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CIHR-eligible Doctoral Award Applicants

Add your information to Research Net. Please send a PDF of the routing slip and signature pages to Joe Halbersma, Health and Biomedical Grants Officer - Research Development & Services, with applicant and supervisor signatures by September 25, 2013.

Please visit Western's School of Graduate and Postdoctoral website on major awards and see below for info on the General Information Sessions and the "Consult the Expert Series"

Information for Researchers working in Health and Psychology. NSERC, SSHRC and CIHR define their subject eligibility and mandate that student researchers apply to only one Federal Agency, i.e.,  you can apply to NSERC OR SSHRC OR CIHR. Selecting the Appropriate Federal Granting Agency.


CONRON HALL GENERAL INFORMATION SESSIONS. Always same time, same place, 2nd Floor University College 4:30pm-6:00pm. Active applicants, as well as any interested students in any year, in any career, are encouraged to attend! No registration required.

* Thursday, SEP.26 - NSERC & SSHRC Doctoral Scholarship Competitions
* Monday, SEP.30 - Canada Graduate Scholarships-Master's Competition


Consult the Expert Series

 

The “Consult the Experts” Series offers support to scholars who are writing research proposals for competition. Scholarship and fellowship applicants are required to write a detailed description of their proposed research project for the period during which they would hold the award. A well-structured and well-written proposal is critical to the success of the application. Applicants are encouraged to bring a one-page draft of their research proposal with them to have it read and critiqued by an available expert from a similar research area. Our contingent of volunteer experts is made up of senior award-winning doctoral students, postdoctoral scholars, research officers and faculty members.

There will be a total of 10 3-hour sessions . There is no registration required and scholars may attend any session that best fits their schedule. Return visits are encouraged. Consultations with a volunteer expert will be limited to 20 minutes each and will take place on a ‘first come, first served' basis. Wait times will vary. Session facilitators will ensure the timely flow of traffic throughout each session.

The sessions will be held on the 3rd floor of Stevenson Hall , inside the main entrance and up the stairs, on the following dates:

Tuesday 4:30-6:30pm sessions :

  • Tuesday, Sept. 24
  • Tuesday, Oct. 8
  • Tuesday, Oct. 22
  • Tuesday, Nov. 5
  • Tuesday, Nov. 12

Friday 1:00-3:00pm sessions:

  • Friday, Sept. 20
  • Friday, Oct. 4
  • Friday, Oct. 18
  • Friday, Nov. 1
  • Friday, Nov. 15

The SGPS website is continually updated with current external scholarship competition information as it becomes available from the agencies.