The Tomlinson Postdoctoral Fellowships are recruitment fellowships for new postdoctoral scholars accepted into a postdoctoral research position at any department at McGill University.
Richard H. Tomlinson (PhD '48, McGill University) enjoyed a career in Chemistry that won him national recognition as a university teacher and success as an inventor and entrepreneur. In the year 2000, he created this exceptional series of recruitment student awards with the aim of giving the finest young minds the opportunity to study at McGill University.
That there will be no Tomlinson Postdoctoral Fellowship competition offered in Fall 2013.
Guidelines and Forms
"The Tomlinson Talks" is a multidisciplinary lecture series featuring presentations by graduate and postdoctoral award holders. The inaugural event of this series was held in November 2002.
Dr. Richard H. Tomlinson's exceptional series of graduate student awards give the finest young minds the opportunity to study at McGill University. On behalf the Tomlinson Scholars, Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies thanks him for ongoing generous support.