Student Abstract Awards / Young Researcher Award
AASP 2023 Conference Student Abstract Awards
sponsored by Routledge/Taylor & Francis
$750 USD award
The AASP Foundation has created Student Abstract Awards for the purpose of allowing student members who wish to attend the AASP 2023 Annual Conference to present their work. A total of 10 awards at $750 USD each are sponsored by Routledge/Taylor & Francis and applied for at the time of abstract submission.
2023 Conference Student Abstract Award Winners:
Macey Arnold, University of North Texas
Matthew Cullen, University of Birmingham, UK
Harley de Vos, Condor Performance - Australia
Peyton Greco, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Nicholas Lee, Boston University
Anthony Magdaleno, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Daniel Martin, Durham University, UK
Melissa Pare, University of Windsor - Canada
Chelsi Ricketts, Michigan State University
Rebecca Steins, Saint Louis University
2024 Ken Ravizza Student Conference Travel Award
The top overall scored student member abstract will receive a special $1,000 USD award (sponsored by the Ravizza Family and provided by the AASP Foundation).
sponsored by Human Kinetics
$1,000 USD award
The AASP Foundation offers a scholarship for graduate students or early career scholar members who wish to attend the AASP 2023 Annual Conference to present their work. This award valued at $1,000 is sponsored by Human Kinetics and applied for at the time of abstract submission.
2023 The Sport Psychologist Young Researcher Award Winner:
William Low, Heriot-Watt University, UK