» Conference Travel Grant vs. Scholarly-Creative Grant

Know the Difference

College of Educational Studies’ conference travel grant awards are intended to provide support for CES graduates’ travel to give accepted presentations at conferences.

Conference travel grant award funds may be used for:

  • Conference registration fee (not fee of membership)
  • Travel to and from the conference location (airfare, bus fare, mileage reimbursement, etc.)
  • Lodging for the duration of the conference

Conference travel grant award funds may not be used for:

  • Any food or beverages not included in the conference registration fee
  • Any travel not for conference presentations. Please use the separate CES Graduate Student Scholarly/Creative Grant Application for expenses related to scholarly or creative projects

View Attallah College Travel Grant Program Explanation

Complete the Attallah College Travel Application


Scholarly/Creative Grant awards are intended to provide support for a variety of clearly defined scholarly or creative projects. Funding is competitive, but all reasonably justified proposals will be considered. Scholarly/creative grant proposal budgets should not exceed $1,000 and applicants are encouraged to prioritize budget items as only partial funding may be available.

May be used for a number of purposes, including (but not limited to):

• The purchase of equipment, materials, or supplies directly related to the project.
• Expenses directly related to the project such as test subject remuneration, transcription services, software, license fees, or bio-hazardous waste removal.
• Hourly wages related to project completion for the principal investigator may be considered within reason.
• Travel expenses directly related to the project such as working in an archive or collecting field data.

View Attallah College Scholarly-Creative Research Grant Program Explanation

Complete the Attallah College Research Application

 

Should you have questions after reviewing this information, please contact LaNesha Kemp at (714) 744-2150 or kemp@chapman.edu.