Charles B. Koester Student Essay Competition

James R. Mallory Research Grant

Doctoral Fellowship


Doctoral Fellowship

The CSPG Doctoral Fellowship aims at supporting doctoral students in dissertation work focusing upon the study, understanding and discussion of the parliamentary process and institutions in Canada.

The CSPG is pleased to announce the recipient of its Doctoral Fellowship 2021: Elizabeth McCallion (Queen’s University)!

Information on the 2022 fellowship cycle will be announced in spring 2022.

The $8,000 CSPG Doctoral Fellowship is awarded annually. Applicants must be doctoral students who have completed the course component of their program with an excellent academic record, and are in the process of dissertation work. Applicants from all fields of study are welcome, but the subject matter of the dissertation work must focus upon the parliamentary process or institutions.

2021 – Elizabeth McCallion
2020 – Florence Vallée-Dubois, Philip Charbonneau
2019 – Rob Currie-Wood
2018 – Vincent Hopkins
2017 – Louise Cockram

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