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Congratulations to the 2018 APA Student Travel Award winners

Almost 100 students receive awards to help with travel to the 2018 APA convention in San Francisco.

The Science Directorate of the American Psychological Association sponsors an annual competition for graduate student travel awards, with the purpose of helping psychology graduate students travel to the annual APA convention to present their research. This year, nearly 100 students will receive $300 each to support their travel to the 2018 APA convention in San Francisco. Congratulations to all of our Student Travel Award winners.

  • Lydia HaRim Ahn, University of Maryland, College Park
  • Alvin Akibar, University of North Texas
  • Zoe Alley, Oregon State University
  • Olivia Altamirano, University of Miami *
  • Nana Amoh, John Jay College
  • Sarah  Arango, University of Texas at Austin
  • Funlola Are, University of Georgia
  • Joseph Avery, Princeton University *
  • Emily Bailey, Mercer University
  • Jennifer Barnes, University of Manitoba
  • Hannah Bashian, Lehigh University
  • Patrick Beymer, Michigan State University
  • Cecile Bhang, Loyola University Chicago
  • Chelsey Bowman, Boston University
  • Patrick Boyd, University of South Florida *
  • Tyler Bradstreet, Texas Tech University
  • Julia Briskin, Wayne State University
  • Nicole  Carrozza, St. John's University
  • Devon Chazan, University of Alberta
  • Eddie Chong, University of Maryland, College Park
  • Jeremy Coleman, University of Denver
  • Christina Colgary, Florida State University
  • Michael Craven, University of Indianapolis
  • Kelly Cuccolo, University of North Dakota
  • Christina D'Angelo, University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Sarah Danzo, Case Western Reserve University
  • Nicholas Dawson, University of Kentucky
  • Monica De Iorio, Wayne State University
  • Renae DeLucia, University of Houston
  • Rae Drach, University at Albany - State University of New York
  • Rachel Dyer, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • Pegah Eftekharzadeh, Lehigh University
  • Reem Eissa, University of Detroit Mercy
  • Leyla Erguder, University of North Texas
  • Lucy Finkelstein-Fox, University of Connecticut
  • Laura Fischer, Northeastern University
  • Cheryl Foo, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Marina Galante, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Angela Galioto, Mercer University
  • Seçil Gönültaş, North Carolina State University
  • Victoria Grunberg, Drexel University *
  • Nicholas Haynes, University of Georgia
  • Jade Heffern, Northern Arizona University
  • Margaret Hendricks, Georgetown University *
  • Ashley Hicks, St. John's University
  • Steven Hobaica, Washington State University
  • Jeanette Hoeksema, University of Indianapolis
  • Amanda Howard, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Jessica Jackson, New Mexico State University
  • Cjersti Jensen, Bowling Green State University
  • Raksha Kandlur, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Michael Kozlowski, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
  • Jihyun Lee, University of Texas at Austin *
  • Nan Li , University of Houston *
  • Qiao Lin, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Qimin  Liu, University of Notre Dame *
  • Shuyi  Liu, Iowa State University
  • Daisy Lopez, University of Miami
  • Kelly MacKenzie, Loma Linda University
  • Kenji Madison, University of Nebraska at Lincoln
  • Megan  McComas, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Susan Murray, Temple University
  • Jessica Naftaly, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
  • Alia Noetzel, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Tabitha Ostrout, North Carolina Central University
  • Thomas Parkman, Texas Tech University
  • Katharine Parodi, Boston University
  • Francesca Penner, University of Houston
  • Katrina Powell, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
  • Christopher Raines, University of Wisconsin Madison
  • Amrita Ramakrishnan, New York University
  • Damira Rasheed, The Graduate Center at The City University of New York
  • Kristy Robinson, Michigan State University
  • Ana Rodriguez, Florida International University
  • Kerri Rodriguez, Purdue University
  • Brittany Rohl, University of Florida
  • Gennarina Santorelli, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • Ryan Sappington, University of Maryland at College Park
  • Bailee  Schuhmann, Nova Southeastern University
  • Taylor Schwartz, University of Memphis
  • Jessica Schwartzman, Palo Alto University
  • Alexander Shappie, Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology
  • Morgan Sinnard, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • Jonathan Sober, Wayne State University
  • Kelly Spanier, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
  • Kayla Steward, University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Justin  Strickland, University of Kentucky
  • Chun Tao, Arizona State University *
  • Sarah Tashjian, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Michael Ternes, University of Kansas
  • Meredith Tittler, Iowa State University
  • Elizabeth Waldron, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine *
  • Sungjun Won, The Ohio State University
  • Emily  Wright, North Carolina State University

* These 10 students’ awards were supported by the Ungerleider/Zimbardo Travel Scholarships of the American Psychological Foundation.