On the occasion of its upcoming biennial meeting (July 6–9, 2021), the International Association of Bryologists will award Stanley Greene Research Grants in support of bryological research.
Most recent recipients are:
- 2019. Eugene LorenceR. Logatoc (University of the Philippines, Los Baños). Bryophyte diversity and conservation in the Kaigangan Forest of Samar Island, Philippines.
- 2019. Brian Espinoza–Prieto (Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Peru). Taxonomy and distribution of the genus Frullania in Peru.
Applications must be received by April 1st, 2021. Note that proposals must be in English.
Format: The proposal should contain: a clear description of project; its objectives and methods; a budget; the expected outputs; the broader significance of the project. Students should join a letter from their advisor confirming their student status. The proposal must be no longer than two pages (not including references).
Maximum award amount: $1,500 USD.
Adjudication: The following will be considered, but not limited to, in evaluating proposals: innovation, feasibility, suitability of proposed project, appropriate budget, clear and concise proposal (clear objectives, methods, etc.) and and broader impact, or broader significance. The award will be given in priority to early career scientists or bryologists (MSc, PhD) submitting a proposal for research in Bryology.