The Travel Grant award is a consideration from the Cockrell School of Engineering to allay research related travel expenditures for engineering graduate students. Students may have traveled to conferences, workshops or other professional development related events, all of which are considered.

Eligibility:
Any graduate engineering student that has traveled or plans to travel between January 13, 2014 and August 31, 2014, and paid out of pocket for travel and accommodation expenditures. The award is specifically for non-reimbursed travels; to this end, receipts & proof of travel would be submitted with the application if the travel has been completed, and finalists' advisors will be contacted to further confirm travel was not fully reimbursed.

Procedure:
For full details, please refer to the application form
The first page has comprehensive instructions & criteria.
Collect the completed application form, a copy of your abstract/poster/other relevant materials, and proof of event registration/travel.
E-mail these items to the following address: GECConferenceGrants@gmail.com
The deadline for this application is 5pm Friday, April 25, 2014.

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Congratulations to past Graduate Engineering Council Travel Grant recipients! 

Academic year 2014 - 2015
Areesh Mittal
Chong-Yao Wang
Sarah Lynn Williams
Jeyoung Woo
Zilong Wu
Yao-Feng Chang
Denis Felikson
Jinhan Kwon
Avinash Kaur Gadok
 Andrea Hall

Fall 2013 travel grant award winners:
Sifeng Lin
Zhufeng Gao
Feng Lu
Emad W Al Shalabi
Onur Taylan

Fall 2012 travel grant award winners:
Tong Chen
Robert Hammond
Tom Murphy
Brian O'Neil
Amir R Rahmani

Academic year 2011 - 2012 travel grant award winners:

Katheryne Wilson
Ambarish Banerjee
Richelle Thomas
Deepjyoti Deka
Tae-Jun Ha
Luis V. Montiel
Shima Hajimirza
Ehsan Saadatpoor
Selin Erzeybek


For more opportunities, check out our list of graduate fellowships.  Or, consider mentoring an undergraduate student for a chance to earn a $500 travel stipend from the Intellectual Entrepreneurship Program. 

Questions?  Email us at utexasgec@gmail.com