Kevin and Harriette McCaul Psychology Endowment
The Kevin and Harriette McCaul Psychology Endowment allows for funding to attend a professional conference where you are presenting an accepted paper or poster. Qualifications for this endowment are that you are a properly enrolled student in the College of Science and Mathematics at NDSU with a declared Psychology major during the disbursement period of the award. The final choice of the recipients of the award shall be made by the Chair of the Department of Psychology. To apply for funding from this endowment, you must submit a request to the department Chair, along with details of which conference you will be attending, and what you will be presenting. Undergraduates with any level of authorship can apply for funds up to $500. Graduate students may apply for this endowment after you have used your allocated department travel funds to attend another conference.
For more information, contact Debra McDonough in Minard 232B8, or at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 707-231-8607.
|FUND NAME||FUND PURPOSE|
|Psychology Department Fund||This is our general fund. A committee will either authorize expenditures directly or reallocate money to one of the other funds as need determines. Examples of uses include defraying the expenses to bring in colloquium guests and consultants, department award ceremonies, or aid to the Red River Undergraduate Psychology Conference.|
|Dr. Patricia A. Beatty Psychology Endowment||Scholarship awarded to students following sophomore year based on academic excellence|
|William W. Beatty Endowment Fund||To support the education and professional development of junior, senior and graduate students in psychology, especially through promotion of research opportunities and resources|
|E. V. Estensen Memorial Fund||Students awards for academic and research achievements|
|Kevin & Harriette McCaul Psychology Endowment||To support student travel to attend a professional conference or meeting for which they have had a paper or poster accepted for presentation|
|Psychology Department Research Fund||Supports honors theses, graduate student theses, and undergraduate research fellowships|
|Psychology Endowment Fund||Faculty development|