[ RadSafe ] CIRMS Student Travel Grant Announcement – 2006
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Fri Apr 21 09:37:54 CDT 2006
CIRMS Student Travel Grant Announcement - 2006
Since 1999 at its Eighth Annual Meeting, the Council on Ionizing
Radiation Measurements and Standards (CIRMS) has been pleased to
present travel grants of up to $1,000 to at most four students each
year to defray their expenses in order to attend the annual CIRMS
meeting at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. This
year´s CIRMS 15th annual meeting will be held between October 23 and
25 at NIST in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
An application form to be used by student applicants can be
downloaded from the CIRMS website, http://www.cirms.org/. CIRMS
appreciates your involvement and interests in irradiation. Any
student engaged in the study and use of ionizing radiation ought to
consider this program. CIRMS mission areas span medical
applications, radiation protection, including uses for homeland
security, and industrial applications. The deadline for application
submittal this year is Friday, September 15, 2006. Could you also
please post copies of this application on your institution´s bulletin
Information about CIRMS can be found on its web site: www.cirms.org.
Here you will find a listing of CIRMS sponsors, its programs and
mission statement as well as a link to the most recent "Needs Report"
which elaborates on CIRMS efforts and notes previous student award
winners and topics covered. The application form can also be
downloaded from this site.
Through the years, these awards have been made possible by the
generous contributions from CIRMS corporate and organizational
supporters, such as the Thermo Electron Corporation and the Ionizing
Radiation Division of NIST. If you have any questions about this
program or need additional information, please do not hesitate to
contact me directly or Katy Nardi, CIRMS Executive Secretary
(knardi at cirms.org).
Tony Berejka, Chairman CIRMS
Science and Technology Committee
E-mail: berejka at msn.com
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