Established in 2006, in memory of Elizabeth Massey, a young lawyer and member of CFUW whose life was greatly enriched by her love of the creative arts. For post-graduate studies in the visual arts/fine arts, such as painting or sculpture; or in music. The award is tenable in Canada or abroad.
Georgette LeMoyne was one of the first women to receive a university degree in French Canada. She devoted her life to the promotion of education and employment for women. It is for graduate study in any field at a Canadian university. The candidate must be studying in French and write the Statement of Intent (Section I) of the application in French.
East Coast Inspire Video Project The winner of the 2021 CFUW Creative Arts Award is the East Coast Inspire Video Project. CFUW Moncton was the nominating CFUW Club. This year, Festival Inspire is taking the show on the road and travelling around the province to spread art, culture, and a celebration of civic spaces in NB communities. Along the theme of arts through the province, the East Coast Inspire Video Project is designed to honour performing arts in the province, pair artists with awe-inspiring natural landscapes, feature local talent, and incubate community collaborations through the creation of a series of […]
Dedicated in 2020 to Susan Murphy (1950-2019). Susan Murphy served as a Past National President of CFUW (2010-2014). She was also a Past Chair of the CFUW Charitable Trust Board (2012-2016). 2021-2022 – Value: $5,000 Read more about the eligibility criteria established for the Fellowship. 2021-2022 Inaugural Winner: CAITILIN MCMILLAN B.A. Global Development Studies (Hons), 2010, Queen’s University M.Sc. Migration Studies, 2011, University of Oxford Ph.D. Human Geography, 2019-2024, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Caitilin works with women survivors of war and torture to improve mental health and psychosocial care practices in the aftermath of violence. Psychosocial approaches still remain […]
2021-2022 Funded by the Massey FamilyValue: $5,000 Established in 2006, in memory of Elizabeth Massey, a young lawyer and member of CFUW whose life was greatly enriched by her love of the creative arts. For post-graduate studies in the visual arts/fine arts, such as painting or sculpture; or in music. The award is tenable in Canada or abroad. 2021-2022 Winner: JENNA RICHARDS B.Mus. Piano Performance, 2013, University of Toronto Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership, 2014, Carleton University Ph.D. Interdisciplinary Research in Music, 2020-2024, University of Ottawa Jenna’s research explores the relevancy of post-secondary music performance curriculum in the lives […]