Student Travel Grants

NSF funding is available to pay for conference registration and travel funding for some US-based graduate students, postdocs, and junior faculty (maximum $1,200) on a first-come first-served basis.

Reimbursement will require receipts. Allowable expenses include economy airfare, local transportation, and hotel. Per Columbia University policy, hotel rates should not exceed $350.00 per night. Accepted Applicants will be pre-registered.

If you have any questions regarding reimbursement, please see Columbia University's Guidelines for Reimbursement (https://finance.columbia.edu/content/roles-and-responsibilities), or contact Deepti C. Attavar.

Applications for the student travel grants are closed.

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