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April


The Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland Education and Research Trust Scholarship

A $1,000 scholarship is available from the A.R.N.N. for students pursuing graduate studies in Nursing. Application forms are available from:

The Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland (Telephone: 753-6040)
P.O. Box 6116,
St. John's,
NL A1C 5X8


Sancella/CGNA Nursing Scholarship - The Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association

Two awards valued at $1,000 each are awarded to support outstanding Registered Nurses undergoing further education in either an undergraduate nursing degree program, or a post graduate degree program that is relevant to career development in the field of Gerontological Nursing.

The candidate must be a member of the Canadian Gerontological Nursing Association and be registered to practice nursing in a Canadian Province. The registered nurse must have gained acceptance to a suitable full-time program in a recognized educational institution at the time of taking up the award.

One must have exhibit an interest in and potential for, a career in Gerontological nursing in Canada and be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant at the time of taking up the award. This scholarship is administered by the CGNA and for further information regarding criteria can be obtained from:

CGNA
c/o Nancy Bol
Parkwood Hospital
801 Commissioners Rd. E.
London, ON N6C 5J1


NACBS Dissertation Year Fellowship

Deadline: April 1

Web site: www.nacbs.org

This fellowship is awarded to support dissertation research in the British Isles on any topic of British (including Scottish, Irish, and Imperial) history or British Studies. This competition is open to a Canadian or U.S. citizen, or a permanent resident enrolled in a PhD program in a Canadian or U.S. institution, and at the time of application, has completed all degree requirements except the dissertation. For more information on the NACBS Dissertation Year Fellowship, please go to their web site.


Canadian Japanese-Mennonite Scholarship

Deadline: April 1

Web site: http://mcccanada.ca/scholarships

The Canadian Japanese-Mennonite Scholarship, valued at $2,000, is available to Canadian graduate students studying at a Canadian University who are engaged in research that will assist in the protection of minority or human rights in Canada. For more information on how to apply, please visit their website.


Peterhouse-Cambridge Research Studentships (For study only at Peterhouse)

Deadline: April 1

Website: www.pet.cam.ac.uk

The Governing Body of Peterhouse offers annually a number of Research Studentships to candidates who will not normally have been undergraduate members of the College. Candidates must intend to do a degree of PhD. at the University of Cambridge. Graduate Application Forms together with the Graduate Studies Prospectus, may be obtained from the Board of Graduate Studies, 4 Mill Lane, Cambridge, CG2 1RZ, England or from their website.


International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Doctoral Research Awards

Deadline: April 1

Website: www.idrc.ca/awards/

The IDRC Doctoral Research Awards support field research for doctoral -level Canadian students and citizens of developing countries enrolled in a Canadian university. The research must be relevant to IDRC's mission and programs. For more information on how to apply for these awards, please visit their web site.


Canadian Window on International Development Awards - IDRC (International Development Research Centre)

Deadline: April 1

Website: www.idrc.ca/awards

The Canadian Window on International Development Awards supports in-depth comparative research focusing on the inter-relationships between Canada and one or more developing countries. These awards are open to both Canadians and citizens of developing countries enrolled in a Canadian university. The overseas portion of field research must be carried out in a developing country. To find out more information regarding these awards, please visit their web site.

 


John G. Bene Fellowship in Social Forestry IDRC (International Development Research Centre)

Deadline: April 1

Web site: www.idrc.ca/awards

The John G. Bene Fellowship provides assistance to Canadian graduate students undertaking research on the relationship between forest resources and the social, economic, cultural, and environmental welfare of people in developing countries. For complete details on this program and to obtain the application form, please go to their web site.


The Gertrude Cox Scholarship for Women in Graduate Statistics Programs (The American Statistical Association (ASA))

Deadline: April 1

Website: www.amstat.org/awards/index.cfm?fuseaction=cox-scholarship

This scholarship is awarded each year to encourage women to statistically oriented professions. It is available to applicants who are citizens of the United States or Canada and who are admitted to full-time study in a graduate statistics program by July of the award year. Women entering or in the early stages of their graduate program are encouraged to apply. For further information and to obtain an application form, please visit their web site.


Epilepsy Canada

Deadline: April 1

Website: www.epilepsy.ca

Epilepsy Canada is now accepting submissions to support research trainees in any area of research pertaining to epilepsy. Their mission is to support research in the biomedical, clinical or social sciences) that is focused on improving the lives of people with seizure disorders. They are currently offering Postdoctoral Research Awards and Summer Studentships to students who areas of research fall under their mandate. For more information, please visit their website.


Ross C. Purse Doctoral Fellowship (The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB))

Deadline: April 2

Website: www.inca.ca/

The Canadian National Institute for the Blind offers the Ross C. Purse Doctoral Fellowship to encourage and support theoretical and practical research and studies at the post graduate or doctoral level in fields of blindness and visual impairment other than those already covered by its E. A. Baker Foundation for the Prevention of Blindness. This fellowship, valued at $12,500, will be awarded for research in the social sciences, engineering or other fields of study that relate to blindness and visual impairment. Candidates whose area of study is in the field of genetics, cellular microbiology, and related studies should direct their application to other granting bodies. For further information regarding this fellowship and application forms, please go to their web site.


Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) Scholarships

Deadline: April 2

Web site: www.aucc.ca

The AUCC offers a number of scholarships with various deadlines throughout the year. The fellowship program listed below is currently open for competition and complete details may be obtained from their web site.

UNESCO - L'Oréal For Women in Science Research Excellence Fellowships - are valued at $20,000 USD per year for two years and will be awarded to young women at the postdoctoral level in the field of Engineering/Pure and Applied Sciences. Candidates must conduct their research at a Canadian host institution. For more details on this program and how to apply, please visit the web site.

 


Canadian Liver Foundation - Graduate Studentship Program

Deadline: April 2

Web site: http://www.liver.ca/english/research/grants_funding.html

The Canadian Liver Foundation offers Graduate Studentships, valued at $20,000 per year, to graduate students in Canada whose research projects are related to liver cancer and other areas. For more information regarding this funding, please visit their web site.


NLCAHR (Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Applied HEALTH Research) Fellowships

Deadline: April 15

Web site: www.nlcahr.mun.ca

A limited number of awards will be offered to eligible students enrolled in, or applying to graduate programs at Memorial University. The Masters fellowships are valued at $18,000 /year for up to two years based on performance and availability of funding. The Doctoral are valued at $20,000 / year for up to three years based on performance and availability of funding. For more information and application forms, please visit their web site.


The Richard J. Schmeelk Canada Fellowship

Deadline: April 15

Website: www.schmeelk.com

The Richard J. Schmeelk Canada Fellowship has two purposes: to improve the understanding between French speaking and English-speaking Canadians and to improve working relationships between the business community and government. This fellowship is tenable at either Universite Laval, University of Western Ontario, University of Calgary, or the Université de Montréal. The recipient of this fellowship may choose their own program of study so long as it meets the standards of the University. To obtain more information and an application form, please visit their web site.


Publications Subvention Program

Deadline: April 15 and November 15 annually

To provide financial assistance to any member of the university community for scholarly publishing from within the University community. Priority will be given to book-length manuscripts of merit. Book chapters and journal articles will be considered where funds permit.

For further information: Office of Research, INCO Innovation Centre, IIC-2015 (Ext# 8251)


Fondation Armand-Frapppier Bourses postdoctorales et Bourses de maîtrise et de doctorat

Deadline: April 15

Website: www.fondation-afrappier.qc.ca

The Fondation Armand-Frappier offers graduate and postdoctoral fellowships to candidates who are interested in studies in one of the Institute's field of specialization. For more information on these fellowships and how to apply, please go to their web site.


Foreign Government Awards Program

Deadline: March 7 (Korea) and April 23 (Russia)

Web site: www.scholarships.gc.ca

The Foreign Government Awards are available to help assist Canadian graduate students to further their studies or conduct research abroad at the master's, doctoral, or postdoctoral level. Information and on-line applications are available from their web site


Emerging Leaders in the Americas Program (ELAP)

Deadline: April 29

Website: www.scholarships.gc.ca

The Emerging Leaders in the Americas (ELAP) program will award up to 1600 new scholarships for Latin American and Caribbean students to pursue studies or research in Canada. The scholarships will be facilitated through inter-institutional exchange agreements and will provide students with the opportunity to undertake study or research at Canadian universities ad colleges. Recipients will remain student of their home institutions during this exchange. In addition, the ELAP will offer a study tour component to selected students to expose them to Canadian governance, business and civil society in key priority areas. For further information regarding this program, please visit their web site.


Ireland Canada University Foundation & The Ireland Fund of Canada – Short Term Visiting Scholarships

Deadline: April 30

Website: www.icuf.ie

This scholarship, valued at $7,000, is to assist young Canadian scholars to make short term visits to a university or institution in Ireland in order to support their research in a topic that relates to both countries. For further information regarding this scholarship and application forms, please visit their web site.

 


The Maritime Dairy Industry Scholarship

Deadline: April 30

Web site: http://www.dairynutrition.ca/the-maritime-dairy-industry-award

This scholarship, valued at $2,000, is open to residents of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick , and Prince Edward Island and who has completed at least two years of post-secondary education. Applicants must be currently enrolled in a program that has application to the dairy industry. For further information and application forms, please visit their web site.


J. H. Stewart Reid Memorial Fellowship

Deadline: April 30

Website:  http://stewartreid.caut.ca/English/default.htm

This Fellowship, valued at $5,000, is available for Doctoral Studies in any field at any Canadian university for one year. Candidates must be a Canadian citizen or a resident in Canada with landed immigrant status or convention refugee status. In addition, candidates must have completed their comprehensive examinations, or equivalent, and have had their Doctoral thesis proposal accepted by the deadline date. For more information and application forms, please view their web site.


The Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) ETD Awards

Deadline: April 30

Website: www.ndltd.org

The Networked Digital Library of Thesis and Dissertations consortium is offering the following ETD awards of appreciation. For more information on these awards, please go to their web site.

The Innovative ETD Award

This award recognizes student's efforts to transform the genre of the print dissertation through the use of innovative software to create multimedia ETDs.

The Innovative Learning through ETDs Award

This award recognizes a student whose professional life has been enhanced by the ETD process.

The ETD Leadership Award

This award recognizes members of the university community whose leadership and vision has helped raise awareness of the benefits of ETDs and whose efforts have improved graduate education and research through the use of ETDs.


Bourse D'Excellence De La Fondation De L'Université du Québec À Chicoutimi

Deadline: April 30

Website: www.uqac.ca/administration_services/sae/aiude_financiere/formulaires.php

Please visit their website for further information regarding this program which is available to graduate students in all areas of studies.

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