Graduate Student Abstract Merit Awards

The SNL Graduate Student Abstract Merit Award is given to the two students who submit the highest ranked abstracts.  The award pays for the winners’ conference registration.  All graduate students who are the first author on a submitted abstract will be automatically considered.  No application is required

Post Doctoral Abstract Merit Awards

The SNL Post Doctoral Abstract Merit Award is given to the two postdocs who submit the highest ranked abstracts. The award pays for the winners’ conference registration.  All post docs who are the first author on a submitted abstract will be automatically considered.  No application is required.

Travel Awards

The Society for the Neurobiology of Language (SNL) will confer a number of  Travel Awards to help cover travel and registration costs for the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language. The awards will be funded by the National Institutes of  Health (NIH).

Through the travel awards, SNL aims to encourage and foster the participation of junior scientists who are members of underrepresented groups as defined by the National Institutes of  Health.  To this end, each award will cover the cost of registration as well as provide $550 toward the cost of travel to the meeting.

Eligibilty:  All Graduate students and postdocs are eligible to apply (some travel awards will be awarded to first authors on submitted abstracts; and some travel awards will be given to people who did not submit an abstract to the meeting).

Application Process:  To apply, please submit the following materials:  your CV, a brief personal statement that outlines why you deserve the award, and a statement as to whether or not you fall into one of the underrepresented groups as defined by the National Institutes of Health. Applications should be sent to awards@neurolang.org. Applications will be accepted starting April 17, 2014. The deadline to submit an application is June 5, 2014.