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AAAS in Washington DC May 26, 2010

Posted by nette in Uncategorized.

Thanks to a generous donation from a member of Section L (History & Philosophy of Science) of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Section is able to offer a limited number of travel grants to assist graduate students studying history or philosophy of science to attend the Association’s next Annual Meeting, which will take place in Washington DC 17-21 February 2011 ( http://www.aaas.org/meetings/).

The grant is intended to defray costs of travel, lodging, and registration, to a maximum of $500.  Highest preference will be given to graduate students who are on the program in some capacity; secondary preference will be given to those who serve as session aides at the meeting (see http://www.aaas.org/meetings/#aides). The theme for the 2011 meeting is “Science without Borders.” Presenting a poster is a good way to be involved in a scientific meeting, and the poster submission site for the meeting will open 22 July, with a proposal deadline of 25 October 2010. (see http://www.aaas.org/meetings/#posters). The History of Science Society will also organize a group registration rate for those interested in attending
the meeting.

If you have questions, please contact Jay Malone at jay (at) hssonline.org.



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2. Cera Lawrence - September 9, 2010

I received this grant last year, and also presented a poster. I’m happy to discuss details and answer questions about the process if anybody wants to know more (I am at { cera dot lawrence at asu dot edu }). The AAAS meeting is fantastic, and I highly recommend going.

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