Conference (organize your own conference) grants/awards

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  1. APA International Scientific Meetings Support Fund provides support for scientific events and projects that foster the exchange of knowledge among psychologists across the world. Award - support of up to $3500.
  2. APA Board of Educational Affairs (BEA) Block Grants provides funding in support of precollege and undergraduate teaching conferences. Award - the conference must advance the teaching of psychology at the secondary, 2-year, and/or 4-year level. Eligibility - the conference must advance the teaching of psychology at the secondary, 2-year, and/or 4-year level.
  3. EAESP/SPSSI International Small Conferences provides funding to organize a small conference with a theme related to social issues and international relevance, with the purpose to help strengthen links between the two organizations so that members of each have opportunities to discuss research questions of mutual interest. Conference organizers are encouraged to facilitate publication of material on the conference topic through the Journal of Social Issues or SPSSI's edited book series. Award - Both SPSSI and EAESP will provide $3500, for a total grant of $7000 to support the selected meeting. Eligibility - at least 80% of persons attending the conference should be members of one or both organizations, and each conference should have at least one organizer from SPSSI and one organizer from EAESP.
  4. Psi Chi Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference Grants provide funds for local/regional undergraduate psychology research conferences. Funding is intended for conferences that will invite student research presenters from at least three schools in the area and will notify all Psi Chi chapters in the geographic area of the conference. Award - the maximum grant for each conference is $1,000. Eligibility - funding is not available for conferences intended for students from a single school. The school submitting an application must have a Psi Chi chapter.
  5. ACLS New Perspectives on Chinese Culture and Society supports projects in the humanities and related social sciences that bridge disciplinary or geographic boundaries, engage new sources, develop fresh approaches to traditional materials and issues, or otherwise bring innovative perspectives to the study of Chinese culture and society. The program provides support for planning meetings, workshops, and/or conferences leading to publication of scholarly volumes related to innovative perspectives to the study of Chinese culture and society. Award – Conference grants up to $25,000, Workshop/Seminar grants up to $15,000, and Planning Meeting grants up to $6,000. Eligibility - the principal organizer must be affiliated with a university or research institution and must hold the Ph.D. degree. The program aims to provide opportunities for interchange among scholars who may not otherwise have chances to work with one another. Accordingly, proposals will not be supported for activities that involve scholars primarily from one institution or that fall within an institution’s normal range of colloquia, symposia, or seminar series.
  6. ACLS East European Studies Conference Grants provides support for conferences in East European studies in all disciplines of the humanities and social sciences. These grants aim to encourage collective efforts by groups of scholars who are prepared to work together on a focused set of issues and which intend to produce significant new research publishable in a conference volume. Award – grants up to $25,000 will be offered to support formal research conferences. Eligibility - applications must specify a principal organizer who is affiliated with a university or research institution and must hold the Ph.D. degree.




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