The applications for Spring 2013 are now open.
The 2012-13 GRO Travel Grants Committee calls for applications from eligible graduate students for Travel Grant Awards for Spring 2013. The GRO summer travel grants are to assist graduate students in presenting their wor at academic conferences, or to attend academic summer tranining. Awards are up to $300 in eligible reimbursement. Eligibility of the applicant is determined by the eligibility of their home department. A Homewood graduate program is eligible if at least one if its GRO representatives has attended at least 5 of the 10 GRO biweekly General Council meetings immediately prior to the deadline. Eligible departments for this round of applications are:
- Applied Mathematics & Statistics
- Biomedical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Cognitive Science
- Computer Science
- Earth and Planetary Science
- Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Geography & Environmental Engineering
- German and Romance Languages and Literature (GRLL)
- History of Art
- History of Science & Technology
- Humanities Center
- Institute of Policy Studies/Master of Public Policy
- Materials Science & Engineering
- Near Eastern Studies
- Physics & Astronomy
- Political Science
- Psychological and Brain Sciences
You may have your GRO reps contact the GRO secretary if they feel that they have attended the meetings as required and it's reflected incorrectly here.
You may apply for this award towards conferences you participated in, during the period from Dec 1, 2012 to May 31, 2013.
For further details, please refer to the GRO Travel Grants Policy document.
The online application consists of two parts:
- Student Application Form
- The advisor form will be automatically emailed to your advisor when you submit your application at the link above.
To be considered, both student part and advisor part of the application must be completed by the application due date, which is 5 PM EST, May 6, 2013. Applicant and the advisor will receive an acknowledgement upon submission. Decisions will be communicated by May 20, 2013.
Review process and other details regarding eligible expenditures can be found at http://www.jhu.edu/gro/funding/travel/policy/.
Most of the common questions and situations are answered here.
If you have specific questions that are not addressed in the policy document and FAQ, please e-mail us at grotravelgrantsgmailcom or jconsta3jhmiedu
The GRO Travel Grants Committee 2012-13
- Jason Constantino (Chair)
- Josue Martinez
- Matthew Franco
- Erin Zaroukian
- Shana O'Connell