Support APSA programs and diversity in the profession on #GivingTuesday (November 28, 2017), a global day for giving back!
APSA is committed to advancing outstanding scholarship, especially as the discipline seeks to better our understanding of a complex and rapidly-changing world. This year, please support us as we further this commitment by making a gift to funds that broaden our support and recognition of research and career achievement in the fields of race, ethnicity and politics, gender and politics, and sexuality and politics.
Contribute to APSA research funds supporting research grants on these topics, like the Rita Mae Kelly Fund, Fund for Latino Scholarship, Women and Politics Fund, and the Marguerite Ross Barnett Fund. Your gift will help APSA increase the number of grants that we can give to scholars requesting support, as well as the size of each grant we make.
Similarly, a gift to the Ralph Bunche Fund or the Prestage-Fenno Fund will help further the professional advancement of students from under-represented racial and ethnic backgrounds conducting undergraduate research at the Ralph Bunche Summer Institute. You can also support one of APSA’s awards recognizing outstanding scholarship in these fields, like the Victoria Schuck Award, Kenneth Sherrill Prize, and Hanes Walton, Jr. Award.