No longer accepting applications.
Next round of fellowships will be available in Spring 2021.
New Dr. Elizabeth L. Glisky Endowed Fellowship in Psychology
Drs. Jeffrey N. Younggren and Garnett S. Stokes Endowed Fellowship
This fellowship is made possible by a generous gift from Drs. Jeffrey N. Younggren and Garnett S. Stokes to fund a full-time graduate student in Psychology who is in good academic standing, has financial need and has a demonstrated interest, and aptitude in forensic psychology. The one-time award is for $1,000 and will be awarded in the fall semester. More information along with a list of required materials and application can be found here.
Psychology Graduate Fellowship in Emotion and Grief
This fellowship is made possible by a generous gift to Psychology to fund a full-time graduate student in Psychology who is in good academic standing and has a demonstrated interest in emotions and grief. The award is for $21, 838 which is comparable to a .25 GA position and will be paid over the course of two semesters (Fall 2020 and Spring 2021). More information along with a list of required materials and application can be found here.
Alfred W. Kaszniak Graduate Fellowship Endowment
Nomination required. If you feel you qualify and would like to be nominated please contact/discuss with your advisor. In honor of Alfred W. Kaszniak's enormous contribution to the field of neuropsychology and his commitment to graduate training and mentorship. The Department of Psychology solicited donations from colleagues, friends, and students for the Alfred W. Kaszniak Graduate Fellowship Endowment. The amount of the award for FY 2020-21 is $2,000. This is a one-time award that will be awarded in the fall semester.
- first-year graduate student in the Psychology Ph.D. program who is in good academic standing
- enrolled in full-time study during the year that the fellowship is awarded;
- has an outstanding record of academic achievement and demonstrated potential to be a researcher; and
- is engaging in neuropsychology research, with a preference for emotion and aging.