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College of Psychology Scholarship Opportunities
This scholarship is available to students currently matriculated in a College of Psychology counseling program. The College of Psychology Master’s Alumni Scholarship Fund is funded through an endowment established with funds donated by alumni from the College of Psychology counseling programs. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to outstanding College of Psychology master’s students in the counseling program.
NSU Scholarships Search
Background: The College of Psychology Master’s Alumni Scholarship is funded through an endowment established with funds donated by alumni from the College of Psychology counseling programs. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to outstanding College of Psychology master’s students in the counseling program.
Pacifica Graduate Institute Scholarship Programs
Pacifica is pleased to provide the following institutional scholarship opportunities. Educational Assistance awards are not automatically renewed. Prior recipients, although encouraged to are not guaranteed a continued award. The number and amount of individual awards is contingent upon the number of eligible applications received. Offered to new and returning students based on extreme financial hardship and strong academic excellence. The award is $1,000 to be equally divided between four quarters. This scholarship is not renewable and students must each academic year. Applicants should show high financial need and strong academic excellence. Pacifica Graduate Institute will match up to $12,500 per year, tuition support offered by an incoming student’s employer, non-profit organization, sponsoring member of the community, or foundation.
Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship Alcohol and Other Drugs PCBH
The Postdoctoral Fellowship position requires both graduation from an APA-accredited doctoral program in Counseling or Clinical Psychology and completion of an APA-accredited doctoral internship. The university Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology has been accredited by the American Psychological Association since 1973 and was one of the first university counseling services to earn this recognition.
Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology
Morris Award for Outstanding Contributions to Multicultural Counseling and Psychology. Award recognizes and honors outstanding doctoral students in counseling psychology.
Psychology Program Research Assistant 2 of 4 Psychology Counseling Reports to Dr. Ed Crawley The Research Assistant will be involved in all aspects of the research process from conducting library searches, to experimental design, data collection and analysis, public presentation of results, and grant writing. The Research Assistant is required to complete the Collaborative Institution Training Initiative Psychology Program Research Assistant 3 of 4 Psychology and Counseling Department Reports to Lindsay Morton This half-time graduate assistantship provides the opportunity to collaborate on psychological research. Psychology and Counseling Department Reports to Lindsay Phillips The graduate assistantship under the supervision of Dr. Lindsay Phillips engages the student in work to support diversity initiatives, research, and interdisciplinarity.
List of Scholarships
Michaels to support graduate students in the counseling program within the psychology department.
Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship Programs
UTHSCT Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship Programs are not accredited by the American Psychological Association. UTHSCT Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship Programs are a member of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers.
The scholarship memorializes victims from the university community and supports advanced academic studies to promote a better understanding of terrorism, strategies for countering it, and policies for preventing it. Scholarship:$2,000 annual award to a John Jay graduate student Finalists will be selected by the College Scholarship Committee and will have a personal interview with the Alumni Scholarship Committee. Marina hopes to pursue a career in Federal law enforcement. Anne recently completed a Masters in Criminal Justice and the Terrorism Certificate program and is currently a Program Assistant with the Center on Terrorism and a Research Consultant for the Center on Global Counterterrorism Cooperation. Robert was the first recipient of the award given to a graduate student in honor of the many alumni who died in the September 11th attacks.
Graduate Employment, Fellowship and Scholarship Opportunities
Awarded principally on the basis of scholastic record to full-time Clinical Counseling Psychology graduate students, new and returning.