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Investigative Psychology Dissertation Fellowships

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U.S. Opportunities

International Opportunities

Provides a comprehensive list of funding opportunities for study and research in Canada, with many opportunities for Canadians and non-Canadians, organized by nationality.
Provides a comprehensive list of funding opportunities for study and research in the Netherlands.
Fulbright awards offer opportunities for international teaching, research, and study.
Funding opportunities (in Spanish) with regional websites for several countries (Andorra, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Equador, Spain, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Porto Rico, Dominican Republic, Uruguay, Venezuela)

General Opportunities

Know of other great sites for funding opportunities? Email us at emergingscholars@s-r-a.org and we will add your suggestions to the list.

Early Career Grant

The Early Career Grant awarded by the American Academy of Forensic Psychology is designed to assist early career forensic diplomate candidates. The Scholarship applies to candidates applying for forensic board certification within two years of completing an approved postdoctoral fellowship in forensic psychology.

Diversity Grant

The Diversity Grant awarded by the American Academy of Forensic Psychology is designed to increase the diversity of candidates seeking board certification in forensic psychology. Forensic Specialists can have the most impact on the field when they represent a wide variety of races, genders, ages, languages, ethnicities, cultural backgrounds, disabilities, sexual orientations and religious beliefs.  The Grant applies to diverse candidates applying for forensic board certification.

Dissertation Grants

The American Academy of Forensic Psychology (AAFP) makes available up to $5000 (maximum award is $1,500 per applicant) for grants to graduate students conducting dissertations in applied areas of law and psychology, with preference shown for dissertations addressing clinical-forensic issues. Awards can be used to cover dissertation costs such as photocopying and mailing expenses, participant compensation, travel reimbursement, etc. Awards cannot be used to cover tuition or related academic fees. Requests submitted in prior years are ineligible.