North American Caribou Workshop Graduate Fellowship in Wildlife Management

The North American Caribou Workshop Graduate Fellowship in Wildlife Management is geared towards graduate students with a demonstrated interest in aspects of caribou research, monitoring or management and who consider different disciplines or subdisciplines such as ecology, economy, governance, resource management and land use planning.

One fellowship at $1275.00 will be offered to a graduate student who:

  1. was enrolled full-time in the Faculty of Graduate Studies, in any Master’s or doctoral program delivered by a unit in the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources, in the year in which the award was tenable;
  2. has achieved a minimum degree grade point average of 3.50 (or equivalent) over the last 60 credit hours of study;
  3. demonstrates an interest in aspects of caribou research, monitoring or management and who considers different disciplines or subdisciplines such as ecology, economy, governance, resource management and land use planning.

Applications must be accompanied by:

  1. a short essay (500 words maximum) explaining how different disciplines contribute to caribou research, monitoring as well as management as well as listing any relevant project(s) and /or experience in wildlife management in Manitoba and Canada;            
  2. an official transcript and resume or curriculum vitae;
  3. two letters of recommendation


Completed applications must be submitted to Ilka Cudmore, Awards Secretary, Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources Dean’s office in 440 Wallace Building.

DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 29, 2017