Scholarship Mentorship Program

Current CSB student members who are applying for Tri-Council funding (NSERC, CIHR) have the opportunity to be matched with a past successful PhD award recipient of the respective funding agency.

Current CSB student members (PhD or Post-Doc) who hold funding will provide advice and feedback on new student applications.

We are currently looking for students applying for NSERC or CIHR funding, and PhD/Post-doc mentors for this program.

Forms for new or existing mentors or mentees are provided below:

Please send completed forms, or requests for information, to: csbscbstudent@gmail.com

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Student Travel Award/Grant

Student members of CSB/SCB are eligible for a student travel award/grant. Two awards in the amount of up to $3000.00 each are available to be given out annually.

For more information please go to the Awards page.

 

Additional Travel Grants

CSB Student Conference Travel Grants: The CSB will award up to 20 travel grants to help cover the expenses related to the Congress. Each grant will be valued at up to $300 CAN and information will be available in each conference year.

For more information see the Awards page.

The Force and Motion Foundation Student Travel Grants

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AMTI would also like to support CSB members pursuing biomechanics research. The Force and Motion Foundation is a non-profit organization fully funded by AMTI, to support students in fields related to multi-axis force measurement and testing.

Thesis Corner

Check out the MASc. Thesis by CSB Student member Brock Laschowski. "Biomechanical Modelling of Paralympic Wheelchair Curling. "

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