Conference Travel Grants

TWO DEADLINES: OCTOBER 15 & JANUARY 31

The Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy, located in the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy, provides conference travel support for undergraduate or graduate students doing aging research. Please visit The Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement for more information. Awards of up to $1,000 are available. 

Applications can be submitted through the CRE Application Portal. 

To apply, you will need the following information:

FACULTY ADVISOR

FACULTY ADVISOR’S DEPARTMENT

FACULTY ADVISOR’S EMAIL ADDRESS

NAME OF CONFERENCE

CONFERENCE LOCATION

CONFERENCE DATES

TITLE OF PRESENTATION

WILL STUDENT BE LISTED IN CONFERENCE PROGRAM?   YES/NO

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION COST

ESTIMATED TRAVEL EXPENSE

ESTIMATED LODGING EXPENSE

PRESENTATION SUMMARY (up to 500 words). Use this space to address the following questions:

(1) What is the research to be presented at the conference, including your involvement in it?

(2) What do you hope to gain from attending the conference?

(3) How does the research contribute to our understanding of the social aspects of aging and their policy implications?

Receipts should be submitted to the Pepper Institute at 636 W. Call St. within 30 calendar days from the end of the conference.

 

Tim Chapin, Dean of FSU College of Social Sciences and Public Policy with Sen. Bob Graham, FSU President John Thrasher, and former first lady Adele Graham in the Claude Pepper museum (FSU Photo)

Director Anne Barrett provides an overview of the most recent research and its implications for the formation of public policy for an aging society.

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