Frances Fowler Wallace Memorial Award for Mental Health Dissertation Research
The Frances Fowler Wallace Memorial Award supports doctoral dissertation research on "the cause, treatment, cure and prevention of mental disease, mental illness and mental disorders." Relevant areas of focus include historically underserved populations, rural communities, prevention and early intervention, social determinants of health and mental health, and community conditions that influence mental health and well-being.
Award recipients must provide a copy of the final dissertation to the foundation.
Doctoral candidates in nursing, psychology, social work, sociology, and other fields relevant to mental health programs at institutions of higher education in Texas are eligible to apply. Dissertations may be quantitative or qualitative in design and the dissertation proposal must have been successfully defended before submitting an application.
Up to $3,000 for research-related expenses such as survey mailings, software, participant stipends, travel, and training.
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