Applicants must have submitted a paper abstract for the Annual Meeting Program, which has been accepted. Students who are presenting a poster are not eligible. If the abstract is co-authored, the student applying for the student travel award must have participated to a substantive degree in the research/writing. The abstract (and paper) should be based on some concern for "community," broadly conceived. Applicants must have also been enrolled as a student during some part of the current year. Applicants should submit a written statement not to exceed two printed, double-spaced pages. This statement should explain how attendance and participation in the annual meeting would contribute to their professional development. 2021 update: Due to changing the annual meeting to virtual format, SfAA will not be offering the Student Travel Awards for 2021. Check back next year for grant availability.
Low Amount Awarded
an undergraduate student or a graduate student
a university, a four-year college or two-year college
How to Apply
What you'll need:
Other - Statement explaining how attendance and participation in the annual meeting would contribute to applicant's professional development.