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ACS Green Chemistry Institute Offers Student Travel Scholarships

A generous grant from the National Science Foundation will provide participation support through a limited number of travel scholarships for students to attend the 14th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference in downtown Washington, DC, June 21-23, 2010.

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A generous grant from the National Science Foundation will provide participation support through a limited number of travel scholarships for students to attend the 14th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference in downtown Washington, DC, June 21-23, 2010.

The 2010 NSF Student Scholars program will reimburse students for travel, accommodations, and registration fees to attend the conference, up to a maximum grant size of one thousand dollars (US $1,000.00). Individual grant sizes will vary depending upon need. To be eligible for the NSF Scholars program, you must be currently enrolled in an accredited U.S. university at the undergraduate, graduate or postdoctoral level.

In addition, the ACS GCI Pharmaceutical Roundtable (ACS GCIPR) will sponsor travel (up to $1,000.00) plus registration for one outstanding undergraduate student who has particular interest in the pharmaceutical field, as the ACS GCIPR Student Conference Award Winner. For the ACS GCIPR Student Conference Award Winner, you must be enrolled as an undergraduate (not limited to U.S. universities).

Application details are available on the "Students" page of the GC&E conference website, www.gcande.org.

These packages must be complete and must be received no later than May 14, 2010 at 5:00pm EDT. The 2010 Student Scholars awardees will be contacted by email no sooner than May 21, 2010. If you have questions, please contact the program coordinator, Prof. Irv Levy at greenchem2010@acs.org.