26th Annual Conference
Registration and Call for Papers Now Open!!!!
October 1 & 2, 2015
Workshops September 30th
Conference rate of $139 for a single or double room until September 30th, 2015
V. Mark Durand and Jim Johnston
Gina Green, Melissa Nosik, Judith Ursitti, Jill Pettinger,
Bob LaRue, Richard Serna, Mary McDonald
NYSABA Social – bring your dancing shoes!
DJ, cash bar
October 1st from 9:00 pm to 1:00 am
See below for an exciting opportunity to obtain funding for your research! NYSABA is extending its deadline for applications for the research award described below.
NYSABA's Behavior Change for a Sustainable World Student Research Award
Purpose: To support student research using behavior analysis concepts and principles to promote sustainable practices/environmentally friendly behavior change. Any applied, basic, or translational study to be conducted as an undergraduate honors thesis, master's thesis, or doctoral dissertation with a primary goal of increasing understanding of human behavior and environmental preservation/enhancement is eligible for consideration.
Eligibility: student member of NYSABA; enrolled in a college/university in New York State OR a resident of New York State who attends a college/university outside of New York State
Application: Click here
Attach 3-page maximum description (1-inch margins, 12-point Times New Roman font, double spaced) including the background for study; purpose/importance; research question to be addressed; outline of method; commitment to present results at future NYSABA conference and to submit an article for publication based on the study (should results warrant).
Also attach letter of support from student's faculty advisor confirming applicant is eligible and expected to conduct his/her thesis/dissertation research on this topic during the upcoming year.
Updated Application Deadline: April 15, 2015
Selection of awardee: NYSABA board will review applications and select recipient. NYSABA board will send money to recipient contingent upon letter from faculty advisor stating that student's proposal has been accepted.
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