Lashley and Mary Haggman Memorial Research Award


Deadline:

Check with your Faculty (likely August 2021)


Eligibility of Citizenship: Canadian, Permanent Residence, and International
Degree Level: Masters and Doctoral
Award Status: Open
Applicant Status: Incoming Students and Continuing Students

Description

Quick Facts

A $6,500 research award has been made available through an endowment established by the Estate of Lashley and Mary Haggman for a graduate student at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan campus, conducting research on memory or memory-related issues.

Annual Value: $6,500

Eligibility

  • Conducting research on memory or memory-related issues

Evaluation Criteria

  • Alignment with the objectives of the award (i.e. research on memory or memory-related issues)
  • Research ability and potential
  • Experience and achievements obtained within and beyond academia (e.g. awards, academic record, extracurricular activity)
  • Faculties provide nominations to the College of Graduate Studies

Nomination Procedures

  • Each faculty Dean’s office forms an internal review to select up to two nominations
  • The responsible designate from each faculty provides a ranked nomination list to the College of Graduate Studies via the Lashley and Mary Haggman Memorial Research Award Nomination Form by the CoGS nomination deadline of September 23, 2021
  • In addition to the nomination form, nominations must include:
    • A one-page letter composed by the student that:
      • Includes a sentence stating they would like to be considered for the Lashley and Mary Haggman Memorial Research Award
      • Includes an outline of proposed research which also describes how the research relates to memory or memory-related issues
      • Is in PDF format; is set in 12-point Times New Roman font; is single spaced; has all margins set at a minimum of ¾“ or 1.87 cm
    • Student CV
      • The student’s CV should include scholarships and awards, contributions to research and publications, work experience, etc.
    • Letter of support from the thesis supervisor
    • All undergraduate and graduate transcripts
      • These transcripts will be automatically attached to the application for the College of Graduate Studies adjudication from the student’s file (official transcripts do not need to be ordered)
      • To request transcripts from the College of Graduate Studies for the Faculty review please send the request to graduateawards.ok@ubc.ca
  • Nominations are reviewed and one winner is selected by the College of Graduate Studies Scholarship and Awards Committee
  • Only successful students are notified

Further Information

Questions? Please contact: graduateawards.ok@ubc.ca