|Unrestricted Travel Grants|
Unrestricted Travel Grants
Update: The 2020-21 Winter and Summer Unrestricted Travel Grants have been canceled.
The travel costs offset by the Unrestricted Travel Grants helps Psi Chi-involved students, recent graduates, and doctorate-holding members with otherwise limited available funding benefit from the experience and opportunities obtained from presenting a paper or poster at a psychology-related convention (excluding EPA, MPA, RMPA, SEPA, SWPA, and WPA).
Each applicant may request up to $1,500 per grant, with $36,000 available annually.
The 2020-21 Winter and Summer Unresticted Travel Grants have ben canceled.
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.
Jessica Boyette-Davis, PhD
St. Edward's University
This award made possible my attendance at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference to present data collected with student members of Psi Chi. Therefore this not only enhances the reputation of my chapter, but it also augments the professional development of many students and myself.
Receiving this grant allows me to present research among the most intelligent and dedicated scholars in my field. I’ll be able to listen to influential psychologists and participate in activities that will significantly enhance my research knowledge and increase my chances of being a successful graduate student and future professor.
University of Central Florida
This travel grant is allowing me to travel to Paris, France to present research at the International Convention of Psychological Science, which is an incredible opportunity to meet and discuss current research with scholars around the world, addressing the global impact of our work. This opportunity allows me to contribute to the global scientific community. I can travel for this incredible opportunity because of Psi Chi's travel grant and am very grateful for this grant.