Travel Awards / Young Researcher Award

AASP 2016 Conference Student Travel Awards


sponsored by Routledge/Taylor & Francis

$750 USD award

The AASP Foundation has created Travel Awards for the purpose of allowing student members who wish to attend the AASP 2016 conference to present their work. A total of 10 awards at $750 USD each are sponsored yearly by Routledge/Taylor & Francis. Apply for this award at the time of abstract submission.
 

2016 Conference Student Travel Award Winners:

Erin Albert, University of North Texas
Matthew Bejar, University of Tennessee
Matthew Bird, Florida State University
Jacob Chamberlin, University of Kansas
Chris Hammer, University of Utah
Leslie Larsen, University of Tennessee
Miriam Merrill, Temple University
Johannes Raabe, University of Tennessee
Blake Riddell, Pacific University
Alexander Yu, University of North Texas


The Sport Psychologist Young Researcher Award


sponsored by Human Kinetics
$1,000 USD award
 

The AASP Foundation offers a scholarship for graduate students or early career scholar members who wish to attend AASP 2016 to present their work. This $1,000 USD award is sponsored by Human Kinetics. Apply for this award at the time of abstract submission.

 


2016 The Sport Psychologist Young Researcher Award Winner:

Adam Miles, University of Otago - New Zealand

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