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Northeastern Association of Graduate Schools (NAGS) Awards

4 potential awards

Faculty awards (2) for excellence and creativity in graduate teaching and graduate student mentoring

Best Master’s thesis in a named discipline (e.g., Arts and Humanities) during the past 3 years - value $1000, plus travel to NAGS Annual Meeting in

Best doctoral dissertation in a named discipline (e.g., Social Sciences and Education) during the past 3 years - value $1000, plus travel to NAGS Annual Meeting in

Awarded for outstanding theses, based on examiner’s ratings on evaluation form, comments, and ratings on comparative rating form

Application deadline ca. November 15 each year to Associate Dean for Graduate Programs in Education (for nominations to Dean, School of Graduate Studies , by December 01)

Application includes 300-word abstract in lay language, copy of the thesis (electronic format preferred), and 3 letters of evaluation.

Senior Women Academic Administrators of (SWAAC) Graduate Student Award of Merit

3 potential awards

Each award valued at $1000

Awarded to women graduate students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in the university or general community while maintaining an exemplary academic record

Recipients will be announced at the Annual Conference

Eligibility: Women registered in Master’s or Ph.D. programs at any Member Institution of AUCC within a designated region (includes MUN)

Regions are defined as follows, and eligibility shall rotate among them:

Atlantic Provinces

Western Provinces

Ontario

Quebec

Criteria:

1. Outstanding academic performance

2. Evidence of leadership including, but not limited to, such things as:

Ø Executive positions in student organizations

Ø Participation on committees (student committees and university committees)

Ø Involvement in advocacy groups

Ø Involvement in volunteer organizations, within campus setting and/or in the general community

Procedures: Each university in the designated region may nominate, through the Dean of Graduate Studies or her/his delegate, one person for the award. Each nominee must include the following documentation:

Biographical data

Curriculum vitae

Academic records

Three letters of reference

Application deadline ca November 17 each year to Associate Dean for Graduate Programs in Education (for nominations to Dean, School of Graduate Studies , by December 3)

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council – Doctoral Applicants Who Are Not Current MUN Students (may be recent MUN graduates)

Apply directly to SSHRC, by November 15

Fellowships valued at

Doctoral $20,000 per year for up to 48 months

CGS Scholarships for doctoral students $35,000 per year for up to 3 years

Includes active participation in conferences across

Outstanding full-time master or doctoral candidates eligible

Candidates must have

Record of leadership

Interest in public policy and leadership potential

Canadian citizenship or permanent residency

Full details and application forms available: http://www.sshrc-crsh.gc.ca/site/apply-demande/students-etudiants-eng.aspx

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council – Master’s Applicants Who Are Not Current MUN Students (may be recent MUN graduates)

Apply directly to SSHRC, by December 1

Fellowships valued at

Master’s $17,500 for one year

Doctoral $20,000 per year for up to 48 months

CGS Scholarships for doctoral students $35,000 per year for up to 3 years

Includes active participation in conferences across

Outstanding full-time master or doctoral candidates eligible

Candidates must have

Record of leadership

Interest in public policy and leadership potential

Canadian citizenship or permanent residency

Full details and application forms available: http://www.sshrc-crsh.gc.ca/site/apply-demande/students-etudiants-eng.aspx

Canadian College of Teachers’ Thesis Awards Program

Doctoral and Master’s theses eligible

Value of awards: doctoral ($1000) and Master’s ($500)

Application must include published article (or submitted for publication)

Biennial program includes these from two previous years; next deadline January 31, 2006

The thesis should have potential for supporting such objectives of the Canadian College of Teachers as "...the evaluation and dissemination of new ideas in education" and "...to assist in improving the quality of education in ."

The thesis must be one which is directly related to classroom practice. Its accompanying statement should be presented with clarity and insight so that the study's findings may be readily applied by classroom teachers and administrators of elementary and secondary schools.

The thesis (for the current competition) must have been completed during the 2004 and/or 2005 calendar years.

See website for full information: http://www.cct-cce.com/

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