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Student Travel Awards
There are two categories of student travel awards that are made available to the American Auditory Society through funding from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD). The Mentored Student Awards ($1000) are open to doctoral students conducting research. One must be a student at the time of the abstract submission deadline date in order to quality for this award. T35 Student Awards ($800) are available to AuD students who have participated in research funded by a training grant (T-35) to the participating institution, also funded by the NIDCD.
New Investigator Travel Award
The New Investigator Travel Award, funded by the American Auditory Society, is intended to provide travel support to new investigators who have completed a doctoral degree (or post-doc training or residency) within the past five years. Applicants with appointments in academic programs should be at junior faculty levels (e.g., instructor, assistant professor). All applicants must have completed a degree in an area of research falling within the mission of the American Auditory Society. Four awards will be offered for the 2017 Conference, including one for a minority new investigator.
Applicants must be members in good standing of the AAS.
Recipients of this award are required to submit an abstract and related materials for review and, if selected for an award, must present a paper (poster or podium format) at the meeting.
Application submission requirements: Applications will be reviewed competitively and selections made by the Program Abstract Review Committee for the upcoming Annual Meeting of the AAS. The items listed below are required:
Students or New Investigators wishing to apply for awards must complete an abstract submission, checking the appropriate category of award sought (T35 Poster, Mentored Student Poster, New Investigator Poster, or New Investigator Podium) before the abstract submission deadline on November 15.