The College of Engineering Graduate Student Conference Travel Grant (GSCTG) program supports the participation of graduate students in the College to present technical posters or presentations as first-authors at scientific conferences, on research conducted as a UNL engineering graduate student. The grant provides $500 to be applied towards the student’s travel expenses.
- Must be a current graduate student in good standing enrolled in a MS (Option 1) or PhD degree program within the UNL College of Engineering
- Must be first-author on a technical poster or presentation listed as part of the program at the scientific conference, for which travel funds are requested
- The conference must occur after the application deadline.
- Priority will be given to those students who have submitted an approved MS Memorandum of Courses Form or Doctoral Program of Studies.
- Priority will be given to those students who have not received one of these grants to attend a conference in the previous 12 months.
- Applications are to be submitted through the online form below.
- Application deadlines are quarterly on the following days at 11:59 PM: February 15, May 15, August 15, and November 15.
- After each deadline, the applications submitted in the last quarter will be verified for eligibility by the Dean's Office, and the faculty advisor of each applicant will be asked via email to confirm support of the application. Graduate Committee Chairs for each degree program are then asked to prioritize all eligible applications within their degree program from the last quarter. The CoE Associate Dean of Graduate Programs subsequently coordinates awarding of grants across the College.
- Applicants will be informed if their application is successful approximately two weeks after each deadline: typically by March 1, May 30, August 30, and November 30.
- Each travel grant recipient must submit an official acceptance notice from the conference for his/her poster/presentation (either with the application or at a later time to the CoE Associate Dean of Graduate Programs), before grant funds are disbursed.