2013 SPR Student Travel Awards Winners!

Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2013 SPR Student Travel Awards!

European

Anna Alkozei, University of Reading
Jessica Baeske, Technical University of Dortmund
Nicola Cellini, University of Padua
Angelika Dierolf, University of Trier
Adrian Fische,r University of Magdeburg
Maria Luz Gonzalez-Gadea, Institute of Cognitive Neurology; National Scientific and Technical Research Council; National University of Cordoba
Rosa Grützmann, Humboldt University of Berlin
Nataliia Ievpak, Lessia Ukrainka Eastern European National University
Katja Lindner, University of Greifswald
Ger Loughnane, Trinity College Dublin
Jayne Morriss, University of Reading
Lina Schaare, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
Anita Schick, Heidelberg University
Deirdre Twomey, Trinity College Dublin
Martine Van Puyvelde, Free University of Brussels

Non-European

Sarah Babkirk, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Rachel Bailey, Indiana University
Adrienne Crowell, Texas A&M University
Jonathan DePierro, The New School for Social Research
Rachel Doty, University of South Carolina Aiken
Laura Krutman, Fluminense Federal University
Menton McGinnis-Deweese, University of Florida
Tim Outhred, The University of Sydney
Ezra Smith, University of Arizona
Isabel Taake, Simon Fraser University
David Tang, Texas A&M University
Diana Wang, Brandeis University
Fang Wang, Beijing Normal University
DeWayne Williams, The Ohio State University

SPR Student Travel Awards for Undergraduate and Graduate Student Psychophysiologists

The SPR Student Travel Award program will again be in place this year. The intent of the SPR Student Travel Awards is to assist students without other means of travel support to attend and present research at the SPR annual meeting. For the 2013 meeting in Florence, Italy, 30 awards will be available for student members presenting at the SPR meeting. Among these 30 awards, 15 will be reserved for Italian members ($500) and 15 for non-Italian members ($1000). These awards are determined through a lottery drawing from all eligible entrants. Any student member who lives further than 500 miles from Florence and is the first author on a poster or paper accepted for presentation at the SPR annual meeting is potentially eligible (see details for additional restrictions). Current SPR members must be up to date with dues, but prospective members that apply and pay dues by the time of poster or paper submission deadline will be eligible. If you did not indicate that you wished to be considered for a Travel Award when submitting an abstract or if you have any other questions regarding Travel Awards, please contact Cat Norris (catherine.j.norris@dartmouth.edu).