The Social Processes of HIV/AIDS Training Program, Co-Directed by Dr. Seth Kalichman and Dr. Lisa Eaton, is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).  The program is based at the Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy (InCHIP) at the University of Connecticut.  The program provides doctoral students at the University of Connecticut with training in social, behavioral, and clinical aspects of HIV disease prevention and treatment. The program is currently in its 12th year, and has supported, to date, 23 graduate students. Students enrolled in the training program receive a full 12-month stipend, and generous funding for travel and research expenses. As part of the training program, students work closely with mentors, participate in seminars, and gain valuable research and grant writing skills. Graduate students (in doctoral-level programs, e.g., PhD, DNP, DrPH, DSW) and faculty mentors from any department/school or campus location across the University of Connecticut are eligible to apply. Our goal is to develop and train the next generation of social and behavioral science researchers and professionals in the fight against HIV/AIDS.