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Kalmen Kaplansky Scholarship


Scholarship Value: $1,000
Awards Available: 1

This scholarship was established in 1998 by the Douglas-Coldwell Foundation in honour of the lifetime achievement of Dr. Kalmen Kaplansky, labour and human rights advocate, in the field of economic and social rights. Awarded annually to a graduate student researching economic and social rights in a School or Department in the Faculty of Public Affairs and Management at Carleton University, the scholarship is valued at $1,000. A detailed letter of application for the award should be made by February 1 to the Dean of Public Affairs and Management, who will select the recipient on the advice of a three-person faculty advisory committee.


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