All applicants are strongly advised to research and apply for any funding made possible through their own academic departments or other resources as AIA travel funding is in no way guaranteed. If you have questions about travel funding, please call 857-305-9357 or email email@example.com.
In most years the AIA receives a limited amount of funds for the support of travel expenses incurred by presenters who are graduate students within one year of completing a Ph.D. degree. Qualified submitters who wish to apply for graduate student travel funds should so indicate in the appropriate check box on their submission form. Instructions regarding application requirements will be emailed to those presenters who indicate an interest in applying for the Graduate Student Travel Funds. Applications for funding will be evaluated and awards allocated by the AIA. Applicants will be notified whether or not they have been approved for funding and, if approved, the amount of funds in early December. This notification will also indicate the date, requirements, and modalities for the release of these funds to the presenter. Please note that only submitters who indicate an interest by checking off the applicable box on the submission form will be considered for the Graduate Student Travel Award. Members of the AIA governing board, AIA officers, and AIA staff are not eligible to apply for these funds.
With the generous support of Kress, the AIA will be able to provide a limited amount of funds for the support of travel expenses incurred by scholars resident outside the United States of America and Canada who serve as a presenter in a colloquium session. Each colloquium session organizer as part of his/her submission may nominate one qualified (i.e., nonresident) presenter as an applicant for such funding. Colloquium session organizers should note that the amount of funds awarded by the AIA for this purpose varies each year and is dependent upon the number of individuals nominated. All nominees will receive support at some level, but the amount is not intended to cover the full cost of attendance at the Annual Meeting. The AIA encourages colloquium session organizers and any nonresident presenters in colloquium sessions to seek alternate sources of travel funding and to take steps to ensure the viability of their sessions should the requested funding not come through. Colloquium session organizers and awardees will be notified by August prior to the conference the amount of funds that have been awarded. This notification will also indicate the date, requirements, and modalities for the release of these funds to the presenter. Please note that recipients of the nonresident presenter travel funds are not be eligible for a waiver of the registration fees. All meeting participants will be required to register for the meeting by the established method and pay all applicable fees.
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