Suraj Manrao Diversity Travel Grant
The Manrao Diversity Travel Grant is suspended for 2021. We look forward to granting the award again for the 63rd ENC in 2022 when we will gather for a face-to-face conference.
This travel grant supports under-represented students (undergraduate or graduate) and post-docs interested in experimental NMR. The award, funded by a loyal supporter of the ENC, Mr. Suraj P. Manrao, provides registration for the ENC meeting and up to $400 toward travel expenses to attend the ENC. Members of African-American, Hispanic-American, Native-American, Pacific Islander, or other ethnic or racial groups under-represented in NMR research will be considered.
Consider Applying for this Travel Grant for ENC 2022
All eligible students are encouraged to apply.
Eligible students (graduate or undergraduate) and post-docs will be citizens or non-citizen nationals of the United States or individuals who have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States (i.e., in possession of an Alien Registration Receipt Card or some other legal evidence of admission for permanent residence at the time of application). Undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows are eligible. Awardees will be selected according to their academic experience and the relevance and quality of the submitted abstract.
Award funds are intended to support travel to the ENC conference and conference attendance is required. Recipients must submit a poster abstract through the normal ENC submission process.
Above items should be attached to an email to ENC. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org for receipt by January 31.
A letter of support from research advisor is also required and may be emailed separately to email@example.com. Letter must received by January 31 in order for an applicant's dossier to be complete.