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Application Deadline is annually on March 1st
The IPS Research Committee awards grants of up to $1500 to support primate-oriented research projects with a strong theoretical component. These projects can be conducted in the field or in captivity. If you plan to include community conservation in your program you may be eligible for an additional Conservation through Community Involvement (CCI) award of $500. Please see the form for more information.
We do not consider proposals for projects focusing solely on primate conservation or on the captive care of nonhuman primates. Please direct these to the Conservation or Captive Care Committee, as appropriate.
We receive approximately 80 applications each year, from all over the world. We particularly encourage proposals from primatologists from range-state countries.
To help in the preparation of your proposal we have several examples of successful recent grant applications, they can be downloaded here:
We now provide feedback on proposals from nationals of range-state countries. Applications must be submitted by the 1st February for feedback; revised submissions must be resubmitted by the March 1st deadline.
Send your application AS ONE PDF DOCUMENT, named "LAST NAME, First name.pdf" to: Prof Marina Cords (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Our evaluation criteria include:
We do not require a reference letter for submission of proposals.
Please submit your proposal as pdf-file named as follows: LAST NAME, First name.pdf
If you have any questions regarding this funding mechanism, please contact Prof. Marina Cords at email@example.com
(Note - if you do not receive confirmation of receipt of your application within 2 weeks of submission, please contact the committee VP listed above.)
Guidelines to help get your research published
Prof. Jo Setchell, Editor-in-chief of the IJP, has shared her slides from her workshop on
how to get published here: Workshop on Getting Published, Setchell, IPS 2014, Ha Noi.pdf