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OLIVIA LONG CONVERSE GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP Rev. 1/25/2011
 

Summary: OLIVIA LONG CONVERSE GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
Rev. 1/25/2011
Graduate Division, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106-2070
Application Deadline: April 1, 2011
Guidelines and Information
The purpose of the Olivia Long Converse Graduate Fellowship is to support graduate research on
terrestrial plants in Mexico. Predoctoral and dissertation fellowships will be granted for field-oriented
studies; both research and research-related travel expenses are appropriate. Awards may be made for
one quarter (maximum $6,000) or for one academic year (maximum $18,000) and may be received more
than once.
Eligibility
Applicants must be UCSB graduate students and must have financial need. Continuing UCSB graduate
students who are registered and in good standing or on Official Leave of Absence in Spring Quarter of
the current year, may apply for a dissertation fellowship. Supportable areas of research are in one or
more of the following areas with a strong preference for research in Mexico: systematic, floristic,
vegetational, ecological and phytogeographic botany studies. Some applications will also be considered
for research in botany in other areas; applicants may describe such studies in the statement of relevance.
Activities not suitable for award include travel to increase familiarity with Mexico, photographic excursions
and general plant collecting. Recipients must maintain continuous full-time enrollment and good
academic standing at UCSB throughout the entire tenure of the award.

  

Source: Akhmedov, Azer - Department of Mathematics, University of California at Santa Barbara

 

Collections: Mathematics