This is intended for PhD Candidates whose thesis focuses on American immigration, emigration, or ethnic history. The award provides two grants of $1000 each for expenses to be incurred in researching the dissertation.
The Joel Polsky Academic Achievement Award recognizes an outstanding interior design research project or thesis project conducted by an undergraduate or graduate student. This project or thesis should be related to wellness and design.
This award is intended to provide recognition and monetary support for dissertation research employing exemplary research design and methods. It is restricted to research designs that have been approved by the doctoral candidate’s dissertation committee and that are about to be employed or are in the initial stage of use. Completed research is not eligible […]
The International Reading Association will present a US $1,000 award annually to honor an outstanding doctoral student who focused their research in the reading field or who conducted related research with implications for reading.
The Wilson Ornithological Society presents the Alexander Wilson Prize for the best student paper presented at the meeting and the Lynds Jones Prize for the best student poster. The paper or poster is judged on its contribution to ornithological knowledge, originality of the research, and effectiveness of the presentation. The student must be the first […]
This award is for the best essay dealing with Eighteenth-Century Spain, Portugal or Ibero-America. The prizes to the winner include a $250, a 1-year subscription to Dieciocho, a 2-year membership in IASECS, and a revised version of the essay will be considered for publication in Dieciocho.
This award is given to honor outstanding developmental psychology dissertations. The awardee must have completed his or her dissertation during the current or prior calendar year of the award, which is given at the annual APA convention.
This award is given for outstanding graduate student research while enrolled in a counseling psychology program. The student must be nominated and the piece of research can be submitted up to one year after graduation. The nominee must be the principal author of the research.
Program directors are encouraged to nominate students who have made outstanding contributions to public service through research, teaching, program development, or clinical practice for a $500 award.
This award is for the best dissertation in division 20, the Psychology of Aging. Applicants must have completed the dissertation June 1 – March 15 and must be nominated by their dissertation supervisor.