HSS 2009 Annual Meeting

Phoenix, AZ, USA 19-22 November 2009
Click here to visit the HSS 2009 Annual Meeting website.

UPDATED: HSS GECC Events and Panels 2009: Read more about the panels and social events that we’re offering this year.

Interested in becoming an officer for GECC? Please click here for more info about openings. Self nominations encouraged!

Looking for a roommate? Please use this linked page to post your requests and find other people.

Looking for childcare? Please view more information here.

Limited Number of Student Rooms Available: The Hyatt Regency Phoenix has a Student Subsidy block at $89/night. Click here to make a reservation online.

HSS Mentorship Program 2009 Information: Read more about how to participate or volunteer for the program by September 7, 2009.

Travel Grants for 2009 Phoenix Meeting (Due Date Past)

Travel Grants are only available to those persons participating in the 2009 conference (e.g. presenting a paper, chairing a session, commentator for a session, society governance).

Travel Grants are for transportation to and from the conference hotel, including shuttle services, but do not cover lodging and food. You may also request registration reimbursement. Travel Grants are reimbursed after the conference. Deadline for receipt of application is 31 July. Click here to go to the application form.

For more information about the travel grants, click here to read the FAQs.


2 thoughts on “HSS 2009 Annual Meeting

  1. Volunteer and receive complimentary registration to attend the History of Science Society Annual Meeting in Phoenix this November.

    Graduate students are invited to volunteer at the HSS conference for 4.5 hours and have their registration fee waived. There are a number of jobs for which we need assistance to ensure that the conference runs smoothly. This year the Awards Dinner is included in the registration fee so you can attend for free!

    Also, publishers typically look for students to staff their tables during the book exhibit hours for lunches, author interviews, breaks, etc. The publishers pay and/or provide books for such service. If you are interested in doing this, please let me know.

    For more information on the History of Science Society go to http://www.hssonline.org/ .

    Contact Melanie Hunter at melanie.hunter@yahoo.com for more information.

  2. Pingback: HSS 2009 Updates « HSS Graduate and Early Career Caucus

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