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Ana Maria Bejarano Fieldwork Fund

  • Established through various donors
  • To be awarded to one or two PhD students in the Department of Political Science so they can travel to Latin America to conduct field research. Awarded on the basis of academic merit.

Alexander Brady MacGregor Dawson Scholarship

  • Established through the generous donation of an anonymous donor in honour of Alexander Brady and Robert MacGregor Dawson, two early and distinguished scholars of Canadian political science.
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate student pursuing a graduate program or research degree in political science. The award is made on the basis of academic standing and an assessment of the student's promise and potential for graduate work.
Ann H. Atkinson Graduate Scholarship in Radical Political Theory
  • Established by Ann H. Atkinson
  • It is awarded to an incoming student pursuing a graduate degree in the Department of Political Science based on demonstrated interest in conducting research on socialist or Marxist thought and/or issues of social justice and inequality. If no appropriate candidates are offered admissions in any given year, the annual award may be directed toward an exceptional student already conducting research in this area.
 

Associates of the University of Toronto / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in History or Political Science (OGS)

  • Established by the Associates of the University of Toronto.
  • It is awarded to an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) recipient in the Department of History or Political Science. The award will alternate between the two departments on an annual basis.

 A. W. Johnson Graduate Scholarship for the Study of Canadian Government and Public Administration

  • Established by Professor Frank W. Peers and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate(s) studying Canadian Government and Public Administration in the Department of Political Science, on the basis of academic merit. Financial need may also be considered.

 C. B. Macpherson Dissertation Fellowship

  • Established by Professor Frank Peers and other friends and colleagues of the late C. B. Macpherson.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Political Science who has completed all non-thesis requirements for the PhD and is actively engaged in dissertation research.

 C. B. Macpherson OSOTF Dissertation Fellowship

  • Established by Professor Frank Peers and other friends and colleagues of the late C. B. Macpherson and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Political Science who has completed all non-thesis requirements for the PhD and is actively engaged in dissertation research. (OSOTF)

 Department of Political Science Graduate Scholarship Fund

  • Established through the generous donations of Various Donors and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a student in the Department of Political Science. (OSOTF)

 Department of Political Science Student Award

  • Established through the generous donations from various donors and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the Department of Political Science. (OSOTF

 Earhart Foundation Fellowships

  • Established by the Earhart Foundation.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Political Science.

 Frank Peers / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Political Science (OGS)

  • Established by Professor Frank W. Peers.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Political Science.

 Graduate Fellowships in the Department of Political Science

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by OSOTF
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Political Science. (OSOTF

 Ken Bryden Scholarship in Canadian Government and Politics in the Department of Political Science

  • Established by Professor Frank W. Peers and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to students entering graduate studies in Canadian government and politics in the Department of Political Science, on the basis of academic merit. Financial need may also be considered.

 Maurice Cody Research Fellowship

  • Established through the generous donations of the students and friends of the late Henry Maurice Cody.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the Department of Political Science, with preference, other things being equal, to students whose research deals with: Canadian Confederation, conditions immediately preceding the Confederation of the provinces and territories of British North America, Objects of Confederation.

 Paul Fox / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Political Science (OGS)

  • Established by Professor Frank W. Peers.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Political Science.

 Peter Russell / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Political Science (OGS)

  • Established by Professor Frank W. Peers.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Political Science.

 PPEF - Chris Matthews International Graduate Student Scholarship

  • Established by family and friends of Chris Matthews.
  • It is awarded to an international student pursuing his/her PhD in the Department of Political Science at the Faculty of Arts & Science based on academic merit.

 PPEF - Cranford Pratt / Richard Sandbrook International Graduate Student Scholarship in Political Science

  • Established to honour professors emeriti Cranford Pratt and Richard Sandbrook, Department of Political Science.
  • It is awarded to an International student pursuing his/her graduate degree in the Department of Political Science at the Faculty of Arts & Science, based on academic merit.

 Professor Emeritus Frank Peers Graduate Research Scholarship in the Department of Political Science

  • Established by Dr. Frank W. Peers and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Political Science or in the Masters of Arts in International Relations Program, according to the following priorities: (1) studies related to international conflict resolution; (2) studies related to problematic aspects of Canada – United States relations; (3) studies related to Canadian experiences in efforts to improve international co-operation. (OSOTF)

 Professors' / Ontario Graduate Scholarships in the Department of Political Science (OGS)

  • Established through the generous donations of the professors and professor emeriti of the Department of Political Science.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of Political Science.

 Robert C. Vipond Graduate Scholarship in Political Science

  • Established through the generous donations from the friends, students, colleagues of Professor Rob Vipond.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Political Science.

 Stefan Dupré / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Political Science (OGS)

  • Established by Professor Frank W. Peers.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of Political Science.

 Ted Hodgetts / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Political Science (OGS)

  • Established by Professor Frank W. Peers.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Political Science.

 Trudeau Centre Fellowships in Peace and Conflict Studies

  • Established through generous donations from an anonymous donor and Alan Gibbons in honour of William Beattie (UC’38) and Edna Margaret Beattie.
  • It is awarded to doctoral students in the Department of Political Science in areas related to peace and conflict.

 Vincent Tovell Graduate Scholarship in International Relations

  • Established by Professor Frank W. Peers and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in international relations on the basis of their previous achievement in related subject areas, such as political science, history, economics and sociology. Financial need may also be considered.

 W. L. Mackenzie King Fellowship in International Relations

  • Established through the generous donations by a group of friends of the Right Honourable William Lyon Mackenzie King, former Prime Minister and Secretary of State for External Affairs.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Political Science. Recipient must be a Canadian citizen who holds a degree of bachelor's degree from any Canadian university, and who completed at least two courses in geography, political science, economics and/or history in their undergraduate program. Consideration will be given to proficiency in a second language. The award will go to a person who is well-rounded, both in academics and in other aspects of life such as employment or student leadership.