Now accepting applications!

The Ages Foundation Fellowship and Bursaries program will allow students 
to study in a relatively undisturbed, yet highly accessible site in 
Waterloo Region. The monetary awards will help ensure successful 
candidates have the necessary resources to conduct and report on their 
research at rare. It will also allow the student to give a presentation at 
a conference in their discipline. Four recipients will be selected and 
awarded amounts of: $4,000, $2,000, and two $1,000 awards. 

This is open to all graduate students. Applications are due April 23rd. 
Visit  www.raresites.org/research/scholarship   for more information. 

The rare Charitable Research Reserve is also available for departmental 
seminars and guest lectures. Contact jenna.qu...@raresites.org if 
interested.

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