How to Apply
Lillian and Alex Feir Graduate Student Travel Award in Insect Physiology Biochemistry or Molecular Biology
Sponsored by The Entomological Foundation
All students using arthropods to study any aspect of basic or applied physiology, biochemistry, or molecular biology in their broadest senses for their masters' or doctoral research are eligible to apply. The student does not have to present a paper in order to receive the award. Students from all science departments are encouraged to apply. A student may reapply¬† but preference will be given to a student who has not received the award previously. The winner must be a student or full (if graduated since applying for the award) member of the Entomological Society of America (ESA) at the time he or she uses the award to attend a meeting. The winner will be presented to Section B at the meeting he or she attends.
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Applications/nominations must be submitted electronically. Please click here for details on electronic submission requirements.
Each applicant should submit:
Application/nomination packages must be received by the Entomological Foundation Headquarters by July 1.
Any candidate nominated, but not selected, may be renominated no more than two times within the two-year period after his/her initial submission. Application/nomination packages will be retained for two years by the Entomological Foundation Headquarters. Nominators must send a letter of renomination to firstname.lastname@example.org by the award deadline above. Previously submitted documentation will be used for the evaluation process unless the nominator submits new or updated documents. The renomination e-mail must contain this additional documentation. New or updated documents must follow the electronic submission requirements.
The Entomological Foundation Headquarters will notify all candidates and their nominators, where applicable, with the results of their application.