Travel

Awards and Deadlines

SOURCE is pleased to hear that students are making plans for in-person presentations this academic year.  SOURCE will also continue to support presentations at virtual conferences.  

Eligibility

All undergraduate students at Case Western Reserve University are eligible to apply for travel assistance. Students must present their research, scholarly or creative endeavors at a virtual or in-person conference.

Commitment

Students who accept travel funding must present their work at Intersections: SOURCE Symposium & Poster Session.  Intersections is scheduled for December 9, 2022 (November 9, 2022 registration and abstract submission deadline) and in April 2023.

Travel Funding Application
Mentor Support Form for Travel Funding

A complete travel application consists of: (1) student completion of the travel application form and (2) mentor completion of the Support Form. SOURCE recommends that you send the link to the Mentor Travel Support Form to your project mentor.  SOURCE typically responds to 5-7 business days after complete travel applications are submitted.

Funding Recipients

2021-2022 Recipients

Maria Luisa Bates Domenech (Political Science & Economics), Midwest Political Science Conference, Paper Presentation; Mentor: Greg Goelzhauser, Political Sciences Department

Nisha Busch (Neuroscience), Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, Poster Presentation; Mentor: Timothy Flanigan, US FDA National Center for Toxicological Research

Daniel Chen (Computer Science and Mathematics), APS March Meeting, Paper Presentation; Shuai Xu, Department of Computer and Data Science

Maize Connolly (Biochemistry), 2022 ASBMB Annual Meeting, Poster Presentation; Mentor: Ryan Arvidson, Biochemistry

Hannah Dorris (Chemistry and Art History), American Institute of Conservation, Poster Presentation; Mentor: Ina Martin, Materials Science and Engineering, MORE Center

Yasaswini Iyer (Chemical Biology), 2021 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies; Mentor: Rekha Srinivasan, Department of Chemistry

Ramona Johnson (Biology and Political Science), Midwest Political Science Association 79th Annual Conference, Paper Presentation; Mentor: Matthew Hodgetts, Political Science

Erryk Katayama (Biochemistry and Philosophy), American Association for Cancer Research, Poster Presentation; Mentor: Jordan Winter, Surgery

Theresa Lee (Communication Sciences and Psychology), American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association Convention 2021, Poster Presentation; Mentor: Lauren Calandruccio, Psychological Sciences Department

Jessie Lin (Communication Sciences and Psychology), American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association Convention 2021, Presentation; Mentor: Lauren Calandruccio, Psychological Sciences Department

Aniya Martinez (Communication Sciences), American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association Convention 2021, Poster Presentation; Mentor: Lauren Calandruccio, Psychological Sciences Department

Vivian Martinez, (Communication Sciences), American Speech‑Language‑Hearing Association Convention 2021, Poster Presentation; Mentor: Lauren Calandruccio, Psychological Sciences Department

Kate Okun (Physics), American Physical Society 2022 Meeting, Poster Presentation; Mentor: John Ruhl, Physics

Sahil Patel (Computer Science), Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting 2021, Oral Presentation; Mentor: David Hormuth II, University of Texas at Austin, Cockrell School of Engineering - Biomedical Engineering Department

Catherine Phillips (Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism), Ohio Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Annual Conference, Poster Presentation; Mentors: Rosa Hand and Rosanna Watowicz, Department of Nutrition

Phillip Popp (Mathematics and Physics), American Physical Society March Meeting, Paper Presentation; Mentor: Walter Lambrecht, Physics

Rachel Theisen (Biochemistry), 2022 ASBMB Annual Meeting, Poster Presentation; Mentor: Ryan Arvidson, Biochemistry

Jeremiah Ukwela (Biomedical Engineering), Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Paper Presentation; Mentor: Steve Majerus, Biomedical Engineering