Canadian Aquatic Resources Section of the American Fisheries Society

2016 Peter A. Larkin Award Competition

Applications are now being accepted for the Peter A. Larkin Student Award for Excellence in Fisheries. The purpose of the award is to identify the top current MSc and PhD level students that are conducting fisheries research at a Canadian institution. The award is not restricted to students with Canadian citizenship. Please pay attention to the page limitations for each section. Note that Times New Roman, 12pt font is to be used, with page margins of 2 cm on all sides. Upon completion of the application, please convert the document to a pdf and name the file with your last name followed by an underscore and Larkin (i.e., Lastname_Larkin.pdf). Completed documents are to be sent to:

Karen Murchie, CARS Larkin Committee, karen.murchie [at] gmail.com

Completed applications must be received no later than 4pm EDT, August 1, 2016.

Click here —>>>Larkin Award 2016 application for application

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