The fellowship is open to candidates enrolled in studies in Human Ecology including Family and Consumer Sciences, at the masters or doctoral level. The applicant must be accepted or enrolled in a post-graduate program in Canada at the time of application.
The evolving studies in Human Ecology include: human nutrition, food science, housing/shelter and aesthetics, architecture, financial resource management, clothing and textiles, family relations, human sexuality, and human development.
B.Sc. Psychology and Health Studies, 2016, Queen’s University
M.Sc. Clinical Psychology, 2022, Queen’s University
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, 2022-2026, Queen’s University
Julia is currently completing her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and looks forward to continuing her studies at the doctoral level researching and working with young Indigenous peoples.
Julia’s doctoral research will be in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s call for improvement of post-secondary education outcomes and amendment of gaps in access to psychological wellness services among Indigenous peoples. Her results will inform development of culturally appropriate and safe campus service provision for Indigenous post-secondary students.