The Interdisciplinary Work Research Team Health-Gender-Equality (SAGE) conducts innovative work aimed at reducing social and gender inequalities in occupational health. This competition offers 5 scholarships: 1 scholarship of $500 for undergraduate studies; 2 scholarships of $2,000 for graduate studies (master’s level) and 2 scholarships of $3,000 for graduate studies (PhD level).
To be eligible, applicants must:
- Hold undergraduate, graduate or postdoctoral student status in a Quebec university in one of the following occupational health fields: ergonomics, law, industrial relations, economics, communication, psychology, epidemiology, human resources management.
- Excellence of the academic (GPA above 3.0/4.3) and research record (having published a scientific article or having previously presented at a peer-reviewed conference) if applicable.
- Be involved in the work of at least one regular member of the SAGE research team.
- Demonstrate a significant interest in pursuing graduate studies and a strong interest in one of the team's research areas.
- Specify your university and program of choice for the master's degree.
Graduate studies (Master's, PhD and postdoctoral fellowship):
- Co-supervision of the project submitted, by two researchers from the SAGE team
- Demonstrate how your project fits into one of the team's three research areas.
*Note : Priority will be given to students who have never received a SAGE scholarship.
To participate, follow the nomination process in the attached announcement and send the completed forms and necessary documents to the attention of Jessica Riel at email@example.com before February 28, 2020 at 11:59 pm.
Supporting documents include the undergraduate nomination form for undergraduates; for graduate students, the graduate nomination form, the recommendation form and the detailed scholarship announcement.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.