Nominations are solicited for the Faculty of Graduate Studies’ Distinguished Service Award. This award was established by Faculty Council in order to recognize long-standing and extraordinary service to graduate level education at Dalhousie. Nominees should have made a contribution to the faculty and the administration of its graduate programs that is both substantive and long-standing. Although service to graduate students is of course part of this, the award is not intended to reward excellence in teaching or research, for which other forms of recognition already exist. Nominations are encouraged for members of the departmental administrative staff, graduate coordinators, FGS committee members, etc. Two awards are given, one to a faculty member and one to a support staff member. Nominations may be made by Faculty Members, Administrative Staff, or by Students, and should be sent through the Chair, Head or Director of the nominee’s home unit, to the Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies, with a copy to the Dean of the nominee’s home faculty. For more information please see the Call for Nominations.
Dalhousie University offers entrance scholarships valued at $15,000 each, awarded annually to a First Nations and an Indigenous Black student entering a Dalhousie graduate program for the first time following graduation from a Dalhousie undergraduate program. The objective of these scholarships is to increase the representation of Indigenous Black and First Nations communities in the university's wide diversity of graduate programs, and ultimately in the academy and in advanced professional occupations.
The International Differential Fee Scholarship will be awarded to 13 full-time international graduate students. The scholarships will be awarded in the winter term 2018 and will help cover one term of international differential fees.
The Scotia Scholars Award will be offered at the Master’s and Doctoral level in the upcoming competition. Students interested in being considered for a Scotia Scholars Award are to review eligibility, application requirements and evaluation criteria details on the NSHRF website.
The Faculty of Graduate Studies has received notice from the Walter C. Sumner Foundation announcing the 2018 competition for the Walter C. Sumner Memorial Fellowships for Doctoral Study in Chemistry, Physics, Electrical Engineering, or Computer Science.
We are now seeking nominations for the 2018 CAGS/UMI Distinguished Dissertation Awards. The successful nominee put forward to CAGS for each category will automatically receive the Dalhousie Dissertation Award. The deadline for nominations is Friday, March 2nd.
The objective of the OERA Student Research Travel program is to cultivate collaborations between Nova Scotia student researchers and international research facilities or laboratories that will contribute to advancing the offshore energy sector here in Nova Scotia and in building research capacity for the province.
The Canadian Science Policy Fellowship is now accepting applications from prospective fellows interested in undertaking a 12-month policy project with a Canadian government host office. Applicants can apply to up to six approved projects in their area(s) of interest.