The Anne Anastasi Student Poster Award is funded by the Anne Anastasi Foundation. All
Psychology students are eligible.
http://www.apa.org/a
bout/awards/anastasi
-poster.aspx
APS Summer Research
Grants
The purpose of this program is to provide funds for members to conduct summer research with
an APS sponsor. Psi Chi will award 6 grants of $5,000 (a stipend of $3,500 to the Psi Chi student http://www.apa.org/a
plus $1,500 to the sponsoring APS faculty member at the research institution). All
bout/awards/apsundergraduate Psi Chi members are eligible to apply for these summer research grants
summer.aspx
(research must be conducted while still an undergraduate, not after graduation).
03/01/2010
Undergrad
Psi Chi
CUR (Council on
Undergraduate
Research) Summer
Research Grant
All undergraduate Psi Chi members are eligible to apply for these summer research grants
(research must be conducted while still an undergraduate, not after graduation). The purpose
of this program is to provide funds for members to conduct summer research with a CUR
sponsor. Psi Chi will award 2 grants of $5,000 (a stipend of $3,500 to the Psi Chi student plus
$1,500 to the sponsoring CUR faculty member at the research institution).
Undergrad
Psi Chi
Membership Req?
Anne Anastasi Student
Poster Award
http://www.psichi.org
/Awards/completelist
_awards.aspx
(see site)
(see site)
Both
Both
06/01/2010
(see site)
Award
Research funding
Award
Psi Chi
http://www.apa.org/a
bout/awards/afspgrad.aspx
03/01
Grad/UG
American Foundation
for Suicide Prevention
Encouraging and supporting scientific research on suicide causation, prevention and treatment
is at the heart of the Foundation's mission. Our research grants program seeks to:
Encourage established investigators to undertake innovative approaches and explore new
directions in suicide research; Encourage talented new investigators to enter the field of
suicide research through grants that provide training support and mentoring; Provide seed
money for pilot projects that show promise in opening up new areas of suicide research.
Since 2000, AFSP has given grant support totaling over $8 million to scientists throughout
the country and abroad for studies on neurobiological, genetic, epidemiological, clinical,
psychological and sociological aspects of suicide. In 2007, an additional $2.3 million will be
awarded for new grant projects. AFSP grants are awarded for one or two-year periods.
Undergrad
http://www.apa.org/a
bout/awards/allynbacon.aspx
Grant
Deadline
Allyn & Bacon Awards
Allyn & Bacon publishes books and electronic media in the fields of the social sciences, the
humanities, and educational disciplines. As a cosponsor of this award, this publisher strives to
recognize excellent student work in the field of psychology. The awards are $1,000 for first
place, $650 for second place, and $350 for third place. The abstracts of the winning papers, as
well as photographs and brief biographies of the top three winners, are published in Eye on Psi
Chi.
(see site)
Website
Type
Description
Grant
Title
Membership Req?
(see site)
(see site)
(see site)
(see site)
Psi Chi
Grad/UG
Both
Both
Both
Deadline
05/01/2010
05/01/2010
Type
Both
http://www.apa.org/a
bout/awards/ffpdfmgrad.aspx
Both
Awards will be made for study in research-based Ph.D. or Sc.D. programs that include selected
major disciplines and related interdisciplinary fields. Sponsor: Ford Foundation. This is a threeFord Foundation
year Fellowship award. Sixty Fellowships are granted, with stipends of $17,000. Predoctoral
Predoctoral Fellowships fellowships are intended for students who plan to enroll in a Ph.D. or Sc.D. program including:
for Minorities
undergraduates in their senior year, individuals who have completed undergraduate study,
individuals who have completed some graduate study, individuals already enrolled in a Ph.D.
or Sc.D. program, but who can fully utilize a three-year fellowship award.
02/01 and
06/01
Financial Aid
Scholarship
This scholarship provides unmet financial need to students who, in addition to good academic
standing, need financial assistance in order to complete a particular program of study.
http://www.apa.org/a
Sponsor: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Awards ranging from $750 to $2,000 are available for bout/awards/akaundergraduate and graduate students with good academic standing who have endured great
finaidscholar.aspx
hardship to accomplish their educational goals.
05/15/2010
FBI NCAVC Internship
Grants
All undergraduate and graduate Psi Chi members are eligible to apply for this internship grant.
The purpose of this program is to provide annual grants to aid two Psi Chi members in
http://www.psichi.org
conducting research at the FBI National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crimes (NCAVC). Two /Awards/completelist
grants up to $7,000 will be awarded annually for the 14-week unpaid position. February 1 is the _awards.aspx
deadline for fall internships and June 1 is the deadline for spring internships.
(see site)
(see above under Division 20/RFF Students and Postdoctoral Awards: Completed Research) This http://www.apa.org/a
award recognizes research of students at the undergraduate, graduate, and post doctoral level bout/awards/div-20and assists with funds associated with such research.
rrfprop.aspx
Award
Division 20/RFF
Students and
Postdoctoral Awards:
Proposed Research
Award
Division 20/RFF
Students and
Postdoctoral Awards:
Completed Research
This award recognizes the completed research of students at the undergraduate, graduate, and
post doctoral levels. The Division of Adult Development and Aging (Division 20) of the
American Psychological Association is sponsoring a series of awards for student and postdoctoral research. Funding is provided by the Retirement Research Foundation. This foundation
http://www.apa.org/a
was established by John D. McArthur in 1978 to support programs, research, and public policy
bout/awards/div-20studies to improve the quality of life of older Americans. A cash award is planned at each of
rrfcomp.aspx
the following levels: undergraduate, graduate masters, doctoral, and postdoctoral Eligibility:
The award competition is open to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as individuals
in postdoctoral positions. Research on any topic related to psychological issues in adult
development and aging is eligible for these awards.
Grant
Website
Scholarship
Description
Fellowship
Title
Membership Req?
(see site)
Psi Chi
Both
10/01
Grant
Psi Chi
(see site)
Both
Grad/UG
Undergrad
Merit Scholarship
The goal of this scholarship is to promote lifelong learning by securing charitable contributions,
gifts and endowed funds to award scholarship, fellowships and grants. Awards ranging from
$1,000 to $2,000 are available for undergraduate and graduate students who excel
academically. Sponsor: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
http://www.apa.org/a
To be eligible for this one-year one-time only scholarship, the applicant must: Be a full-time and
bout/awards/akacurrently enrolled undergraduate student with sophomore standing at an accredited campusmerit.aspx
based degree-granting institution; be a full-time and currently enrolled graduate student at an
accredited campus-based degree-granting institution; continuing a program of study in this or
another degree-granting institution; demonstrate exceptional academic achievement with a
minimum GPA of 3.0 ("B" average); have demonstrated community service and involvement.
Undergrad
(see site)
Deadline
James F. Byrnes
Foundation
In 1949 the scholarship award was $500 per year. Now the amount is $3,250 and is renewable
annually for as many as four years if the student is making satisfactory progress towards a
degree. To date, over $3,500,000 has been spent on scholarships and student activities. Despite
these impressive figures, Byrnes Scholarships are not simply cash awards. Other benefits
include a summer luncheon, fall dinners, and a weekend retreat at Garden City Beach, SC, in
http://www.apa.org/a
the spring.
bout/awards/jfbyrnes
All applicants must have lost one or both parents by death. They must also have financial
-ugrad.aspx
need and a satisfactory scholastic record. It is important that excellence in character, ability
and enterprise be showing to indicate that the individual will make worthwhile contributions to
society. Applicants must plan to pursue a bachelor's degree as scholarships cannot be used at
technical schools or for associate degrees.
http://www.psichi.org
/Awards/completelist
_awards.aspx
05/01
Hunt Research Grants
All Psi Chi student and faculty members are eligible to apply for a Thelma Hunt Research Grant.
Up to three grants of up to $3,000 each are presented annually to enable members to
complete empirical research that addresses a question directly related to Psi Chi. Unlike other
national Psi Chi award/grant programs, the Hunt Grants focus on research directly related to
the mission of Psi Chi.
Award
Guilford Awards
All Psi Chi undergraduate members are eligible to submit their research for the Psi Chi/J. P.
Guilford Undergraduate Research Awards. Cash awards are $1,000 for first place, $650 for
http://www.psichi.org
second place, and $350 for third place. In addition, all winners and their faculty research
/Awards/completelist
advisors receive award certificates. The abstracts of the winning papers, as well as photographs _awards.aspx
and brief biographies of the top three winners, are published in Eye on Psi Chi.
(see site)
Type
Website
Scholarship
Description
Scholarship
Title
Membership Req?
http://www.psichi.org
/Awards/completelist
_awards.aspx
03/01
Undergrad
Psi Chi
SuperLab Research
Grants
All undergraduate and graduate Psi Chi members are eligible to apply for these research grants.
http://www.psichi.org
The purpose of this program is to provide annual grants to aid one undergraduate and one
/Awards/completelist
graduate student in conducting computer-based research. Grant winners receive a copy of
_awards.aspx
SuperLab experimental lab software and a response pad from Cedrus.
Both
Psi Chi
Psi Chi
Psi Chi
Both
Undergrad
12/01
03/01
Award
Grant
Psi Chi
Summer Research
Grants
All undergraduate Psi Chi members are eligible to apply for these summer research grants
(research must be conducted while still an undergraduate, not after graduation). The purpose
of this program is to provide funds for members to conduct summer research at nationally
recognized research institutions. Psi Chi will award 14 grants of $5,000 (a stipend of $3,500 to
the Psi Chi student plus $1,500 to the sponsoring faculty member at the research institution).
10/01
(see site)
Grad/UG
http://www.psichi.org
/Awards/completelist
_awards.aspx
Both
All undergraduate Psi Chi members are eligible to apply for these summer research grants
SRCD (Society for
(research must be conducted while still an undergraduate, not after graduation). The purpose
Research on Child
of this program is to provide funds for members to conduct summer research with a SRCD
Development) Summer
sponsor. Psi Chi will award 2 grants of $5,000 (a stipend of $3,500 to the Psi Chi student plus
Research Grants
$1,500 to the sponsoring SRDC faculty member at the research institution).
Grant
Undergrad
Deadline
http://www.psichi.org
/Awards/completelist
_awards.aspx
(see site)
Society Convention
Research Awards
All Psi Chi members (undergraduate and graduate) are eligible to submit their research for the
Society Convention Research Awards. Cash awards of $300 for undergraduates and $500 for
graduates are presented to students submitting the best research for Psi Chi sessions at the
APA and APS national conventions. Up to 16 awards are given: 8 for the APA Convention and 8
for the APS Convention. Award monies are distributed at the conventions following the
presentations.
Award
Regional Research
Awards
All Psi Chi members (undergraduate and graduate) are eligible to submit their research for the
Regional Research Awards. Cash awards of $300 each are presented to students submitting the
best research papers to Psi Chi sessions at regional conventions. The number of awards in each http://www.psichi.org
region varies based on the size of the region; a total of 78 awards of $300 each are available
/Awards/completelist
each academic year. Award monies are distributed at the conventions following the
_awards.aspx
presentations. Deadlines for submissions vary according to region and sometimes from year to
year; check your fall regional mailing or the Psi Chi website for details.
Grant
The Pilot International Foundation Scholarship Program provides assistance to undergraduate
students preparing for careers working directly with people with disabilities or training those
http://www.apa.org/a
Pilot International
who will. Applicants must be full-time students majoring in a field related to human health and bout/awards/pifiFoundation Scholarship
welfare and must have spent at least one full academic semester in an accredited college in the grad.aspx
United States or Canada before applying for a scholarship.
(see site)
Website
Type
Description
Scholarship
Title
Psi Chi
The foundation offers scholarships to individuals of Korean ancestry for higher education at
accredited institutions and to graduate students of any national origin to study the neural
basis of language.
http://www.apa.org/a
bout/awards/woding
wall-grad.aspx
(see site)
Membership Req?
Undergrad
William Orr Dingwall
Foundation, Inc.
Psi Chi
http://www.psichi.org
/Awards/completelist
_awards.aspx
Both
Grad/UG
10/01
Undergraduate
Research Grants
All undergraduate Psi Chi members are eligible to apply for these undergraduate research
grants. The purpose of this program is to provide funds for members to defray the cost of
conducting a research project. Applicants may request up to $1,500 for each project. A total of
$35,000 has been allotted for this student grant program; $17,500 for the November deadline
and $17,500 for the February deadline
Undergrad
http://www.psichi.org
/Awards/completelist
_awards.aspx
11/01 and
02/01
Deadline
The purpose of this program is to 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. The maximum grant for each conference is $1,000.
(see site)
Type
Undergraduate
Psychology Research
Conference Grants
Grant
Website
Grant
Description
Scholarship
Title
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