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Travel Awards

Travel awards are presented each year to provide partial financial support to students and scientists from USA, Canada and other countries to attend and present at the annual meeting. Travel awards are competitive and applicants must adhere to PSG’s application requirements. There are three travel award categories: (1) USA & Canada Student, (2) Non-USA & Canada Student, and (3) International Scientist (non-USA & Canada). More information on how to apply for the awards can be found in the PSG Handbook and on the  Annual Meeting page. Funds to support the student travel awards are raised primarily from the annual Silent Auction and donations – please donate here!  Funds to support the international scientist travel awards are raised primarily through donations.

Congratulations to all 2018 Travel Award Recipients!

2018 U.S. & Canada Student Travel Awards
Carmen Antaky (University of Hawaii, MS Student)
Abraham Borker (University of California-Santa Cruz, PhD Student)
Emile Brisson Curadeau (McGill University, MS student)
Jennifer Curl (University of Alaska-Fairbanks, MS student)
Matthew Fuirst (Stoneybrook University, MS student)
Julia Gulka (University of Manitoba, MS student)
William Hemstrom (University of California-Davis, PhD student)
Brian Hoover (University of California-Davis, PhD student)
Edward Jenkins (University of Manitoba, MS student)
Ana Medina (Oregon State University, Undergraduate student)
Amy Miles (University of California-Davis, Undergraduate student)
Allison Patterson (McGill University, PhD student)
Julia Rowe (University of Hawaii-Manoa, PhD student)
Olivia Townsend (San Jose State University, MS student)
Christopher Tyson (University of California-Davis, PhD student)

2018 Early Career Scientist Travel Awards
Emily Coletta (Oikonos)
Ruth Kazmerzak (University of Washington)
Juliet Lamb (University of Rhode Island)
Jennifer Lang (Seattle Audubon)
Joyce Realegeno (Los Angeles Audubon)
Jill Tengeres (Oregon State University)

2018 Non-U.S. & Canada Student Travel Awards
Alejandra Nadezhda Arreola García (Undergraduate student)
Saul Carrazco (Undergraduate student)
Miguel Cruz-Ramos (Undergraduate student)
Gabriela Jacqueline De la Cruz Pino (Universidad Veracruzana, Undergraduate student)
Diego Gonzales Del Carpio (Undergraduate student)
Diego Gonzalez (MS student)
Francia González-Collins (Undergraduate student)
Hector Hernández-Ceseña (Undergraduate student)
Kentaro Ito (Phd student)
Mami Kazama (MS student)
Anicee Lombal (PhD student)
Veronica Lopez (Undergraduate student)
Gerardo Marron (Undergraduate student)
Pamela Carolina Mora Solano (Undergraduate student)
Ana Pérez-Cañizares (Undergraduate student)
Brunilda Menares Parra (Undergraduate student)
Maressa Polito (Undergraduate student)
Miho Sakao (PhD student)
Iridiana Salazar-Valenzuela (Undergraduate student)
Karime Solano-León (Undergraduate student)
Frank Suárez (MS student)
Aika Umeyama (MS student)
Brenda Guzmán Vázquez (Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur, Undergraduate student)

2018 International Scientist Travel Awards (non-USA & Canada)
Mónica Gonzalez Jaramillo (nvestigación y Soluciones Socioambietales A.C., México)
Sylvia Hernandez (La Fundación para la Sustentabilidad del Gaviotín Chico, Chile)
Fernando Medrano (University of Chile-Santiago, Chile)
Yoshitaka Minowa (Marine Bird Restoration Group, Japan)
Barbara Olmedo (La Fundación para la Sustentabilidad del Gaviotín Chico, Chile)
Rigoberto Rosas-Luis (México)
Luis Salinas Peba (México)
Patricia Saravia (Perú)
Cecilia Soldatini (Centro de Investigación Científica y de Educación Superior de Ensenada, México)
Cristian Suazo (BirdLife International, Chile)
Adriana Vallarino (México)
Jhonson Vizcarra (Perú)
Carlos Zavalaga Reyes (Universidad Científica del Sur, Perú)
Graciela Tiburcio Pintos (México)
Lyanne Ampuero (Perú)

Past Travel Award Recipients

2017 PSG Annual Meeting, Tacoma, WA
2016 PSG Annual Meeting, Oahu, HI

Connect with Us

PSG Secretary
Jane Dolliver
secretary@pacificseabirdgroup.org

Marine Ornithology

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Conservation Grants

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