2018 GSI Postgraduate Fieldtrip / Travel Awards - Application Form
Applications are invited for Geographical Society of Ireland postgraduate travel awards to a maximum value of €250 per person/awardee. These bursaries are intended to offer financial support to postgraduate members of the GSI who wish to present papers or participate in workshops at national or international conferences. Awards are also available to postgraduate researchers requiring assistance to undertake fieldwork. Preference will be given to applications in support of dissemination activities.

Completed application forms should be submitted online by 5pm on Wednesday January 31st 2018. Successful applicants will be expected to acknowledge the support of the GSI in their research and at the relevant conference. A brief overview of how the award was utilised should be submitted to Geonews after the event. Those in receipt of the awards will also be expected to attend the official award ceremony in May 2018 at the Conference of Irish Geographers, Maynooth University.

For further information, or if you have any queries, please contact the awards coordinator Dr. Karen Keaveney at secretary@geographicalsocietyofireland.ie
Personal Details
Name: *
Postal Address: *
Email Address: *
Contact Telephone Number: *
Are you currently a member of the GSI? *
Academic Details
Degree for which you are registered (please select one): *
Current year of registration: *
Are you currently in receipt of research funding? *
If you are in receipt of funding, please provide details:
Name(s) of Supervisor(s): *
Institutional affiliation: *
Details of any previous awards/funding: *
Research Details
Working title of research: *
Description of research (aim, objectives, methodology – not to exceed 500 words): *
Description of how an award would benefit the research with particular reference to the added value of the award (no more than 150 words): *
Potential impact of your research on society, policy etc. (no more than 100 words) *
I declare that all details provided on this form are true and accurate, and that I have consulted with my research supervisor on this application: *
Supervisor Declaration *
Email Address of Supervisor: *
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