The Joseph and Marcella Hollis Award is for faculty and students who wish to conduct psychology-based research projects. This competition is open for Graduate Students and Junior Faculty Members only.
The maximum amount for this award is $700, which can be used for travel, supplies, payments to subjects, and presentations of work at professional meeting. Students are also expected to complete a final report form upon the completion of the project.
Apply for this grant through our online portal. Recipients must also provide a final report.
Annual Deadlines: October 1, April 1
Congratulations to the following recipients of this grant for the 2022-2023 Academic Year:
- Allyssa Edwards (CoH) - Understanding Motivations and Barriers in Early CrossFit Members
- Bryan Shurgard (CoH) - The Role of Awe in Cognitive Restructuring, Cognitive Reflection, and Set Shifting
- Olivia Huffman (CoH) - Minoritized Female Student-Athletes’ College Transitions at Primarily White Institutions: Evolution of Identities and Resources Used
- Karan Bhatia (CoH) - Understanding Changes in Physical Activity and Identity in Collegiate Athletes Immediately After Transitioning out of Sport
- Kayla Myers (CoH) - The Impact of Biosound Technology on Mental Recovery in Student-Athletes and Reserve Officer's Training Corps (ROTC)
- Hannah Drake-Schaffner (CoH) - Juror Cognition
- Michael Moses (CoH) - JUDGEMENTS OF RACIAL MICROAGGRESSIONS & COLORISM
For questions regarding the Aspire program, please contact the program’s manager or email us.