International Travel Grants to GSA Meetings
Please visit the GSA International Section Web page for more information.
GSA/GSL Student support for 3rd YES Congress 2014
GSA and the Geological Society of London (GSL) are offering travel assistance to African students and early career geoscientists to attend the 3rd and the 25th 2014. Funds will be distributed in two parts. Upon notification of receipt of the award the societies will provide 75% of the funds. The remaining 25% may be collected at the conference. Young Earth Scientists (YES) Congress Colloquium of African Geology (CAG25) to be held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 11-16 August. Apply by 30 May.
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Financial assistance is offered to undergraduate and graduate students who are members of GSA for travel to both the GSA Section (regional) meetings and the GSA Annual Meeting. Follow the links below for instructions on how to apply.
GSA STUDENT TRAVEL FUND
GSA's meeting attendees can contribute to this fund via their Annual Meeting registration form. The number and amount of awards are be based solely on contributions received.
100% of the contributions received will go to help fund student travel to the GSA Annual Meeting. If there is an excess of funds left over, the remaining money will go back into the Student Travel Fund for next year's annual meeting.
MINORITIES & WOMEN
GSA Diversity in the Geosciences Committee may offer grants to encourage student participation in the GSA Annual Meeting. Check the "Students" section in the online meeting announcement to see if a grant is being offered for a given year.
DIVISION TRAVEL GRANTS
The Planetary Geology Division of the Geological Society of America is offering two travel grants of $500 each for students presenting first-authored papers at the 2008 GSA Annual Meeting. For more information, visit the Planetary Geology Division Web site.
The Society does not have programs that provide financial assistance for travel to the USA for education.