Chicago School grant will help disadvantaged psychology students become doctors
August 16, 2016
News of The Chicago School receiving a $1.8 million grant from the federal government to give scholarships to disadvantaged students was announced in this article on the Chicago local news website, Loop North News, and quoted Dr. Tiffany Masson, newly appointed campus dean at the Chicago Campus.
The school has one of the top clinical psychology program in the nation, according to Dr. Tiffany Masson, the new dean of the Chicago campus. “The Chicago School’s mission has always been one of service to the community and we attract, educate, and train students who want to give back to underserved communities.”
About Dr. Tiffany Masson
Dr. Tiffany Masson obtained her Doctorate of Psychology in 2002. She completed her post-doctoral training at U.C. Davis’ Children’s Hospital-CAARE Center, and was employed as a staff psychologist by the Cook County Juvenile Court and Northwestern School of Law. Read more about Dr. Masson.