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AASP 2020 Conference Student Abstract Awards


sponsored by Routledge/Taylor & Francis
$250 USD award, free virtual conference student registration ($49), and free student membership in 2021 ($85) Special award package for 2020 only due to virtual conference

The AASP Foundation has created Student Abstract Awards for the purpose of allowing student members who wish to attend the (virtual) AASP 2020 Annual Conference to present their work. A total of 20 awards at $250 USD each are sponsored by Routledge/Taylor & Francis this year. Apply for this award at the time of abstract submission.

2020 Conference Student Abstract Award Winners:

Bianca Boling, Midwestern University
Victoria Bradshaw, John F. Kennedy University
Christopher DeWolfe, Canadian Sport Centre Atlantic
Kim Ferner, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Paula-Marie Ferrara, University of Tennessee
Alexander Freemantle, University of Portsmouth - UK
Katherine Hirsch, University of Windsor - Canada
Alyssa Lowe - Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Thomas Minkler, West Virginia University
Lindsey Miossi, University of Tennessee
Irene Muir, University of Windsor - Canada
Matthew Murray, Illinois Institute of Technology
Tess Palmateer, University of North Texas
Carly Perry, University of Central Lancashire - UK
Dereck Phrathep, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Chelsie Smyth, Midwestern University
Carly Wahl, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Caroline Weppner, The Catholic University of America
Ethan Wolfe, University of Minnesota
Derek Zike, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee



The Sport Psychologist Young Researcher Award


sponsored by Human Kinetics
$750 USD award, free virtual conference registration ($149), and free early professional membership in 2021 ($149) Special award package for 2020 only due to virtual conference

The AASP Foundation offers a scholarship for graduate students or early career scholar members who wish to attend the (virtual) AASP 2020 Annual Conference to present their work. This award valued at $1,000 is sponsored by Human Kinetics. Apply at the time of abstract submission.

2020 The Sport Psychologist Young Researcher Award Winner:

Candace Hogue, Penn State University Harrisburg