The FGS Academic Appeals Committee is a standing committee of FGS Faculty Council. According to the Terms of Reference, the committee hears appeals from students regarding academic matters in accordance with procedures approved by the Faculty. It is comprised of a Chair, six elected faculty members, and two graduate student members.
As of May 24th, Courtney Collins will be resigning from her position as Scholarships Liaison Officer to relocate with family to Calgary. Courtney has been an invaluable member of the FGS team and has been a true example of great service to our students and stakeholders. Her contributions have been essential to the implementation and ongoing improvements to our scholarship and funding processes.
The James Robinson Johnston Graduate Scholarship is supported by the Endowment for the James Robinson Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies, which was established in July 1996 '...to bring Black culture, reality, perspectives, experiences and concerns into the Academy'.
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.
Dalhousie University Faculty of Graduate Studies
Room 314, Henry Hicks Academic Administration Building
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 4R2