AIB offers a limited number of travel stipends for doctoral students and area scholars to assist with expenses related to attending the AIB 2016 New Orleans Meeting. Please find the relevant information below, in the respective section for each award. If you're not eligible for one of these categories, we regret to inform you that no other financial support is available through AIB for this year's conference:
The deadline for applications was April 10, 2016. Applications received by the deadline are currently under review. Each applicant will be informed of funding decisions in early May 2016.
The Executive Board is pleased to announce the availability of a limited number of US$1000 stipends to help doctoral students attend the AIB 2016 New Orlean Conference. These stipends are made possible through a Sheth Foundation grant, as well as through individual contributions to the AIB Foundation.
These stipends are available for full-time Ph.D. students who plan to attend the Doctoral Consortium and/or have a paper accepted for presentation at the meeting.
A single application process will be utilized for all doctoral stipends. Recipients of the stipends will be expected to assist the conference organizers for about ten hours during the conference with various logistical tasks.
Applications for travel stipends will be accepted only through an online application form. To apply:
The deadline for applications will be April 10, 2016.
The Executive Board is pleased to announce the availability of a limited number of Area Scholar Fellowships for faculty attending the AIB 2016 New Orleans meeting. These fellowships are made possible through generous individual contributions to the AIB Foundation.
For 2016, Area Scholar Fellowships will be available to faculty members from countries that are traditionally under-represented in our membership, with particular emphasis to applicants from Central and South America, Africa, Middle East, and Central Asia. The fellowship comprises of:
In order to take advantage of this offer, the Dean or the Director of the School must nominate a member of their faculty who is currently not an AIB member.
To apply, please send by postal mail, fax, or email the following items, written in English, to arrive by April 10, 2016:
For more information about the conference, please refer to the AIB 2016 New Orleans Conference Web Site.