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AASP 2021 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 2021 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.

2021 Conference Student Abstract Award Winners:

Bianca Boling, Midwestern University
Sharon Couch, University of Tennessee
Joseph Gurgis, University of Toronto
Jarad Lewellen, Florida State University
William Low, University of Essex
Jessenia Otalora, Florida International University
Tess Palmateer, University of North Texas
Carly Perry, University of Central Lancashire
William Way, West Virginia University
Derek Zike, UW Milwaukee



The Sport Psychologist Young Researcher Award


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 (virtual) AASP 2021 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.

2021 The Sport Psychologist Young Researcher Award Winner:

Courtney Hess, University of Massachusetts - Boston