Travel grants help graduate students conduct research across the globe

The Graduate School awarded over 100 Research Travel Grants totaling $204,196 in 2021-22, which provide financial support for research degree students to conduct thesis or dissertation research away from campus. With a special round of funding in addition to standard fall and spring rounds, this was the largest group of Research Travel Grants awarded since the pandemic began interrupting travel.

Students used the grants domestically and internationally to visit archives, speak to experts and use specialized facilities to further their research. Germán Reyes, a doctoral candidate in economics studying how standardized test score gaps lead to eventual income inequality, used his grant to travel to the Brazilian National Institute of Educational Studies.

Read more on the Graduate School website.

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