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?
- Outline a
research project regarding an ethnic minority group.
- The Diversity Committee reviews your application.
- You will be
notified of your status within 60–90 days.
- At the completion
of your project, submit a report to the Awards and Grants Department.
Who should apply?
- Graduate students
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.