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Offered by The Melissa Institute for Violence Prevention and Treatment
The Belfer-Aptman Scholars Award for Dissertation Research is a fantastic opportunity for graduate students who are passionate about violence prevention and/or treatment. This award provides financial support for expenses directly related to dissertation research, such as subject fees, computer time, and equipment. Please note that the award cannot be used for tuition, personal travel, or personal expenses. To apply, submit a thesis proposal and a brief 300-500 word abstract of your proposed study. Additionally, a letter of recommendation from your dissertation advisor is required. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to research violence prevention and start your career in helping others.
The Melissa Institute for Violence Prevention and Treatment was established in honor of Melissa Aptman, a Miami native and Washington University student who was unjustly murdered two weeks before her graduation. In her legacy, the Institute honors her memory and make a difference by working to prevent violence and assist victims. Their services include education, training and consultation, community service and research support.
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
To apply for this scholarship, submit the below application materials before the deadline.
Resume or CV
Letter of Recommendation
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