October 8-12, 2012 · Hyatt Regency Minneapolis · Minneapolis, Minnesota

Student Information


A limited number of $500 student travel grants are available. If you receive the grant, a check in that amount will be given to you in Minneapolis. The grant is intended to help you offset the cost of attendance, and does not cover any particular aspect of attending.

Applicants must be an author or co-author on an accepted abstract to be chosen. It is not necessary that you know the status of your abstract submission (accepted/rejected) when you submit this application. Applicant must be an undergraduate or graduate student at the time of the conference. Preference is given to Ph.D. students and those attending the entire week.

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Travel Grant Application Submission is now closed.

Student Assistant Participation

A limited number of Student Assistant opportunities will be available for individuals interested in working at the AAAR 2012 Annual Conference.  Once we have received enough applications to fulfill the needs of the conference, the application process will be closed.  Assistants perform a variety of important tasks that ensure the smooth functioning of workshops and platforms.  You will be required to monitor four (4) sessions at the conference.  In return for this service, student assistants may attend two (2) tutorials at no charge.

Student Assistant Application Submission is now closed.