The results of NSERC's 2014 Scholarships and Fellowships competition follow. The list is not indexed, so your search depends on the searching capabilities of your Web browser.
Note that these results reflect the NSERC Postgraduate Scholarships-Doctoral (PGS D), Canada Graduate Scholarships-Doctoral (CGS D) and Postdoctoral Fellowships (PDF) in the natural sciences and engineering that were offered in March 2014, for tenure in 2014-15. Since these awards can be accepted or declined as late as January 2015, the actual number of awards accepted fluctuates. In 2011, NSERC discontinued its past practice of offering more awards than its budget allowed, in anticipation that some awards would be declined. Instead, NSERC offered the exact number of awards provided for in the CGS, PGS and PDF budgets in March, then offered additional awards in June once the number of declined offers was known. NSERC does not post updates to these results, but this information can be found through NSERCís Awards Database.
The list of names is ordered according to the type of award offered:
Canada Graduate Scholarships are offered to the top-ranked PGS D applicants, as recommended by NSERCís scholarships and fellowships selection committees. Should any of the initial CGS D offers be declined, NSERC will offer a CGS D to the next most highly ranked applicant awarded a PGS D in the same program and discipline grouping. A list of 2014-2015 CGS D holders will be posted on this Web site when all the available awards have been taken up.
Since NSERC must adhere to the provisions of the Privacy Act regarding personal information, only basic award information is provided: name of successful applicant, university and department at time of application, area of proposed research, and the proposed location of tenure.
The proposed location of tenure appears as ? (unknown) if this information is not available for any reason (e.g., the applicant did not provide it on the application or specified two or more choices). CGS D awards are only tenable in a Canadian university; if an applicant wishes to study abroad, the CGS D must be declined.
Note: The annual award values of these awards are indicated below. The numbers of eligible applications evaluated by the NSERC selection committees in this year's competition were:
|Awards by category||Total applications||Number of awards offered||Annual award values|
|PGS D/CGS D||1686||PGS D||380||$21,000|
Note: Only Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada are eligible for these awards.