Telfer graduate students are a vital part of our research success story. Since the creation of research-based master’s programs in 2006–2007 and the doctoral program in 2016–2017, our graduate students have had remarkable success in securing research scholarships and awards. We prepare graduate students to become the next generation of thought leaders. They will build the knowledge-based society that a better Canada needs to thrive.
Impact Investing: Benefits for Private Foundations and their Philanthropic Missions
University and Industry Collaborate to Improve Sales Development Performance
Managing Conflicts in Family Businesses
Joseph-Armand BombaRdier CGS Doctoral Scholarship
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarships CGS Master’s Awards
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
HEALTH SYSTEM IMPACT FELLOWSHIP
ONTARIO GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS
- Léa Dugal
- Anna Fedotova
- Amirhosein Moosavi
- Nina Nesdoly
- Andrew Scarffe
Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship in Science and Technology
- Karim Sultan
- Bradley Joseph Conlin
Telfer School of Management Research Awards
Each year we acknowledge outstanding student accomplishments with two graduate student research awards, the PhD Engagement Award and the John Duncan and Deb Cross Award.
PhD Engagement Award
Alexander Chung received the 2019–2020 PhD Engagement Award for his continued commitment to the PhD program and many other school endeavours.
John Duncan and Deb Cross Award
Hong Qiu won first prize for her article entitled “Managing Family-Related Conflicts in Family Businesses: A Review and Research Agenda,” published in the prestigious Family Business Review.
Alison Coates won second prize for her article “Sustaining Rural Access to Emergency Care through Collaborative Emergency Centres in Nova Scotia,” published in Health Reform Observer.
Learn more about the recipients of the PhD Engagement Award and the John Duncan and Deb Cross Award.
2019 National Capital Region Thesis Competition
On September 25, management MSc and PhD students from the Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO), the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University and the Telfer School of Management had the opportunity to present their research at the “Two Cities, Curious Minds: Graduate Research at Three Universities National Capital Region Thesis Competition and Poster Session.” Here are the prize winners:
- First prize: Marwa Soliman (Telfer) — $2,000
- Second prize: Vusal Babashov (Telfer) — $1,500
- First prize: Afshin Kamyabiniya (Telfer) — $500