Peter E. Board Bursary
This award was established by the Faculty of Education in the memory of Professor Peter E. Board. Recipients must show both financial need and academic promise. Students should submit an application along with a course director's recommendation to the secretary, Petitions and Awards Committee in the Faculty of Education. Applications, available from the Faculty, must be received by January 10.
Faculty of Education Entrance Award
The Faculty of Education recognizes that students may be challenged in their pursuit of a postsecondary education because of limited financial resources. We are committed to providing these individuals with the opportunity to realize their goal to complete their Education degree. The Faculty of Education Entrance Award's selection criteria will be based on academic excellence and demonstrated financial need. Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents as well as Ontario residents as defined by the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP).
Faculty of Education Westview Bursary
Donor: York University Faculty of Education Faculty, Staff and Alumni
This bursary has been established by the York University Faculty of Education to be awarded annually to a student who is a graduate of Westview Centennial Secondary School. Applicants must demonstrate financial need. Faculty of Education students enrolled either in the Consecutive Program or the Concurrent Program (enrolled in practicum seminar courses) are eligible to apply.
Jamison Family Award
Donor: Ms Nadina Jamison
The Jamison Family Award has been established by the Jamison family to provide an annual award to a deserving York University student with a preference given to those students who are in the Faculty of Education. All Faculty of Education students, both concurrent and consecutive, are eligible for this award. Students must be enrolled in practicum courses during the academic year the award is offered. The award is based on recognized academic promise. Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents as well as Ontario residents as defined by the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and in financial need.
Lakeshore Teachers College Bursary Fund
Donor: Lakeshore Teachers College
An annual bursary will be awarded to a student coregistered in the Faculty of Education who is in financial need. Applications, which are available through the Office of Student Programs, Faculty of Education, and the Glendon Education Office, should be submitted to the same office before November 1.
The Learning Company School Canada Technology Leadership Award
Donor: Mr. Robert Martellacci
This award is given to a full-time undergraduate in the BEd Concurrent or Consecutive Program or graduate student enrolled in the MEd or PhD Program in Education. The first award shall be given to an undergraduate student; the following year the award shall go to a graduate student. The award shall continue to be given on this alternating cycle. The recipient must demonstrate leadership in the application of technology to teaching and learning in schools or the community, as well as a willingness to present a workshop or seminar to the Faculty of Education on the use of technology in teaching and learning during the year of tenure of the award. A minimum grade point average of 6.0 (B) or the equivalent is required. Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents as well as Ontario residents as defined by the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and in financial need.
LearningStation.com Canada Technology Award
Donor: Mr. Dominic Sicilia
This award was established by the LearningStation.com, an Internet-based Canadian company. Concurrent Ed II and Ed III students enrolled in a practicum course and all Consecutive students are eligible to apply. Awards will be decided based on innovative technological promise in a practicum setting with a lesser weight being given to financial need. One recommendation letter from the host school who is familiar with the applicant's work is required. The letter must address the applicant's contribution towards innovative use of technology. A nomination from a course director is also required. Recipients must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents, be Ontario residents and demonstrate financial need.
MarySue McCarthy Bursary
This award has been established by the Faculty of Education Alumni Association to honour Professor MarySue McCarthy, an outstanding educator and a founding member of the Faculty. Recipients will be able to demonstrate both academic promise and financial need.
Stan M. Shapson Bursary
Donor: Stan M. Shapson
Stan Shapson is a York graduate (MA '69, PhD '73) who went on to become the dean of the Faculty of Education from 1990 to 1998 and associate vice-president, strategic academic initiative. This award will be made annually to a deserving student who is enrolled in the Jewish Teacher Education Program (Faculties of Arts and Education). The recipient must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, an Ontario resident and must demonstrate financial need.
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