Student Award - ACSP Student Travel to the Annual Conference
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Deadline: June 1

These scholarships provide financial support to students to attend the ACSP Conference, including student conference registration waiver and $500 USD in cash to defray travel expenses.

Applicants

  • must be enrolled graduate students at an ACSP member school during the 2016-2017 academic year;
  • must have passed the qualifying/comprehensive exam and have an approved dissertation prospectus;
  • nearing completion of the doctoral degree;
  • must have submitted an abstract for the ACSP Conference, and subsequently presenting an accepted paper at the conference (ACSP staff will verify the abstract acceptance);
  • have not been previously awarded an ACSP Scholarship for Student Travel; and
  • for whom conference attendance would otherwise not be possible.

Application

  • The deadline for submission of the application is June 1.
  • Application will include all of the following combined into one file: the student's current vitae; a one-page abstract of dissertation research, and a one-page cover letter signed by the dissertation advisor or program chair documenting passing the qualifying/comprehensive exam and having an approved dissertation prospectus.
  • Fill in all the required fields in the online application below to submit.

ACSP Student Travel Scholarship Committee

  • Nabil Kamel, Western Washington University, Nabil.Kamel@wwu.edu
  • Kate Lowe,University of Illinois, Chicago, katelowe@uic.edu

Past Award Winners

  • 2016 Eric Seymour, University of Michigan; Adele Cassola, Columbia University; Santina Contreras, University of California, Irvine; Fei Li, New York University; Subhashni Raj, University at Buffalo
  • 2015 Amelia Caldwell, Cleveland State University; Lindsey Day Farnsworth, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Karolina Gorska, University of California, Los Angeles; Maxwell Hartt, University of Waterloo; Chang-Yu Hong, Portland State University; Hyun Woo Kim, Texas A&M University; Annette Koh, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Ruoniu (Vince) Wang, University of Florida
  • 2014 Sandip Chakrabarti, University of Southern California; Na Chen, Ohio State University; Julia Elmer, Ohio State University; Allan Freyer, University of North Carolina; Eric Goldwyn, Columbia University; Dana Habeeb, Georgia Institute of Technology; Shima Hamidi, University of Utah; Michal Jarosynski, Florida State University; Nicola Szibbo, University of Southern California; Peter Wissoker, Cornell University
  • 2013 Anaid Yerena, University of California, Irvine; Ricardo Cardoso, University of California, Berkeley; Catherine Brinkley, University of Pennsylvania; Becca Jablonski, Cornell University; Brettany Shannon, University of Southern California.
  • 2012 Jackie Begley, New York University; Torsha Bhattacharya, Florida State University; Aftab Erfan, University of British Columbia; Stephanie Frank, University of Southern California; Lauren Lambie-Hanson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Jeongwoo Lee, University of Southern California; Jia Lu, University of Southern California; Sheryl-Ann Simpson, Cornell University; Chih-hao Wang, Ohio State University; Heeyeun Yoon, Harvard University
  • 2011  Sweta Byahut, University of Cincinnati; Jia Ching Chen, University of California, Berkeley; Bum Seok Chun, The Ohio State University; Tabitha S. Combs, University of North Carolina; James Connolly, Columbia University; Debra Flanders Cushing, University of Colorado Denver; Yu Ge, Texas A&M University; Sunita Kalsariya, University of Southern California; Kristian Larsen, University of Toronto;Zachary Taylor, University of Toronto
  • 2010  Jason Burke, University of Toronto; DONG Hongwei, Portland State University; Keren mertens Horn, New York University; Kanako Iuchi, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Junfend Jiao, University of Washington; Adam Millard-Ball, Stanford University; Meredith Drake Reitan, University of Southern California; Andrew Rumbach, Cornell University; Laura Russ, University of California, Los Angeles; Jocelyn Widmer, University of Florida
  • 2009  Kenneth Joh, University of California Irvine; Youngkook Kim, Ohio State University; Rachel Meltzer, New York University; Ahmed Abukhater, University of Texas at Austin; Paavo Monkkonen, University of California at Berkeley; Kelly Draper Zuniga, University of Colorado; Suzanne Lanyi Charles, Harvard University; Sade Owolabi, Cornell University; Jieun Kim, University of Illinois at Chicago; In Kwon Park, Ohio State University 
  • 2008  Ralph Buehler, Rutgers University; Idalina Bap tista, University of California Berkeley; Gil Tal, University of California Davis; Miwa Ma Tsuo, Harvard University; J. Rober t (Bobby) Cochran, Portland State University; Cathy Yang Liu, University of Southern California; Diana Mitsova-Boneva, University of Cincinnati; Chang Yi, University of Texas Austin; Fusun Erkul, University of Michigan Ann Arbor; Jung Eun Kang, Texas A & M University
  • 2007  Ajay Agarwal, University of Southern California; Ana Baptista, Rutgers University; Rachel Berney, University of California-Berkeley; Annalise Fonza, University of Massachusetts; Zhan Guo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Heather Khan, Florida State University; Sameer Sharma, University of Cincinnati; Hoda Shawki , Ohio State University; Mark Stevens, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Andree Tremoulet, Portland State University
  • 2006  Andrew Karvonen, University of Texas at Austin; Louna Khirfan, University of Michigan; Katherine Lieberknecht, Cornell University; Jeremy Nemeth, Rutgers University; Doan Nguyen, University of Maryland; Sung Ho Ryu, University of Southern California; Chris Hawking, Florida State University; Uddhab Bhandary, University of Colorado, Denver; Sarah Dooling, University of Washington; Abhishek Tiwari, University of California, Irvine
  • 2005 - ACSP—Fannie Mae Foundation Student Travel Awards - Jainey K. Bavashi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Clarinda Barnett, Wayne State University; Yanmei Li, Ohio State University; Jennifer Ball, University of Guelph; Mook Kim, Rutgers University; Rodney Harrell, University of Maryland; Shanna Eller, Portland State University; Michelle Kondo, University of Washington; Rahsaan Arscott , Texas Southern University; Yang Zhang, Texas A&M University
  • 2004 - ACSP—Fannie Mae Foundation Student Travel Awards - Katrin Anacker, Ohio State University; Kristin Crossney, Rutgers University; Ashok Das, University of California, Los Angeles; Sugie Lee, Georgia Institute of Technology; Vikas Mehta, University of Maryland; Lynn Patterson, Georgia Institute of Technology; Deden Rukmana, Florida State University; Jeffrey Vincent, University of California, Berkeley; Leela Viswanathan, York University; Xifang Xing, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

 

Application Form (*indicates a required field). Questions about the form can be addressed to Donna Dodd, ddodd@acsp.org.

 







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