Student Awards and Grants

Interdisciplinary Studies Students Do Well with Grants!

Our projects are innovative !

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2016

  • SSHRC Doctoral Award:  We are please to announce that Johanna Lewis has been awarded a 2016 SSHRC Bombadier Doctoral Award of $17,500. Congratulations.
  • Toronto General Hospital: Robert McKnight was awarded a $5,000 research grant.

2015

  • SSHRC Masters Award:  We are please to announce that Rebecca Barnstaple and Ruth Tait have been awarded a 2015 SSHRC Masters Award of $17,500. Big congratulations to Rebecca and Ruth!
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarships - Johanna Lewis was awarded $15,000,

2014

  • Faculty of Graduate Studies Thesis Prize Winner  Interdisciplinary Studies is delighted to announce that Sue Patrick Breit has been awarded the 2014 FGS Thesis prize in recognition of her outstanding work represented by The Phenomenology of a Simple Song: Expression, Creativity, and the Recovery of Aesthetics
  • Canadian Graduate Scholarships : Johanna Lewis was awarded $17,500  and Ruth Tait has been awarded $5800. Way to go!
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarships - IS student Heather Bergen was awarded $15,000.
  • SSHRC Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement: Kaspar Saxena was awarded $6,000.

2013

  • SSHRC Masters Award: Kaspar Saxena was awarded $17,500.
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarships: Alexandra Busgang was awarded $15,000.

2012

  • Ontario Graduate Scholarships: Sue Patrick Breit was awarded $15,000.

2011

  • SSHRC: Sue Patrick Breit was awarded a $17,500 award
  • Canadian Graduate Scholarships:  Luke Kernan was awarded $5800 .
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarships: Tae Ho Han  was awarded  $15,000 and Sara Shadkami was awarded $10,000.

2010

  • Ontario Graduate Scholarships : Denise Scott was awarded  $15,000.

2009

  • SSHRC : Denise Scott was awarded $17,500.
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarships: Kali Anderson was awarded $15,000.

2008

  • SSHRC: Kali Anderson, Annette Blum and Katharine McDonald were each awarded $17,500. Not too shabby!

2007

  • SSHRC: Peter Trainor and Amy Wanounau were each awarded a $17,500 award.

 

Here is a summary of the research funding (that we know of ) that has been awarded to our IS students in the recent past.

 

External Scholarships

 

York Scholarships/Awards

Interdisciplinary Studies 2006/07 $90,833 $73,903
2007/08 $55,833 $112,254
2008/09 $81,666 $62,335
2009/10 $80,000 $60,030
2010/11 $31,667 $50,008
2011/12 $48,333 $124,170
2012/13 $15,000 $105,831
2013/14 $38,500 $179,854
2014/15 $21,666 $108,386