Loyola University Maryland

Psychology

Second Year Master's Student Awarded STAY Fellowship

Kamala Mallik-Kane

Kamala Mallik-Kane, a second-year student in the Masters of Clinical Psychology Program – Practitioner Track, has been awarded the Services for Transition Age Youth (STAY) fellowship through American Psychology Association's Minority Fellowship Program.

The STAY fellowship is funded by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to “support terminal master’s level training in psychology that seeks to promote culturally competent mental health services for ethnic minority transition age youth and their families and increase the number of ethnic minority service providers in psychology who are providing mental health services for this population.” This award also includes a stipend, as well special training opportunities.

Congratulations to Kamala Mallik-Kane on being awarded this wonderful opportunity.

Michael Ashley-Mennis
Alumni

Michael Ashley-Mennis

This 2010 grad, who teaches social studies at a Catholic institution, developed his passion for education at Loyola

Psychology