Undergraduate Student Travel Award

The Northeastern University Department of Psychology sponsors an annual competition for undergraduate travel awards. The purpose of this travel award is to provide financial assistance to undergraduate students who will be presenting their research at professional external conferences. The department expects to grant approximately six awards of $300 each per year. See some recent recipients below.

Megan Pinaire

Psychology major Megan Pinaire received the travel award to present her work at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology annual convention in San Antonio, Texas.


Ka Ho Tam

Psychology major Ka Ho Tam received the travel award to present his work at the 2017 Society for Personality and Social Psychology Convention in San Antonio, Texas.

Camila Demaestri

Camila received the student travel award in the fall of 2016 to travel to San Diego, California to attend the Society for neuroscience annual meeting.

Norik Kirakosian

Psychology major Norik Karikosian traveled to the 50th Annual Convention of the Association of Cognitive Therapies in New York City in the fall of 2016.


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