The Fund for Academic Enrichment

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The Graduate School is now accepting applications for the Academic Enrichment Fund for the 2015-2016 academic year. The Fund for Academic Enrichment was created to enhance the graduate educational experience by funding lectures that are a part of workshops, graduate courses, seminars, exhibitions, and academic conferences hosted by the University of Texas at Austin. All funds awarded must be used to enhance the graduate educational experience at UT Austin.

Eligibility

All current graduate students, registered graduate student organizations, and faculty are eligible to apply.

Designated Funds for Faculty

In addition to funds available to all members of the graduate community, some funds have been designated for UT Austin faculty to travel to or from Great Britain for academic purposes. These funds can also be used to host a scholar affiliated with an academic institution in Great Britain. Funds have also been designated to foster an exchange of faculty and business leaders between the University and Monterrey, Mexico for the purpose of research and lectures.

Scope of Use

Funds are primarily awarded to cover travel, accommodations, and honorarium for speakers. Funds will likely not be awarded for receptions, group meals, equipment, room rental, or services such as parking and printing. This is not a cash award and expenditures must follow standard University procedures and policies. Non-expended funds will revert back to the Graduate School and cannot be used toward programs or expenditures not approved in the award notification letter.

How To Apply

Applications are now being accepted for the 2015-16 academic year. All application materials must be submitted by May 29, 2015 to receive full consideration.

Application materials should include:

  • A brief description of the academic program or activity

  • Estimated cost with a detailed budget, which should include all other sources of funding.

  • A brief statement describing how this activity or program will benefit graduate students at The University of Texas at Austin.

Applications can be submitted using the form below.

Contact

John Dalton, Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies at jdalton@austin.utexas.edu or 512-232-3626.

* Only faculty are eligible


 

Application Process

DEADLINE: MAY 29, 2015
Documentation can be submitted using the form below.

Contact

John Dalton,
Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies jdalton@austin.utexas.edu
512-232-3626

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