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Research Fields TEST Natural Resource Management, Applied Biology
Categories Environmental Studies
Natural, Physical or Life Sciences
Citizenship No citizenship available
Eligibility The Linda Michaluk Scholarship (LMS) is a scholarship of $2,500 awarded annually to successful candidates. Scholarship applicants should be enrolled in a full-time Canadian post-graduate program of study that is relevant to the advancement of science-informed decision making, or to the development of laws and regulations that affect the practice of natural resource management. Scholarship recipients are expected to provide a copy of a thesis or research report related to one of these areas at the conclusion of their program.

Examples of eligible programs include an MBA, MPA, Masters Certificates, Doctorate research, or Law.
Value $2500
Currency Canadian
Tenable at No details on tenability available
Deadlines January 31
Application Details The LMSF committee will review applications and award the scholarship on February 28th. The successful applicant will also be invited to attend the College’s AGM and conference. Applications must be submitted using the form provided, and must include official academic transcripts, as well as an abstract of the proposed thesis or report.

To apply for this scholarship, please visit the College of Applied Biology website here: https://www.cab-bc.org/linda-michaluk-scholarship

Details about scholarship application and who to contact will be on the website.

Updated: November 15, 2016

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