The Graduate School at Washington State University is committed to providing financial assistance to graduate students, with several programs designed for underrepresented, high-achieving groups. Our goal is to ensure that all students have access to the benefits of a superior academic experience.
Our scholarships and fellowships are offered to students in all academic fields of study. For example, Mason Burley is working on an independent interdisciplinary doctoral degree focused on improving treatment utilization for individuals with serious mental illness. He is the 2016 recipient of a Graduate School scholarship for interdisciplinary research. He recently had a research article published in the Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy looking at the value of the Spokane Prescription Assistance Network, which helps low-income patients get free and reduced-price medications.
Your donations to Graduate School scholarship funds will assist graduate students like Mason in reaching their aspirations and goals.
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