- Travel Award: NACS students are eligible for one $500 travel award during their graduate studies. Students must present a poster or give a talk at a conference/meeting in order to use the award.
- Conference Supplement: NACS students are eligible for one $300 conference supplement during their graduate studies. Students can use the supplement to attend a conference (whether they are presenting or not) or to attend a short workshop.
- Research Training Award: This award will provide funds to a NACS student who wishes to visit another lab for an extended period of time, or attend a multi-week training course or workshop, in order to acquire new expertise in technology or methodology that is not available in the home laboratory but is critical for the student’s development as a researcher and scientist.
- Diversity Conference Supplement: This award provides funds to a NACS student who would like to attend a diversity conference, such as the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) or the Society for Advancement of Hispanic/Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS).
- William Hodos Dissertation Assistantship: This assistantship provides one semester of support, including a stipend of $10,000 and candidacy tuition remission, to an outstanding NACS student. To be eligible, the student must have passed the dissertation proposal defense and expect to graduate by the following summer.
NACS Sponsored Awards
Visiting Graduate Fellows in Neuroscience Program
- The Visiting Graduate Fellows in Neuroscience program enables cross-campus training by neuroscience graduate students and promotes enhanced collaboration between research groups in Baltimore and College Park. The program provides funding for UMB PIN students to do semester-long research rotations in College Park and for NACS students to do semester-long research rotations at UMB. Click here for the Proposal Guidelines and Submission Deadline.
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