ACS (ENVR) – SETAC Exchange Travel Award
The ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry (ENVR) and the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, North America (SETAC) have developed a student exchange program to promote networking and to expand professional and scientific interactions of student members in both organizations. As part of this program, ENVR will award one travel grant annually in the amount of $1000 to allow a graduate student member to attend the next annual meeting of SETAC North America in November. The award recipient will be chosen from graduate student presenters in the ENVR program at each Spring ACS National Meeting. The award will be based on the quality of the submitted abstract and the presentation, as judged by the award committee. Applicants should also arrange for a letter of support to be sent from their advisor stating that the student is progressing toward a graduate degree. Deadline for application is in late February. Contact: George Cobb, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Selection Criteria for Student Participant in ACS-ENVR/SETAC Program
This award will be given to a single student and will not exceed $1000 per year. The award will be advertised on the ACS-ENVR website before and during the abstract submission interval for the Spring ACS National Meeting.
Student applicants must:
Be a member of the ACS ENVR Division.
Submit an abstract for the appropriate National Meeting by the deadline.
Agree to prepare an abstract and attend the Annual SETAC meeting that will occur in Nov of the award year.
To receive the award, the successful applicant must:
Present their research at the appropriate ACS National Meeting
Prepare an abstract and attend the Annual SETAC meeting that will occur in Nov of the award year.
Provide a high quality abstract and presentation in the SETAC technical program. There is a high likelihood that students will be placed in a high profile student awards symposium.
Meet with Student representatives of SETAC during the conference
Submit to the ACS-ENVR Awards Committee a brief written report of activities undertaken during the exchange and benefits of the exchange.
Review of Applicants
Each student applicant will be reviewed by the Awards Committee.
Thereafter, the award will be based on the quality of the submitted abstract, as determined by the awards committee, and the quality of the presentation, as judged by the Merit Awards committee, for the Spring National Meeting.
The Awardee and first alternate will be notified in writing by the Awards Committee within 30 days of the ACS National Meeting conclusion.