In honour of Dr. Emőke J.E. Szathmáry, an endowment fund has been established at the University of Manitoba to commemorate her tenure as President and Vice-Chancellor of the University (1996 – 2008). The Manitoba Scholarship and Bursary Initiative have made a contribution to the fund. In recognition of the many contributions that Dr. Szathmáry has made to research in biological anthropology, the fund will be used to offer graduate fellowships to students in this discipline.
The available annual interest on the fund will be used to offer a renewable fellowship to a graduate student who:
The Fellowship is renewable for either one or three years, for Master’s and Doctoral students, respectively, provided that the recipient:
Only one recipient may hold the Fellowship at any one time. Recipients may hold the Dr. Emőke J.E. Szathmáry Graduate Fellowship in Biological Anthropology concurrently with any other awards, consistent with policies in the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Candidates will be required to submit an application that will consist of:
|d.||Other professional activities|
|e.||Volunteer and/or community service|
|f.||Include dates for all activities|
|a.||Objectives and their relationship to existing research and literature;|
|b.||The theoretical/conceptual framework guiding the research and, where applicable, the research;|
|c.||Hypotheses to be investigated;|
|d.||Study area or group in terms of location, size, environment, etc. and a map (if appropriate);|
|e.||Time period of interest;|
|f.||Materials or data to be studies including sample sizes;|
|g.||Method of analysis;|
|h.||Current status of the research and a timetable for its completion;|
|i.||Citations to the literature in your proposal and attach a list of references cited (Do not include anything that is not cited)|
|j.||An explanation of how the thesis will enhance understanding of Biological Anthropology|
If you are using human subjects as part of your research, you must contact the Committee on Research Involving Human Subjects.
Application Deadline: January 15 by 4:00 pm
Szathmáry Fellowship Application Form