Rare-Ages Foundation Research Fellowship & Bursaries: The rare Charitable Research Reserve in partnership with Ages Foundation Fund is offering financial assistance to students in pursuits of higher education.
The rare-Ages Foundation Research Fellowship & Bursaries will allow students to study in a relatively undisturbed, yet highly accessible site in Waterloo Region. Applications are encouraged from Indigenous students utilizing Indigenous and/or Western knowledge systems and methodologies.
To be eligible for the Rare-Ages Foundation Research Fellowship & Bursaries, applicants must meet the following criteria:
How-to-Apply: Interested applicants for the Rare-Ages Foundation Research Fellowship & Bursaries are to note that it is highly recommended that you contact the rare Program Scientist to discuss your project in advance of applying.
If you are not currently conducting research at rare, download and complete the rare Research and Land Use Application Form, including Appendix One. Note you are required to submit one letter of recommendation with your application (see pg. 10 for more details).
If you are currently conducting research at rare and have already completed a research application form for your project, download and complete Appendix One. This will be reviewed in conjunction with your research application.
Submit application to:
Program Scientist – Research Priorities, Partnerships & Monitoring
rare Charitable Research Reserve
Application Deadline: April 1st, 2021
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