Kue Young Leadership Award in Public Health

Nominations are due in the Spring/Summer term


  • Satisfactory academic standing
  • School of Public Health
  • Preference given to residents of the Canadian Northern Territories, Labrador or the Provincial North, as identified by Atlas of Canada Thematic Map of the North
  • Selection based on demonstrated leadership
  • Selection based on community involvement
  • Selection based on academic standing
  • Awarded to students who are a First Nation, Inuit, or Métis person of Canada in Accordance with the Constitution Act, 1982, Part 2, Section 35(2)
  • Open to Canadian citizens.
  • Open to permanent residents.
  • Open to foreign nationals holding Canadian study permits.
  • Open to applicants in doctoral programs.
  • Open to applicants in masters programs.
  • Open to Graduate Certificate students.
  • Open to applicants in course-based study programs.
  • Open to applicants in thesis-based study programs.

How to apply

By nomination only. Students should contact their department for details on their application process. Nominations are submitted to GPS by the Department (or Faculty). The Graduate Scholarship Committee makes the final decision.

Additional Information

Deadlines on this page are approximations. Departments may have their own internal deadlines for adjudicating awards before submitting to GPS. Please contact your department directly about deadlines.

The value and number of awards and scholarships are determined yearly and may increase or decrease. Departments can confirm the current value of open awards and GPS deadlines through GSMS.

Award Details


Number of Awards


Award Type


Award Category

Department Specific