Educational Psychology Students Earn APA Fellowships

May 8, 2017

Three Educational Psychology master’s students, Patricia Kottaridis, Amy Blum, and Komal Sawani, received fellowships totaling $18,000 from the American Psychological Association’s (APA’s) Minority Fellowship Program. The Minority Fellowship Program is a federally funded training program for ethnic and racial minority researchers and service providers. 

The program’s Services for Transition Age Youth Fellowship awards terminal master’s students intending to work with transition-age youth (16-25 years old) and their families $6,000 fellowships.  The fellowships are provided through a federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration grant.

In addition to the funding, the students will travel to Washington, D.C., for specialized training during the Psychology Summer Institute.

For more information about the fellowship, visit the APA website.