This webinar provides advice and tips on applying to several student loan repayment programs, including the NIH Loan Repayment Program, Faculty Loan Repayment Program, National Health Services Corps, and State Loan Repayment Programs.
Given the current funding climate, investigators seeking funding to conduct psychosocial research face the challenge of preparing high quality proposals that demonstrate the capacity to conduct innovative research that addresses real world problems. This task may be particularly challenging for scholars of color who face unique challenges in the grant application process. This webinar will provide descriptive information about funding mechanisms and tangible strategies for being competitive in the grant world as a person of color.
Hi Everyone! Just a friendly repost of my dissertation research...I'm looking for psychology grad students who have traveled abroad for more than 30 days (doesn't have to be consecutive days of travel)! Please fill out the survey if you're eligible or forward the link to others...thanks!
Original Post: My name is Sarah Hatcher and I am a fourth year Counseling Psychology Doctoral Candidate at the University of Memphis. I am seeking participants for my dissertation (IRB ID : #PRO-FY2017-247), which explores cultural competence in psychology doctoral students. Clinical or counseling doctoral (PhD & PsyD) psychology students who are US citizens are eligible to participate.
Those who complete a survey also have to option enter a raffle for a $25 Amazon gift card.
Please consider writing something for the FOCUS newsletter. This year the deadline is February 19th, 2018 at 5:00pm EST. This is an excellent opportunity to share things you have been working on, photos of conference travel or conference experiences, and even events your organizations might have planned for this summer and beyond. Moreover, this could be the chance you were looking for to write about the new Division 45 Presidential theme: Promoting Healing Through Social Justice. For more information or questions, please contact Dr. Waters (amanda.waters@UCONN.EDU). ... See MoreSee Less