Human Development, Learning and Culture doctoral candidate, Miriam Miller, has been selected as one of 31 Ph.D. candidates across all UBC fields of study to receive the 2016-2017 Killam Doctoral Scholarship!
In 2015, Miriam defended her Master’s thesis at UBC, titled: Teachers’ Emotion Regulation as a Protective Factor Against Burnout (Learn More)
The Killam Doctoral Scholarships are provided each year from the Izaak Walton Killam Memorial Fund for Advanced Studies and are awarded to the top doctoral candidates in the annual Tri-Agency/Affiliated Fellowships competition. These scholarships are available to students in all disciplines and provide up to $30,000 per year plus a $2,000 research travel allowance over a two-year term.
Learn more about UBC’s Killam awards and fellowships.