Named in honor of David S. Tuber (1942-1995) this award was created by Victoria L. Voith & Peter L. Borchelt, editors of the book "Readings in Companion Animal Behaviour" for his seminal contribution to the field of clinical animal behavior. David S. Tuber was one of the first behaviorist to apply the principles of animal behavior to the behavioral problems of companion animals. Applicants for student grants must be enrolled in a graduate program and must be active members of the Animal Behavior Society. Members of the Association for the Study of Animal Behavior are eligible for the Cetacean Behavior Conservation grant. The ABS also offers the Developing Nations Grant to support students and other researchers from developing nations. Research grants range from $500 to $2000 USD, de

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