The Lambda Scholarship Foundation is a Canadian registered charity. 

Lambda aims to:

  • create graduate and undergraduate university scholarships to further research pertaining to Two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning, plus (2SLGBTQ+) and queer, trans, Black, Indigenous, people of colour (QTBIPOC) studies.
  • advance education that fights against oppression and discrimination
  • mobilize knowledge across academic and non-academic communities by supporting 2SLGBTQ+ and QTBIPOC students in their academic pursuits by establishing networking opportunities in academic and non-academic settings.


Congratulations to Raymond McKie, this year’s winner of the Nicole LaViolette Friends of Lambda Prize at uOttawa!

Raymond is currently in his fifth year of the PhD program in clinical psychology at the University of Ottawa. He holds previous degrees in psychology from the University of Guelph and Trent University. Raymond has been actively engaged in scholarly work on gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (GBMSM) for overContinue reading “Congratulations to Raymond McKie, this year’s winner of the Nicole LaViolette Friends of Lambda Prize at uOttawa!”

Congratulations to Alberto Carneiro Barbosa de Souza!!

Congratulations to Alberto Carneiro Barbosa de Souza, winner of the Gary Sealey Friends of Lambda Award! Alberto is a PhD Candidate in Anthropology, Carleton University. In an article published in The Conversation, Alberto writes, “In 2022, I will conduct research that I am sure will reveal a country devastated by the pandemic, with LGBTQ+ peopleContinue reading “Congratulations to Alberto Carneiro Barbosa de Souza!!”

Congratulations to Patrick Hickey!!

Congratulations to Patrick Hickey, this year’s winner of the Christian Landry Memorial Award for Graduate Studies at University of New Brunswick! Patrick is currently completing his Master of Arts degree in Experimental Psychology at UNB Saint John after completing a BSc in Biology and Psychology. During his studies, Patrick has served as President of theContinue reading “Congratulations to Patrick Hickey!!”

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