The Research Fellowship Program (RFP) helps train applied conservation scientists from developing countries.
Since the Research Fellowship Program (RFP)'s establishment in 1993, over 2,000 proposals totaling over $23 million have been submitted to WCS for funding, of which 300 proposals totaling more than $3 million have been funded.
Over 60% of the total funded proposals have come from national conservationists (citizens of the country in which they are conducting their research).
All grantees are graduate-level students pursuing masters, doctoral, or veterinary degrees (or equivalents). Collectively, these professionals will help to apply field-tested conservation science to the challenges facing conservation today.
For more information and schoarship application see; Wildlife Conservation Society Grants
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