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Graduate Assistantship Grants

What is it?

  • Four teaching grants of $3,000
  • Four research assistantships of $3,000

How does it work?

  • Recipients gain practical teaching or research experience.
  • At the close of the semester of the assistantship, each recipient submits a report detailing the experience to the Awards and Grants Department.

Who should apply?

Preference will be given to members who

  • joined Psi Chi as undergraduates,
  • have served as chapter officers, and
  • do not already have assistantships (although those who do are still encouraged to apply).



AWARDS & GRANTS
UNDERGRADUATE
GRADUATE
CHAPTER
FACULTY

Joel Suss
Michigan Technological  University
2012–13 winner

"Getting the grant allowed me to focus on completing my dissertation, without having to worry about how I was going to pay my rent/bills, etc. this was especially important because I had to travel away from my university to collect my data. Therefore, during the time I was collecting my data, I was unable to take a job.”

 

 

 

 

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