Henrietta Hutton Research Grant
The Henrietta Hutton Memorial Fund was established in 1964, in memory of Henrietta Hutton, née Cooke, an Oxford University student of Lady Margaret Hall. Henrietta was a keen ornithologist, Chairperson of the Oxford ornithologist Society and a founding member of the Oxford University Women's Exploration Club.
The Henrietta Hutton Memorial Fund offers a research grant to a student who intends to undertake field research overseas as an individual or as part of a multi-disciplinary team. One grant of £500 is available for an undergraduate student.
Jan 18, 2017
- Applicants must be students registered at a UK Higher Education Institution Preference will be given to field research studies with a significant geographical, social and/or environmental science or natural history element.
- Applicants should show evidence of strong host country participation in the field research to be undertaken.
- Applicants must begin their field research the same year the grant is awarded.
- Projects that involve joining an existing commercial organisation on a pre-paid tour will not be considered.
- The field research must be of more than four weeks duration but does not necessarily have to be connected to the student’s academic studies.
Two grants of £500 each
The field research must last longer than four weeks, but does not have to be related to the student’s academic studies.
How to Apply
Applications should be submitted by email to the Society’s Grants Officer by 18 January. This deadline will be strictly enforced.