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Adult Congenital Heart Association National Conference Scholarships
Applications must be received by ACHA by July 5, 2014, in order to be considered.
ACHA offers two types of conference scholarships to make attendance possible for individuals who would not otherwise be able to participate. Funding is limited and is determined by financial need. This will assure that as many people as possible receive the help they need to attend.
The two programs are as follows:
Karen McNulty Heart Heroes Scholarship Program, for those seeking both registration and travel/hotel funding assistance
EBSCO/Medical Library Association Annual Meeting Grant
This grant enables MLA members to attend the association's annual meeting. Each year awards of up to $1,000 for travel and conference-related expenses will be given to four librarians who would otherwise be unable to attend the meeting. Applicants must be currently employed as health sciences librarians and have between two and five years experience in a health sciences library.
In order to enable more librarians to attend Medical Library Association (MLA) annual meetings, EBSCO Information Services has generously donated money to the MLA Scholarship Endowment to provide stipends up to $1,000.00 each to four (4) librarians for travel and conference-related expenses, to be known as the EBSCO/MLA Annual Meeting Grant.
• Applicant must be currently employed as a medical librarian.
• Applicant must have between two and five years experience as a health sciences librarian at the time of the annual meeting.
• Applicant must complete an application form including a 200-word statement answering the question, "What do you expect to gain professionally and/or personally by attending the MLA annual meeting?"
• No more than one awardee from any given institution will be awarded the grant in a single year.
Priority consideration criteria (desired, not required):
• Applicant is a first time attendee at MLA.
• Applicant is presenting (or has submitted) a paper or a poster at MLA’s annual meeting.
• Applicant has MLA committee, jury, section, or special interest group (SIG) assignments.
• Applicant should preferably be a member of MLA.
Winners will be reimbursed up to $1,000.00 in actual travel and conference-related expenses after the conference; expense statements and receipts must be submitted to MLA. A person may receive this award only once. Applications must be received by December 1.
Please contact MLA (312.419.9094 x15) for more information about any of MLA's grants, scholarships, or fellowships.
Forensic Sciences Foundation Student Affiliate Scholarship
Abstract Submission Deadline: August 1 of the current year
The Forensic Science Foundation will fund a limited number of AAFS Student Affiliate (SA) registrations for the annual AAFS meeting through a "Scholarship Program."
To qualify for the scholarship, AAFS Student Affiliates must submit an abstract for the AAFS 2015 program through the online submission system or Call For Papers form. In the awards section (5b), check the box indicating “FSF Student Affiliate Scholarship.” Applicants for the Student Affiliate Scholarship may apply only once each year (e.g., the applicant must designate only one abstract as the SA Scholarship entry in the submission system). The abstract will then be reviewed by the FSF Student Affiliate Scholarship Committee.
The scholarship abstracts need not be selected for presentation at the meeting, though this could be deemed advantageous by the selection committee. The scholarships will be awarded through the committee’s evaluation of the quality and relevance of the abstracts to the advancement of forensic science by AAFS Student Affiliates. The deadline for submission is August 1.
Forensic Sciences Foundation Henry C. Lee Scholarship for International American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting Attendees
The Forensic Sciences Foundation (FSF) will fund a limited number of AAFS international member registrations for the 2015 American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) Annual Meeting through a “Scholarship Program."
Scholarship Eligibility Requirements:
Only members or affiliates of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences who have never attended an Annual Meeting and who reside outside of North America are eligible for the Scholarship Award.
The member or affiliate awardee must, at a minimum, have been voted into the AAFS at the preceding meeting (if not previously) and must have at least one year of experience in forensic science.
The applicant must have submitted and abstract for the AAFS 2015 program through the online submission system or Call For Papers form. In the awards section, check the box indicating “the paper should be considered for the FSF Henry C. Lee Scholarship.” Once requested, the abstract will be reviewed by the FSF Henry C. Lee Scholarship Committee.
Scholarship Amount: The FSF Henry C. Lee Scholarship is $1,000.
The Committee chair will notify the AAFS no later than October 25 and the Awardee notification will be transmitted no later than November 1.
American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons 2015 Exchange Fellowship Program
All application forms and sponsor letters must be completed and returned to the ASES office by September 10, 2014.
The four-week European exchange fellowship will begin in the fall of 2015. Applicants must be no more than 7 years out of their fellowship as of December 31, 2014, practicing in the United States or Canada, board eligible or certified orthopaedic surgeons with a special interest and experience in shoulder and elbow research and patient care.
2015 Traveling Fellows will receive the following benefits:
1. Eligibility for an ASES Research Grant
2. Expense-paid trip to the ASES Closed Meeting the following year to present their travel experiences
Please contact the ASES office at (847) 698-1629 with any questions.
Gerontological Nursing Student Leadership Award
Sponsored by the NGNA Fellows
Email completed applications to email@example.com
Graduate—Eligible applicants include graduate nursing students with a major focus in gerontology/geriatric nursing who are enrolled in a U.S. accredited graduate school of nursing and registered for a minimum of six credits during the semester in which the National Gerontological Nursing Association (NGNA) annual convention to which the student applied is held.
Undergraduate—Eligible applicants include full-time or part-time nursing students enrolled in a U.S. accredited school of nursing. Applicants should demonstrate an interest in a future career in gerontological nursing.
A total of three registrations will be awarded to either graduate and/or undergraduate students ($160 will be applied to the cost of registration for each student awardee) to attend the upcoming NGNA convention.
Download the Gerontological Nursing Student Leadership Award Application from the association's website
Applications must be submitted to the NGNA National Office by May 28, 2014.
Complete applications include the following:
One letter of recommendation from a faculty member who can attest to the potential for successful completion of the nursing program and future contributions to the field of nursing care for the older adult.
A statement of professional and educational goals with an emphasis on contributions the student expects to make to improve nursing care for older adults (not to exceed 250 words).
Return Completed Nomination Package to:
NGNA – Student Leadership Award
3493 Lansdowne Drive, Suite 2
Lexington, KY 40517
(800) 723-0560 Fax: (859) 271-0607
Cindy Shemansky Travel Scholarship
The Cindy Shemansky Travel Scholarship was established to provide assistance to National Gerontological Nursing Association members who wish to attend the annual convention but who need financial assistance with travel expenses. Each Scholarship is a $1,000 cash prize that can be used for registration fees, lodging, and other travel costs.
Email completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Individuals who have been members of NGNA for at least one year are eligible for the Scholarship.
Members of the Board of Directors are not eligible for the Scholarship.
The NGNA Awards Task Force will review anonymous applications. The application with the highest score will be selected as the Scholarship recipients. Selection will be based on the criteria listed above. Materials must be submitted to NGNA no later than May 28, 2014.
Grass Foundation-AES Young Investigator Travel Awards
To recognize and honor outstanding young investigators conducting research in basic or clinical neuroscience related to epilepsy, the Grass Foundation and the American Epilepsy Society have combined resources to present Grass Foundation-AES Young Investigator Travel Awards ($1,000, together with waiver of AES meeting registration fees) to up to 8 deserving candidates to help support travel costs to present their research at the annual meeting of the American Epilepsy Society. In addition, the AES will announce the awardees and their talk/poster titles in an award ceremony during the scientific program.
1. Candidates will be investigators early in their careers, including graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, residents, clinical fellows or junior faculty (M.D., M.D./Ph.D., Ph.D., or the equivalent), who are conducting basic or clinical research relating to epilepsy and are less than 5 years out of postgraduate training.
2. Applicants should be first authors on an abstract submitted to the AES
3. Applicants can self-nominate, or nominations from second parties will be accepted.
4. Following the initial review of application abstracts, as part of the application process, a recommendation may be required from one of the applicant’s trainers/mentors. This will be solicited by the AES review committee should the application be deemed competitive for the award. This recommendation should include the applicant’s research focus, role in the abstract, promise as a future investigator, and any information regarding the applicant’s status as an underrepresented minority.
1. Submit an abstract through the AES Online Submission program as first author and check off the Junior Investigator Travel Award box. Deadline for submitting abstracts is June 9, 2014.
2. Select the Grass Travel Award in the submitter and follow the instructions provided. A letter from your mentor is part of the application process.
3. You must be present at the 2014 AES Annual Meeting.
American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation Travel Grants for the BMT Tandem Meetings
The American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation is offering approximately (10) travel grants of $1,000 each to hematology and oncology fellows to attend its 2015 annual meeting – the BMT Tandem Meetings – that will be held February 11-15 in San Diego, California.
The objective of the travel grants is to introduce young clinicians and investigators to potential careers in the field of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited hematology and/or oncology training program and recommended by an ASBMT member and the applicant’s training program director. (In some instances that may be the same individual.)
Applications must be submitted on the official form by October 31, 2014.
Pocket Nurse/National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing Foundation Convention Scholarship
Deadline: May 1
The Pocket Nurse N-OADN Foundation Convention Scholarship was established to provide assistance to members of the National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (N-OADN) who wish to attend the N-OADN Annual Convention Each Scholarship is a $1200 award that can be used for N-OADN Convention registration fees, lodging, and other travel costs related to the convention. Individual and Agency N-OADN members are eligible for the Scholarship. Members of the Board of Directors are not eligible for the Scholarship.