Student Travel Policies

Undergraduates

BioHealth Informatics

Each undergraduate degree student enrolled in 9 credit hours or more each semester will be provided with funding support to attend a conference at which the student is presenting a peerreviewed, authored research paper/poster prepared in the context of the student’s academic studies. A total funding of $1,000 per student is available only for up to 4 years after the start of their studies. The funding may be used to cover for travel, hotel, food, and/or registration fees. IU travel policies apply. Items such as alcohol, entertainment, etc. are not
covered. The student is expected to pay the difference, if any. Once approved, travel arrangement for the expenses to cover up front (e.g., conference registration fee) can be made by contacting nfish@iupui.edu. All receipts must be submitted to the School (nfish@iupui.edu) for reimbursement immediately after the travel.

Human-Centered Computing

Each HCC B.S. student enrolled in 9 credit hours or more each semester may apply to request funding support to attend a conference at which the student is presenting a peer-reviewed, authored research paper/poster prepared in the context of the student’s academic studies. A total funding of $1,000 per student is available only for up to 4 years after the start of their studies. The funding may be used to cover for travel, hotel, food, and/or registration fees. IU travel policies apply. Items such as alcohol, entertainment, etc. are not covered. The student is expected to pay the difference, if any. Once approved, students are responsible for their own travel arrangements, hotel, food, registrations, and/or printing.

Master’s Students

BioHealth Informatics

Each Bio-Health Informatics M.S. student enrolled in 6 credit hours or more each semester will be provided with funding support to attend a conference at which the student is presenting a peer-reviewed, first-authored research paper/poster prepared in the context of the student’s academic studies. A total funding of $750 per student is available only for up to 2 years after the start of their studies. The funding may be used to cover for travel, hotel, food, and/or registration fees. IU travel policies apply. Items such as alcohol, entertainment, etc. are not covered. The student is expected to pay the difference, if any. Once approved, students are responsible for their own travel arrangements, hotel, food, registrations, and/or printing.

Human-Centered Computing

Each HCC M.S. student enrolled in 6 credit hours or more each semester may apply to request funding support to attend a conference at which the student is presenting a peer-reviewed, authored research paper/poster prepared in the context of the student’s academic studies. A total funding of $1,000* per student is available only for up to 2 years after the start of their studies. The funding may be used to cover for travel, hotel, food, and/or registration fees. IU travel policies apply. Items such as alcohol, entertainment, etc. are not covered. The student is expected to pay the difference, if any. Once approved, students are responsible for their own travel arrangements, hotel, food,
registrations, and/or printing.

Ph.D. Students

BioHealth Informatics

Each Bio-Health Informatics Ph.D. student enrolled in 6 credit hours or more each semester will be provided with a $2,500 account for travel during his/her entire program (not per year), of which no more than $1,000 may be spent during the first two years of his/her program and no more than $1,000 during any 12 months. This money is to be used to attend one or more research conferences at which the student is presenting a peer-reviewed, first-authored research paper/poster prepared in the context of the student’s academic studies. The funding may be used to cover for travel, hotel, food, and/or registration fees. IU travel policies apply. Items such as alcohol, entertainment, etc.
are not covered. The student is expected to pay the difference, if any. Once approved, students are responsible for their own travel arrangements, hotel, food, registrations, and/or printing.

Human-Centered Computing

Each HCC Ph.D. student enrolled in 6 credit hours or more each semester may apply to request funding support of $2,500 for travel during his/her entire program (not per year), of which no more than $1,000 may be spent during the first two years of his/her program. This money is to be used to attend one or more research conferences at which the student is presenting a peer-reviewed, authored research paper/poster prepared in the context of the student’s academic studies. The funding may be used to cover for travel, hotel, food, and/or registration fees. IU travel policies apply. Items such as alcohol, entertainment, etc. are not covered. The student is expected to pay the difference, if any. Once approved, students are responsible for their own travel arrangements, hotel, food, registrations, and/or printing.