[URBANTH-L]SANA Student Travel Grant

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To: Student Members of SUNTA and beyond.
Please read the attached document detailing travel awards for students
participating in the annual meeting for the Society for the Anthropology of
North America, kindly forwarded by Ashley Spalding at USF.
All the best,
Peter Lawson
Student Councilor SUNTA
Doctoral Student
Department of Anthropology
Case Western Reserve University


The St. Claire Drake Student Travel Grant Award

The Society for the Anthropology of North America announces the St. Claire Drake
Student Travel Grants Award for the 2005 SANA/ CASCA/ UADY conference in Merida,
Mexico, May 3-8.

To apply submit your paper or session abstract, contact information, and a cover
letter detailing your relationship to the anthropology of North America.  The
paper/ session submission and registration deadline is February 15, 2005.  To
apply for the travel grant, please submit you materials by March 15, 2005.

Email your complete application to sanatravelgrant at yahoo.com.
The student travel grant will be awarded on a competitive basis and reviewed by
a committee comprised of members from the SANA board. 

·	This travel grant is intended for currently enrolled graduate students without
a PhD.  Only students who are presenting at the conference will be considered
for the award.
·	Preference will go to those students who have previously applied for the SANA
travel grant and have not yet received one.
·	The total dollar amount allocated to travel grants is limited, therefore the
number and dollar amount of grants awarded depends on the number of applicants
and their travel needs.
·	Travel grants will not be awarded to any individual two years in a row.
·	SANA is an intentionally inclusive community of anthropologists and encourages
every student to apply for the St. Claire Drake award regardless of society’s
labels or anthropology’s disciplinary boundaries.

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