Association for Psychological Science Membership Benefits

APS Annual Convention: The APS portal is open for submissions! The deadline for symposia submissions is Thursday, November 15.  Student affiliates receive discounted convention registration and can also apply for travel assistance.  Call for Submissions is open. https://www.psychologicalscience.org/conventions/annual/call-for-submissions.   

Student Grant Competition. In an effort to encourage student research in psychological science, the APS Student Grant Competition provides small “seed grant” funding to support research in its initial development stages, e.g., the purchase of research materials or other expenses incurred prior to data collection. Up to eight awards ($500 each) will be given to APS student affiliates (graduates and undergrads). https://www.psychologicalscience.org/members/grants-awards-and-symposia/student-grant-competition. The deadline to submit your application is Thursday, November 15.

APS Mentorship Program: The APSSC Mentorship Program is designed to connect undergraduate students with a graduate student who serves as a peer mentor. Peer mentors provide advice and guidance related to graduate school preparation, applications, development of research interests, and more. https://www.psychologicalscience.org/members/apssc/mentorship_program

If you have any questions, contact Duke Campus Representative Fernanda Andrade at fernanda.andrade@duke.edu 

Type
Professional development
Timeframe
Academic year