MHS Assessments Scholarship (712240302801)

TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR A NON ENDOWED FUND
 
NAME OF NON ENDOWED FUND
 

MHS Assessments Scholarship

INTRODUCTION

This fund was generously created by MHS Assessments. A leading publisher of scientifically validated assessments for more than 30 years, Multi-Health Systems Inc. (MHS) serves clients in educational, clinical, corporate, public safety, government, military, pharmaceutical, and research settings. MHS has grown to become an international company with products sold in more than 75 countries and translated into over 50 languages. With offices in North America and partners around the world, MHS is dedicated to strong product growth, an optimal user experience, and being digitally and globally driven.
 
PURPOSE OF FUND
Award a scholarship to a doctoral student or postdoctoral fellow at the School of Psychology who is conducting research in the area of emotional intelligence, ADHD, children’s depression or anxiety, autism, or gifted children.
 
SCHOLARSHIP DETAILS
Eligibility Criteria
The applicant must:
  1. be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident, a person with the protected/refugee status or an international student;
  2. be registered as a full-time doctoral student or postdoctoral fellow at the School of Psychology of the Faculty of Social Sciences; and
  3. be conducting research in the area of emotional intelligence, ADHD, children’s depression or anxiety, autism, or gifted children.

 
Note: Students on paid internship during the scholarship year are not eligible.
 
Value of the award:                        $15,000
Number of awards:                        One
Frequency of the award:              Annual
Level or program of study:           PhD or postdoctoral
Application contact:                      Program Administrator, School of Psychology
Application deadline:                    May 15
Start and end of scholarship:     September 1st to August 31st (payable in 3 installments at the beginning of each semester)
 
APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Applications must be made through Online Scholarships and Bursaries, which can be accessed through the uoZone portal, and should include:
1.      the Curriculum Vitae on Online Scholarships and Bursaries;
2.      a letter from the applicant detailing the research he/she is conducting; and
3.      two letters of reference, including one from the applicant’s supervisor.

Note: Postdoctoral fellows who cannot access Online Scholarships and Bursaries may apply directly at the School of Psychology.