ASEH Copenhagen Conference Grants
ASEH's executive committee offers two travel grants of $1,000 each in 2009 for the Copenhagen conference (August 2009). If you are presenting at the meeting in Copenhagen and would like to apply for one of these grants, please provide the following items:
Brief vita or resume (two pages);
- One-page statement outlining your interest an objectives in attending the world congress in Copenhagen, and your paper title, if you are presenting research;
- Specify all sources of funding received already or applied for
Send the required information in an electronic format to:
Nancy Jacobs, Program Committee
New deadline for application: November 15, 2008
Recipients will be notified by: January 31, 2009
See more about ASEH travel grants http://www.aseh.net/conferences/travel-grants-available/travelgrants
NiCHE: Network in Canadian History & Environment / Nouvelle initiative canadienne en histoire de l'environnement is sponsoring awards to Canadians or Canadianists attending the WCEH2009. Ten graduate student awards of up to $1500 will be available, as well as five awards of up to $1000 for other researchers.
To apply, email
(subject line: Conference Travel Grant -- WCEH 2009) by April 20, 2008.
If you have proposed a paper for the conference, please include your 1-page cv and the submission confirmation number.
If you are not proposing a paper, please include a 1-page cv and a paragraph explaining what scholarly benefit you anticipate from attending the conference. Preference will be given to those presenting.
Awards will be announced in summer 2008, after the conference's preliminary program has appeared. Visit our website for more information about us:
Network In Canadian History & environment (NiCHE)
NiCHE's core constituency is made up of history, geography, environmental studies, and natural science researchers, but we have also been pleased to welcome scholars from forestry, law, archival studies, kinesiology, education, and other fields. Academics from undergraduate to emeriti, from New York to New Zealand are involved in the network, as are private researchers.