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On behalf of the National Participant Network, the GBIF Secretariat is pleased to invite nominations for the 2023 Graduate Researcher Award . This annual program aims to encourage and recognize innovative research and discoveries in biodiversity informatics made by graduate students whose master’s and doctoral studies are based on data from GBIF.
The Graduate Researchers Award (previously the Young Researchers Award ) is an annual program aimed at fostering innovative research and discovery in biodiversity informatics. The GRA provides prizes to two graduate students—generally one Master’s candidate and one Ph.D candidate—nominated by GBIF Participant countries .
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Requirements for GBIF Graduate Researchers Award Qualification
Applicants must provide a letter of support attesting to their affiliation with a graduate university program to be eligible for the award. Applicants must be either
- Citizens of a GBIF participating country
- Students from an institution located in a GBIF participating country
Nominations can come from the GBIF Delegation or Node of the candidate’s country of citizenship or the country of the candidate’s host institution.
Benefits of GBIF Graduate Researchers Award
The 2023 program will offer a pair of prizes worth €5,000 recognizing the work of two early-career researchers – preferably, a master’s candidate and a doctoral student – who receive official nominations from Heads of Delegations or communication node managers of GBIF participating countries.
Documents Required for Application
Candidates must prepare their proposal and nomination file including:
- A research summary ( 200 words )
- A project description ( 5 pages maximum, Arial 12 points ) that describes
a. The need for the research and the question(s) it answers.
b. The role of data accessible through GBIF in answering these questions . Research proposals must clearly demonstrate how the study incorporates data mobilized by GBIF. Students who have questions about the data mobilized by GBIF should work with their Academic Advisors, GBIF National Node, GBIF Secretariat or Scientific Committee members to improve their understanding.
vs. The scope of the research, plan, methodologies, citations of relevant literature and timeline.
d. If applicable, a description or excerpt of a data management plan describing how research-related data is published or will be prepared for publication through the GBIF network on GBIF.org.
- Curriculum vitae of the candidate student including full contact details of the home institution.
- Supporting documents
a. An official letter from the student’s mentor/supervisor certifying that the applicant is a student in good standing in the university’s graduate program.
b. At least one, and no more than three, letters of support from established researchers active in a field that encompasses and integrates biodiversity informatics (e.g., genetics, species composition and traits, biogeography, ecology, systematics, etc.)
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How to Apply
Go to Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) on www.gbif.org to apply
Students seeking nomination should approach the Head of Delegation or Head of Communications Node of a GBIF Participating Country, whether Voting or Associate (see full list ). National participants are responsible for establishing their own timelines and processes for receiving and processing student applications. Therefore, young students who wish to be nominated should consult the websites of their national GBIF participants or contact the Head of Delegation or Node Leader directly.
Student proposals are first reviewed and prioritized nationally. GBIF National Nodes are encouraged to work closely with academic communities and higher education institutions in their countries and reach out to relevant academic programs and research groups.
Heads of National Delegations and/or Heads of National Nodes may submit a maximum of two nominees per country to the GBIF Secretariat at gradresearchersaward@GBIF.org by the submission deadline: June 19, 2023 . Heads of Delegation and Heads of Communication Nodes will ensure that submissions are complete and include all of the items listed below. Incomplete proposal submissions will not be considered.
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