Rick "Tiger" Williams Summer Studentship in Brain Injury Research

This award was established in memory of Rick "Tiger" Williams who through his life and love of hockey had a tremendous heart and personality and an indelible impact on the family and friends he encountered.  This summer studentship will help train the future leaders in brain and mental health research at the Hotchkiss Brain Institute at the University of Calgary.

Donors: Friends of Rick "Tiger" Williams Trust  

Eligibility: Open to students registered full-time in the BSc Neuroscience undergraduate program at the University of Calgary. Offered  annually to summer students pursuing brain and/or mental health research at the University of Calgary under the supervision  of a full-time faculty member (professional track).

Value: The stipend is $1,500 per month to a maximum of $6,000 per student per year (includes support from supervisor)

The award is tenable for a minimum of 3 months, and a maximum of 4 months during the period of May to August.

Number of awards available: One

Where Tenable: University of Calgary

Citizenship: Unrestricted

Selection: Awards will be adjudicated by a subcommittee of the HBI Education Committee.

Apply: BSc Neuroscience candidates must apply using the Neuroscience Summer Research Scholarship application found at the BSc Neuroscience Summer Studentships page.

Deadline: March 1