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Mamie Phipps Clark Research Grants
 
PURPOSE

To highlight research projects by Psi Chi student and faculty advisors focusing on diverse populations and issues. 

 

BUDGET

This is dependent upon the number of worthy applications submitted to the Undergraduate Research Grants, Graduate Research Grants and the Faculty Advisor Research Grants that focus on diversity topics.

 

ABOUT - Mamie Phipps Clark 

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

 

DEADLINE

To apply for a Mamie Phipps Clark Diversity Research Grant, please submit to the grant programs below and follow the guidelines of the program that is best for you.

Undergraduate Research Grants - Nov 1, Feb 1, May 1

Graduate Research Grants - Nov 1, March 1 

Faculty Advisor Research Grants - July 1

 

 



AWARDS & GRANTS
UNDERGRADUATE
GRADUATE
CHAPTER
FACULTY

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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