Every year the Society offers five grants of up to £750 to assist with the cost of attending a conference organised by a geographical scientific Union or Association formally affiliated with the International Science Council (ISC)
The awards are for early career researchers (post PhD) currently affiliated with a UK Higher Education Institution. Applicants must be UK/EU nationals. Preference will be given to applicants within 6 years of completion of a PhD, presenting papers and seeking to cover travel expenses, although help with conference fees, accommodation, and maintenance costs will also be considered. Applicants must demonstrate the geographical nature of both the conference and the work they will present.
Priority will be given for conferences outside Europe and North America. Attendance at AAG, CAG or the RGS-IBG Annual Conference is not eligible for support from this award.
Deadline: 31 October
All prospective grant applicants should read our Advice and Resources pages, which include more information about the grants programme, its conditions, and what is expected if your application is successful. Please read this information carefully and send your completed application form, or any enquiries, by email to email@example.com.
Small grants for PhD students or postdoctoral researchers in the early stages of their careers.
Awards of £8,000 for research in the physical or human dimensions of arid and semi-arid environments.
A supplementary grant of £1,500 for development research, given in celebration of Rob Potter.
Three annual awards of £15,000 for early career researchers.
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