The Shelley Saunders/ Koloshuk Family Scholarship
The Shelley Saunders / Koloshuk Family scholarship supports biological anthropology PhD students for 4 years of study with a minimum of $35,000/year (international students) and up to $25,000/year (domestic students). Apply to our PhD program and you will be automatically considered. There are funds available to assist with lab and fieldwork.
Submission deadlines are due mid-January of every year. Funds are limited and the scholarship is a highly competitive award.
If you are interested in applying, contact one of the faculty members you are interested in working with. General enquiries can be sent to email@example.com.
Find more information about anthropology at McMaster University here.
Finding a supervisor: In our graduate programs we emphasize a close match of interests between students and faculty supervisors. Visit our anthropology.mcmaster.ca/people to review the research interests of our biological anthropologists:
• Dr. Megan Brickley
• Dr. Tina Moffat
• Dr. Hendrik Poinar
• Dr. Tracy Prowse
For PhD students in Biological Anthropology working with faculty in the Department of Anthropology
The Department of Anthropology has several labs with state-of-the-art equipment that graduate students have access to:
• The Laboratory for Integrated Bioarchaeological Research in Health, Diet, Disease, and Migration (Bioarch-HDDM). This facility is composed of four integrated laboratory spaces:
• The Bioarcheology Analytical Suite
• The Microscopy Suite
• The Isotope Sample Preparation Suite
• The Brickley Bioarcheology Lab
• The McMaster Ancient DNA Centre