SPP Diverse Scholar Award
Deadline: March 5,2018
Sponsor: Division 54
The Society of Pediatric Psychology is pleased to announce the “SPP Diverse Scholar Award” for underrepresented undergraduate and post baccalaureate students who have an interest in graduate training. It was developed in order to support the goal of a more diverse pediatric psychology workforce.
The award provides $1250 for travel to the 2018 SPP Annual Conference (April 5-7), a year-long membership to SPP (including both journals), and connection with a mentor who can help the student plan to optimize their conference experience and who can discuss the student’s professional goals with them.
At its discretion, SPP may choose to acknowledge additional honorable mention recipients who receive a year-long membership to SPP (including both journals).
Underrepresented undergraduate and post baccalaureate students who have an interest in graduate training
The application is very short and is designed to encourage students with limited previous pediatric psychology experience to apply.
Students should submit in one pdf document: (1) a cover letter, (2) eligibility statement, (3) unofficial student transcript, and (4) CV/resume. For additional information, see this pdf.
Applications are due on Monday, March 5th (2018) by email to Melissa Santos, PhD.
- Misha Haq, University of Cincinnati, studying Psychology and Neuroscience
- Clayton Edwards, Oklahoma State University
- Alejandra Perez-Ramirez, Boston University