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Please contact nasslli2016@gmail.com with further inquiries.

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Registration

Rates after April 15:
Rutgers affiliate, not volunteering
: $75
Academic: $200
Non-academic/industry: $400

Rutgers students volunteering: free!

 

 

The following includes information about reimbursement procedures forstudent scholarship recipients, instructors, and workshop organizers (*not* invited workshop speakers).

If you are the recipient of a student scholarship:

  • You received an email informing you of your status a few months ago.
  • The amount of your scholarship is $500.
  • You will receive an honorarium for $500.
  • You will not fill out a form for reimbursement (called a TABER).
  • See below for instructions on required form(s).

If you are one of the five invited instructors:

  • You will receive an honorarium, as indicated in previous email correspondences.
  • You will not fill out a form for reimbursement (called a TABER).
  • See below for instructions on required form(s).

If you are one of the instructors/workshop organizers whose course/workshop went through the review process and is part of the NASSLLI 2016 program:

  • You will be reimbursed for reasonable travel expenses. (See more below.)
  • You will not receive an honorarium.
  • You will fill out a form for reimbursement, called a TABER.
  • See below for instructions on required form(s).

INSTRUCTIONS ON FORMS
If you are receiving an honorarium,
the forms you must complete depend on your status as a US or non-US citizen.

  • US Citizens, please download and complete ALL of the forms that are here.
  • non-US Citizens, please download and complete ALL of the forms that are here.
  • Fill out the required form(s), print them in advance, and bring the completed form with you to NASSLLI, along with your forms of identification.

If you are requesting reimbursement, please access the TABER form here.

  • You MUST save your receipts and boarding passes! Rutgers also requires proof that the expenses were deducted from your bank/credit card account. This should be a statement showing that the deduction occurred, along with the last four digits of the account and your last name displayed. Any receipt must also have the account number on it, if the transaction was done with a card and not cash. Without these items, you will NOT be reimbursed! Rutgers is very picky about this.
  • If you drove and are claiming mileage, you must use the federal mileage rate of $.540 per mile. If you are requesting reimbursement for tolls, you should provide your E-ZPass statement with your name and account number, and show proof of payment as indicated above. You cannot just indicate the total toll $. You MUST accompany this request with a google map showing the roundtrip mileage between your origin and the destination (5 Seminary Place New Brunswick, NJ 08901).
  • Fill out the required form(s), print them in advance, and bring the completed form(s) with you, along with receipts, statements, etc., to NASSLLI, so that we can complete the process during NASSLLI.
  • We will aim to reimburse travel expenses (not accommodation) as we are able for all instructors/workshop organizers. However, since some workshops and courses have more than two lead instructors/organizers, are funds are more limited.

What we've said about reimbursement for instructors/workshop organizers:

From the Call for Proposals:
"We will aim to reimburse instructors for reasonable travel expenses. However, we encourage all instructors to fund their own travel if feasible, since this will allow us to use our available funding for student scholarships. While proposals from all over the world are welcomed, NASSLLI can in general expect only to reimburse reasonable travel from destinations within North America to New Brunswick, NJ, although exceptions may be considered, depending on the financial situation. A proposal for a workshop should include a plan to obtain some outside funding for workshop-related expenses, such as speakers and food, as NASSLLI cannot provide funding for these aspects."

Additional comments added from the NASSLLI 2016 Organizing Committee, communicated in previous emails:

  • Most of the courses are co-taught. Because funding is limited, the per-instructor reimbursement for a given course may be inversely correlated with the number of instructors in the course.
  • We may in fact be able to reimburse international travel expenses, but any reimbursements will likely be partial.
  • The amount that we are able to reimburse for travel and accommodation will depend on a variety of factors, including the number of travel reimbursement requests, the number of instructors who can find some portion of their own travel and accommodation, the number of participants registered, the number of people who reserve housing through the honors college, and so on.

 

 

 

   
 
 
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