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The Herbert E. Carter award is intended to offset some of the costs associated with participating in an international or national conference such as airfare, meals, registration fee, etc. These awards are meritorious and will be granted on the competitive and innovative content of the statement submitted with the application.

About the Award

The Herbert E. Carter Travel Award Program has been established in honor of Dr. Carter's spirit and passion for interdisciplinary scholarship and research in higher education. The award provides up to $600 per year to GIDP students for National or International travel to a conference/professional meeting. Please review the Instructions & Procedures. Applications will be reviewed by the Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs Advisory Council (GIDPAC).

The Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs (GIDP) started the Raphael and Jolene Gruener Research Travel Award in 2011. The Grueners have been tireless supporters of interdisciplinary research and education at the University of Arizona. They are also well known for their love of travel. The Gruener Research Travel Award will support awards that fund student research travel, bringing together these two passions of the Grueners.

Raphael and Jolene Gruener Research Travel Award recipients since the award's inception in 2011.

The Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs offer its students award opportunities to help fund their research and travel to professional meeting with the Herbert E. Carter Travel Award and the Raphael and Jolene Gruener Travel Award. Read the student abstracts that garnered the recipients the travel award and their summaries of the experience:

  Jeffrey Watson
  Ph.D. Candidate
  Biomedical Engineering GIDP

  Photonics West-Physics & Simulation of Optoelectronic Devices XXIV
  San Francisco, CA
  February 13-18, 2016


Professional Abstract
Abstract for Lay Audience

Abstracts & Post Travel Summaries

Abstracts & Post Travel Summaries