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Congratulations to the 2013 APA Student Travel Award winners

More than 100 students receive awards to help with travel to the 2013 APA convention in Honolulu.

The Science Directorate of APA sponsors an annual competition for graduate student travel awards, with the purpose of helping psychology graduate students travel to the annual APA convention to present their research. This year, more than 100 students will receive $300 each to support their travel to the 2013 APA convention in Honolului. Congratulations to all of our Student Travel Award winners.

  • Catherine Abrahamson, University of Houston

  • Anne Banducci, University of Maryland

  • Sarah Bankoff, Suffolk University

  • Deborah Barany, University of California, Santa Barbara

  • Cady Block, University of Alabama at Birmingham

  • Jonathan Burlison, University of Memphis

  • Hillary Bush, University of Massachusetts, Boston

  • Sarah Byce, Lakehead University

  • Jacqueline Caemmerer, University of Texas at Austin

  • Casey Calhoun, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Kellye Carver, University of North Texas

  • Catherine Caska, University of Utah

  • Sasha Cervantes, University of Chicago

  • Xinxuan Che, University of South Florida

  • Chi-Ching Chuang, University of Missouri, Columbia

  • Brettjet Cody, University of Texas at Austin

  • Alexander Colbow, University of Iowa

  • Bridgid Conn, Suffolk University

  • Michael Crites, Texas Tech University

  • Rick Cruz, University of Washington*

  • Irene Daboin, Georgia State University

  • Chia-Liang Dai, University of Cincinnati

  • Marie-Eve Daspe, Laval University

  • Christopher DeCou, Idaho State University

  • Anthony Derriso, University of Alabama

  • Yangxue Dong, University of Alabama

  • Christopher Drapeau, Ball State University

  • Katherine Duggan, University of California, Riverside

  • Maggie Evans, University of Vermont

  • Deinera Exner-Cortens, Cornell University

  • Gina Fernandez, George Mason University

  • Logan Fiorella, University of California, Santa Barbara*

  • Benjamin Fisher, Vanderbilt University

  • Jason Fuchs, University of Vermont

  • Ashly Gaskin, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Dylan Gee, University of California, Los Angeles*

  • Marie Gillespie, University of Southern California

  • Danielle Giroux, University of Alaska, Anchorage

  • David Gonzalez, University of North Texas

  • Charity Griffin, University of South Carolina

  • Rafael Hernandez, University of California, Santa Barbara

  • Kathleen Holmes, St. John’s University

  • Shannon Holmes, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

  • Elan Hope, University of Michigan

  • Adam Horowitz, University of Michigan

  • Kayi Hui, University of Maryland

  • Ashley Hutchison, Ball State University

  • Austin Johnson, University of Connecticut

  • Janie Jun, University of Washington

  • Zornitsa Kalibatseva, Michigan State University

  • Omari Keeles, University of Michigan

  • Matthew Kendra, George Mason University

  • David Kille, University of Waterloo

  • Jin Kim, University of California, Davis

  • Amy Kranzler, Rutgers University

  • Ashlie Llorens, University of Houston

  • Corina Lopez, University of Miami

  • Alexa Lopez, University of Vermont

  • Priscilla Lui, Purdue University

  • Robert MacLean, Pennsylvania State University

  • Rachel Manes, Graduate Center, City University of New York*

  • Ellen McGinnis, University of Michigan

  • Ethan Mereish, Boston College

  • David Miller, Northwestern University

  • Sarah Mills, San Diego State University/University of California, San Diego

  • Kevin Montes, University of North Dakota

  • Erica Nason, University of New Mexico

  • Erin Olufs, University of North Dakota

  • Konstantinos Papazoglou, University of Toronto

  • Mike Parent, University of Florida

  • Evgeniya Pavlova, University of South Florida*

  • Elizabeth Penela, University of Miami

  • Maria Quinones, Ponce School of Medicine and Health Sciences

  • Elizabeth Raposa, University of California, Los Angeles

  • Gabriela Rodriguez, Florida International University

  • Jolina Ruckert, University of Washington

  • Veronica Sanchez, University of California, Riverside

  • Charles Schaeffer, New York University

  • Jennifer Schultz, Tufts University

  • Daisy Segovia, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

  • Yerin Shim, Colorado State University

  • Carly Smith, University of Oregon

  • Rebecca Stinson, University of Iowa

  • Valerie Streets, Old Dominion University

  • Sara Stromeyer, University of Alabama

  • Caroline Stroud, Sam Houston State University

  • Stephanie Takamatsu, University of Missouri, Columbia

  • Rika Tanaka, Arizona State University

  • Christa Taylor, State University of New York, Albany

  • Nathanael Taylor, Texas Tech University

  • Leigh Tipton, University of California, Riverside

  • Pei-Chun Tsai, Iowa State University

  • Sophie Ty, University of British Columbia

  • Jennifer Wacan, California State University, San Bernardino

  • Cen Wang, Ball State University

  • Peter Warren, University of South Carolina

  • Naomi Watanabe, George Mason University

  • Noreen Watson, Texas Tech University*

  • Hannah Weisman, University of California, Santa Barbara

  • Angela Wendorf, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

  • Rachel Wiley, Arizona State University

  • Kuan Xing, University of Illinois at Chicago

  • Minji Yang, University of Maryland

  • Darya Zabelina, Northwestern University*

* These seven students’ awards were supported by the Ungerleider/Zimbardo Travel Scholarships of the American Psychological Foundation.