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Diversity Article Awards

Diversity Article Awards


In an ongoing effort to support and increase diversity within Psi Chi and the field of psychology, the Diversity Article Awards recognize, promote, and award well-written, competent, relevant, original, and impactful articles from recently published issues for the Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research and Eye on Psi Chi which display cultural competence and are of interest to Psi Chi readership.


Two awards of $600 each are available annually. One award will be given to an article published in the Journal, the other will be awarded to an article published in the Eye.


Major funding for the Diversity Article Awards was given by Macmillan Learning.


There is no deadline for submissions as the Journal and the Eye are always accepting submissions for publication.

The winning articles will be announced late January or early February. The authors of the winning articles will be featured in the summer issue of the Eye.


All diversity related articles published in the most recently released volumes of the Journal and Eye will be considered for this award. Please click on the buttons below to begin the process of submitting an article to one of our publications.


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Katie Keegan

McDaniel College
2018-19 Recipient

Receiving this Diversity Article Award has proven to me that research in diversity issues is celebrated in the psychology community. This award has given me the confidence to pursue higher education so that I may continue to research diversity issues, specifically those impacting the Muslim community in America.


Kecia M. Thomas, PhD

University of Georgia
2018-19 Recipient

This award is a valued recognition of the importance of having difficult conversations around race and diversity more broadly. Without having these conversations, we are unable to move forward in making sure that every life is valued and has the opportunity to reach their potential and contribute to resolving the grand challenges of our time. This award validates my scholarship and continued research in diversity science and it is greatly appreciated.

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