Students

The overall goals for students attending the GLEON all-hands meetings are:

  1. To continue to improve and develop student involvement within GLEON;
  2. To provide students with an opportunity to interact with an international assemblage of lake scientists, information technology specialists in an informal, highly interactive setting;
  3. To encourage students to confuct research using GLEON data or affiliated resources in collaboration with the GLEON community.

General Requirement for All Student Participants at GLEON meetings

  1. Present a *poster at the Poster Session (also see 'Next Steps' at the end of this page);
  2. Attend the *GLEON Student Association-led workshop, usually scheduled on the day before the main program begins. It is organized by the GSA leadership team, geared toward students but open to all that registered to attend GLEON meeting.

* If you have any concern or for some reason not being able to bring a poster to GLEON 16, please contact the GSA co-chair Jennie Brentrup (brentrja@miamioh.edu).

** There may be exceptions according to individual needs and conditions, such as personal travel scheduling conflict, or there are other concurrent workshops on the same day as the GSA-led workshop that suit your research interests better. In the latter scenario you are absolutely free to choose one of the premeeting workshops to attend. 

Request, Travel Award, and Registration

Depending on your funding situation and the level of support you are seeking from GLEON to attend G16, you need to complete the following steps:

Sign-Up forms required (below) Due None (I have my own travel grants secured elsewhere) Partial travel, room & board support fr. GLEON Full travel, room  & board support  fr. GLEON
Request to Participate 30-Jun #Yes Yes Yes
Student Travel Award Application 9-Jul NO
Registration & Jouvence Booking         22-Aug Yes
*Travel Form Sept/Oct Yes

*tentative

#If you miss the deadline to complete G16 Request to Participate webform (now closed): 

  • Contact Grace Hong (gshong at wisc dot edu);
  • Continue to complete the sign-up forms required according to the table above. 

G16 Student Travel Award Application

All required materials must be received by Wednesday 9 July 2014 (8AM EDT |12 PM UTC)

  1. Current CV listing publications, presentations, scholarships, hours, colleges/universities attended, degrees achieved and/or expected. Upload your CV in PDF to this webform.
     
  2. An essay answering the following questions (total maximum: no more than 750 words. Upload your essay in PDF here:

    a. How does your research interest relate to GLEON (its mission or recent research projects)?
    b. How would you benefit from participating in GLEON 16?
    c. If you have previously attended a GLEON meeting, working group meeting or other GLEON activity (e.g. GLEON sessions at ESA, SIL, ASLO, or other workshops), how has that experience affected you and your research? 

  3. A letter of recommendation from your main thesis advisor: please send it to gshong[a]wisc.edu.
     

Evaluation and Funding

  • Members of GLEON Steering Committee will review all the complete applications.
  • Funding avaibility is limitedWe strongly recommend you consult with your advisor, university or regional funding agency to seek alternative sponsorship for your G16 travel expenses.
  • G16 Student Travel Award will contribute to room and board at Jouvence, airfare or mileage (driving) expenses incurred to attend G16. It will be paid directly to the successful applicant prior to the G16 meeting by bank transfer or check. It will be the responsibility of the successful applicant to ensure the funds awarded through the GLEON Student Travel Support program contributes exclusively to the G16 meeting.

Expectations of Award Recipients

  1. At G16: required to present a research poster at the Poster Session.
  2. After G16: please acknowledge GLEON in any presentations or publications that may result from discussions at the GLEON 16 meeting, and that GLEON may document as such on the GLEON website.
  3. You may be asked to submit a brief report about your participation at G16, during or after G16 as part of a collective effort in documenting updates from ongoing and new ideas and projects spawned at G16. 
  4. Per the GLEONite spirit, be creative and volunteering when the opportunity arises! 

Next Steps

 

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