AES Student Research Award

The AES Student Research Award will be given in recognition of a single, significant research publication in evolutionary biology that forms part of the applicant’s Masters or PhD thesis and has been published in the last 2 years. The Award includes an invitation to present an Award talk at the AES conference, with registration fees covered by AES. Student scholarships are often available to assist with a portion of travel and accommodation costs, but are not guaranteed.

Details on Eligibility, Selection Criteria and Application process can be found
HERE.

AES Early Career Researcher Award

The AES Early Career Researcher Award will be given to a researcher less than 5 years post-PhD who has shown substantive and significant contributions to evolutionary biology. The awardee is expected to have multiple research outputs and show a strong trajectory in research quality, independence, and leadership. The Award includes an invitation to present a plenary lecture at the AES conference, with registration fees, domestic travel, and accommodation covered by AES.

Details on Eligibility, Selection Criteria and Application process can be found
HERE.