Virtual Student Travel Grants

Virtual Student Travel Grants

Access the virtual elements of the 101st Annual Meeting for free!

AMS Annual Meeting Virtual Student Travel Grants afford an outstanding opportunity for students interested in attending the world’s largest yearly gathering for the weather, water, and climate community. AMS wants to encourage interactions among students, their peers, and professionals in the field. These virtual travel grants are intended for students who are not presenting and who will be serving as a student assistant for the 101st Annual Meeting. 

Restrictions

  • Available to active 2020 AMS student members and members with student privileges who are senior undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Awarded to students who are not presenting a paper at the conference. (Note: This restriction does not apply to presentations at the Student Conference.)
  • A student can receive no more than one travel grant award per calendar year; this includes the AMS Specialty Conference Travel Grant Program.  i.e., a student applies for a travel grant to attend the AMS annual meeting and receives an award, that student is not eligible to apply for a specialty conference travel grant within that same calendar year.

2020 Specialty Meeting Travel Grant Applications

Students must complete an application to participate.  Use your AMS credentials to log in after clicking the below application link.

Submit Travel Grant Application

2019 AMS Specialty Conference Travel Grant Recipients

The Student Travel Grant Program was designed to afford senior undergraduate and graduate students an invaluable experience to share, collaborate and learn among their peers and professionals in the weather, water, and climate sciences. The program is opened to AMS student members and full members with student privileges. AMS is proud and grateful to have the support of its members who generously give to this program. AMS congratulates the 2019 AMS Specialty Conference Travel Grant recipients.

Brian Haynes

15th Conference on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography

Connor Dacey

47th Conference on Broadcast Meteorology/5th Conference on Weather Warnings and Communications

Jessica Souza and Emily Klee

22nd Conference on Atmospheric and Oceanic Fluid Dynamics

Jan Ising

18th Conference on Mesoscale Processes