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You are currently on: James Fawcett New Zealand Herpetofaunal Postgraduate Research Award
An Award to assist postgraduate students with research expenses related to a research project with a focus on New Zealand native reptiles and/or amphibians.About the scholarship
Application status: Not currently open for applications Applicable study: Postgraduate research project of at least 30 points in the School of Biological Sciences Opening date: 20 September 2023 Closing date: 1 November 2023 Tenure: One year For: Assistance towards research expenses Number on offer: Up to three Offer rate: Annually Value: Up to $15,000 in total
The Award was established in 2021 and is funded by a gift from Georgene E. Fawcett as a memorial to her late husband Associate Professor James Davidson Fawcett, a BSc and MSc graduate of the University of Auckland, and dedicated and respected herpetologist and lecturer at the University of Nebraska.
The intention of the Award is to support research students enrolled in a postgraduate research programme in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Auckland, who are undertaking a research project with a focus on New Zealand native reptiles and/or amphibians.Regulations
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