CSWE Doctoral Fellowships in Social Work for Ethnic Minority Students Specializing in Mental Health
Awarded by Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)
To educate leaders of the nation's next generation of mental health researchers.
Applicants should demonstrate potential for, and interest in, mental health research, as well as potential for success in doctoral studies and commitment to a career in mental health research.
Applicants must be citizens of the United States of America or permanent residents, including, but not limited to, persons who are American Indian or Alaskan Native, Asian or Pacific Islander, Chinese, East Indian and other South Asians, Filipino, Hawaiian, Japanese, Korean or Samoan, black or Hispanic, e.g. Mexican or Chicano, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American. This programme is open to students who have a Master's degree in social work and who will begin full-time study leading to a doctoral degree in social work or are currently enrolled as full-time students in a doctoral social work programme.
- Dependent on funds available
1 year, although the award is renewable upon reapplication if the Fellow maintains satisfactory progress towards degree objectives and funding is available
Monthly stipends to help defray living expenses. Tuition support provided according to the National Insititute of Health tuition formula.
Applicants must write to the CSWE for an application pack and further information or visit the website.
The Division of Epidemiology and Services Research, NIMH
The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) provides national leadership and a forum for collective action designed to ensure the preparation of competent and committed social work professionals. Founded in 1952, CSWE is a non-profit, tax exempt, national organization representing 2,700 individual members as well as 650 graduate and undergraduate programmes of professional social work education. CSWE's goals include improving the quality of social work education, preparing competent human service professionals and developing new programmes to meet the demands of the changing services delivery systems.