Eligibility Requirements for Student-Travel to 2018 CPHS, Dec 14-15, 2018, Miami, FL, USA
- The student must be enrolled in a full-time graduate program at a US university. If the student is enrolled overseas, they must be US citizens.
- A letter of endorsement from the advisor must be provided, describing all the below points:
- Why this travel grant is needed, with justification for lack of funds.
- Description of the student’s research, with explanation of student’s contribution in the paper.
- A statement that the student’s paper/poster will be presented.
- Potential impact of this travel to the student’s future career.
- If possible, please also let us know if the student is from under-represented groups including undergraduate students, minorities and women.
- First preference will be given to student-authors of accepted papers/posters in the conference.
- Demonstrated need for support.
- Under-represented groups including undergraduate students, minorities and women. A minimum of 25% of the travel support obtained will be allocated to these groups.
- The letter must be received by October 10, 2018. Students selected for support will be informed by October 13, 2018.
- Please note that the travel support is not certain. If the funding comes through, further details of reimbursement will be provided to the students and their advisors.
- Please note that all travel made by the awardees using the NSF travel grant funds must be on US-flag carriers.
For more information:
Please contact Dr. Yucelen: firstname.lastname@example.org