Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student of outstanding merit at the end of the first, second or third year of the Bachelor of Education program, majoring in Music.
Value: $500/ea. Recipients: full-time female students in the 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of any program. A mature student (as defined by the University Women's Club of Sudbury) is one who has had her studies interrupted for a period of at least five years. Selection...
1 award, $300; available to female First Nations Cowichan Campus ABE students who plan to continue studies at an accredited educational institution, in either ABE courses or at the post-secondary level; based on academic achievement and financial need. No application necessary. Funds awarded as a...
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.
Preference given to students specializing in the performance or history of Baroque and early music. Open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Established by Mrs. Maude Caley in memory of her husband who died December 24, 1980. Value: $600.
To be awarded every other year to a student who has completed Level III (or equivalent), has studied biological structure and who, in the judgment of the Education Program in Anatomy, has demonstrated excellence in Anatomy.
Award Criteria: single parent successful completion of at least one semester of studies financial need
A $1,000 scholarship is offered by Janet Ketcham to a First Nations student in the Faculty of Forestry on the recommendation of the Faculty.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Department to an undergraduate student of high academic standing in the field of vascular plant botany (based on academic achievement in Biology 322 and/or Biology 324).
It is awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Creative Writing to a student who has shown ability in the writing of poetry. Financial circumstances are a consideration.
The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Music to a student with particular consideration to scholastic achievement.
One or more scholarships for Doctor of Philosophy students carrying out research in the Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry.
Eligible students are Nova Scotia students registered in the senior year of Civil Engineering. Basis is academic achievement, leadership ability and qualities of personality and character. Application required. Deadline: September 30.
Criteria: -Third semester - Accounting major -Academic merit -Financial need -Intention to pursue a career as an accountant in the petroleum industry
Criteria: -Third semester -Academic achievement from previous semesters (minimum GPA 2.70 from first and second semesters) -Financial need
Criteria: -Highest academic achievement in shop work -High degree of success in welding and metallurgy -Graduating student
AVAILABLE TO: An outstanding UCFV geography student completing second year. Candidates nominated by faculty who have completed a variety of 100 and 200 level geography courses with excellent grades, a high level of participation, and a demonstrated interest in geography.
Conditions: Awarded to a student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 entering or enrolled in the fourth year of an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Enviromental Sciences who is enhancing or planning to enhance his or her educational program with...
Conditions: To be awarded annually on the basis of high academic achievement to a student entering fourth year of the Human Resource Management program in the School of Business. The award is restricted to residents of Alberta. Preference may be given to students with financial...
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student entering second year of the BFA Acting Program on the basis of overall development and artistic or professional achievement and satisfactory academic standing.
Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering their second, third, or fourth year of the Honors Economics program. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic standing on a minimum of 24 credits taken during an academic year....