SSA 2021 Travel Grants Announced

SSA announced 20 student, early-career and international members will receive travel grants to attend the 2021 Annual Meeting,  held virtually 19–23 April 2021.

These travel grants are made possible by member contributions to the Kanamori Fund, the General Fund and the Student Travel Fund. Grant recipients receive complimentary conference registration and a cash stipend for transportation, food and lodging.

The recipients of the 2021 Annual Meeting travel grants are as follows:

Student Travel Grant (funded by the Student Travel Grant Fund and General Fund)
Jeng Hann Chong, California State University Northridge
Vivien He, Palos Verdes Peninsula High School
Avigyan Chatterjee, University of Oregon
Bryant Chow, Victoria University of Wellington
Ziqi Zhang, University of Rochester
Guilherme Weber Sampaio de Melo, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte
Sandra Patricia Rosero-Rueda, University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez
Siyu Xue, University of Rochester
Tara Nye, University of Oregon
Chunyang Ji, NC State University
Alexander Chanksy, Tufts University
Rebecca Colquhoun, University of Oxford
Vivian G. Rosas, University of Texas at El Paso
Audrey M. Dunham, University of Arizona

International Travel Grant (funded by the Kanamori Fund)
Ramees R. Mir, CSIR Fourth Paradigm Institute
John Dale B. Dianala, University of the Philippines

European Seismological Commission/SSA Travel Grant (funded by the Kanamori Fund)
Elena F. Manea, National Institute for Earth Physics
Olga-Joan Ktenidou, National Observatory of Athens
Benjamin Fernando, University of Oxford

Early-career Travel Grant
Avinash Nayak, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

SSA continues to seek donations to meet the high demand for travel grants. If you would like to contribute, follow the link below.

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