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Frontiers In Hydrology Meeting Student Travel Grant

Travel grants for the Frontiers In Hydrology Meeting

The Frontiers In Hydrology Meeting Student Travel Grant provides financial assistance to student attendees at the Frontiers In Hydrology Meeting. All students attending the meeting may apply, but preference will be given to students from historically marginalized communities or vulnerable populations. Awards will be given in the amount of $1000 USD, with both in-person and virtual attendees eligible to apply.  

Applications open: Applications open now

Application deadline: 16 May 2022

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Eligibility and application requirements

To demonstrate eligibility for a Frontiers In Hydrology Meeting student travel grant, you must meet the following criteria and requirements for your application:
  • 1
    Be an enrolled high school student, two- or four-year undergraduate student or graduate student at an accredited academic institution
  • 2
    Demonstrate financial need by current annual income range
  • 3
    Demonstrate sufficient funding resources to cover your meeting registration and travel expenses upfront

Travel to the Frontiers in Hydrology Meeting

Submit your application for a student travel grant by May 16!
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Grant payment

Recipients attending the Meeting in-person: In-person attendees must provide documentation confirming that the US is authorizing travel from their home country and that Covid-19 travel regulations allow them to attend the Meeting. A grant in the amount of $1000 USD will be disbursed to reimburse costs associated with attending the Meeting. Eligible expenses include, but are not limited to, meeting registration, housing accommodations, travel expenses, visa fees, poster printing fees, personal expenses, etc. If a recipient’s Meeting related costs total less than $1000 USD, the remaining funds must be used towards educational expenses (tuition, fees, housing, transportation, loans, etc.).

Recipients attending the Meeting virtually: A grant in the amount of $1000 USD will be disbursed to reimburse costs associated with attending the Meeting virtually and to support educational expenses. Eligible virtual meeting expenses include purchasing or renting technology (WiFi hotspot, laptop, laptop accessories, computer software), transportation to access technology, housing to access technology, dependent care, unpaid leave/lost wages, etc. Eligible educational expenses include tuition, fees, housing, loans, transportation, personal expenses, etc.

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General inquiries

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