The goal of the Envirovet Summer Institute is to create a force of scientists with unique perspectives, knowledge, skills, and expertise required to implement an efficient approach to ecosystem repair that will enable synchronous gains in wildlife, domestic animal, human, and economic health.
Each participant in Envirovet Summer Institute will engage in comprehensive classroom, laboratory, and field interactions.
Individuals with determination, stamina, sense of purpose, keen intelligence, and capacity to envision and pursue positive outcomes in the face of incomplete knowledge and institutional inertia are invited to apply for admission to the Envirovet Summer Institute.
Eligibility for participation in Envirovet Summer Institutes requires a statement regarding an intended career in wildlife and ecosystem health, as well as at least one year of veterinary school or an advanced degree in a relevant discipline with a defined animal health component.
Each applicant should submit:
(WWF-EFN) provides grants for especially capable wildlife specialists likely to benefit from Envirovet Summer Institute.
Individuals from developing countries who wish to be considered for such a waiver should apply to Envirovet through the website and fill out the fee waiver portion of the Envirovet application.