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Graduate Student Awards

Graduate students affiliated with the Centre for Research in Occupational Safety and Health are encouraged to apply for award scholarships. A complete list of available awards, application details, and eligibility requirements are emailed to all active CROSH Graduate Student members each year, by the end of August.

View our Student Award Process
Download 2020/2021 CROSH Awards Instructions
Download Appendix A
Download Appendix B

Student Conference/”Travel” Awards

Students affiliated with CROSH are encouraged to apply for conference/”travel” award funding. Students can receive up to $500 to assist with costs associated to presenting at a conference abroad. Eligibility criteria and the request form can be found below.

Eligibility Criteria
Request Form

2019-2020 Award Winners

  • UA Local 800 Graduate Fellowship Award ($5000): Oghenefego Akpomi-Eferakeya

  • William Shaver Masters in Mining Occupational Health and Safety ($5000): Chelsea Sherrington

  • William Shaver Doctoral in Mining Occupational Health and Safety ($5000): Caroline Dignard

  • Goodman School of Mines – Masters in Human Kinetics Award ($2500): Josée Bélanger

  • CROSH Occupational Health and Wellness (OHW) Fellowship ($3000): Kimberly Friesen

  • CROSH Occupational Health and Wellness (OHW) Entrance Scholarship ($3000): Nazanin Gholami

  • CROSH Occupational Physiology and Environment (OPE) Fellowship ($3000): Curtis Hancock

  • CROSH Occupational Physiology and Environment (OPE) Entrance Scholarship ($3000): Samuel Daoust

  • CROSH Human Factors Ergonomics (HFE) Fellowship ($3000): Margaret Kanya-Forstner

  • CROSH Human Factors Ergonomics (HFE) Entrance Scholarship ($3000): Josée Bélanger

  • Dr. Fergal Nolan Radiation Safety Institute of Canada Graduate Award ($5000): Sherry Mongeau

  • United Steelworkers Graduate Scholarship ($1000): Beau Williams-Orser

  • United Steelworkers Undergraduate Scholarship ($1000): Sara Gauthier

2018-2019 Award Winners

  • UA Local 800 ($5000): Désirée Quenneville

  • William Shaver Masters in Mining Occupational Health and Safety ($5000): Chelsea Villeneuve

  • William Shaver Doctoral in Mining Occupational Health and Safety ($5000): Caroline Dignard

  • Goodman School of Mines – Masters in Human Kinetics Award ($2500): Chelsea Sherrington

  • Ontario Nurses Association ($2000): Amy Doan

  • Dr. Fergal Nolan Radiation Safety Award ($5000): Katie Goggins

  • CROSH Fellowship ($1000): Margaret Kanya-Forstner

  • MEGA Comfort Award ($500 each): Sherry Mongeau; Beau Williams-Orser

  • United Steelworkers Award ($2000): Nicholas Beckett-Brown

  • CROSH OHW Scholarship ($2000 each): Alexie Dennie; Danielle Aubin; Caroline Dignard

  • CROSH OHW Award ($1000 each): Sherry Mongeau; Chelsea Villeneuve; Désirée Quenneville; Anik Dennie

2017-2018 Award Winners

  • UA Local 800 ($5000): Lisa Schutt

  • William Shaver Masters in Mining Occupational Health and Safety ($5000): Corey Bouwmeester

  • William Shaver Doctoral in Mining Occupational Health and Safety ($5000): Caroline Dignard

  • Goodman School of Mines – Masters in Human Kinetics ($5000): Alexie Dennie

  • Ontario Nurses Association ($2500): Amy Doan

  • Dr. Fergal Nolan Radiation Safety Award ($5000): Hongbin Zhang

  • CROSH Fellowship ($2500): Kelsey Whelan

  • CROSH Excellence ($2500): Mallorie Leduc

  • CROSH Fellowship ($1500): Amber Tooley

  • United Steelworkers ($1000 each): Alyssa Brunton; Désirée Quenneville

2016-2017 Award Winners

  • UA Local 800 ($5000): Brandon Vance

  • William Shaver Masters in Mining Occupational Health and Safety ($5000): Emily Tetzlaf

  • Goodman School of Mines – Masters in Human Kinetics Award ($5000): Corey Bouwmeester

  • Goodman School of Mines – INRH ($10,000): Caroline Dignard

  • CROSH Fellowship ($2500 each): Jordan Nixon; Mallorie Leduc; Alyssa Brunton; Justin Konrad

  • CROSH Award ($1500): Katie Goggins

  • Association of Canadian Ergonomists (ACE) Award ($500): Brandon Vance

  • Sudbury Mine Mill Smelter Local 598/Unifor ($2500): Kelsey Whelan