|Sponsored by||Dr. William S. Lewis BsEE, 1962, DLET 2001|
|Type Of Funding||Fellowship|
|Type of Degree||Doctorate|
|Field Of Study||Earth Sciences|
|Specialty||Chemistry and Physics - SSHRC and NSERC disciplines|
|Duration||maximum of 4 years|
|Universities||University of New Brunswick|
|City||Fredericton, Saint John|
|Eligibility Citizenship||Canadian citizen, International|
|Country specified||Not Specified|
Graduate Scholarship Description
The prestigious Dr. William S. Lewis Doctoral Fellowships are awarded to incoming University of New Brunswick doctoral candidates (i.e. have not yet begun doctoral studies) who have the potential to be regional, national, and international leaders in research and the dissemination of knowledge.
Selection is based on academic excellence and on the candidate's contribution to the field thus far. Lewis Doctoral Fellows, like the recipients of Commonwealth Scholarships, Canada Graduate Scholarships, and Fulbright Awards, combine initiative with the ability to communicate the excitement of their research to a broader audience.
Recipients will be incoming doctoral candidates, who are to be enrolled on either the Fredericton or the Saint John campus of UNB. Normally, a Fellowship will be awarded each year, alternating between the NSERC disciplines for one year and the SSHRC disciplines the next. Fellowships can be held for a maximum of four years.
Where more than one award is made in a year, awards will be made in both the NSERC and SSHRC disciplines.
Scholarship awarded on basis of :
Additional important information
The Dr. William S. Lewis Doctoral Fellowships are designed to attract outstanding doctoral students to UNB.
Nominations by Graduate Academic Units should reach the Dean of the School of Graduate Studies by February 1st. Selection by a three-person committee appointed by the Dean of Graduate Studies will be made by February 15th so that a successful candidate can be notified immediately.
The committee will be chaired by the Dean of Graduate Studies or designate (non-voting). The composition of the committee will alternate between the NSERC and SSHRC disciplines as befitting the fields under consideration in a given year. Where feasible, the committee may wish to interview the candidates.
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Incoming University of New Brunswick doctoral candidates (i.e. have not yet begun doctoral studies) who have the potential to be regional, national, and international leaders in research and the dissemination of knowledge.
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