Award Value: Approximately $500 - $1500
Eligibility Criteria: The scholarships will be offered to applicants who:
- are enrolled full-time in the Faculty of Graduate Studies at the University of Manitoba, either in a Master’s or a Ph.D. program;
- have registered in or completed a graduate-level course covering Aboriginal issues;
- have a research focus on Aboriginal issues;
- have achieved a degree grade point average of at least 3.5; and,
- have demonstrated a commitment to disseminating the results of their research.
Application Details: Applicants will be required to submit the following on or before the deadline to the AIP Executive Assistant, Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources, 440 Wallace Building:
- A current transcript (U of M students may submit a Student History which must be requested from the Registrar’s Office) - web transcripts not accepted;
- A one-page statement explaining how their research relates to Aboriginal issues and how this research will be or has been disseminated in order to be considered for this award;
- An application form which is available from the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources website, at the Faculty General Office, 440 Wallace Building.
Please refer to the Award Application form for information on applying for this award. Students entering their first year of their graduate program will not normally be considered eligible for the scholarship. Recipients may only hold this award once.
COMPLETED APPLICATION FORMS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO:
CLAYTON H. RIDDELL FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENT, EARTH, AND RESOURCES ABORIGINAL ISSUES PRESS SCHOLARSHIP 440 WALLACE BUILDING
Applications due: SEPTEMBER 29, 2017