Featured Giving Opportunities

Dean's Award in Graduate Studies
Dean's Award in Graduate Studies
Dean's Awards assist graduate students with research activities around the globe. Dean's Awards assist graduate students with research activit... (Learn More)
Dean's Awards assist graduate students with research activities around the globe. (Learn More)
Queen's University Ontario Graduate Scholarship Fund
Queen's University Ontario Graduate Scholarship Fund
Queen's University Ontario Graduate Scholarship awards support Master's and PhD graduate students at Queen's. Queen's University Ontario Graduate Scholarship awards suppo... (Learn More)
Queen's University Ontario Graduate Scholarship awards support Master's and PhD graduate students at Queen's. (Learn More)
the Graduate Leadership & Achievement Award
the Graduate Leadership & Achievement Award
the International Leadership Award
the International Leadership Award

Giving Opportunities

Funds

the Arts '49 Principal Wallace Fellowship
Established by members of the Class of Arts '49 and friends in memory of Dr. Robert Charles Wallace, former Principal of Queen's University. Awarded to a deserving student in a graduate program in Arts & Science, Policy Studies or Urban Planning.
the Donald Gow Founder's Medal
Established in 2002 in honour of Donald Gow, founder and first Director of the School of Policy Studies. Presented to a full- or part-time student graduating from the MPA program with the highest academic standing. Value: medal
the International Student Tuition Award
Awarded to an international graduate student enrolled in any Master's research-based or Doctoral program in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Centre for International and Defence Policy Fund
Established to support ongoing operations of the Centre for International and Defence Policy, such as, but not limited to Chairs, Professorships, operating budget, symposia, curriculum advancement, and research.
the Frank Collom Memorial Graduate Award
Established in honour of Prof. Frank Collom, awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students in the first year of the Master of Industrial Relations (MIR) program who has an undergraduate degree from Queen's. Preference given to a Commerce degree.
the David Elder Award in Global Public Policy
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence and demonstrated promise in the field of public service to funding eligible Master-level students enrolled in Master of Public Administration or Professional Master of Public Administration program.
the Huntley Macdonald Sinclair Travelling Scholarship
Financial support for doctoral students pursuing dissertation research abroad. Awards will be made on a competition basis annually.
the Institute of Intergovernmental Relations Fund
The fund will be used to support the ongoing operations and projects of the Institute of Intergovernmental Relations in the School of Policy Studies.
the International Leadership Award
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to international funding-eligible Master's or Ph.D. level students enrolled in any faculty or school in the Schoolf of Graduate Studies.
the J D Gibson Lecture Fund
Established by Mrs. Elizabeth Gibson to support a lecture featuring a speaker of international stature on a topic relevant to the mandate of the School of Policy Studies and related academic units.
the H Carl Goldenberg Scholarship in Industrial Relations
Established in memory of H. Carl Goldenberg. Awarded to a student with a record of strong academic achievement who is pursuing a Master of Industrial Relations degree with a focus upon industrial relations.
the Award for Graduate Students with Disabilities
Established by the Graduate Student Society and awarded on the recommendation of the Special Needs Coordinator.
the School of Graduate Studies Strategic Initiatives Awards Fund
The fund will be used at the discretion of the Vice-Provost and Dean (School of Graduate Studies) to create or enhance existing graduate research awards that support the annual strategic initiatives at Queen's University.
the Graduate Leadership and Achievement Award
Awarded for academic excellence to Master's or Ph.D. students in any graduate department or program with preference to Canadian citizens/permanent residents participating in exchanges, applied to go on exchange, or involved in multinational research.
the Reuben Wells Leonard Resident Fellowship
Established by Reuben Wells Leonard, a fellowship awarded annually in any field to a graduate of Queen's University who plans to carry on studies and research for a twelve-month period at Queen's University.
the Ida Mmari Memorial Award
Awarded to the student with the highest Grade Point Average who completes the Masters of Urban and Pegional Planning Report or Thesis within two years of commencement of the program.
the Matthews Faculty Fellowships in Global Public Policy
Established by Donald Matthews, BSc'50, to allow the School of Policy Studies to benefit from the appointment of world class professors, visiting fellows, post-doctoral fellows and practitioners to teach, lead research and share experiences with students.
the Grace L Boileau Graduate Award
Established by the estate of Grace L. Boileau, B.A. 1941. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to graduate students in any year of the Masters or Doctoral program at Queen's University.
the Arthur Child Graduate Fellowship in Public Policy
Established in memory of Dr. Arthur Child, B.Comm. 1931, LL.D. 1983, by the Arthur J.E. Child Foundation and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to graduate students in the Masters of Public Administration program.
the Ontario Graduate Scholarships Fund
Established to receive gifts made to the Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) program to contribute to OGS Awards supporting graduate students at Queen's University.
the OSOTF Industrial Relations Bursary
Established in October 2002 from donations and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the School of Industrial Relations.
the Robert Grant Fellowship in Industrial Relations
Established by Robert Grant, MIR '87. Awarded to a graduate student in the Master of Industrial Relations degree program at Queen's University on the basis of financial need and academic achievement.
the Policy Studies Excellence Fund
Established to support excellence in the School of Policy Studies on the part of faculty and students.
the S Mathwin Davis Memorial Award
Established in memory of S. Mathwin Davis, PhD'79, former Professor in the School of Policy Studies. Awarded on the basis of academic merit to a student interested in studying health policy and management, registered in a Masters of Public Administration
the SPS Publications Trust Fund
Established by the School of Policy Studies for individuals and organizations to contribute directly to the production of publications in the field of public policy and/or public affairs of national and international significance.
the Donald S Rickerd Fellowship in Canadian-American Studies
Established by the Donner Canadian Foundation and the William H. Donner Foundation in honour of Donald Rickerd BA'53, LLD'85, and subsequently supported by Mr. Rickerd, awarded to graduate students working on any aspect of Canadian-American Studies.
the Dean's Awards in Graduate Studies
Established for doctoral students pursuing dissertation research at a considerable distance from Queen's. Awards are available to Aboriginal students, African Canadian students and other Canadian visible minority students.
the CTV Canadian Opinion Research Archive
Established by CTV Television Network Ltd. to provide financial support for the improvement and management of the Archive, enabling the CORA to make the data more widely accessible to academics, journalists and documentary makers.
the R C Wallace Graduate Fellowship
Established by donations from Mr. Fred Moote, BA'49, and admirers of Principal Wallace. Awarded to a first-class MA or PhD student, accepted into or enrolled in the Faculty of Arts and Science, or Schools of Urban and Regional Planning, or Policy Studies.
the L.R. Wilson Public Service Internship Award
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible graduate students enrolled in the Master of Public Administration program who will be participating in the four-month cooperative education placement with a government agency or organization.
the Don Wood Fellowship in Industrial Relations
Established to honour Dr. W. Donald Wood, Director of the Industrial Relations Centre from 1960-85 and first Director of the School of Industrial Relations. Awarded to students in the Master of Industrial Relations program.
the Don Wood Visitorship Fund
Funds to bring distinguished individuals who have made an important contribution to industrial relations in Canada or in other countries to Queen's campus. Lecturers would normally be expected to be in residence for a period of one to four weeks.