DRAFT ethics code for discussion at IPS 2012, taken from MacKinnon, K. C. and Riley E. P. (in press). Contemporary Ethical Issues in Field Primatology. In: J. MacClancy and A. Fuentes (eds), Ethics in the Field: Contemporary Challenges. Oxford, UK: Berghahn Books
The Research Committee of IPS awards grants of up to $1500 to support outstanding primate research proposals. We invite proposals for primate-oriented research projects with a strong theoretical component. These projects can be conducted in the field and/or in captivity. Scientific excellence will be the primary selection criterion. Proposals for projects focusing solely on primate conservation or on the captive care of nonhuman primates will not be considered by the Research Committee and should be directed to the Conservation or Captive Care Committees.
A reference letter is not required for submission of proposals. Please submit your porposal as pdf-file!
If you have any questions regarding this funding mechanism, please contact Dr. Joanna Setchell at email@example.com.
Application Due: March 1st
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(Note - if you do not receive confirmation of receipt of your application within 2 weeks of submission, please contact the committee VP listed above.)
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