The Financial Assistance Application Deadline has passed.



Two Types of Financial Assistance are offered by AME

for participation in the 2012 Conference in San Antonio


“To apply for a scholarship, complete the Scholarship Application.”


“To apply for a hardship reduced rate, complete the HARDsHIP REDUCED RATE Application.”



Scholarships for Graduate Students and Young Scholars

AME awards a limited number of scholarships to a maximum value of $1000 US each, to be spent on attendance and participation at the San Antonio Conference in 2012. These scholarships are intended to assist graduate and postdoctoral students who otherwise would be unable to attend.

If you are interested in applying for a scholarship, click here



Hardship Reduced Rate for Membership and Conference Registration

AME offers a reduced membership and conference registration, for individuals in the following categories:

1)      Students registered for full-time work toward graduate degrees in universities or colleges and for whom paying the membership fee would be a hardship.

2)      Unemployed individuals (if unemployment was not by choice and paying the membership rate presents a hardship to the individual).

3)      Untenured faculty in countries defined as “developing countries” according to IMF criteria and for whom the membership fee would be a hardship.

If you are interested in applying for this reduced rate, click here











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