-Attitude, attendance and leadership
-Organizational skills and initiative
Value: $500. Recipient: the son or daughter of a member of the CAW/Mine Mill and Smelter Workers Union, Local 598, entering the 1st year of any program with the highest overall average in the final year of secondary school. A high school guidance counsellor must...
1 award, $750; available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Engineering program at Malaspina OR to students in Applied Science, who will be proceeding to a degree in Engineering or Geoscience at Malaspina University-College, or another institution for the upcoming fall term. Award is...
1 award, $400; for students returning for second year in the Fisheries & Aquaculture program who have demonstrated potential for practical research in Geoduck Aquaculture. GPA and outstanding work on the Geoduck project considered in selecting recipient. Apply to the Financial Aid & Awards office...
1 award, $300; for successful academic progress, available to Horticulture Technician students. Financial need may also be considered. No application necessary. Funds issued in June.
Established in 1937 by graduates of the Faculty of Applied Science (Engineering) to commemorate the work of Professor Nevil Norton Evans, formerly Professor of Chemistry. Open to students in Engineering who show outstanding ability in Chemistry. Value: $1,000.
Four scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed Level I in the Faculty of Engineering and who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Engineering, have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and qualities of leadership at McMaster or in the community.
To be awarded to the Level II student who, in the judgment of the Department of History, attains notable standing in HISTORY 2M03 or 2MM3.
To be awarded to a student enrolled in an Honours Bachelor of Science program who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Science, has demonstrated outstanding academic performance.
To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and who, in the judgment of the Department of History, has achieved notable academic standing in medieval history.
Award Criteria: student enrolled full-time in the Welding program at NLC
The scholarship is offered to an undergraduate student in the brass performance program, with preference given to a student studying French Horn. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Music.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Health Care and Epidemiology to a M.Sc. graduating student with the highest grade after completion of the required course.
The late Dr. Ira P. MacNab, an alumnus of the University, provided funds for an annual award to be presented to the student graduating in Mechanical Engineering with the highest overall average in a programme of studies at Dalhousie. The award is $75.
Eligible students are to be registered in the Junior Year of the Mechanical Engineering programme of the Faculty of Engineering. The award is based primarily on financial need. The Committee will also consider the academic record of the applicant and involvement in sports and community....
Eligibility: -Accepted as a full-time graduate student in engineering at Dalhousie. Basis of Award: -The award is based on the academic record of the applicant during the final two years of the undergraduate engineering curriculum at a recognised university. Preference will be given to a...
Criteria: -Must be Native/Aboriginal and enrolled in an earth sciences, business, commerce or economics diploma or applied degree program -Academic standing -Financial need -Employment opportunity may be possible
Criteria: -Second semester -Excellence in food and beverage service -Outstanding service in a classroom environment -Professionalism in a team environment
AVAILABLE TO: A continuing UCFV student (following first, second or third year.) STIPULATIONS: -Must be enrolled in a full-time, two to four year credit program at UCFV. -Must show evidence of strong academic standing. -Must show evidence of financial need. -Must provide at least two...
Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering the third or fourth year of study for a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Food Science, who is enrolled in the Integrated Dietetic Internship Program. Selection based on academic standing.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a full-time student entering fourth year of a BSc Honors or Specialization program on the basis of superior academic achievement (including Geology field schools) and participation in student activities.