Established with affection and appreciation by the faculty of the Department of Political Science, to honour its long-time secretary, Doris Routhier. Value: $450. Recipient: a full-time student enrolled in a Political Science program, on the basis of academic standing, financial need and Ontario residency as defined by OSAP. Application required.
Who Can Apply College students in the first year of a minimum two-year diploma program University students in the first or second year of a degree program University students in the first-year of a 2+2 program (first two years completed in a community college) Applicants...
Value: $500/ea. Recipients: female students entering the 2nd and 3rd year respectively, on the basis of academic standing and financial need. Application for In-Course Awards required.
Awarded jointly by the Executive of the Historical Society and the Chairman of the Department of History to the undergraduate in the initial year showing the greatest promise in History and intending to read for Honours in this subject. Value: $250.
To be given to a Voice student. Endowed in memory of the late Pauline Donalda by the Opera Guild Incorporated. Estimated value: $850.
Established in 2000 by Andersen Consulting. Awarded by the Faculties of Engineering or Science to a student entering the final year in Electrical and Computer Engineering or the School of Computer Science (alternately). Awarded by the Faculty Scholarships Committees, upon recommendation of the respective departments,...
To be awarded to a student in a Post R.N. or Post R.P.N. program who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing, has demonstrated a commitment to the advancement of the nursing profession and/or to mentoring nurses as they further their education.
To be awarded to the student who has completed Nursing I and who attains the highest Sessional Average.
Award Criteria: full-time NLC student living in an area served by CJDC's radio or TV signal studying on a campus serviced by CJDC's radio or TV signal
Award Criteria: pursuing further education in SSWD, a counseling program, or a child and youth care program. enrolled full-time *"C" or above average demonstrates qualities of good work habits responsible citizen and caring towards others intends to find employment in the Dawson Creek area in...
Scholarships totalling $6,000 are awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of Graduate Studies in consultation with the Department of Metals and Materials Engineering, to a graduate student in the Department who has demonstrated a high level of scholastic and research proficiency.
A $1,000 bursary is offered by the Graduating Class of Law 1968 to support a deserving student in the Faculty of Law who faces financial challenges in furthering his or her legal education.
A $3,155 summer travel scholarship has been endowed by Professor John Conway to commemorate thirty-eight years of teaching in the History Department. The award is offered to Honours or Graduate students in History or International Relations. Applications should outline the candidate's interest or research in...
The award is made to a third or fourth year student in the Faculty of Arts demonstrating proficiency in the study of Greek and/or in a major or honours program in English. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Arts.
The prize is awarded to the most outstanding male student in the graduating class of the Faculty of Commerce and is intended to supplement the Matthew H. Henderson Memorial Shield.
Criteria: -Returning hockey players to Trojan Men's team -Team leadership -Community service -Acceptable athletic and academic performance
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement (minimum GPA 3.00 from first and second semesters)
Criteria: -First or second semester -Academic achievement -Most likely to succeed in the field based on aptitude and attitude -One award to a deserving graduating student who demonstrates financial need
Criteria: -Third semester - Broadcast News option -Professionalism -Positive attitude -Reliability -Cooperation -Initiative -Academic achievement
AVAILABLE TO: A graduating UCFV student who is entering the UCFV Criminal Justice Baccalaureate program. STIPULATIONS: Student must have demonstrated through previous course work, volunteer activities and/or work experience a special interest in corrections and issues related to offender rehabilitation, restorative justice or humane treatment...
To be eligible, students must -be in full-time attendance at the University of Alberta as of September, -have demonstrated excellence in athletics or fine arts, -be pursuing excellence in athletics or fine arts during the current academic year, -and have superior academic achievement.