The Martha Bryant Student Travel Award was established in 2016 in memory of Martha (Marty) Bryant. Marty Bryant was our ISAZ beloved office manager, and was involved in most organizational processes, and dear friend for many years. She passed away days before our 2016 annual conference after a severe stroke. She is fondly remembered for her kindness, patience, and understanding. Students were particularly dear to Marty and in her honor, ISAZ established the Martha Bryant Memorial Student Travel Fund.
Nominations are now closed.
Criteria for Martha Bryant Student Travel Award:
- Students must be current ISAZ student members.
- Preference will be given to students who have not received a previous award from ISAZ.
- Students must be the presenting author on an ISAZ 2023 conference abstract submission.
As this is a merit award, recipients will be selected based on extent the quality of their abstracts.
*Students may apply for both the Martha Bryant Student Travel Award and the Penny L. Bernstein Human-Cat Interaction Student Travel Award, but if chosen for one of the awards, they will be ineligible to receive the other award.
Award announced at the end of the conference.
Please visit the Awards Overview page for a complete list of awards, values, and deadlines.
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Meet our Bryant Student Award Winners!
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Kolkata, India
"Hierarchy of Human-Generated Signals in Free-Ranging Dogs' Approach Decision"
University of Exeter, UK
"Lumber Layoffs & Ecocentric Solutions: Investigating Affective and Educational Outcomes of Elephant Encounter Facilities"
Tufts University, USA
"Inequities in Access to Veterinary Care"
University of Florida, USA
"Emotional Reliance on Pets: Effects of Mental Health Stigma, Mental Illness Diagnosis, and Consideration of Relationship Quality Amongst a National Sample of U.S. Pet Owners"
Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
"Minority Stress, Human-Animal Interaction, and Resilience in LGBTQ+ Young Adults: Testing a Mediation Model"
Danielle M. Brown
Canisius College, USA
"Examining the Relationship and Perceived Bonds Between North American Falconers and Their Working Raptors"
Purdue University, USA
"The Effects Of Assistance Dogs On Psychosocial Health and Wellbeing: A Systematic Literature Review"
Purdue University, USA
"PTSD service dogs: associations between training techniques, service dog behaviours, and human–animal bond"
University of Calgary, Canada
"Searching, settling, and staying put: rental housing in the (dis)placing of dog owners"