Fee Waiver Programs

We are committed to making our conference as accessible as possible despite the challenges of the current environment.

Pandemic Financial Relief Fund

Delegates can request a waiver for membership fee and registration fee for the 2020 SNE Virtual Meeting.  This is applicable to people whose university will not cover their expenses this year due to a COVID-19-related expense freeze.  Subject to the availability of funds.

Application process

For abstract submitters:

Applications are accepted via the abstract submission process.  As you submit an abstract, you will be asked if you want to be considered for the Pandemic Financial Hardship Relief.  If so, you will be required to upload a one-page PDF document providing a brief outline of the benefit you will receive by attending the SNE Meeting and proof from your university administration that it does not allow you to get reimbursed for the conference due to a COVID-19 related expense freeze.

All applications must be received by July 31 at 11:59pm Central Daylight Time

For all other participants:

If you are not submitting an abstract, you may apply here (link to Google form).  If will be asked to provide a brief outline of the benefit you will receive by attending the SNE Meeting and proof from your university administration that it does not allow you to get reimbursed for the conference due to a COVID-19 related expense freeze.

All applications must be received by September 1 at 11:59pm Central Daylight Time

Society for NeuroEconomics International Diversity Fellowship

The Society for NeuroEconomics will provide fellowships for neuroeconomists, neuroscientists, psychologists and economists who are currently working and living in a resource-restricted country and / or members of a group that is underrepresented in the field to attend the SNE annual meeting.  

There will be several fellowships granted that include complimentary society membership for 2020 and registration to the Annual Meeting.

To be considered,

  • Nominees must conduct research in the field of Neuroeconomics
  • Nominees must be currently working and living in a resource-restricted country – those defined by the World Bank as low, lower-middle, or upper-middle income. (Click here for the World Bank’s country classifications)
  • OR indicate that they are members of a group that is underrepresented in the field

Priority will be given to those applicants who have not obtained a student travel award within the past five years.

 

Application process

Applicants for the International Diversity Fellowship must submit a PDF document indicating:

  • First name, last name, contact email,
  • the country where the applicant currently works and lives,
  • the name of their employer/university or institution where they study,
  • a paragraph describing why the support is needed and or a paragraph describing the under-representation in the field,
  • proof of studentship, post doc contract or faculty employment must be included.

Applicants must submit their application by emailing the Secretariat directly.

Recipients of the fellowship will be invited to submit an abstract for the Meeting.  Recipients should be the first author or one of the senior authors of the abstract.

Applications will be accepted until September 1 at 11:59pm Central Daylight Time.

Undergrad fellowship

More information to come!