DEADLINE for Scholarship Applications is Sunday, MARCH 19.

Individuals who will gain substantially from attending the conference as well as contribute to it are invited to apply. Applicants may include graduate students, project staff, evaluators or other key project collaborators who could not otherwise attend due to funding constraints.

Scholarships cover the conference registration fee only.

Each scholarship awardee's SEPA project is responsible for covering their travel, lodging, and incidental expenses as well as meals that are not included in the conference registration fee.

Only one scholarship will be awarded to a SEPA project. Six scholarships are available.

Individuals who receive a scholarship are expected to:
- Attend the entire conference
- Write reports on 3 of the breakout sessions they attend; these will be included in the conference report that is sent to all conference attendees.

Questions: Steve Reest, Program Assistant, Genetic Science Learning Center
Email: Phone: 801-587-0886

* 1. Scholarship Applicant

* 2. SEPA project PI

* 3. What is your role or involvement with this SEPA project?

* 4. How long have you been involved with this SEPA project?

* 5. What do you hope to gain from participating in the conference?

* 6. In what ways might you contribute to the conference?

* 7. Have you previously attended a SciEd Conference?

* 8. Have you previously received a SciEd Conference Scholarship?

* 9. What is your race/ethnicity?
This question is asked for NIH reporting purposes.

* 10. Is there anything else you would like the Organizing Committee to know?