Proposals are invited for travel funding for full-time students whose independent work has been accepted for presentation at regional or national conferences. Funding is for the student(s) who actually present(s) the paper or work. The maximum limit on each award is $500. Student co-presenters will share a single grant.
Conference travel scheduled for the 2020-2021 academic year is eligible for consideration. Applications will be processed as received through April 15 each year.
Decisions will be based on the clarity, strength and completeness of the written proposal, appropriateness of the proposed budget, and strength of a supporting letter from the faculty adviser.
Once the award is made, any deviation in expenditures from the approved budget must receive the approval of the University Enrichment Committee. Please send such requests to Iana Abinales at email@example.com.
In order to obtain reimbursement for travel costs, students must submit a written report of the project, preferably in the format presented at the conference such as a paper or poster, to the University Enrichment Committee, c/o Iana Abinales at firstname.lastname@example.org within ten days of their return from the conference.
Because of the increasing demand for student research and travel funds, the University Enrichment Committee is unable to award more than one research or travel grant to a single student during the academic year.