The opportunities on this page of the guide are great places to start when looking for travel funding, including funding for international research, conference travel, language study, or study abroad programs.
Funding databases can also help find travel funding opportunities more specific to your needs, or other funding types you may be able to apply to the cost of travel.
In addition to any funding available from your department, there are two major sources for conference travel available from UW. If you are presenting at a national or international conference, these opportunities will help fund your travel and often have a quick application process. Be mindful of narrow application windows (dependent on the dates of your conference) for these funding opportunities!
If you are not presenting at the conference you hope to attend, see if the national level or your local chapter of the sponsoring organization offers a "first time attendee" or "professional development" scholarship. Many professional and academic conferences often discounted student rates, and some may waive registration fees partially or in full if you commit to a few hours of volunteering at the conference.
You can also look for travel, workshop, and conference funding in the funding databases recommended on this guide.