The Muldoon-Mosaic Bursary is an annual bursary awarded to a full-time undergraduate student whose field of study is related to the Institute’s mandate that brings people, communities and nations together. James P. Muldoon Jr. was an independent scholar of international affairs, who’s research and writing focused on multilateral diplomacy, and global governance.

Affectionately known as Jim, he and his wife Reeta Roy are great believers that every student deserves equal opportunity to thrive and be the very best they can be. As the former Vice-Chair of The Mosaic Institute, Jim was keenly aware that one’s socio-economic, cultural and ethnic identity could be barriers in achieving all possibilities. In this spirit. we are pleased to present this bursary to ensure that our unique differences have a real opportunity to blossom.


1. You must be enrolled full-time at a Canadian University.

2. You must submit the following along with your Application Form:

a. An approximate 500-word Essay on: “How I will bring people, communities, and nations together.”

b. Proof of full-time enrolment;

c. Proof of OSAP or equivalent funding; and

d. Proof of your identity.