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Name SCHAEFER, THEODORE (TED) GRADUATE AWARD IN CHEMISTRY
Research Fields TEST chemistry
Categories No categories available
Citizenship No citizenship available
Eligibility Family and friends of Ted Schaefer have established an endowment fund at the University of Manitoba in his memory. The fund will be used to offer scholarships to graduate students in the Department of Chemistry who have demonstrated ability in research. The available annual income from the fund will be used to offer one scholarship to a student who:
  • is registered as a full-time student in the Faculty of Graduate Studies, in a Masterís or Doctoral program delivered by the Department of Chemistry
  • has demonstrated exceptional research ability at either the undergraduate or graduate level;
  • has achieved a minimum degree grade point average of 3.5 (or equivalent) over (i) the last two regular academic sessions completed if he or she is in the first two years of graduate studies and (ii) all graduate level sessions if he or she is 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.
Value available annual income
Currency Canadian
Tenable at No details on tenability available
Deadlines No deadlines available
Application Details Contact the Department of Chemistry.
 

 
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