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Congratulations to the 2014 APA Student Travel Award winners

More than 100 students receive awards to help with travel to the 2014 APA convention in Washington, D.C.

The Science Directorate of the American Psychological Association (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 2014 APA convention in Washington, D.C. Congratulations to all of our Student Travel Award winners.

Alex Ajayi, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Marcus Alt, University of Iowa

Donggun An, University of Georgia

Nadav Antebi, Columbia University

Bridget Armstrong, University of Florida

Daniel Auld, Fordham University

Jennifer Barenz, Colorado State University

Adriene Beltz, Pennsylvania State University*

Hannah Bergman, Case Western Reserve University

Arjun Bhalla, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

Cady Block, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Samanta Boddapati, Michigan State University

Leah Bogusch, University of Indianapolis

Danya Braunstein, Fielding Graduate University

Kellye Carver, University of North Texas

Richard Chambers, Louisiana Tech University

Jason Chen, University of South Florida

Shiqin Chong, Arizona State University

Caitlin Clevenger, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Natania Crane, University of Illinois at Chicago*

Corbin Cunningham, Johns Hopkins University

Lauren Cunningham, Ball State University

Ewa Czyz, University of Michigan*

Carey DeMichelis, University of Toronto

Anthony Derriso, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Craig DiGiovanni, Boston College

Kristiana Dixon, University of New Hampshire

David Eddie, Rutgers University

Monica El Gamal, Wilfred Laurier University

Kristen Eliason, Biola University

Zachary Elison, Purdue University

Basia Ellis, University of Calgary

Brett Enneking, University of Indianapolis

Perry Factor, University of Louisville

Brian Feinstein, Stony Brook University

Danielle Findley-Van Nostrand, University of South Florida

Ruth Firmin, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis

Aasha Foster, Columbia University

Allison Gaffey, University of Notre Dame

Meghann Galloway, Drexel University

Dylan Gee, University of California, Los Angeles*

Lindsay Gerber, Yeshiva University

Joseph Gonzales, University of California, Davis

Joshua Grubbs, Case Western Reserve University

Brittany Gundel, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Austin Hahn, University of South Dakota

Elizabeth Hemphill, Northeastern University

Lavina Ho, Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg

Ryan Holliday, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Shannon Holmes, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Kayi Hui, University of Maryland

Karim Ibrahim, University of Hartford

Paul Ingram, University of Kansas

Brent Kaplan, University of Kansas

Victoria Kennel, University of Nebraska at Omaha

Hyo Ju Kim, University of Michigan

Shin-ye Kim, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Andrew Kiselica, University of South Florida

Dennis Kivlighan, University of Wisconsin, Madison 

Clara Ko, Nova Southeastern University

Jonathan Kodet, University of Kentucky

Patty Kuo, University of Michigan

Scott LaPoint, Regent University

Michael Lasher, East Tennessee State University

Vanessa Laurent, Western Michigan University

Gary Lefevor, University of Miami

Hannah Lindsey, New York University

Ariane Ling, New York University

Tao Liu, Indiana University, Bloomington

Emily MacDougall, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa

Neeru Madan, Long Island University

Tyler Mason, Old Dominion University

Mark McCurdy, Drexel University

Patrick Michaels, Illinois Institute of Technology

Sean Mitchell, Texas Tech University

Megan Murphy, Drexel University

Elizabeth Necka, University of Chicago

Kerri Nowell, University of Houston

Erin O’Connor, Boston University

Konstantinos Papazoglou, University of Toronto

Sarah Piontkowski, University of Maryland, College Park

Caroline Pittard, University of Louisville

Lillian Polanco, CUNY Graduate Center

Julia Poritz, Texas A&M University

Maggi Price, Boston College

Kaylin Ratner, University of Central Florida

Clarissa Richardson, University of Florida

Elissa Rodkey, York University

Kinton Rossman, University of Louisville

Ethan Sahker, University of Iowa

Ben Sawyer, University of Central Florida*

Shelby Scott, University of Denver

Patrick Sears, Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Jeffrey Shahidullah, Michigan State University

Ge Song, Lehigh University

Lynda Sosa-Lowry, State University of New York, Buffalo

Katherine Stavropoulos, University of California, San Diego*

Christa Taylor, State University of New York, Albany*

Elliot Tebbe, University of Florida

Carlie Trott, Colorado State University

Ashley Turbeville, New York University

Elizabeth Walsh, University of Texas at Austin

Lisa Watson, Georgia Southern University

Jiang Xu, University of South Carolina

Miryam Yusufov, University of Rhode Island

Darya Zabelina, Northwestern University*


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