Travel Grants

Given the spread of COVID-19, we are postponing the RE3 event by a full year to 19-24 June 2021.
If you previously registered and/or had an accepted abstract, symposium, workshop or training course proposal, click here
 
Thank you for your patience and understanding in these uncertain times.
RE3 2020 – Organizing Committee
Line Rochefort, PhD, Université Lava
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GCE section Travel Awards - Deadline: April 1, 2020

The SWS GCE section is pleased to announce that there are three travel awards with $500 each available to support students' travel to Québec RE3 Conference in 2020.  

Eligibility: Any student who will present research at the Québec RE3 Conference in 2020 if the research topic is related to global change and wetlands.

How to apply: Applicants should submit a conference abstract, resume, and graduate-school transcript (undergraduate transcript for undergraduate students) to Dr. Wei Wu (Chair of GCE section) wei.wu@usm.edu and Dr. Tracy Quirk (Past Chair of GCE section) tquirk@lsu.edu by April 1, 2020.  

We will announce the award recipients by May 1, 2020.


SWS Peatlands Section sponsoring three student travel grants - closed

The SWS peatlands section is sponsoring three travel grants ($500 US each) for students, offering partial assistance to present their research on peatlands at the upcoming RE3 meeting in Quebec City. Candidates have to be registered as students at the time of the conference to be eligible, and be members of the SWS peatlands section by the time they receive their award. They also need to be first author on a talk or a poster. An application package should be sent to SWS.peat.section@gmail.com before the abstract submission deadline on February 5 at 5pm (EST) with “Student travel grant application package” as a header. The package should include, in one PDF file, the following:

  1. A two-page (maximum) motivation letter. The letter should address the importance of peatlands in the student’s studies and/or future career path, and explain the impact of the conference for the student’s development. It should also include a statement on the student’s financial need and detail the provenance of other sources of funding to attend the conference.
  2. A transcript covering the last two years of study (unofficial transcripts are accepted).
  3. The abstract that was submitted to the conference.
  4. A reference letter from the supervisor.

Evaluation criteria will include financial need, the perceived impact that the RE3 conference will have in helping the student develop scientifically, the scientific merit of the abstract, and academic excellence. Preference will be given to applicants from groups who are underrepresented in STEM.  
The result of the competition will be announced before the presenting author registration deadline on March 15.

 

 

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Important Preliminary Dates

Conference Postponed
June  19-24, 2021

Deadline to Update 2020 existing abstract
November 13, 2020

New Call for Symposia and Workshops
August 3rd, 2020
 

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