We offer three funding programs to help support your association’s programming and facilitate graduate student participation at Congress.
Contact your scholarly association to submit an application.
We are committed to increasing equity, diversity, inclusion, and decolonization across Congress programming and funding programs, and encourage associations submitting funding applications to do the same. Find out more about our commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and decolonization.
International scholars of distinction enrich Congress discussions. If your association is organizing a high-profile keynote event featuring an international scholar, it may be eligible to receive funds to help defray costs.
Dialogue and knowledge exchange between disciplines can spark new ideas and advance research. Stage a joint interdisciplinary session with one or more participating associations and your association may be eligible to receive funds to support this session.
The Federation is pleased to offer an award program to help facilitate the participation of graduate students in Congress activities. The Congress Graduate Merit Award (CGMA) consists of a $500 prize amount. Each association planning to hold a conference at Congress 2021 will receive a set number of CGMAs to allocate to their most deserving graduate student members.