The Graduate Student Travel Grant program for graduate students has been established to encourage the presentation of the results of research or scholarly activity by providing small travel grants for degree-seeking students enrolled in master’s or doctoral programs. This year, there will be grants awarded of up to $200. Awards will be made without regard to quotas or distribution among fields and departments; however, no student will be funded for more than one trip in an academic year. Funds are limited and students applying to the program are not guaranteed support. If you are receiving funds from your department/grant, please let us know so we can work with them for your reimbursement.
Travel Grant Application [Word document]
The American Educational Research Association has announced its 2013-2014 fellowship and funding opportunities that are dedicated to enhancing the pool of diverse graduate students and early career scholars in education-related fields.
Higher Education in the 21st Century
Nov. 11, 2010
Presentation by Richard Morrill
Poictesme (pronounced pwa-tem), VCU’s literary and arts journal is seeking to publish new work for its upcoming issue. Poictesme publishes fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, drama, and art by undergraduates, graduates, faculty, staff and former members of the VCU community. Submissions can be sent to email@example.com.