A $1,500 scholarship is offered by the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of B.C. to a student entering the third year of a Bachelor of Science program in Geology, Geophysics, Geochemistry or Environmental Geoscience (Geotechnics) and taking courses leading towards registration as a professional geoscientist. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences.
1 award, $125, for most promise shown in the field and on instructor's recommendation; available to students enrolled in the Culinary Arts program in baking and pastry courses. No application necessary. (Awarded on graduation)
Established by a donation by Grace T. Girvin-Robertson, long- time lecturer in the Microbiology Department. Awarded to a student in the Microbiology Major exhibiting excellence in the final year project. Value: $150.
Established in 1942 by the late Mr. and Mrs. Roland Daly. Awarded to students who have completed two years at McGill and are continuing in a third year in the Faculty of Arts. Awarded by the Faculty of Arts Scholarships Committee. In making the award...
Established in 1996 by Joan Hagerman, a long-time McGill employee, to recognize distinguished academic standing by a student who is in and will be continuing in an undergraduate degree program. Awarded by the Faculty of Arts Scholarships Committee in odd-numbered years and by the Faculty...
Two scholarships open to all students in the Second and Third years. Value: $800 each.
To be awarded to an undergraduate student who, in the judgment of the History and the Linguistics and Languages departments, has demonstrated excellence in German studies.
This award is available to a continuing full-time or part-time student attending the Port Hardy Campus. The student must be taking Adult Basic Education (upgrading) courses at the fundamental or intermediate level. Students applying for this bursary must have demonstrated financial need and must have...
The award will be presented to an aboriginal woman enrolled full-time in College and Career Preparation or a post-secondary program at the Terrace Campus of Northwest Community College. The recipient must demonstrate goal orientation, leadership and commitment to the well being of aboriginal women and...
It is to be awarded to the fourth year student in Soil Science who has achieved the highest aggregate standing in the subjects of the third and fourth years, including graduating thesis.
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.
Scholarships totalling $2,800 are made to outstanding students in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences on the recommendation of the Faculty. In making the awards, preference will be given to undergraduate students.
The award is offered to an undergraduate student in the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences and is made on the recommendation of the Department.
The prize is awarded to the student obtaining the highest standing in Commerce 450 (Financial Accounting) and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration.
A scholarship of $2,000 is to be awarded annually to a student entering the Third or Fourth Year in the Commerce degree programme. The recipient will have demonstrated high academic standing and an interest in the investment field. Application not required.
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: -Direct entrance from high school -Academic achievement -Preference given to those who relocate or travel from outside of Calgary
Criteria: -Third semester -Successful completion of first and second semesters -Financial need -Alberta resident -Preference given to a mature student with dependents
Criteria: -Entering third semester or a graduating student enrolled in a degree program the following fall -Outstanding performance in academic and practical aspects of quality and project management, and statistics
AVAILABLE TO: A student entering either first or second year of the UCFV Library and Information Technology program. STIPULATIONS: Students must demonstrate a financial need and have an overall academic standing of B- or better. First year students are eligible for this award and academic...
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering third or fourth year Honors or Specialization Chemistry who has achieved the highest average in Chemistry 363. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic standing in Chemistry 363, and preference...