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Social Justice Scholar Travel Award Instructions
Congratulations on participating in the Social Justice Scholars travel award program.show more
If you haven’t already, please enter your information in the Student Payments Registration form here so we can set you up for direct deposit payment of your travel award. Once you are ready to plan for your conference travel, please send the Social Justice Program Faculty Director, Dr. Yoosun Park (email@example.com) a one-page outline identifying your conference name, location, description, and budget needed for conference attendance. The budget should include the cost of registration, travel, and hotel. Additionally, you should budget $200 additional per day for meals and incidental expenses.
Payment for the travel is in the form of a one-time award payment that will fund your approved budget. Payments related to this may be taxable to you, and payments aggregating $600 or more are reported on Form 1099-MISC for US citizens and resident aliens and on Form 1042-S for NRAs (non-resident aliens). Payments made to NRAs are subject to 30% federal tax withholding, unless the payment is covered by a tax treaty.
Once your budget is approved, please enter your budget here in the SJS Travel Award letter, which will be processed via DocuSign for approval by Dr. Park and you. If there is a significant change to your budget once expenses are incurred, please submit a request for additional funding to firstname.lastname@example.org, including all receipts (except the $200 allowance for meals and incidentals), for review and approval by Dr. Park.
If you have any questions about this payment, please contact email@example.com less
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