and Conferences for 2001-2002
Below is the listed time table for travel
arrangements . Plase follow the deadlines to avoid late fees.
For Travel to occur in the
Date Travel Request form due in MORE Programs Office
Remember to submit a travel
request form and registration form to the meeting!
Besides air transportation and lodging,
MBRS-RISE provides for meals ($32/day), incidental costs ($5/day
after the first 24 hours), and ground transportation (variable)
for each complete day (7 a.m. - 6 p.m.) you are away from home.
Partial travel day amounts are prorated.
Travel to meetings during the summer or between quarters is preferred
to travel during an academic quarter. There is an opportunity
cost: if you are traveling, you are not on campus keeping up
with your classes. In any event, you are responsible for high
academic achievement. Because of the time demands, travel during
an academic quarter by any student with less than a GPA of 3.0
The MBRS-RISE program office will, on request, contact your instructors
to let them know you will miss some classes during the period
of your trip. This information is also collected on your MBRS
Travel Request Form. The letters will be generated and distributed
to your instructors two weeks before you travel.
SACNAS NATIONAL CONFERENCE
30th Anniversary Celebration
"30 Years at the Crossroads: Merging Disciplines
and Advancing Diversity"
Albuquerque, New Mexico
October 2-5, 2003
ABRCMS - MARC/MBRS Conference
- Oct. 18, 2003
San Diego, California
ACS National Meeting
March 23-27, 2003 New Orleans, Louisiana
Western Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society
October 15-17, 2003
Long Beach Hilton , Long Beach, CA
together the elements of Science. March 9-14, 2003, Orlando,
Deadline: Thursday, August 8, 2002
California Conference on Undergraduate Research
Abstracts Deadline: October 11, 2002
30th Annual Conference of the National Organization for the Professional
Advancement of Black Chemist and Chemical Engineers, April 13-19,
2003 Indianapolis, Indiana
Abstract Deadline: Friday,
December 6, 2002
Socitey for Philosophy and Psychology
29th Annual Meeting for the Socitey fo Philosophy and Psychology,
June 18-21, 2003, at California Institute of Technology, Pasadena,