Burstow Scholarship for Studies in Activism from the Margins – deadline May 10

Established with the support of the late Professor Bonnie Burstow and other donors, this scholarship is awarded based on academic merit to registered graduate students working on a thesis focused on activism by populations traditionally thought of as mad, or which would once have been so conceptualized. The research must be in the field of radical mad perspectives or mad studies, which may include trans-disciplinary mad studies focused on non-medicalized approaches to madness in relation to disability, history, gender, sexuality, age, culture, normalcy, and other intersections.

The School of Graduate Studies awards approximately eight $15,000 scholarships each year.

Student deadline to apply to SGS: May 10

Visit the SGS website to learn more.

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