**Grad students, postdocs (opportunity 1 and 2)**
**Junior faculty (opportunity 2)** and
**Under-represented US minorities (opportunity 2)**
Funding to participate in the International Conference on Arabidopsis Research (ICAR) hosted in FINLAND this summer.
(1) Feb. 28- Application Deadline- Travel Grants from meeting organizers for Students and Postdocs- NOT limited to US Scientists or US citizens/permanent residents- OPEN TO ALL:
Meeting WORKSHOP DEADLINE: March 31- http://icar2018.arabidopsisresearch.org/workshop-applications/
***The organizers are also encouraging grad students and postdocs to organize workshops for the meeting- this is a good networking and CV-building opportunity!*** Come meet, learn, and share with other graduate students, postdocs and other attendees- bring your best creative ideas!
ABSTRACT Submission for 90 selected presentations! http://icar2018.arabidopsisresearch.org/abstract-submission/
(2) March 5- Application Deadline from the North American Arabidopsis Steering Committee (NAASC). For US scientists.
(a) travel grants for US Grad Students, Postdocs and Junior Faculty ($1,000)- must be US citizen or permanent resident: https://www.araport.org/community/group/naasc
(b) FULL funding for US under-represented minorities- Grad students, postdocs, faculty and faculty that teach and train students at HBCUs/TCUs (these faculty don't have to be minorities themselves if teaching/training at HBCUs/TCUs)- All: US citizens or permanent residents only- exception made for faculty teaching at HBCUs or TCUs: https://www.araport.org/community/group/naasc
Coordinator: North American Arabidopsis Steering Committee (NAASC)