AASP TRAVEL AWARDS TO ANNUAL MEETINGS
The AASP – The Palynological Society provides limited support for travel to meetings for students who will present talks or posters. Details will appear in the Newsletter. The deadline will be two to three months before the meeting and will vary with the date of the Annual Meeting.
Applications will be sent by email to the Chair of the AASP Awards Committee:
Martin Farley (email@example.com)
University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Pembroke, NC 28372, USA
AASP GENERAL TRAVEL AWARDS
The AASP – The Palynological Society provides limited support for open travel to any meeting that would benefit students. While details of how to apply will appear in the Newsletter, the student and adviser should explain specifically how a particular meeting will benefit the student. This competition has a deadline of December 1 to cover all meetings in the following calendar year.
Applications will be sent by email to the Chair of the AASP Awards Committee, Martin Farley.
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT AWARDS
In order to support the teaching of palynology at the undergraduate level, and to encourage and reward student engagement and achievement in this field, AASP-The Palynological Society announces the AASP Undergraduate Student Award.
The awards are made annually to students nominated by faculty members teaching courses with significant palynological content. One student recipient, with meritorious achievement in some aspect of the course, can be nominated per year per institution.
A faculty member, who is a member in good standing of AASP, and who teaches an appropriate course, may nominate the course using the Registration Form [AASP Undergraduate Student Award Form]. Upon approval by the Awards Committee, faculty teaching approved courses may nominate a student to receive the award at any time of the year on the basis of their qualifying criteria.
Each award consists of one year’s free membership in the Society to include two issues of the Society’s publications, the journal Palynology and the quarterly newsletter, discounts on other AASP publications, discounted registration fees at Society meetings, and eligibility for Society awards.
OTHER STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS
THE PALEONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY
The Paleontological Society invites applications from student members for a limited number of $800 grants to support research in any field or aspect of paleontology. The top three proposals receive Mid-American Paleontology Society (MAPS) Outstanding Research Awards. Undergraduate and graduate student members of the Paleontological Society conducting research on any aspect of paleontology may apply. The program is not limited to U.S. students. Click here for further information.
The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP) has an ongoing grants program for support of thesis work. Deadlines vary but are usually March to May of each year. Click here for further information.