|Mamie Phipps Clark Research Grants|
Mamie Phipps Clark Research Grants
To highlight research projects by Psi Chi student and faculty advisors focusing on diverse populations and issues.
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 one of the first African American women to earn a PhD in psychology. She graduated in 1943 from Columbia University. Conducting research alongside her husband, she is known for her work focusing on the consciousness of self in black preschool children.
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
University of South FloridaEmily is a fifth year doctoral student at the University of South Florida. Under the tutelage of Drs. Kevin Thompson and Diana Rancourt, her research interests have become focused on the intersection of disordered eating and alcohol use.
Ohio UniversitySamantha Margherio (Kempker) is a Child Clinical Psychology doctoral student at Ohio University. She is interested in the evaluation and implementation of community- and school-based interventions for youth with externalizing problems.