Travel awards are available from the Developmental and
Structural Section of BSA for graduate and undergraduate students to
2005 in Austin, Texas. The awards will include the first four Vernon
I. Cheadle Student Travel Awards ($500 per award) to support student
participation at Botany 2005. (About
Students should submit a one-page proposal that addresses her/his
interests in developmental/structural botany and includes a copy of
the title and abstract for the paper/poster to be presented at Botany
2005. Students should also indicate whether he/she is member of the
Developmental and Structural Section of BSA or her/his advisor is a
member of the section and include an estimate of the amount of matching
funding that will be available from other sources.
must be submitted by 10 April 2005 to:
Hufford at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or by regular mail to:
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-4236
Although the presentation of a paper or poster at Botany 2005 is not
a requirement for a travel award, students who are presenting in a
session sponsored by the Developmental and Structural Section will
be given the highest priority.
Students will be recognized and receive travel awards at the Developmental
and Structural Section business meeting during Botany 2005.
Chair - BSA Developmental & Structural Section