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APAGS/Psi Chi Junior Scientist Fellowship Grants
What is it?

Four $1,000 fellowships for graduate students entering their first year, or the first semester of their second year, of a research-oriented program.

How does it work?

  • Students apply through the APA site
  • Funds can be used for direct costs of doing research, such as paying participants, purchasing essential equipment, or acquiring books.
  • After the completion of the research, submit a report to the Awards and Grants Department.

Who should apply?

  • Graduate students who are members of both Psi Chi and the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS).
  • Students who are interested in applying for a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship in the future; part of the intent of the APAGS/Psi Chi Fellowship is to prepare applicants to better compete for the NSF Graduate Fellowship.

What is APAGS?

The American Psychological Association of Graduate Students is a part of the APA. The group aspires to "achieve the highest quality graduate training experience for the next generation of … leaders in psychology.”



AWARDS & GRANTS
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GRADUATE
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FACULTY

Nicole Jardine
University of Iowa
2012–13 winner

"Writing can be very difficult, but it becomes much easier when you know what you want to say. To hone this, grab a friend and, in 2 to 3 minutes, verbalize your proposal’s theoretical background, hypotheses, methods, and—critically—how you will interpret possible findings from your work in the larger context of these theoretical issues. (Bonus: then you get feedback before you’ve even started writing!) Then start your draft or outline. You may be surprised at how much more easily your ideas flow.”


 

 

 

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