September 2000
Science Teacher;Sep2000, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p105
Academic Journal
Reports that the Coleopterists Society has established a program to encourage students who are studying beetles. Monetary grants offered to program participants; Objectives of the program; Applications for grants; Contact information.


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