New graduate entrance scholarship for Black and Indigenous scholars

Posted on Wednesday, November 18th, 2020

The College of Social and Applied Human Sciences (CSAHS) and the College of Arts (COA) announce a new graduate entrance scholarship for Black students and Indigenous students who demonstrate academic excellence and exemplary leadership. This scholarship will be available to applicants for admission to CSAHS and COA programs in Fall 2021.

This scholarship will enhance accessibility for students and marks an important step toward achieving a more diverse and inclusive graduate student community.

Stay tuned for more information!

Participating graduate programs in the College of Arts and the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences:

  • Art History and Visual Culture (MA)
  • Applied Nutrition (MAN)
  • Applied Human Nutrition (MSc/PhD)
  • Applied Social Psychology (MA/PhD)
  • Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (MA/PhD)
  • Conservation Leadership (MCL)
  • Couple and Family Therapy (MSc)
  • Creative Writing (MFA)
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy (MA)
  • Critical Studies in Improvisation (MA/PhD)
  • English (MA)
  • European Studies (MA)
  • Family Relations and Human Development (MSc/PhD)
  • French Studies (MA)
  • Geography (MA/MSc/PhD)
  • History (MA/PhD)
  • Industrial-Organizational Psychology (MA/PhD)
  • Latin America and Caribbean Studies (MA)
  • Literary Studies/Theatre Studies in English (PhD)
  • Neuroscience & Applied Cognitive Science (MSc/PhD)
  • Philosophy (MA/PhD)
  • Political Science (MA/PhD)
  • Public Issues Anthropology (MA)
  • Social Practice and Transformational Change (PhD)
  • Sociology (MA, PhD)
  • Studio Art (MFA)
  • Theatre Studies (MA)
  • Collaborative Specialization in Neuroscience
  • Collaborative Specialization in International Development Studies

Note for Collaborative Specialization students: To be eligible to receive the new entrance scholarship, students' home department must be in CSAHS or COA.

For more information, please contact:

Meredith Warner | Manager, Graduate Programs

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