Ungerleider/Zimbardo Travel Scholarships

$300 travel awards for seven graduate students to present their papers at the APA Annual Convention.


Sponsor: APF


The purpose of the Ungerleider/Zimbardo Travel Scholarships is to help psychology graduate students travel to the APA Annual Convention to present their research. Seven annual $300 scholarships for graduate students will be awarded to support travel to the APA convention.

These travel scholarships are administered by the APA Science Directorate. Regular procedures used by the Science Directorate for the APA Student Travel Awards will be followed.

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Applicants must be enrolled full-time and be in good standing in a graduate program in psychology at a regionally accredited university or college located in the United States or Canada.

Applicants must be student affiliates or associate members of the American Psychological Association (graduate student affiliates are automatically members of APAGS).

Students who are not affiliates must apply for affiliation when submitting materials for the Travel Award.

APF encourages applications from individuals who represent diversity in race, ethnicity, gender, age, disability and sexual orientation.

How to Apply
For eligibility requirements, more information or to apply see the rest of the APA Student Travel Awards.
Past Recipients
  • Laura Jimenez Arista, Arizona State University

  • Rachel Oblath, Boston University

  • Steven Pan, University of California, San Diego

  • Kesha Patrice, Tennessee State University

  • Jonathan Stange, Temple

  • Irene Tung, University of California, Los Angeles

  • Alyssa Van Denburg, Duke University

  • JoAnna Elmquist, University of Tennessee

  • Grace Ewles, University of Guelph

  • Alexander Jackson, Kansas State University

  • Erika Pike, University of Kentucky

  • Sheida Rabipour, University of Ottawa

  • Yuki Shigemoto, Texas Tech University

  • Ruifan Zeng, Long Island University - Brooklyn

  • Adriene Beltz, The Pennsylvania State University

  • Natania Crane, University of Illinois at Chicago

  • Ewa Czyz, University of Michigan

  • Dylan Gee, University of California, Los Angeles

  • Ben Sawyer, University of Central Florida

  • Katherine Stavropoulos, University of California, San Diego

  • Darya Zabelina, Northwestern University

  • Christa Taylor, University at Albany, SUNY

  • Rick Cruz

  • Logan Fiorella

  • Dylan Gee 

  • Rachel Manes

  • Evgeniya Pavlova

  • Noreen Watson

  • Darya Zabelina

  • Michael Amlung, University of Georgia

  • Anne Berry, University of Michigan

  • Christopher Conway, University of California, Los Angeles

  • Philip Grimaldi, Purdue University

  • Ashley Hampton, Temple University

  • David Kille, University of Waterloo, Rebecca Sripada, University of Michigan

  • Natalie  Anumba, Drexel University

  • Jenay Beer, Georgia Institute of Technology

  • David Kille, The University of Waterloo

  • Sylvia Morelli, University of California, Los Angeles

  • Cynthia Najdowski, University of Illinois at Chicago

  • Erin Quasney, Marquette University

  • Zhen Wu, University of Iowa

  • Adrienne Brendell Perkins, Georgia State University

  • Danya M. Corkin, University of Houston

  • James Patrick Clifton, Humboldt State University

  • Wai Sze Chan, Indiana University

  • Rodica Joana Damian, University of California, Davis

  • Paul Richard Hernandez, University of Connecticut

  • Lisa M. Jaremka, University of California, Santa Barbara

  • Sabrica Barnett, Graduate Center, City University of New York

  • Lauren Gibbs, College of William and Mary

  • Benjamin Liberman, Teachers College, Columbia University

  • Wakako Sogo, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

  • Katherine Tsai, San Diego State University / University of California, San Diego

  • Ian K. Villatta, Arizona State University

  • Natalie Wieland, University of California, Los Angeles