University of Notre Dame
Marital Therapy &
Research Clinic

Dr. David A. Smith, Ph.D., ABPP, HSPP
Director

18965 Douglas Road
100 Paris House
Notre Dame, IN 46556-5666
(574) 631-9640


 

University of Notre Dame Marital Research Lab:
Resources and Opportunities


Professional Organizations:

Society for Research in Psychopathology (SRP)
Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy (AABT)
American Psychological Society (APS)
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)


University of Notre Dame, College of Arts and Letters,
Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts,
Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program      [  http://www.nd.edu/~isla/ISLA/guidelines/urop.htm  ]

                    Deadlines:             None.

Applications will be evaluated as they are received.  Grants will be announced within three working weeks of the date of application.
                      Awards:                Up to $750

                    Proposal:                 To apply, the student or research team submits a proposal describing the project.



American Psychological Society (APS) Conference:  [ http://www.psychologicalscience.org/  ]
    Submission Deadline:     January 19, 2001
                Conference will be:       2001:  June 14-17, Toronto, Ontario



Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy (AABT) Conference:  [ http://www.aabt.org/  ]
    Submission Deadline:    March 1
                Conference will be:       2003:  November 20-23, Boston, MA


Society for Research in Psychopathology (SRP) Conference:  [ http://www.psychopathology.org/  ]
    Submission Deadline:    June 1

    Conference will be:       2003: Toronto



The World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies  [ http://www.aabt.org/  ]

            Submission Deadline:      October 15, 2000
                                               All submission will be handled by Email.

            Conference will be:          2001:  July 17 through 21, Vancouver, British Columbia
 


Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid-of-Research:  [  http://sigmaxi.org/programs/giar/guide.shtml  ]
 
            Fall deadline:             October 15
            Spring deadline:          March 15
Small grants for undergraduate and graduate student research, funds awarded in early December.  Send applications electronically.


University of Notre Dame, College of Arts and Letters,
Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts,
Pilot Funds for Faculty-Student Research Teams in the Social Sciences  [  http://www.nd.edu/~isla/ISLA/guidelines/social_science.htm]
 

Deadlines:    November 6, 2000. Because of the extent and length of many social science research projects, faculty must often seek external funding to help underwrite their research. In order to be competitive for grants, preliminary data collection and analysis are necessary as a basis for formulating and justifying larger research projects. Pilot Funds for Faculty-Student Research Teams in the Social Sciences will provide faculty-student teams with funds to underwrite the costs of conducting these preliminary studies. Undergraduate students must be integrated into the projects. We expect grants to range from $1,000 to $15,000, depending on the scope of the project and the number of personnel involved. The average award in 1999/2000 was $8,500. All awardees must submit a grant proposal to a major external agency within one year of receiving the grant.


The Melissa Institute for Violence Prevention and Treatment
Dissertation Research Award
Click here for flyer

Deadline: April 1. Two awards of $1,500 each. Administered by Don Meichenbaum.


ND College of Arts & Letters
Undergraduate Research Assistantships
Click here for information

". . . we are able to provide some funding for the support of undergraduate research assistants as we have in the last two years. If you are in need of a research assistant, send a 1-2 page summary of your project and how you propose to employ the student. Please include the number of hours per week (up to 10) and the nature of their work. I will accept applications on a rolling basis beginning immediately. We will give preference to departments that do not have graduate programs. If you have any questions please contact me at 1-3756."

 

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