|Sponsored by||Dr. Richard Douglas Oatway|
|Type Of Funding||Fellowship|
|Type of Degree||Doctorate,Masters degree|
|Field Of Study||Humanities & Arts,Law,Social Sciences & Health|
|Specialty||Law, Social Sciences and Humanities|
|Universities||University of Manitoba|
|Eligibility Citizenship||Canadian citizen and Permanent resident, International|
|Country specified||Not Specified|
Graduate Scholarship Description
Dr. Richard Douglas Oatway, FRCS (Edinburgh), FRCS (Canada) has bequeathed funds to the University of Manitoba to support the study of adult harassment.
A native of Green Ridge, Manitoba.
Dr. Oatway graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in 1942. Following a distinguished career in the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps and postgraduate training, Dr. Oatway was engaged in general practice and general surgery in Brandon and Winnipeg, Manitoba, and in Marathon, Ontario. He retired in 1996 at the age of almost 78 years.
Scholarship awarded on basis of :
Students who has undertaken or has proposed to undertake research focused on issues related to adult harassment (non-physical, non-sexual, mental, emotional, and/or psychological, including but not limited to its causation, the motivations or psychodynamics of the perpetrator, implications for the victim's life and well-being, and/or legal aspects.
Additional important information
The Fellowship shall be tenable in the fall session following the announcement of the recipient.
Recipients may hold the Dr. Richard Douglas Oatway Memorial Fellowship concurrently with any other awards, consistent with policies in the Faculty of Graduate Studies. A recipient may not hold the Fellowship more than twice.
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at [email protected]
The endowment fund will be used to offer one fellowship to a student who:
Is enrolled full-time in the Faculty of Graduate Studies, in either a Master's or Doctoral program delivered by the Faculty of Law, the Department of Psychology, or the Department of Sociology.
Has achieved a minimum degree grade point average of 3.5 (or equivalent) based on the last 60 credit hours (or two full years or equivalent) of university study.
Has undertaken or has proposed to undertake research focused on issues related to adult harassment (non-physical, non-sexual, mental, emotional, and/or psychological, including but not limited to its causation, the motivations or psychodynamics of the perpetrator, implications for the victim's life and well-being, and/or legal aspects.
Application forms (if available)
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