Education & Training: Fellowships

Daniel Katz Dissertation Fellowship in Psychology and Survey Methodology

The purpose of the fellowship is to support a doctoral student in Psychology writing his or her dissertation on a project at the intersection of survey methodology and psychology.

Beginning with the 2014-2015 award, the Fellowship will support students in MPSM and Psychology in alternate years.

The 2019 Award is open to Ph.D. Candidates in Psychology, while the 2020 Award will be open to Ph.D. Candidates in Survey Methodology.

Eligibility

Applicants must be candidates and must have completed all the requirements for a Ph.D. in Psychology except the dissertation defense. The award provides a stipend of $25,000, usually over 12 months. The Psychology Student Academic Affairs Office will pay for the recipient’s Grad Care during the fellowship period and the final term of tuition. The recipient can elect to begin the award during the Spring/Summer or Fall term. The award does not prevent the recipient from holding simultaneous appointments as a GSRA or GSI.

Terms

The award provides a stipend of $22,000, usually over 12 months. The Psychology Student Academic Affairs Office will pay for the recipient’s Grad Care during the fellowship period and the final term of tuition. The recipient can elect to begin the award during the Spring/Summer or Fall term. The award does not prevent the recipient from holding simultaneous appointments as a GSRA or GSI.

Application Procedures

For more information, as well as application procedures and deadlines, please visit the Daniel Katz Dissertation Fellowship webpage.