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NSF-AWM Travel Grant Applications Due October 7, 2007

created 21  Sep  2007

Please note that the next deadline for the NSF-AWM Travel Grant applications is October 7, 2007. The Association for Women in Mathematics travel program supports two types of travel grants for women:

  1. Travel Grants in mathematics, for mathematicians attending mathematics conferences.
  2. Travel Grants for mathematicians and mathematics education researchers: for mathematicians attending a mathematics education research conference, for mathematics education researchers attending a mathematics conference.

For complete eligibility and application details please visit http:// We are pleased to announce that applications are now submitted via an online system.

The Travel Grant Program is sponsored by the Division of Mathematical Sciences (DMS) and the Division of Research, Evaluation and Communication (REC) of the National Science Foundation.

Please consider taking advantage of this opportunity yourself, if you are eligible, and encourage your eligible colleagues to apply.

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