Each AACN annual meeting features an outstanding lineup of adult, pediatric, and forensic workshops, as well as a series of student-focused activities, including the annual Student Forum, Training Director’s Hour, a student social, and opportunities to meet with experienced neuropsychologists and training faculty. The award money can be used to offset the cost of the meeting attendance, including personal meals (no alcohol), lodging, transportation, poster costs, and non-reimbursed conference fees up to $500. At least six of the twelve scholarships will be designated as Diversity Scholarships. One will be reserved for a student early in his/her training (e.g., an undergraduate or first- or second-year graduate student), and the remaining scholarships will be unrestricted. In order to be considered for the Diversity Scholarship, applicants should be either: a) individuals from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, b) individuals with disabilities, and/or c) individuals from socially, culturally, economically, or educationally diverse backgrounds.
Click here to apply for a travel scholarship. Completed applications are due before midnight on March 15, 2020.
Information for Scholarship Winners:
You will need to submit your travel, meal, and/or lodging receipts totaling up to $500 after the conference in order to receive your payment. Those receipts and any questions about payment may be emailed to Dona Locke, Ph.D., ABPP (email@example.com).
Questions regarding any of these opportunities may be directed to the SAC (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Twelve $500 student scholarships were awarded for AACN’s 17th Annual Meeting and Workshops, Wednesday, June 5 through Saturday, June 8, 2019 in Chicago, IL. Congratulations to the 2019 winners!
- Wen Yu Cheng
- Seema Mahdavi
- Charles Moreno
- Rowena Ng
- Carrie Roper
- Ariana Tart-Zelvin
- Jenna Axelrod
- Carolyn Cassill
- Candice Gore
- Becca Huber
- Molly Keith
- Veronica Thorton