SRES Promise Scholars Legacy Bursary
The Promise Scholars program aligns with Dalhousie’s commitment to admit, engage, support and graduate a diverse student body, with attention to enhancing access and success of historically underrepresented students.
The SRES Promise Scholars Legacy program has been established to support incoming Indigenous or Black/African-Canadian students entering either of our School’s two programs, the Master of Environmental Studies (MES, thesis-based) or the Master of Resource and Environmental Management (MREM, course-based). Our advisors and professors ensure Promise Scholars are academically supported and aided in finding work terms and mentors to support their career aspirations. Preference will be given to Mi’kmaq or Black/African-Nova Scotian applicants who have attained an undergraduate degree in the last 5 years.
SRES Research Legacy Award
$18,000 a year for two years available for eligible research projects.
PLEASE NOTE - the Legacy Scholarship Award is not available for the 2021/2022 Academic Year. Please check back for September 2022 intake.
The Gerald and Margaret Godsoe Scholarship with support from the Ward family funds
This scholarship has been established by the Godsoe family to support a highly qualified and motivated individual entering the Master of Environmental Studies (MES) program at Dalhousie Unviersity.
The Neil Munro Parks and Protected Areas Award
To provide support for graduate studies in protected areas planning, design, policy, protection or management.
Students who receive the award should be conducting research that is applied in nature and relates to potential or existing parks or protected areas, including but not limited to: National Parks, Provincial Parks or Wilderness Areas, marine protected areas, and National Marine Conservation Areas. Studies that relate to the application of science in decision-making with respect to protected areas are of particular interest.
The Colin Stewart Scholarship
To support and encourage graduate studies that explore the roles of parks and protected areas in conserving the ecological integrity of the Acadian Forest.
MES Thesis Research Award
Up to $500 to enhance the opportunities for productive and innovative thesis research.
- Find out more information on the SRES student site.
Funded student opportunities
As a funded student, you will have the opportunity to work on real-world research projects relating to issues of pressing concern to society, government and industry.