Psychologists pursuing sustainable peace through scholarship and action …

The Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence
APA Division 48



Small Grants Available — Applications Due May 15

The Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Peace Psychology invites applications for small grants for research in peace psychology, development of peace psychology education programs, or community projects involving the application of peace psychology. The purpose of this grant program is to foster the development of the field of peace psychology worldwide through research, education, and the application of peace psychology in community projects. Complete detailed descriptions of the grant process and requirements can be found at Division 48 Small Grants Requirements and Application.

Highlights —

  • The funding available for small grants has been doubled for 2019 by the Executive Committee of APA Division 48: The Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence.

  • At least half the grants are awarded to graduate students or persons in their early careers (within 5 years after obtaining a terminal degree).

  • Grants between $300 and $2,000 may be used for travel (other than to conferences and conventions), staff, clerical assistance, materials, postage, and other budgeted expenses approved by the Small Grants Committee.

  • Applications will be accepted through May 15, 2019, with decisions announced July 6, 2019.

  • Complete detailed descriptions of the grant process and requirements can be found at Division 48 Small Grants Requirements and Application.

Highlights from Psychology & Peace 2018

Additional videos of featured speakers and master lectures will be posted in the coming days. Download the complete conference program — Psychology and Peace 2018 Conference Program.

Dr. Dorothy Espelage is Professor of Psychology at the University of Florida

Dr. Fathali Moghaddam is Editor of Peace & Conflict: The Journal of Peace Psychology. He is Professor of Psychology at Georgetown University and Director of the Interdisciplinary Program in Cognitive Science.

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  • Do you want to apply your expertise in your specialty of psychology to promoting peace?

  • Are you a student, professor, practitioner, or ally of peace psychology?

  • Do you advocate for peace, train peacemakers, or do research on peace, conflict, or violence?

  • Do you want to collaborate, participate, and celebrate peace with like-minded colleagues and friends?

If you answered YES to one or more of the "test" questions, please join us!