The College of the Environment is pleased to announce the new Hall Conservation Genetic Research Award, designed specifically to support graduate students working in the field of conservation genetics.  Any funded project must be completed in its entirety within the funding year, and a scholarly research product–like a manuscript submitted to peer-reviewed journal, presentation at a national or international scientific society conference–must result from the work. Proposals are limited to a maximum of $6,000, which is available immediately upon award. Awardees will be announced on May 16.

For more information about eligibility and how to apply, check out the Hall Conservation Genetics Research Award page. Applications are due April 16.