Dorothy Killam Fellowship
How to Apply:
A Dorothy Killam Fellow is a leading researcher whose superior, ground-breaking, best-in-class research stands to have significant impact on a national or global scale. A Fellow is someone who also reflects some of the Killam attributes:
- Inclusive collaborator
- Barrier breaker
- Research leader
The Dorothy Killam Fellowships support scholars who:
- demonstrate commitment to building Canada’s future and alignment with Killam attributes
- are mid-career researchers who usually completed their PhD no more than 15 years prior, though special circumstances may result in applicants being more or less than 15 years post-PhD.
- are employed at a Canadian research institution.
Between 5 and 8 fellowships will be awarded annually. The fellowships are awarded to individuals, but the funds are paid to and administered by the Canadian university or research institute where the individual is employed.
Friday, June 16, 2023