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Mehta-Jenner Climate Change Mitigation Graduate Scholarship Application

Two awards valued at $10,000 each annually, awarded to full-time women graduate students registered in a research-based master’s program in the Faculty of Mathematics.

Selection will be based on a demonstrated passion for the environment and climate change.

Adarsh Mehta (BMath ’98) and Jeffrey Jenner (BMath ’84) established this scholarship to support and celebrate graduate students who share their passion for the environment and the effects of climate change. They are inspired to support research on climate change that will benefit communities, positively impacting the planet.

Application deadline: May 1, 2020

Questions

Contact Math Graduate Studies Office if you have questions about specific award requirements, completing the form, or award decisions.

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In the area below, please share with us why are you passionate about your area of study and what have you done to pursue your passion. (Maximum of 250 words)
In the area below, please explain what you are hoping to achieve with your current research at the University of Waterloo. (Maximum of 250 words)
In the area below, please explain what you see yourself doing in five years after you have completed your current program of studies and research. (Maximum of 250 words)
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