Please note the timelines: Nomination Deadline: November 20, 2009
Presentation and research profile by recipients: ANSER Conference, June 2 - 4, 2010 at Concordia University, Montreal, QC.
- Any full-time Landed Immigrant or Canadian graduate student who is focusing on nonprofit and social economy research
- Applications may be submitted in French or English
a. Research scholarship
b. Quality of research
c. Relevance to nonprofits and the social economy
d. Contribution to policy, governance, or sustainability of nonprofits and the social economy
Submission of the following by the deadline date:
i. A two page outline of the research question/ methodology/ research partners/ expected contribution/ relationship to nonprofits and the social economy/ research timetable
ii. A CV (4 pages maximum) to include stage of study/ expected completion date/ bursaries or funding/ publications/ research experience
iii. Letter of support from supervisor or other to comment on quality of research scholarship and relevance to nonprofit and social economy
Awards: There will be two annual awards of $2,500 each with an additional $2,500 (total) to support Award recipient travel to the ANSER Conference. Award recipients will be asked to profile their research at the ANSER Conference.
Funds for the ANSER Graduate Student Award have been made possible by the Institute for Nonprofit Studies,
For more information contact:
ANSER Awards Committee
c/o Institute for
4825 Mount Royal Gate SW,
Best of luck!