Science

Abdel-Meguid Family Fellowships

Established in 2009 by Tarek Abdel-Meguid, B.Sc. 1978.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Science  to outstanding graduate students conducting research in the Faculty.
Value Varies

Last update: 30 Sept. 2013


Alexandra Irwin Cowie Fellowships in Environmental Science

Established in 2010 by Alexandra Irwin Cowie, B.Sc. 1950.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Science , upon the basis of academic merit, to outstanding graduate students engaged in interdisciplinary environmental science research within departments of the Faculty under the supervision of a member of the McGill School of Environment.
Value Varies

Last update: 30 Sept. 2013


Arts and Science Class of 1966 Award in the Faculty of Science

Established by the Arts and Science Class of 1966 on the occasion of its 25th anniversary of graduation.

Eligibility Open to graduate students entering their second year or later of study in the Faculty of Science to pursue collection-based research originating in the Redpath or McCord Museum.Awarded to one or more students by the Faculty of Science
Value Varies

Last update: 12 Mar. 2020


Bourse de doctorat Hydro-Québec en science

Established in 2007 by Hydro-Québec.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Science  to outstanding students entering a full-time Doctoral degree program in the Faculty who are residents of Quebec.
Value $15,000; renewable twice

Last update: 01 Oct. 2013


Bourse de maîtrise Hydro-Québec en science

Established in 2007 by Hydro-Québec.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Science  to outstanding students entering a full-time Master's degree program in the Faculty who are residents of Quebec.
Value $10,000; renewable once

Last update: 01 Oct. 2013


Carl Reinhardt Fellowship

Established from the estate of the late Carl Reinhardt, who received Bachelor of Applied Science degrees from McGill University in Civil Engineering (1896) and Mining Engineering (1897).

Eligibility Open to graduate students in the Departments of Physics, as well as Earth and Planetary Sciences. No citizenship restrictions.
Value Varies

Carl Reinhardt Scholarships and Bursaries in Physics and Earth and Planetary Sciences

Established from the estate of the late Carl Reinhardt.

Eligibility To be used for scholarships or bursaries or in the support of research for graduate students in Physics, and Earth and Planetary Sciences. Awards are made by the Chair of the department concerned.
Value Varies

Chalk Rowles Fellowship

Established by Mary Laura Chalk, McGill's first woman Ph.D. in Physics (1928), in memory of her husband, William Rowles (Ph.D. 1928), Professor Emeritus of Agricultural Physics at Macdonald College.

Eligibility Open to graduate students in the Department of Physics. No citizenship restrictions.
Value $10,000; renewable once

David Stewart Memorial Fellowship

Established through a bequest by the late Agnes Stewart in memory of her father, David Stewart.

Eligibility Offered to graduate students in the physical and biological sciences who demonstrate high ability and who are likely to enter a career of university teaching. No citizenship restrictions.
Value $10,000; non-renewable

Delise Alison Graduate Prizes

Established in 2006 through a bequest by Delise Alison, a retired staff member of the Redpath Museum.
 

Eligibility Awarded annually by the Redpath Museum, based on academic standing, to graduate students pursuing research at the Redpath Museum.
Estimated value $1,000

Dr. and Mrs. Milton Leong Fellowships in Science

Established in 1994 through a donation of Dr. Milton H.K. Leong, B.Sc. 1966, M.D.,C.M. 1970, and Susanna S. C. Leong (Liang), B.Sc. 1969, M.Sc. 1973.

Eligibility Awarded by GPS to outstanding graduate students in the Faculty of Science, with preference to students from China.
Value $25,000; renewable once

Dr. and Mrs. Milton Leong Graduate Student Awards

Established in 2006 by Dr. and Mrs. Milton Leong to allow McGill University to attract and retain top students in its Faculty of Science.

Eligibility Awarded by GPS, upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Science, to graduate students who are accepted into or registered in a program in the Faculty of Science, and who have also been granted an external fellowship, such as NSERC or FQRNT.
Value $5,000, or at the discretion of the Dean of the Faculty of Science; non-renewable

Dr. James E. Griffiths Award in Material Sciences

Established in 2001 by Dr. James E. Griffiths, Ph.D. 1959.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Science  to an outstanding incoming graduate student pursuing studies and research in material sciences in the Faculty. Preference will be given to students holding an FQRNT (FCAR) or NSERC fellowship.
Value Varies

Last update: 15 June 2016


Dr. Lawrence Light Graduate Fellowships in Sustainability

Established in 2019 by Lawrence Light, BSc 1962, to support graduate students in science to conduct research in Sustainability Sciences.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Science on the basis of academic merit.
Value Varies

Last update: 12 Feb. 2020


Heather Munroe-Blum Fellowship in Green Chemistry

Established in 2013 by an anonymous donor, in honour of Professor Heather Munroe-Blum, for outstanding graduate students pursuing research related to Green Chemistry in the Faculty of Science.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Science on the basis of academic merit.
Value Varies

Last Update: 09 Apr. 2014


Kharusi Family International Science Fellowship

Established in 2019 by Dr. Muhammed Samir Kharusi, M.Sc. 1968, Ph.D. 1971, to bridge the Islamic and non-Islamic worlds, by providing fellowships for international students who are pursuing M.Sc. degrees in the Faculty of Science to study at McGill and gain valuable life experience through their studies.

Eligibility Awarded by the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office on the basis of academic merit. Preference will be given to students who are born or reside in regions subjected to political , social or religious turmoil, such as occupation, civil war, widespread violence, or population displacement.
Value Varies

Last Update: 08 Jan. 2020


Kenneth Eade Fellowships in Science

Established in 2011 by Margaret Hawken Eade, Dip. Ed. 1947.

Eligibility Awarded to outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research in the Faculty of Science on the basis of academic merit by the Faculty of Science.
Value Varies

Lorne Trottier Science Accelerator Fellowships

Established in 2006 by Lorne Trottier, B.Eng. 1970, M.Eng. 1973, D.Sc. 2006. Awarded annually by GPS upon nomination by the Faculty of Science to attract outstanding students into the Faculty's graduate degree programs.

Eligibility The Lorne Trottier Science Accelerator Fellowships will be awarded to meritorious students accepted into a graduate degree program within the Faculty of Science and are to be combined with funding received by applicants through external programs such as NSERC or FQRNT, as well as with funding received through other sources within the University. Awardees are selected on the basis of nominations by the Faculty of Science.
Value Varies

Mary Louise Taylor Fellowship

Established in 1994 through a donation of Mrs. Judy Mappin, B.Sc. 1950, in memory of her late sister Mary Louise Taylor, B.A. 1952.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Science . The fellowships may be held by students registered in any of the Faculty’s graduate programs, with preference given to women. No citizenship restrictions.
Value Varies

Last update: 02 Oct. 2013


Molson and Hilton Hart Fellowships in Science

Established in 2008 by Richard Hart, Ph.D. 1970, MBA 1972, in the name of his sons, Molson and Hilton Hart.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Science to outstanding graduate students.
Value Varies

Last update: 02 Oct. 2013


Murata Family Fellowships

Established in 2010 by Taketo Murata, B.Sc. 1958.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Science  to outstanding students in the Faculty.
Value Varies

Last update: 02 Oct. 2013


Richard H. Tomlinson Fellowships in University Science Teaching

Established in 2003 by a generous gift from Dr. Richard H. Tomlinson, Ph.D. 1948.

Eligibility The awards are for outstanding graduate and postdoctoral students in the Faculty of Science and other faculties, who will be engaged in research in the teaching of science at the university level. Awarded by the Dean of Science on the basis of academic merit upon recommendation from the Director of the Tomlinson University Science Teaching Project. Professors in the Faculty of Science and other faculties will nominate candidates to the Director of the Tomlinson University Science Teaching Project, who will forward recommendations to the Dean of Science.
Value Maximum $20,000; renewable
Application For more detailed information, please send an email to: tomlinson.project [at] mcgill.ca with the words “University Science Teaching Fellowship” in the subject field.

The DeepMind Fellowships

Established in 2020 by DeepMind Technologies Limited in support of graduate students in the Faculty of Science with a research focus on artificial intelligence, including machine learning and related subjects..

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Science on the basis of academic merit to three students in Master programs and two students in PhD programs. Preference will be given to students who are: (i) Canadian citizens or permanent residents; and (ii) from underrepresented groups.
Value Total value of the fellowships, including allocations for travel and equipment: Master fellows: approximately $24,250 over 2 years. PhD fellows: approximately$68,000 over 5 years.

Last update: 09 Sep. 2020


Tomlinson Master’s Fellowships in the Faculty of Science

Established in 2000 through a very generous gift from Dr. Richard H. Tomlinson, Ph.D. 1948. Awarded annually by Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies to recruit outstanding students into Master’s  degree programs. Tomlinson fellows who accept a fellowship from an agency external to McGill will be entitled to one-half the full value of the Tomlinson Fellowship.

Eligibility The Tomlinson Faculty of Science Master’s Fellowships are for new students accepted into a Master’s program in a department within the Faculty of Science.
Value $15,000; renewable annually based on satisfactory progress, to a maximum tenure of 2 years for Master’s level

Women in Science Fellowship

Established in 2007 by Tania Zouikin, alumni, friends, faculty, students and staff of the Faculty of Science.

Eligibility Awarded by the Faculty of Science  to an outstanding student entering any graduate degree program in science. Preference will be given to female candidates.
Value $15,000; renewable once at the Master's level and twice at the Doctoral level

Last update: 02 Oct. 2013


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