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Graduate Research Grants
What is it?
  • $24,500 in funding to defray the costs of graduate research projects.
  • Each applicant can request up to $1,500.

How does it work?

  1. Write an abstract and budget for your research project.
  2. Obtain IRB approval from your home institution, if necessary.
  3. Have at least one faculty member serve as a coinvestigator and oversee the project.
  4. Apply for the grant.
  5. Complete the project.
  6. Share your experience.

Who should apply?

Proposals with multiple authors are accepted, but the first author listed below should be 

  • the primary author and project director,
  • a graduate or doctoral student,
  • a member of Psi Chi and,
  • have a faculty member willing to oversee the project 

Applicants who have already received a Graduate Research Grant in 2014-15 are ineligible.

 



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Mary Beth Miller
Oklahoma State University
2012–13 winner

"Not only this grant—but Psi Chi as well—has supported me in my education, research, and future career. It gave me the opportunity to conduct research without accruing additional student loans and inspired my entire research lab to commit and invest in a project that otherwise may have been placed on hold.”

 

 

 

 

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