Travel awards provide support to travel to the ASM Microbe conference. Awardees are selected by the Travel Award Committee on the basis of the scientific quality of the submitted abstracts. Applications must be submitted before abstract acceptance.
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The Diversity Scholarship Program (DSP) supports and strengthens the work of diverse grassroots leaders by sharing with them a broad range of preservation tools and networks. DSP provides financial assistance to individuals from diverse social, economic, racial, ethnic and cultural backgrounds to attend the National Preservation Conference. Scholarship recipients and alumni also receive preservation news […]
This award provides up to $1000 to a scholar to participate in a plenary or working session at the ASTR conference. This presentation must, in the spirit of Selma Jeanne Cohen, explore the intersections of theatre and dance/movement. Funds shall be used to cover travel and hotel expenses. The purpose of the award is to […]
This award of $500 supports graduate students who are presenting a paper or serving as a commenter at a session or panel of the Organization of American Historians annual conference.
This award supports Hispanic and/or Latina/o doctoral students who aspire to work as professors or administrators in higher education and who demonstrate academic potential. The award includes conference registration, hotel, and travel funding.
This $3,000 scholarship supports graduate and undergraduate food and agricultual science students who intend to pursue a career in accredited food safety auditing. Applicants must be able to attend the SQF International Conference, the costs of which will be covered by FMI.
This award provides PhD and MFA graduate students with partial reimbursement of travel expenses to attend to the CAA Annual Conference. Applicants must be current CAA members.
This award covers attendance to Humanities Without Walls, a summer workshop on careers outside of the academy and/or the tenure track system. The award covers housing, and fellows will receive $5,000 to cover all remaining costs associated with the workshop.
To enhance diversity in the field of criminal justice, the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) will support up to fifteen American Indian and Alaska Native students to attend a criminal justice-related conference to explore the role of science in solving complex problems to increase public safety.
Provides researchers in low-middle-income countries conference travel funding for the ASM Microbe annual meeting.