The 2017 Application Cycle has closed! The deadline was July 7.
The APSA Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) Travel Grant provides support for the professional development of APSA Minority Fellows, (both current fellows and program alumni) at the APSA annual meeting.
Eligibility: Eligible applicants include 1) funded and unfunded APSA MFP Fellows from the fellowship class of 2016-2017 or prior, who are currently enrolled in a political science PhD program, and 2) funded and unfunded APSA MFP Alumni who received their PhDs in political science between 2015–2017.
Award conditions and details:
MFP Travel Grant recipients must pre-register for the 2017 APSA Annual Meeting in order to be able to receive the travel grant funds. Awarded grants may range between $250-$350.
NOTE: Priority will be given to APSA MFP Fellows and MFP Alumni who are current APSA members, who have not received (and who are not scheduled to receive) MFP funding during the 2016-2017 year, and who are presenting a paper/poster or serving as a chair/discussant at the 2017 APSA Annual Meeting in San Franciso, CA or who are on the job market. Please send any questions to [email protected]
2017 APSA Minority
Fellowship Program Annual Meeting Grant Recipients
University of California, Los Angeles
Gregory Leslie, University of California, Los Angeles
Soledad Prillaman, Harvard University
Amber Spry, Columbia University
Tye Rush, University of California, Los Angeles
Patricia Posey, University of Pennsylvania
Christine Slaughter, University of California, Los Angeles
Juan Tellez, Duke University
Chinbo Chong, University of Michigan
Elias Assaf, The Ohio State University
The 2017 Application cycle opened on June 12, 2017 and closed on July 7, 2017.