fellow’s research project, a small amount of funding (up to $500.00) may be provided to buy equipment, travel to meetings, and support fieldwork.
Number of award(s): Not Known
Duration of award(s): Fellowship is applicable for two months.
What does it cover? The Fellowship will cover the costs of round-trip air travel to St. Louis and lodging in MBG’s visitor apartments and will provide a stipend for food, local transportation, and other incidental expenses in St. Louis for a period of up to two months. In special instances, and when justified in relation to the Fellow’s research project, a small amount of funding (up to $500.00) may be provided to buy equipment, travel to meetings, and support fieldwork.
Selection Criteria: Not Known
Notification: Scholarship result will be announced on 30 September 2015.
How to Apply: Applications may be submitted in English or Spanish and should preferably be sent by e-mail. Applications sent by regular mail or fax will also be accepted. Incomplete applications or those that exceed the eight-page limit will not be considered. Applications will consist of a maximum of eight pages that will include the following documents:
-Cover page form (one page, double-sided);
-Description of the proposed research project following the format indicated on the next page (maximum length of two pages, 10-point font);
-Up-to-date curriculum vitae following the format and examples indicated on the next page (maximum of two pages, 10-point font);
-A copy of the most advanced university degree awarded;
-A letter of recommendation;
-A letter from the institution with which the applicant is affiliated that supports his/her participation in this program.

Scholarship Application Deadline: The application deadline is 31 July 2015.

Appyl Form:  

http://scholarship-positions.com 

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