Established in 2000 through a generous gift from Dorothy A. Nichol, B.Sc.(P.E.) 1949, who was a student leader, women's basketball coach 1949-52, Professor in the Faculty of Education 1952-1989, and Director of Women's Athletics at Macdonald College 1955-1970. The scholarship is in recognition of her lifelong commitment to and encouragement of women's athletics in Canada. Awarded by a Selection Committee of the University Committee on Scholarships and Student Aid on the basis of academic achievement and contributions to extra-curricular activities in athletics. Full-time students in any year of an undergraduate degree program are eligible to apply provided they are returning to McGill as full-time degree students. Preference will be given to women students in Education who are members of intercollegiate teams. In the event that there are no candidates in Education, then preference will be given to women students in any undergraduate degree program who are members of intercollegiate teams.
Value: minimum $2,000 each.
Value $350 each. One to a full-time student in English proceeding from Second to Third year, who has taken at least 3.0 credits in English at Carleton; one to a full-time student in English proceeding from Third to Fourth year, who has taken at least...
1 award, $500; for academic achievement, available to first year students with a disability, enrolled in a full-time course load. Financial need will also be considered. Apply to Financial Aid & Awards office by January 15. Funds issued in March.
Established with a donation from Gluskin-Sheff Associates Inc. of Toronto, Ontario (Gerald Sheff, B.Arch. 1964) to assist undergraduate students to participate in exchange programs at Schools of Architecture that have a formal exchange agreement with McGill. Awarded by a committee of staff of the School...
To be awarded every three years to a student who has completed Level I in the B.Sc.N. Program and who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in health sciences and behavioural science courses. The scholarship is tenable for...
Purshor Mitchell provides one or two awards of up to $1,000 each for students enrolled in a university transfer or degree program at the Kelowna Campus of Okanagan College. Recipients will have completed a minimum of 9 credits in each semester of the academic year...
The Certified General Accountants Association of B.C. awards a $500 scholarship annually to an accounting student who has completed the first year of the two-year diploma program or the third year of the degree program at Okanagan College. The $500 scholarship will be applied to...
Award Criteria: Aboriginal student enrolled in the Oil and Gas Field Operations program positive attitude above average attendance grades of C+ or better preference to students residing in the Peace River region
Scholarships totalling $1,000 have been endowed by Dr. James M. Orr for undergraduate students in Pharmaceutical Sciences who have achieved excellence in pharmacokinetics. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The award is intended to encourage a disabled student or a student demonstrating an interest and ability in the problems of the disabled. Preference is given to a woman undertaking studies in the health sciences.
A $100 prize is awarded to a student in the third or fourth year who has an outstanding record in internal medicine.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law, to a student who achieves high academic standing. In years when Law 360 (Children and the Law) is offered, the prize is offered for that course.
It is made to a third or fourth year student majoring in History, Medieval Studies or International Relations (with a history emphasis) who has written the best essay in a competitive examination organized and adjudicated by the History Department before December 15.
Bursaries totalling $1,000 are offered to a student who has completed one or more years in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program in the Faculty of Health and Social Development at The University of British Columbia Okanagan.
Scholarships totalling $7,500 have been endowed by alumni and friends of the Sauder School of Business, formerly the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, for undergraduates in the faculty. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Sauder School of Business.
Criteria: -Entering one of the following programs: Bachelor of Applied Technology Petroleum Engineering, Chemical Engineering Technology, Chemical Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Power Engineering Technology, Environmental Technology, Industrial Instrumentation Technology, or Petroleum Engineering Technology -Academic achievement -Financial need -Preference given to students from a rural community
Criteria: -Entering third semester -Academic achievement -Financial need -Preference given to former students of the Calgary Public Chinese School who are also involved in the community
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement in ARCH-270 Building Systems Technology II -Academic merit -Financial need -Not in receipt of another SAIT award
Criteria: -Second-year student -Best overall aptitude who demonstrates a high level of technical skills in the lab environment
Criteria: -Top achiever in third and fourth semesters -Alberta resident -Eligible for full credits as granted by the Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Division
Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement enrolled in the Bachelor of Education degree program who have completed the Advanced Practicum Term portion of their program. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic achievement. Preference will be given to the student...