Below is the Deadline Calendar for the Parapsychology Foundation’s Grants and Scholarships. Scoll down for more information or click on the Deadline below or on the Navigation Buttons above. If you still have questions after you have browsed the site, do not hesitate to drop us a line at email@example.com.
Scholarly Incentive Award (Travel)
Coly Grant for Research
Applications Accepted Year-Round
2009 Garrett Library Fellowship
Garrett Library Visiting Scholar Program
Scholarly Incentive Award (General)
Deadlines in 2009
Bolton Fellowship Deadline: February 15th, 2009
Garrett Scholarship Deadline: July 15th, 2009
Tart Award Deadline: October 15th, 2009
Coly Prize Deadline: October 15th, 2009
The Eileen Coly Grant for Research is available for universities, laboratories, scientists, scholars, clinicians, and individuals conducting original research or experimentation that furthers parapsychology’s goals. For more information, click on “Grant Program” above.
The Eileen J. Garrett Scholarship is available for undergraduate and graduate students who are completing parapsychology degree programs or conducting parapsychological research as part of their degree requirements. For more information click on “Garrett” above.
The Frances P. Bolton Fellowship provides post-doctoral support for individuals whose thesis or dissertation either focused on or included parapsychological research. For more information click on “Bolton” above.
The Eileen J. Garrett Library Fellowship provides support for a serious student aged 21 years or older or a teaching, research or other professional to spend one week in residence at the Garrett Library. For more information click here.
The Eileen J. Garrett Library Visiting Scholar Program allows self-funded scholars, researchers, artists, writers, and post-graduate students aged 21 years or older to take up residency at the library for an extended period of time. Although no financial support is provided, library staff commit to being on hand through out the residency period. For more information on the program click here.
Awards for Students, Scholars, Researchers, and Writers
The Charles T. Tart and Judith A. Tart Student Scholarly Incentive Award is available for undergraduate and graduate students conducting research. For more information click on “Tart” above.
The Robert R. Coly Prize is an essay contest for undergraduate and graduate students who are completing degree programs in other fields but who have strong interests in parapsychology. For more information click on “Coly” above.
The D. Scott Rogo Award for Parapsychological Literature provides support for writers with a book project in parapsychology. For more information click on “Rogo” above.
The General Scholarly Incentive Award is available for students, researchers and scholars who need additional funding to complete degree programs or projects. For more information click on “Incentive” on the navigation bar above.
The Travel Incentive Award provides support for individuals traveling to parapsychology conventions to present papers. For more information click on “Incentive” above.
Sequential Support for Exceptional Students
With the inauguration of the Robert R. Coly Prize, the Foundation has conceptualized the four main academic awards and scholarships as a suite of funding opportunities designed to support exceptional students with career aspirations in parapsychology throughout their educational experience. From the Charles T. and Judith A. Tart Student Incentive Award for Parapsychological Research of $500 for undergraduate and graduate students with specific research goals, to the Robert R. Coly Prize of $1000, to the Eileen J. Garrett Scholarship of $3000 for undergraduate or graduate students who are enrolled in accredited parapsychology degree programs and/or who are completing masters or doctoral programs with research projects that include parapsychology, and to the Frances P. Bolton Fellowship of $3000 which supports the continued work of new Ph.D.s whose doctoral research included parapsychology, these four awards can aid worthy students who begin with an undergraduate research project and continue on through the Ph.D.
Needless to say, then, becoming a recipient of one of the Foundation’s grants and awards, does NOT make an individual ineligible for further funding from the Foundation.
For more information on the above grants and awards, and for applications forms, please browse through the rest of this section, or purchase a “Scholarship Information Pack” by clicking here.