|Psi Chi Graduate Scholarships|
Psi Chi Graduate Scholarships
The Psi Chi Graduate Scholarships help defray the direct educational costs (e.g., tuition, institutional fees, required textbooks) of exceptional Psi Chi students attending graduate school.
Eight scholarships of $3,000 each are awarded annually for a total of $24,000.
All applications are due to the application portal by July 15.
The application portal will open approximately no later than 30 days before the deadline.
During the time the application portal is closed, the program details of the previous round may be viewed by clicking the Preview/Apply button below.
Vanessa Ortiz Rosado
Ponce Health Sciences UniversityVanessa is an puerto rican young lady studying a PhD in Clinical Psychology in Ponce Health Sciences University. She loves to learn and to promote knowledge to others but her main goal is to help everyone to live with healthy minds, bodies and souls.
Jons Hopkins UniversityMagdalyn "Maggie" Fiore earned her B.S. in Psychology from Mount St. Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Maryland, where she served as vice president of her campus Psi Chi chapter. Maggie is now pursuing her M.A. in Science Writing from Johns Hopkins University.
Irene Hernandez De La Cruz
California State University-Los AngelesIrene Hernandez is a graduate student studying psychology at California State University, Los Angeles. Her research focuses primarily on personality, sexual risk behaviors, and health disparities among HIV+ individuals. Irene plans to obtain a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and build a career as a clinician, researcher, and professor.
Lisbon University InstituteGabriela Heermans received a bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Vermont. She pursued research on cultural perspectives of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder within Bhutanese refugee populations in Burlington, Vermont. She currently works with refugee populations and will persue research to help refugees in the future.
San Diego State UniversityJulie Ton-Vuong is an first year student to San Diego State University's Master's of Science program in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. As her career goal, she would like to work towards improving organizational environments and employee satisfaction through internal consulting.
University of ValenciaRowan Mulligan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Leadership Studies Sequence from Claremont McKenna College. As an aspiring Industrial-Organizational psychologist, she envisions a career based on the fusion of theory and praxis. She plans to develop the field of mindfulness and facilitate its application into real-world settings.
Columbia University, Teachers CollegeMarian Calle graduated from Rutgers University-Newark in 2016 with a BA in English, and again in 2018 with a BA in Psychology. This fall, she will embark on a master's program in Psychological Counseling at Columbia University Teachers College, with a concentration in Bilingual Latina/o Mental Health Counseling.
University of California, Los Angeles
Jordan Thomas is a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles. A graduate of Connecticut College, she previously served as a Research Associate at Yale University's School of Public Health. Her research interests include topics in women's health psychology, particularly sexual health.