Bursaries & Grants
DH Richards Memorial Bursaries
- A student member of Macro Group (UK)?
- Desperate to go to an important conference?
- Short of all the funding needed?
then the D H Richards Memorial Bursaries scheme can help you.
About the bursaries
Macro Group set up the bursaries as a memorial to D H Richards, who was one of the founding officers of Macro Group and worked hard to establish it as a major group in the UK.
Under this scheme, Macro Group sets aside funds each year to support student members of Macro Group who wish to attend a scientifically-important conference, but are short of funds to make this happen.
Only one student from a particular department/school will be granted a bursary for a particular conference. The applicant must be a current Macro Group member, have their supervisor's support, and be planning to make an oral or poster contribution at the conference. It is expected that part of the funds needed to attend the conference will be obtained from other sources. A particular student can only receive one bursary award during their period of study. The maximum bursary amount awarded will be £300.
As a condition of receiving a bursary award, the student will be required to write a short report on the conference they attended for publication in the Bulletin.
How to apply
The application and decision-making process has recently changed, so please take careful note of the following information.
Application forms can be obtained by visiting the Macro Group UK website, the link to the website can be found at the bottom of this page.
The completed application form must be sent by the applicant's supervisor (to confirm their support of the application) via email to the Macro Group Secretary in accord with the following three deadlines:
- 1 November
- 1 February
- 1 May
Decisions will normally be announced less than 4 weeks after the deadline.
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Contact and Further Information
Dr Valeria Arrighi CChem FRSC
Heriot-Watt University (Committee Service: 2013 - 2019)