There are a number of awards that are available for graduate students who are presenting at conferences. Awarding of funds is dependent upon funds available. Since the amount of award money is limited, the earlier the student applies for funds (as soon as their abstract is accepted) the more likely they will receive the award. The award may not cover all of the expenses requested in the application.
Definition: These funds are intended to support dissemination/presentation opportunities that showcase the high quality of research being conducted by non- Alberta resident graduate students at Athabasca University.
Value of Award: Up to $1000 for travel within North America; or up to $1500 if travel is outside North America.
Definition: Dissemination of quality research findings at an academic or professional conference, for either mission critical or disciplinary research in conjunction with a course-related research project (including independent study projects), master’s thesis or master’s project or a doctoral dissertation or doctoral project.
Definition: The Alberta Historical Resources Foundation (AHRF) Research Presentation Awards are intended to facilitate and help offset the travel costs involved in presenting a paper, project, or thesis regarding Heritage Resources Management (HRM). Current AU students in the HRM Graduate Diploma Program are invited to apply.