Weston Fellowship

Arthur and Dawn WestonArthur and Dawn Weston
The application period for the 2020-2021 Weston Fellowship competition is now open.

The Weston Fellowship was established by Arthur and Dawn Weston to recognize and promote the development of university teaching and learning expertise in various disciplines. It is awarded by the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office upon the recommendation of Teaching and Learning Services to an outstanding full-time graduate student interested in conducting research on university teaching and learning in any Faculty.

Value and tenure: varies: the amount of the 2020-2021 Fellowship is $19,000

Duration: renewable once at the Master’s level, twice at the Doctoral level

Deadline to apply: March 13, 2020

Eligibility and application formWeston Fellowship

For more information, contact nancy.stpierre2 [at] mcgill.ca.

 


 

Previous Winners

2019 Philippa Parks, Integrated Studies in Education
2016 Armin Alex Yazdani, Integrated Program in Neuroscience
2013 Jennifer Gilbert, Department of Integrated Studies in Education
2009 Erika Donald, Department of Music Research
2008 Jae-Hoon Han, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology

Philippa Parks poses with her award and, from left to right: Dr. Caroline Riches, Director, Undergraduate & Graduate Programs, Faculty of Education; Dr. Cynthia Weston, former director of TLS; and Dr. Lorraine E. Chalifour, Associate Dean of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.

Armin Alex Yazdani, recipient of the Weston Fellowship, standing with Prof. Ollivier Dyens, Deputy Provost (Student Life and Learning) and Prof. Judith Mandl, Physiology. Armin Alex Yazdani standing with Prof. Ollivier Dyens, Deputy Provost (Student Life and Learning) and Prof. Judith Mandl, Physiology.

Jennifer Gilbert, recipient of the Weston Fellowship, with Cynthia Weston, former Director of Teaching and Learning Services.

Weston Fellowship Awardees Jae Hoon Han and Erika Donald, McGill PhD students

 

 


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