AOS is pleased to announce two fellowships of $15,000 each for ornithological research. This fellowship has been made possible through a generous bequest by Dr. Brina Kessel and is directed to early career scientists. The full range of ornithological research currently published in peer-reviewed journals, such as avian biology, ecology, behavior, conservation, genetics, interdisciplinary work, etc. can be supported. Poultry and agricultural research will not be considered.

Kessel Fellowship Eligibility

  • Kessel Fellowships are open to early-career researchers. This includes those who have received their Ph.D. within ten years of the grant submission date (an extra year of eligibility may be granted for parental leave), for example, po

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