Institution (Location)
McGill University
Start Date
January 4, 2016
Position Description

The Theories and Interventions in Exercise and Health Psychology (TIE) Laboratory in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at McGill University has 2 new doctoral scholarships available for January 2016. Two scholarships, valued at a minimum $15,000/ year for three years, are available to high-caliber students with interests in exercise and health psychology and/or health promotion

Candidate’s Qualifications (who should apply)

Ideal candidates will:
– Have a Master’s degree in exercise or health psychology or a related field
– Be competitive for external funding (i.e., GPA ? 3.8 [out of 4.0] and evidence of strong research potential)
– Have advanced communication and writing skills
* Strong statistical analysis skills are an asset

How to Apply

Applications are currently under review and new applications will be accepted until October 30th, 2015. Interested candidates should send a Curriculum Vitae, a copy of all university transcripts (unofficial copies will be accepted), a 250 word Statement of Interest, and contact information for two academic references to either Dr. Shane Sweet ([email protected]) or Dr. Lindsay Duncan ([email protected]).

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