McMaster Researchers awarded the Vanier Graduate Scholarship
Five doctoral students from McMaster University have been awarded the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship. Each recipient will receive a $50,000 CAD scholarship for up to three years. Canadian citizens as well as foreign citizens are invited to apply for this prestigious award. Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship supports various areas of research such as Health, Natural sciences, Engineering, Social Sciences and Humanities.
To learn more about the scholars and the work they will be doing while at McMaster University click here
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