Publication Date

October 9, 2014

You know that the AHA annual meeting is an unmissable event in the history calendar. It’s the premier spot for meeting and exchanging views with your peers and colleagues, as well as offering an informative and thought-provoking program of events. But as institutional budgets are squeezed ever tighter, you will need to present a well-thought-out case to request financial support, outlining not only the benefits to your work but to your organization as a whole.

Here is some helpful information to use when making your case to attend this year’s meeting in New York, January 2-5, 2015.

This post first appeared on AHA Today.

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