2012- 2013 Funding Limits
The Continential U.S. and Canada
- $800- Conference Attendance
- $1,000- Commentator, panel, roundtable, poster, presiding, etc.
- $1,000- Materials, supplies, research fees, etc.
- $1,200- National Presentation
- $1,300- International Attendance
- $1,500- International commentator, panel, roundtable, poster, presiding, etc.
- $1,700- International Presentation
Any presentation that is outside the contiguous United States and Canada is considered an international presentation.
Designation of an international presentation will be made based on the location of the event rather than the title of the conference (i.e., an international conference held in the contiguous US or Canada is eligible for funding at the Continential US/Canada levels ONLY).
Some Examples of Funding Calculation Tips:
- You attended a conference in San Diego and requested $650.00 in August. Recently, you were invited to present a paper in California in November. Now, you can request a maximum of $550 from the Faculty Development Fund ($1,200-$650=$550).
- You are planning to present a study in October in Washington, D.C. and estimate your request to be $700.00. Your paper also was accepted for an oral presentation at the International World Conference in the Netherlands. Now, your maximum request would be $1,000 for the Faculty Development Fund ($1,700-$700=$1,000).
Important Information to Remember:
- Because of current budget constraints and an increased number of faculty interested in either attending or presenting at various conferences, proposal may not be 100% funded.