Indigenous Knowledge Holder Travel Award
Limited travel support is available for indigenous knowledge holder participation in the Arctic Futures 2050 Conference. For the purposes of this travel award, an indigenous knowledge holder is an indigenous person who is an expert within their own knowledge system. All applicants should be indigenous; U.S. and international participants are eligible.
The number of awards will be dependent upon funding. Awards will be made based on relevance to the conference focus and to ensure a diversity of perspectives. Applicants are not required to submit a poster abstract to be eligible.
Early Career Researcher Travel Award
Limited travel support is available for early-career researcher participation in the Arctic Futures 2050 conference. An early-career researcher is defined as one who is either a current student or within the first five years of completing their most recent degree (graduate or undergraduate). U.S. and international participants are eligible.
The number of awards will be dependent upon funding. Awards will be made based on relevance to the conference focus, poster abstract, and to ensure a diversity of perspectives.
Please email AF2050@arcus.org with any questions on the travel awards.
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For more information about the Arctic Futures 2050 Conference, go to:
For questions, contact:
Brendan P. Kelly, SEARCH Executive Director
The Arctic Futures 2050 Conference is convened by the Study of Environmental Arctic Change (SEARCH). Funding for travel awards is made possible through the National Science Foundation's Arctic Sciences Section, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation (for indigenous knowledge holder travel award), the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, and the American Geophysical Union.