ICP Awards Information

Workshop for Students and Early Career Psychologists

The ICP Workshop Development Grant prpovides $500 is to assist in the development and implementation of a workshop at the annual ICP conference.The objective of the Workshop is to provide training or mentoring of students and/or early career scholars whose first language is not English.

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ICP Early Career/Student Conference Travel Grant

Application deadline will be April 15, 2020

The ECP Conference Grant provides $500 to support a young scholar/researcher who is travelling from a distant or economically challenged region of the world to present a paper at the annual ICP conference. 

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Dayan-O'Roark In-Absentia Research and Graduate Student Poster Award

Deadline: March 31, 2020

This award is presented to encourage participation by graduate students who are unable to attend the ICP conference and want to present their work. Posters are on display during the conference. Poster judges are ICP members attending the conference who assess the international contents and clarity of the posters.

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Denmark-Gunvald Award for Feminist Research and Service

Deadline: January 15, 2020

The Denmark-Gunvald Award for Feminist Research and Service is presented to honor a member of ICP who has a history of research and service that directly benefits the health, promotion and well-being of women in the world. The recipient is expected to present a talk at the 2020 or 2021 ICP annual convention that relates to his/her research and service.

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Seisoh Sukemune/Bruce Bain Award for Encouragement of Early Career Research

Application deadline: January 15, 2020

The Seisoh Sukemune/Bruce Bain Encouragement of Early Career Research Award recognizes outstanding early career contributions to scholarly endeavors addressing psychological issues of a universal or multinational significance. It is designed to encourage research that systematically addresses the psychological dimensions affecting the quality of human life, and to enhance and reinforce the mission and goals of ICP. For the purpose of this award, “research” is broadly defined to include all paradigms of scholarly endeavor, such as laboratory experiments, field experiments, field studies, correlation and evaluation studies, historical studies and case histories. The recipient is expected to present an address at the 2019 ICP annual convention that relates to his/her research.

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