APAGS has the following funding opportunities available for members. Apply today! The deadline for these grants is May 6th, 2015 at 11:59PM (ET). Don’t miss out!
- The Nancy B. Forest and L. Michael Honaker Master’s Grant for
Research in Psychology – This grant, named in honor of Nancy B. Forest and L. Michael Honaker, funds thesis research in psychology at the Masters level.
- The Scott Mesh Honorary Grant for Research in Psychology – This award honors Scott Mesh, one of the founding co-chairs of APAGS. The recipient of this award will receive $1,000 to support dissertation research in psychology.
- The David Pilon Scholarship for Training in Professional Psychology – This award honors David Pilon, a founding co-chair of APAGS in 1988. The recipient will receive $1,000 to promote supplemental training and education experiences in professional practice. The scholarship can be used for a specific training program or opportunity not otherwise available to the student.
- Ellin Bloch and Pierre Ritchie Diversity Dissertation Grant – This award provides funding to support research on issues of diversity such as varied ethnic backgrounds, women’s issues, ageism, sexual orientation, disability, etc.
- APAGS Committee on Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity (CSOGD) Grant Program – This award provides $1,000 to support a project that promotes training and educational experiences in LGBT practice. Examples include, but are not limited to: workshops, conferences, speaker series, mentorship programs, and the development of student organizations with a focus on LGBT concerns.
- APAGS-LGBT Dissertation Grant – This award provides funding for a proposed research in the area of unique concerns facing LGBT individuals. Funds will not be awarded for a completed, or nearly completed dissertation.
- APAGS Outstanding APA Division Award – This award recognizes an APA Division for superior performance in promoting graduate student development, involvement, and joint APAGS/APA Division membership.
- APAGS Carol Williams-Nickelson Award for Women’s Leadership and Scholarship in Women’s Issues – This award is designed to acknowledge women APAGS members who have demonstrated exceptional leadership in psychology by serving in one or more leadership roles locally, regionally and/or nationally while also advancing women’s issues through their writing/publications, research, advocacy or other scholarly activities.
Visit the APAGS Scholarships and Grants page for more information on eligibility and how to apply. Good luck!