Fellowship Programs

Fellowship Programs

The Garth Wilson Fellowship in Public History

Offered by Carleton University's Department of History and Ingenium to a Carleton University graduate student, provides an opportunity to participate in public history projects at a national museum, gain valuable work experience, and have unique access to collections.
Value: $2,500

For more information on the Garth Wilson Fellowship in Public History, please visit the Carleton University link
at: https://carleton.ca/history/cu-faq/fellowships/

Or contact: IRI@IngeniumCanada.org

Read more about the research of previous fellowship students:
 


Ingenium ̶ University of Ottawa Fellowship in Gender, Science, and Technology

Offered to a graduate University of Ottawa student, provides an opportunity to participate in public history projects related to gender, science and technology at a national museum, gain valuable heritage and curatorial work experience, and have unique access to collections.
Value: $5,000

For more information on the Ingenium-University of Ottawa Fellowship in Gender, Science, and Technology, please visit the University Ottawa link at: https://research.uottawa.ca/centre-research-opportunities/ingenium-fellowship

Or contact: IRI@IngeniumCanada.org

Read more about the research of previous fellowship students:


McGill Fellowship in the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology

Offered to a McGill PhD student, provides an opportunity to study the history of STEM related fields through hands-on access to technological artifacts in Ingenium’s collections and under the guidance of Ingenium Curatorial staff.
Value: $7,500

For more information on the McGill Fellowship in the History of Science, Medicine, and technology, please visit the McGill University link at: https://www.mcgill.ca/history/graduate/phd/funding

Or contact: IRI@IngeniumCanada.org

Read more about the research of previous fellowship students: