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.|
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.|
Updated: Dec. 13, 2017
McGill - Canadian Centre for Architecture Collection Research Grants Program
Established in 2006 through a partnership with the Department of Art History and Communication Studies and the Canadian Centre for Architecture, we can offer up to four one-month fellowships to cover research in the CCA's extensive holdings. To learn more about their holdings, visit their website at http://www.cca.qc.ca/en.
|Eligibility||Doctoral students in Art History or Communication Studies who have passed their comprehensive exams (Art History) or passed their prospectus (Communication Studies).|
|Residency||Fellows will be expected to work full-time on their research at the CCA during the period of their fellowship. The CCA will provide the student with access to their collections and staff, and space to conduct their work. Each year the department will offer up to a total of $8,000 in grant money.|
|Value||$2,000 per month for up to four months|