Scholarships by Department

Scholarships are an important source of funding for graduate students in the Faculty of Arts & Science. These, plus teaching assistantships and research assistantships, form the principal components of graduate student "funding packages."

Scholarships by department are listed below.

Andre Bekerman Memorial Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by the Ontario Public Service Employees’ Union
  • It is awarded to a graduate student pursuing a degree in the field of Archaeology (Department of Anthropology, Department of Art) and any students pursuing studies related to Archaeology. Academic merit and financial need will be considered.

Jeffrey S. Friedland / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Anthropology (OGS)

  • Established by Patricia and Allan Friedland.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of Anthropology.

Joseph W. and Maria C. Shaw Graduate Scholarship in Archaeology

  • Established by the Friends and Family of Professors Joe and Maria Shaw.
  • The scholarship will go to a PhD student in the Faculty of Arts & Science, selected based on academic merit and financial need to support his/her participation in archaeological field work.

Lorna Marshall Doctoral Fellowship in Social and Cultural Anthropology

  • Established by Lorna Marshall (Mrs. Laurence Kennedy) who was awarded a Doctor of Laws, Honoris Causa, by the University of Toronto in 1986.
  • It is awarded to a full-time doctoral student in social/cultural anthropology who has completed Examination II by March 31 in the year of the award. Recipient must be going into the field, or be in the field, in the year of the award. Award is for the purpose of fieldwork.

Vonda McCrae Clarke Memorial / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Anthropology (OGS)

  • Established through the Estate of Vonda McCrae Clarke.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of Anthropology.

William John Wintemberg Scholarship

  • Established by the Estate of Roma Elizabeth Jane Ower, the daughter of William John Wintemberg.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Anthropology.

Art History Graduate Scholarship Fund

  • Established through generous donations of various donors and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Art. On the recommendation of the Department Chair, in any given year the award may be restricted for travel support.

Beverley A. Parker Memorial Travel Award

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Art, where the award is restricted for travel support.

Colin Campbell Memorial Fellowship for Emerging Artists

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by OSOTF and the Ontario Trust for Student Support Fund (OTSS).
  • It is awarded on the basis of financial need to a graduate student in the Department of Art's Master of Visual Studies Program.

Department of Art Graduate Scholarship

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by OSOTF and OTSS.
  • It is awarded to a student in the Department of Art on the basis of financial need, where academic merit may also be considered.

Elisabeth Alfoldi Rosenbaum Memorial Award

  • Established through donations from various donors to the Department of Art and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to graduate student at the University of Toronto with a demonstrated interest in the areas of Professor Alfoldi Rosenbaum's interests: the Hellenistic through Early Byzantine periods (approximately 300 B.C.700 A.D.)

Helen Jeannette Dow Fellowship in Art History

  • Established by Marguerite Ruth Dow (University College 1949) in memory of her twin sister Helen Jeanette Dow (1926-1993) who graduated in Honours Art and Archaeology from University College in 1949. Helen Jeannette Dow went on to earn her PhD in 1955 from Bryn Mawr College, specializing in Medieval art. She became an Assistant Professor in 1963 and an Associate Professor in 1965 at the University of Toronto, where she taught art history until 1972. It is matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a student entering a graduate program in the Department of Art on the basis of financial need and academic merit, where preference will be given to a student who has graduated from University College.

Jean Sutherland Boggs Fellowship

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Art on the basis of financial need and academic merit. On the recommendation of the department chair, in any given year the award may be restricted for travel support.

Leonore V. Kinghorn Scholarship

  • Established by the Estate of the late Andrew Alexander Kinghorn.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Art, where preference will be given to students who have passed the PhD or Phil.M. comprehensive examinations. The fellowships are awarded to permit recipients to spend up to three months in travel and research on an itinerary approved by the Department of Art. Any funds not used for travel awards in a given year may be used for awards for other degree students.

Leontine Amant Ebers / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Art (OGS)

  • Established by Leontine P. Ebers.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Art.

Manzu Scholarship

  • Established by the Italian Bankers’ Association.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Art studying any period of art in Italy. Preference will be given to doctoral students wishing to study the work of the contemporary Italian artist Giacomo Manzu.

Paula Bonato Memorial Award

  • Established by Paul and Anna Maria Bonato and family.
  • It is awarded to a Master’s student on the basis of academic merit upon graduation from the Department of Art.

Peter H. Brieger Fellowship

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Art on the recommendation of the department chair, where in any given year the award may be restricted for travel support.

Robert Deshman Memorial Fund

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Art, where priority will be given to students studying Medieval art and architecture. On the recommendation of the department chair, in any given year, the award may be restricted for travel support.

Robert and Jacqueline White Scholarship / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Art (OGS)

  • Established by Robert G. White.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Art.

Stephen Vickers Memorial Award

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by OSOTF, EAF and OTSS.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Art on the recommendation of the Department Chair, where in any given year the award may be restricted for travel support.

 W. Bernard Herman Scholarship in Art

  • Established in honour of Dr. Herman’s 95th birthday by the Division of University Advancement and the Faculty of Arts & Science and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded upon admission to a graduate student in the Department of Art.

C. A. Chant Fellowship

  • Established by Clarence Augustus Chant.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics.

Carl Reinhardt Fellowship in Astronomy

  • Established by the Estate of Carl Reinhardt.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics.

Department of Astronomy Bursary

  • Established through the general donations of various donors.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy on the basis of financial need.

Frank S. Hogg Memorial Fellowship

  • Established through Various Donors, including the Estates of Roger Seeger Evans and Ruth Josephine Northcott.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics.

Jui Lin (Allen) Yen Award in Astronomy and Astrophysics

  • Established by Margarete Kalin and friends in memory of Jui Lin (Allen) Yen (1925-1993), a pioneer in Canadian radio astronomy.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, on the basis of meritorious research based on PhD thesis, published papers, and research projects. 

Mary and Ron Martin Graduate Fellowship in Astrophysics 

  • Established by Professor Peter G. Martin.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics. 

Mary and Ron Martin International Graduate Fellowship (PPEF) 

  • Established by Professor Peter Martin in honour of his parents, Mary and Ron Martin.
  • It is awarded to an international student pursuing his/her PhD in the Department of Astronomy & Astrophysics at the Faculty of Arts & Science based on academic merit.

Mary Louise & Ronald Laidlaw Martin Graduate Scholarship in Astronomy & Astrophysics

  • Established through the Estate of Mary Louise Martin
  • It is awarded to domestic or international students based on academic merit. Financial need may also be considered.  

Michael S. Fieldus Memorial Award

  • Established through donations by the family members, friends, and colleagues in memory of M.S. Fieldus.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, or individual who has graduated in the year in which nomination is made. Award is made on the basis of outstanding and sustained contributions to two or more of: academic achievement (including research), teaching, or service in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics.

Ontario Graduate Scholarships (OGSST)

  • Established by the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Graduate student in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics who is being supervised by a faculty member from the Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics.

Robert Shelley Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by Mr. Robert G. Shelley.
  • It is awarded to a student in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics where preference will be given to students conducting research in the area of extra solar planets. Financial need may also be considered.

Shirley Jones Fellowship

  • Established by the Estate of Florence Shirley Jones.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics.

Walter John Helm Graduate Scholarships (OGSST)

  • Established by the Estate of Walter John Helm and matched by OGSST.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics.

Alfred and Florence Aiken and Dorothy Woods (Aiken Woods) Memorial Graduate Scholarship in Cell and Systems Biology

  • Established by the Estate of Alfred Aiken and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology.

David F. Mettrick Fellowship

  • David F. Mettrick was a Professor of Zoology, 1967-1997, and served as Chair of the Department  of Zoology from 1975-1984.
  • This fund — an initiative of Professor Arthur M. Zimmerman — was supported by friends and colleagues of Professor David F. Mettrick.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology who is engaged in any aspect of zoological research.

Desmond and Marjorie Gourley / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Cell and Systems Biology (OGS)

  • Established by Desmond and Marjorie Gourley.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology.

D. L. Bailey Award

  • Established by the Family of Dr. D.L. Bailey.
  • Awarded to a graduate student presenting the best PhD proposal in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology.

Dr. Clara Winifred Fritz Memorial Fellowship in Plant Pathology

  • Established by the Estate of Madeleine Alberta Fritz.
  • Awarded to a graduate student studying in the area of plant pathology.

Dr. Klaus Rothfels Memorial Scholarship

  • Established through donations from friends and former students of Dr. Klaus Rothfels.
  • Awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

Dr. Leslie Paul Nyman Scholarship (Undergraduate or Graduate Students)

  • Established through donations from the family and friends of the late Dr. Leslie Paul Nyman.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student in Cell and Systems Biology who is involved in community service activities where preference is given to undergraduate students.

Duncan L. Gellatly Memorial Award

  • Established by the family and friends of Duncan Gellatly.
  • It is awarded biennially to a graduate student who is demonstrating excellence in virology research.

 Elizabeth Ann Wintercorbyn Awards in Botany

  • Established by the Estate of the late Elizabeth Ann Wintercorbyn.
  • Two awards – one to a graduate student engaged in plant biology research work which, in the opinion of the Department of Cell and Systems Biology, is likely to prove beneficial to agriculture and the other to a graduate student engaged in plant biology research work which, in the opinion of the Department of Cell and Systems Biology, is likely to prove useful to medicine.

Frederick P. Ide Graduate Awards in Cell and Systems Biology

  • Established by the Estate of Frederick P. Ide and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology. 

Hilbert and Reta Straus Award

  • Established through donations from Various Donors in memory of Hilbert and Reta Staus
  • Awarded to a full-time graduate student who has demonstrated high research achievement in the fields of plant molecular or cellular biology (sensulato).

Joan M. Coleman Scholarship / Ontario Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology (OGSST)

  • Established by through a generous anonymous donation.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology studying in the field of plant molecular biology.

 Kenneth C. Fisher Award for Graduate Students

  • Established through generous donations by the friends and colleagues of Professor K.C. Fisher.
  • Awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology, who maintains a high standard of academic and research achievements, balanced with outstanding extra-curricular contributions to their department, faculty, or the university as a whole.

Professor Jaro Sodek Graduate Student Bursary

  • Established through a generous donation from an anonymous donor and matched OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to one or more Master’s or doctoral student(s), focusing in protein research, in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology where financial need will be considered. 

Ramsay Wright Scholarship in Cell and Systems Biology

  • Established by the Estate of the late Professor R. Ramsay Wright.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology who is engaged in research in zoology.

Rustom H. Dastur Graduate Scholarship in Cell and Systems Biology

  • Established by the Estate of Renate Dastur in honour of her late father-in-law, Rustom Hormazdji Dastur, to support students pursuing studies in botany.

  • Awarded to graduate students studying plant sciences that successfully meet the requirements to transfer from the MSc program to the PhD program in the Graduate Department of Cell & Systems Biology. Award based on academic merit.

Senior Alumni Association Prize in Cell and Systems Biology

  • Established by the Senior Alumni Association of the University of Toronto and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology. 

Sheila Freeman Graduate Award in Zoology

  • Established through generous donations by the colleagues and friends of Sheila Freeman and matched OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology who is focusing his/her studies in animal biology.

Sherwin S. Desser Graduate Scholarship
Ontario Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology (OGSST)

  • Established through generous donations from various donors, including the colleagues and friends of Professor Sherwin S. Desser.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology.

Valerie Anderson Graduate Fellowship

  • Established through generous donations from various donors.
  • Awarded to a graduate student in any sub-discipline of plant biology on the basis of academic merit (research and course work).

Vietnamese Canadian Community Graduate Award in Zoology

  • Established through generous donations by the Members of the Vietnamese-Canadian community and matched OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology who is studying animal biology and who exhibits research ability/potential, good communication skills and interpersonal/leadership abilities.

Yoshio Masui Prize in Developmental, Molecular or Cellular Biology

  • Established by the Provost of the University of Toronto, the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science, and the Chair of the Department of Cell and Systems Biology in recognition of the outstanding research contributions of Professor Masui and funded through generous donations from various donors.
  • It was awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology on the basis of academic merit.

Zoology International Scholarship

  • Established by Professor Yoshio Masui, Department of Cell and Systems Biology.
  • It is awarded to a full-time international (visa) student enrolled in a graduate program offered by the Department of Cell and Systems Biology, on the basis of academic performance and financial need.

Zoology Sesquicentennial Graduate Award

  • Established through donations from alumni and friends of the Department of Cell and Systems Biology.
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Department of Cell and Systems Biology on the basis of academic merit. Financial need may also be considered.

Adrian Brook Graduate Scholarship in Organic Chemistry

  • Established by the Estate of Adrian Gibbs Brook and the Department of Chemistry
  • It is awarded to one or more graduate students in the Department of Chemistry who are pursuing research or studies in topics related to Organic Chemistry. The recipient(s) will be selected based on academic merit and financial need will be considered.

Alex Harrison Award in Analytical Mass Spectrometry

  • Established by the Halocom Society of Canada and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Chemistry studying in the area of the environment chemistry of chemical pollutants. Academic merit and financial need will be considered.

Andrew Roberston Gordon Fellowship

  • Established by the Estate of Andrew Robertson Gordon.
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Department of Chemistry on the basis of academic merit.

BASF Canada Graduate Student Award

  • Established by Ciba Specialty Chemicals, Inc (acquired by BASF in 2008) and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry where preference will be given to students in the area of polymers and materials. (OSOTF

Boehringer Ingelheim Award of Excellence in Organic or Bio Organic Chemistry

  • Established by Boehringer Ingelheim (Canada) Ltd and matched by OSOTF and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student (MSc or PhD) pursuing his or her studies in synthetic or bioorganic chemistry, and awarded on the basis of excellence both in graduate course work and in research. Financial need must be considered.

Chemclub Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by the Chemclub and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to two graduate students in the Department of Chemistry in their third or higher year of study in a doctoral program. A student who currently holds an NSERC/OGS/OGSST award is ineligible for this scholarship. This scholarship is open to international students who meet the criteria.

Ciba Specialty Chemicals, Inc. Graduate Student Award

  • Established by Ciba Specialty Chemicals, Inc and matched by OSOTF
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry where preference will be given to students in the area of polymers and materials.

Colin Hahnemann Bayley Fellowship in Chemistry

  • Established by the Estate of Emma Bayley.
  • It is awarded to an incoming graduate student, on the basis of academic excellence. If the student is entering a Master’s program, he/she will hold the fellowship for a period of two years. If the student is entering a PhD program, he/she will hold the fellowship during the final two years of the PhD Program.

 Dalton Chemical Laboratories Organic Chemistry Scholarship in Memory of Peter Yates

  • Established by Dalton Chemical Laboratories Inc and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a first year graduate student in organic chemistry. Significant improvement in academic performance between third and fourth year in the undergraduate program will also be considered.

Dalton Pharma Services Advanced Inorganic and Materials Laboratory Fellowship

  • Established by Dalton Pharma Services and matched by OSOTF and the Ontario Trust for Student Support (OTSS).
  • It is awarded annually to a teaching fellow, enrolled in the graduate program in the Department of Chemistry, on the basis of financial need where preference is given to students of merit.

 David H. Farrar Graduate Scholarship in Chemistry

  • Established by friends, students, and colleagues of Professor David H. Farrar and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to graduate student(s) in the Department of Chemistry, who have distinguished themselves both academically and for their leadership and contribution to the life of the university through student governance, community service or volunteer work.

Digital Specialty Chemicals Graduate Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by Digital Specialty Chemicals and matched by OGSST.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry studying in the area of phosphine chemistry.

Dina Gordon Malkin Graduate Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by Dina Gordon Malkin and matched by OGSST.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry who is studying biological/medicinal chemistry.

Donald J. Leroy Graduate Prize in Physical Chemistry

  • Established by the friends, family, and colleagues of the late Professor D. J. Leroy.
  • It is awarded on the basis of demonstrated academic excellence in research and performance in at least two graduate courses, with particular emphasis on the former.

Dr. L. Bradley Pett Graduate Award in Biological Chemistry

  • Established by Dr. L. Bradley Pett and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry who has completed at least one year of graduate work in the area of biological chemistry. (OSOTF).

Edwin Walter and Margery Warren Graduate Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by Margery Warren and matched by OGSST.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry.

Edwin Walter Warren Graduate Student Awards

  • Established through a generous donation from an anonymous donor and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry.

F. E. Beamish Graduate Scholarships (OGSST)

  • Established by the Estate of Margery Warren and matched by the Ontario Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry.

F. E. Beamish Prizes

  • Originally established in 1967 through the royalties from the sale of a book entitled Analytical Chemistry of the Platinum Metals, written by the late Professor F. E. Beamish.
  • It is awarded to students for outstanding graduate work, as evidenced by a seminar or performance on examinations, as follows: Analytical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry Seminar, Inorganic Chemistry Examinations, Physical Chemistry Seminar.

 Graduate Student Relocation Assistance Award

  • Established through the generous donations of Various Donors and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to new graduate students to help offset expenses incurred in relocating to Toronto from elsewhere in Canada.

Irene R. Miller Scholarship in Chemistry (PPEF)

  • Established by the Miller Khoshkish Foundation
  • It is awarded to one or more graduate students on the basis of academic merit with preference given toward support for international students enrolled in a PhD program in chemical physics with surface chemistry as the preferred area of research within chemical physics, Department of Chemistry. The award can be renewed a maximum of twice.

John Bunting Graduate Prize in Chemistry

  • Established by Mary Bunting and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a third or fourth year graduate student in the field of physical organic or bioorganic chemistry. The student must have a research publication from their graduate studies.

Jerry and Yvonne Kresge Fellowship in Chemistry

  • Established by Professor Alexander Jerry Kresge and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to graduate student(s) in the Department of Chemistry, on the basis of academic merit and financial need. 

Jim Guillet Chemistry Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by the Estate of Professor James E. Guillet and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Chemistry based on academic merit and the potential for significant innovation in any area of Chemistry. Financial need will also be considered.

J. Warren Flanagan / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Chemistry (OGS)

  • Established by J. Warren Flangan.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Chemistry.

Lawrence V. Redman Fellowships in Chemistry

  • Established through a bequest of the late Lawrence Vincent Redman, BA (1920), Hon DSc (1931).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student commencing the first year of a program of study in research in chemistry leading to an advanced degree.

 Leslie Gladstone Cook Memorial Fellowships

  • Established by Mrs. Alfreda Cook and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Chemistry, according to the following:
    • incoming graduate students travelling from other parts of Canada to Toronto;
    • graduate students attending special conferences in their field of graduate studies;
    • awarded as stipend support for graduate students in financial need.

Martin Moskovits Graduate Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established through a generous donation from an anonymous donor and matched by OGSST.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry who is studying the physical chemistry of materials.

Merck Canada Ltd. Chemistry Conference Award / Merck Canada Ltd. Graduate Award in Chemistry

  • Established by Merck Frosst Canada Ltd and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • The Conference Award is given to a senior graduate student in synthetic organic chemistry to attend an international conference and present their ideas and discoveries. The student must have a research publication from their graduate studies. The award is given to an incoming graduate student intending to carry out research in organic synthesis.

Michael J. Dignam Graduate Travel Award

  • Established by the family, friends, and colleagues of the late Professor Michael J. Dignam and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry in the Physical/Theoretical Chemistry or Chemical Physical sub-disciplines.

Ministry of the Environment Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Chemistry

  • Established by Her Majesty of the Queen in right of Ontario as represented by the Minister of the Environment and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Chemistry in the area of the environmental chemistry of chemical pollutants.

Robert and Jean Hadgraft Graduate Fellowship in Chemistry

  • Established by Robert B. Hadgraft and Jean Hadgraft and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry.

 Sarah Cusick Gollop and William George Gollop Memorial Graduate Scholarships

  • Established by the late Dame Anna Margaret Brooks, widow of the late George Edwin Gollop.
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Department of Chemistry on the basis of academic merit and preference will be given to students who received their undergraduate training outside Canada.

The Roberts Fellowship

  • Established through the Estate of Jessie Current, in honour of her siblings and the role the University of Toronto played in her life.
  • To be awarded on the basis of financial need to two students enrolled in a graduate program studying chemistry.

Xerox Research Centre of Canada Graduate Award in Chemistry

  • Established by Xerox Research Centre of Canada and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry. One award will be made to a student in the field of materials chemistry related to information and computer technology in the line with the business interest of Xerox Research Centre of Canada.

Atom Egoyan Cinema Studies Scholarship

  • Established by Atom Egoyan and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).   
  • It is awarded for academic excellence to a student accepted into the graduate program of the Cinema Studies Institute at University of Toronto where preference will be given to students who demonstrate broad interest and documented study in related disciplines.

Andrew and Stephanie Vorres Scholarship

  • Established by Ian Vorres, President of the Vorres Museum of Contemporary Greek Art, Attica, Greece.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in Greek studies in the Department of Classics to assist with any required travel to Greece to further a program of study or research.

Andrew and Stephanie Vorres Scholarship (OSOTF)

  • Established by Ian Vorres, President of the Vorres Museum of Contemporary Greek Art, Attica, Greece. The award is matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a financially needy graduate student in Greek studies in the Department of Classics, to assist with any required travel to Greece to further a program of study or research. The awards are open to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Academic merit will also be considered.

C. B. Farrar International Graduate Scholarship in Classics (PPEF)

  • Established by the Estate of Professor Clarence B. Farrar
  • It is awarded to one or more international PhD student(s) studying in the Department of Classics on the basis of academic merit.

Dorothy Louise Ellison, 4T8 / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Faculty of Arts and Science / Department of Classics (OGS)

  • Established by Laura Chunosoff.
  • It is awarded to an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) recipient enrolled in the Department of Classics.

 James William Connor Greek Composition Prize (Undergraduate or Graduate students)

  • Established by the Weigand Memorial Foundation Inc.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student as the result of a special examination in Greek composition conducted by the Department of Classics. In the event of no candidate submitting for (or being awarded) the Prose Competition Prize award will be made to the graduate student with the highest level of achievement in two or more graduate level Greek courses in the current year.

John Lundon Memorial Fellowship in Classics

  • Established by Katie Lundon and Alice Lundon
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in the Department of Classics who is pursuing coursework or studies abroad in papyrology or epigraphy, or who wishes to conduct research by consulting other original sources
    • About Dr. John Lundon: As a proud student of Trinity College, Dr. John Lundon gained his B.A. (1984) and M.A. (1986) in Classics at the University of Toronto. He completed his Ph.D. in Classical Philology (1999) at the Università di Salerno as an esteemed expert in papyrology. He spent periods of research and teaching at Oxford in the U.K., Cologne in Germany, and several intitutions in Italy. His productive research led to a large number of scholarly publications on Greek and Roman literature and learning, base don the editing and interpretation of papyri. He spent one year at Harvard University as a Junior Fellow, where he compiled an important alphabetical list of the Scholia Minora in Homerum. In 2013, he was appointed Associate Professor of Papyrology at the University of Turin. Dr. Lundon held that position until his untimely passing in 2017. We honour his academic legacy with this award.

J. P. Bickell Foundation Graduate Fellowship in Classics

  • Established by the J.P. Bickell Foundation and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded by a graduate student entering or continuing studies at the MA or PhD level in the Department of Classics.

Kathryn Bosher Memorial Graduate Award in Classics (PPEF)

  • Established by Family and Friends of Kathryn Bosher
  • It is awarded to a PhD student in the Department of Classics based on financial need. Academic merit will also be considered.

 Leonard Woodbury Fellowship

  • Established by the family, friends, and colleagues in memory of Leonard Woodbury.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Classics.

M. B. Wallace Memorial Graduate Award in Classics

  • Established by the family and friends of Malcolm Wallace and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Classics on the basis of financial need, where academic merit will also be considered.

PPEF - Emmet Robbins Memorial Graduate Awards in Classics

  • Established by the Estate of Emmet Robbins, and the family and friends of Emmet Robbins.
  • It is awarded to PhD students in the Department of Classics on the basis of financial need. Academic merit will also be considered.

Rene Efrain Memorial / Ontario Graduate Scholarships in the Department of Classics (OGS)

  • Established by the Estate of Germain Francois Efrain.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of Classics.

Rene Efrain Memorial Scholarship in Roman History in the Department of Classics

  • Established by the Estate of Germain Francois Efrain and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student studying Roman history in the Department of Classics.

R. M. Smith Memorial Fellowship in Classics

  • Established by the family and friends of R. M. Smith and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a Master’s or doctoral student studying classics.

Sidney P.H. Robinson Graduate Scholarships in Ancient Philosophy

  • Established by Sidney P.H. Robinson and friends of Sidney P.H. Robinson.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) studying ancient philosophy in the Departments of Classics and/or philosophy, on the basis of academic merit.

Zbigniew Jarkiewicz Memorial Scholarship Fund

  • Established by Mrs. Bozena Clarke, in memory of her late husband, Zbigniew Jarkiewicz, a PhD graduate in the Department of Classics.
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Department of Classics who is studying classics or classical archaeology.

Amilcare Iannucci Memorial Scholarship (PPEF)

  • Established by the Iannucci Family
  • Awarded to one or more students enrolled in the PhD program in the Centre for Comparative Literature on the basis of academic merit. Financial need will also be considered.

Lorie Waisberg / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Comparative Literature (OGS)

  • Established by Barrie Rose.
  • It is awarded to an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) recipient in the Centre for Comparative Literature.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Alumni Dissertation Award

  • Established through the generous donations of the alumni and friends of the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies.
  • It is awarded up on completion of the requirements for the PhD with a degree from the Drama Centre, for graduation in November/March/June of each academic year. Vetting by a committee of three, struck by the director of the centre, and awarded to the best dissertation produced during that year by graduates with a PhD in hand.

Metal-Trebbin-De Boni / Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) in the Graduate Centre for Study of Drama

  • Established by Professor Umbert De Boni.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies.

Ronald Bryden Fellowships

  • Established through the generous donations of the family and friends of Ronald Bryden.
  • Ronald Bryden spent his professional life writing and teaching about theatre as a drama critic at The Observer; as dramaturge at the Royal Shakespeare Company, as a professor and Director of the Centre for Graduate Studies in Drama at the University of Toronto, on the boards of the Stratford and Shaw Festivals and the Canadian Stage Company, on the editorial board of Modern Drama, and finally as literary advisor to the Shaw Festival. Ron was the author of two collections of essays, The Unfinished Hero and Shaw and his Contemporaries, as well as numerous essays and reviews.
  • It is awarded to graduate students enrolled at the Graduate Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies and awarded on the basis of financial need.

A. T. Griffis Memorial Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by Watts, Griffis and McOuat Ltd.
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Department of Geology on the basis of academic excellence, professional dedication and imagination. Preference may be given to students requiring geology field trips, especially for research involving a significant economic geology component.

Canadians Resident Abroad Foundation Graduate Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by Canadian Resident Abroad Foundation and matched by the Ontario Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology (OGSST).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geology.

D. H. Gorman Explorers Fund Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by Mr. Keith M. Barron
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geology based on academic merit, where financial need will also be considered. Preference will be given to students in the area of Mineralogy.

 Dr. Norman Keevil President's Fellowships in Geology

  •  Established through the generous donation of an anonymous donor and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geology who intends to take their expertise to developing nations upon graduation. Preference will be given to students whose birth place is in a developing nation. 

Eric L. Hoffman Memorial Scholarship

  • Established by Ariella Hoffman in memory of Eric L. Hoffman, President and founder of Activation Laboratories Ltd. (Actlabs)
  • Award to PhD students in the Department of Earth Sciences who have demonstrated a sincere interest and promise in the fields of geology and geochemistry, leadership qualities, and academic merit.

 Graduate Explorers Fund Award

  • Established through the generous donations of the alumni and friends of the Department of Geology
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geology based on academic merit, where financial need will be considered.

Graduate Student Scholarship / Bursary Fund in honour of Emeritus Professor Steven D. Scott and Joan Scott

  • To be awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geology. Recipients must be in good academic standings and have demonstrated financial need as determined by the Ontario Trust for Student Support (OTSS) guidelines. 

H. V. Ellsworth Graduate Fellowship in Mineralogy

 Established by the Estate of the late Mabel J. Ellsworth.

  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geology who is pursuing research in the general field of mineralogy.

Hugh Snyder International Scholarship in Earth Sciences

  • Established by Hugh Snyder
  • To be awarded on admission to an international graduate student from Latin America (including Mexico and Brazil), Spain or Portugal based on academic merit. The scholarship is renewable in subsequent years provided the student continues their graduate studies in Earth Sciences and maintains academic standing. 

Irene Gale Rucklidge Explorers Fund Graduate Scholarship

  • Established in memory of Irene Gale-Rucklidge, who passed away on October 31, 2009 by her husband, Professor Emeritus John C. Rucklidge through generous donations from him and an anonymous donor.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) studying in the field of mineralogy, petrology and/or geochemistry in the Department of Geology, based on academic merit, where financial need will also be considered.

James P. Nowlan Explorers Fund Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by the Estate of James P. Nowlan
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geology based on academic merit, where financial need will also be considered.

Jeff Fawcett & John Gittins Graduate Explorers Fund

  • Established by Drs. Laurie Curtis, Cam Allen, and Teck Cominco Ltd to celebrate the contributions of Professors Jeff Fawcett and John Gittins to the education of two generations of students in the areas of igneous and metamorphic petrology in the Department of Geology at the University of Toronto
  • It is awarded to one or two graduate students in the Department of Geology whose research is focused on the application of petrology, mineralogy or field mapping to the study of economic geology and ore deposits, or whose work applies these fields to other sub disciplines of Earth Science.

 J. J. Fawcett Graduate Scholarship (OGSST)

  •  Established by Canadian Resident Abroad Foundation and matched by OGSST.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geology.

Laurence and Theresa Curtis Explorers Graduate Fellowship (PPEF)

  • Established by Laurence W. Curtis
  • It is awarded to one or two students enrolled in a PhD program in the Department of Earth Sciences on the basis of academic merit with preference given toward support for international students. Financial need will be considered.

Margaret Amelia Miller Scholarship

  • Established by the Estate of Willett Green Miller
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in a program in Geology or Geophysics, and on the basis of academic merit. Preference will be given to a student who is conducting the main part of his/her research at the University of Toronto at Mississauga (UTM), and/or whose primary supervisor is a faculty member fully appointed at UTM.

Nick and Marilyn Tintor Explorers Fund Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by Mr. Nick Tintor
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geology based on academic merit, where financial need will be considered.

P. C. Finlay Q.C. President's Fellowships in Geology

  • Established through the generous donation of an anonymous donor and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geology who intends to take their expertise to developing nations upon graduation. Preference will be given to students whose birth place is in a developing nation.

PPEF - Cameron Allen Explorers Graduate Fellowship

  • Established by Mr. Cameron R. Allen.
  • To be awarded to one or more graduate students in economic geology and ore deposit studies on the basis of academic merit with preference given toward support for international students enrolled in the PhD program in the Department of Earth Sciences. Financial need will be considered.

PPEF - Emeritus University Professor A. J. (Tony) Naldrett Graduate Scholarship Fund

  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in the Department of Geology carrying out research in the fields of geology, petrology, geochemistry (incl. experimental) and geophysics applied to economic mineral deposits; and/or mineral exploration/evaluation techniques. Preference will be given to international students enrolled in a Ph.D. program as well as those carrying out research on orthomagmatic ore deposits.

Richard Bedell Explorers Fund Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by Mr. Richard L. Bedell.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in the Department of Geology based on academic merit, where financial need will also be considered. Preference will be given to international students and those who conduct research related to mineral exploration.

W. W. Moorhouse Fellowship

  • Established by Amax Exploration Incorporated who provide an annual donation of $1000 where the funds were donated by the friends and colleagues of the late Professor W. W. Moorhouse
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geology.

Chikai and Sawa Hiraki Japanese Canadian Buddhist / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of East Asian Studies (OGS)

  • Established by Stanley Hiraki, George Hiraki, Joy Kamibayashi and Catherine Heike.
  • It is awarded to an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) recipient in the Department of East Asian Studies.

Chinese Canadian History and/or Culture Fellowship

  • Established by the Federation of Chinese Canadian Professionals (Ontario) Education Foundation.
  • It is awarded to a Masters or doctoral graduate student in the Department of East Asian Studies, on the basis of academic achievement, and whose studies focus on the culture and history of the Chinese Canadian community.

Chizuru Suzuki Memorial Scholarship in Japanese Literature and Japanese Studies (Undergraduate or Graduate students)

  • Established by the family, friends, and associates of the late Ms. Chizuru Suzuki.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student in a program offered by the Department of East Asian Studies. Selection based on academic performance in Japanese studies and activities promoting Japan Canada cultural ties. 

Chuk Ping Ho and Chiu Wing Ng / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of East Asian Studies (OGS)

  • Established by Ka Chai Casey Ho, Ka Shi Henry Ho, Ka Keung Keith Ho.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of East Asian Studies.

EAS Graduate Research Scholarship

  • Established through generous donation of various donors and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of East Asian Studies.

Mitsubishi Graduate Scholarship in Japanese Studies

  • Established by Mitsubishi Canada Limited
  • It is awarded to a full-time MA or PhD student of the Department of East Asian Studies in Japanese Studies or graduate students in professional faculties who intend to specialize in Japan-related subjects.  Academic merit will be considered and preference will be given to a student of the University of Toronto who is currently enrolled in the undergraduate program and intend to proceed to an MA.

Okamatsu Japanese Book Award (undergraduate or graduate students)

  • Established by Mr. Yoshihisa Okamatsu.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student in Japanese studies, where preference will be given to graduate students.

Reverend Doctor James Scarth Gale Scholarship in East Asian Studies

  • Established by the Estate of George J. M. Gale.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student in support of his/her study or research in East Asian countries (China, Japan, Korea, etc), where academic merit is considered.

Ting Fang Chung Scholarships (undergraduate or graduate students)

  • Established by a bequest of the late Mr. Ting Fang Chung.
  • It is awarded to a student in the Department of East Asian Studies, to continue education at a university in China; or Chinese students resident in China, to continue education in the Department of East Asian Studies. 

Alfred and Florence Aiken and Dorothy Woods (Aiken-Woods) Graduate Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Established by the Estate of Alfred Aiken and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

A. Murray Fallis Graduate Award in Zoology

  • Established by the family of Dr. A. Murray Fallis and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology who is studying animal biology.

Archibald G. Huntsman Graduate Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Established by the family and friends of A.G. Huntsman, in recognition of the 73-year association of Archibald Gowanlock Huntsman, BA (1905), BM (1907), MB (1933), LLD (1969), with the University of Toronto, during which Dr. Huntsman contributed so much to the advancement of science in Canada. The scholarship is matched by (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

Bronwyn Dalziel Memorial Scholarship

  • Established thanks to the many generous donors who gave to the Arts and Science Annual Fund, as well as donations from Bronwyn's family and friends.
  • It is awarded to a Masters student in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. At the discretion of the department, financial need or academic merit may be considered, but is not necessary. 

Carl E. Atwood Graduate Award in Zoology

  • Established by the family, friends, and colleagues of Professor Carl E. Atwood and matched by (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology who is studying animal biology.

Charles E. Eckenwalder Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by James E. Eckenwalder.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology studying in the field of plant systematics.

 C. S. "Rufus" Churcher Graduate Award in Zoology

  • Established by Dr. C. S. Churcher and matched by (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology who is studying comparative anatomy, functional morphology, adaptive and taxonomic evolution, palaeontology, and stratigraphic distribution or evolution of vertebrates.

Donald A. Chant Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Established by the family, friends, and colleagues of Professor Donald A. Chant.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student, who has decided to focus their studies on those areas which are closest to Professor Chant's interests in conservation, ecology and evolution; to be awarded on the basis of academic merit.

Dr. F.M. Hill Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by Dr. F. Marguerite Hill and matched by the Ontario Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology (OGSST).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology studying in the field of biology.

Edna Margaret Robertson Scholarship

  • Established by the Estate of Edna Margaret Robertson.
  • It is awarded to an incoming graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology whose research topics are related to the conservation of fish or wildlife in Ontario. Award will be made on the basis of academic merit.

E. M. Walker Graduate Award in Biodiversity

  • Established by Dr. Rosemary Speirs and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded by a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology who is studying animal biodiversity.
  • It is awarded a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology who is studying animal biology.

 Frederick P. Ide Graduate Awards in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Established by the Estate of Frederick P. Ide and matched by (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

Grant D. Darker Graduate Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Established by Mrs. Frances Jackson, in memory of Dr. Grant D. Darker, and friends and colleagues of Dr. Darker and matched by OSOTF.
  • Awarded to a graduate student in mycology.

Harold H. Harvey Prize for Academic Leadership

  • Established by various donors.
  • The Harold H. Harvey Prize celebrates contributions to the intellectual life of the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Contributions include, but are not limited to, graduate leadership positions, organizing discussion groups, short courses, and academic events. Students in the 5th and 6th year of their PhD program are eligible for consideration. Contact department for information on how to apply.

Harold H. Harvey Scholarship in Zoology

  • Established by the friends, students, and colleagues of Professor Harold Harvey.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology studying freshwater fishes, freshwater fisheries, and/or freshwater ecology. Academic merit and financial need will be considered.

Ilmar Talvila Graduate Award in Ecology

  • Established by the family and friends of Ilmar Talvila and the Senior Alumni Association (SAA) in recognition of his outstanding contribution as the past president of the SAA. The award is matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

Jack Dainty Graduate Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Established by the family, friends, and colleagues of Professor Jack Dainty.
  • It is awarded to graduate students, who have decided to focus their studies on those areas which were closest to Professor Jack Dainty's interests in organismal biology, ecology and evolution; to be awarded on the basis of academic merit.

J. Douglas Roseborough Prize in Zoology

  • Established by the friends of the late J. D. Roseborough and matched by (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. 

Jokers Hill Graduate Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (OSOTF II)

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology who is involved in research at Jokers Hill.

Kathleen and Donald Strong Hull Graduate Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Established by the Estate of Donald Strong Hull and matched by (OSOTF).
  • A graduate fellowship awarded annually to assist in attracting a candidate to the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology in any sub-discipline of plant biology.

Leonard Butler Graduate Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Established by Dr. Leonard Butler and matched by (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded by a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

Lillian E. Darker Graduate Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Established by the Estate of the late Grant Dooks Darker.
  • Awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology in a program of study leading to a Master’s or PhD in some aspect of mycology and a student needing assistance to attend meetings, conferences, forays or other kinds of travel related to their studies or to provide assistance for field trips to collect fungi. 

Mary Louise & Ronald Laidlaw Martin Graduate Scholarship in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

  • Established through the Estate of Mary Louise Martin
  • It is awarded to domestic or international students based on academic merit. Financial need may also be considered.

Minns Family Bursary in Ecology and Evolution

  • Established by Dr. Charles K. Minns.
  • It is awarded by a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

Peter A. Abrams Prize for Research Excellence

  • Established by various donors
  • Awarded to students in the 5th or 6th year of their PhD program in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Students who demonstrate excellence in research are eligible for consideration. Contact department for information on how to apply.

Peter Abrams Scholarship in Quantitative Biology

  • Established by various donors

  • Awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology who is engaged in quantitative and/or mathematical biology research.

Ramsay Wright Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Established by the Estate of late Professor R. Ramsay Wright.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology who is engaged in research in zoology.

Reino S. Freeman Fellowship

  • Established by Mrs. Ellen B. Freeman.
  • It is awarded to an incoming graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology who is engaging in research in the area of animal parasitology.

Reino S. Freeman OSOTF Fellowship

  • Established by Mrs. Ellen B. Freeman and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to an incoming graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology who is engaging in research in the area of animal parasitology.

Robert L. Jefferies Graduate Scholarship in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Established by the Friends and Family of Professor Robert Lenthall Jefferies
  • To be awarded on the basis of academic merit or financial need to graduate student(s) in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

Senior Alumni Association Prize in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

  • Established by the Senior Alumni Association of the University of Toronto and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology on the basis of financial need, where academic merit will also be considered.

W. Jack Christie Graduate Award in Ecology

  • Established by the family and friends of W. Jack Christie and matched by OSOTF.

Arthur Child / Ontario Graduate Scholarships in Economics (OGS)

  • Established by the Arthur J.E. Child Foundation.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of Economics.

Brent Buckner Peter Dungan / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Economics (OGS)

  • Established by Mr. Brent Buckner.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Economics.

Brian A. Miron Graduate Scholarship in Financial Economics

  • Established by Brian A. Miron and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) enrolled in the Master of Financial Economics Program, based on academic merit, where financial needs will also be considered.

Department of Economics Student Award

  • Established through the generous donations of 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 in the Department of Economics.

Dorothy J. Powell Graduate Scholarship in International Economics

  • Established by Dorothy J. Powell.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the field of international economics on the basis of academic merit, where financial need may also be considered.

Edward B. Kernaghan Fellowship

  • Established by Mr. Edward B. Kernaghan.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Economics; or a graduate of the University of Toronto who enrolls at another university for an approved course of study or research.

Eva Klein and Leonard Waverman / Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS)

  • Established by the friends and family of Leonard Waverman and Eva Klein and friends of the Department of Economics
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Economics.

Harry Eastman Graduate Award

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors.
  • It is awarded to the most outstanding second year PhD paper in International Economics.

Helleiner Graduate Fellowship

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors.
  • It is awarded to a doctoral student in economic development or international economics on the basis of academic merit.

H. Stanley Hunnisett Fund

  • Established by the Estate of Henry Stanley Hunnisett.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Economics on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

Hubert Richmond Kemp / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Economics (OGS)

  • Established by Alison Mitchell and friends of the Department of Economics.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of Economics.

Lawrence and Tracey Smith Family Bursary in Economics

  • Established by Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd (Smith) and various donors and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Economics.

Leon Lee On Wong and Susan Foon Chim Wong / Ontario Graduate Scholarship Economics (OGS)

  • Established by Susan Foon Chim Wong
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Economics

Master of Financial Economics Award

  • Established by the Faculty of Arts and Science
  • Awarded to graduate students enrolled in the Master of Financial Economics program. Academic merit and financial need will be considered

Master of Financial Economics Graduate Awards

  • Established through a portion of tuition fees for the Masters of Financial Economics Program
  • It is awarded to students in the Master of Financial Economics Program based on their undergraduate/graduate record.

Maurice Cody Research Fellowship

  • Established through generous donations of the students and friends of the late Henry Maurice Cody
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Economics, 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.

MFE Alumni & Friends Admissions Scholarship

  • Established by an Anonymous Donor and Various Donors
  • An incoming Master of Financial Economics (MFE) student in the Department of Economics based on academic merit.

Samuel Hollander Graduate Award

  • Established by the University of Toronto Press, the Department of Economics and other generous donors
  • It is awarded to the most distinguished doctoral student in the Department of Economics, with preference to a student in the history of economic thought.

Tom Easterbrook Graduate Scholarship in Communications and the Mass Media

  • Established by Frank W. Peers and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF) in honour of Tom Easterbrook, an economics historian who served from 1961 to 1970 at the University of Toronto as Chairman of the Department of Political Economy. Professor Easterbrook was interested in the role of the media, and supported Marshall McLuhan’s early conjectures on the nature of mass communications.
  • This scholarship is open to graduate students in the Departments of History, Economics, Political Science, and Sociology who wish to pursue studies related to communications and the mass media in a social democratic society such as Canada. Applications should be submitted by April 1 to the Department of Political Science.

Adam Penn Gilders Scholarship in Creative Writing

  • Established through generous donations by the friends and family of Adam Penn Gilders and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s), on the basis of academic merit, in MA English in the field of creative writing.

Anne Tanenbaum Scholarship in English Literature (undergraduate or graduate students)

  • Established by the families of Howard and Larry Tanenbaum in honour of the eightieth birthday of their mother, Anne Tanenbaum, in recognition of her sustained interest in English literature
  • It is awarded to a student enrolled in a program offered by the Department of English.

A.S.P. Woodhouse Prize

  • Established by the alumni, friends, and associates of the late Professor A.S.P. Woodhouse.
  • It is awarded to the best PhD thesis in English accepted by the Department of English in any given year.

Avie Bennett Emerging Writers Scholarships

  • Established through the generous donation of an anonymous donor.
  • It is awarded to graduate students entering the first year of the MA Program in English in the Field of Creative Writing.

Brian Corman Graduate Prize

  • Established through the generous donations of the family and friends of Professor Brian Corman, who left his mark on the Department of English in many ways but none more lasting than his dedication to and mentoring of graduate students.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in the Department of English who is working on restoration and/or 18thcentury studies, and who have distinguished themselves both academically and for their leadership and contribution to the life of the university through student governance, community service or volunteer work.

 Christopher (Chris) Wallis / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of English  (OGS)

  • Established by Patricia Wallis.
  • It is an awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of English.

Department of English Creative Writing Scholarship

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by OSOTF and the Ontario Trust for Student Support (OTSS).
  • It is awarded to a student enrolled in the Creative Writing Program in the Department of English.

Dorothy Louise Ellison, 4T8 / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Faculty of Arts and Science / Department of English (OGS)

  • Established by Laura Chunosoff.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of English. 

Emerging Writers Scholarship Fund

  • Established through generous donations from the alumni and friends of the Department of English
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in MA English in the field of creative writing, on the basis of academic merit.

Frederick Marker PhD Fellowship

  • Established by Frederick Marker
  • It is awarded to one or more graduate student(s) in the Department of English. The award is available to both domestic and international students pursuing a PhD degree. The student(s) should be in the first year of their PhD study. In addition to academic excellence, financial need shall be taken into consideration.

Gordon Russell and Beatrice Bott Dow / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of English (OGS)

  • Established by Marguerite R. Dow.
  • It is awarded to an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) recipient enrolled in the Department of English.

Henry Beissel Scholarship in Creative Writing

  • Established by the Thain Family and various donors in honour of Henry Beissel, a poet, playwright and author with a particular interest in humanism and the long poem.
  • To be awarded to one or more undergraduate or graduate student(s) of creative writing, on the basis of academic merit. Financial need may also be considered. Preference will be given to a student of poetry.

Linda Hutcheon Graduate Scholarship

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors.
  • It is awarded to an incoming graduate student in the Department of English or the Centre for Comparative Literature, who is working in the area of contemporary literature, theory or interdisciplinary approaches to literature. The award will alternate between the department and the centre each year.

Mara Roebuck Memorial Graduate Prize in English

  • Established by Mrs. Sandy Rotman and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to an MA student in the Department of English on the basis of academic merit and financial need, where preference will be given to students who completed their undergraduate degree at Woodsworth College of the University of Toronto.

Quentin Compson Bursary for Graduate Studies in English

  • Established by the Estate of Jon Robert Pearce
  • It is awarded to one or more graduate student(s) in the Department of English every year. This bursary is available to both domestic and international students, pursuing either a master's or PhD degree.

Toronto Star / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Faculty of Arts and Science / Department of English (OGS)

  • Established by the Toronto Star.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of English.

V. A. De Luca Memorial Fellowship

  • Established by Professor V. A. De Luca with generous donations from family, students, colleagues and friends and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate degree student in the Department of English.

Viola Whitney Pratt Memorial OSOTF Scholarship in English

  • Established by the Estate of Mildred Claire Pratt and matched by OSOTF and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Department of English who best exemplifies the qualities of Viola Whitney Pratt: enthusiasm, creative imagination and humility combined with a love for the English language.

Viola Whitney Pratt Memorial Scholarship in English

  • Established by the Estate of Mildred Claire Pratt.
  • Awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Department of English who best exemplifies the qualities of Viola Whitney Pratt: enthusiasm, creative imagination and humility combined with a love for the English language.

Alexander B. Leman Memorial Award

  • Established by the Lemans in memory of Alexander B. Leman, Ing.Arch., FRAIC, FRSA, (1926-2010) an architect and urban planner who founded his own architectural firm (1958) as well as Leman Group Inc., (1972) an urban development and planning consulting company. A Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts, London, UK, he served as President of the Ontario Association of Architects as well as President of the World Society for Ekistics.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the collaborative program at the School of the Environment and the Department of Geography's Program in Planning, based on academic merit and financial need.

Arthur and Sonia Labatt Fellowships

  • Established by the Arthur and Sonia Labatt Foundation and matched by OSOTF and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to a Master’s or doctoral student in the School of the Environment on the basis of financial need and academic excellence where preference will be given to students who are exploring practical based solutions to environmental issues and/or examining the market place for solutions to environment issues.

Dr. Ranbir Singh Khanna / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Environment (OGS)

  • Established by the Estate of Dr. Ranbir Singh Khanna.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Faculty of Arts & Science.

Eric David Baker Krause Graduate Fellowship

  • Established through generous donations by the friends, family, and colleagues of Eric Krause and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund.
  • It is awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence, to Master’s or doctoral candidates in the school who meet OSOTF guidelines where preference will be given to students who have obtained their undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto Division of the Environment.

George Burwash Langford Graduate Scholarship

  • Established through the generous donations of the family, friends, and colleagues of George Burwash Langford.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in a program offered by the School of the Environment, who combines excellence in research in environmental studies and contributes to the work of the school.

Marjorie Gillespie Bolton and Mabel Gillespie Norris Memorial Scholarship

  • Established through a generous gift from an anonymous donor
  • It is awarded annually to a graduate student at the University of Toronto with demonstrated financial need. The academic focus of the student will be in the area of sustainability, environmental justice, biodiversity, and/or conservation. Preference will be given to a student enrolled in the School of the Environment's graduate programs. 
  • Please contact the School of the Environment for application information and deadline.

Sperrin Chant Mesonic Award in Toxicology

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by and EAF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the School of the Environment based on financial need where academic excellence and the character of applicants will also be taken into consideration.

Doctoral Fellowship in Ethics

  • Established by the Centre for Ethics.
  • It is awarded to a doctoral student who is engaged in research on ethics where the selection of a recipient is based on academic merit.

Doctoral Fellowship, Centre for Ethics

  • Established by the Centre for Ethics.
  • To be awarded to a doctoral student who is registered in the Faculty of Arts and Science or one of its collaborative programs, is engaged in research in ethics, and is deemed most likely to make future contributions to teaching and writing about ethics, social justice, and human values. Applications should be submitted to the Director, Centre for Ethics.

Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (CERES) Graduate Student Awards

  • Established by CERES.
  • It is awarded to graduate students enrolled in a program offered by CERES or another graduate program at the University of Toronto.

CERES Student Awards

  • Established through the generous donations from various donors.
  • It is awarded to graduate students enrolled in a program offered by CERES or another graduate program at the University of Toronto.

Daniel and Elizabeth Damov Graduate Fellowship

  • Established by Daniel and Elizabeth Damov and matched by EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) affiliated with CERES, with a preference given to students studying Bulgaria and the Balkan region.

George and Helen Vari Fund

  • Established by the George and Helen Vari Foundation.
  • It is awarded to graduate students participating in the University of Toronto Central European University Graduate Student Exchange Program. 

George Babits Fellowship in Hungarian Studies

  • Established by Mr. George A. Babits and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in the Hungarian Studies Program at the Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (CERES) based on academic merit.

H. Gordon Skilling Fund

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and the Mellon Foundation and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students affiliated with CERES, who are pursuing advanced study of a country of the region covered by the centre's mandate. Academic merit and financial need will be considered.

Hungarian Chamber of Commerce Graduate Exchange Fund

  • Established through the generous donations by various donors.
  • It is awarded to graduate students participating in an exchange program between the University of Toronto and Central European University, on the basis of academic merit.

Husky Energy Graduate Student Award in Hungarian Studies

  • Established by Husky Energy Inc. and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in the Hungarian Studies Program in CERES on the basis of academic merit.

Husky Energy Hungarian Student Exchange Program

  • Established by Husky Energy Inc.
  • To support the travel and tuition costs of undergraduate and/or graduate students currently taking at least one course in the Hungarian Studies Program and wishing to study on exchange and/or study abroad. Academic merit and financial need will be considered.

Ilona Diener Fund

  • Established by the Diener Family.
  • It is awarded to a graduate students participating in the University of Toronto Central European University Graduate Student Exchange Program.

Irma and John Papesh Graduate Award

  • Established by Mrs. Irma Papesh and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students whose research focus includes Slavic studies, with a preference for Czech and Slovak studies. Academic merit and financial need will be considered. 

Jan and Georgina Steinsky Sehnoutka Graduate Award in Czech Studies

  • Established by Jan and Georgina Steinsky and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student whose research focuses on the Czech Republic, where financial need will be considered. 

Joint Initiative in German and European Studies Graduate Awards (OSOTF)

  • Established by the German/European Academic Exchange Service and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in German and European studies for support with projects and/or travel. Academic merit and financial need will be considered. 

Karel and Ellen Buzek Fellowship (OSOTF)

  • Established by the Karel Buzek Czech Cultural Organization and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to graduate students studying at CERES on the basis of financial need, where academic merit will also be considered.

Karel Kukula and Family Graduate Award

  • Established by Mrs. Vlasta Scheybal and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student, Master’s or PhD, undertaking research on Czech history, society and culture. Academic merit and financial need will be considered.

Laszlo T. Duska Memorial Fellowship

  • Established by Szechenyi Society Inc.
  • Awarded to graduate students with academic excellence and have taken at least one course related to Hungarian Studies. Eligible students will be drawn from departments in which student's research is focused on Hungarian Studies.

Marija Aukstaite Graduate Student Award

  • Established by A. Franks Hylands.
  • It is awarded to graduate students whose projects relate to Lithuania in whole or in part.

Petro Jacyk Graduate Scholarships in Ukrainian Studies

  • Established by Petro Jacyk.
  • It is awarded to graduate students studying Ukrainian studies at CERES.

Rudolf and Rosalie Cermak Graduate Fellowship

  • Established by Josef Cermak and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students affiliated with CERES, who are pursuing advanced study of the Czech Republic. Awards will be made on the basis of financial need and academic merit. 

Rudolf and Viera Frastacky Graduate Fellowship

  • Established by the family and friends of Rudolf and Viera Frastacky and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students affiliated with CERES. Awards will be made on the basis of financial need, where academic merit will also be considered. 

Veneta and James Elieff Fellowship

  • Established by Mrs. Veneta Elieff.
  • It is awarded to graduate students affiliated with CERES studying for/or conducting research on Bulgaria, on the basis of academic merit.

Veneta Elieff and Danny Filipovic Graduate Awards in Balkan Studies

  • Established by Danny Filipovic, in memory of his late wife, Veneta Elieff.

  • Awarded, on the basis of academic merit, to an MA student in the Department of European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies, for the purpose of student exchange, internship or research in the Balkans, including all countries of the former Yugoslavia, and Albania, Bulgaria and Romania.

Augustine Fitzgerald Fellowship

  • Established by Sybil Mary Winifred Fitzgerald of London, England.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of French. The recipient must be a Canadian born, English speaking student whose native tongue is not French; must demonstrate proficiency in the study of French language or literature; and must undertake to do further study or research in French language or literature at the University of Toronto or elsewhere.

Department of French Graduate Scholarships

  • Established by the Estate of Charles Edward Saunders and the Department of French 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 Department of French

Department of French Student Award

  • Established by the Faculty of Arts & Science.
  • It is awarded to graduate students enrolled in a graduate program offered by the Department of French.

Doctoral Thesis Prize in French

  • Established by Mrs. David W. Nicholls of Westmount, Quebec.
  • It is awarded to a doctoral candidate who submits the best PhD thesis in the Department of French.

French Graduate Excellence Awards I & II

  • Established by various donors.
  • Two awards to incoming MA students in the Department of French, one in literature and one in linguistics, on the basis of academic merit;
  • And two awards to incoming first year PhD students in the Department of French, one in literature and one in linguistics, on the basis of academic merit.

Katie Keeler French Language Fellowships

  • Established by the Estate of Katie Keeler.
  • It is awarded to graduate students who are pursuing a program of study related to the French language.

Renee Neveren Lyons Scholarships in French

  • Established by the Estate of Renee Lyons and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to graduate student enrolled in the Department of French.

Scace Graduate Fellowship in French

  • Established by Arthur and Susan Scace and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to full-time graduate students in the Department of French. The award can be held for a maximum of four years, of which up to two years can be at the Master’s level.

Trenwith and Galipeau French Linguistics Fellowship

  • Established by John Galipeau.
  • It is awarded to graduate student studying French linguistics on the basis of academic merit, where financial need may also be considered.

Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures Graduate Scholarship

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures on the basis of academic merit.

Hermann Boeschenstein Memorial Fellowship in German

  • Established by the friends and colleagues of the late Hermann Boeschenstein.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student entering the MA or PhD program in Germanic Languages and Literature. The fellowship will carry with it membership in University College.

Katie Keeler German Language Fellowships

  • Established by the Estate of Katie Keeler.
  • It is awarded to graduate students who are pursuing a program of study related to the German language.

Alan Tonks Planning Scholarships

  • Established through donations from the friends and colleagues of Alan Tonks, former Chairman of Metropolitan Toronto (initial funds were proceeds from a tribute dinner held in 1997 for Mr. Tonks).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student who is entering the second year of the MScPl program and who is concentrating in the areas of urban planning, urban transportation or urban infrastructure. It is awarded on the basis of academic merit, where financial need may also be considered.

Alexander B. Leman Memorial Award 

  • Established by the Leman in memory of Alexander B. Leman, Ing.Arch., FRAIC, FRSA, (1926-2010) an architect and urban planner who founded his own architectural firm (1958) as well as Leman Group Inc., (1972) an urban development and planning consulting company. A Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts, London, UK, he served as President of the Ontario Association of Architects as well as President of the World Society for Ekistics.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the collaborative program at the Centre for Environment and the Department of Geography's Program in Planning, based on academic merit and financial need.

Benjamin Sonshine Urban Planning Scholarship

  • Established by Mr. Edward Sonshine and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student who is entering the MScPl program and who has completed a Specialist or Major program offered by the Department of Geography.

Donald F. Putnam / George Tatham Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Geography (OGS)

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Geography.

Donald F. Putnam Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by through the generous donations of the alumni and friends of the department of Geography.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student concentrating in physical and environmental geography with outstanding achievements, who is entering or continuing in a research oriented degree program.

Edie Yolles Award in Urban Planning

  • Established by Mr. Morden Yolles on behalf of Mrs. Edie Yolles and matched by OSOTF and OTSS.
  • It is awarded to a student of merit who is graduating from the Program in Planning. A student of merit is not necessarily the one with the highest grades but a student who demonstrates a comprehensive approach to planning and has acquired the necessary skills.

Edward Sorbara / Urban Development Institute of Toronto / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Geography / Program in Planning (OGS)

  • Established by Mr. Edward Sorbara.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of Geography.

ESRI Canada Scholarship (OGSST) 

  • Established by ESRI Canada Limited and matched by the Ontario Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology (OGSST).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geography who is studying in the field of spatial analysis and applied geographic information systems.

F. Kenneth Hare Scholarship in the Environment (Undergraduate or Graduate Students) 

  • Established through the generous donations of the friends of the University of Toronto.
  • It is awarded to a doctoral stream graduate student in the collaborative environmental programs between IES and the Department of Geography, where financial need may be considered.

Friends of Planning Graduate Scholarship for Innovation (GSEF)

  • Established through the generous donations of Friends of Planning Fund at the request of the Planning Alumni Committee and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student entering the second year of the Program in Planning, who demonstrates through their studies, volunteering and/or work experiences, innovative thinking and practice to plan for or promote planning among diverse communities. For application details, please contact the Department of Geography & Planning.

 George Tatham / Geography Alumni Graduate Scholarship 

  • Established through the generous donations of the alumni and friends of the Department of Geography & Program in Planning.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student registered in Full-time studies in the Department of Geography and Program in Planning on the basis of academic merit.

Graduate Alpar Grant

  • Established in honour of the late Zehra Alpar, the department’s student advisor for many years spanning the 1960s through 1990s and generously supported by the alumni and friends of the Department of Geography and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF), Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF) and the Ontario Trust for Student Support (OTSS).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student registered with the Department of Geography & Planning who is making good progress to the completion of the degree requirements.

Graduate Alpar Scholarship

  • Established in honour of the late Zehra Alpar, the Department’s student advisor for many years spanning the 1960s through 1990s on the occasion of her retirement in 1994 and generously supported by the alumni and friends of the Department of Geography.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student registered with the Department of Geography & Planning who is making good progress to the completion of the degree requirements.

Graduate Anne McMaster Grant

  • Established by the alumni and friends of the Department of Geography, in honour of Anne McMaster, former business officer, who provided over 27 years of outstanding service to the Department, on the occasion of her retirement in 1994.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student registered with the Department of Geography & Planning, on the basis of financial need, where academic merit may also be considered. The award is intended to cover costs such as departmental field trips, field courses, professional experience courses, etc. 

Graduate Anne McMaster OSOTF Grant

  • Established by the alumni and friends of the Department of Geography, in honour of Anne McMaster, former business officer, who provided over 27 years of outstanding service to the department, on the occasion of her retirement in 1994. It is matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student registered with the Department of Geography & Planning, on the basis of financial need, where academic merit may also be considered. The award is intended to cover costs such as departmental field trips, field courses, professional experience courses, etc.

Graduate Geography and Planning Student Society (GGAPSS) Endowed Bursary

  • Established through the generous donations of current students, alumni, family, friends and colleagues of the graduate program in Geography and Planning and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Geography, on the basis of financial need and academic merit.

Griffith Taylor Scholarship in Geography (or Department of Geography)

  • Established through the generous donations of the friends, colleagues, admirers of Griffith Taylor and alumni.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student registered in the Department of Geography & Planning based on academic merit.

Ian D. Macpherson Award

  • Established by Macpherson, Walker, Wright Associates Ltd., the Equity Development Group Inc., and Warren Sorensen Associates Inc., in memory of Ian D. Macpherson.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Master’s program in Urban and Regional Planning. Recipient's work must demonstrate both academic merit and practical problem solving ability with some aspect of planning.

J.E.R. Ross Scholarship

  • Established by Mrs. Margaret E. Ross.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in a program in geography and who is making good progress towards their degree.

J. M. Tomczak / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Geography

  • Established by J. Michael Tomczak.
  • It is awarded to an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) recipient in the Department of Geography.

John D. Barnes Geodetic Sciences Fellowship

  • Established by the Estate of John Duncan Barnes.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in a program in Geography, where preference will be given to a student(s) who is doing graduate work in the field of geographic information systems/geomatics.

John Horner Graduate Scholarship in Geography

  • Established by alumnus John H.R. Horner (BA, Geography, 1962; MA, Geography, 1967).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geography based on academic merit, where financial need will also be considered.

Joseph A. May Scholarship

  • Established by the family, friends, and colleagues of the late Professor Joseph A. May, Department of Geography.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student who has approached the study of the following fields from a qualitative rather than a quantitative perspective: history and philosophy of geographic thought; historical geography; and social and cultural geography; geography of Canada.

Joseph A. May OSOTF Scholarship

  • Established by the family, friends, and colleagues of the late Professor Joseph A. May, Department of Geography and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student who has approached the study of the following fields from a qualitative rather than a quantitative perspective: history and philosophy of geographic thought; historical geography; and social and cultural geography; geography of Canada.

LEA Consulting Ltd. Award in Planning and Transportation

  • Established by LEA Consulting Ltd.
  • It is awarded to graduate student in the Program in Planning with an interest in transportation, on the basis of academic merit, where financial need may also be considered.

Matthew W. F. Hanson Scholarship in Planning

  • Established in memory of Matthew W.F. Hanson (Honours B.A. 2002, M.Sc.Pl. 2004) by his parents Kenneth and Patricia Hanson and supported through the generous donations from his family, friends and colleagues and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the Program in Planning on the basis of academic merit, where financial need will also be considered.

Michael Ralph Walsh / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Geography (OGS)

  • Established by Dorothy Sterling Dow Walsh in honour of her sister Marguerite R. Dow.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of Geography.

Mitchell Goldhar Award for Excellent Achievement in the Planning Program

  • Established by the Sacks Partnership.
  • It is awarded on the basis of academic merit to a graduate student either entering or continuing in the Masters of Science in Planning program, where financial need may also be considered.

Neptis Foundation / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Geography (OGS)

  • Established by the Neptis Foundation.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Geography.

Oscar J. Marshall Graduate Fellowship

  • Established by the Estate of Oscar Charles Joseph Marshall.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in a program in geography, who is doing graduate work in the field of geographic information science/land information systems/geomatics/remote sensing.

Peter R. Walker Master of Science in Planning Fellowships

  • Established by Peter R. Walker, B.A., M.Sc.(Pl.), FCIP, RPP.
  • It is awarded on the basis of academic achievements and contributions to the practice of planning through applied work of graduate students in the Master of Science in Planning Program, in the Department of Geography.

Peter R. Walker Planning Scholarship

  • Established by Mr. Peter Walker, Walker Nott Dragicevic Associates Limited and the alumni, family, friends, and colleagues of the Graduate Planning Program and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student who is entering the second year of the MScPl program. Award will be made to the student who has made the most significant contribution to planning practice through applied work and who exemplifies the "best all round planner."

Thomas Luther Panton Scholarship in the Department of Geography / Program in Planning 

  • Established by Angela Gibson.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the Program in Planning in the Department of Geography on the basis of financial need. Academic merit will also considered. Preference will be given to black students.

University of Toronto Planning Alumni Graduate Scholarship

  • Established through the generous donations of the alumni and friends of the Department of Geography & Program in Planning.
  • It is awarded to graduate student registered in Full-time studies in the Department of Geography & Planning on the basis of academic merit.

U of T Planning Alumni / Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS)

  • Established through the generous donations of the Planning Alumni Committee and other various donors.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Geography.

Urban Strategies / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Geography/Program in Planning (OGS)

  • Established by Urban Strategies Inc.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Geography.

William G. Dean Graduate Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by Dr. William G. Dean.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Geography who is studying physical geography.

Paul Cadario Fellowship in Global Affairs

  • Established by Paul Cadario
  • Awarded to an incoming Master of Global Affairs (MGA) student based on financial need and academic merit

Paul Cadario Scholarships in Public Policy

  • Established by Paul Cadario and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF)
  • Awarded to a graduate student(s) enrolled in the Master of Public Policy (MPP) Program

Cancer Care Ontario Scholarship in Public Health Policy and Governance

  • Established by Cancer Care Ontario and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF)
  • Awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the Master of Public Policy (MPP) Program

 Helene and George Coward Master of Public Policy (MPP) Fellowship

  • Established through the Estate of Kenneth Coward in memory of his deceased parents, Helene and George Coward
  • Awarded based on academic merit to incoming and second-year students in the Master of Public Policy (MPP) Program, with a focus on public administration and governance

David Goldberg Fellowship

  • Established by Gary and Martin Goldberg in memory of their father, David Goldberg
  • Awarded to one or two incoming Master of Global Affairs (MGA) students per year

Jonathan Hausman Fellowship

  • Established by Jonathan Hausman
  • Awarded to incoming Master of Global Affairs (MGA) students who have completed a business (B.Com.) or law degree (LLB or JD), or is undertaking a joint law degree or business degree with the MGA. Award will be made based on academic merit

Shirley Hoy Scholarship in Public Policy and Governance

  • Established by the University of Toronto, and Friends and Colleagues
  • Awarded to an outstanding domestic graduate student at the School of Public Policy & Governance based on academic merit and financial need. Apply to the School of Public Policy & Governance

George B. Kepes MGA Leadership Award

  • Established by MGA graduate, David Kepes (2013), and his father, Robert Kepes to honour their grandfather and father
  • Awarded to an outstanding Master of Global Affairs (MGA) student completing their second year of study in the program. The award will be made to those who have made meaningful contributions to student life and extra-curricular activities at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. The recipient will be selected by the Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy in consultation with members of the School

Peter Mansbridge Gold Medal at the Munk School of Global Affairs

  • Established by friends of Peter Mansbridge on July1, 2017, Canada’s 150th anniversary, in honour of his 29 years as editor-in-chief and anchor of CBC’s The National, and to recognize Peter’s extraordinary accomplishments as a journalist and broadcaster, and his passionate commitment to Canada
  • Awarded to the student with the highest academic standing in the Master of Global Affairs (MGA) Program

Mary Louise & Ronald Laidlaw Martin Graduate Scholarship in Public Policy

  • Established through the Estate of Mary Louise Martin
  • It is awarded to domestic or international students based on academic merit. Financial need may also be considered.

Master of Public Policy Award

  • Established by the Faculty of Arts and Science
  • Awarded to graduate students enrolled in the Master of Public Policy in Planning (MPP) program. Academic merit and financial need will be considered

Master of Public Policy (MPP) Fellowships

  • Established by the School of Public Policy & Governance.
  • Awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the Master of Public Policy (MPP) Program.

Richard and Wanda O'Hagan Scholarships

  • Established by Peter O'Hagan
  • Awarded to an incoming Master of Global Affairs (MGA) student on the basis of academic merit and financial need

Dr. James Orbinski Fellowship in Global Affairs

  • Established by the Faculty of Arts and Science, Department of Political Science, School of Graduate Studies and Provost Office
  • Awarded to an incoming student in the Master of Global Affairs (MGA) program on the basis of academic merit. Financial need will also be considered

The Power Corporation of Canada MGA Scholarship

  • Established by the Power Corporation of Canada
  • Awarded to an incoming Master of Global Affairs (MGA) student, based on academic merit and financial need

Rotman Family MBA-MGA Scholarship in Memory of Peter Munk

  • Established by the Rotman Family
  • Awarded to a Master of Global Affairs (MGA) student enrolled in the MBA/MGA joint program, and awarded based on academic merit

Janice Stein Leadership Award

  • Established by friends and colleagues of Janice Stein, inaugural Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs
  • Awarded to a graduating Master of Global Affairs (MGA) student who demonstrated strong leadership during their studies. Prize recipient is selected by the Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy in consultation with members of the School

Alfred and Florence Aiken and Dorothy Woods (Aiken Woods) Memorial Graduate Scholarship in History

  • Established by the Estate of Alfred Aiken and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of History.

Arthur Child / Ontario Graduate Scholarships in History (OGS)

  • Established by the Arthur J. E. Child Foundation.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of History.

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.

Carmen Brock Fellowship

  • Established by the late Professor Emeritus Peter Brock.
  • It is to be awarded to either MA or PhD candidates for the primary purpose of an admissions award to graduate students from post-secondary institutions in sub Saharan Africa, the Caribbean islands, Belize, Guyana and/or Surinam who will be studying the history of these regions at the University of Toronto.

Chinese Railroad Workers of Canada Memorial Scholarship

  • Established by the Foundation to Commemorate the Chinese railroad workers in Canada.
  • It is awarded to a student enrolled in a graduate program offered by the Department of History on the basis of academic merit.

C. P. Stacey Connaught Graduate Fellowship

  • Established by Ms. Helen Allen Stacey.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of History with outstanding achievements and who is entering a research oriented degree program.

Craig Brown Travelling Fellowship for History Graduate Students

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors.
  • It is awarded to a doctoral student in the Department of History who requires financial support in order to travel to conduct research or present a paper at an academic conference.

Emeritus History Professors Graduate Fellowship

  • Established by the alumni and friends of the Department of History.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in full-time studies in the Department of History on the basis of academic merit.

Finlayson Gold Medal Award

  • Established by Robert Prichard, to honour the distinguished service of Professor Michael G. Finlayson.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the doctoral program with the most outstanding thesis of the preceding year.

Jeanne Armour Award in Canadian History

  • Established by the Jeanne Armour and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of History who is undertaking a course of study relating to Canadian history.

Jeanne Armour Graduate Scholarships in Canadian History

  • Established by the Estate of Jeanne F.E. Armour.
  • It is awarded to graduate students who are undertaking a course of study relating to Canadian history. Financial need must be considered, where academic merit will also be considered. On the recommendation of the department chair, in any given year the award may be used in part for travel support.

Jerome Samuel Rotenberg 7T0 Memorial Graduate Scholarship in History

  • Established by the Estate of Jerome Samuel Rotenberg.
  • It is awarded to graduate students, in the first instance, who is studying 18th and/or 19th century British history. If no suitable candidates are found the scholarship will be awarded to students studying British history, or finally, awarded to students studying in the Department of History.

Jerome Samuel Rotenberg 7T0 Memorial Travel Award in History

  • Established by the Estate of Jerome Samuel Rotenberg.
  • It is awarded to undergraduate and/or graduate students, in the first instance, who is studying 18th and/or 19th century British history. If no suitable candidates are found the travel award will be awarded to students studying British history, or finally, awarded to students studying in the Department of History.

Kenneth McNaught Fellowship in History

  • Established by Mr. Andrew McNaught and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of History. Preference will be given to MA students studying Canadian history.

Margaret S. McCullough Scholarship in Canadian Historical Research

  • Established by the Estate of Margaret Standish McCullough.
  • It is awarded to a full-time doctoral student in the Department of History who is pursuing post graduate work in Canadian historical research. Preference will be given to candidates nearing completion of their program. 

Marianne Hodgson Graduate Prize

  • Established by the Estate of Marianne Hodgson.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of History who is working in the area of Canadian Studies.

Martin Klein Fellowship

  • Established by Martin Klein and the friends and colleagues of Professor Klein in honour of his retirement.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student from an African university based on academic excellence and need for assistance with travel costs associated with research, academic conferences and/or course of study. Eligible students will be draft from the Humanities and Social Sciences, with preference given to the Department of History. Where possible, the student will receive the award annually for the duration of their studies at the University of Toronto for a maximum of 5 years. Contact the History Department for application information and deadline.

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 in the Department of History, 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.

Natalie Zemon Davis Graduate Fellowship

  • Established by Natalie Zemon Davis and matched by GSEF.
  • In honour of a pioneer in historical writing, and in the spirit of her scholarship, this award will be made to a graduate student in the Department of History, whose historical interpretation is informed by multiple disciplinary approaches, including but not limited to anthropology, literature, religious studies and geography. Preference is given to scholars whose research illuminates the histories of regions beyond North America and is both socially and culturally inclusive. Primary consideration is to be given to PhD candidates in their first year beyond the funded cohort.

Patricia and Alan Marchment Graduate Student Travel Awards in History

  • Established by Mr. Alan and Mrs. Patricia Marchment and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of History. The award will be used to provide financial assistance to graduate students travelling to conferences or for field based research.

Rene Efrain Memorial / Ontario Graduate Scholarships in the Department of History (OGS)

  • Established by the Estate of Germain Francoise Efrain.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of History.

Rene Efrain Memorial Scholarship in French History in the Department of History

  • Established by the Estate of Germain Francoise Efrain and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student studying French history in the Department of History.

Ronald Pruessen Graduate Travel Bursary

  • Established through the generous donations of friends, students, and colleagues of Professor Ronald Pruessen.
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate student registered in the Department of History who requires financial support in order to travel to conduct research or present a paper at an academic conference. Academic merit and financial need will be considered.

Tom Easterbrook Graduate Scholarship in Communications and the Mass Media

  • Established by Frank W. Peers and matched by GSEF in honour of Tom Easterbrook, an economics historian who served from 1961 to 1970 at the University of Toronto as chairman of the Department of Political Economy. Professor Easterbrook was interested in the role of the media, and supported Marshall McLuhan’s early conjectures on the nature of mass communications.
  • This scholarship is open to graduate students in the Departments of History, Economics, Political Science, and Sociology who wish to pursue studies related to communications and the mass media in a social democratic society such as Canada. Applications to be submitted by April 1st to the Department of Political Science.

Travelling Fellowship for History Graduate Students

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a doctoral student in the Department of History who requires financial support in order to travel to conduct research or present a paper at an academic conference.

Women's Canadian Historical Society of Toronto Graduate Fellowships in Canadian History

  • Established by the Women’s Canadian Historical Society.
  • It is awarded to outstanding full-time Canadian or landed immigrant students with superior academic records who are admitted to a Master of Arts and/or Doctoral Program in History. Priority will be given to students who are specializing in Canadian History.

Alfred and Florence Aiken and Dorothy Woods (Aiken Woods) Memorial Graduate Scholarship in the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology

  • Established by the Estate of Alfred Aiken and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology.

 

Chancellor Henry N. R. Jackman Junior Fellows

  • Established by Chancellor Henry N.R. Jackman and Maruja Jackman.
  • It is awarded to Humanities graduate students, on the basis of academic merit.

 Chancellor Jackman Graduate Student Fellowships in the Humanities at the University of Toronto

  • Established by Chancellor Henry N.R. Jackman.
  • To be awarded, graduate units submit nominations to the Jackman Humanities Institute.

Dr. Jan Blumenstein Graduate Fellowship in the Humanities

  • Established by Barrie Rose in honour of Fr. Jan Blumenstein.
  • It is awarded to Humanities graduate students in the final stages of their doctorate.

 Dr. Michael Lutsky Graduate Fellowship in the Humanities

  • Established by Barrie Rose in honour of Dr. Michael Lutsky.
  • It is awarded to Humanities graduate students in the final stages of their doctorate.

 James Fleck Graduate Fellowship in the Humanities

  • Established by Barrie Rose in honour of Professor James Fleck, President of Fleck Management Services.
  • It is awarded to Humanities graduate students in the final stages of their doctorate.

 Jukka Pekka Saraste Graduate Fellowship in the Humanities

  • Established by Barrie Rose in honour of Jukka-Pekka Saraste.
  • It is awarded to Humanities graduate students in the final stages of their doctorate.

 Margaret Higgins Memorial Fellowship

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors.
  • It is awarded to Humanities graduate students in the final stages of their doctorate.

 Zoltan Simo Graduate Fellowship in the Humanities

  • Established by Barrie Rose in honour of Zoltan Simo.
  • It is awarded to Humanities graduate students in the final stages of their doctorate.

 

Department of Italian Studies Graduate Scholarship Fund

  • Established through the generous donations of Various Donors and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a student enrolled in a program offered by the Department of Italian Studies.

Elsa M. Amadio Scholarship in Italian-Canadian Studies

  • Established by Elsa M. Amadio
  • It is awarded to one or more graduate students based on academic merit. Financial need may be considered. Preference will be given to students interest in exploring: 1) the experience of Italian Canadian women; 2) the attitude of Italian Canadians towards their heritage; 3) the extent to which Italian Canadians have influenced Canadian policies
  • For information on how to apply, contact the Department of Italian Studies

Emilio Goggio Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by Dr. Alfredo Goggio and Mr. Ernest Goggio, in memory of their father, Professor Emilio Goggio, and the Associates of the University of Toronto. The award is matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Department of Italian Studies who has shown interest beyond the usual in fostering greater understanding between the peoples in Italy and North America, or in the extension or broadening of the teaching of Italian and of Italian Studies literature. 

Francesco Camisso / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Italian Studies (OGS)

  • Established by Mr. Anthony Camisso.
  • It is awarded to an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) recipient in the Department of Italian Studies.

Frank and Nella Colantonio Graduate Fellowship for Italian Canadian Studies

  • Established by the Colantonio family.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student who is studying Italian Canadian history and culture or labour issues, on the basis of academic excellence and financial need.

Giovanni Caboto Fellowship in Italian Canadian Studies

  • Established by Mr. L. Cianfarani on behalf of the “Laziali nel Mondo” Association of Toronto and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student working in the field of Italian Canadian Studies.

Guardiaregia Club Mastrogiovanni Pallotta Graduate Fellowship in Italian Studies

  • Established by Club Guardiaregia and the friends of Nicola Mastrogiovanni and Nicola Pallotta in their memory.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Italian Studies on the basis of academic merit, where financial need may also be considered.

Italian Canadian Immigrant Graduate Fellowship in Italian Studies

  • Established by the Italian-Canadian Immigrant Commemorative Association.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Italian Studies, on the basis of academic merit and on past volunteer contributions to the Italian community. Financial need may also be considered.

Jean Arnold Tory Bursary

  • Established by the Estate of Kathleen Jean Tory.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Italian Studies on the basis of financial need.

Lucile Wakelin Dunlevie Graduate Award in Italian Studies Established by Gerald Dunlevie.

  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Italian Studies on the basis of academic merit.

May Camisso (Ontario) Graduate Scholarship or May Camisso Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by Anthony Camisso
  • First preference is to support an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) recipient in the Department of Italian Studies. In the years when there is no available OGS recipient, or the OGS ceases to exist, this scholarship will be given to a student registered in the Department of Italian Studies, based on academic excellence. Please contact the Department of Italian Studies for application and deadline information.

Melissa Pulver-Goggio Scholarship in Italian Studies

  • Established by the Goggio Family
  • It is awarded to one or more graduate students on the basis of academic merit. Financial need may also be considered.

Milton A. Buchanan Fellowship

  • Established by the Estate of the late Professor Milton A. Buchanan, Professor Emeritus and late chairman of the Department of Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Italian Studies. Preference will be given to students who have passed the PhD comprehensive examinations. The fellowships are awarded to permit recipients to work on their doctoral theses, preferably outside Canada and the United States, on a program of travel and study approved by the Department of Italian Studies. Any funds not used for travel awards in a given year may be used for awards for other graduate students.

Molise Graduate Scholarship

  • Established by Molise Trust Ontario Incorporated
  • It is awarded to students who submit course work that explores Molisan culture or to students who write an essay on the subject. Recipients must be either a graduate student in the Department of Italian Studies or an undergraduate student who has been accepted to the MA program in the Department of Italian Studies. Recipients will also be encouraged to present a lecture based on their submission. Please contact the Department for application and deadline information.

Senator Peter Bosa Graduate Fellowship in Italian Studies

  • Established by Mrs. Teresa Bosa and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF), the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF) and the Ontario Trust for Student Support (OTSS).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Italian Studies.

 

Arthur Vaile Memorial Graduate Prize in Jewish Studies

  • Established by Mrs. Sandy Rotman and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student affiliated with the Jewish Studies Program.

Director's Merit Award in Jewish Studies

  • Established by the Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies
  • To be awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student based on academic merit at the discretion of the Director for the Centre for Jewish Studies

Dr. Lieba Wilensky Lesk Graduate Scholarship for Women in Jewish Studies

  • Established by David Lesk and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a female graduate student in or affiliated with the Jewish Studies Program on the basis of financial need, where academic merit may also be considered.

Earl and Renee Lyons Scholarships in Jewish Studies

  • Established by the Estate of Renee Lyons and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in Jewish Studies.

Irving (Itche) Himel Yiddish Award

  • Established by Irving (Itche) Himel.
  • (For Any Year) - Awarded to one undergraduate/graduate student each year to facilitate travel, tuition, and/or accommodations for participation in the Naomi Prawer Kadar International Yiddish Summer Program at Tel Aviv University International.

Israel and Golda Koschitzky Fellowship in Jewish Studies

  • Established by Israel Koschitzky Family Foundation.
  • It is awarded to a student enrolled in a program related to Jewish studies.

Joseph and Gisela Klinghofer Scholarship in Jewish Studies

  • Established by the Estate of Joseph Klinghofer and Gisela Klinghofer.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Centre for Jewish Studies based on academic merit, where financial need will also be considered.

Kornberg-Jezierski Family Memorial Essay Prize in Holocaust Studies (Graduate or Undergraduate)

  • Established by Jacques Kornberg.
  • It is awarded to an outstanding student essay in Holocaust studies written for a U of T course or under a U of T faculty member’s supervision during the current academic year. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible with preference given to doctoral students. Masters students are eligible if they are continuing their doctoral studies at the University of Toronto. All criteria being equal, prize will be awarded on the basis of financial need.

Naim S. Mahlab Graduate Scholarship in Jewish Canadian History

  • Established by Naim S. Mahlab and matched by GSEF.
  • Graduate student(s) studying the history of Jewish settlement in Canada or students studying modern Jewish history in the Americas, Europe and the Middle East, on the basis of academic merit.

Naim S. Mahlab Graduate Scholarships in Jewish Christian Relations and / or Jewish Muslim Relations

  • Established by Naim S. Mahlab and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate students studying the relationship between church and synagogue through the ages, or students studying Jewish/Christian relations, or studying Jewish/Muslim relations, on the basis of academic merit.

Naim S. Mahlab / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Jewish Studies

  • Established by Naim S. Mahlab.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in Jewish Studies.

Rabbi Dr. Aubrey L. Glazer Award in Hebrew Hermeneutics

  • Established by Rabbi Dr. Aubrey L. Glazer.
  • It is awarded to graduate students undertaking research in the area of Hebrew hermeneutics with a focus on Hebrew Poetry and/or Jewish mysticism.

Shier Family Graduate Awards

  • Established by the Faculty of Arts & Science.
  • It is awarded to a graduate students enrolled in the Collaborative PhD program in Jewish Studies. Priority will be given to students studying the history of Judaism (encompassing the ancient, medieval and modern periods), Jewish thought, or languages and literature.

Shiff Family Graduate Student Endowment Funds

  • Established by J. Richard Shiff and Dorothy Shiff and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) enrolled in the Jewish Studies collaborative MA or PhD program.

Sonshine Graduate Scholarship in Holocaust Studies

  • Established by the Sonshine Family Legacy Fund at the Jewish Foundation of Greater Toronto
  • Awarded on the basis of academic merit to graduate students in the Centre for Jewish Studies who are enrolled in the Collaborative MA and PhD programs and whose research focuses on Holocaust studies.

Tarek Heggy Graduate Scholarship in Jewish Muslim Studies

  • Established by Naim S. Mahlab.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student on the basis of academic merit. Preference will be given to students who are studying the history of Jewish/Muslim relations.

Tikvah Fund Graduate Fellowships

  • Established by the Tikvah Fund.
  • It is awarded to graduate students enrolled in the Collaborative Program in Jewish Studies doing research and/or studying in the field of Jewish thought.

 

Department of Linguistics Graduate Award

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Linguistics.

 Department of Linguistics Graduate Fellowship

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by OSOTF and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Linguistics.

Edward N. Burstynsky / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Linguistics (OGS)

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors.
  • It is awarded to an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) recipient in the Department of Linguistics.

 Professor Peter Reich Graduate Scholarship in Linguistics

  • Established by Dr. Marshall L. Chasin and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Linguistics on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

 

Alfred B. Lehman Graduate Scholarship in Mathematics

  • Established by John 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 the width-length inequalities.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics on the basis of academic merit with preference given to students studying in the area of discrete or applied mathematics. Financial need will also be considered.

Blyth Fellowship

  • Established by the Estate of Reginald A. Blyth.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics.

City of Toronto Graduate Scholarship for Women in the Mathematics

  • Established by the City of Toronto
  • It is awarded to one female student enrolled in a master's or doctoral program in mathematics on the basis of financial need, academic merit and demonstrated interest in issues related to women in mathematics. Contact the Department of Mathematics for instructions on how to apply.

Coxeter Graduate Scholarship

  • Established through the generous donations of admirers, colleagues, and students of Professor H.S.M. Coxeter.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics.

Coxeter Scholarship in Mathematics (OSOTF) (Undergraduate or Graduate Students)

  • Established through the generous donations of admirers, colleagues, and students of Professor H.S.M. Coxeter and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate students on admission or at the in course level who demonstrates exceptional achievement in mathematics.

Coxeter Scholarship in Mathematics (Undergraduate or Graduate Students)

  • Established through the generous donations of admirers, colleagues, and students of Professor H.S.M. Coxeter.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate students on admission or at the in course level who demonstrates exceptional achievement in mathematics.

George F.D. Duff Graduate Fellowship in Mathematics

  • Established through the generous donations of the family and friends of Professor Emeritus George F.D. Duff.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics on the basis of academic merit. Financial need may also be considered.

Ida Bulat Graduate Fellowship in Mathematics

  • Established by colleagues, family, and friends in memory of Ida Bulat

  • Awarded on the basis of academic merit or financial aid to graduate student(s) in the Department of Mathematics

Israel Halperin Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by George A. Elliott and matched by OGSST.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics.

John R. Levitt / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Mathematics (OGS)

  • Established by John R. Levitt.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of Mathematics.

John Robert Gilkison Smyth Mathematics Scholarship

  • Established by a bequest of the late John Robert Gilkison Smyth.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics on the basis of academic merit.

Lloyd George Elliott Graduate Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by George A. Elliott and matched by OGSST.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics.

Malcolm Slingsby Robertson Fellowships in Mathematics 

  • Established through the generous donations of friends, colleagues, and family members of Malcom Slingsby Robertson and the Venerable John M. Robertson and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics.

Malcolm Slingsby Robertson Prize in Mathematics 

  • Established by the Venerable John M. Robertson and supported through generous donations from various donors.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics on the basis of academic merit.

Margaret Haviland Kennedy Memorial Scholarship Fund

  • Established through the Estate of Margaret A. Kennedy
  • It is awarded to one or more domestic or international students based on academic merit. Financial need may be considered.

Margaret Isobel Elliott Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Mathematics (GSEF)

  • Established by George A. Elliott and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to one or more graduate students on the basis of academic merit with preference given to students specializing in the theory of algebras of operators in Hilbert space or its applications.

Margaret Isobel Elliott Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Mathematics (PPEF)

  • Established by Professor George Elliott in honour of his mother, Margaret Isobel Elliott.
  • It is awarded to one or more graduate students in the Department of Mathematics. Awarded on the basis of academic merit with preference given to students specializing in the theory of algebras of operators in Hilbert space or its applications.

Margaret Ronald Taylor and Thomas Paxton Taylor Scholarships in Mathematics (undergraduate or graduate students)

  • Established by the Estate of Georgia Muriel Taylor.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate students on admission or at the in course level who demonstrate exceptional achievement in mathematics. Financial need may also be considered.

Mathematics Alumni Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics.

Paul Mandl Graduate Scholarship in Mathematics

  • Established through the Estate of Elsje Mandl
  • It is awarded to domestic or international graduate student(s) in the Department of Mathematics based on academic merit. Financial need may be considered.

Peter Rodney Book Prize in Combinatorics or a Related Field

  • Established through the generous donations of the family, friends, and colleagues of Peter Rodney.
  • It is awarded for the best presentation by a graduate student at the Ontario Combinatorics Workshop, as nominated by the organizing committee of the Workshop. If a winner is not nominated by the committee, the prize will be awarded on the basis of merit to a graduate student in mathematical science who is specializing in combinatorics or a related field.

Sir Lyman P. Duff Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by George F.D. Duff and matched by the Ontario Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology (OGSST).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics whose chosen area of research, interpersonal skills and leadership reflect a multidisciplinary sensibility and a variety of academic and non-academic interests beyond the study of pure mathematics.

Steve Halperin Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by OGSST.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics.

 Ted Mossman / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Mathematics (OGS)

  • Established by James and Sheila Mossman.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Mathematics.

A.G. Rigg / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Medieval Studies (OGS)

  • Established through the generous donations of the family and friends of A.G. Rigg.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Centre for Medieval Studies.

Centre for Medieval Studies Thirtieth Anniversary Award 

  • Established through the generous donations of alumni and friends of the Centre for Medieval Studies and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Centre for Medieval Studies.

Colin Chase Award

  • Established by an anonymous donor
  • It is awarded to deserving graduate students enrolled in the Centre for Medieval Studies.

Colin Chase Memorial Bursary

  • Established through the generous donations of the friends and colleagues of the late Professor Colin Chase.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Centre for Medieval Studies, on the basis of academic excellence and financial need.

Colin Chase Memorial Bursary (OSOTF)

  • Established through the generous donations of the friends and colleagues of the late Professor Colin Chase and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Centre for Medieval Studies.

John Leyerle Bursary

  • Established through the generous donations of the friends and colleagues of Dr. John Leyerle.
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Centre for Medieval Studies, on the basis of academic excellence and financial need.

 John Leyerle Bursary (OSOTF)

  • Established through the generous donations of the friends and colleagues of Dr. John Leyerle and matched by OSOTF and OTSS.
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Centre for Medieval Studies.

Medieval Studies Travel Bursary 

  • Established through the generous donations of the faculty, staff, and alumni of the Centre for Medieval Studies.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Centre for Medieval Studies, on the basis of the merit of their applications/proposals.

Medieval Studies Travel Bursary (OSOTF) 

  • Established through the generous donations of the faculty, staff, and alumni of the Centre for Medieval Studies and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Centre for Medieval Studies, on the basis of the merit of their applications/proposals.

Norman Zacour Graduate Scholarship in Medieval Studies

  • Established by the Norman Zacour Estate
  • It is awarded to one or more graduate students in the Centre for Medieval Studies based on academic excellence, with preference given to an international student from outside of North America. 

Professor Denton Fox Graduate Scholarship in the Centre for Medieval Studies

  • Established by Professor E. Ruth Harvey and matched by OSOTF and the Ontario Trust for Student Support (OTSS).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Centre for Medieval Studies on the basis of academic excellence, where financial need will also be considered.

Prudence Tracy Award in Medieval Studies

  • Established by the University of Toronto Press and friends of Prudence Tracy and matched by OSOTF, EAF, and OTSS.
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Centre for Medieval Studies.

 Prudence Tracy Scholarship in Medieval Studies

  • Established by the University of Toronto Press and friends of Prudence Tracy.
  • It is awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Centre for Medieval Studies, on the basis of academic excellence and financial need.

St. Joan Graduate Award in the Centre for Medieval Studies

  • Established by E. Ruth Harvey and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Centre for Medieval Studies, based on academic excellence, with preference given to international students.

Venerable Bede / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Medieval Studies (OGS)

  • Established by Glenn H.R. Carter and generous donations from the friends and family of A.G. Rigg
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Centre for Medieval Studies

Alan Broadbent Graduate Fellowship in Municipal Finance and Governance

  • Established by Diamante Development Corporation and Dr. James Wong and named for Alan Broadbent, the Chairman and CEO of Avana Capital Corp.
  • It is awarded to any registered graduate student (with a preference for doctoral students) pursuing studies in and/or research related to municipal finance or governance.

 Blanche and Sandy Van Ginkel Fellowship in Municipal Finance and Governance

  • Established by the Diamante Development Corporation and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to any registered graduate student (with a preference for doctoral students) pursuing studies in and/or research related to municipal finance or governance. Preference will be given to students pursuing research on the impact of municipal finance or governance on built form.

Dr. Mercer Scholarship in Near Eastern and Islamic Studies

  • Established by Arthur K. Venables, Francis G. Venables and George T. Pepall.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations.

Oktay and Virginia Aksan Scholarship

  • Established by Virginia Aksan
  • It is awarded to undergraduate/graduate students enrolled in a program offered by the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations and engaged in Turkish studies or Turkey-related activities. Recipients may be enrolled in Turkish language, culture or history courses; pursuing research related to Turkey; and/or aiming to carry out studies or training in Turkey. The scholarship will be awarded based on merit and financial need. Contact the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations for information on how to apply.

 R. F. G. Sweet Award in Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations

  • Established by the Near Eastern Studies Students' Association in 1994, in honour of Professor R. F. G. Sweet, former chair of the department of Near Eastern Studies, with additional support from his colleagues in the department.
  • Awarded to an undergraduate student in the specialist or major program in Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations. Graduate students will be eligible for the award if there are no suitable undergraduate candidates.

 T. J. Meek Prize in Hebrew Syntax (Undergraduate or Graduate Students)

  • Established through a generous gift of the late T. J. Meek, B.A., B.D., Ph.D., D.D., F.R.S.A., F.R.S.C., Professor Emeritus of Near Eastern Studies.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student submitting the best essay in an aspect of Hebrew syntax.

David Savan Dissertation Prize

  • Established by the Estate of David Savan.
  • It is awarded for the best dissertation over the past three years. Dissertations will be judged on the basis of their contribution to philosophy in general and the winning thesis will exemplify an exceptional mix of the qualities of originality, rigour and good writing. 

Donald Ainslie Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Philosophy 

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors to honour outgoing department chair, Donald Ainslie.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Philosophy on the basis of academic merit.

Dr. Jay Alan Smith / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Philosophy (OGS)

  • Established by Dr. Jay A. Smith.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Philosophy. 

Dr. Richard W. Yee Fellowships in Medieval Philosophy

  • Established by Dr. Richard Yee and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the Department of Philosophy. 

Department of Philosophy Graduate Fellowship Fund 

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Philosophy on the basis of academic merit. 

George Paxton Young Memorial Prizes in Philosophy

  • Established in 1894 in honour of the Rev. George Paxton Young, Professor of Metaphysics and Ethics from 1871-1889.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Philosophy who has been selected either to read a paper or to comment on one at any philosophy conference. Award will be made in recognition of scholastic achievement.  

Gordon Cheesbrough Graduate Fellowship in Philosophy

  • Established by Gordon Cheesbrough and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Philosophy, for the purpose of research (i.e., conference presentations, travel, etc.).

Graduate Philosophy Bursaries 

  • Established by the members of the Faculty of the Graduate Department of Philosophy and other generous donors.
  • It is awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need to a graduate student in the Department of Philosophy.  

Hain / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Philosophy (OGS) 

  • Established by Robert C. Hain.
  • It is awarded to an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) recipient in the Department of Philosophy.  

Hans Maag / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Philosophy (OGS) 

  • Established by Hans Maag.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient in the Department of Philosophy.  

Ian Hacking Graduate Travel Award 

  • Established by Ian Hacking.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Philosophy for the purpose of travel. Financial need will be considered. 

Julia Ching Memorial Fellowship in Chinese Thought and Culture

  • Established through the generous donations by various donors.
  • It is awarded to a PhD student in the Department of Philosophy, Religion or East Asian Studies. The scholarship is to assist students with their later studies on Chinese thought and culture. 

Michael J. Herman Graduate Fellowship(s) in Philosophy 

  • Established by Michael J. Herman and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in the Department of Philosophy on the basis of academic merit.  

Philosophy and Law Alumni Scholarship 

  • Established through the generous donations by various donors and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Philosophy taking courses related to the Philosophy of Law and/or a student enrolled in the JD/PhD (Philosophy) Program. Academic merit and financial need will be considered. 

Philosophy of Science Award 

  • Established by Stephen Bowman.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in the Department of Philosophy, on the basis of academic merit or financial need. 

PPEF - Sidney P.H. Robinson Graduate Scholarship in Ancient Philosophy 

  • It is awarded on the basis of academic merit to an international PhD student(s) studying ancient philosophy in the Department of Philosophy.  

Sidney P.H. Robinson Graduate Scholarships in Ancient Philosophy

  • Established by Sidney P.H. Robinson and friends of Sidney P.H. Robinson.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) studying Ancient Philosophy in the Departments of Classics and/or Philosophy, on the basis of academic merit. 

Thomas A. Goudge Memorial Fellowship in Philosophy

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to a student entering graduate studies in Philosophy.

Cray Inc. Fellowships in Physics

  • Established by Cray Inc. and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in the Department of Physics, on the basis of academic merit.

 Dr. John Romanko Graduate Fellowship

  • Established by Dr. John and Mrs. Rose Romanko and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student(s) in the Department of Physics, on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

 Edward Christie Stevens Awards in Nuclear Physics

  • Established by the Estate of the late Edward Christie Stevens.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Physics who is engaged in work in the general field of nuclear physics, on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

 E. F. Burton Fellowships in Physics

  • Established by C.L. Burton, Esq., LL.D., Toronto.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Physics.

 Gordon Ferrie Hull Fellowship

  • Established by the late Gordon Ferrie Hull, Professor of Physics, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA.
  • It is awarded to a doctoral student in the Department of Physics.

 Harold O. Seigel Graduate Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by Mrs. Marilyn Seigel and Dr. Harold O. Seigel and matched by OGSST.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the Department of Physics studying in the field of Applied Geophysics.

 James Gordon Steele Fellowship

  • Established by Professor G.W. Kent Moore and matched GSEF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Physics on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

 Lamontagne Geophysics Graduate Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by Dr. Yves Lamontagne and matched by OGSST.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Physics studying in the field of Geophysics.

 Marie Curie Sklodowska Association Graduate Fellowship 

  • Established by the Marie Curie Sklodowska Association and matched by GSEF.
  • It is awarded to a female graduate student(s) in the Department of Physics undertaking a variety of courses and research in physics and chemistry, on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

Mary Louise & Ronald Laidlaw Martin Graduate Scholarship in Physics

  • Established through the Estate of Mary Louise Martin
  • It is awarded to domestic or international students based on academic merit. Financial need may also be considered.  

Physics Blyth Fellowship

  • Established by the Estate of Reginald A. Blyth.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Physics.

 PPEF - Jan and Anna van Driel Graduate Fellowship in the Department of Physics

  • Established by Henry and Christine van Driel.
  • To be awarded to a PhD student engaged in the study of optical or condensed matter physics with preference given toward support for international students, based on academic excellence. Financial need will be considered.

 PPEF - Physics International Graduate Scholarship

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors.
  • It is awarded to an International PhD student pursuing his/her graduate degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science - Department of Physics. The scholarship will be awarded based on academic merit and financial need.

 Reford Graduate Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by Michael S. Reford and Stephen W. Reford and matched by OGSST.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Physics who is studying in the field of Applied Geophysics.

 Reginald A. Blyth (Physics) Graduate Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by the Estate of Reginald A. Blyth and matched by the Ontario Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology (OGSST).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Physics.

 Seymour H. Vosko Memorial Prize

  • Established by the family and friends of Seymour H. Vosko and matched by OSOTF, EAF and the Ontario Trust for Student Support (OTSS).
  • It is awarded to a female graduate student in the Department of Physics. Financial need must be considered academic merit will also be considered. Preference may be given to a student in the latter years of a doctoral program.

 Walter and Anne White Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Physics

  • Established by the Estate of Louise Anne White.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Physics.

 Walter and Anne White / Ontario Graduate Scholarships in the Department of Physics (OGS)

  • Established by the Estate of Louise Anne White.
  • It is awarded to an OGS recipient enrolled in the Department of Physics.

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.

 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.

 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.

 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.

 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.

Morimitsu Inaba Doctoral Fellowship in the Political Economy of Development

  • Established by Morimitsu and Etsu Inaba
  • It is awarded to a Political Science doctoral student (domestic or international) whose field of interest is political economy of development, including interdisciplinary topics involving politics and economics, state-building, foreign assistance programs, and international organizations engaged in development. Awarded based on academic merit.

 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.

 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.

J. Davidson Ketchum Graduate Award in Psychology

  • Established by Mrs. Margaret Catto and Dr. Edward J.D. Ketchum and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student studying in the broad field of human psychology in the Department of Psychology.

 J. Davidson Ketchum Graduate Scholarship in Psychology

  • Established by Margaret and John Catto and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF) in memory of Professor Emeritus John Davidson Ketchum (1893-1952), Canada’s first social psychologist. He taught in the Department of Psychology for 30 years.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Psychology on the basis of academic merit with preference given to students studying in the broad field of human psychology. Financial need may also be considered.

 William Line Memorial Graduate Scholarship in Psychology

  • Established by Professor Emeritus Daphne Schiff and supported through the generous donations of the friends and family of Professor Emeritus William Line and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Psychology.

Department for the Study of Religion Student Award

  • Established through the generous donations from various donors and matched the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Centre for the Study of Religion for the purpose of conference travel.

 H. Albert Ellam Memorial Travel Award

  • Established by the Estate of Ida Maud Lillian Ellam and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to graduate students in the Department of Religion on the basis of financial need. Academic merit will also be considered. It is on the recommendation of the chair and restricted for travel support.

 Molly Spitzer Scholarship

  • Established through a bequest of the late Mrs. Esther Spitzer in memory of her daughter Molly Spitzer.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department for the Study of Religion whose principal subject of study is Judaism.

Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures Travel Fund

  • Established through the generous donations of anonymous and various donors.
  • Awarded to two students in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures to support travel related to their academic endeavours.

 Dr. M. Huta Scholarship (undergraduate or graduate students)

  • Established through the generous donations from the friends of the late Dr. M. Huta, a dental surgeon who studied in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures and matched by OSOTF.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures who is enrolled in a course in Ukrainian language, literature or culture offered by the department. The award is to help defray the cost of travel to the Ukraine to participate in an approved program of study.

 Elizabeth Ruth Karch Award in Ukrainian Studies (Undergraduate or Graduate Students)

  • Established through the bequest of the late Elizabeth Ruth Karch and matched by OSOTF and EAF.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures who is enrolled in a course in Ukrainian language and/or literature offered by the Department.

 Ernest Tauber Scholarship (Undergraduate or Graduate Students)

  • Established by the Estate of Ernest Tauber.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures who is enrolled in a course in Czech/Slovak language and/or literature offered by the department.

George Luckyj Prize (Undergraduate or Graduate Students)

 Established by Professor George Luckyj.

  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures who is enrolled in a course in Ukrainian literature offered by the Department.

Joanna DeMone Award at the University of Toronto

  • Established by Joanna DeMone
  • To be awarded to a graduate student from Poland pursuing either a masters or doctoral program in the Polish Language and Literature Program. The Award is renewable provided the student maintains academic standing. The next candidate for admissions from Poland will be selected when the incumbent recipient convocates or is no longer eligible for renewal. Priority will be given to a student with academic interests in Poland's Catholic cultural heritage.
  • Alternatively, it could be awarded to a visiting graduate research or exchange student from Poland visiting the University through programs such as the International Visiting Graduate Student Study Abroad or other approved programs. Priority will be given to a student with academic interests in Poland's Catholic cultural heritage.
  • In an academic year where either one of the conditions above cannot be satisfied, the award will be given to a student in the Polish Language and Literature Program. The Award is not renewable, however candidates may be reconsidered in subsequent years if one of the above conditions cannot be satisfied.

Milan Surducki Memorial Scholarship (Undergraduate or Graduate Students)

  • Established through the generous donations of the friends, relatives, and co-workers of Professor Milan Surducki, former professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures who is enrolled in a course in Serbo Croatian language and/or literature offered by the department.

 Nancy Park Travel Scholarship to Russia (Undergraduate or Graduate Students)

  • Established through the generous donations from the family and friends of Nancy Park, a graduate of the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures in 1994, and matched by EAF. Nancy was a gifted piano player, with a beautiful singing voice. A lover of languages, she spoke four. Her deep interest in Russian culture and history led Nancy to visit Russia three times in the course of her studies and she felt the immersion experience to be invaluable. Nancy passed away in 1998 when she was only 27 years old.
  • It is awarded to an advanced undergraduate or graduate student in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures who is enrolled in a course in Russian language, literature or culture offered by the Department. The award is to help defray the cost of travel to Russia to participate in an approved program of study.

 Polish Consulate General in Toronto Scholarship

  • Established by the Consulate General in Toronto.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student for the academic best project or paper in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures in a given academic year related to Polish culture broadly conceived.

 Robert Franklin Clark Graduate Fellowship in Ukrainian Language and Literature

  • Established by the Canadian Foundation for Ukrainian Studies and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures who is pursuing studies in the field of Ukrainian language and/or literature. Preference will be given to doctoral students.

 Taras Shevchenko Memorial Scholarship (Undergraduate or Graduate Students)

  • Established by the Ukrainian Canadian Committee, Toronto Branch.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures who is enrolled in a course in Ukrainian language offered by the department.

 Toronto Polish Canadian Hall Award [undergraduate or graduate students]

  • Established by Mr. V. Falkowski, Mrs. Anne Pasko, and Mr. T. Lewandowski.
  • It is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures who is pursuing a program of study in Polish language or literature.

 Wolodymry (Walter) Iwanyk Scholarship in Ukrainian Studies

  • This scholarship was established by the Estate of Wolodymry (Walter) Iwanyk. Walter had an abiding appreciation of arts and culture. He placed great value on the importance of lifelong learning and was deeply committed to supporting aspiring scholars, eager to learn about the language and culture of his beloved homeland. Though not a U of T graduate, Walter was impressed with the strong academic reputation of the university’s Ukrainian Studies Program and its focus on promoting a global understanding of Ukrainian culture, history, language, and literature.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures specializing in Ukrainian languages, literature, or culture. Graduate students in other departments whose work is primarily focused on Ukraine or undergraduate students in the second or higher years who have already taken no fewer than two full courses in Ukrainian language, literature, or history will also be considered. The award is to help defray the cost of travel for research purposes or to participate in a conference.

Daniel G. Hill Prize for Best Graduate Paper in Sociology

  • Established through the generous donations of various donors and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF).
  • It is awarded to the best sole or joint authored paper written during the past year (July 1st to June 30th ) by a graduate student in the Department of Sociology. Eligible papers may be on any topic in sociology, may be theoretical or empirical in their approach, and may use analytical method. Students must apply to the Department of Sociology with a copy of their essay. This award will be awarded annually. 

 Edie Yolles / Ontario Graduate Scholarship in the Department of Sociology (OGS)

  • Established by Mr. Morden Yolles on behalf of Mrs. Edie Yolles.
  • It is awarded to an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) recipient in the Department of Sociology.

 Muriel D. Bissell Award

  • Established by Mrs. Muriel D. Bissell.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Sociology who is strongly committed to research on the problems of development in third world countries. The recipient will ordinarily, but not necessarily, be from a third world country. Funds will be used to pay costs of research such as travel and subsistence for data collection, special training (off-campus), and/or the costs of professional development, such as travel to conferences where the recipient is presenting a paper.

 Tom Easterbrook Graduate Scholarship in Communications and the Mass Media

  • Established by Professor Frank W. Peers and matched by the Graduate Student Endowment Fund (GSEF).
  • This scholarship is open to graduate students in the Departments of History, Economics, Political Science, and Sociology who wish to pursue studies related to communications and the mass media in a social democratic society such as Canada.

Milton A. Buchanan Fellowship

  • Established by the Estate of the late Professor Milton A. Buchanan, Professor Emeritus and late chairman of the Department of Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Spanish. Preference will be given to students who have passed the PhD comprehensive examinations. The fellowships are awarded to permit recipients to work on their doctoral theses, preferably outside Canada and the United States, on a program of travel and study approved by the Department of Spanish. Any funds not used for travel awards in a given year may be used for awards for other graduate students.

Department of Statistics Doctoral Award

  • Established through the generous donations by various donors.
  • It is awarded to a PhD student in the Department of Statistics who has demonstrated excellence in research in an area of statistics or probability. Preference will be given to a senior doctoral student.

 Department of Statistics Graduate Fellowship

  • Established by the Estate of Reginald A. Blyth.
  • It is awarded to a student enrolled in a graduate program in the Department of Statistics, where financial need may be taken into consideration.

Master of Financial Insurance Award

  • Established by the Faculty of Arts and Science
  • Awarded to graduate students enrolled in the Master of Financial Insurance program. Academic merit and financial need will be considered

 Reginald A. Blyth (Statistics) Graduate Scholarship (OGSST)

  • Established by the Estate of Reginald A. Blyth and matched by the Ontario Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology (OGGST).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Statistics.

Brianna O'Connor Hersey Scholarship

  • Established by Karen Hersey and Family, the Women & Gender Studies Institute, and various donors
  • It is awarded annually to a WGSI PhD student who has completed their first year of study. The scholarship recognizes a student who demonstrates resilience and drive, shows strong communication skills, exemplifies creative thinking and methods, connects large and small scale thinking in their research, as well as engages with local or transnational communities in meaningful ways.

Hammed Shahidian Graduate Award in Women and Gender Studies

  • Established by Nahid Shahidian.
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the MA program in Women and Gender Studies whose research focuses on women and social movements, women and secularism, transnationalism, and the state. Preference will be given to international students and/or to students working in the Middle East and North Africa.

 Janka Seydegart Scholarship in Feminist Studies

  • Established through the generous donations of the family of Janka Seydegart and matched by the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund (OSOTF) and the Endowed Adjustment Fund (EAF).
  • It is awarded on the basis of financial need to a graduate student enrolled in the graduate collaborative program in Women's Studies (GCWS).

 Kay Armatage Graduate Women and Gender Studies Entrance Prize

  • Established by Kay Armatage and subsequently supported by the friends of the Graduate Collaborative Program in Women’s Studies.
  • It is awarded to an incoming student to the Graduate Collaborative Program in Women’s Studies on the basis of academic excellence, where financial need may also be considered.

Vida Heydarian Gender Justice Award

  • Established by Mr. Keyvan Mahjoor, through the Local Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of Montreal and matched by the Ontario Trust for Student Support (OTSS).
  • It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in either the MA or collaborative MA program in Women and Gender Studies. Preference will be given to individuals who demonstrate a commitment to social justice scholarship and regional, international, and transnational community based themes. Further preference will be given to students working on Middle East issues. Recipients must be in good standings and have demonstrated financial need.