Amy Wong Biotechnology Award
Established in 1998 by a generous gift from a McGill graduate of Chemical Engineering (Class of 1959) from Hong Kong.
|Eligibility||Awarded by the Institute of Parasitology to a qualified student from China, including Hong Kong, who is an outstanding student entering the Biotechnology Graduate Certificate Program or M.Sc.(A) in Biotechnology, renewable once at the master's level. Preference will be given to students entering at the certificate level. The recipients are expected to return to their home country after the completion of their studies.|
|Value||Varies; one award available|
Lynden Laird Lyster Memorial Fellowship in Parasitology
Established in 1972 by a bequest from the estate of Arthur J. Lyster in memory of his son.
|Eligibility||Awarded by the fellowships committee of the Institute of Parasitology to new applicants for graduate studies in Parasitology who are nominated by the academic staff of the Institute. The fellowship will be awarded on the basis of strong academic standing. With other considerations being equal, preference will be given to candidates from (a) the Eastern Townships; (b) the Province of Quebec; (c) Canada; and (d) outside of Canada, in that order.|
|Estimated value||$10,000 plus a mandatory contribution from other sources to provide a minimum annual income of $14,000|
Robert P. Harpur Fellowship in Parasitology
Established in 2005 by bequest from Robert P. Harpur, M.Sc. 1947, Ph.D. 1949, a former faculty member of the Institute of Parasitology.
|Eligibility||Awarded by Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, upon recommendation from the fellowships committee of the Institute of Parasitology in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, to a newly admitted international student for graduate studies in Parasitology. The Fellowship will be awarded on the basis of acadmic excellence and research potential.|
|Estimated value||$11,000 plus a mandatory contribution from other sources to provide a minimum annual income of $16,000. Renewable once at the Master's level and twice at the Doctoral level. M.Sc. students who transfer to a Ph.D. program in Parasitology may renew the award twice. In all cases, the award cannot be held for mroe than three years.|