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Lizette Peterson-Homer Injury Prevention Grant Award
$5,000 for research on the prevention of injuries in children and adolescents through accidents, violence, abuse or suicide.
Deadline: October 1, 2014
Sponsors: American Psychological Foundation/American Psychological Association Division 54: Society of Pediatric Psychology
The Lizette Peterson Homer Memorial Injury Research Grant supports research into psychological and behavioral aspects of the prevention of injuries in children and adolescents as reflected in the activities and interests within pediatric psychology of the late Lizette Peterson-Homer and her commitment to improving the status of children in the face of the most significant threats to their health and development. This grant is open to students and faculty to support research related to the prevention of injuries in children and adolescents. Funding is available up to $5,000 and is sponsored jointly by the American Psychological Foundation and APA Div. 54.
Research should focus on prevention of physical injury in children and adolescents. More information about the criteria on which applications will be judged is available from Division 54. Funds are not provided for convention and meeting travel.
Student and/or faculty at an accredited university.
Demonstrated research competence and area commitment.
IRB approval must be received from host institution before funding can be awarded if human participants are involved.
Elizabeth Munsterberg Koppitz Child Psychology Graduate Student Fellowship
$25,000 fellowships for graduate students in child psychology.
Deadline: November 15, 2014
Sponsor: American Psychological Foundation
The Elizabeth Munsterberg Koppitz Fellowship program supports graduate research projects and scholarships in child psychology.
Nurture excellent young scholars for careers in areas of psychology, such as child-clinical, pediatric, school, educational and developmental psychopathology.
Support scholarly work contributing to the advancement of knowledge in these areas.
Up to four research awards of up to $25,000 each; up to two $5,000 scholarships for runners-up.
Support for one year only.
Only one application accepted from any one institution in any given year.
Tuition waiver/coverage from home institution.
Completed doctoral candidacy (documentation required).
Paul E. Henkin School Psychology Travel Grant
This grant provides support of up to $1,000 to defer the costs of registration, lodging and travel for student members of APA Division 16 to attend the APA Annual Convention. Student Affiliates in School Psychology (SASP) is a student-led organization for doctoral and specialist students pursuing a career in school psychology. Individual student members as well as university chapters have access to the many benefits of SASP.
Deadline: April 15, 2014
Grant monies may not be used for food, drink or any materials that are not included in the registration fee.
Student membership in APA Division 16.
Demonstrated commitment to pursuit of a school psychology career.
Those receiving any APA travel reimbursement for convention attendance are ineligible.
Completed application form.
500-word essay with reference to program goals and criteria.
Letter of recommendation.
How to Apply
Please submit application materials online.
John and Polly Sparks Early Career Grant for Psychologists Investigating Serious Emotional Disturbance
$10,000 for research in the area of early intervention and treatment for serious emotional disturbance in children.
Deadline: May 15, 2014
The John and Polly Sparks Early Career Grant supports early career psychologists conducting research in the area of early intervention and treatment for serious emotional disturbance in children.
The John and Polly Sparks Foundation partnered with APF to empower early career psychologists to produce scientifically-based research and programs that could provide models for broad-based applications across the country.
Be a psychologist with an EdD, PsyD or PhD from an accredited university.
Be no more than seven years postdoctoral.