To a final year student in the Faculty of Engineering who was educated in the Province of Quebec. Awarded on the basis of overall academic record.
Established by CSETS to encourage members of CSETS communities to pursue careers in Trades. Available to: Students from Coast Salish communities on southern Vancouver Island who embarking on Trades training at Camosun College. Major Criteria : Commitment to the trade of choice, community reference.
Two annual $500 awards, one each to an Arts degree and a Science degree student. Recipients must be first-year students registered in a minimum of 24 credits; present a minimum GPA of 3.0; display leadership qualities; have made a significant contribution in the area of...
1 award, $500; available to Culinary Arts students continuing to the last level of the program, for professional promise, demonstrated culinary skills, scholastic work, financial need and extracurricular activities. Department nomination submitted in May of each year.
Bequeathed by the late Miss Dinah Lee in memory of the late Mr. Harry Barker. Awarded to the student with the highest standing in English in the initial year. Awarded on recommendation of the Department of English. Value: $700.
Endowed in 2000 by Kay Rothman Wolofsky, Dip. P&OT 1953, and Howard S. Rothman, B.Eng. 1958, in memory of their late parents, Rose and Harry Rothman, who were committed to perpetuating Jewish heritage through education. Awarded by the Faculty of Arts Scholarships Committee upon recommendation...
To be awarded to the student graduating from the Honours Arts and Science Program who has displayed outstanding achievement in both arts and science.
Bursaries totalling $1,000 are offered by family, friends and the Sea-Going Hacks in memory of Conrad Cruickshank for undergraduate students in Pharmaceutical Sciences.
A $100 prize is awarded to a student in the third or fourth year who has an outstanding record in internal medicine.
A $900 award has been endowed in honour of Henry and Lily Kung for a student in a Bachelor of Education degree program. In addition to having maintained satisfactory academic standing, candidates for the award must have participated actively in extra-curricular or volunteer activities such...
The award is offered to an graduate student in the Department of Counselling Psychology, in the Faculty of Education and is made on the recommendation of the Department in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
A $1,000 scholarship has been endowed by David Dodge, Governor of the Bank of Canada, for a graduate student in the field of Economics. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Economics in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education to a graduate student who shows great potential as an artist and educator.
Scholarships totalling $2,500 are awarded to graduate students researching and studying immigration and refugee policy and practice. The awards are made on the recommendation of the School of Social Work, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
CRITERIA Candidates must be students in their final year of study in a secondary school who will be seeking admission into first-year undergraduate study at York University in any discipline. Candidates must possess a minimum admission average of 90% and will have other accomplishments such...
A one year award for a graduate student in the department of biological sciences pursuing science-based educational, research and/or development activities that support or enhance the aquaculture and/or commercial wild fishing industries in Canada.
Recipient must have been involved in the 4-H program at, or beyond the district level. Community involvement and leadership skills are also considered. Preference given to a past or present member of the Calgary 4-H Region and/or the Calgary Alumni.
An award ($1250) presented to a student from both first and second year that is actively involved in volunteer work and has made an impact on community life.
Criteria: -Third semester -Performance in three labs in which safety issues are involved: CIVL-260, 224 and 222 (minimum GPA 2.3)
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement in Safety - Petroleum Industry Course -Financial need
AVAILABLE TO: UCFV students who have completed at least one semester, full time in any Agriculture program. CRITERIA: -Must show satisfactory achievement or potential for satisfactory achievement (2.0 GPA or better) -Applicants must demonstrate genuine financial need.