• Grants to attend Rome EUGEO 2013 Congress

The EUGEO Executive Committee announces the availability of grants for members of those Geographical Societies active in EUGEO, plus 3 additional grants for non EUGEO countries. The aim of this programme is to stimulate young researchers to participate in the EUGEO 2013 Congress in Rome. The programme conditions are:
1. The grant is available for PhD students and young researchers that completed their PhD no longer than six years before April 15th 2013.
2. Interested applicants are kindly required to directly apply to one of his/her country’s EUGEO member (the list is at this link)*. For non member countries 3 grants are available; only in this case application have to be submitted to non_eugeo_member_grants@eugeo2013.com. The application must contain the proposed abstract, a short curriculum vitae and a personal declaration with details about the PhD (date, institution, title of the dissertation, and any other useful information).
2. Each active EUGEO member society can select one candidate for a grant; for non member Countries the EUGEO Executive Committee will select 3 candidates.
3. The candidate will submit or have submitted a paper abstract accepted by the session organizers (or have proposed an accepted session) according to the call that you can find on the EUGEO 2013 website ( www.eugeo2013.com).
4. The EUGEO Executive should be informed ( info@eugeo.org ) by the member society about the selected application (name, affiliation, PhD details, contact details).
5. Young researchers selected by their Geographical Society (and the 3 selected by Executive Committee for non-EUGEO countries) will receive a grant of € 250 upon registration in Rome. Moreover, their Congress fee of € 100 will be waived or reimbursed after being paid.
6. The money transfer will be settled by cash or bank transfer.
The grant attribution will be communicated to the entitled persons by mid May early June.
* EUGEO and the Congress organizers are not responsible of the selection procedures operated by member societies.
See EUGEO website

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