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International Student Stipend for the 2022 APA Convention

The APA Trauma Psychology Division (56) has been providing an annual travel stipend to attend the APA Convention for international students who are citizens of developing countries and enrolled in a graduate psychology program in their home country or enrolled in a graduate psychology program in the U.S., and will be presenting a trauma related poster, paper, or a participant in a symposium/panel accepted for the APA convention. Applicants are not required to be student members of APA or Divisions.


This year, the 2022 APA Convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota is hybrid with both in person and virtual participation anticipated.  The award is intended for international students from developing countries (see above) who will be presenting a trauma related poster, paper, or are a participant in a panel/symposium at the 2022 APA Convention. It was recognized by the Division 56 International Committee that support for international students from developing countries, engaged in trauma related research and activities is important to continue, especially given the challenges occurring, as a result of the pandemic.


The stipend consists of $1000 to help support the work of international students from developing countries in their graduate programs and participation in the APA Convention program.


The deadline for submission: June 1, 2022


Please send a copy of your CV, the proposal abstract that was accepted for the APA convention, the notification of APA Division which accepted the proposal, your country of citizenship, and the university/college graduate psychology program in which you are enrolled and anticipated date of graduation to Elizabeth Carll, PhD, Chair, Division 56 International Committee at The selected trauma proposal will be determined by a subcommittee of the Division 56 International Committee.


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