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  • Directions: Read the page called “Application Policies, Priorities, and Procedures for Geography Student Travel and Pilot Research Funding” thoroughly before filling out this application. Then fill out this application in it’s entirety leaving no section blank. Then click the submit button at the bottom of the form.
  • You will receive an automatic reply email via this email address.
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  • Write a narrative description of the objectives and intended outcomes. Be as specific as possible. This narrative should be approximately 500 words in length.
  • (2) BUDGET:
  • Please itemize your budget here, and explain or elaborate where appropriate so that the committee can fully understand the project design.
  • (4) OTHER FUNDING SOURCES
  • (5) Statement must be included for all research pilot projects or project will not be considered.
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  • Accepted file types: jpg, pdf, doc, docx, Max. file size: 100 MB.
    Please browse to your letter and attach it to this button.
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    Note: must receive IRB letter before travel
  • (6)FUNDING HISTORY
  • Max. file size: 100 MB.
    This letter from the student’s advisor should endorse the specific project. Your advisor should confirm that they have discussed the project and read the application, and that they believe the money will be well spent at this point in their graduate program. Students may upload a pdf of an email from their advisor confirming these points.
  • (8)Reporting Requirements:
    By clicking the 'I accept' button below, I acknowledge that I am required to submit a brief report of short-term outcomes within a month of travel. The report, to be submitted here online (please click to submit) , will include: Name; name of any other individuals involved (students, grads, etc); project/trip title; type of travel (research, teaching, conference); one short paragraph explaining the trip; a bullet list of outcomes; at least one high-resolution image (photo, graph, other visual) that can be used in departmental media.