Travel to conference grants/awards
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- APA Student Travel Award Program helps psychology graduate students travel to the annual APA Convention to present their research. Award - approximately 100 students will receive $300 to support their travel to the APA Convention. Eligibility - must be member of APA and have paper or poster accepted by an APA division for presentation.
- APA Travel Award for First-Time Attendees is provided by the Graduate Student Section of APA (called APAGS) to assist first-time attendees to the APA annual convention. Award - five $1000 awards will be offered. Eligibility - first-time attendee and graduate student member of APA.
- APS Travel Assistance Program assist students attending the annual APS convention by defraying the cost of travel. Award - Recipients are provided with a cash award (the amount of which varies each year). Eligibility - Must be current APS student affiliates presenting research at the annual APS Convention.
- SPSP Graduate Student Travel Award provides conference travel to 40 graduate students to attend the annual SPSP conference. Award - $300 per student. Eligibility - must be a member of SPSP and have a paper or poster accepted at the conference for which the applicant is first or sole author.
- SPSP Diversity Fund provides qualified graduate students with travel awards to attend the annual SPSP conference. Award - up to $800 for conference transportation, logding, food, and registration, and runners-up recieive free conference registration. Eligibility - students must be enrolled in a psychology graduate program and come from an underrepresented group in personality and social psychology (e.g., ethnic or racial minorities, first generation college students, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered students, or students with a physical disability.
- Psi Chi Bandura Graduate Award is awarded each year to the graduate student submitting the best overall empirical study. Award - the winner receives the following: (1) travel expenses to attend the APS National Convention to receive the award, (2) a three-year membership in APS, including subscriptions to all APS journals, and (3) two engraved plaques, one for the winner and one for the winner's psychology department as a permanent honor to the winner. Eligibility - must be a member of Psi Chi and member of APS. Must have published and/or presented the paper at a national, regional, or state psychology convention during the preceeding year.
- Psi Chi Newman Graduate Award (APA) is awarded each year to the graduate student submitting the best overall empirical study. Award - the winner receives the following: (1) travel expenses to attend the APA/Psi Chi National Convention to receive the award, (2) a three-year subscription to an APA journal of the winner's choice, and (3) two engraved plaques, one for the winner and one for the winner's psychology department as a permanent honor to the winner. In addition, the abstract of the winning paper, as well as a photograph and brief biography of the winner, is published in Eye on Psi Chi. Eligibility - need not be a Psi Chi memember but must have published and/or presented the paper at a national, regional, or state psychology convention during the preceeding year.
- SPSSI Diversity Travel Awards are designed to encourage and facilitate the participation of young scholars from diverse backgrounds to participate in SPSSI’s biennial conventions. Applicants are not required to present research at the conference. Award - Up to 10 stipends, in the amount of $500 each are typically awarded. Eligibility - be a member of an underrepresented group and be a current SPSSI member enrolled in a PhD program.
- SPSSI International Travel Awards facilitate the participation of international students to participate in SPSSI’s biennial conventions. Award - Up to 5 grants, in the amount of $500 each are typically awarded to international scholars for travel to the SPSSI convention. Eligibility - be a dues-current SPSSI member, and be enrolled in a program outside of North America.
- ACLS East European Studies Travel Grants provides support for travel to conferences for presentation of papers related to East European studies, or for conferences related to East European studies. The purpose of these grants is to build the East European (EE) field and to encourage comparative study that includes East European studies. Award - $1,000 for travel within North America; $2,500 for intercontinental travel. Eligibility - topics of papers must be related to Eastern Europe, but applications are welcome from EE specialists proposing to attend conferences whose general theme lies outside Eastern Europe as well as from scholars whose area expertise lies outside EE who propose to attend an EE-focused event.
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