Student Focused Giving

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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11336697

Gift Amounts

500
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50

Honors Program Fund

2018 Honors Program studentsPsychology Department's Undergraduate Honors Program is a three semester pattern of courses designed to offer promising undergraduates an opportunity to do sustained scholarly work on a specific research project, culminating in the preparation of an undergraduate Bachelor's thesis.  The Honors Program Fund supports the research activities of the students enrolled in the Honors Program.

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334134

Gift Amounts

500
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100
50

William Greenough Memorial Fund

Bill GreenoughBill Greenough spent more than 40 years at the University of Illinois, and in addition to his contributions to this university, he had a marvelous research career in Neuroscience. Many will argue his true legacy lies with the special interest he took in the students in his lab, those he mentored and with whom he shared his passion for the process of science. We strive to continue Bill's legacy of student support at Illinois.  
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11774289

Gift Amounts

500
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100
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James Davis Fellowship Fund

James DavisJames Davis was a member of the Department of Psychology from 1967-1997. It is not an exaggeration to say that he is considered to be one of the greatest social psychologists of his generation, based on his research investigating how groups of people make decisions. Much of his work focused on how juries make decisions, and his research had immense impact—it has been cited frequently by the Supreme Court and other governmental authorities. It has also influenced business and management practices.

The James Davis Fellowship is an asset in recruiting and maintaining the high quality graduate of students in the Social-Personality Program.   

Fund ID

772032

Gift Amounts

500
250
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50

Charles L. Hulin Fellowship Fund

Charles HulinThe Charles L. Hulin Fellowship was created in 2000 by students, colleagues and friends of Professor Charles L. Hulin, who is credited with developing the Industrial Organizational (I/O) Psychology Program at Illinois.  The fellowship is awarded to graduate students in the I/O Program.

 

 

 

Fund ID

776901

Gift Amounts

500
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50

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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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Psychology Undergraduate Awards/Scholarships

The Psychology Undergraduate Awards/Scholarship Fund supports undergraduate awards and scholarship programs.

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Psychology Graduate Fellowships

The Psychology Graduate Fellowship Fund helps support graduate students in the nine programs in the Department of Psychology.

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Honors Program Fund

2018 Honors Program studentsPsychology Department's Undergraduate Honors Program is a three semester pattern of courses designed to offer promising undergraduates an opportunity to do sustained scholarly work on a specific research project, culminating in the preparation of an undergraduate Bachelor's thesis.  The Honors Program Fund supports the research activities of the students enrolled in the Honors Program.

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William Greenough Memorial Fund

Bill GreenoughBill Greenough spent more than 40 years at the University of Illinois, and in addition to his contributions to this university, he had a marvelous research career in Neuroscience. Many will argue his true legacy lies with the special interest he took in the students in his lab, those he mentored and with whom he shared his passion for the process of science. We strive to continue Bill's legacy of student support at Illinois.  
More information.

 

 

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James Davis Fellowship Fund

James DavisJames Davis was a member of the Department of Psychology from 1967-1997. It is not an exaggeration to say that he is considered to be one of the greatest social psychologists of his generation, based on his research investigating how groups of people make decisions. Much of his work focused on how juries make decisions, and his research had immense impact—it has been cited frequently by the Supreme Court and other governmental authorities. It has also influenced business and management practices.

The James Davis Fellowship is an asset in recruiting and maintaining the high quality graduate of students in the Social-Personality Program.   

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Charles L. Hulin Fellowship Fund

Charles HulinThe Charles L. Hulin Fellowship was created in 2000 by students, colleagues and friends of Professor Charles L. Hulin, who is credited with developing the Industrial Organizational (I/O) Psychology Program at Illinois.  The fellowship is awarded to graduate students in the I/O Program.

 

 

 

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