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Student conference grants

The section gives a limited number of grants to students, mostly to support attendance at international conferences.

In order for students to apply for funding to attend the international IUSSI meeting, students have to have been a member for at least one year prior to the application deadline. However, students beginning their studies in October 2019 and registering as a member in October will pay their 2020 fees, and still be counted as being a member since 2019.

Two perks:

Having a subscription to IUSSI is a great way to support the world of social insect research. Membership is cheap (£7.50 for students, £15 for full members). One additional perk of being a member is that it provides large discounts when registering for IUSSI conferences. Registrations can be done here: http://www.iussi.org/NWEurope/subs.htm

If you have any questions please contact Fabio Manfredini: fabio.manfredini@abdn.ac.uk

Previous applicants

The successful students applicants for the 2018 grants to attend the IUSSI meeting in Brazil were:

Jack Beresford, Kulmuni lab
Ryan Brock, Bourke lab
Dominic Burns, Robinson lab
Adam Devenish, Sumner lab
Eleanor Drinkwater, Robinson lab
Emeline Favreau, Wurm lab
Sanja Hakala, Helantra lab
Jack Howe, Boomsma lab
Patrick Kennedy, Sumner lab
Carlos Martinez Ruiz, Nichol & Wurm labs
Ash Samuelson, Gill & Leadbeater labs
Veronica Sinotte, Poulsen lab
Harry Siviter, Leadbeater lab
Robin Southon, Sumner lab
Benjamin Taylor, Sumner lab
Jens van Eeckhoven, Duncan lab

In addition, the following postdoc & non-students received grants:

David Collins, Bourke lab
Elizabeth Evesham
Joanito Liberti, Boomsma lab

The successful applicants for the 2016 grants to attend the IUSSI meeting in Helsinki were:

Aaran Folly, Royal Holloway, UK
Anne Anderson, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Callum Martin, Royal Holloway, UK
ChrisAccleton, University of Sussex, UK
David Trenaor, University of Sussex, UK
Elizabeth Samuelson, Royal Holloway, UK
Feargus Cooney, University of Exeter, UK
Pinar Guler, Regensburg University, Germany
Robyn Manley, University of Exeter, UK
Shunlin He, Free University of Berlin, Germany
Saria Otani, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

The successful 2012 applicants were:

Gemma Baron, Royal Holloway, University of London
Gianluigi Bigio, University of Sussex, UK
David Collins, University of East Anglia, UK
Kirsten Foley, University of Leeds, UK
Peter Graystock, University of Leeds, UK
Marja-Katariina Haatanen, University of Turku, Finland
Jacob Holland, University of East Anglia, UK
Jonna Kulmuni , University of Oulu, Finland
Rowena Mitchell, University of Leeds, UK
Claire Morandin, University of Helsinki, Finland
Jenni Paviala, University of Helsinki, Finland

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