Are you a student looking to present your research at a small meeting or workshop? Thursday, 28 February is the last day to apply for an SSA Global Travel Grant.
- Applicant must be an SSA Student member in good standing for at least six months prior to open application period.
- Attendance at the meeting must be directly connected to the study or application of earthquake science or seismology.
- The meeting or workshop must have ~1,000 or fewer attendees. [Examples of ineligible meetings: AGU, GSA and SEG since they all have more than 1,000 attendees.]
Note: this travel grant does not provide funds for SSA’s Annual Meeting. Learn more about SSA Annual meeting travel grants.Apply Now
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2018 Global Travel Grant Recipients
Last year, five students were awarded up to $2,000 each to attend small meetings and workshops, from Italy to Canada and beyond.
|July 2018||Karen Pearson||11th International Workshop on Statistical Seismology||Hakone, Japan||$1,450|
|July 2018||Kseniia Nepeina||18th International Workshop on Seismic Anisotropy||Jerusalem, Israel||$1,000|
|February 2018||Rachel Hatch||Banff 2018 International Induced Seismicity Workshop||Alberta, Canada||$1,000|
|February 2018||Heather McFarlin||Cities on Volcanoes 10||Naples, Italy||$2,000|
|February 2018||Nadine Reitman||2018 Southern California Earthquake Center Annual Meeting||Palm Springs, California||$520|
Read their stories to see where SSA Global Travel Grants have taken students!
Student Attends Induced Seismicity Workshop With Help of Global Travel Grant
At first glance, an induced seismicity workshop might seem like an odd destination for Rachel Hatch, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Nevada, Reno…Read More
Global Travel Grant Sends Student to Cities on Volcanoes 10 Conference in Italy
When Heather McFarlin found out about Cities on Volcanoes 10 – an annual conference in Naples, Italy that brings together top volcanologists from around the world – it looked like the perfect place to share her research in an international setting for the first time in her career.Read More
July 2018 Global Travel Grant Recipients
The recipients of the 2018 SSA Global Travel Grant are Kseniia Nepeina and Karen Pearson.
Nepeina, a student at the Research Station of the Russian Academy of Sciences, will receive $1,000 to attend the 18th International Workshop on Seismic Anisotropy in Israel, held 4-9 November 2018, where she will meet and collaborate with other scientists while learning more about seismic wave phenomena in anisotropic media.
Pearson, who is currently studying at the University of Maryland, will be awarded $1,450 to attend the 11th International Workshop on Statistical Seismology in Japan. She will share her research and learn more about how other seismologists are using statistics in their research.
This travel grant program offers financial assistance to students attending a workshop, a small domestic scientific meeting or international scientific meeting connected to earthquake science or seismology.
February 2018 Global Travel Grant Recipients
Rachel Hatch, Heather McFarlin and Nadine Reitman are the first recipients of a new student travel program established by the Board of Directors in December 2017. Part of the Society’s effort to support the development of careers in seismology and earthquake science, the grants ranged from $500 – $2,000 for travel before October 2018.
Rachel Hatch, from the University of Nevada, Reno, will receive $1,000 to attend the Banff 2018 International Induced Seismicity Workshop in Alberta, Canada. She hopes to use the workshop to draw upon the parallels between induced seismology and her current research on the Walker Lake tectonic region.
University of South Florida student Heather McFarlin will receive $2,000 to travel to Naples, Italy for the Cities on Volcanoes 10 meeting, which brings together the volcanology community, emergency officials and civic leaders. She hopes to learn more about the crisis and risk assessment procedures associated with volcanic crises and to share seismic data about an understudied volcano in the central Andes.
Like Kraner, Nadine Reitman – currently a graduate student at the University of Colorado Boulder – will attend the 2018 Southern California Earthquake Center Annual Meeting in Palm Springs, California. Reitman will receive $520 to attend and share her dissertation research on the strike-slip fault systems in Death Valley and the northeastern California Shear Zone with scientists who focus on California tectonics.
The Global Travel Grant Program provides financial assistance to SSA student members attending a workshop, a small domestic scientific meeting or an international scientific meeting.