THE SOCIETY FOR INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY



Student Support Committee



GIAR/FGST Awards

The Grants-in-Aid of Research (GIAR) program was established by the SICB in 1996 to provide small awards to graduate students in support of their research in the fields of integrative and comparative biology. Awards are made payable to the individual recipients. No part of an award may be used for the payment of indirect costs to the recipient's institution. All funds must be expended directly in support of the proposed investigation. Any equipment purchased shall be the property of the institution.

The Fellowship of Graduate Student Travel (FGST) is an award established in 2002 to provide student funds for travel and other expenses at distant research laboratories, museums, or field sites. The primary purpose is for travel to "distant" research sites to learn specialized techniques or to use unique equipment or collections. Awards are made payable to the individual recipients. No part of an award may be used for the payment of indirect costs to the recipient's institution. All funds must be expended directly in support of the proposed investigation.

Forms, information and FAQ are available on this GIAR/FGST site.
Deadline for 2015 is October 13, 2014.


For questions regarding the Programs, contact the chair of the Student Support Committee: Sheila Patek
Biology Dept., Box 90338
Duke University
Durham, NC 27708
Telephone: (919) 613-8306
snp2@duke.edu