To be used by faculty and staff prior to all travel. Complete the form (in lieu of an RTA-Request for Travel Authorization) and submit to Jenica Jones in BUR 444 or at email@example.com.
Eligible faculty will be guaranteed up to $1,200 per academic year for travel expenses to present original papers at scholarly and professional meetings. This includes reimbursement for all allowable travel-related expenses (such as lodging, meals, transportation and registration, which are non-taxable reimbursements), and can also be used to cover extra childcare expenses incurred due to the travel (a taxable reimbursement). An approved “Request for Travel Authorization,” or RTA, must be on file prior to travel. These funds may be used for foreign or domestic travel. More information available HERE.
EFFECTIVE MAY 20, 2013: All business-related air travel must be arranged through Anthony Travel or Corporate Travel Planners. Go to www.utexas.edu/travel for more information.
Request for CREEES co-sponsorship funding to invite a speaker to UT Austin. To be submitted to Director for approval.
CREEES is accepting faculty-initiated funding requests for visiting speakers, outreach activities, and other events that focus on the REEE region. Co-sponsorship amounts will vary depending on the scope and costs associated with the event, as well as available funds in any given year. We expect the initiating faculty member to “take ownership” of the event in terms of providing a proposed budget, finding and reporting other co-sponsorships, helping to determine and secure needed staffing, and finally playing host to visiting scholars. CREEES cannot bear sole financial or staff burden of any project for any event, but we are certainly willing to work with you to make it happen.
Payee Information Form (PIF) - required in order for any person or organization to receive funds from UT. Submitting the form establishes a Vendor ID with the Office of Accounting. A copy of a government issued photo-ID is required from individuals, as well. Routing instructions are on the form.
Foreign Tax for non-USA citizens receiving stipend from UT.
Car Rentals (requires log-on with UT EID)
Link to the UT Travel Management Services car rental webpage.
Purpose: The purpose of the travel grant is to support presentation of the applicant's original research or creative effort. The research must be presented at a recognized organized conference or professional meeting. The presentation will usually be in the form of an oral or poster presentation, but can vary with field (example: performance of a new musical work, or art exhibit). Attending a meeting or chairing a session does not qualify. Accepting an invitation to present a seminar or giving a colloquium at another university does not qualify.
Funding: Eligible faculty can receive up to $1,200 per academic year for travel expenses to present original papers at scholarly and professional meetings. This includes reimbursement for all allowable travel related expenses (such as lodging, meals, transportation and registration, which are non-taxable reimbursements), and can also be used to cover extra childcare expenses incurred because of the travel (a taxable reimbursement).
Eligibility: All tenured and tenure-track faculty members (Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor and Instructor) and emeritus faculty are eligible. Senior Lecturers and Distinguished Senior Lecturers with at least five years of service at UT Austin are also eligible. Visiting, adjunct, research and clinical faculty, specialists, lecturers, classified personnel, and other non-teaching staff are ineligible.