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APAGS/Psi Chi Junior Scientist Fellowship
 
PURPOSE
This fellowship intends to provide funding for rising first-year or second-year graduate level projects and to provide constructive feedback to select applicants in order to increase their chances of achieving success on future National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship applications. Learn more.

BUDGET
Twelve fellowships of $1,000 each are available annually. Funds may be used for direct research costs, but do not need to be limited to the research discussed in the research essay.

ELIGIBILITY
 At the time of submission, applicants must be:
  • A Psi Chi member
  • An APAGS member (join here)
  • A rising first-year graduate student or a rising second-year graduate student

Previous recipients of a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship are not eligible given the intent of this award.

DEADLINE

Completed applications must be submitted to the appropriate APA submission portal by June 29.

For more details about the application process, please use the button below.

 



 

AWARDS & GRANTS
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Nicole Jardine
University of Iowa
2012–13 winner

"Writing can be very difficult, but it becomes much easier when you know what you want to say. To hone this, grab a friend and, in 2 to 3 minutes, verbalize your proposal’s theoretical background, hypotheses, methods, and—critically—how you will interpret possible findings from your work in the larger context of these theoretical issues. (Bonus: then you get feedback before you’ve even started writing!) Then start your draft or outline. You may be surprised at how much more easily your ideas flow.”


 

 

 

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