Mitacs Globalink Research Award


Not accepting applications at this time


Permanent Resident

Degree Level


The Mitacs Globalink Research Award helps faculty members and students at Canadian universities build an international research network and undertake research abroad. The award provides $6,000 for senior undergraduate and graduate students to undertake 12- to 24-week research projects supervised by professors at accredited universities overseas. The award is open to all disciplines.


Profiles of Award Holders

Madison Elliott

Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology (PhD)
Understanding Limits and Behavior in Feature Based Visual Attention

Dana James

Doctor of Philosophy in Resources, Environment and Sustainability (PhD)
Enabling and Assessing the Transformative Potential of Agroecology
Sahand Sarbishei poses for a photo

Sahand Sarbishei

Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Engineering (PhD)
Sulfur deportment in ferronickel production via Rotary Kiln-Electric Furnace process

Alexa Tanner

Doctor of Philosophy in Resources, Environment and Sustainability (PhD)
Natural hazard risk in context: Examining contextual factors that influence risk perceptions and associated decisions

Madison Stevens

Doctor of Philosophy in Resources, Environment and Sustainability (PhD)
‘Righting' Conservation: Exploring Pathways for Realizing Stewardship Rights in Protected Areas

Fuhar Dixit

Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical and Biological Engineering (PhD)
Wastewater to drinking water: Alternative low cost water reuse technologies

Jesse Charlton

Master of Physical Therapy and Doctor of Philosophy in Rehabilitation Sciences (MPTPHD)
Biomechanics and motor learning of gait modification for individuals with knee osteoarthritis

Luyao Ma

Doctor of Philosophy in Food Science (PhD)
Investigation and detection of antimicrobial resistance in foodborne bacteria using advanced technologies

Further Information

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