I am an undergraduate student who is seeking scholarships and/or grants
to enable me to participate in Columbia University's Biosphere 2 program
this coming spring. Courses that I will enroll in at the bio2 program
include Earth Systems Science; Conservation Biology; Law, Politics, and
Economics of Global Change; Planetary Management Seminar and Laboratory;
and an independent research project in environmental science and policy.
I want to attend this conference in order to receive a broader knowledge
of environmental issues and innovative renewable energy resources -- my
long-term goal is to utilize sustainable agricultural techniques in
order to understand the benefits and difficulties of sustainable living,
and then share my knowledge with others -- i want to promote viable
alternatives for young adults who want to begin farming --
I hope that someone has information about scholarships or grants for
this project -- I will only be able to attend if I have outside funding.
711 East John Street
Appleton, WI 54911
On Wed, 07 Oct 1998 09:48:56 -0400 (EDT) INF3@musicb.mcgill.ca (John
Henning, Eco-echo, McGill U., Montreal, Ca) wrote:
>re: Source of Funding
>The Canadian Embassy in Washington is administering
>a program to provide funding support to PhD students.
>This is for students at US universities (US citizens
>or permanent residents) who wish to conduct research
>at a Canadian institution.
>Research should be in the social sciences and
>humanities. Priority topics include trade, economic
>issues, environment, and natural resources. (I think
>sustainable agr. could fit quite easily)
>Deadline is Oct 31, 1998.
>This is all the information I have at the moment.
>For more information please contact the Canadian
>Embassy in Washington.
>John Henning, McGill U.
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