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Brock Doctoral Scholarship

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    Donor(s): William and Anne Brock
    Value: 1 award of $37,500 per year for up to four years
    Awarded: In the fall and the recipient must be registered to receive, In the winter and the recipient must be registered to receive, In the summer and the recipient must be registered to receive
    • Research Proposal or Summary and CV
    • Reference Letter
    • Apply By Letter
    Deadline: February 15
    • Canadian-PR-PP
    • Non-Canadian-PR-PP

    The Brock Doctoral Scholarship is one of the most prestigious doctoral awards available at the University. We seek to attract scholars with potential to attain a high level of academic achievement and to make significant teaching and research contributions. Winners represent the very best in their College and at the University. It is hoped that award holders will be mentors for future Brock Doctoral Scholarship winners. Equally weighted selection criteria include: (i) sustained, outstanding academic performance; (ii) history of leadership and/or service in schools and the community; (iii) evidence of strong teaching and research skills (including publication record if appropriate for the discipline); (iv) demonstrated outstanding communication skills, and (v) excellent potential for research and teaching as assessed by the College Dean. One additional criterion may be considered with lesser weighting: provincial, national, international or otherwise significant awards related to the discipline of study. The number of semesters of funding (to a maximum of nine) awarded will be determined at the time of candidate selection and is subject to satisfactory semesterly program performance reviews. In the last semester of the initial award, the recipients may apply for up to three more semesters of support. Students entering or transferring to a doctoral program in May, September or January following the deadline date should apply to their College Dean by February 15th with a curriculum vitae; a one page personal statement; transcripts; 3 letters of reference; documentation of teaching, research, volunteer activities and leadership; which must then be forwarded to the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies by March 1st, with the Dean’s written assessment of the candidate’s research and teaching potential attached. Applicants should use this checklist, found under the ‘Graduate Awards Forms’ heading, to ensure they have fully completed the application requirements.

    Students entering full-time doctoral study in May, September or January following the deadline date.

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    See also

    Dr. Margaret McCready Tribute Scholarship

    Dr. H. A. Logan Scholarship

    The Lincoln Global Leaders Scholarship, UK

    Connie Rooke Scholarship

    College of Engineering & Physical Sciences Graduate Dean’s Scholarship

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