The Biomaterial Interfaces Division is offering student awards (starting at $500 for first place) for the best Flash Presentation/Poster or oral presentation at one of the BI sessions on their thesis research.
This award pays for graduate students of diverse backgrounds to travel to the Society of American Archivists conference. Each recipient receives full complimentary registration and related expenses for hotel and travel to attend the SAA Annual Meeting during the year the fellowship is received.
The purpose of this award is to encourage graduate students working with insects or other arthropods in the broad areas of physiology, biochemistry, and molecular biology to affiliate with ESA’s Integrative Physiological and Molecular Insect Systems Section and to attend the ESA Annual Meeting.
Award is given to the best student presentation by a Gerontological Society of America (GSA) member at the society’s annual scientific meeting.
The Romer Prize recognizes an outstanding scientific contribution in vertebrate paleontology by a predoctoral student. Selection is based on scientific value and quality of a submitted abstract of an original research project and an oral presentation at the SVP Annual Meeting.
The Alexander Gerschenkron Prize is awarded for the best dissertation in the economic history of an area outside of the United States or Canada published during the preceding year.
This award is given for outstanding graduate student research while enrolled in a counseling psychology program. The student must be nominated and the piece of research can be submitted up to one year after graduation. The nominee must be the principal author of the research.
Program directors are encouraged to nominate students who have made outstanding contributions to public service through research, teaching, program development, or clinical practice for a $500 award.
Electronic Materials & Processing Division welcomes applications for the EMPD Postdoctoral cash award for postdoctoral fellows who will be presenting EMPD papers at this year’s International Symposium.
This award is made by the Women’s Caucus of ASECS for the best graduate student paper on a feminist or Women’s Studies subject presented at the ASECS Annual Meeting or regional meetings during the academic year. In addition to special recognition, the prize carries a cash award of $350.