Belfer-Aptman Scholars Award for Dissertation Research
Deadline for submission by mail: Postmarked by April 1, 2020
The Melissa Institute for Violence Prevention and Treatment is a non-profit organization providing education, training and consultative services established to honor the memory of Melissa Aptman, a Miami native who was murdered in May 1995. The Melissa Institute is offering up to three (3) scholarship awards at $3,500 each to support violence prevention dissertation research. The awards are available to doctoral students from any discipline which addresses issues of violence prevention and/or treatment. The award must be used to support expenses that are directly related to the dissertation research (e.g., subject fees, equipment, etc). It may not be used for tuition, personal travel or personal expenses. Visit https://melissainstitute.org/scholarships/ to see previous award recipients.
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For questions, contact:
Elise Suna, LMFT