Dorothy J Killam Memorial Graduate Prizes
The Dorothy J Killam Memorial Graduate Prizes were created in the fall of 2002 to honor the memory of Dorothy J Killam.
Prizes are awarded annually to the most outstanding Killam Memorial Scholarship recipients in the annual scholarship competition.
The recipients are selected based on academic achievement, a research proposal, letters of recommendation, and leadership qualities. Recipients receive a cash prize of $2,500 and a certificate acknowledging their award.
There is no application form; recipients are selected by the Graduate Scholarship Committee during the Killam, Dissertation, and Andrew Stewart Awards Competition final selection meeting.
Dorothy J Killam Memorial Graduate Prize Recipients
To be announced Fall 2013
Auger-Méthé, Marie: Department of Biological Sciences
Topic of Research: Ecology
Dasog, Mita: Department of Chemistry
Topic of Research: Syntheses and Opto-Electronic Applications of Doped Silicon Nanomaterials
Mason, Derritt: Department of English and Film Studies
Topic of Research: Queer Theory, Queer Youth, Children’s & Young Adult Literature
O'Rourke, Hannah: Faculty of Nursing
Topic of Research: Developing and testing a model of quality of life for residents with dementia in long-term care