Margaret Ruth Crawford Memorial Scholarship
The Margaret Ruth Crawford Memorial Scholarship, valued at $1000, is awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement who is graduating from a Psychology program at the University of Alberta and entering a graduate program in a clinically-related field. Application is through self-nomination and consists of: a letter explaining why the student deserves the award, an official transcript, and proof of acceptance into a relevant graduate program.
Applications are due in the Psychology General Office, BS P217, by May 16 at 4:00pm.
* Note that if May 16 falls on a weekend, then the deadline is 4:00pm on the Monday that follows the May 16 weekend
NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Awards
The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) provides Undergraduate Student Research Awards (also known as USRA or Summer Studentships) to science and engineering students. These awards provide financial support for students to gain research experience in an academic setting between May and August, and are meant to encourage students to pursue graduate studies and a research career in these fields. For more information, see the NSERC Student Research Awards webpage.
Applications are due in the Psychology General Office, BS P217, by January 29 at 4:00pm.
* Note that if January 29 falls on a weekend, then the deadline is 4:00pm on the following Monday
Roger S. Smith Undergraduate Student Research Award
The Faculty of Arts Undergraduate Student Researcher Award, valued at $5000, provides 15 students in the Faculty of Arts with the opportunity to engage in 15 weeks of research-based activity during the summer months. Available to continuing undergraduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Arts with a minimum GPA of 3.3. For more information or the application form, see the Roger S. Smith Undergraduate Researcher Award webpage.
Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research
Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research (AHFMR) awards Summer Studentships, which offer motivated students with exceptional academic records an opportunity to participate in medical or health research during the summer months. The award is meant to encourage students to pursue formal training and a career in health research. The award consists of a stipend only.