Josephine Wearmouth Memorial Doctoral Scholarship
This scholarship honors Josephine Wearmouth, a second-year psychology student at the University of British Columbia. It aims to inspire student leadership in mental health and empower students in campus mental health. It supports graduate research in suicide prevention to close the gaps currently experienced by young adults facing life threatening mental health challenges.
Donor Supporters of the University of Calgary
Field of Study Suicide Prevention, including precursors, with a focus on young adults
Value $4,500
Number One
Duration One year
Eligibility Open to students registered full-time in a doctoral program in the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Applicants must complete a statement of eligibility (approximately 300 words) demonstrating their research, commitment and leadership in improving mental health and/or addressing suicide prevention in the post-secondary population.
Citizenship Unrestricted
Where Tenable University of Calgary, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Category Special Awards
Apply Students should consult the Graduate Award Competition Guidelines at and complete the Graduate Award Scholarship application through the Student Centre.
Deadline Competition opens November 1. Deadlines vary by program. Contact your Graduate Program Administrator.
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