The Dickinson Fellowship Program provides advanced, specialized training for students pursuing vocations in the area of mental health. Fellowships are awarded to undergraduate and graduate students in psychology; marriage and family therapy; and nursing. Upon receipt of the award, fellows participate in a full academic year's sequence of readings, seminars, conferences, field work and other training experiences, as directed by faculty mentors from both the School of Health Sciences and the School of Psychology, Family and Community.
The purpose of this fellowship is to provide training and funds for tuition and related educational expenses to undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Psychology, Family and Community and the School of Health Sciences who have a calling to work with persons and their families who are impacted by severe and persistent mental health conditions.
This is a one time award. The award amounts for the 2009-2010 academic year cover tuition, fees and related educational expenses up to the amounts listed below. Awards are based on the full time vs. part time status of the student and therefore may not be for the entire amount listed below
- Doctoral Student in Psychology (2): $6,500.00
- Marriage and Family Therapy Masters Student (2): $6,500.00
- Masters of Science in Nursing (2): $6,500.00
- Bachelors of Science or Arts in Psychology (2): $3,000.00
- Bachelors of Science in Nursing (2): $3,000.00
- Over all GPA must be 3.0 (An official SPU transcript must accompany application)
- Student Status as noted below:
Doctoral Students in Psychology who will have completed the 1st year by autumn of the award year (44 credits, including course CPY 7220 in their 1st summer).
Master Students in Marriage and Family Therapy Program who will have completed 30 credits by autumn of the award year, or who are in the 2nd or 3rd year of their program and who have completed the course MFT 6600 Psychopathology and Family Therapy.
Masters of Science in Nursing Program students who will have completed the 1st year of their course work (NUR 6970, 6971 and 6972) by the start of the award year.
Bachelors Students in Nursing or Psychology must be at least junior standing in Nursing or sophomore in Psychology to apply. Nursing students applying cannot be part of the Nursing SPRINT team for winter 09.
- Application form and instructions available [here]
- Applications due to Living Well Program/Dickinson Fellowship by April 1, 2011
For more information visit the Living Well Initiative website.