EUGEO Early Career Travel Bursary ed estensione della scadenza per la Early Bird Registration (EUGEO 2019, Galway)
Gli organizzatori irlandesi del prossimo Congresso EUGEO hanno prorogato la scadenza per la Early Bird Registration al 15 febbraio 2019 (dopo questa data l’iscrizione sarà ancora possibile, ma a un costo più elevato). Lo stesso periodo di proroga è previsto per la possibilità di inviare una proposta di paper.
Nel medesimo messaggio (ci scusiamo per il doppio invio con chi fosse iscritt* alla Newsletter del Congresso) si dà informazione dell’istituzione da parte di EUGEO di 6EUGEO Early Career Travel Bursary, del valore di 500€ ciascuna, e delle modalità e requisiti richiesti per la relativa domanda.
Si riportano queste informazioni così come diffuse dagli organizzatori:
Early Bird Registration Deadline – Extended until the 15th February
The Early Bird Registration for EUGEO 2019 Congress in conjunction with the 51st Conference of Irish Geographers ANDthe open call for papers deadline has been extended until Friday February 15th.
The keynote speakers have been announced as Dr. Larissa Naylor, Glasgow, UK and Dr. Michele Lancione, Sheffield,UK click here for their abstracts and biographies.
Early Bird Deadline: 15th February 2019
The theme for the 2019 Congress is ‘Re-imagining Europe’s future societies and landscapes‘.
Click here to view the list of Session Themes for EUGEO 2019
EUGEO Early Career Travel Bursary
EUGEO are delighted to announce six travel bursaries to support Early Career Researchers presenting a paper at the 7th EUGEO
Congress in conjunction with the 51st Conference of Irish Geographers, taking place at the National University of Ireland Galway, from May 15th – 18th 2019.Travel bursaries of €500 each are available to support the travel and EUGEO conference participation of six early career researchers. The bursaries are available to those early career researchers living outside the island of Ireland.
To apply for an EUGEO Early Career Travel Bursary please send a short CV (max 5 pages) with a statement of interest (max 2 pages) outlining the paper you wish to present at the conference and providing details on the impact of participation for the applicant. Applications for the EUGEO Early Career Travel Bursary can be sent to Kathy.email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday February 13th.
Upon completion of the conference successful applicants are expected to submit an electronic copy of receipts to the value of the bursary. Receipts can be emailed to the conference co-chairs (details above).
Please note: For the purpose of this scheme, and in line with previous EUGEO travel bursary schemes, an Early Career Researcher is defined as any applicant under the age of 35, and registered in one of the member societies of EUGEO.