SPSSI’s competitive Grants-In-Aid program supports scientific research in social problem areas related to the basic interests and goals of SPSSI and particularly those that are not likely to receive support from traditional sources.
The Fall 2012 GIA selection committee consisted of Drs. Rachel Annunziation (Co-Chair), Carey Ryan (Co-Chair), Mandeep Dhami, Scott Eidelman, Janice Habarth, Ram Mahalingam, Lindsay Phillips, and Elizabeth Pinel.
For further details and eligibility requirements, visit the Grants-in-Aid Program page.
Congratulations to the following scholars who were awarded funding in the Fall round of 2012!
Andrew Case, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Sara Douglass, Fordham University
David Doyle, Tulane University
Justina Grayman, New York University
Mary Joyce Juan, University of Minnesota
Bernhard Leidner, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Shantal Marshall, University of California at Los Angeles
David Mendelsohn, Claremont Graduate University
Amy Moors, University of Michigan
Rebecca Neel, Arizona State University
Angela Pirlott, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Lisa Rosenthal, Yale University
Caitlin Smith, University of Southern California
Jacqueline Smith, Yale University
Kristie Thomas, Simmons College
The Clara Mayo Grant Program was set up to support master's theses or pre-dissertation research on aspects of sexism, racism, or prejudice, with preference given to students enrolled in a terminal master’s program. Studies of the application of theory or the design of interventions or treatments to address these problems are welcomed.
The Fall Clara Mayo Grants selection committee consisted of Drs. Kristin Lane (Co-Chair), Lauren Duncan (Co-Chair), and Brian Christens.
For more details, please visit the Clara Mayo Grants page.
Congratulations to the Fall 2012 Clara Mayo grant recipients:
Mason Burns, Purdue University
Eden Hennessey, Wilfrid Laurier University
Sheri LaDuke, East Tennessee State University
David Miller, Northwestern University
The Michele Alexander Early Career Award was established in 2005 to recognize early career excellence in scholarship as well as in service in honor of Dr. Michele Alexander. The Early Career Scholars Committee is tasked with selecting the recipient. For more details, please visit the Alexander Award page.