The Robert Sutherland Fellowships
The Robert Sutherland Fellowships (formerly known as Graduate Dean's Scholarships for Aboriginal and Canadian Visible Minority Students) were established in 1992 to help diversify our campus by attracting applications from visible minorities that are under-represented at Queen's. Awards are available to incoming Aboriginal students, African Canadian students and other Canadian visible minority students. The awards will be made through a competition held each year in May-June. Application must be made when a student applies for graduate study at Queen's.
The Graduate Dean's Travel Grant for Doctoral Field Research
The Graduate Dean's Travel Grant for Doctoral Field Research provides financial support for doctoral students pursuing dissertation research at a considerable distance from Queen's. Awards will be made through a competition. The maximum value of the award is $3,000. Graduate programs and Departments are sent details and application materials approximately 8 weeks prior to the annual competition deadline.
Huntley Macdonald Sinclair Travelling Scholarship
The Huntley Macdonald Sinclair Travelling Scholarship provides financial support for doctoral students pursuing dissertation research abroad. Awards will be made on a competition basis annually. Applicants should provide an outline of their dissertation research, a description of the work to be undertaken abroad, and an estimate of the costs. The recipient will be chosen through the adjudication process of the Graduate Dean's Travel Grant for Doctoral Field Research competition.
The Alfred Bader Fellowship in Memory of Jean Royce
Established in November 2003 by Alfred Bader, Sc '45, Arts '46, M.Sc. '47, LLD '86, and other friends, in memory of Jean I. Royce, B.A. 1930, LL.D. 1968, Registrar, Queen's University, and awarded to a woman graduate of Queen's University for one year of study and research or to pursue an endeavour which contributes to the advancement of knowledge, contributes to society, or allows creative expression. All requirements for a Queen's degree must be completed by the spring convocation in the year of the competition. Application, along with official transcript(s), and three letters of reference, should be submitted to the Associate University Registrar (Students Awards) before 15 February.
The Jean Royce Fellowship
This fellowship in memory of Jean I. Royce, B.A. 1930, LL.D. 1968, Registrar, Queen's University, is awarded annually by the Queen's University Alumnae Association to a woman graduate of Queen's University for one year of study and research. Value Variable. Applications should be submitted to the Associate Registrar (Student Awards) before 15 February.
The Marty Memorial Scholarship
The scholarship was established in memory of Dr. Aletta Marty, M.A. 1894, LL.D. 1919 and her sister, Sophie Marty, a distinguished graduate of Queen's University. Awarded annually by the Queen's University Alumnae Association to a woman graduate of Queen's University, for one year of study and research. Value Variable Applications should be submitted to the Associate Registrar (Student Awards) before 15 February.
The Mireille Calle-Gruber International Studies Award
Established by Mireille Calle-Gruber and annually awarded, on the basis of academic merit, to a student doing a Master or PhD program in the Humanities, who wishes to study in France. Departments may send a written statement of nomination to the School of Graduate Studies, by the deadline of March 1. An ad hoc committee of the School of Graduate Studies will review the statements of nominations and select the winner. Alternatively and when such applicants are identified, the recipient could be chosen through the adjudication process of the Graduate Dean's Travel Grant for Doctoral Field Research. If candidates for the award are identified through the latter process, the award will go to the applicant with the highest overall score in that competition.
The Ted Reeve Memorial Award
Established by friends and associates of Ted Reeve, who was a football coach and a long time friend of Queen's. Awarded to upper-year students to recognize outstanding academic achievement and demonstrated qualities of courage, team loyalty and fair play on an intercollegiate team. Preference will be given to students who play on the Queen's Golden Gaels Football team. The maximum amount of each award will be according to O.U.A. regulations and will adhere to all other O.U.A. and C.I.S. regulations for Athletics Awards. The recipients will be chosen by a Selection Committee, including representatives of former Queen's football players and two representatives appointed by the Senate Committee on Scholarships and Student Aid. Application should be made by 1 October to the Associate University Registrar (Student Awards). The application will be by letter and accompanied by a resume and two letters of reference, one of which will be from the applicant's interuniversity coaching staff.
The Rector Norman McLeod Rogers Prize
Established in memory of Norman Rogers (1894-1940), who held the Chair of Politics at Queen's from 1929 to 1935. Combining academic distinction with a commitment to public life, Mr. Rogers was elected M.P. for Kingston in 1935 and served subsequently as Minister of Labour. At the time of his death he was Canada's Minister of National Defence. Among his many accomplishments and honours, Mr. Rogers was selected as a Rhodes Scholar for Nova Scotia and from 1938 was Rector of Queen's. The prize is awarded to a graduating undergraduate or graduate student in the Departments of Political Studies, Economics, History, or the Public Administration program in the School of Policy Studies, who intends after completion of his or her studies to enter politics or the public service. A letter of application, with a current transcript and resume, should be submitted to the Associate University Registrar (Student Awards) by 1 February; no other material will be considered by the committee. Selection will be made by a committee chaired by the Head of Political Studies, and comprising the Heads of Economics and History, the Director of the School of Policy Studies and a representative of the Senate Committee on Scholarships and Student Aid, or their delegates. The three top-ranked candidates will be interviewed by the Committee. Candidates interviewed should expect the focus of the interview will relate, directly or indirectly, to topics associated to the candidate's interest in public service and/or public policy issues.
The Department of Classics Travel Grant
Established in January 2010 by the friends of the Department of Classics. Granted to graduate students or undergraduates registered in the Department of Classics. The grant is available to contribute to the support of field research that must be carried out at a considerable distance from Queen’s University. Granted on the basis of the academic merit and feasibility of the proposed field study research described within the Department of Classics Travel Grant application. Selection will be made by the Department of Classics Awards Committee. Value: variable.