Financial Support

We would like to thank the following for financial support for the Technical Program:

  • U.S. National Science Foundation
  • U.S. Department of Energy
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • U.S. National Park Service
  • Electric Power Research Institute
  • California Air Resources Board
  • South Coast Air Quality Management District

Young Professionals, Graduate Students and Post Doctoral Fellows

Funds will be granted for meeting registration, course registration and conference hotel costs to a maximum of $1,500.  Approved support for registration will be paid directly to A&WMA after receipt of a completed registration form.  Committed funds for hotel room expenses (incidentals will not be covered) will be reimbursed to the individual by A&WMA.  Young Professional are defined by A&WMA as age 35 or under.  However, if the applicant started his career at an older than usual age or has extenuating circumstances and would like to apply please do so.  Funds allocation will be decided by a conference committee of three and preference will be given to order of receipt of application.

State and Local Agency Personnel

Funds will be provided to approved applications from those associated with air quality issues from a state or local agency.  The support will be to cover the costs of meeting registration and registration for the Regional Haze Rule full day course to be given on Monday, September 26, 2016.  Approved support for registration will be paid directly to A&WMA after receipt of a completed registration form. Funds allocation will be decided by a conference committee of three and preference will be given to order of receipt of application.

To apply for financial assistant in either of these areas please fill out the Financial Assistance Application Form and submit to delbert@eatough.net.

The deadline for submission of an application is 29 July 2016.

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