Student Travel Funding
POPULATION ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA (PAA) TRAVEL
The highest funding priority is given to students who have a poster or paper on the program and to graduate students in the Population Studies Training Program. We also consider requests from those not on the program, with higher priority to those who have never attended PAA. Students who receive travel support are expected to work at the IPUMS exhibit booth and to attend the MPC reception. Funding is only available to MPC Student Members. How to become an MPC Member.
All students must complete a PAA Travel Funds Request Form by February 21, 2020. Notifications will be sent around March 2, 2020.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAVEL
MPC has limited funds available to support professional development for student members. These requests could include funds to attend workshops, courses, training sessions, or academic conference (not covered by PAA or project-related travel).
To request professional development travel support, send an email briefly describing your request, including a budget, to email@example.com. Please email request with as much advance notice as possible.
TRAVEL GUIDELINES AND POLICIES
After traveling, please submit for reimbursement your travel expenses through the University's Chrome River system. Chrome River can be accessed through myu.umn.edu --> Key Links--> U Travel --> Chrome River Login. You will need to image your itemized receipts for upload into Chrome River. For instructions how to use Chrome River review the Job Aids on the UTravel webpage. For additional help, contact Tori Scanlan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-301-1410.
All reimbursements must be submitted within 60 days of the end of your travel.
If you do not have an appointment at the University and can not use Chrome River please complete the travel expense reimbursement worksheet and return it to Admin Core by either emailing it to email@example.com or turning the hardcopy into the Travel & Expense Reimbursement inbox outside cube 6008.