SETAC North America (SNA) is dedicated to achieving scientific diversity in our programming. Specifically, the society is interested in including environmental professionals who are representative of all people who contribute to and have a vested interest in environmental research, management, and policy.  SETAC North America has created the Indigenous Peoples of North America Meeting Attendance Grant Award to encourage participation of those who are interested in sharing knowledge on environmental topics but who may not have the financial resources to attend the SNA annual meeting. The grant is made available to the Indigenous Peoples of North America including, but not limited to: Native Americans, Native Hawaiians, Alaska Natives, First Nations, Inuit, Métis, and the many Indigenous Peoples of Mexico. The award includes a registration waiver, a one-year membership, and a travel stipend of US $500

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* 1. Please enter your contact information.

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* 2. Name of the indigenous community in North America (Canada, Mexico or the United States, including U.S. territories) you affiliate with.

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* 3. Even though the final program may not be available when you apply, please describe your conference plan for the SETAC North America annual meeting as specifically as possible. For example: Are you planning to present your work during a specific session or symposia? What sessions and symposia, committee and interest group meetings, and networking and social events would you like to attend? Are there any informal meetings with specific colleagues or other activities that interest you? (Limit to 250 words)

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* 4. What are your approximate travel costs to attend the meeting, and how much financial support do you currently have?

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* 5. Please paste your resume.

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