On October 11 Dalhousie marked the 50th anniversary of Killam Trusts scholarships and fellowships at the university, awards established through the generosity of Izaak Walton Killam and his wife Dorothy J. Killam. Since 1967, the Killam Trusts endowment at Dalhousie has funded more than 1,700 graduate students and postdoctoral researchers with a total of $85 million.
Senior Women Academic Administrators of Canada (SWAAC) are offering a Graduate Student Award of Merit, valued at $3,000.00. This award is for women graduate students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in the university or general community while maintaining exemplary academic records.
DAGS will be hosting a Graduate Student Mental Health Awareness Week from October 16th - 19th. This week will be dedicated to equipping graduate students with the skills and information they need to have good mental health and wellness during their year.
Universities Canada is pleased to announce the following fellowship program for which candidates must be nominated: 2018 Frank Knox Memorial Fellowships at Harvard University. Up to three (3) Frank Knox Memorial Fellowships will be awarded to students from Canada for graduate study at Harvard University.
DAGS will be having a Graduate Student Mental Health Awareness Week from October 16th - 19th. This week will be dedicated to equipping graduate students with the skills and information they need to have good mental health and wellness during their year.
The deadline for the Oz Optics scholarship has been extended to November 1st. The Oz Optics scholarship provides an annual scholarship to a Master’s or PhD student studying in the area of physics, electrical engineering or computer science.
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 program is open to full-time senior honours and graduate students* attending a Nova Scotia university or the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC), whom are conducting research in marine renewables, marine geosciences or seismic & marine sound.
In order to provide an opportunity for additional applications to the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship competition, the deadline for submission of completed applications to the Faculty of Graduate Studies has been extended to 4:00pm on Friday, September 29th.