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Ernst Mayr Travel Grant

Purpose

To stimulate taxonomic work on neglected taxa.

Announcements of awards will be made within 2 months of the closing date.

Eligibility

This grant is open to all

Quantity Available

Varies

Frequency

Twice a year

Study Length

1 year

Award Value

Awards average about $1,000 each and may not exceed $1,500.

Application procedure

Applicants must submit a short project description, itinerary, budget, a curriculum vitae and three letters of support. No proposal forms are required or provided. Proposals may be submitted through standard mail or electronically. Submissions through standard mail must include five copies of all materials and be received by the closing date. Proposals submitted electronically must be created in Microsoft Word or plain ASCII text format. For additional information visit the website, external linkor emailing

Closing date

October 15th and April 1st

Contributor

Ernst Mayr

Study Level

  • Research
  • Unrestricted


Harvard Extension School

Established: 1636

Faculty: About 2,100 faculty members and more than 10,000 academic appointments in affiliated teaching hospitals

Students: Harvard College — About 6,700
Graduate and professional students — About 14,500
Total — About 21,000

School color: Crimson

Living alumni: More than 323,000, over 271,000 in the U.S., nearly 52,000 in some 201 other countries

Nobel laureates: 44 current and former faculty members

Motto: Veritas (Latin for “truth”)

Real estate holdings:4,979 acres

Library collection: About 16.2 million volumes

Faculties, schools, and an institute:
Harvard University is made up of 11 principal academic units — ten faculties and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. The ten faculties oversee schools and divisions that offer courses and award academic degrees.

University Professors: 22 ‘individuals of distinction’

Harvard University President: Drew Gilpin Faust

Naming: The name Harvard comes from the college’s first benefactor, the young minister John Harvard of Charlestown. Upon his death in 1638, he left his library and half his estate to the institution established in 1636 by vote of the Great and General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

Contact Details


  • www.harvard.edu
  • 617 495 2791
  • 617 496 8081
  • c/o Department of Music
    Harvard University
    Cambridge
    MA
    2138
    United States of America

More information

For more information regarding this award, please contact the Harvard Extension School by using the links below.




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