[unav_all] Student Travel Grants available for upcoming IAG meeting

Jeff Freymueller jfreymue at gi.alaska.edu
Mon Mar 28 11:19:30 MST 2005


Travel grants are available for students and young scientists to attend 
the upcoming International Association of Geodesy (IAG) assembly in 
Cairns, Australia, August 22-25. The grants are available for US 
citizens (maybe permanent residents, check the AGU website), who are 
students or recently finished their Ph.D. degree. The travel grant 
program is administered financially by the AGU on behalf of the US 
National Committee for the IUGG. The abstract deadline for the meeting 
is in late April, and the travel grant application deadline is at the 
same time. Application for the grants is made to the AGU; see the link 
below for full details.

If you qualify, or work with students or young scientists who qualify, 
please encourage them to check out the websites below for more 
information. I personally received one of these grants to attend the 
1991 IUGG (back when I qualified as "young"), and it was a great 

The Meeting website:

The AGU Travel Grant website:

Dr. Jeffrey T. Freymueller         Office: 907-474-7286
Geophysical Institute              Fax:    907-474-7290
University of Alaska, Fairbanks    Home:   907-479-3550
PO Box 757320                      Cell:   907-322-7632
Fairbanks, AK 99775-7320           email: jeff at giseis.alaska.edu
URL: http://www.gps.alaska.edu/jeff/jeff.html

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