Annual Conference Scholarships

Purpose

URMIA's Annual Conference Scholarship Program is designed to provide valuable educational and networking opportunities for higher education risk management professionals who could not attend the URMIA Annual Conference without this financial support. Five scholarships of up to $1,600 each are available to be awarded.

Eligibility

These scholarships are intended for URMIA members who have not had the opportunity to attend any URMIA annual conference. Applicants must be responsible for risk management at their institution or work within a risk management department at a college or university. Preference will be given to applicants who have not attended any URMIA annual or regional conference. Recipients will be selected by URMIA member peers serving on the Annual Conference Scholarship Task Force.


Deadline 6/24/19

The deadline for applications and nominations is June 24, 2019, at 11:59 pm Eastern. Individuals wishing to be considered may be recommended by others or nominate themselves.  Scholarships may be used only for the upcoming Annual Conference in Boston, September 14-19, 2019.

Submit an application form to nominate a member or be considered for a scholarship. Applications/nominations will not be accepted past the due date.


Nominate / Apply


Use of Funds

This year’s scholarship can only be used to attend the 2019 URMIA Annual Conference. Expenses that a scholarship recipient incurs to attend the Annual Conference will be reimbursed up to $1,600. Valid expenses include the following:

  • the conference registration fee
  • a maximum of four nights at the conference hotel
  • travel expenses to and from the conference

Reimbursements will be made in the order above. Receipts will be required. Please review URMIA's travel policy.


URMIA's 2018 Recipients of an Annual Conference Scholarship

2018 Scholarship Recipients

From Left: Michael Means, Nevada System of Higher Education; Patricia Langer, Macalester College; Ben Coffman, Central Michigan University; Andrea Rosenbalm, Lincoln Memorial University; Dawn Shaffer, A.T. Still University of Health Sciences