Department of Chemistry Scholarships

 Scholarship  Deadline  Value  Duration  Eligibility†
Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarships Apr. 30 Master's: $10,800 (Sept. 1 start)
$5400 (Jan. 1 start)

Doctoral: $15,000 (Sept. 1 start)
$7500 (Jan. 1 start)

1 year Canadian
Gilead Alberta Graduate Award of Excellence in Organic Chemistry
none
$2,500
1 time award
Canadian & International
Jean Cooley Graduate Scholarship in Analytical Chemistry
none
$2,500
1 time award
Canadian
Chemistry Alumni International Graduate Scholarship Oct. 1
$700
1 term, may be awarded multiple times
International
Margaret Thompson Memorial Prize1
none
Book prize
1 time award
Canadian & International
Dr. R. Norman and Magda Kemeny Jones Travel Award2
Early July
$1,500
1 time award
Graduate of University of Alberta
Harry Emmet Gunning Postgraduate Scholarship in Physical Chemistry3
none $2,500 up to two years
Canadian & International
Professor Osman James Walker Memorial Scholarship
none
Varies
1 time award
Studying Analytical chemistry
Robert Swindlehurst Graduate Book Prize in Chemistry
none
Book prize
1 time award
Canadian & International
Chemistry 502 Award4
none $300  1 time award  Canadian & International 
 Walter and Phyllis Harris Graduate Scholarship in Chemistry
none $6,300 1 time award
Canadian & International
 Marshall Syska Chemistry Graduate Scholarship
none Equivalent in value to 1 term of full-time Teaching Assistantship
 1 term
 Canadian & International, PhD students only
 

For eligibility, "Canadian"; refers to both Canadian citizens and permanent residents

1. Book prize awarded annually to the graduate student(s) with the highest class average on completion of the first year of graduate studies. There is no application form, students are considered automatically by the Department of Chemistry.

2. To support travel to attend a conference in any area of spectroscopy. Preference may be given to a student attending a FACCS or Pittsburgh conference. The award is primarily intended for graduate students or advanced undergraduate student in physical or theoretical chemistry.

3.  To be offered to outstanding student who enters Ph.D. graduate studies program in Physical Chemistry.

4. One prize awarded per research area (Analytical, Chemical Biology, Inorganic, Organic, Physical) for best Chemistry 502 presentation .