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APS Convention Society Research Awards

APS Convention Society Research Awards

Purpose

By recognizing and awarding the most outstanding undergraduate and graduate empirical research poster presentations at the annual APS convention, the APS Convention Society Research Awards promotes the first authors' careers in psychology by conferring official recognition from Psi Chi and a cash prize.

Budget

Annually, two graduate students are awarded $500 each, and two undergraduate students are awarded $400 each.

Deadline

Applications are due to the application portal February 1.

The application portal will open approximately 30 days before the deadline.

During the time the application portal is closed, the program details of the previous round may be viewed by clicking the Preview/Apply button below.

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Wai Man Wong

Hunter College, CUNY
2019-20 Winner

Through collaboration with faculty members and graduate students, APS convention provided a platform for students from all level to participate in research process. In addition to the rewarding learning process, the Psi Chi Convention Society Award is a huge encouragement for me as an undergraduate. I am going to save the $500 and spend it on my future research projects.

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Brandon Dull

Fordham University
2019-20 Winner

Brandon is a student in the Applied Developmental Psychology program at Fordham University. He researches civic engagement, race and critical consciousness.

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Roshan Chudhry

Hunter College, CUNY
2019-20 Winner

 

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Caitlin Rancher

Southern Methodist University
2019-20 Winner

My time in graduate school is ending and soon I will begin my clinical internship at the Medical University of South Carolina. Receiving the Psi Chi APS Convention Society Research Award bolsters my confidence that my work has value. It motivates me to continue pursuing a clinical research career.



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