Cuba Research Presentation Opportunity
Psi Chi students and faculty are invited to submit their psychology research for presentation at the IX Encuentro Internacional de Estudiantes de Psicoloía on October 24–28, 2016, at the University of Havana, Cuba. Submissions and presentations may be in Spanish or English. Abstract submissions are due June 20, 2016. If your abstract is accepted, full papers are due September 12, 2016. Psi Chi members may travel to Cuba only as part of Psi Chi's group. Tentative travel dates from and to Florida are October 16 and 31. Visit HERE to learn more.
ColLaboratoire is a free week-long summer school for early stage PhD and master’s students from the sciences, social sciences, humanities, and arts to explore collaborative practices. Organized by CogNovo, the multidisciplinary doctoral training center headquartered in Plymouth, UK, this is an excellent opportunity for early stage researchers to work together within inventive and state-of-the-art interdisciplinary projects from on August 15 to 20, 2016.
The PASEO program provides an opportunity for advanced undergraduate and graduate students to access international practicum placements. Students will provide all services in Spanish and work alongside mental health professionals from Peru as well as other Spanish-speaking countries, thus providing an international scope.
Psi Chi Unrestricted Travel Grants
This grant was created to help Psi Chi members travel to psychology-related conventions. View details and deadlines HERE.
Kay Wilson Presidential Leadership Award
View details HERE for this annual cash award to one outstanding Psi Chi chapter president.
Summer Research Grants
Apply to all summer research grants in one application. Look for deadline in May.
• APS Summer Research Grants
• CUR Summer Research Grants
• Psi Chi Summer Research Grants
• SRCD Summer Research Grants
Psi Chi Research Awards
• APA Convention Society Research Awards
• APS Convention Society Research Awards
APA Grants for International Psychologists and Psychology Students to Attend the APA Annual Convention
Visit HERE to find out how psychologists and psychology students outside the United States and Canada can receive up to $500 to help with costs related to the APA convention (e.g., travel expenses or registration fees).
International Research Award for Graduate Students in Psychology
Division 52, International Psychology, is offering this research award for graduate students in psychology to encourage exploration in international psychology.
Division 52/Psi Chi International Travel Grant
Students outside the United States and Canada who are interested in international psychology are encouraged to apply HERE for a chance to win $1,500 to attend APA 2015 in Toronto, Canada. All submissions are due June 30.
APA'S MOU Travel Grant Program
APA’s MOU travel grant program promotes collaboration and exchange among U.S. based APA members and members of the national psychology associations with which APA has a formal agreement (Memorandum of Understanding). Travel with colleagues to Colombia or Mexico as part of the 2015 Inaugural APA-MOU Partner Collaboration and Exchange program. Submissions are due June 30. For more information, please visit HERE.
APA-IUPsyS Global Health Fellowship
APA and the International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS) invite applications for the APA-IUPsyS Global Health Fellowship. The APA-IUPsyS Global Health Fellow will be assigned (seconded) to the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse at the WHO headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. All submissions are due September 30 at midnight EST. Visit HERE to learn more.
Planning Website Resource for Study Abroad Courses
PsychStudyAbroad.org is a new website developed by Dr. Dorothy Doolittle with support from the APS Fund for Teaching and Public Understanding of Psychological Science. The website will operate as a clearinghouse for sharing ideas and information about planning, executing, and assessing faculty-led study abroad courses in psychological science.