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ASP2020: A Virtual Conference - Scholarship Application for Registration Fees
Scholarship funds have been designated for Astro101 instructors at community colleges and other colleges that do not have funds for professional development, as well as for teachers of high-school astronomy courses. Part-time (adjunct) college instructors are also eligible. Priority will be given to those presenting at the conference.

Scholarship applications must be submitted by: November 1, 2020.

Only a limited number of scholarships are available. Those who apply but are not selected for a scholarship will be eligible for the ASP 2020 early-bird registration rate.
Email address *
Last Name *
First Name *
Are you a College and/or High School Instructor *
Name of College(s) and/or School(s) *
City *
State *
Country *
Department Name *
Name of your department chair, supervisor, or dean. *
Department chair, supervisor, or dean email address: *
Course(s) you are teaching *
Link(s) to webpage(s) that show you are currently teaching Introductory Astronomy, will be teaching it in 2021, or taught it earlier in 2020:
Do you plan to submit (or have submitted) an abstract for this meeting? (Note: submitting an abstract is strongly encouraged, but not required to be eligible for a scholarship.) *
Please tell us (<75 words) why attending this ASP 2020 conference is important to you, and what you hope to get out of it: *
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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