Jennifer Robinson Memorial Scholarship
Awarded by Arctic Institute of North America (AINA)
To award a graduate who best exemplifies the qualities of scholarship that the late Jennifer Robinson brought to her studies at the Kluane Lake Research Station. The scholarship committee looks for evidence of Northern relevance and a commitment to field orientated research.
The winning applicant will be notified by the selection committee in February. Information is also available on our website external link
Applicants should contact the organization for eligibility details and guidelines.
1 year, with the possibility of renewal
There is no application form. Applicants must submit a brief description, of 2–3 pages, of the proposed research, including a clear hypothesis, relevance, title and statement of the purpose of the research, the area and type of study, and the methodology and plan for the evaluation of findings. Any collaborative relationship or work should be briefly identified. Three academic reference letters, a complete curriculum vitae with copies and a separate sheet of paper listing current sources and amounts of research funding including scholarships, grants and bursaries should also be submitted. Applicants are requested to include their email address, if they have one, upon submitting applications.
Created in 1945, the Arctic Institute of North America (AINA) is a non-profit membership organization and a multidisciplinary research institute for the University of Calgary.