Rosemery Nelson-Gray head shot

Rosemery Nelson-Gray was hired at UNCG in 1971 and established the APA-approved PHD program in Clinical Psychology 10 years later. Her accomplishments are numerous and varied, and she has been hailed as a “Trailblazer” in the field, an “Outstanding Mentor” and “Research Excellence Professor” by the university, a “Dedicated Teacher and Clinical Supervisor” by the her students and the Department, and a “Stalwart Community-Engaged Partner” by the Newcomer’s School.

The new fellowship named in her honor will provide financial support for doctoral training to psychology students who will continue to make an impact on the field and community. All donations will honor Dr. Nelson-Gray’s 50+ years of transformational dedication to UNCG, her students, and the community, by providing scholarship support for the next generation of psychology doctoral students who will continue in her footsteps. The fellowship goal is to reach $500,000 in donations in order to establish a permanent $20,000 doctoral fellowship to be awarded annually.

To learn more, and to donate, please visit the Rosemery Nelson-Gray Fellowship web page.