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A workshop for women undergraduate and masters students who are currently working in speech science and technology will be held at Interspeech 2016 on September 8 from 10am to 5pm, featuring panel discussions with senior researchers in the field, student poster presentations and a mentoring session. The workshop will be held at ETS offices in San Francisco and is partially funded by the NSF. This workshop is designed to foster interest in research in our field in women at the undergraduate or masters level who have not yet committed to getting a PhD in speech science or technology areas but who have had some research experience in their college and universities on individual or group projects. Space is limited to 20 students, and funding will be provided to cover domestic travel expenses, 2-night hotel accommodations, and Interspeech conference registration. The maximum amount to be reimbursed is $1500 per student.
To apply, interested students should submit a resume, an abstract for their poster (maximum of 500 words), and one letter of recommendation from a mentor from academia or industry. Please submit the application materials by 5/1/2016 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information can be found at: https://sites.google.com/site/yfrsw2016/home
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