Lyle Makosky Values and Ethics in Sport Fund
The Online Application is available now!
For more information, please review the Terms of Reference.
The deadline to submit is April 30, 2017.
Support research into good sport: there are two ways you can donate to the Lyle Makosky Values and Ethics in Sport Fund:
Contribute to sport scholarships granted through the True Sport Foundation
Contribute to the long-term growth of the endowment fund through the Community Foundation of Ottawa
Are you currently active in sport?
Are you currently studying at the post-secondary level in an area that relates to values and ethics in sport?
Do you think that sport is not achieving or delivering the experience that it could or should for values-based or ethical reasons?
Do you believe that Canadian sport is facing important values-based or ethical challenges that are not being fully addressed and maybe not even seen?
If the above questions resonate, then there is an opportunity for you to apply for this sport study scholarship!
This national sport studies scholarship is intended to stimulate thoughtful examination of values-based and ethical sport.
It was established in 2014 by Lyle Makosky to help support the work of the True Sport Foundation (TSF) and the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport. The fund’s capital is held and invested by the Community Foundation of Ottawa and annual earnings are used by the TSF to support financial awards in the area of values and ethics in sport with the intent to support:
- The critical examination of and an open dialogue on the compelling values-based and ethical challenges in today’s sport;
- Protecting and enhancing the quality and value of the sport experience from ethical threats;
- Ensuring the integrity of the conduct of sport; and
- Watching over the values, ethical codes, and principles on which sport is founded.
Financial awards to support the critical study of sport will be granted annually to applicants who meet the criteria in these categories:
- High-performance athletes enrolled at a Canadian university, community college or other post-secondary educational institution. High-performance athlete refers to athletes who are any of the following: international team members, national team members, carded athletes, university varsity team members, competitive club athletes reaching national championships level, etc. Student-athlete candidates require a minimum 70 per cent academic average at the time of application.
- Post-secondary students active in sport at a non-high-performance level.
- Sport practitioners active/working in sport as a high-performance coach, official or administrator.
- Educators working in a sport, sports sciences, or sport management/administration or other applicable discipline.