Two travel funding awards have been made available for this workshop. Each award will allow reimbursement of up to $1200 in eligible travel expenses.
- To be considered for either award, submit an application form and a first-author abstract by 5pm CDT March 5. Note that the same form can be used as an application to one or both programs; and each awardee will receive only one award. We expect to notify awardees by the end of March.
- Applicants need be U.S. citizens, legal residents, or attending/working at a U.S. institution on a valid visa; undergraduate or graduate students or within 10 years of their terminal degree; at least 18 years of age; engaged in research relevant to this workshop; and have submitted a first-author abstract for presentation
- More information and the application can be found here: https://mepag.jpl.nasa.gov/student.cfm?expand=student.
- Please note that simply checking the box during abstract submission that you are interested in a student travel award is insufficient – an application must be submitted by the deadline.
Additional program specific-information:
- The NASA Mars Program Office has announced that travel funding awards are available for up to 3 U.S. undergraduate and graduate students, who are engaged in Mars-related research relevant to this workshop. NASA Headquarters will make the selections. Questions about this program should be directed to Dr. Serina Diniega.
- The U.S Geological Survey, with funding support from NASA Solar System Workings program, has announced that travel funding awards are available for up to 7 U.S. undergraduate and graduate students, as well as select early career professionals, who are engaged in planetary aeolian-related research (on/of any Solar System body including the Earth, and dryland/subaerial or subaqueous) relevant to this workshop. The Dunes2020 science organizing committee will make the selections. Questions about this program should be directed to Dr. Timothy N. Titus (email@example.com).