This award, newly established by the National Register, is granted annually to a psychology doctoral student. Award winners receive a $10,000 stipend to support an original applied research project focused on improving psychology delivery in a health, including mental health, setting.
Applications are due May 1, 2019.
Candidates must submit a CV, project proposal, budget and timeline,
doctoral program enrollment form
, and documentation of IRB or relevant endorsement for the project. Please review upload details below to ensure your application provides the required information.
Candidates must be enrolled in the National Psychologist Trainee Register (NPTR).
Request a credentialing application here
if you do not already have one.
Candidates must be currently enrolled in good standing at an APA/CPA accredited doctoral program in psychology.
Candidates must be the principal investigator/first author on the project. While collaborators or co-authors are permitted, the project must primarily reflect the applicant’s work and original thinking.
The project must be applied clinical research with a general focus on improving psychology delivery in a health, including mental health, setting. In general, review papers are not eligible.
The project may be a component of the candidate’s curricular requirements, i.e., a thesis, dissertation, or major research paper.
Projects that are currently in process may be submitted for consideration.