Tauber Fellowships in Clinical Psychology
The Tauber Fellowships in Clinical Psychology were established by Dr. Ingrid Tauber, a Clinical Psychologist in the San Francisco Bay Area and a graduate of both the Clinical Psychology PhD program and the Clinical Psychopharmacology Postdoctoral Master of Science program at the California School of Professional Psychology.
Funded by the Laszlo N. Tauber Family Foundation, the Tauber Fellowships seek to provide resources to help attract strong students into clinical doctoral programs in the San Francisco Bay Area. Tauber Fellowships are awarded to 3-5 incoming students each year in the Clinical Psychology doctoral programs in San Francisco, and provide each student with $10,000 in support per year for up to 4 years. Alliant International University guarantees a fifth year of support for Tauber Fellows in the PhD program.
Tauber Fellows are selected from among the national applicant pool for CSPP’s Clinical Psychology PsyD and PhD programs in San Francisco. The selection criteria emphasize the quality of the student’s preparation for the doctoral program and the likelihood that s/he will go on to make substantial contributions to the profession of clinical psychology.