AR-News: Budweiser Conservation Scholarship
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Sat Nov 1 06:09:10 EST 2003
8) Applications Invited for 2004 Budweiser Conservation
Deadline: January 16, 2004
Anheuser-Busch and the National Fish and Wildlife
Foundation are seeking applications for the 2004 Budweiser
Conservation Scholarship Program.
This highly competitive scholarship program is designed
to respond to many of the most significant challenges in
fish, wildlife, and plant conservation in the U.S. --
whether it's the sustainable use of natural resources,
including sport fish and game; recovery of an endangered
species; or control of invasive exotic species -- by
providing scholarships to eligible graduate and under-
graduate students who are poised to make a significant
contribution to the field of conservation.
A minimum of ten scholarships of up to $10,000 each will
be awarded in 2004 to cover students' expenses for
tuition, fees, books, room and board, and other direct
expenses related to their studies. Awards will be based on
merit and will take into consideration the students'
academic achievements and their ability and commitment to
develop innovative solutions that are designed to address
real and pressing issues affecting fish, wildlife, and
plant conservation efforts.
To be eligible for consideration, a student must be a U.S.
citizen at least twenty-one years of age and enrolled in
an accredited institution of higher education in the U.S.
while pursuing a graduate or undergraduate degree
(sophomores and juniors in the current academic year only)
in environmental science, natural resource management,
biology, public policy, geography, political science, or
related disciplines. Recipients are eligible for one year
of scholarship support.
See the NFWF Web site for complete program guidelines as
well as a list of scholarship recipients and summaries of
RFP Link: http://www.nfwf.org/programs/budscholarship.htm
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