PhiLab “Scientific and Philanthropic Engagement” Student Award

Scientific and Philanthropic Engagement

Award: 3000$
Available grants: 1
Application deadline: December 1st, 2021

Annual award in honor of Diane Alalouf-Hall‘s performance and engagement during her university career, her research as well as her involvement and dedication to the implementation and development of the Canadian Philanthropy Partnership Research Network (PhiLab).


  • Highlight the excellence of a research project relating to the nonprofit sector
  • Highlight the impact of a research project within the sector with a strong social impact on the Canadian or international level
  • Encouraging the pursuit of a career in engaged research
Eligibility Requirements
  • Must be enrolled in a Canadian University – Bachelor’s, Master’s or Ph.D. – and reside in Canada
  • The targeted programs are in the Social Sciences and Humanities : Anthropology, Sociology, Social Work, Social Economics, Ecology, etc.
  • The applicant’s research project must fit under the theme of “Transformation for a more just society”
  • Language: French or English with a summary available in both languages
Submission procedure
  • Complete the application form
  • Provide a cover letter
  • Professors and organizations can also nominate candidates
  • The applications will be treated by a Selection Committee composed of: a researcher, a student representative and a representative of the Canadian or Quebecois philanthropic sector
Evaluation criteria
  • The academic paper submitted by the applicant
  • The societal impact of the research project;
  • The involvement in PhiLab’s research activities: articles, blogs, participation in conferences, network management activities, etc.
Selection committee

For the first year, the members of the committee are:

  • Diane Alalouf-Hall, Ph.D. student in Sociology, UQAM, PhiLab-Quebec Hub
  • Nancy Pole, Co-spire Consulting, PhiLab-Canada
  • Jean-Marc Fontan, researcher, UQAM, PhiLab-Canada

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