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American Psychological Association Hurricane Relief Support - Small Grants for Psychology Education and Training

APA has established a $50,000 fund to assist psychology education and training departments/institutions in the replacement of destroyed materials or other needs associated with the hurricane.
Scope and Purpose . APA has established a $50,000 fund to assist psychology education and training departments/institutions in the replacement of destroyed materials or other needs associated with the hurricane. Grants up to $5,000 will be made on a one-time basis. Funding may be used to offset the expenses associated with replacing supplies, books, journals, teaching resources, and other losses or costs associated with the hurricane.
 
Eligibility . Proposals will be accepted from psychology departments or programs of regionally accredited institutions of higher education or APA accredited training programs. Only one proposal may be submitted by an individual program.

Application Procedure . Proposals should be typewritten, and not exceed two single-spaced pages of text. The proposal must briefly explain the need for funding, and provide a detailed budget.

Proposal Review and Decision-Making . Proposals will be reviewed by an ad hoc committee drawn from the APA Boards of Scientific Affairs (BSA) and Educational Affairs (BEA).

Deadline .Proposals must be postmarked no later than October 15, 2005. Review will be completed by early November, and funding decisions will be made by November 15.

Send Proposals to: Deborah McCall, Science Directorate, American Psychological Association, 750 First Street NE, Washington, DC 20002 or as an attachment to email.