Fellowships and Grants
2009-2010 Dr. Edward Hildebrand Fellowship for Canadian Studies at UCLA
About the Program:
Established in 2001, the Canadian Studies Program at UCLA fosters a better understanding of Canadian society and its relationship with the United States.
The program’s ambition is to train a new breed of policy-makers knowledgeable about Canadian society and well-versed in Canada-U.S. relations and affairs. With their Canadian counterparts, these young professionals will make wise and thoughtful decisions for the sustainable and long-term development and well-being of the North American Community, whether these relate to our security, public health, the environment, or economic relations. The Edward Hildebrand Fellowship was made possible by an endowed gift of $500,000 from the estate of Dr. Edward Hildebrand to support graduate students pursuing a course of studies related to Canadian Studies.
Public Policy, Urban Planning, Social Welfare
All students enrolled in UCLA School of Public Affairs. Priority will be given to entering students.
No citizenship requirements.
Must conduct research related to Canada, or Canada-U.S. relations/interests.
Open to a variety of fields including/ but not limited to: environment, economic development, immigration, trade, security, border, defense, transportation, cultural policy, health care, welfare system, ethnic minorities, North American integration.
Deadline for Submissions:
Thursday, January 15, 2009
Awards are $2,500 to $5,000.
Documents to be submitted to the Department:
Interested applicants need to apply to their departments first, the departments will then recommend applicants for consideration by a schoolwide evaluation committee.
Interested applicants should submit the following documents to their department’s admissions officer:
- a one-page statement about his/her proposed (or current) research project on Canada, or Canada-US relations. This work must have a compelling policy application.
- a current unofficial transcript (for continuing students) / or GRE scores ( for entering students)
- Copies of letters of support
(for entering students: the same letters of recommendation that were submitted with their applications; for continuing students: a letter of support from the student’s faculty advisor or graduate student advisor)
- a curriculum vitae/resume
Please submit your application with the required documents to your department admissions officgraduate advisor:
- Maciek Kolodziejczak (Public Policy): email@example.com
- Lance Fooks (Social Welfare): firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jennifer Crowe (Urban Planning): JCrowe@spa.ucla.edu
Published: Thursday, January 15, 2009