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Undergraduate Scholarships: Peace, Conflict & Justice Studies

Adrian and Donald Macdonald Intern Scholarship
  • Established by Various Donors.
  • Awarded to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Peace, Conflict and Justice undergraduate program at the Munk School of Global Affairs, based on academic merit and participation in an internship program/placement with government, non-governmental organizations and the private sector. Contact the Peace, Conflict, and Justice Studies Program for application and deadline information.

Arts and Science Award in Peace and Conflict Studies
  • Established by the University of Toronto.
  • (For Any Year) - Awarded to an outstanding student enrolled in the Peace and Conflict Studies Program.

 

 Arts and Science Scholarship for Excellence in Peace and Conflict Studies

  • Established by the University of Toronto.
  • (For Any Year) - One graduating year award of $3000.00 recognizing outstanding achievement of one or more graduating students who have completed a program in Peace and Conflict Studies; also one or more awards i-course (variable in value) for students with excellent performance.

 

Dr. Anatol Rapoport Award in Peace and Conflict Studies
  • Established through the generous donations from various donors.
  • To be awarded to a student in the Peace and Conflict Studies Program with a preference to a student working in the areas of Game Theory and Mathematical Psychology.

 

Fullerton OSOTF Scholarships
  • Established through a generous donation from an Anonymous Donor.
  • To assist students in the Peace and Conflict Studies Program who are completing original research in the field.  To be awarded on the recommendation of the Director of the Program on the basis of financial need.

 

Fullerton Scholarships
  • Established through a generous donation from an Anonymous Donor.
  • To assist students in the Peace and Conflict Studies Program who are completing original research in the field.  To be awarded on the basis of academic merit.

 

Louis Savlov Scholarship in Peace and Conflict Studies
  • Established by Louis Savlov.
  • To recognize and encourage outstanding academic performance and involvement in activities related to the Peace and Conflict Studies Program.  Awarded on the recommendation of the Program Director.

 

Malcolmson Prize in Peace and Conflict Studies
  • Established by Dorothy and Kenneth Malcolmson (UC’39).
  • To be awarded to a student with the best performance in UNI260Y, Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies.

 

Pearson College Scholarship
  • Established through the generous donation from an Anonymous Donor.
  • To provide funds to cover tuition expenses for a student enrolled in the Peace and Conflict Studies Program, with preference for a student from Lester B. Pearson College of the Pacific of Victoria, BC.  Lester B. Pearson College is a secondary school that offers “education in the total sense, which will produce involved, active, education citizens, whose attitude of understanding and service will be a force against bigotry and hatred between peoples.”

 

Petro and Paraskewia Wjunenko Memorial Scholarship
  • Established by David Reevely and Susan Burgess in memory of David Burgess’ grandparents.
  • Awarded to a student in the Peace and Conflict Studies Program on the basis of financial need and a minimal GPA of 3.25.  Award is open to students from all colleges.

 

Shannon L. Hamm Award
  • Established in memory of Shannon Hamm (1963-1992, M.A., 1986) a Senior Don in the University College Residence and a Teaching Assistant in Psychology, by her husband Amir Hussain.  Additional funds donated by friends of both.
  • Awarded to recognize and encourage outstanding performance by students enrolled in the Peace and Conflict Studies Program who demonstrate financial need.

 

Terry Gardner Scholarship in Peace Studies
  • Established by Constance Gardner and friends, in memory of her husband Professor Terrell Gardner.
  • To be awarded to a third year undergraduate student studying peaceful approaches to preventing and resolving conflicts among individuals, and groups, and/or finding just solutions to ongoing global and local issues. Recipient’s studies MUST be focused on peace studies. Applicants must submit a brief, one page essay outlining their program of study and/or project/research, and how it relates to the study of, and/or will allow them to pursue, peaceful approaches to preventing and/or resolving conflicts among individuals and groups and/or finding just solutions to ongoing global and local issues. Recipients must satisfy the eligibility requirements of the OTSS program. Contact the Peace, Conflict, and Justice Studies Program for application and deadline information.

 

Thomas Homer-Dixon Scholarship in Peace and Conflict Studies
  • Established through the generous donations from various donors from the April 10, 2008 gala.
  • Awards will be made on the basis of financial need according to the OTSS guidelines and will be variable in value and number.

 

William Beattie Fund for Undergraduate Research in Peace & Conflict Studies
  • Established through the generous donation of an Anonymous Donor.
  • To assist an undergraduate student in the Peace and Conflict Studies Program who could carry on research they could not otherwise afford to undertake.