The Herpetologists' League is pleased to announce the 2019 competition for The Herpetologists' League Graduate Research Awards (HLGRA). If you are a M.S. or Ph.D. student who has a (1) completed/nearly completed project (vs. preliminary results), (2) data from your primary thesis/dissertation research (vs. side projects), (3) a well-organized talk that is set within a broader conceptual framework, and (4) a well-rehearsed presentation (honed by practice and critical feedback from your advisor and others), you should consider competing for these prestigious awards. To participate, you must (1) be a member of The Herpetologists' League, (2) be a current graduate student or have completed your graduate degree within 14 months of your presentation, (3) submit an abstract (as the first author and having done the majority of the work) for the 2019 Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (JMIH) indicating your desire to compete for the Herpetologists' League Graduate Research Award,...
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Research Article| December 01 2018
The Herpetologists' League Graduate Research Award – Call for Competitors
Herpetologica (2018) 74 (4): 373.
The Herpetologists' League Graduate Research Award – Call for Competitors. Herpetologica 1 December 2018; 74 (4): 373. doi: https://doi.org/10.1655/0018-0831-74.4.373
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