This fellowship supports doctoral training in mental health and substance abuse services. It aims to promote culturally competent mental health and substance abuse services for ethnic minority populations and to increase the number of ethnic minority psychologists delivering these services.
by American Psychological Association
American Psychological Association
This fellowship supports dissertation research on a topic related to career development. Only doctoral students enrolled in a counseling psychology program are eligible. The anticipated completion dated for the dissertation should not fall before the award date of August of the fellowship year.
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 grant supports graduate student research in the area of pediatric psychology. The winner receives a $5,000 grant with one runner-up receiving $1,000. Relevance to pediatric psychology must be specifically addressed.
Division 41 Grants-in-Aid Committee is accepting proposals for small stipends (up to $750) to support psycholegal research conducted by graduate student affiliates of the American Psychology-Law Society.
Division 38 sponsors five $1,500 graduate research awards to perform research in various content areas of health psychology. All full-time graduates may apply, though the award is commonly used for dissertation research.
Division 20 sponsors several travel awards for undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral researchers to attend the APA convention. Applicants must be first author on an APA proposal submission.
$1,000 scholarship for a specific training program or opportunity not otherwise available so that an identifiable increase in knowledge in professional practice of psychology. Candidates must be doctoral student members of APAGS, enrolled at least half-time.
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.
The graduate student intern will spend one year working on public interest policy issues on the staff of APA’s Public Interest Government Relations Office and work 15 hours per week from September until August. APAGS student members must be in their 2nd year to apply.