[Coral-List] Grant for US Student on Bermuda ICRS Field Trip

Murdoch, Thad tjmurdoch at gov.bm
Fri Apr 4 16:30:19 EDT 2008

The Atlantic Conservation Partnership, a US-incorporated support charity
for the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo (BAMZ) is providing an additional
grant to fund the cost of attending the Bermuda Field Trip of the 11th
ICRS (air fare and field trip registration), to a graduate student with
US citizenship.

Applications should be sent to tjmurdoch at gov.bm, and include a single
page essay on how the field trip experience would benefit your
academic-career aspirations, as well as a reference letter from a member
of the faculty of your institute.

Applications must be received by 1 AM Eastern Savings Time on April
13th, 2008.  (NB: in ONE WEEK)

Details about the Bermuda Field Trip can be read on the 11th ICRS
webpage:  http://www.nova.edu/ncri/11icrs/fieldtrips.html.

The Atlantic Conservation Partnership, was launched in 1993 as a
501(c)(3) not-for-profit entity dedicated to furthering knowledge and
conservation of island environments. As a member- and donor-supported
organisation, it provides a vital educational, conservation and cultural
link between Bermuda and its neighbours, particularly the United States.
Like its sister charity, the Bermuda-registered Bermuda Zoological
Society (BZS), it supports development, education and research
initiatives at the Aquarium & Zoo, including internships, and
cooperative breeding and species re-introduction programmes, as well as
organising special exhibits and activities for the community.

Dr. Thad Murdoch

Research Associate

Bermuda Zoological Society

(441) 505-8424

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