DR. JAMES A. AND ANN REDFIELD GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
The James A. and Ann Redfield Graduate Fellowship aims to support graduate students working in the fields of population ecology, evolution, behavior and genetics. Funds from the award may be used as a stipend, to support travel for conferences or workshops, or in support of research. This year we anticipate one award for approximately $3,000.
All currently enrolled Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior PhD students engaged in dissertation research.
Applications must be submitted directly to the Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior graduate program by April 2, 2018 to compete for funding to be awarded in late April. Please submit your application to: firstname.lastname@example.org with “Redfield Award Application” as the subject line.
Questions about the fellowship may be directed to email@example.com
Jason Winiarski – PhD Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior
Advisor: Dr. Julie Heath
Project Title: Evaluating ‘PhenoCam’ Technology to Monitor Shifting Spring Green-Up and Its Consequences for Breeding Birds