Shape the Future Today

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Shape the Future Today Fund in Psychology

Funds raised will be used for timely or most-pressing needs within the Department of Psychology. Most recently, the Shape the Future Today Fund has been used to support graduate student conference travel and research. Graduate students who are presenting a paper or a poster at a conference are eligible to apply for the award. Presenting at conferences is a vital part of any graduate student’s career, both to develop important connections, and to solicit feedback on research and ideas. Research support is also important for graduate students who conduct independent pilot studies to help develop their dissertation proposals, purchase equipment, and/or pay subjects to participate in their research.

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Shape the Future Today Fund in Psychology

Funds raised will be used for timely or most-pressing needs within the Department of Psychology. Most recently, the Shape the Future Today Fund has been used to support graduate student conference travel and research. Graduate students who are presenting a paper or a poster at a conference are eligible to apply for the award. Presenting at conferences is a vital part of any graduate student’s career, both to develop important connections, and to solicit feedback on research and ideas. Research support is also important for graduate students who conduct independent pilot studies to help develop their dissertation proposals, purchase equipment, and/or pay subjects to participate in their research.

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Camarin Meno

Camarin Meno

I am incredibly grateful for the travel support offered by the Psychology Alumni Advisory Board. With these funds, I will be able to travel to the 8th annual Native American and Indigenous Studies Association meeting to present my research on domestic violence advocacy in the Pacific Island of Guam, as well as interact with colleagues from multiple disciplines who are committed to understanding and supporting the welfare of indigenous communities worldwide.

Camarin is a part of the Clinical-Community Program