Funding for Presentations and Conferences
Funding for Conferences and Presentations
Following are some University resources for support for conference attendance and presentations for graduate students. There are sometimes limited departmental resources available, but students should apply for GAPSA and SAS funds first.
GAPSA Research Travel Grant Program: The GAPSA Research Student Travel Grant is available to full-time students who are pursuing a Ph.D. or research M.A. or M.S. degree. Students can apply for individual awards of up to $300 to help defray the costs associated with presenting their research at academic conferences and meetings.
School of Arts and Sciences Travel Funds: Limited travel funds for one trip per year will be made available to those PhD candidates who are invited to give papers or to serve as commentators at meetings of professional organizations. Only PhD candidates who are Full-time School of Arts and Sciences graduate students in residence at the University are eligible to apply for funds. Travel funds may be used to cover any eligible travel expenses consistent with University Policy. Travel expense will be covered up to a maximum of $300 (100% of the first $100; 75% of the remainder- up to a $300 maximum). Priority will be given to those students unable to secure funds from grants or from the department. Requests will only be considered upon the completion and submission of the Request for SAS Graduate Student Travel Subvention form prior to the trip; the form must be endorsed by the student's faculty advisor and by the Graduate Chair. The form can be found here. After completing the form return it to the graduate coordinator.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 10:00am
PSC Conference Room, 5th fl. McNeil Building
Penn Sociology Colloquium Series: Deirdre Bloome, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Michigan
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 12:00pm
103 McNeil Building
Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 5:00pm
National Museum of American Jewish History