Kent Haworth Archival Research Fellowship

Overview

The Kent Haworth Archival Research Fellowship at York University is designed to honour Kent MacLean Haworth (1946-2003) who was a tireless, internationally respected champion of archives and a superbly capable gatherer of Canadian material for the York University Archives. This endowed fellowship will enable students to make use of archival holdings at York University in aid of a doctoral dissertation project. This fellowship is available to full-time doctoral students in any discipline who are at the dissertation stage of his/her program and who wish to make use of the holdings of the Archives of York University in aid of his/her research. The recipient need not be a York University student. Conditions of the fellowship are as follows: 1. Research must be undertaken in the York University Archives within 12 months of the awarding of the fellowship; 2. The Fellowship will be acknowledged in the appropriate section of the dissertation; 3. The Fellowship will be acknowledged in publications emanating from research accomplished through the Haworth Fellowship. Copies of these publications will be forwarded to the York University Archivist; and 4. A report will be filed with the University Archivist within two months of the completion of the dissertation.

Value and Duration

  • One award of $1,365
    • The value and number of award(s) in any given year will depend on the rate of distribution from the endowment fund and the number of recipients selected
  • Non-renewable

Eligibility

  • Doctoral
  • Domestic and international students are both eligible
  • Selection criteria includes:
    • Research must be undertaken in the York University Archives within 12 months of the awarding of the fellowship
    • The Fellowship must be acknowledged in the appropriate section of the dissertation
    • The Fellowship must be acknowledged in publications emanating from research accomplished through the Haworth Fellowship. Copies of these publications will be forwarded to the York University Archivist, and,
    • A report will be filed with the University Archivist within two months of the completion of the dissertation

Documentation

  • Application form (.docx)
  • A description of the research proposal
  • A statement indicating what materials in the Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections will be used along with how the materials will be used
  • A budget of estimated expenditures
  • Confidential letter of support from the dissertation supervisor
  • Official Graduate transcripts, and,
  • CV

Deadlines

How to Apply

Contact

  • Scholarship Coordinator
    230 York Lanes
    Faculty of Graduate Studies
    (416) 736-2100 ext. 33954
    fgssac@yorku.ca