SSHRC TALENT AWARD FOR CURRENT SSHRC DOCTORAL or POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP or SCHOLARSHIP AWARD HOLDERS SSHRC has announced a suite of awards to recognize outstanding achievement in postsecondary research, scholarship and knowledge mobilization by graduate students, researchers working individually or in teams, and formal partnerships.
NSERC is pleased to announce the updated eligibility criteria for the Foreign Study Supplements in Taiwan Program (formerly known as the Summer Program in Taiwan). The new criteria are more inclusive and allow more students to be eligible to apply to this program.
MSSU (Maritime SPOR SUPPORT Unit) is pleased to announce student awards for for individuals wishing to pursue patient-oriented health research training in Masters, Doctoral, Post Doctoral or Medical School programs in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
Last month, Dalhousie recognized graduate students and postdocs who received awards from the prestigious Killam Trust, and also announced a new scholarship in honour of retiring Killam trustee George Cooper.
The "Network Of America and Europa for Doctoral Mobility at Universities" (NOVA DOMUS) network is an academic research exchange project funded by the European Commission through its Erasmus Mundus Key Action 2 program.
The Fellowship Program supports graduate student research relevant to WCS Canada’s conservation objectives at our two long-term conservation sites: the boreal region of northern Ontario and the northern boreal mountains of Yukon and British Columbia.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the launch of the call for proposals for the expanded Queen Elizabeth Scholars program. The Queen Elizabeth Scholars program is expanding, allowing more advanced scholars (doctoral and postdoctoral and early career researchers) to benefit from the life-changing global experiences that the program offers.