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Feature Story: Anja Cui December 2017

Anja Cui receives CPA Student Research and Knowledge Dissemination Grant

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Congratulations to Queen’s Psychology’s PhD student Anja Cui on being selected as one of the 2017 winners of the Canadian Psychological Association’s Student Research and Knowledge Dissemination Grants. This award recognizes exceptional student research and knowledge dissemination efforts in all areas of psychology.

The Canadian Psychological Association wishes to support student research and knowledge dissemination in all areas of psychology. At the time of application and if successful, award of funding, the applicant (or in the case of joint submissions, the applicants) must be a current graduate student affiliate of the CPA; enrolled full time in a psychology graduate program at provincially or territorially chartered Canadian University. The student’s direct supervisor must also be a current member of the CPA.
 
Funding up to $1,000 is available per project. For 2018, a maximum of 10 awards will be made. The adjudication committee will consider the following in evaluating proposals: overall research approach/methodology, feasibility of the research and the environment in which conducted, originality of research, impact of research, and applicant’s qualifications. Awarded funds can be used to fund travel to attend conventions.

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