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The funds awarded from this program are used to support individual and group student travel to regional, national, and international conferences that are directly related to students’ graduate programs of study or professional development. These funds also can support workshops, events and fees associated with professional testing fees or test prep materials.
The funds awarded from this program are used to support an individual student travel to regional, national and international conferences directly related to students’ graduate programs of study or professional development.
The Group Travel Grant is designed to support groups of ASU graduate and professional students in their regional, national, and international travel.
The Internship Travel Reimbursement Program is designed to support graduate and professional students with the cost of travel to and from an internship or similar course (e.g. practicum, field placement, etc.).
As graduate students prepare to graduate, they also face having to interview as part of the job search or to secure internships as part of their programs’ final requirement. Through this initiative, students are able to procure funds for travel to interviews for both post-graduate positions and graduate internships.
The Career Development Grant supports individual travel to and from professional development activities, such as certifications, workshops, trainings, exhibitions, performances, competitions and other activities directly related to the student’s graduate programs of study or professional development.
This program provides funding for ASU events organized by registered Graduate Student Organizations (GSOs).
GPSA relies on the support of peer reviewers to process and score applications. Serving as a reviewer also strengthens your own travel and research grant applications, as applicants are scored on service to the university.
If you would like to be a Reviewer for GPSA’s six awards, please fill out the Reviewer Interest form here. Once you complete the mandatory online training, you will be ready to serve as a reviewer.
Reviewers should expect a total of 15-20 total working hours throughout the Spring 2020 semester. Reviewers are not eligible to review applications if they are applying for an Award for the Spring semester.
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If you are interested in being a reviewer for any of our travel grant programs, please fill out our interest form here. In this form, you will be able to select which grant program you would like to review for. A GPSA representative will be in touch shortly thereafter.
Reviewers must attend a program-specific reviewer training at the beginning of the semester, and the VP of Internal Affairs and Directors of Travel/Research assign reviewers to research/travel applications each month.
All training sessions will be held on ASU’s Tempe campus.
Reviewers will score 5-10 applications month, depending on volume. Reviewers are not eligible to review applications if they are applying for a travel grant during that month, or if there is a conflict of interest.
Reviewers can review multiple types of applications (e.g. research and travel) if they attend the respective reviewer training. You must attend a training for both research and travel if you would like to review for both programs. You only need to attend ONE training per grant program.
All reviewers (returning and new) are required to attend reviewer training in the fall annually. Reviewers only need to attend training once a year.