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Name OAKES-RIEWE ABORIGINAL-ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES RESEARCH AWARD
Research Fields TEST Aboriginal environmental integration of physical, biological human processes
Categories Aboriginal
Citizenship No citizenship available
Eligibility Professors Jill Oakes (Environment and Geography) and Rick Riewe (Zoology) established a fund to support graduate students conducting environmental research which includes Aboriginal peoples' perspectives.

Eligibility Criteria:
  • Applicants must be enrolled full-time in the Faculty of Graduate Studies at the University of Manitoba, either in a Master's or a Ph.D. program and be affiliated with any faculty
  • Applicants must be conducting or proposing to conduct interdisciplinary environmental research (integration of physical, biological, and human processes) within an Aboriginal context.
  • Value $500 to $5,000
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at University of Manitoba
    Deadlines November 3
    Application Details Applicants for this scholarship must complete an Oakes-Riewe Aboriginal-Environmental Studies Research Award application form and supply all required supporting documentation as applicable.

    For details: http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/environment/undergraduate/awards/oakes_riewe.html

    Applications can be obtained from the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources at the Faculty General Office, 440 Wallace Building.

    Telephone: 204-474-7252
    Fax: 204-275-3147

    Updated: October 24, 2017
     

     
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