Michel Prévost Bursary in Regional Studies (712240302615)
TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR A NON-ENDOWED FUND
NAME OF NON-ENDOWED FUND
The National Capital Region, the Outaouais and Eastern Ontario share a rich heritage and a fascinating history, but unfortunately, this history does not enjoy the visibility it deserves. Michel Prévost chose Caledonia Springs, the most celebrated hot springs in Canada, as the topic of his French-language master’s thesis in history. Given that his topic inspired two books and various seminars and documentaries, Prévost has decided to give back and support a student studying in French at the University of Ottawa. The recipient’s work will raise awareness of a new aspect of our region’s history, heritage, geography, etc. Through this bursary, Michel Prévost hopes to increase appreciation for regional studies among the student population and raise its profile within the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ottawa.
PURPOSE OF FUND
To grant a bursary to a master’s or doctoral student who is studying in French and who intends to conduct research that focuses on the study of the National Capital Region, the Outaouais, and Eastern Ontario. The work must be written in French and may be submitted as a thesis or as a research paper.
The applicant must:
- be about to complete the first year of a master’s or doctoral program at the Faculty of Arts or the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Ottawa;
- study in French; and
3. submit a research project proposal in French that focuses on the study of the National Capital Region, the Outaouais, and Eastern Ontario. The work must be written in French and may be submitted as a thesis or as a research paper.
Value of the award: $10,000 ($5,000 at the time of awarding, and $5,000 at the time of graduation)
Number of awards: One
Frequency of the award: Annual
Level or program of study: Master’s and Doctoral
Application contact: Graduate Studies Office, Faculty of Arts
Application deadline: May 1
Note: The second instalment will be made on the condition that the recipient is recommended by their supervisor.
Applications must be made through Online Scholarships and Bursaries, which can be accessed through the uoZone portal, and should include:
1. a copy of the applicant’s transcript; and
2. a detailed summary (min. 2 pages) of the research project to be undertaken by the candidate.