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Research Fields TEST Delta Marsh
Categories Agriculture
Environmental Studies
Natural, Physical or Life Sciences
Citizenship No citizenship available
Eligibility The intent of the Delta Marsh Scholarship is to encourage students to conduct research at the University of Manitoba Field Station (Delta Marsh), in the vicinity of a large wetland in south-central Manitoba. This scholarship is made possible through private gifts, support by the Friends of the Field Station, allocation of a portion of Field Station user fees, and the Manitoba Scholarship and Bursary Initiative.
This scholarship shall be offered to an undergraduate or graduate student who:
  • has completed at least one academic term (at least four months) of post-secondary degree study in any field, either at the University of Manitoba or elsewhere;
  • has achieved high academic standing, with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (or equivalent);
  • has been accepted by an academic supervisor to conduct a research project that is centered, in large part, at the University of Manitoba Field Station (Delta Marsh);
  • has been deemed by the selection committee to be the most academically deserving candidate for the scholarship, following evaluation of all applicants.
  • Value $500
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at No details on tenability available
    Deadlines No deadlines available
    Application Details Contact Wendy Buhr-Nikkel, Delta Marsh Field Station email buhr@cc.umanitoba.ca

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