Gualberto Cremades International Research Grant - AASP Foundation
Applications are due April 1 of every year.
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Funded by the AASP Foundation, the Gualberto Cremades International Research Grant recognizes an international student as principal investigator or Co-PI, residing within or outside the US. This grant may be used to support any research project involving an international student or an internationally based student, as PI or Co-PI. However, priority will be given to research projects that incorporate (cross-) cultural, critical, non-eurocentric and/or non-US perspectives.
A total of up to $1,000 may be awarded for either a single proposal or multiple proposals subject to review by the AASP Foundation Grant Committee. Additionally, should a recipient be selected to present their work at an AASP Annual Conference within the 2 years following the grant, the student's registration fee will be waived.
- Any AASP international student member is eligible for consideration (i.e. non-US student studying in the US, or any student currently completing their studies outside the US). Any research project is eligible; however, preference will be given to research projects that incorporate a cross-cultural, critical, non-eurocentric and/or non-US perspectives.
- Awardees are eligible for only one award per 3-year period.
- Applicants may not apply for an AASP Foundation grant and an AASP research grant (Research, Community Outreach) for the same project at the same time.
C. Application Procedure
- Submissions must be made by international student members who will serve as Principal Investigators or Co-PIs. However, other students and/or professionals may be Co-Investigators or additional applicants.
- The grant application should be submitted through the Google Form.
- Proposals must include the following components:
- Researcher/Practitioner information
- Proposal (the equivalent of two pages – must use 12-point font and 1-inch margins, single spacing) – Submit a blind copy, which includes the title but do not include name(s)/affiliation(s) of submitters, or any other identifying information. The proposal should clearly state the following:
- Study aims and research question
- Study justification (brief intro, probelm statement, purpose statement)
- Brief methodology
- Study significance (clearly explain how this study incorporates a cultural, critical, non-eurocentric and/or non-US perspectives, if applicable), and/or how this grant would support their work as an international/non-US based student.
- Budget and budget justification
- Submission checklist
- Applications are due by April 1. The grant application should be submitted via Google Forms.
- Failure to include all components listed above, or proposals that do not conform to length specifications, will not be reviewed.
- Awards will be paid to your department or organization/company, if one exists, and can cover costs such as equipment, hourly assistance, materials, and supplies.
- Budgets cannot include indirect costs, salaries for the researcher(s)/practitioner(s), or travel to present the results.
- Grants are awarded as soon as the review process is completed each quarter.
- Proposals which are not approved will be returned to the researcher(s)/practitioner(s) with feedback and may be resubmitted the following year if desired.
- Failure to complete the project may require reimbursement.
- A final report on the project (maximum of one page in length) is required once the project has been completed, to be sent to the AASP Foundation Grant Committee Chairperson at AASPFSeedgrant@appliedsportpsych.org
- Awardees will be expected to submit an abstract of the completed work for consideration at an AASP Annual Conference within a 2-year time period from the year they received the grant.
- Any publication(s) resulting from the grant should acknowledge the funding from AASP.
Applications are due April 1 of every year.
This grant application is to be submitted via Google Form. We recommend having all of your responses prepared prior to beginning the application in a locally saved Word document, and then copying the information in when you are ready to submit. Follow through the form and complete all required items as well as any other relevant or necessary information. You will not be able to save an incomplete application and return to it; however, in the event that you don't know the answer to a question, you may enter some text as a placeholder, and then you will have the opportunity to make any edits after initially submitting the complete application. Please note that all applications will be considered final at the time of the deadline. Contact email@example.com if you have questions.