29
April
2019

Society of Wetland Scientists New England Chapter Student Research Grant

Society of Wetland Scientists New England Chapter 2019 Student Research Grant Award Announcement

Objective: To stimulate and support graduate and undergraduate research in wetland science, policy and management within the SWS New England Chapter area.

Grant Award: One award of up to $1,000 will be given to an undergraduate or graduate student submitting the best proposal for wetland related research to be conducted in 2019. The grant will be awarded within 30 days of selection and formal acceptance by the awardee.

Requirements: All research projects must be conducted in New England. Papers based on the funded research must acknowledge the support of SWS-New England. SWS-New England strongly encourages presentation of the results of this research at its Annual Chapter Meeting in the fall of 2020. In lieu of presentation, a report of the research results must be submitted by August 31, 2020. If this research is part of a larger project, partial results are acceptable.

Students must submit their application by email in a single, consolidated document—pdf format—to the contacts listed below.  See the attached application form for the required information. Applications must be received no later than May 24, 2019.

Process/Schedule: The proposals will be reviewed by the Student Awards Committee of SWS-NE for relevance, clarity of hypotheses, suitability of methods, feasibility, and qualifications of the applicant. All applicants will be notified of the decision no later than June 17, 2019. Applications submitted after the deadline will not be considered.

Contacts: All applications should be emailed to:
Meredith Avery mavery@vhb.com 781-308-5317; Matt Schweisberg matt@wetlandsns.com 508-783-6026

Contact Meredith or Matt for more information.

2019 Student Research Award Application Final

02
April
2019

Wetland Scientist position at Tetra Tech

Please see attached link for position description and application details.

Tetra Tech WETLAND SCIENTIST 2019