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Name BERBRAYER, CAROLINE GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
Research Fields TEST English
Categories Humanities
Citizenship Unrestricted
Eligibility A fellowship will be offered annually to a student pursuing full-time graduate study in English either at the M.A. or Ph.D. level.
Value available annual income
Currency Canadian
Tenable at University of Manitoba
Deadlines No deadlines available
Application Details Contact the Department of English.
 
Name BETTS, R.H. - GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP IN CHEMISTRY
Research Fields TEST Chemistry
Categories Natural, Physical or Life Sciences
Citizenship Unrestricted
Eligibility The R.H. Betts Graduate Fellowship ahs been established to honour Dr. Robert Holladay Betts and to support graduate work in Chemistry. Dr. Betts ia a significant contributor to this fund, as are his friends and colleaques. Dr. Betts began his scientific career at Atomic Energy of Canada in Chaulk River, Ontario. Dr. Betts went on the be the Head of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Manitoba and a member of the Board of Governors. Dr. Betts retired from the University of Manitoba in 1980.
This award has been established to foster graduate study in Chemistry and to support exceptional graduate students in the Department of Chemistry. The fund will provide awards, the number and value of which will be determined by the selection committee each year, will be offered to students who:
  • are registered as full-time students in the Faculty of Graduate Studies in the Department of Chemistry;
  • have demonstrated exceptional research ability at either the undergraduate level or graduate level;
  • have achieved a minimum degree grade point average of 3.5 (or equivalent) over (i) the last two regular academic sessions completed for students in their first two years of graduate studies and (ii) all graduate level sessions for students beyond the first two years of graduate studies.

  • Research ability may be determined by research publications or presentations at local, national, or international scientific conferences. Chemistry students in the first year of graduate studies will be evaluated based on CHEM 4710 - Research Project in Chemistry or Biochemistry or an equivalent course.
    The award is renewable, but previous recipients must re-apply each year to be considered and will be in equal competition with other camdidates.
    Value available annual interest, number and value to be determined by the committee
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at University of Manitoba, Department of Chemistry
    Deadlines No deadlines available
    Application Details Contact the Department of Chemistry.
     
    Name CAMPBELL, DOUGLAS - GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
    Research Fields TEST Agriculture
    Categories Agriculture
    Citizenship Unrestricted
    Eligibility Family, friends and colleagues of the late Honorable Douglas L. Campbell, the former Premier of the Province of Manitoba have established an endowment fund to support an annual graduate fellowship at the University of Manitoba in the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences in honour of Mr. Campbell's life long interest in agriculture.
    The fund will be offered each year as a graduate fellowship for an M.Sc. or Ph.D. student in the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences. The fellowship is to be offered eitehr as two supplementary (or "top-up") awards to recipients of the University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowships or as one independent (or "stand-along") award. The fellowship may be renewable, for one year in the case of M.Sc. student or two years in the case of Ph.D. students, based on progress reports and the discretion of the selection committee.
    To be eligible for consideration for this fellowship, a candidate must:
  • be a full-time graduate student in a thesis program
  • have an outstanding record of academic achievement (minimum GPA 3.5)

  • At no time during the tenure of this fellowship may a student concurrently receive other awards (scholarships and fellowships) totalling more than the amoung specified in the University's Awards Guideline.
    Value The value is not available
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at The University of Manitoba, Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences
    Deadlines No deadlines available
    Application Details Contact the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences.
     
    Name CANADIAN BLOOD SERVICES - GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
    Research Fields TEST transfusion science
    Categories Medical Health Sciences
    Natural, Physical or Life Sciences
    Nursing
    Citizenship No citizenship available
    Eligibility Canadian Blood Services offers a Graduate Fellowship Program to attract and support young investigators to initiate or continue training in the field of blood transfusion science. This program is offered to graduate students who are undertaking full-time research training leading to a PhD degree. The fellowship is awarded directly to the student. Studens may be supported for a maximum of 4 years. Eligibiity:
  • Be engaged in full-time training in research in a Canadian graduate school leading to a PhD or combined health professional PhD program
  • Demonstrate acceptance into a PhD program to receive continued support. Students registered solely for a Master's degree will not be considered
  • Be in a training program which includes actual involvement in research, and not only courses in research methods
  • Meet the above criteria, if they possess a medical degree but are not licensed to practice in Canada
  • Engage in research projects falling within the scientific areas described in Section 1 of these Guidelines.
  • Value $21,000 per annum, plus $1,000 per annum provided with each fellowship.
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at Any approved Canadian University
    Deadlines No deadlines available
    Application Details Visit the Canadian Blood Services web site at http://www.bloodservices.ca/centreapps/internet/uw_v502_mainengine.nsf/9749ca80b75a038585256aa20060d703/47d3ddacf3672f9085256abf00698a85?OpenDocument Contact: Elaine Konecny, Program Assistant, Research & Development, Canadian Blood Services, 1800 Alta Vist Drive, Ottawa ON K1G 4J5 Telephone: 613-739-2230 Email: elaine.konecny@blood.ca Updated: January 25, 2012
     
    Name CURRIE, RAYMOND F. GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
    Research Fields TEST Indigenous Canadian people, persons with disabilities
    Categories Humanities
    Social Sciences and Humanities
    Citizenship No citizenship available
    Eligibility Two awards are made possible through gifts from Dr. Raymond F. Currie, Dean Emeritus of Arts, his friends and colleagues, and through a contribution from the Graduate Fellowship Matching Funds Program, in support of Faculty of Arts graduate student research on issues related to 1) indigenous Canadian people, and 2) persons with disabilities
    Awards will be given annually to graduate students who: • are enrolled full-time in the Faculty of Graduate Studies, either at the Masters or Ph.D. level, in a program delivered by a Department in the Faculty of Arts in the year in which the fellowship is tenable; • have completed at least one Regular Session (or two terms) in the chosen program to date; • have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5 (or equivalent) based on the last two years of full-time study; and • have undertaken or have proposed to undertake research focussed on issues related to indigenous Canadian people or to persons with disabilities. One fellowship will be offered to a student whose research focuses on issued related to indigenous Canadian people and one will be offered to a student whose research concerns issues related to persons with disabilities.
    Value The value is not available
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at No details on tenability available
    Deadlines No deadlines available
    Application Details Contact the Faculty of Arts.
     
    Name DAFOE, J.W. GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP for Study in International Relations
    Research Fields TEST International Relations
    Categories No categories available
    Citizenship Unrestricted
    Eligibility The Dafoe Foundation was established by friends and admirers of John Wesley Dafoe, Editor of the Winnipeg Free Press from 1901 until his death in 1944. He was Canada's most distinguished journalist and editor with a special interest in Canada's place in the world. The purpose of the fellowship is to support scholarship and research on any issue in the field of international relations and/or international comparative studies. Each year, one fellowship, valued at $10,000, will be offered to a graduate student who:
  • is enrolled full-time in the Faculty of Graduate Studies entering the first or second year of a Master's program in the any of the following: the Departments of Economics, History Political Studies, the Arthur V. Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice, or the Faculty of Law at the University of Manitoba;
  • has achieved a minimum degree grade point average of 3.5 (or equivalent in the previous 60 credit hours of study;
  • is pursuing a thesis stream related to the field of international relations and/or international comparative studies.

  • Recipients may hold the J.W. Dafoe Fellowship in International Relations concurrently with the other awards, consistent with the policies of the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
    Value $10000
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at The University of Manitoba for the 2022-2023 academic year, in the Departments of Political Studies, Economics, History, the Arthur V. Mauro Centre for Peace & Justice, or the Faculty of Law at the University of Manitoba.
    Deadlines No deadlines available
    Application Details The 2022-2023 Application is closed

    Applicants are required to submit the online application. The application includes a cover letter, detailed research proposal, and three letters of reference.

    The online application can be found at the link below:
    https://applygrad.umanitoba.ca/apply/?sr=46232078-6f87-469b-bf89-13c11be1be68

    Contact: If you have inquiries regarding this award please contact Faculty of Graduate Studies, Award Assistant by email at amber.kusnick@umanitoba.ca

    Updated October 17, 2022

     
    Name DEPARTMENT OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
    Research Fields TEST Landscape Architecture
    Categories Architecture
    Citizenship Unrestricted
    Eligibility Friends and colleagues of the Department of Landscape Architecture have established an endowment fund to support graduate fellowships at The University of Manitoba. The Manitoba Scholarships and Bursaries Initiative has made a contribution to this fund. The award is intended to support research in Landscape Architecture by providing a fellowship to a master’s student in a thesis/practicum program.
    The duration of the award is for one academic year and is non-renewable. This award cannot be held concurrently with another major fellowship.
    The fellowship is available to full-time students in the master’s program in Landscape Architecture in the Faculty of Architecture. Selection is based on the quality of the thesis/practicum research proposal, as well as on high academic standing (normally a minimum 3.5 GPA).
    Value available annual interest
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at University of Manitoba, Department of Landscape Architecture.
    Deadlines No deadlines available
    Application Details Contact the Department of Landscape Architecture.
     
    Name DICKSON, BRIAN GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
    Research Fields TEST Law in Aboriginal Rights
    Categories Aboriginal
    Law
    Citizenship Unrestricted
    Eligibility This fellowship is both a top-up award to the University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowship or it can be offered to an entering graduate student in the Faculty of Law. The award will either be offered to the highest ranked UMGF recipient entering the Master of Law program at the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Law or it can be given independently by the Faculty of Law to an entering LLM student not receiving a University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowship. Preference will be given to a suitable candidate for graduate studies who is of aboriginal background or, if not, is intending to focus his/her graduate work in an area relating to aboriginal rights. If in any year there is neither a suitable aboriginal candidate or a suitable aboriginal project, the award is to be made to the best applicant, preferably one whose thesis proposal involves the broader issues of constitutional law and human rights.
    Value $2,000
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at University of Manitoba, Faculty of Law
    Deadlines No deadlines available
    Application Details Contact the Faculty of Law.
     
    Name DOYLE, MICHAEL S. GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
    Research Fields TEST Computer Science
    Categories Natural, Physical or Life Sciences
    Citizenship No citizenship available
    Eligibility Family and friends of Michael S. Doyle, Ph.D., have established a fund at The University of Manitoba in his memory. The Manitoba Scholarships and Bursaries Initiative has made a contribution to this fund. Michael S. Doyle was a Professor of Computer Science at The University of Manitoba from 1972 until his death in 1997. Among his colleagues, he is remembered for his rapport both with them and with students and for his sense of humour. He was a key figure in the Computer Science Department, having founded the Co-op Program and having served frequently as the Acting Head of the Department. The purpose of this fund in Professor Doyle’s memory is to assist graduate students pursuing a Masters degree (with thesis) in the Department of Computer Science.
    The fund will support an award that will be offered to a student who:
  • is enrolled as a full-time graduate student in the Faculty of Graduate Studies, in the first or second year of the Master of Science program in the Department of Computer Science (program must include a thesis);
  • has achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5 (or equivalent) on all courses completed in the degree used for qualification for admission to the graduate program, and has maintained a 3.5 average on courses completed in the graduate program.

  • This fellowship is intended for a student who does not already hold other awards totalling more than The University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowship.
    Value available annual interest
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at University of Manitoba, Department of Computer Science
    Deadlines No deadlines available
    Application Details Contact the Department of Computer Science.
     
    Name EXPERIMENTAL LAKES AREA GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
    Research Fields TEST Unrestricted
    Categories Natural, Physical or Life Sciences
    Citizenship Unrestricted
    Eligibility The intent of this fellowship is to support graduate student research at the International Institute for Sustainable Development-Experimental Lakes Area (IISD-ELA) in Northwestern Ontario. In order for students to be considered for the award, they must demonstrate that a large part of their proposed research is to be centred at the IISD-ELA.

    Each year, the available annual income from the fund will be used to offer one or more fellowships to a graduate student who: (1) is enrolled full-time in the Faculty of Graduate Studies in any Master’s or doctoral program offered at the University of Manitoba; (2) has achieved a minimum grade point average of 3.5 (or equivalent) based on the previous 60 credit hours of study; (3) has been accepted to conduct research at the IISD-ELA; (4) has demonstrated exceptional research ability, as determined by the selection committee.
    Value The value is not available
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at University of Manitoba
    Deadlines No deadlines available
    Application Details To support criterion (4) candidates are required to provide the following application materials: (i) a curriculum vitae; (ii) two academic letters of reference in support of their application; (iii) a list of all fellowships and external support currently being received or applied for by the applicant; (iv) a one to three page summary of the proposed research.

    The summary of the proposed research should include: (a) name and address of the applicant and the applicant's academic supervisor; (b) degree sought; (c) the objectives, design, and methods to be used in the research conducted by the applicant; (d) a summary of the relevance of the proposed research for society; (e) a summary of why the proposed research should be undertaken at IISD-ELA (as opposed to somewhere else); (f) a brief budget justification, including requests for per diem (these costs are set annually by the International Institute for Sustainable Development);

    Previous recipients are encouraged to apply. In addition to the required application materials provided in the previous year, past recipients must also provide a brief summary (maximum 250 words) describing the benefits of having received the IISD-Experimental Lakes Area Graduate Fellowship in the past along with an updated budget justification. This must be accompanied by a letter of support from the applicant’s academic advisor.

    Contact the Experimental Lakes Area Unit-Michael Paterson mpaterson@iisd-ela.org Updated July 31, 2015
     
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