Graduate Endowment Awards

The following donor-funded awards are open to graduate students who meet the award eligibility requirements. Calls for applications for these awards are posted under "Grad News" in the top right section of this website:

Dr. Lois K. Smedick Graduate Awards 

Awarded to a graduate student with a minimum average of 80% in any discipline.

Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need. 

Value: $1,000.       

Charles Clark Graduate Awards 

Awarded to a graduate student with a minimum average of 80% in any discipline.
Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need.  

Value: $1,000.

Dr. Ross H. Paul Scholarships

Awarded to a graduate student with a minimum average of 80% in any discipline.

Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need.

Value: $1,000.

James Molnar Graduate Scholarships

Awarded to a graduate student with a minimum average of 80% in any discipline.

Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need. 

Value: $500.

A. R. and E.G. Ferriss Awards 

Awarded to a graduate student with a minimum average of 80% in any discipline.
Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need. 

Value: $1,000.

General Graduate Endowment Awards 

Awarded to a graduate student with a minimum average of 80% in any discipline. 

Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need. 

Value: $1,000.       

Ian and Terry Scholarship

Awarded to a mature student, with family or other responsibilities, enrolled in any graduate program in the natural or applied sciences on the basis of academic merit. 

Must be a Canadian/Permanent Resident.  

Value $1,000.

Canadian Federation of University Women (Windsor Club) Award

Awarded annually to a female graduate student whose research area concerns issues related to women. 

Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need. 

Value: $2,500. 

Windsor Prostate Cancer Scholarships 

Awarded to Master’s or PhD students engaged in research related to prostate cancer in any discipline

Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need.

Value:  $1,000.

Casino Windsor Cares/Gail Rosenblum Memorial Breast Cancer Research Scholarships 

Awarded to Master’s or PhD students engaged in study in breast cancer research in any discipline

Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need.

Value:  $5,000.

Gloria & Carl Morgan Graduate Scholarship in Breast Cancer Research 

Awarded to Master’s or PhD students engaged in study in breast cancer research in any discipline

Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need.

Value: $1,000.

Elena Loaring Memorial Fund for Breast Cancer Research 

Awarded to Master’s or PhD students engaged in medical-related breast cancer research in Nursing or Science

Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need.

Value:  $2,000.

 

William A. Redmond Memorial Bursary 

Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to a student beginning a graduate program in Chemistry or Biochemistry at the University of Windsor. Established (1972) in memory of William A. Redmond, who obtained his doctorate in chemistry at the University of Windsor in 1964. 

Value: $1,000.

Dennis Tuck Memorial Scholarship in Chemistry 

Awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry with an average of at least 90%, to honour the outstanding career of Dr. Dennis Tuck, a distinguished and respected researcher, professor and former department head in Chemistry.
Must be Canadian citizen/Permanent Resident and show financial need.

Value: $1,000.

Kevin Couvillon Memorial Scholarship 

Awarded to a graduate student in Chemistry and Biochemistry who is engaged in cancer research.  Must have a GPA of at least 80%.  Preference will be given to students working on natural or non-invasive treatments.

Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need.

Value:  $1,000.

Meng-Rooney Memorial Bursary 

Awarded annually on the basis of scholarship and financial need to a graduate student in Communication Studies.  Established in 1989 in honour of a Master's student from the People's Republic of China. 

Value $500.

Frederick G. and Doris B. Bristow Award 

For M.A.Sc or Ph.D. students registered in any Engineering graduate program.

  •  Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident with an average of at least 77%, and show financial need.
  •  Recipients must have received their education from a recognized Canadian high school and their undergraduate degree from a Canadian university.  Preference given to a student of English descent (at least one parent born in England).   Nominees for this award must provide documentation showing that they meet the previous education criteria. 
  • Value: $2,500.

Benito P. and Teofila S. Calayag Award

For M.A.Sc or Ph.D. students registered in the Mechanical Engineering graduate program. If no suitable candidate in Mechanical Engineering, the award may be given to a student from another Engineering graduate program. Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident with an average of at least 77%, and show financial need. Recipients must have received their degree from a recognized Canadian high school and their undergraduate degree from a Canadian university. Preference given to a student of Filipino descent (at least one parent born in the Philippines). 

Value: $2,500.

MEDA Ltd. Mel Lawn Memorial Scholarship 

Awarded to a student in any graduate program in Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering.  Preference will be given to students who have a record of community service in the past two years.  Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident with an average of at least 73%, and show financial need. 

Value: $2,000.

Frederick Atkins Graduate Awards 

Awarded to graduate students in a program in Electrical Engineering on the basis of excellent performance in research and course work. Applicants must be Canadian/Permanent Resident. 

Value: $2,000. 

F. Wayne and Purita C. Bristow Award 

For M.A.Sc or Ph.D. students registered in the Electrical Engineering graduate program. If no suitable candidate in Electrical Engineering, the award may be given to a student from another Engineering graduate program. Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident with an average of at least 77%, and show financial need. Recipients must have received their education from a recognized Canadian high school and their undergraduate degree from a Canadian university. Preference given to a student of Canadian descent (at least one parent born in Canada). 

Value: $2,500.

Jennifer Lynch Memorial Scholarship in Creative Writing

Awarded to a graduate student in the English and Creative Writing program based on academic merit. Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need. 

Value: $1,000.

The Phillip Lang Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to a graduate student in the department of English (Canadian Literature or Creative Writing), on the basis of academic standing.  Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need. 

Value:  $1,000.

University of Windsor Graduate Environmental Scholarships 

Awarded on the basis of merit to a student in a graduate environmental program at the University of Windsor. Students should be able to demonstrate a commitment to and potential for making significant contributions in environmental science or environmental engineering. Areas of study: Biological Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Earth Sciences, Environmental Science. Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need. 

Value: $1,000.

Verdecchia Family Graduate Scholarships in Health Sciences 

Awarded to Master’s or PhD students engaged in study in the health sciences

Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need. 

Value: $1,000.

Brian & Wilma Hannon Graduate Scholarship 

Awarded to Master’s or PhD students engaged in study in the health sciences

Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need. 

Value: $1,000.

Walter L. White Memorial Scholarship 

Awarded annually on the basis of scholarship and financial need to a graduate student in political science. Established in 1975 by friends and admirers of Walter L. White, first Head of the Department of Political Science and first Dean of Social Science. 

Value: $up to $1,000.

Stephen & Vicki Adams Scholarship in Graduate Studies (Political Science)

Awarded annually to a Master’s student in the Department of Political Science based on academic achievement.  Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need.

Value: $1,000.

Peter & Beatrice Soteros Scholarship 

Awarded to a Master’s or PhD student engaged in study in the Faculty of Science. 

Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need. 

Value: $500.

Dr. Robert Whitehurst Graduate Scholarship 

Awarded to a graduate student in the MA program in Sociology on the basis of academic merit (minimum cumulative average of 80%) and evidence of extracurricular activity.  Must be Canadian/Permanent Resident and show financial need. 

Value: $500.


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