Graduate Student Short Course and Workshop Funds
Graduate Student Short Course and Workshop Funds are available to full-time graduate students in the Faculty of Health to offset the costs of attending external short courses, workshops or “bootcamps” to gain new research skills. Applicants can request a maximum of $1000.
Graduate Student Conference Travel Funds
Graduate Student Conference Travel Funds are available to full-time graduate students in the Faculty of Health to offset the cost of travelling to present their graduate research at a conference. Applicants can request a maximum of $1,000 in support of their conference travel.
March of Dimes Canada Graduate Scholarship
The March of Dimes Canada Graduate Scholarship is awarded to a graduate student in the Faculty of Health studying stroke recovery. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or protected person, and resident of Ontario who demonstrates financial need.
Should there be no suitable candidates; award criteria will be broadened to include students researching another disabling condition.
Meighen Wright Maternal-Child Health Graduate Scholarships
The Meighen Wright Foundation Maternal-Child Health Graduate Scholarship is awarded to graduate students in the Faculty of Health who have a minimum A average in their graduate courses, or for new graduate students in their first year of study who do not yet have graduate marks, a cumulative grade point average of 7.5 based on undergraduate courses. Previous recipients of the scholarship may submit an application, but will be given lower priority than new applicants.
Sammy Graduate Scholarship in Autism Research
The Sammy Graduate Scholarship in Autism Research will be awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Faculty of Health undertaking research in the field of autism. Students must have a minimum A average (or 7.5 grade point average for incoming graduate students). Students must demonstrate their interest in scholarship and/or research in this area. If there are no eligible graduate students in a given year, the distribution will be held and given to two students in the following year. If there are no eligible candidates for two consecutive years, the scholarship will be made available to graduate students studying early childhood developmental delays until an eligible recipient studying autism is found.