Aboriginal Graduate Fellowship Application Form


Form Type: Awards
Form For: Current Students

Description

This form should be used to apply for the Aboriginal Graduate Fellowship, a merit-based fellowship that is awarded to Aboriginal graduate students who are engaged in a thesis-based full-time graduate program.


Further Information:

Aboriginal Graduate Fellowship Application Form

  • APPLICANT INFORMATION
  • If you answered yes to receiving financial support, please include details below:
  • DEGREE INFORMATION
  • ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
  • Please list all post-secondary education (complete or incomplete). Beginning with your degree currently in progress or your most recently completed degree; list up to five degrees.
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  • RELEVANT ACADEMIC OR RESEARCH WORK EXPERIENCE
  • Beginning with the most recent, list up to five positions you are holding or have held (including academic, and relevant non-academic work experience as well as administrative appointments).
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  • SCHOLARSHIPS AND OTHER AWARDS
  • List up to five scholarships, fellowships, prizes and other academic awards you have received. Please list those that are most pertinent to the adjudication of your application.
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  • PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
  • ACADEMIC REFERENCES
  • Provide information concerning two referees who will each complete the reference form. Please provide each referee with a copy of your Aboriginal Graduate Fellowship application and attachments.
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  • ATTACHMENTS
  • In addition to the Aboriginal Graduate Fellowship application form, applicants must submit the following materials (Your submission must be in 12-point Times New Roman font; single spaced; all margins set at a minimum of ¾“ or 1.87 cm):
  • Provide a detailed description of your thesis or dissertation for the period during which you are to hold the award. Provide background information to position your research within the context of the current knowledge in the field. State the objectives and hypothesis and outline the theoretical or experimental approach to be taken and the methods and procedures to be used. Be as specific as possible.
  • Provide bibliographic details for all citations included in the Outline of Current/Proposed Research. Ensure they are clear and complete to allow reviewers to locate the sources easily.
  • I. Begin with your most recent contributions and list each entry on a new line. II. Group the contributions by category in the following order: a. Refereed contributions b. Other refereed contributions (e.g. communications, papers in refereed conference proceedings, posters) c. Non-refereed contributions (e.g. specialized publications, technical reports, conference presentations, posters) d. Forthcoming contributions e. Knowledge and Technology transfer f. Contributions resulting from your participation in industrially relevant R&D activities (examples) g. Patents and copyrights (e.g. software, but excluding publications) Notes: • Publications submitted, accepted or in press: indicate the date of submission/acceptance. • Patents: include the title and names of joint inventors. Indicate whether it has been submitted or awarded. • Posters: Indicate the presenting author with an asterisk (*). • Conferences: Indicate whether institutional, regional, provincial, national or international. Make a distinction between oral and poster presentations.
  • DECLARATION AND SIGNATURE
  • I declare that the statements made in this submission are, to the best of my knowledge, true, complete and correct. I understand that the Dean of the College of Graduate Studies at the University of British Columbia's Okanagan campus reserves the right to revoke any scholarship offering resulting, where necessary, in the need for a student to withdraw from his/her degree program if any of the information in this reference is found to be untrue, or if evidence of fraudulent submission of documentation is found.

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