The Pittsburgh Foundation

Dr. John Knox Hall, Jr. Scholarship Fund The Dr. John Knox Hall, Jr. Scholarship Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation was created in memory of Dr. John Knox Hall, Jr., a professor of psychology at the University of Pittsburgh, to benefit a junior or senior majoring in psychology at the University of Pittsburgh.

Average Award: $3,800
Award Type: Single-Year Award
Deadline: Inquire in the school's Financial Aid Office.

Criteria

  • Attend the University of Pittsburgh as an undergraduate junior or senior majoring in psychology.
  • Pursue a degree or studies in psychology.
  • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

How to Apply

  • Complete the application by clicking the blue button above.
  • Complete the essay section of the application.
  • Submit one letter of reference from an individual who is not related to you.
  • Submit your unofficial transcripts.

Contact

  • Jana M. Iverson, Ph.D.Professor of Psychology and Director of Undergraduate Studies. Email: jiverson@pitt.edu