Graeme Caughley Travelling Fellowship for 2018
The Fellowship commemorates the work of Dr Graeme Caughley FAA in ecology and wildlife management. Dr Caughley was a chief research scientist with the CSIRO Wildlife and Ecology until his death in February 1994. The Fellowship is financed through the generosity of his friends and colleagues.
The inaugural Fellowship was in 1996. The Fellowship is offered every two years. Up to $7,000 is offered (exempt of GST).
The purpose of the Fellowship is to enable ecologists resident in Australia or New Zealand to share their expertise by visiting scientific centres outside of the Fellow’s own country to deliver lectures.
The Fellow will be an ecologist resident in Australia or New Zealand. Preference will be given to an applicant who indicates an interest in population ecology of wildlife and its scientific management.
For further details see the Australian Academy of Science website (www.science.org.au/awards), and for details and the application form see, https://www.science.org.au/opportunities/travel/travelling-fellowships/graeme-caughley-travelling-fellowship.
Applications are to be submitted by 1 June, 2017.