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Category: Horticulture & Related Fields
The Catherine H. Beattie Fellowship
in Conservation Horticulture
FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
Purpose: To promote conservation of rare and endangered flora in the United States through the programs of the Center for Plant Conservation, St. Louis, Missouri.
History: The Beattie Fellowship was established to honor Catherine H. Beattie, GCA president (1981-1983), outstanding arranger, and gardener devoted to the preservation of wildflowers.
Provisions: Provides one annual research grant of up to $4500, regarded as compensation for work at a botanical garden by the student, who jointly serves the program of the Center for Plant Conservation and his/her curricular studies.
Eligibility: Open to graduate students in biology, horticulture, or a related field. Preference is given to students whose projects focus on the endangered flora of the Carolinas and southeastern United States.
To Apply: See Catherine H. Beattie Fellowship application and guidelines. Completed applications must be received at the Center for Plant Conservation in St. Louis, MO, by November 30 preceding the period of study.
Selection: Selection is by the Science Advisory Council of the Center for Plant Conservation and is approved by the GCA Scholarship Committee.
Fund: The Catherine H. Beattie Fellowship Fund is managed by the GCA.
Contact: Beattie Fellowship, Center for Plant Conservation. P.O. Box 299, St. Louis, MO 63166-0299. website: http://www.centerforplantconservation.org/beattie.asp