Graduate student funding opportunity

icd logoThe Institute for Challenging Disorganization (ICD) is inviting graduate students pursuing either a master’s or doctoral degree in Portland, Oregon to submit research proposals in topic areas related to chronic disorganization.

Each year at ICD’s educational conference, grants are awarded to students in support of local university student projects. Grants will be offered to three student projects: two grants of approximately $500 each; one grant of $1000.

All grantees must commit to participate in a panel presentation at which they present findings during the 2016 ICD Conference to be held in Portland, Oregon, Sept. 22-24, 2016.

Click here for proposal submission guidelines. Proposals must be submitted by Monday, Feb. 15 Feb. 29 to grants@challengingdisorganization.org. Winners are notified in late April/early May.

Questions? Contact Kathie England at kathie@timeforsuccess.net.

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