2010 SABA Grant and Fellowship applications are now available on the Web! Please encourage your graduate students to apply for one of the fellowships and grants that SABA will be dispensing for the 2010 school year. Eligibility may vary, but both Master’s and doctoral student researchers have the opportunity to apply to one of the following grants and fellowships, which will support their studies: Sidney W. and Janet R. Bijou or SABA Experimental Analysis of Behavior Fellowship, as well as the SABA Dissertation and Master’s Thesis Grants.
PhD students who have a minimum of 2 or more years of study in their program after the deadline to submit fellowship applications are eligible for the Bijou and the SABA EAB Fellowships. Please note that students may not apply for the SABA Experimental Fellowship and the Bijou Fellowship in the same year.
Master’s and doctoral students who have received formal departmental approval to conduct, but have not defended, a thesis or dissertation project that is relevant to behavior analysis may apply for SABA Dissertation and Master’s Thesis Grants.
The deadline for all applications is September 18, 2009.
Two $5,000 grants are distributed annually to 2 students who intend to use it for the purpose of studying child development from a behavior-analytic perspective. Specific criteria, directions for applying, and an on-line application are located at:
SABA EAB FELLOWSHIP
Two grants of $2,000 will be awarded for the purpose of encouraging study in the experimental analysis of behavior. Specific criteria, directions for applying, and an on-line application are located at:
SABA DOCTORAL DISSERTATION AND MASTER’S THESIS GRANT Two Master’s thesis grants worth $500 each, and two doctoral dissertation grants worth $1,000 each will be distributed. Specific criteria, directions for applying, and an on-line application are located at: