Prizes totalling $750 are awarded on the recommendation of the School of Nursing to undergraduate or graduate students in the School who have demonstrated an interest in the field of communicable diseases.
The Robert Martin Scholarship was established by Robert Martin, a retired Camosun College instructor who wanted to recognize achievement in and commitment to, the field of history by Camosun College students in financial need.
Value: $500/ea. Recipient: one student in each of Sciences/Engineering, Arts (Humanities or Social Sciences), Professional Schools and Management. Based on academic standing (min. 80%) in an Ontario secondary school (in six OACs or U/M courses) and financial need. Laurentian University Application for Entrance Awards required.
1 award, $1,000; available to 1st year Engineering students progressing to 2nd year at Malaspina University-College. To benefit a student who demonstrates strong academic credentials and shows good character, motivation to serve and succeed and commitment to the community, evidenced through leadership in school, civic...
Donated by Benefit Partners and Northern Rehabilitation and Consulting Services Inc. Value: $1,000. Recipient: a full-time student entering the 3rd or 4th year of any program, on the basis of financial need, academic achievement (min. 75% average) and Ontario residency as defined by OSAP. Application...
Established in 2004 by Scott Daniels, B.A. 1993, and The Monitor Company Group LP for an outstanding undergraduate student who is entering his or her final year of the Honours Program in Economics in the Faculty of Arts. Awarded by the Faculty of Arts Scholarships...
Awarded for overall academic excellence (Sessional Average of at least 9.5) to students in undergraduate programs, with the exception of those in their graduating session and those retaining scholarships of $1,000 or greater. Each year quotas are established for each Faculty and other academic units...
Award Criteria: graduating from Chetwynd Secondary School planning to attend NLC Chetwynd campus full-time financial need
A $1,000 scholarship has been endowed by the Chinese Canadian Medical Society Foundation for a student in the Faculty of Medicine. Preference is given to a student with an interest in cross-cultural medicine. The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine.
Bursaries totalling $800 have been endowed by the late Mary Gibson. The awards are made to deserving students in the Faculty of Medicine.
An $600 scholarship, the gift of John K. Campbell, is awarded to a student in the Faculty of Law who holds a degree in mining, metallurgy, geology or geological engineering, or other related resource discipline or has demonstrated an interest in the mining industry through...
The graduating class of 1986 in French, English and History has endowed a bursary of $400 for a needy undergraduate student majoring in French, English or History.
A gold medal and a $200 cash prize are awarded to the student graduating with the most outstanding record in honours history.
The scholarship is awarded to graduate students studying Geological Engineering or Geoenvironmental Engineering in the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
The award is made to a student in the field of French Language and Literature with high scholastic standing, promise and deserving of financial assistance.
The award is offered to a graduate student in Electrical and Computing Engineering. The winner may hold the award more than once. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Annual scholarship in the amount of $2500 established by the School's Associated Alumni. Factors considered are academic excellence and evidence of a commitment to a career in librarianship. All incoming students are automatically considered; no application is necessary.
Criteria: -Third semester -Highest GPA
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement in concrete and strength of materials subjects -Interest in concrete and design
AVAILABLE TO: Deserving students enrolled in the Bachelor of Business Administration in Aviation program. STIPULATIONS: -high academic standing -recipients must be continuing students enrolled in three or more courses -recipients must be a Canadian citizen or a landed immigrant -financial need may be considered
Conditions: Awarded annually on the basis of superior academic achievement to students entering the honors or specialization program in Mathematics or Statistics at the University of Alberta. Recipients will be selected on the basis of Grade 11 and/or Grade 12 final marks. Factors that may...