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 Lila Adam-Gordon, the 2021 Winner of the Jack Hallam Human Rights Award. In their own words: “My plans in the future involve, beginning this August, attending UWC in Bosnia and Herzegovina where I will study a variety of subjects (focusing on humanities) with students from over 60 countries for two years. This programContinue reading “Congratulations to Lila Adam-Gordon, the 2021 Winner of the Jack Hallam Human Rights Award.”
The Lambda Scholarship Foundation has recently partnered with the Enchanté Network. We’re very happy to be a part of the 120+ 2SLGBTQ+ organizations they connect across Canada. Find out more about them at https://enchantenetwork.ca/en/ or @enchantenetwork on Twitter.
We at Lambda are excited to announce our new summer staff member: Matthew Edwards! Matthew (he/him, they/them) originally comes from Hamilton, Ontario, and moved to Ottawa in 2014 to pursue a Bachelor of Humanities (Honours) in Humanities and History from Carleton University. He is currently pursuing his Masters of Arts in History at Carleton andContinue reading “Welcome to our New Communications Assistant: Matthew Edwards!”
Help build and sustain knowledge, education, and leadership in 2SLGBTQ+ and QTBIPOC studies.
Donations in any amount are welcome.