Art History and Communication Studies

Bram Garber Fellowship in Art History

Established in 1988 in honour of Bram Garber, this tribute to a well-known and respected member of the Canadian business community was provided by the generous gifts of family and friends.

Eligibility Students pursuing graduate studies in Art History at McGill, Faculty of Arts are eligible.
Value Varies

Jean de Grandpré Prize

Established by the Chancellor of McGill University, Jean de Grandpré; the Chrysler Corporation and Bell Canada.

Eligibility Awarded by the Department of Art History and Communication Studies to a graduate student in Communications who has done outstanding work in the field.
Value $750

Updated: Dec. 13, 2017


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