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Travel Award Information
Four types of travel awards are being offered this year through ABRCMS and the FASEB MARC Program to ABRCMS attendees and judges. Provided below are information and application requirements for each travel award.
***Please note, attendees are allowed to apply to both the ABRCMS Student Travel Award and the FASEB MARC Travel Award, but can only accept one.***
ABRCMS Student Travel Award
Application Deadline: Friday, September 5, 2014
The ABRCMS Student Travel Award provides undergraduate and postbaccalaureate students up to $1,500 to cover registration, housing and travel (airfare and ground transportation). Graduate students and postdoctoral scientists are not eligible to apply.
ABRCMS Student Travel Award Questions? Contact (202) 942-9348 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ABRCMS Judges' Travel Subsidy
Application Deadline: Friday, September 26, 2014
First-time ABRCMS judges (postdoctoral scientists and research faculty members) available to judge all poster and oral sessions scheduled throughout the conference are eligible to apply for the Judges’ Travel Subsidy. Must be an active researcher. The subsidy provides up to $1,850 to cover registration, housing and travel.
ABRCMS Judges' Travel Subsidy Questions? Contact (202) 942-9228 or email@example.com
FASEB MARC Program Travel Award
Application Deadline: Friday, October 3, 2014
The FASEB MARC Travel Award provides first time undergraduate student presenters up to $1,950 to be used for travel related expenses and/or conference registration. Graduate students and postdoctoral scientists are not eligible to apply.
Decisions are made on a rolling basis.
FASEB MARC Travel Award Questions? Contact (301) 634-7109 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ABRCMS-LINK Travel Award
Application Deadline: Monday, October 13, 2014
The ABRCMS-LINK Travel Award will subsidize travel costs (including registration, housing, and transportation) for active researchers selected to participate in the ABRCMS Mentoring Strategies Workshop. This is a 2-day intensive, interactive ideas workshop to tackle our greatest mentoring challenges, build collaborations, and promote innovative thinking. Active researchers and educators who are willing to engage in a creative exchange of ideas, experiences, and solutions are encouraged to apply.
ABRCMS-LINK Travel Award Questions? Contact email@example.com