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The history of DEMO: An experiment in regeneration harvest of northwestern forest ecosystems. Northwest Science 73:3-11.

Student Research Grant Competition

We regret that the Student Grant Competition will not take place in 2024 because of the challenging financial environment at present. Past recipients of the student grant award are listed here.

In past years, the Northwest Scientific Association has awarded grants of up to $1,500 to support student research in the pure and applied sciences. For students, this is an opportunity to generate funding for your research, gain experience organizing a grant proposal, add substance to your CV, and potentially have your research published in the scientific quarterly, Northwest Science. Graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to apply. Research grants are awarded up to $750 for winning undergraduate (BA/BS) proposals, and up to $1500 for winning graduate (MA/MS or PhD) proposals. Applicants must be either student or regular members of the NWSA for the current year at the time of application.  

Grant monies may only be used to support research travel, lab analysis, materials, and supplies for student research. Proposals requesting salary support or travel to meetings, or publication charges, will not be considered. Funding will only be offered for projects conducted in northwestern North America. 

Conflict-of-interest policy for NWSA student grants committee members.

  Winners are announced each year at the Annual Meeting. 

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