52nd Annual Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting


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Student travel grants to the DPS annual meetings prior to 2006 had been financed mostly through the generosity of corporate and private donors. In particular, Bill Hartmann has quietly been giving money for student travel for many years. To honor Bill, and to expand the number of student grants, at the 2006 fall meeting the DPS announced the formation of the Bill Hartmann Student Travel Grant Program, to be supported by an endowment of $100,000. All interest on this money will go to support student travel grants to DPS meetings. Your donation to the fund will ensure its viability in years to come.

The DPS's Susan Niebur Professional Development Fund provides financial assistance to qualifying members in order to facilitate their meeting attendance by offsetting dependent care costs at the meeting location or at home during the DPS. Susan was a tireless supporter and strong advocate for creating professional development programming for early career planetary scientists. It is the Division for Planetary Sciences’ hope that this fund will provide an additional legacy for Susan's contributions to the planetary science community.

Funds from this account will be used to build partnerships between the DPS and national organizations for minority scientists, such as the National Society for Black Physicists (NSBP) and Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), and to encourage participation by scientists of color in the annual DPS conference. The DPS Committee will work with our new partners to determine how the money will be distributed.