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CUDCP Science of Training Seed Grant

The CUDCP Seed grant fosters research that contributes to the science of training in health services psychology. The primary purpose of this initiative is to support the initiation of high quality research in clinical psychology training by affiliated faculty. Faculty conducting research on training in clinical psychology are eligible to apply. CUDCP welcome applicants from any CUDCP member program, to include provisional member programs and international affiliate programs. Individuals from non-CUDCP programs may not apply. 

To be responsive to faculty conducting varied research, the specifications for this award are broadly and flexibly defined. Projects may focus on any aspect of training in clinical psychology. As such grant funds may be utilized for summer salary support, wages for a research assistant, research expenses, etc. Indirect costs to universities are not allowable. The maximum budget allowable is $5,000. Smaller requests are encouraged, when feasible, as it allows for the possibility of funding being spread across multiple worthy proposals.

Recent Awardees 

2021 - Jolene Jacquart, Mary-Frances O’Connor, David Sbarra, University of Arizona)

2020 - Aaron L. Pincus, Penn State University

2019 - Jennifer C. Veilleux, University of Arkansas

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