Up to $50,000 for work related to the psychological understanding of gifted children and youth. The Esther Katz Rosen Fund derives from a bequest to support “…activities related to the advancement and application of knowledge about gifted children.” Support will be provided for activities on the advancement and application of knowledge related to identified gifted and talented children and adolescents such as:
Up to $25,000 to improve the quality of education in psychological science and its application in secondary schools for high ability students. The Esther Katz Rosen Pre-college Psychology Grant Program provides financial support for efforts aimed at improving the quality of education in psychological science and its application in the secondary schools for high ability students. Proposals must focus on supplying education for gifted and talented high school students. Proposals will be evaluated on:
Search for Executive DirectorSociety for Research in Child Development (SRCD)Washington, DC
COSSA is excited to announce new student opportunities as part of the COSSA Science Policy Conference and Social Science Advocacy Day on March 29-30, 20
The Boyd McCandless Award recognizes a young scientist who has made a distinguished theoretical contribution to developmental psychology, has conducted programmatic research of distinction, or has made a distinguished contribution to the dissemination of developmental science. The award is for continued efforts rather than a single outstanding work. Scientists who are within seven years of completion of the doctoral degrees are eligible. For the 2018 award (judged in 2017), nominees should have received their degrees in 2010 or later.
Deadline for Submission: 1 March 2017
Request for Proposals for the American Psychological Foundation’s (APF) 2016 Trauma Psychology Grant
The American Psychological Foundation’s (APF) 2016 Trauma Psychology Grant seeks to support innovative work to alleviate trauma. Eligibility Requirements Applicants must:
The APF Division 37 Diane J. Willis Early Career Award supports talented young psychologists making contributions towards informing, advocating for, and improving the mental health and well-being of children and families particularly through policy. The APF Division 37 Diane J. Willis Early Career Award: Advances public understanding of mental health and improve the well-being of children and families through policy and service. Encourages promising early career psychologists to continue work in this area. Applicants must be:
AERA announces the Winter 2017 AERA Grants Program competition. The program is currently accepting proposals for both Dissertation and Research Grants until Wednesday, January 25, 2017. The AERA Grants Program, with support from the National Science Foundation, provides small grants for conducting studies of education policy and practice using federally-funded, large-scale data sets.
Deadline for submission: February 15, 2017