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Anthony Doob / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Centre of Criminology

  • Established through the generous donations of the friends and family of Professor Anthony Doob.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Centre of Criminology who has obtained a first class standing.

H. S. Thurston Fellowship in Policing and Organized Crime

  • This fellowship was established through the generosity of Philip Anisman.
  • Awarded to a graduate student registered in the Centre of Criminology's master or doctoral program who: has prior experience as a police officer and intends to pursue studies relating to an aspect of policing, police administration or law enforcement. 
    OR
    Has an outstanding academic record and intends to pursue studies and research on the detection, prosecution or prevention of organized crime or a subject directly related to organized crime and law enforcement, including securities fraud, money laundering and local, national and international cooperation among police forces.

Richard Ericson Scholarship

  • Established through generous donations from friends, family and colleagues in memory of University of Toronto faculty member, Richard Ericson.
  • Awarded to graduate students in the Centre of Criminology on the basis of academic merit.