Australasian Research Management Society
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The profession of research management as integral to the research endeavour.
OPEN: ARMS/UNIVERSITY OFFICE 2015 SINGAPORE TRAVEL AWARD
APPLICATIONS DUE COB 5 PM AEST, 8 JUNE 2015 TO ARMS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER, Tracey.Kelly@flinders.edu.au
University Office has been a great supporter of the Society and has this year strengthened its collaboration by offering a travel award, designed to support one member of the ARMS community to attend the 2015 conference in Singapore (30 September to 2 October 2015).
About the Award
The ARMS/University Office 2015 Singapore Travel Award shall be used to support attendance of the ARMS2015 Conference in Singapore by an eligible member of the Society. Specifically, the award will cover:
v Full conference registration;
v A single, return economy direct flight to Singapore from a major capital city; and
v Accommodation for three nights at the conference venue, the Orchard Hotel.
These costs will be met directly by University Office.
To be considered for an award, an applicant must:
· Be an ARMS Accredited Research Manager (Foundation); and
· Be a financial member of ARMS at the time of the application, and for the duration of the award.
Note that employees of University Office or its associated entities are ineligible to apply for this award.
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OPEN: ARMS SINGAPORE CONFERENCE 2015 TRAVEL AWARDS
The annual ARMS Conference will be held in Singapore from 29 September – 2 October 2015. As there may be higher than normal travel costs for some delegates, Chapters will receive under this award a one-off increase of $500, bringing the total allocation to AUD $2,500. Note that the title has also changed for this round to ARMS Singapore Conference 2015 Travel Awards to reflect the specific nature of this award.
The funds are to be used to contribute towards the cost of the conference registration. Chapter committees are advised to allocate a minimum of three grants, capped at approximately $833 each, but can offer more within the allocation if desired.
APPLICATIONS DUE COB 5 PM AEST, 1 JUNE 2015 TO ARMS Administrative Officer, Tracey.Kelly@flinders.edu.au
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