Travel awards

Travel Awards for Young Investigators

Travel awards for young, US-based investigators are available to help cover the costs of registration, 5 nights of housing, and partial travel expenses towards airfare. An US National Science Foundation grant will provide $1250 USD and an US Department of Agriculture will provide $1625 USD.

 

Eligibility

 

The NSF-funded award is open to students and postdocs and the USDA-funded award to students, postdocs, and assistant professors. For both awards, awardees are not required to be U.S. citizens, but must be studying or employed in the USA. Applications from women and other under-represented groups are encouraged. Students and postdocs will be considered for either award.

 

To Apply

Applicants should submit the following:

  1. a scientific Abstract for the research they will present at the symposium
  2. a CV
  3. a brief personal statement (limited to 350 words) of research goals, the reasons for attending the symposium, an explanation of how the meeting will benefit professional growth, and a description of financial need
  4. Students and Postdocs- a letter of support from the research mentor that indicates support for the applicant’s participation and describes financial need

 

For full consideration, the above items should be submitted by email as a single pdf to Scientific Committee members Brad Binder (bbinder @ utk.edu) and Gloria Muday (muday @ wfu.edu) by 1 April 2022. Please have “Ethylene2022 Travel Award” in the subject line.

Applicants will be informed of the Committee’s decisions by the end of April, 2022.

Contact

Ethylene secretariat

6 allée Emile Monso - BP 34038

31029 Toulouse Cedex 4

ethylene2022@toulouse-inp.fr

+33 5 34 32 31 19