Conference Presentation Grants

 

Science Conference Presentation Grants for Undergraduate Researchers

Are you a Harvard College undergraduate who will be presenting your research at a scientific conference?

If so, consider applying for a  Science Conference Presentation Grant! FAS Science Education is pleased to announce this competitive program. An undergraduate who is the first and primary presenting author of a poster or oral presentation at a domestic or international scientific conference is eligible to apply. Acceptance of an abstract at a conference does not guarantee funding or full funding. Students are highly encouraged to apply to additional sources of funding, such as through the Harvard College Research Program

Spring 2020: We regret that our annual funding for conference presentation grants has been exhausted.  

We hope to re-open the program in Fall 2020.  Please reach out to your laboratory PI, and explore opportunities at the URAF office.

Questions can be directed to Dr. Logan McCarty, Associate Director of Science Education.

Recent Awardees: Science Conference Presentation Grants

Basil Baccouche, Class of 2020 "Giraffe Myocardial Hypertrophy as an Evolved Adaptation and Natural Animal Model of Resistance" at the 5th Annual Meeting of the  International Society for Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health, Zurich, Switzerland, August 13-16, 2019

Dhweeja Dasarathy, Class of 2020, "Evolutionary Insights into Insomnia in Athletes: Using Systematic Review to Identify Natural Animal Models at the 5th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health, Zurich, Switzerland, August 13-16, 2019

Emmanuale D'Agostino, Class of 2019, "Estimating premating isolation among allopatric Anolis sager populations" at Evolution 2019 in Providence RI, 6/21-6/25 2019.

Megan Zhao, Class of 2019, "The Animal Origins of Human Bullying: A Systematic Review of the “Oddity Effect” Literature and the Identification of Naturally Occurring Models for Appearance-Based Bullying in Humans" at the 5th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health, Zurich, Switzerland, August 13-16, 2019