For students or faculty of the McGill School of Social Work to undertake activities (research, service, demonstration project, seminar) in the area of social work and health including mental health. Preference will be given to submissions concerned with the development and advancement of the volunteer and volunteerism in health and mental health care. Applications should be submitted by September 1st to the Director of the School of Social Work that describe the proposed activity in detail, the use to be made of the award monies, and the pertinence of the activity to volunteers and volunteerism in social work and health care. The award winner(s) will be required to submit a report to the Director upon completion of the project and a short precis that may be included in School newsletters and communications.
Established by family and friends in memory of the late Michelle (Jane) Richer, an out-spoken person who was dedicated to her school, sports, work and friends, and applied herself with perseverance and determination for acceptance into the Kinesiology program before her tragic death in a...
Established by friends and family in memory of Peter Ennis, who, as head coach of the Lady Vees basketball team, brought it to 17 consecutive national championships. Value: up to $1,200. Recipient(s): one or more members of the Lady Vees basketball team, on the basis...
This award, created by the North Island College Faculty Association, is available to a student enrolled in any full-time credit program at North Island College. The student must have a demonstrated financial need and be an entering student.
Award Criteria: Fort Nelson student top academic achievement good attendance positive role model
Award Criteria: full-time UT student with high academic achievement in history major in history and/or intends to pursue further studies in history at university
The recipient of this $200 award will have demonstrated academic and interpersonal skill excellence in the Wilderness Guiding program. Selection will be by student nomination followed by faculty consensus.
The award is made to a graduate student in Metals and Materials Engineering on the recommendation of the Department in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
It is awarded to a British Columbia student with good standing at the University who is proceeding to the second, third or fourth year of the pre-veterinary program at the University. In making the award, consideration is given to the financial circumstances of eligible candidates.
It is awarded to the fourth year student in Animal Science who obtains the highest aggregate standing in the subjects of the third and fourth years, including the graduating essay.
Bursaries totalling $7,800 are offered to students entering third year Forestry.
The scholarship is awarded on the recommendation of the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies, to a student selected on the basis of academic achievement and promise of success in librarianship. Financial circumstances of the candidate...
It is awarded to a student in the graduating class in the Master of Journalism program who has produced the best published work of public service journalism during the degree program. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Journalism with the...
Eligibility: -Faculty of Arts applicant from secondary schools in the Jane-Finch corridor -Canadian citizen/permanent resident/protected person and Ontario resident -Demonstrated financial need -Extracurricular activities and community involvement in the Jane-Finch area
Eligibility: -Awarded to high-school students based on highest admission average (final grades including prerequisites) -Canadian citizen/permanent resident/protected person -Awarded to top students in each Faculty
One scholarship to a graduate student in Economics who has completed one semester of graduate work and is a citizen of an Asian developing country.
This $1000 scholarship is awarded to a third year Bachelor of Community Design student entering their fourth Honours year, with a focus of pursuing landscape architecture. The recipient must have high academic standing. The scholarship is awarded in September. No application is required.
Under the will of the late Hyman Isaac Jacobson a bequest of $5,000 was given to the University to benefit the Humanities and Social Sciences. Application not required.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering the third or fourth year of the Bachelor of Science Environmental and Conservation Sciences degree program. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing and interest, ability and aptitude in...
Conditions: To be awarded annually to the Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident who obtains the highest standing in all the prescribed courses of first year geology.
Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering the fourth year of the BEd degree program majoring in Elementary Education. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic achievement and demonstrated involvement, both in the school and in the community, in physical...