2021 Student Travel AwardS
Bayer has provided the Society of Nematologists with funds to support 10 student travel awards of $500 each to students presenting papers (oral or poster presentations) during the Annual Meeting.
Nathan A. Cobb Student Travel Awards
The Nathan A. Cobb Foundation provides 2 graduate student travel awards of $700 each to attend the Society of Nematologists Annual Meeting:
- One award from the Entomophilic Nematology Fund for a student to present research in the disciplinary specialty of entomophilic/entomopathogenic nematology.
- One award from the Mai-Ferris-Bird Endowment for a student to present research on any aspect of plant-parasitic nematode biology, ecology, or management.
For more information about these endowments see https://nematologists.org/Cobb_Endowment.
Eligibility requirements for all Student Travel Awards:
Students may apply for more than one travel award at a time.
The guidelines for abstracts are available on the Society of Nematologists meeting web site (http://www.nematologists.org/Abstract-Submission). Criteria for selection include quality of science (determined from the submitted abstract) and financial and/or scholarly need.
Submit cover letter and abstract as a single PDF document via the online application form below (applications are no longer being accepted).
All submissions must be received by June 14, 2021
LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED
The Honors and Awards Committee have selected the following students as this year's Travel Grant winners:
Bayer Travel Grant Recipients:
Michelle SouleKate Turner
N.A. Cobb Foundation Travel Grant Recipients:
Bhat Chaitra, Entomophilic nematology awardJaeyeong Han, Mai-Ferris-Bird Endowment
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