When you’re presenting your research at conferences across the country, we’ll make it possible for you to get there. We offer conference travel funding to support SGS graduate students who are presenting their research at national and international conferences. There are currently different protocols in place for applying for such funding depending on your graduate program.
New Brunswick/Piscataway Biomedical Sciences doctoral program
If you’re a PhD or MS student in whose Principal Investigator is affiliated with Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, please visit the program’s Student Academic Forms website to download a Student Travel Award Approval Form, or contact Tina Marottoli if you have questions about eligibility requirements and application procedures.
Newark Biomedical Sciences doctoral programs
If you’re enrolled in one of these programs, please visit the program’s SGS Forms website to download travel approval forms, or contact Mayra Barreto if you have questions about eligibility requirements and application procedures.
All other SGS doctoral programs
SGS will provide limited travel and research support awards for 2022-2023.
This link connects to a form that students must use to request funds and will be active until April 15th, 2023.
Travel awards will be made in the form of a scholarship award. All current University regulations regarding travel authorization must be followed, even if external (scholarship) funds are used. Please visit RU Travel for the current university travel guidelines.