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Psychology's national honor society, Psi Chi, offers several award and grant programs for graduate student research, many of which are presented each year at APA's Annual Convention. The awards include:

  • The , which are three awards of $3,000 each that honor graduate-level empirical research on a question directly related to Psi Chi's mission. The application deadline is October 1.

  • The SuperLab Research Grant, which honors outstanding graduate student computer-based research. The winner receives a copy of SuperLab software. The application deadline is October 1.

  • The Erlbaum Award in Cognitive Science, which is a $500 prize that honors empirical graduate-level research in cognitive science. The application deadline is May 1, 2005.

  • The Edwin B. Newman Graduate Research Award, which honors outstanding graduate-level research. The award includes travel expenses to the APA Annual Convention and a three-year subscription to an APA journal of the winner's choice. The application deadline is February 1, 2005.

  • The National Convention Research Awards, which are eight prizes of $300 each that honor outstanding graduate and undergraduate research presented at national psychology conventions. The application deadline is December 1.
  • The Regional Research Awards, which are 75 awards of $300 each that honor outstanding graduate and undergraduate research at psychology's regional meetings. Deadlines vary according to region.

For more information on Psi Chi awards, visit www.psichi.org.

-J. CHAMBERLIN