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SWF Announces Young Professional Scholarships for IAC 2012 in Naples

7 Jun 2012, 00:00 UTC
SWF Announces Young Professional Scholarships for IAC 2012 in Naples
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Deadline for Applications is July 1, 2012

Secure World Foundation (SWF) is pleased to announce that it
will be accepting applications from young professionals for
scholarships to aid in traveling to present papers at the 2012 International
Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Naples, Italy. The goal
of these scholarships is to provide young space professionals an
opportunity to participate in one of the most prestigious
international space conferences to further their professional
development and inject new ideas into the community.

To qualify, individuals be under the age of 35, working in the
space field, and already have an abstract accepted for presentation
at IAC in Naples. Applicants should fill out
this form with their contact information and paper details, and
provide a short essay of no more than 500 words on why they feel it
is important to present their research at IAC and what they hope to
get out of the experience.

Individuals selected to receive scholarships will be be notified
by August 1, 2012, and required to provide a trip report to SWF
following the Congress.

For further questions, please contact Ms. Lisa Croy (lcroy@swfound.org).

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