Student award

ICEP 2023 – Student Award

Conference Fee Waivers for Students

To support students with limited access to funding opportunities, ICEP 2023 is excited to be able to offer EIGHT (8) fee waivers – worth up to €380 each.

Seven student attendees will be supported by funds from ICEP and IAAP Division 4 (ICEP Studentship Funds) and this is open to applicants from any area of environmental psychology.

The eighth award is part of the Vienna-Delcroix Prize in Oceans, Health and Well-Being and will be awarded to a student researching in the area of marine and ocean psychology.*

Key criteria

1.    Acceptance of talk or poster at the ICEP 2023
2.    Research excellence and innovation
3.    GDP per capita ranking of the country where the student is registered (priority           will be given to lower-ranking countries)

Decisions on the seven ICEP fee waivers will be made by members of the Conference Steering Committee. Decisions on the Vienna-Delcroix scholarship will be made by Mathew White & Sabine Pahl (Uni. Vienna).

Applications for all awards should contain:
•    Proof of PhD student enrolment;
•    An extended 500 word abstract of the work to be presented;
•    And a 2 page CV.

How to Participate
Please send ICEP fee waiver applications to by 20 February 2023.
Please send Vienna-Delcroix scholarship applications to   by 20 February 2023.

The award winners will be notified by 6 March (two weeks before the early bird deadline for conference registration). Decisions of the committee will be final. Funds not awarded in 2023 will be carried over to ICEP 2025.

* ICEP 2023 Vienna-Delcroix Scholarship (€1,000)
Using funds from the Delcroix Prize in Oceans & Human Health, the research team in the Environmental Psychology Group at the University of Vienna invite applications for a €1,000 scholarship from Students and Early Career Researchers in the emerging field of Marine Psychology to be used to present their work at the ICEP 2023 in Aarhus, Denmark. Applications are welcome from all areas of Marine Psychology including, but not limited to, psychologically related aspects of tackling marine pollution, protecting marine species, and promoting psychological health through marine activities etc. Applications from students/ECRs in Low and Middle Income Countries are especially welcome. The scholarship is intended to cover conference fees as well as (the majority of) travel and accommodation. Applicants should send an extended abstract of 500 words describing the work in Marine Psychology they wish to present at ICEP 2023 highlighting their specific role, and a short 2-page CV to Mathew White (