Travel, Research, and Educational Experience (TREE) Grants
The Association for Fire Ecology (AFE) has been awarded the privilege of administering the distribution of the Joint Fire Sciences Program (JFSP) TREE grant, which is designed to help graduate students in the United States travel to present at conferences, symposia, and workshops related to wildland fire science and management. Registered graduate students in good academic standing in a field related to wildland fire science, ecology, or management are eligible to apply. Depending on costs and the number of applicants, grants may fund all or a portion of estimated travel expenses including transportation, lodging, registration fees, and presentation preparation costs. Funds cannot be used for food and incidentals, student stipends, direct research costs, or faculty research/administration costs. International travel is not supported by this grant. Grants usually range from $250 to $750, and will be paid as reimbursements for submitted receipts.
Grants are limited and competitively awarded, and can only be awarded to current graduate students in the U.S. who are presenting the results of their fire-related research at the event. This grant is for students without other Joint Fire Science Program support.
How to Apply
Submit your application online at https://fireecology.wufoo.com/forms/qlgpzz615pqsi2 by September 16, 2019. You will need to provide contact and degree information, your CV/resume, event details, an emailed recommendation from your advisor (details on application form), and your budget request.
The deadline for applying for TREE grant funding for the 8th International Fire Ecology and Management Congress is September 16, 2019. Grant notification decisions will be sent no later than October 16, 2019.
To update a submitted application, for questions on your grant request, or for more information, contact Annie Oxarart at email@example.com.