Susan Mann Dissertation Scholarship
|Domestic/VISA:||Both are eligible.|
|Number of awards:||9.**|
|Eligible area of study:||(a) Open to all graduate programs.|
|Selection criteria:||Nominees must be outstanding students (with an A average) and must be registered as a full-time student;
|Application / nomination package:||
|Process:||No application is required. Candidates will be nominated by their Graduate Program. Graduate Programs will normally be permitted to nominate two, and in no case more than four students each year for the Provost and the Susan Mann Scholarship. If multiple students are nominated, then the program is required to submit a formal ranking of the nominees and a rationale for the ranking. Complete nomination packages (with all documents) are to be submitted in one package to FGS by the deadline date.|
|FGS deadline:||Program nominations, with complete documentation and rankings, are to be submitted to Sandra Yiu in the Office of the Dean, Graduate Studies by April 15.|
|For more information:|
|Contact:||Graduate Program Office or Sandra Yiu in FGS (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Notes:||The Susan Mann Dissertation Scholarship is awarded to encourage and assist outstanding students in their final year of doctoral study to concentrate exclusively on and complete their dissertations. It is designed to be awarded to students who have made significant progress on the research and writing of their dissertations, and who will forge ahead independently and with their supervisory committees.
* Tuition fee waiver only payable for the terms to which recipients are registered. If award is spread over two terms, tuition fee waiver only applicable for those two terms.
** Subject to change.
*** FGS will confirm approval of dissertation proposal after submission of nomination.
**** Possible VISA and OSAP implications if studies not completed by the end of the award due to part-time status.
Recipients must be registered active as a full-time student to hold the Scholarship.
Recipients of the Scholarship may not hold any York University support in the form of research, graduate, or teaching assistantships or equivalent and may not hold any other major scholarship (e.g., equivalent in value to an OGS award). Heath benefits available through GSA Health Plan.
|July, 1998 Amended and approved by the FGS Awards Committee, January 16, 1998 Approved by FGS Academic Planning & Policy Committee February 18, 1998, and by FGS Council April 2, 1998 Amended and Approved by SCARSA July 8, 1998 Title of award changed August 2006|
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