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Since 2007, the Weston Family Awards in Northern Research have provided unparalleled support to early-career scientists in Canada pursuing research in Canada’s North. Funded by the Weston Family Foundation, these annual awards are some of the most prestigious in the country for students pursuing a master’s degree, a doctoral degree or postdoctoral fellowship. Nearly 300 students have been selected to receive an award since the program’s inception, forming a community of Weston Family Northern Scientists who are at the forefront of northern scholarship and who are helping shape a better future for Canada and the world.
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In the 2023-2024 program year, the Weston Family Foundation will aim to support up to ten (10) awards for students at the doctoral level.
Each award is valued at $50,000 over two (2) years.
Eligibility Applicants to the doctoral level of the awards program must:
• Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada as of the application deadline
• Be enrolled in a doctoral program (leading to a thesis) in the natural sciences pursuing northern research at an accredited Canadian university as of the application deadline
• Have received approval for their research proposal, including any required ethical reviews and/or research licenses, by the time they start their award.
Please note that past recipients of the Weston Family Awards in Northern Research at the master’s level are eligible to apply for an award at the doctoral level.
Successful applicants at the doctoral level will also be considered for additional funding through the Extended Stay program (see details in the “How to Apply” section).
The tenure period for awards at the doctoral level begins June 1, 2023, and ends May 31, 2025.
Apply now through the online portal.
For more details visit: Universities Canada website.