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Call for Applications for the Margaret Skeel Graduate Student Scholarship

 

In the fields of biology, ecology, wildlife management, environmental education and environmental studies including social sciences applied to advancement of conservation and sustainable use of natural resources

A $2,000 scholarship, administered by Nature Saskatchewan, will be awarded in 2018 to assist a graduate student attending a post-secondary institution in Saskatchewan. This scholarship must be applied to tuition and associated costs at the named institution.

The Margaret Skeel Graduate Student Scholarship is awarded to a student pursuing studies in a field that complements the goals of Nature Saskatchewan:  to promote appreciation and understanding of our natural environment, and support research to protect and conserve natural ecosystems and their biodiversity. We work for sustainable use of Saskatchewan's natural heritage, ensuring survival of all native species and representative natural areas, as well as maintenance of healthy and diverse wildlife populations throughout the province. We aim to educate and to stimulate research to increase knowledge of all aspects of the natural world. Research that will contribute to resolving current conservation problems have a special priority. For more information, contact our office by email info@naturesask.ca or phone 780-9273 (in Regina) or 1-800-667-4668 (SK only).

Application Guidelines

Please include the following documents:

  • An updated resume with a cover letter
  • A full description of your present  and/or proposed research
  • A transcript of the undergraduate and graduate courses completed so far and those currently enrolled in
  • An indication of what other source(s) of funding  you hope to rely on to complete your studies
  • Letter of References are optional

Application Deadline:   February 28, 2018
Winner Announced:     March 31, 2018

Please submit your completed application to the Scholarship Committee: 


 info@naturesask.ca

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Nature Saskatchewan
206-1860 Lorne Street
Regina, SK S4P 2L7

 

 

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