The scholarship is awarded, at the discretion of the selection committee, on the basis of the feasibility of the proposed project; and the contribution the learning is likely to make to the understanding of the impact of stress in the community or workplace; and other evidence that may be considered relevant by the selection committee. The recipient will be required to acknowledge the scholarship in all publications and presentation of the research.
– Students who are enrolled in the Master of Mental Health program. – Enrolled in the course entitled Independent Mental Health Project A in semester 1. – Intend to enroll in the course entitled Independent Mental Health Project B in either the following semester or the year immediately following. – Undertaking an Independent Mental Health Project in the broad research area of stress and trauma in the community or workplace.