Diversity Fund Graduate Award
The Society for Personality and Social Psychology has established a fund devoted to increasing diversity within personality and social psychology. As part of this initiative, eligible graduate students are invited to apply for travel awards to attend the SPSP annual conference.
The award includes up to $500 in conference-related expenses, including transportation, lodging, food, and conference registration.
In a typical year, roughly 12 awardees receive funds to attend the annual conference.
The SPSP Diversity and Climate Committee will also host a welcome reception for award recipients during the conference (time and location to be announced). Award winners are required to attend this reception.
To be eligible for this award a nominee must:
Be enrolled in a Ph.D. graduate program with an emphasis in personality/social psychology. Note: Students who have completed one or less years or five or more years are not eligible.
Be a member of SPSP. (If not already a member or you need to renew your membership you may due so when submitting your form or by visiting our website.)
Be a member of an underrepresented group in personality/social psychology. These groups include ethnic and racial minorities; first-generation college students; LGBT students; and students with a physical disability.
Explain how their participation at the conference advance SPSP’s goal of enhancing diversity.
Not have received a Graduate Student Travel Award or a Diversity Fund Graduate Award from the SPSP in the past.
SPSP is an international organization and will accept applications from students outside of the United States.
Please address all inquiries to the Diversity and Climate Committee Chair.
Award winners must accept or decline their award within 48 hours of notification. Award winners are required to submit (via email) a short biographical sketch and a high-resolution photograph of themselves no later than one week after the notification of award. The award letter will contain complete details on how to document conference expenses, and it will include further information on the welcome reception for award recipients.
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