Travel Grants

Have grant, will travel. If you’ve conducted research and want to present it at a research conference, you can apply for a travel grant. The grant funds your transportation to and from the conference up to a certain amount. Both undergraduates and graduate students can apply.

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For CNSM grad and undergrad students

CNSM Student Travel Grant

Awards: up to $750 maximum, but funds limited.

Who can apply

  • A student in a degree program housed in CNSM.
  • Must be currently enrolled in at least 3 graduate credits, or be a full-time undergraduate student.
  • Be in good academic standing.
  • Never received a CNSM Travel Grant during the course of a degree program.

Presentations

Preference will be given to presentations on research or work that applies to the student’s degree program.

How to Apply

  1. Abstract – An abstract of the paper being presented or other rationale for the travel (one-page limit.)
  2. One-page explanation – A brief explanation (one-page limit) of how the conference or event to which you will be traveling meets the objectives of the CNSM Travel Grant Program. This must be written by the applicant, then reviewed and signed by both the applicant and the appropriate department chair under which the applicant’s major falls.
  3. Itemized statement – Include an itemized statement of how the travel grant will be spent.
  4. Submit all four (4) documents to the dean’s office (Reichart 358).

Get application here.

For B&W grad students studying ungulates

CNSM Student Travel Grant

Awards: up to $750 maximum, but funds limited.

Who can apply

  • A student in a degree program housed in CNSM.
  • Must be currently enrolled in at least 3 graduate credits, or be a full-time undergraduate student.
  • Be in good academic standing.
  • Never received a CNSM Travel Grant during the course of a degree program.

Presentations

Preference will be given to presentations on research or work that applies to the student’s degree program.

How to Apply

  1. Abstract – An abstract of the paper being presented or other rationale for the travel (one-page limit.)
  2. One-page explanation – A brief explanation (one-page limit) of how the conference or event to which you will be traveling meets the objectives of the CNSM Travel Grant Program. This must be written by the applicant, then reviewed and signed by both the applicant and the appropriate department chair under which the applicant’s major falls.
  3. Itemized statement – Include an itemized statement of how the travel grant will be spent.
  4. Submit all four (4) documents to the dean’s office (Reichart 358).

Get application here.

Why attend a research conference?

  • Network with other students and professionals in your field
  • Gain experience communicating your science
  • See how scientists and/or mathematicians convey their research at a professional meeting
  • Learn about the current research in your field
  • Receive feedback on your research
  • It’s fun!
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