DOP Student Prizes for Excellence
As part of the DOP’s commitment to encouraging students to enter the profession of occupational psychology, we will be presenting three student awards for 2013.
The three awards are:
1st Award: £1000, plus free daily admission to the DOP Conference 2013, and up to £150 towards travel and accommodation.
2nd Award: £750, plus free daily admission to the DOP Conference 2013, and up to £150 towards travel and accommodation
3rd Award: £500, plus free daily admission to the DOP Conference 2013, and up to £150 towards travel and accommodation.
The awards will be made to those students submitting project outlines (past or present) which, in the opinion of a panel of distinguished academic and practitioner judges, make the most valuable contribution to the field of occupational psychology in the 21st century.
The presentation of the awards will take place at the DOP annual Conference. All winners should ensure that they are able to attend the conference. The first-prize winner will be given a programme slot to present their research project.
Submissions are welcome from undergraduates, postgraduates and doctorate students who are, or have been, on a Society-accredited course or programme of study.
Projects must represent past or current research, not planned.
The project must have been carried out within the past two years.
In the case of current projects, these must have commenced and have at least preliminary findings.
How to nominate
To apply, please use one of the methods below:
You can submit using the online
version of the application form
The application form includes a succinct summary of the project (maximum 2,000 words) with a clear indication of what has been achieved. If required, the judges may later ask for data to substantiate your findings. You will also be asked to explain why the project is worthy of consideration. Your project supervisor and his/her contact details are also required.
Once you have completed the Word Version, please send it to email@example.com.
The deadline for submissions is Friday, 1st November 2013. Please note: nominations are accepted at any time before this date - no need to wait for the deadline!