Value: varying amounts up to a total of $27,000 annually Details: Established to honour Arthur D. Latornell, OAC '50, who had a life-long special interest in resource management and conservation and in helping young people. Students registered in any program with at least an "A-" average in the last 2 years whose research interests relate to resource management and/or resource conservation; one of the ten awards is available to a student whose research interest relates to resource remediation/reclamation. More information: Arthur D. Latornell Graduate Travel Grants
Deadline: March 2, 2020 Value: one-time award of $6,000 Details: Full-time MSc or PhD students whose research is related to soil and/or water conservation For more information: Cecil H. Franklin Graduate Scholarship in Soil and Water Conservation
Deadline: There are TWO deadlines which applicants must meet in order to be considered for the Arrell Graduate Scholarships: February 21, 2020: Deadline to submit a completed application for admission to the graduate program in which the applicant intends to enroll while holding an Arrell Scholarship March 2, 2020: Deadline to submit all other completed components of the scholarship application Value: up to $100,000 (payable over 6 semesters) for Master's and up to $200,000 (payable over 12 semesters) for Doctoral Details: The Arrell Food Institute at the University of Guelph is now accepting scholarship applications for students entering a graduate program in the Fall 2020 semesters. The Institute is seeking emerging scholars who are not only academically outstanding but also passionately committed to ensuring that future generations are well fed, that diets are nutritious and equitable, and that agriculture is sustainable. As a complement to their graduate research, successful applicants will provide leadership within multi-disciplinary teams of graduate students, who will work with community, government and industry partners, and University of Guelph experts linked to the Arrell Food Institute, to address global food issues. This is a unique opportunity to be a part of the 'Food from Thought' research program, a $76.6 million investment from Canada's First Research Excellence Fund.
Value: several awards totalling approximately $1,000 Details: *Second Call for 2019-20* Research must relate to Scottish studies, including study in drama, English, family studies, history, philosophy and sociology. For more information: Clan Fergusson Graduate Research Travel Grant
Value: one-time award of $3,000 Details: Full-time MSc or PhD student doing research in biotechnology. More information: ICI Scholarship in Biotechnology
Value: One-time award of $6,000 Details: Matched by the University Graduate Scholarship Matching Program, this scholarship is provided through a generous bequest from Dr. Richard Carlton, faculty member in the Department of Sociology & Anthropology from 1972 to December 1990. Selection is based on the quality of the proposal, the research findings of which are expected to be publishable in recognized humanities and/or social science journals. Preference will be given to research relating to the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods of music up to 1900. More information: Stanley Saunders Scholarship for Music
Value: up to $12,500 per year for up to 1 year (Master's) or 2 years (Doctoral) Details: Established in recognition of Dr. Shaver's impact on layer genetics and sustainable poultry production. Students must submit a one-page research proposal and a CV, and arrange to have 2 letters of reference submitted, to the Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies grschol@uougelphca by February 3. Open to students entering any graduate program or in semester 1, 2, or 3 at time of application, who are conducting or proposing research in egg farming, such as, but not limited to: marketing initiatives aimed at growing the market for egg products; economic and business aspects of egg production and marketing, egg quality, safety and processing, the environment; as well as layer production research related to improving nutrition, health and performance. Recipients are required to submit an annual summary of their research. More information on the Egg Farmers of Ontario/Dr.Donald Shaver Scholarships in Sustainable Poultry Production
Value: up to $9,000 (two $4,500 payments, one in the recipient's 1st semester and one in their 4th semester) Details: Established in memory of David Frederick (Fred) Thompson, 1920-2005, who for 40 years was the Secretary of the Canadian Dairy and Food Industry Supply Association. Selection will be based on a combination of academic achievement and relevance of proposed research and its application in industry or the community. For more information: Fred Thompson Scholarship
Join the Guelph Knowledge Translation and Transfer Community of Practice for this event! We will learn about open educational practices (OEP) and how they support knowledge mobilization. Visit the registration page for more information and to register.
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