The Canadian Council on Ecological Areas (CCEA) is pleased to announce
that it is now accepting applications for the 2012 Stan Rowe Home Place
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 21, 2014
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The Award is:
- One or more cash awards of $1,000;
- Available to graduate students (Master’s or PhD)
in their first two years of study and engaged in research related to
CCEA’s Mission and/or Strategic
Plan (please visit the CCEA website for
more information); and,
- Given to projects having an emphasis on an ecosystem
or landscape-based approach to selecting, establishing, or managing
protected ecological areas in Canada.
In addition to the cash award, CCEA may:
- Invite the student to present their work at the CCEA
Annual General Meeting;
- Promote or feature their work in the CCEA newsletter;
- Publish their work as a CCEA Occasional Paper.
Applicants should submit:
- A cover letter, outlining their research and its relationship
to CCEA’s Mission and/or Strategic Plan;
- A research proposal, no more than 2,250 words (organized
under four headings: Introduction, Proposed Methods, Expected Outcomes,
and Literature Cited);
- A letter of reference from their supervising professor;
- A current resume.
Applications should be submitted no later than February
21, 2014 by e-mail only. All applications received will be acknowledged
by e-mail. The successful student will be advised by April 5 2013 and
their name will be posted on the CCEA website.
Applications should be submitted
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Caroline Grego, University of British Columbia, "Creating New National Parks, Forging New Conservation Communities: A case study of the proposed South Okangan – Lower Similkameen National Park Reserve"
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Chérie J. Dugal, University of Saskatchewan, "The
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Tim Antill, MSc candidate,
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Laura Gray, PhD program,
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