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Mamie Phipps Clark Research Grants
What is it?
  • Grants of up to $1,500 given annually to defray the costs of conducting a research project focused on ethnic minorities.
  • Total funding available is $10,000 per year.
  • Undergraduate and graduate students, and faculty Psi Chi members are eligible.
  • Applications will be scored according to the level of education of the applicant.

How does it work?

  1. Write an abstract describing the project you have or would like to complete.
  2. Complete the application online.
  3. The Diversity Committee reviews applications.You will be notified of your status within 60–90 days.
  4. At the completion of your project turn in a photo and impact statement to Psi Chi.

Who should apply?

  • Undergraduate students
  • Graduate students
  • Post Doc or Faculty

Who is Mamie Phipps Clark?

Mamie Phipps Clark was the first African American woman to earn a PhD in psychology from Columbia University. She graduated in 1943.



AWARDS & GRANTS
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Rokas  Perskaudas
Catholic University of America
2014–15 winner

"Receiving the Mamie Phipps Clark research grant through Psi Chi is allowing me to pursue a line of inquiry that is not only personally exciting, but likewise important to the topic area that I see defining my career in psychology... Having the funds to design, run, and analyze an original study from the initial stages is a priceless learning opportunity for which I am profoundly grateful!"

 

 

 

 

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