First scholarship competition of the Sentinel North Research Chair on Relations with Inuit Societies
Published on 10 Oct 2018
The Sentinel North Research Chair on Relations with Inuit Societies is happy to launch the first scholarship competition for students of the 2nd and 3rd cycles. The submitted projects should be in line with the Chair's objectives.
- Master Studies Scholarship - $8,000
- Doctoral Studies Scholarship - $10,000
- Doctoral Support Scholarship - $10,000/year (4 years)
For all details or to submit a proposal, please visit the Chair's website (the site is in French but the scholarships forms are available in English).
The competition ends on October 25, 17:00.
The Sentinel North Research Chair on Relations with Inuit Societies has a mission to help develop harmonious social relations with Inuit societies. Its activities aim to produce new knowledge on relations between Inuit and non-Inuit and on the transformation of these relations in recent decades. It strengthens the excellence of Université Laval in northern research by enabling it to play a central role in the process of reconciliation with the Inuit. The Chair has been made possible by Sentinel North funding.