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Andy Clark C92 at PSUVM.PSU.EDU
Fri Oct 28 22:44:50 EST 1994

American Society of Naturalists

The Young Investigators' Prizes recognize outstanding and promising work
by investigators who have received their doctorates in the preceding three
years or who are in their final year of graduate school.  The prizes include
presentation of a research paper at the annual meeting, reimbursement for
travel to the annual meeting, and a $500 honorarium.  The prize committee
requests applications for the 1995 prizes from anyone supporting the
objectives of the Society.  Suggested names and addresses of people who
should be encouraged to apply are also welcome.

Applications consist of:

1. No more than three pages (excluding tables, fugres and references) that
summarize the applicant's work.

2. No more that four apporpriate reprints (or preprints with documentation
of acceptance for publication).

3. A curriculum vitae.

4. Two letters from individuals familiar with the applicant's work.

Three copies of the application materials should be sent in collated
packets by January 31, 1995 to:

Dr. Andrew Clark, Chair
Prize Committee
Department of Biology
Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802 USA
email: c92 at psuvm.psu.edu

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