The Herpetologists' League is pleased to announce the 2021 competition for The Herpetologists' League Graduate Research Award (HLGRA). If you are a M.S. or Ph.D. student who has a completed or nearly completed a thesis or dissertation (vs. preliminary results or a side project), then the HLGRA selection committee invites you to consider competing for this prestigious award. 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 2021 Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (JMIH) indicating your desire to compete for the Herpetologists' League Graduate Research Award, (4) submit a brief synopsis highlighting the broader relevance of your work to the committee (detailed below), and (5) give the oral presentation at...
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The Herpetologists' League Graduate Research Award Call for Competitors
Herpetologica (2020) 76 (4): 448.
The Herpetologists' League Graduate Research Award Call for Competitors. Herpetologica 10 December 2020; 76 (4): 448. doi: https://doi.org/10.1655/0018-0831-76.4.448
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