Call for Proposals: 2010 SCRA Graduate Student Research Grant

By SCRA Web Admin – November 21, 2010
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Please consider applying for the Graduate Student Research Grant. This grant is specifically devoted to supporting pre-dissertation or thesis research in under-funded areas of community psychology. This year the amount has been increased to $400 (USD). Applications can be downloaded from the SCRA website. Applications for the award will be due by September 17, 2010. If you have any questions while developing your grant proposal, please contact Fernando Estrada at or Lindsey Zimmerman at lindseyzimmerman@ Decisions will be made and recipients notified by October 15, 2010.

Terms of the Award

Recipients of the SCRA Student Research Grant will receive a stipend of $400 for one year. The funds will be disbursed upon notification of the award. The grantee will be expected to submit a grant report (1000-1500 words) detailing progress on the research project and justification and proof of appropriate use of funds to the SCRA Student Research Grant committee by the 2011 biennial.


To be eligible for the SCRA student research grant, you must be:

  1. a graduate student or apprentice within a non-academic setting that has not obtained doctoral candidate status within their program;
  2. a member of SCRA;
  3. in the planning or pilot stages of the research project for which you are seeking funds (i.e., this award is not for projects that have been completed prior to RFP); and
  4. advised by a faculty member or professional supervisor, preferably one who is a SCRA member

Grant Review Criterion

Grant proposals will be reviewed and judged using the following criteria: 1) relevance to community research and action theory and concepts; 2) clarity of writing; and 3) feasibility of project completion. Again, applications for the award will be due by September 17, 2010.


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