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Attention SIOP Students: Do You Know YOUR Opportunities?

4/24/2019-

by SIOP Administrative Office

Apply for SIOP Awards Before It’s Too Late

Hey, Student Affiliates! If you’re not applying for the funding opportunities offered by the SIOP Foundation, you’re missing out!

Nominations and applications for the 2020 SIOP and SIOP Foundation awards, scholarships, and research grants are now being accepted until June 30, 2019.

Don’t miss this opportunity to submit your research project for an award or grant, apply for scholarship funding to help with the expense of carrying out your dissertation research, or nominate a deserving colleague.

Applying for the scholarships and fellowship requires putting together quite a bit of materials, so you should start ASAP. And except for the Thornton Scholarship, the package requires a letter of nomination from your program or department chair—and each program can only nominate one student. Unsure if you’re eligible? Click here.

Read a complete list of scholarships and grants available for Student Affiliates below.

Scholarships

The Graduate Student Scholarships have helped many SIOP students pursue their research and interests and are an important asset to both the SIOP Foundation and the student community. These scholarships provide students the financial support they need to complete dissertations, continue research, and contribute to the I-O community.

The following scholarships for doctoral students have funding amounts that total $25,500. Criteria can be found here.

  • Joyce and Thayer Fellowship
  • Graduate Student Scholarships to support doctoral candidates
  • Goldstein Scholarship by the Macey Fund

Research Grants

Each year, the SIOP Foundation presents deserving industrial-organizational psychologists with grants to help them in their educational and professional pursuits. These grants provide individuals the financial support they need to conduct research and contribute to the I-O community.

The following research grants totaling $51,500 are available for masters and doctoral students. Criteria details can be found here.

  • Douglas W. Bray and Ann Howard Research Grant
  • SIOP Small Grant Program
  • James L. Outtz Grant for Student Research on Diversity
  • Hebl Grant for Reducing Gender Inequalities in the Workplace
  • Graen Grant for Student Research on the Development of New Professional Knowledge Workers
  • Zedeck-Jacobs Adverse Impact Reduction Research Grant

Find additional award criteria and information here. Email siopfoundation@siop.org for any unresolved questions.