The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars program at the University of Washington is a multi-year program funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
The goal is to train student students who can make significant contributions to broadening the field of conservation.
The program creates opportunities for undergraduate students to participate in mentored research activities in conservation biology and other disciplines relevant to land, water, and wildlife conservation.
The University of Washington 8-week program includes
· $500 per week stipend
· all travel, food and lodging.
Open to college freshmen & sophomores from any discipline, from any college or university
Deadline to apply is 1/31/2014
For more information http://coenv.washington.edu/conservationscholars/
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Sean M. Watts, Director, Doris Duke Conservation Scholars ProgramUniversity of Washington, College of the Environment, Ocean Sciences Building