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Acres Productive Technologies Inc. / Joseph Yonan Memorial Fellowship

  • Established by Acres Productive Technology.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in the Department of Computer Science on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

Addictive Mobility Scholarship in Applied Computing

  • Established by Addictive Mobility.
  • To be awarded to up to a maximum of five students in the Master of Science in Applied Computing program in the Department of Computer Science on the basis of academic merit. Preference will be given to those students who have taken or will be taking courses in data driven computation.

Alfred B. Lehman Graduate Scholarship in Computer Science

  • Established by June Elise Mines in memory of Professor Emeritus Alfred B. Lehman, a deep and brilliant researcher who received the prestigious Delbert Ray Fulkerson Prize for his work in the late 1970s on width-length inequalities. It is also matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science on the basis of academic merit with preference given to students studying in the area of discrete mathematics, with a special emphasis on combinatorics, graph theory, matroid theory and the theoretical foundations of mathematical programming. Financial need will also be considered.

C. C. Gotlieb (Kelly) Graduate Fellowship in the Department of Computer Science

  • Established by friends and family of C. C. Gotlieb.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in any sub-discipline of computer science on the basis of academic merit (research and course work), where financial need may also be considered.

Computer Science 50th Anniversary Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by the former chairs, together with the faculty and staff of the Department of Computer Science to commemorate the 50th Anniversary.
  • It is awarded to one or more international graduate students in the Computer Science PhD program based on academic merit.

Master of Science in Applied Computing Award

  • Established by the Faculty of Arts and Science.
  • It is awarded to graduate students enrolled in the Master of Science in Applied Computing program. Academic merit and financial need will be considered.

Monica Ryckman Bursary

  • Established by Monica Ryckman.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science who is otherwise without support. Contact the Department of Computer Science for information on how to apply.

Ontario Graduate Scholarships (OGSST)

  • Established by a generous donation by an anonymous donor.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science.

Platform Computing Graduate Fellowship in Computer Science

  • Established by Platform Computing Corporation.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science on the basis of academic merit, where financial need may also be considered.

Ray Reiter Graduate Award in Computer Science

  • Established by the friends and family of Ray Reiter and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) and the Ontario Trust for Student Support (OTSS).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the area of artificial intelligence, on the basis of financial need. (OSOTF)

Robert E. Lansdale/Okino Computer Graphics Graduate Fellowship in dgp for the Department of Computer Science

  • Established by Okino Computer Graphics.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science's Dynamic Graphics Project on the basis of academic merit, where financial need may also be considered.

Tom Hull Scholarship in Computer Science

  • Established through gifts of friends, colleagues, and former students in memory of Professor Tom Hull and matched by OSOTF and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student(s) in the Department of Computer Science, where financial need and academic merit will be considered. This award is open to students from the St. George, UTM and UTSC campuses. Contact the Department of Computer Science for information on how to apply. (OSOTF)

Wolfond Scholarship Program in Wireless Information Technology

  • Established by Greg Wolfond.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Computer Science who are pursuing research in areas related to wireless information technology on the basis of academic merit.