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Name MAURO, NANCIE J. GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP IN ONCOLOGY RESEARCH
Research Fields TEST Medicine, Nursing, Oncology
Categories No categories available
Citizenship No citizenship available
Eligibility An endowment fund has been established at the University of Manitoba in memory of Nancie J. Mauro (nee Tooley). Nancie Tooley was born and raised in Winnipeg. She attended the University of Manitoba, from which she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1950 with a special focus in Music and Literature. Nancie was a dedicated student government member and continued to support her alma mater following graduation. In 1951, she married Arthur Mauro and together, they raised a close family of four children. Nancie always held fast to the belief that one has a duty to give back to society and she lived this motto to the fullest. She was an active volunteer with many organizations, from the Junior league in her younger years to her most recent commitment to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, to which she gave generously of her time by recording books for the blind. She was also a great support to her husband, Arthur V. Mauro, during his tenure as Chancellor of the University of Manitoba, a position he held from 1992 to 2001.

The fund shall support two scholarships of equal value and will be offered to students who:
  • are enrolled full-time in the Faculty of Graduate Studies (Masters or Ph.D. program) at the University of Manitoba, specifically either in the Faculty of Nursing or the Faculty of Medicine; or are in the Postgraduate Medical Education Program, either as residents or as fellows;
  • have achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5 (or equivalent) in the graduate and undergraduate programs;
  • are conducting or have proposed to conduct research in the area of Oncology and have been judged by the selection committee as demonstrating the greatest promise (among the applicants) as researchers in this field


The recipients of this award may hold it with any other award.
Value $5800
up to 2 awards with a maximum value of $5800 each may be awarded for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Currency Canadian
Tenable at At the University of Manitoba
Deadlines December 1
Application Details Eligible students will be required to submit the following on or before the deadline date to the Awards Assistant, Faculty of Graduate Studies, 500 University Centre:

  • a cover sheet that includes the name of the award, your name, your University of Manitoba student number, your current program and department information, and your University of Manitoba email address;
  • a letter of application providing a summary of the research that the student is conducting or plans to conduct and will outline the relevance of the research to the study of Oncology;
  • A letter of reference from their supervisor that supports their research;
  • Curriculum vitae

    Contact: tobi.hawkins@umanitoba.ca

    Updated: October 10, 2017
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