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FINAL REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH GRANTS

Klarich and Blanco ICRG project 2008
Crew working on 2008 ICRG Project Dr. Elizabeth A Klarich Cotsen Inst (UCLA), Santa Monica, CA; and Luis Flores Blanco, Puno, Peru – 2008 ICRG project awarded to Eliz. Klarich and Luis Flores Blanco to aid collaborative research on "Evaluating Early Urbanism at Pukara, Peru"
Upon conclusion of the research phase funded by the Wenner-Gren Foundation, the primary grantee must submit on behalf of the co-grantee and all other principal investigators the following reports.  It is not necessary to have completed the entire research project. Reports should be e-mailed as attachments to Programs Administrator, Mark Ropelewski at mropelewski(at)wennergren.org.

The grantee will be notified when the grant is complete.  If a notification of completion is not received, the grantee should contact the Foundation to check on the status. Please be sure to update all contact information (mailing address, phone and fax numbers, e-mail address, etc.) when Final Reports are sent.  Please note: all reports must be submitted in file formats compatible with Microsoft Office 2010. If you have any questions regarding these reports, please contact Programs Administrator, Mark Ropelewski at mropelewski(at)wennergren.org

For International Collaborative Research and Post PhD  Research Grants:

  1. Final Report, maximum 1500 words, or three pages, summarizing the research phase supported by Wenner-Gren