Grants are available for students to conduct research in the Timucuan Preserve. Deadline to apply has been extended to April 1 (from March 14) and those selected will be notified later in April.
The Timucuan Preserve Student Research Grants (SRGs) are competitive grants awarded to undergraduate and graduate students who are engaged in collaborative research activities at the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve. Projects should involve significant student effort toward ongoing research programs or in research projects specifically designed for this program. Each student is expected to carry out a project, or be an active part of a research team, under the supervision and mentorship of a faculty mentor.
The Timucuan Preserve Student Research Grant Program was established through sponsorship at the 2nd annual “Timucuan Science & History Symposium” held in January 2013. To qualify, applicants have to be currently enrolled as undergraduate or graduate students and submit research project proposals. The purpose of the grant is to provide the student with financial support while conducting research. The winning students will present their work at the Annual Timucuan Science and History Symposium held in January.
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