Botany 2005 - Student Support


Learning From Plants
Austin, Texas
August 13 - 17, 2005
Pteridological Section Student Travel Awards

Call for Applications
Student Travel Award Pteridological Section
Botanical Society of America
BOTANY 2005
Austin, Texas

The Pteridological Section of the Botanical Society of America is pleased to announce $250 student travel awards available to undergraduate and graduate students who will attend Pteridological Section symposia and contributed paper sessions at the Botany 2005 meetings to be held in Austin, TX, August 12-17.

Applicants should submit the following materials to:

Dr. Warren D. Hauk (address provided below) by April 1, 2005:

1) Cover Page: Complete and sign the attached Cover Page.

2) Personal Statement: In a one to two page statement, please describe your:

a) Interest/reasons for wanting to attend and/or participate in the Pteridological Section sessions,

b) Career goals, and

c) Summary of any research experiences to date.

3) Two Letters of Recommendation: Letters should be solicited from faculty members who have knowledge of your academic performance, research experiences, and/or professional goals. Recommendation letters must be enclosed individually in a sealed and signed envelope.

4) Transcript: Enclose an official transcript(s) in your application packet.

5) Curriculum Vitae: Enclose a current CV in the packet.

Send completed application package to:

Dr. Warren D. Hauk
Department of Biology
Denison University
Granville, OH 43023
Tele: 740-587-5758
Fax: 740-587-6417
E-mail: hauk@denison.edu

DEADLINE: Applications should be postmarked no later than April 1, 2005.
Please, no electronic submissions.

Questions About Botany Meetings should be directed to: BSA Meetings Manager:
Johanne Stogran
Botanical Society of America Meetings Office
2813 Blossom Ave
Columbus, OH 43231
Tele: (614) 899-9356 - Fax: (614) 895-7866 - E-mail: johanne@botany.org
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