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Research Fields TEST Meat Science
Categories Agriculture
Citizenship Unrestricted
Eligibility The Canadian Meat Science Association (CMSA) is pleased to be involved in awarding two scholarships per year to promising graduate students studying Meat Science in Canada. These scholarships are: Percy Gitelman Memorial Scholarship, sponsored jointly by the Canadian Meat Science Association, Associate Members of the Canadian Meat Council and Newly Weds Foods, Inc. CMC Associate Members Scholarship, sponsored by the Associate Members of the Canadian Meat Council. The purpose of these scholarships is to promote quality education and development of meat science research in Canada. The awards are valued at $3,000 each and will be presented at the CMSA yearly Technical Symposium. Travel expenses and registration fees for the meeting will be provided for the scholarship winners. Winners will be expected to present a 15 minute communication on their research at the Technical Symposium. Applicants DO NOT have to be a CMSA member to apply. However, membership is free to students and any applicants who apply for the scholarship will automatically recieve a one year membership. Graduate students in any year of a recognized, full time MSc. or PhD. program at a Canadian University, who are conducting applied or basic meat research, are eligible to apply. Previous CMSA Scholarship Program winners are not eligible.
Value $3000
for each award
Currency Canadian
Tenable at Canadian Universities
Deadlines January 15
Application Details Visit the Canadian Meat Science Assocation web site at http://cmsa-ascv.ca/scholarships.html or contact Cindy Rowles, Canadian Meat Science Association, 4-10 Agriculture/Forestry Centre University of Alberta Edmonton, AB T6G 2P5 Email: Cindy.Rowles@ualberta.ca
Updated: January 25, 2012

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