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STUDENT SUBSIDY PROGRAMS FOR THE CCECE 2001 CONFERENCE
| Conference Info
May 13-16, 2001
Delta Chelsea Hotel
Ontario , Canada
Please note the following when apply for student subsidies:
- All students need to be IEEE members at the time of registration and the
conference. Only IEEE members who are students or who have just
graduated will be reimbursed.
- Several sections have offered to subsidize 50% of the early registration
fee for a student or $62.50. In some cases, funding is provided for travel
as well. Please note that the student will need to pay the full $125.00
registration fee and travel expenses. Any expenses that the section has
agreed to reimburse will be provided during or after the conference. If
the section only subsidizes the registration fee please make sure you
register as soon as possible. Partial registration reimbursement is only
available on a first-come first-serve basis and in many cases the sections
have put upper limits on the total amount of funding provided. So not to
be left out please make sure you register early. In the case that a
section may provide for other expenses please contact the section chair to
make sure that your expenses are approved. You will also need to fill out
a travel expenses claim in that event.
Toronto Student Members
The IEEE Toronto section is very pleased to announce a subsidy program
for the upcoming CCECE conference on May 13-16, 2001 to be held at the
Delta Chelsea, Toronto. This program was initiated to encourage
greater students participation in this conference. The IEEE Toronto
Section will subsidize 50% of the of registration fee (up to $62.50) for all
Toronto IEEE student members who are paper authors, pre-registered
(advance registration only) and attending the conference. The IEEE
student membership must be valid at the time of registration.
London Student Members
The IEEE London Section is also pleased to announce their participation in the student subsidy
program. The section will contribute a maximum of $1000.00 to London Student Members who wish
to attend the Conference. Student Members should get written confirmation from their Section Chair that
they qualify for this subsidy.
K-W Student Members
The K-W Section has approved a student subsidy for any pre-registered
student member presenting a paper. The subsidy is 50% of the fee ($62.50) for a maximum of 16
students from the section ( University of Guelph, Unversity of Waterloo, Wilfred Laurier
University, and Conestoga College).
Peterborough Student Members
It was decided by the Peterborough section executive that the section shall
subsidize 50% of CCECE2001 registration fees for up to 5 students from the
section who will be presenting papers.
Hamilton Student Members
The Hamilton Section has agreed to pay a minimum of 50% of registration fee for individual students presenting papers from the Section. The amount of money can not exceed a total of $500.
Kingston Student Members
The Kingston Section has decided fund the full registration fee for the first 10 students from the section. Note that the students must be IEEE members.
IEEE Canada Foundation Travel Awards for Undergraduate Students
Encouraging more participation from undergraduate students in IEEE Canada
conference activities is very important. There are some concerns that our
students do not get very excited about research and development,
particularly during a booming economy. This inevitably results in a lack of
highly qualified people in later years.
The IEEE Canadian Foundation has reserved $5000.00 for travel
subsidy (up to maximum $1000.00 per person) for IEEE undergraduate
student members who have submitted papers that are accepted by the
Dr. Wallas Khella, P. Eng.
To apply for such subsidy grant qualified individuals can contact
Mr. Dave Whyte, Chair of the ICF Disbursement Committee by e-mail:
email@example.com or by Phone
416-861-0391, ext. 130
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