Dear Students: Consider doing a project that would be worthy of presentation to 
the SCiP Meeting.

Here is a link to information about the society:

Link to Society for Computers in Psychology

Prize for Student Papers: The student must be the primary
author and the presenter of the paper. The winning author will
receive a one-year membership in the Society, a one-year subscription
to BRMIC, and a $100 cash prize. Students who wish to have their
papers considered for the award should indicate their desire at the
time of submission, and are required to submit the complete
manuscript for evaluation for the competition by September 1, 2001.
The award for the outstanding student paper will be presented at the
conference during the business meeting.

All submission should include:
(A) The title of the paper.
(B) The names and institutional affiliations of all authors as they
should appear in the program.
(C) The name, postal address, email address, and telephone numbers of
the corresponding author.
(D) A 50-75 word abstract for inclusion in the program.
(E) The symposium, if any, for which the paper is being contributed.
(F) The requested time allowance for presenting the paper (generally
10 to 20 minutes)
(G) Any audio-visual aids required (note that computers and
projectors are typically not provided by SCiP).
(H) Indicate whether the paper is to be considered for the Castellan
Student Award.
(I)  Submission type (paper, poster, symposium, tutorial).
(J) Indicate whether you would be willing to chair a session.
(K) Summary of 1,000 words