Applications are now being accepted for the 2020-2021 Ontario Woman’s Health Scholars Award competition.

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3 Master’s – $25,000 plus $1,000 research allowance (for one year)

3 Doctoral – $35,000 plus $2,000 research allowance (renewable)

2 Postdoctoral – $50,000 plus $5,000 research allowance (for one year)

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Purpose

The Ontario Women’s Health Scholars Awards Program is administered by the Council of Ontario Universities (COU) and was established with the support of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to ensure that Ontario attracts and retains pre-eminent women’s health scholars. The Ontario Women’s Health Scholars Awards Program aims to establish a research community that meets or exceeds internationally accepted standards of scientific excellence in its creation of new knowledge about women’s health and its translation into improved health for women, more effective health services and products for women, and a strengthened health care system.

Eligibility to Apply

  • To be eligible for an Ontario Women’s Health Scholars award, an applicant must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada as of January 31, 2020.
  • To be eligible for a http://abloombangkok.com/amenity/bathtub-2/?lang=zh-hans master’s or doctoral award, applicants must be registered full-time in a master’s or doctoral graduate program at an Ontario university at the time of taking up the award (i.e., fall 2020), and must remain registered full-time throughout the entire duration of the award. Master’s students remain eligible to the end of their sixth term of full-time study, and doctoral students to the end of their 15th term of full-time study.
  • To be eligible for a Non Prescription Tramadol Online postdoctoral award, applicants must be engaged in full-time research at an Ontario university at the time of taking up the award (i.e., September 1, 2020), and must have completed all requirements for the doctoral degree by May 31, 2020 and normally no earlier than January 31, 2017. In cases where an applicant completed all requirements for a doctoral degree before this date, an explanation (e.g., childrearing responsibilities after graduation) must accompany the application for the delay in application.
  • While holding an Ontario Women’s Health Scholars Award, a recipient is precluded from holding any other award with a value of more than $20,000 for the same academic year (subject to the university’s own policies).
  • Publications of any kind, written or oral, related to the research undertaken by a recipient while holding an Ontario Women’s Scholars Award shall acknowledge the support of the work from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care with the following notation:

“The Ontario Women’s Health Scholars Award is funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care”.

This acknowledgement shall precede all similar acknowledgements of financial support for the work of equal or lesser amounts, and shall also indicate that the views expressed in the publication are the views of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.

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All applicants must be sponsored and endorsed by the Dean of Graduate Studies at the Ontario university at which they are undertaking graduate study or postdoctoral research http://kalleshicenter.com/wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron=1574346745.0462338924407958984375 (Applicants do not need to obtain the Dean’s signature or endorsement when submitting the application. The Graduate Awards Office http://rawrevive.com/chocolate-pumpkin-energy-bars/ at SGS will provide this endorsement to those applications selected by SGS to put forth to COU follow ).

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  1. The completed application form from the COU website;
  2. A curriculum vitae – no page restrictions (must include information concerning the eligibility criteria);
  3. A statement of research written by the candidate (maximum 1,000 words);
  4. A non-technical summary written by the candidate (maximum 500 words, one additional page is allowed for diagrams, bibliography, etc.);

An application for a source master’s or a http://afas.org.au/wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron=1574351528.9258561134338378906250 doctoral award must also include

  • The applicant’s undergraduate and (if appropriate) graduate transcripts, which may be either
    • Official transcripts sent directly by the Registrar’s office of the issuing university, or
    • Copies verified and certified as accurate by the Registrar’s office of the nominating university; and
  • Confidential letters of appraisal of the applicant from two assessors ***

An application for a postdoctoral award must also include

  • A brief summary of the doctoral thesis of no more than 300 words; and
  • Confidential letters of appraisals of the applicant from four assessors***.
  • Mandatory arm’s length assessors: Postdoctoral applications must have two arm’s length assessors from among the four assessors. The arm’s length assessors cannot be:
    • a relative or close friend, or have a personal relationship with the applicant;
    • in a position to benefit from the funding of the application;
    • affiliated with the applicant’s current and/or proposed institutions;
    • professionally affiliated with the applicant, as a result of (but not limited to): being their supervisor or trainee; collaborating, publishing or sharing funding with the applicant, or having plans to do so in the immediate future.

***The letters of appraisal should focus on an evaluation of the applicant’s research to date, and the research the applicant proposes to undertake during the graduate or postdoctoral period, paying particular attention to the criteria for selection described below. Assessor should also provide a short description of the relationship, if any, with the applicant.

The applicant must ask for the appraisals to be emailed directly from the referee to awards.dlsph@utoronto.ca by the deadline. The subject line of the referee email should say “2020-2021 Ontario Woman’s Health Scholars Award_Name of the Applicant

Renewals

Current OWHS Doctoral Award holders may apply for a renewal of the award for 2020-21.  Applicants should visit the COU website for information regarding their eligibility for renewing their award and the renewal application form. Renewal application packages and letters of appraisal may be submitted directly to SGS at p.papathanasakis@utoronto.ca by December 2, 2019 for endorsement. Note that renewals are competitive and also based upon available funding.

Evaluation Criteria

Applicants for master’s and doctoral awards will be assessed on their talent, the excellence of their work, the vision that they bring to their endeavours, and the impact that the committee expects to result from the applicant’s work, as indicated by:

  • The program of study and research and its potential contribution to the advancement of knowledge about women’s health;
  • Past academic results, demonstrated by transcripts, awards and distinctions;
  • Relevant professional and academic experience, including research training, as evidenced by papers presented at conferences and the applicant’s publication record;
  • Written letters of appraisal; and
  • The appropriateness of the choice of institution and supervising investigator.

Applicants for postdoctoral awards will be assessed on their talent, the excellence of their work, the vision that they bring to their endeavours, and the impact that they foresee resulting from their work, as indicated by:

  • The program of study and research and its potential contribution to the advancement of knowledge about women’s health;
  • The degree of originality and expected contribution to the advancement of knowledge about women’s health;
  • Significance of the research for women’s health, understood to encompass scholarly or intellectual significance as well as social and cultural significance;
  • The suitability of theoretical perspectives;
  • The appropriateness and expected effectiveness of the research strategies or methodologies;
  • The suitability and expected effectiveness of plans to communicate research results both within, and, as appropriate, beyond, the academic community;
  • Where appropriate, the nature and extent of research training;
  • Written letters of appraisal; and
  • The appropriateness of the choice of institution and supervising investigator.

 Results

The SGS Graduate Awards Office will notify those forwarded to SGS the University competition results in late January. The Council of Ontario Universities will announce the Ontario competition results in April 2020.