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Funding and Prizes

For ISSBD Research and Travel Grants, click here.

US National Science Foundation launches a new program (GROW) for US graduate students to study globaly

In an era of globalization of research excellence, an international research experience is rapidly becoming an integral part of an outstanding graduate education. Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide (GROW) is a partnership between NSF and international funding agencies to provide NSF Graduate Research Fellows with expanded opportunities to enhance professional development through research collaborations at top-caliber science and engineering research sites overseas.

See this link for information on how to apply.

Esther Katz Rosen Fellowship

This fellowship supports activities related to the psychological understanding of gifted and talented children and adolescents. Up to $20,000 for one-year graduate fellowships are available. The Rosen Fund was established in 1974 by a generous bequest from Dr. Esther Katz Rosen. She wanted to ensure the future of the advancement and application of knowledge about gifted children.

The amount of the award is up to $20,000 for a one-year graduate student fellowship.

Click here to learn more about this opportunity.

Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize

The Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize awards outstanding scientific contributions of individuals from all disciplines aiming at the improvement of young people's development and perspectives worldwide.

The Jacobs Foundation was founded in Zurich by entrepreneur Klaus J. Jacobs in 1989. The Jacobs Foundation allocates a budget of approximately 35 million Swiss francs per year to fund research projects, intervention programs and scientific institutions. It is committed to scientific excellence and evidence-based research.

EARA-SRA Summer School

Since 2001, the European Association for Research on Adolescence (EARA) has hosted summer schools to train doctoral researchers. With the financial backing of the Jacobs Foundation (see the, the schools provided important training opportunities for junior European scholars

The summer school is now jointly sponsored by EARA and the Society for Research on Adolescence (SRA), with past schools held in Turin, Italy; Vancouver, Canada; Orebro, Sweden; and Tucson, USA. The 2012 summer school in Spetses, Greece was the fifth EARA-SRA school and the seventh sponsored by the Jacobs Foundation.

For more information on the EARA-SRA summer school, please visit:

EARA 2020 conference goes virtual! Read more here:


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