For the second year in the row, a University of Guelph young researcher has been awarded the Science Policy of Excellence – Youth Category by the Canadian Science Policy Centre.
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!
If glass ceilings are a metaphor for a barrier that prevents a marginalized group from advancing, then Dr. Mary Anne Chambers is a diamond – a material that cuts through glass with alacrity.
In 1988, Dr. Chambers shattered many of the glass ceilings that had long been in place in Canadian business by becoming a vice-president for Scotiabank. She was young – only 38 years old – she was a mother of two, she was Black and she was an immigrant, but none of that held her back.