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Guidelines for Zemjanis Outreach Fund

 

 

The Zemjanis Outreach Fund was established in 1994 to honor the memory of Dr. Ray Zemjanis, a longtime member of the Society for Theriogenology and Charter Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists. The fund is supported by donations from members and corporate sponsors and is intended for partial support of veterinarians traveling from developing countries to the United States for educational purposes.

 

I. A letter of intent should be sent to the Theriogenology Foundation office and should include the following information:

a. The name of the visiting scholar

b. Home country and institution of the visiting scholar

c. Purpose of the trip

d. Dates of the trip

e. Funding total for the trip

f. Amount requested from the Zemjanis Outreach Fund

g. Sponsor(s)

 

II. Funds will be granted only to those individuals who will be visiting the United States and (or) Canada to complete hands-on training in theriogenology.

 

III. The sponsor will be responsible for writing a short article (2-3 pages) for the Theriogenology Foundation Newsletter. The article should include the following information:

a. Name of the visiting scholar

b. Country and institution of origin

c. Intent of the visit and highlights of the itinerary

d. Comments from participants (the visitor as well as those whose laboratories are visited)

 

IV. Sponsors and visitors should be advised that funding, if granted, will require a minimum of 45 days from the time the Theriogenology Foundation office receives the request until reimbursement can be approved by the board members and processed.

 

 ** The board amended the guidelines in 2009 to allow for sending a trainer to a developing country to conduct training on-site.

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