Educational Psychology Student Society Announces Outstanding Research Award
The EPSS Outstanding Research Award was established in 2010 to support scholarship and professional growth. This award is presented each year to a graduate student who has made significant contributions to research in the field of educational psychology.
The EPSS is currently accepting applications for the 2011 Outstanding Research Awards. This initiative aims to honor excellence in student research. Thesis and dissertation research as well as studies not conducted as part of dissertation work are eligible.
To help support more student researchers’ work, applicants may receive only one Outstanding Research award per year and recipients are not eligible to win the award in consecutive years. Applicants from prior years who did not receive the award may reapply as long as they meet all other requirements.
A panel consisting of Educational Psychology graduate faculty members and an outside member will determine how research awards will best be distributed at the conclusion of each academic year based upon available funding and the quality of research applications.
To apply go to: http://tinyurl.com/epssresearchaward