Scholarships, Awards, Prizes and Medals for Continuing Students
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Carleton E. Perrin Book Prize for Excellence in Science and Humanities
Donor: Friends and Colleagues of the late Professor Carleton E. Perrin
This award, in the form of a book certificate, is given to the single most outstanding science student (i.e. an undergraduate student actively registered in the Faculty of Pure and Applied Science) in a humanities course in the Faculty of Arts. Candidates considered for this award are expected to have demonstrated excellence in scholarship, and have a notable appreciation of the humanities. The Chair of the Division of Humanities will seek out the best candidates, and, together with the director of the Division of Natural Science, will make the selection. The award normally will be presented each year in the fall.
Oscar Peterson Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to outstanding music majors enrolled in FA/MUSI 3051 6.0 who have maintained a minimum average of 7.0 (B+) in the Jazz Program and a minimum overall average of 5.0 (C+). The number of scholarships and monetary value varies dependent upon funds available.
Douglas Menzie Phillips Jazz Scholarship
Donor: Mrs. Joan Phillips
The Douglas Menzie Phillips Jazz Scholarship is given annually to a second- or third-year music major in recognition of outstanding instrumental performance in a jazz workshop. The scholarship was established by his family to commemorate Douglas Menzie Phillips, BCom, CA, and celebrate his longstanding love of jazz.
Political Science Scholarship
The scholarship is made to the graduating fourth-year student, Honours or Specialized Honours, including Honours double major, in the Faculty of Arts, with the highest grade point average calculated on political science courses only. In the event of a tie, the department will decide whether to make more than one award (but no more than three). If more than three students have the same political science grade point average, the department will take into consideration the number of political science courses taken by the students and their overall grade point averages in its selection of the three nominees.
Irvine R. Pounder Award
Irvine R. Pounder was one of the two founding members of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at York University. This award was established on the 100th anniversary of his birth. The best second-, third-, and fourth-year students will receive a certificate in his name.
President's Creative Writing Prize
Donor: York University
The President's Creative Writing Prize is a literary competition held annually and open to full- or part-time York University undergraduate students. Four prizes are awarded for the best entry in poetry, prose fiction, screenplay and stage play. The competition will be judged by a panel of writers who are members of the York community. Contact the Creative Writing Program office at 236 Vanier College for information and deadlines.
President's Honour Roll
This distinction is marked by a transcript notation and a letter from the president of York University. It is awarded to the very select group of continuing or graduating students who have achieved a sessional grade point average of 9.0 (A+) on a minimum of 30 credits in the previous fall/winter term. Winners are identified by the Scholarships and Bursaries unit of the Office of Student Financial Services.
R.F. Price Scholarship Fund
Donor: Friends of the late R.F. Price
Named in honour of R.F. "Bud" Price, a former administrator in the School of Kinesiology and Health Science, this scholarship is awarded annually to an Honours kinesiology and health science major student entering the third year of the program. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative average of 6.0 (B) and have contributed in a leadership role to the School of Kinesiology and Health Science. Applications are available from the School of Kinesiology and Health Science. Please contact the executive officer in the School of Kinesiology and Health Science for further information and deadline dates.
Psychology Undergraduate Book Prizes
These awards are offered as a means of identifying, honouring and rewarding excellence in the Psychology Honours Program of the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Pure and Applied Science. Six awards will be made annually to the most outstanding second-, third- and fourth-year psychology students completing a full course load (one award for Faculty of Arts and one award for Faculty of Pure and Applied Science for each year level). Recipient selection will be based upon sessional grade point average.
Charles Edward Rathé Scholarship
The recipient will be a full-time Founders College student who has achieved the highest grade point average on 30 credits completed at York during their first year of study at the University and will be registering in at least 24 credits the following September for second year.
Neil Reimer Scholarship
Donor: Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada
The Neil Reimer Scholarship is financed by the Neil Reimer Union Education and Development Fund, a fund established in 1984 by the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union (formerly the Energy and Chemical Workers Union) to honour their founding national director. The Centre for Research on Work and Society presents this scholarship annually to the third-year student majoring in the Labour Studies Program who has achieved the highest grade point average.
Retired Women Teachers of Ontario, York North Branch, Prize
Donor: Retired Women Teachers of Ontario, York North Branch
The Retired Women Teachers of Ontario, York North Branch, Prize is intended to assist a graduating teacher candidate in her first year of teaching. All graduating female students in the elementary (P/J/I) Concurrent or Consecutive Program will be eligible. One award will be awarded at the Spring Convocation to the student who has shown the most outstanding qualities in scholarship, teaching ability and character throughout the year.
Carey Risman Memorial Scholarship
Donor: Friends and Family of Carey Risman
Carey Risman was a former, exceptional student at York University who passed away January, 1996. He achieved very high academic excellence in the Combined Honours Program in Biology and Chemistry and was awarded the Ruth Hill Memorial Scholarship in 1989. He was also an NSERC summer research student in the Biology Department for several years and published a manuscript in 1991 based on his summer research. He was an enthusiastic, unassuming and caring individual who will be sadly missed by both faculty and fellow students. In his memory, the Carey Risman Memorial Award will be given to a student who is in his/her third year of the Combined Honours Program in Biology and Chemistry. The award will be based on academic achievement, the student must have a minimum overall cumulative grade point average of 7.5 based on a minimum of 60 credits taken in the first two years.
Stuart G. Robbins Book Prize
Awarded each year after grades processing to the third-year Honours kinesiology and health science major student who has completed a minimum of 75 credits, has a minimum 6.0 (B) cumulative average, in both academic and practicum courses, and has the highest cumulative grade point average in kinesiology and health science courses. A student may only receive this award once.
E.S. Rogers Film & Video Production Award
Donor: Rogers Communication Inc.
The E.S. Rogers Film & Video Production Award is given annually in recognition of artistic excellence/promise to a fourth-year production student in the Department of Film & Video, Faculty of Fine Arts, to help offset production costs for an approved fourth-year project of outstanding merit. The award, named for E.S. (Ted) Rogers, President and CEO, is supported by an endowment from Rogers Communication Inc.
E.S. Rogers Film & Video Scholarship
Donor: Rogers Communication Inc.
The E.S. Rogers Film & Video Scholarship is an annual award in recognition of academic excellence to a fourth-year production student in the Department of Film & Video, Faculty of Fine Arts, to help offset production costs for an approved fourth-year project of outstanding merit. The award is named for E.S. (Ted) Rogers, President and CEO of Rogers Communications Inc.
Samuel G. Rosen Memorial Prize
Donor: Friends and Family of the late Samuel G. Rosen
A book prize is awarded for the outstanding essay in Judaic studies by a third- or fourth-year student.
Murray G. Ross Award
Donor: York University
This award, established by the Student Council in 1962 in honour of York's first president, is presented annually to a graduating student for scholarship and outstanding contributions to undergraduate student life. No application is required.
Beryl Rowland Book Prize
Donor: Dr. Beryl Rowland
A book certificate is awarded to a McLaughlin student majoring in English with outstanding overall achievement.
George Ryga Award
This award is made annually to a theatre major achieving the highest academic standing in THEA 3290 8.0 and registered in THEA 4290 8.0. The award commemorates the noted playwright George Ryga whose works include The Ecstasy of Rita Joe.
Elizabeth Sabiston Prize for Excellence in Academic Writing
Given in honour of Professor Elizabeth Sabiston, for many years the academic adviser of Stong College, this prize is awarded annually to a Stong College student whose achievements in academic writing in a first or second year English or humanities course are deemed to be of outstanding quality.
William Pearson Scott Scholarship
Donor: The late William Pearson Scott
A scholarship is awarded to an outstanding student in economics or political science, who is entering the fourth year of Specialized Honours studies, or is in the first year of graduate work in either or both of these fields.
The Second City Theatre Prize
Donor: The Second City - Toronto
Established by The Second City - Toronto, Canada's foremost improvisational theatre company, The Second City Theatre Prize is awarded annually to an undergraduate theatre major in second or higher year of studies who demonstrates exceptional promise/achievement in improvisation and/or comedic performance. The recipient may choose either a cash award of $250 or enrolment in a course given by The Second City's Training Centre.
Gerard Sendrey Prize
Donor: Gerard Sendrey
This award was established by Gerard Sendrey of Bordeaux, France, a renowned graphic artist, to honour outstanding achievement in the visual arts. Judging is based on work presented at the Samuel J. Zacks Gallery Invitational Stong Student Show. The Board of Adjudicators reserves the right not to make an award in a given year.
Senior Honours Work Award of Distinction (Faculty of Environmental Studies)
Donor: Dean, Faculty of Environmental Studies
This award recognizes students graduating with the degree of bachelor in environmental studies who are judged to have produced the most outstanding senior honours work.
Moshe Shimrat Prize Fund
Donor: Friends and Family of Moshe Shimrat
This fund is used to make awards to students in university and secondary school for interest and demonstrated ability in mathematical problem solving. At present these prizes are awarded in connection with the Putnam Mathematical Competition and Etobicoke-Scarborough Mathematical Competition.
The Mac Shoub Scholarship
Donor: Charles Bronfman
The Mac Shoub Scholarship is given in recognition of exceptional talent and achievement in acting to a theatre major entering their fourth year of study in the acting stream. This scholarship was established by Mr. Charles Bronfman to commemorate Mac Shoub, a pioneering force in the development of Canadian radio and television drama.
Bruno Skoggard Chinese Language Scholarship
A scholarship to be awarded annually to a registered student with honours standing who demonstrates the importance of Chinese language training for their program of study and career goals. Preference will be given to a student majoring in East Asian studies, with a demonstrated need to pursue summer language training. Information and application forms are available in the East Asian Studies Office, 030C Founders College. Deadline date is February 15.
Julie Slater Memorial Award
Donor: Faculty of Education Student Association
In 1986, Julie Slater was tragically killed. She was a second-year Arts major and first-year concurrent Education student. In 1989 FESA established an annual book award for a first-year concurrent student who meets the qualifications. The qualifying student will receive the award within the first two weeks of classes. No application required.
Chris Sloan Prize
Donor: Friends of Christine Sloan
This prize was established in the memory of Christine Sloan, administrative assistant in the Department of Economics from 1969 to 1987. The award is based on academic achievement and contribution to the department. It is open to students both in the undergraduate and graduate programs.
Carl Smith Book Prize
Donor: Friends and associates of the late Carl Smith
The award was established in memory of Carl Smith, an alumnus of the department who was, at the time of his death, enrolled in York's Political Science Graduate Program. The prize is awarded annually to a political science major who distinguishes themselves in their third year of study. Distinction will be measured in terms of sessional grade point average in the fall/winter session. A student must have no fewer than 48 and no more than 81 credits at the beginning of the session and they must complete at least 24 credits or the equivalent during the session.
Sport and Recreation Awards
Four awards are given to student applicants reflecting a fair and reasonable balance of college and faculty affiliation and sport and recreation involvement. They will be awarded on the basis of honours standing within their program of study and contribution to sport and recreation programs.
Ernest Daniel Stong Essay Prize
Donor: Friends of Stong College
This award was established in memory of Ernest Daniel Stong (1887-1987), patriarch of the Stong family. An annual award will be presented to a Stong student in the Canadian Studies Program (or other programs) whose essay on a Canadian topic is selected as the most outstanding.
Stong College Scholarship Fund
Donor: Friends of Stong College
Applications will be considered on the basis of academic performance (first-class standing), length of college affiliation and registration status. The scholarship can only be applied towards tuition fees. Further information may be obtained from the Master's Office, 317 Stong College. The Scholarship Committee reserves the right not to make an award in a given year.
Dr. Emily Stowe Award
Donor: Hudson J. Stowe
This annual award and a plaque will be given to the graduating Norman Bethune Residence female student in any Honours program who achieves the highest grades in that final year of full-time study. Contact the master, Norman Bethune College, at 416-736-5164, for information.
Thomas H.B. Symons Award In Canadian Studies
Donor: Dr. Thomas H.B. Symons
This award is made annually to the student majoring in Canadian studies at Glendon with the highest overall grade point average at the end of second year.
Tait McKenzie Honour Society
Graduating students who distinguish themselves in the study of kinesiology and health science will be named to the Tait McKenzie Honour Society at convocation. Members include graduating Honours kinesiology and health science majors who have achieved, minimally, a cumulative grade average of 6.0 (B) or higher, an average grade point average of 7.5 in kinesiology and health science academic courses, and an average of 6.0 (B) in physical education practicum courses. Members receive the book, The Sport Sculpture of R. Tait McKenzie (by A. Kozar), provided by faculty and staff donors within the School of Kinesiology and Health Science.
Taoist Tai Chi Society Chinese Literature Scholarship
Donor: Taoist Tai Chi Society of Canada
The Taoist Tai Chi Society of Canada, in its effort to promote the exchange of Chinese and Canadian culture, offers an annual award to the most outstanding student in a Chinese literature course offered by the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics. The recipient will be judged on academic achievement and have demonstrated a special interest in Chinese literature and culture.
Bryce M. Taylor Book Prize
Awarded each year after grades processing to the first-year Honours kinesiology and health science major student who has completed a minimum of 24 credits (of which at least six are in kinesiology and health science courses), has a minimum 6.0 (B) cumulative average, in both academic and practicum courses, and has the highest cumulative grade point average in kinesiology and health science courses. A student may only receive this award once.
Bryce M. Taylor Memorial Scholarship
Named in honour of Dr. Bryce Taylor, founding Chair and director of the School of Kinesiology and Health Science this scholarship is awarded to an Honours Kinesiology and Health Science student who is entering their fourth year (84 credits), has a minimum cumulative average of 6.0 (B) and has distinguished themselves through public service in the University and in the external community. Applications are available from the School of Kinesiology and Health Science. Please contact the executive officer in the School of Kinesiology and Health Science for further information and deadline dates.
N.A. Taylor Award for Film
Donor: Friends and Family of N.A. Taylor
The N.A. Taylor Award will be awarded annually to a third-year Fine Arts Film & Video student, returning to fourth year, who has shown outstanding achievement in the area of script writing. This award is available in the spring for fall presentation.
W.B. Templeton Annual Award
The Department of Psychology will give an award for the best Honours thesis. Each spring the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Pure and Applied Science will nominate theses. An adjudicating committee will evaluate each thesis in terms of comprehensiveness, methodological considerations, scholarship and style. The name of the recipient will be engraved on a plaque located in the department.
The Mildred Theobalds Prize in Marketing
Donor: York University License Board
The Mildred Theobalds Prize in Marketing is an annual prize awarded to a continuing undergraduate student with the highest mark among students enrolled in a course in marketing, broadly defined, in any academic division of the University. The prize was established in honour of Mildred Theobalds, long-time coordinator of the York University License Program.
Fred Thury Prize
On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, Vanier College Productions has instituted this award to honour its founder, Fred Thury. The award recognizes ongoing contributions to theatre and Vanier College. Selection will be made by Vanier College. This award is not necessarily given each year.
Andrew Tomcik Scholarship
Donor: Department of Design
Named in honour of York Design professor emeritus Andrew Tomcik, the Andrew Tomcik Scholarship recognizes exceptional achievement in design studies. Design majors who are completing their 3rd year of studies and proceeding into 4th year are eligible and will automatically be considered for the scholarship. The recipient will be notified in spring and will receive the scholarship upon registration for studies the following fall.
Lynne Sarah Torode Memorial Award
This award is given annually in recognition of academic/artistic excellence and promise to a fourth year student specializing in cinematography or television in the Department of Film & Video, Faculty of Fine Arts. Preference will be given to a female student. The award commemorates Lynne Torode, the first female cinematographer at the CBC.
Toronto Biotechnology Initiative Award
Donor: Toronto Biotechnology Initiative (TBI)
The Toronto Biotechnology Initiative has sponsored this annual award to recognize excellence and thereby encourage students to pursue a career in biotechnology. The award will be given to the outstanding third- or fourth-year Faculty of Pure and Applied Science student in an appropriate biotechnology course as selected by the Department of Biology.
Toronto Cathay Lions Club Chinese Language Scholarship (Third-Year Chinese Language Scholarship)
Donor: Toronto Cathay Lions Club
A scholarship is awarded to the most outstanding student in a third-year level Chinese language course offered by the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics. The recipient will be judged on academic achievement and have demonstrated a special interest in Chinese language and culture.
Toronto Duke Ellington Society Scholarship
Donor: Toronto Duke Ellington Society
These scholarships are given annually, for excellence in jazz performance or composition, to one or more music majors concentrating in jazz studies who are enrolled in at least one of the third- or fourth-year jazz workshops, jazz orchestra or jazz composition courses. All eligible students will automatically be considered. The scholarship is supported by the Toronto Duke Ellington Society, which fosters the performance, study and appreciation of the music of Duke Ellington and his contemporaries.
Alice Turner Awards
Donor: Alice Turner and Friends
Two awards will be awarded to outstanding mathematics students, one to a third-year bachelor's degree candidate and one to a fourth-year Honours or Combined Honours degree candidate in the Faculty of Arts, to be selected by the Departmental Awards Committee.
Universal Studios Canada Film & Video Scholarship
Donor: Universal Studios Canada Ltd.
The Universal Studios Canada Film & Video Scholarship is awarded to two fourth-year film & video majors in recognition of outstanding achievement in production work to date and the merit of their fourth-year project proposals. The scholarships are used to offset production expenses of the fourth-year projects. The scholarship is offered annually in the fall. All fourth-year production students who have submitted project proposals are automatically considered.
University Women's Club of Toronto Scholarship
Donor: University Women's Club of Toronto
An annual scholarship will be awarded to a female student enrolled full-time who either obtains an overall 8.0 (A) average in the third year with the highest marks in a program specializing in Canadian studies or has just completed her fourth year with the highest marks in a program specializing in Canadian studies and will enter graduate studies within two years.
Vanier College Convocation Prize
One or more book prizes will be awarded annually to a Vanier College student, or students, graduating summa cum laude, who has/have made outstanding contribution to the life of the college and the University, receiving the highest grade point average in classical studies, religious studies. Award to be presented at spring/fall convocation.
Vanier College Medal for Outstanding Contribution to the Life of the College and the University
Donor: Vanier College
This award consists of a commemorative medal and a book gift certificate and entry of the recipient's name on a scroll which will be kept in the college.
George R. and Mary L. Wallace Award
Donor: Friends and family of the late George R. and Mary L. Wallace
Named in honour of the late George R. Wallace, who was senior vice-president and chief actuary of the Zurich Life Insurance Company at the time of his death, and his wife the late Mary L. Wallace. An award will be offered in each of the following areas: the Actuarial Stream of the Mathematics for Commerce Program, the Operations Research Stream of the Mathematics for Commerce Program and the Applied Mathematics Honours Program.
Stanley L. Warner Memorial Award
The friends and family of Stanley L. Warner, professor of statistics and economics, established a memorial fund to celebrate his many contributions. Professor Warner always encouraged his students to look beyond the classroom to experience life to the fullest. He believed in excellence and was often heard in debate with students taking them in directions that they had never dreamed of. The Department of Economics, Faculty of Arts, will make a Stanley L. Warner Memorial Award each year to the student submitting the best essay in fulfilment of the writing requirement of the economics degree. Selection will be made in the spring by a departmental committee.
Westview Scholarship for ED I
Three scholarships are to be awarded annually to students who are graduates of Westview Centennial Secondary School and who are entering ED I of the Concurrent Program. Scholarships will be decided based on academic merit. Applicants must include a copy of their high school transcript to confirm eligibility.
Ian White Memorial Book Prize
Donor: Friends of the late Ian White
An annual book prize to be awarded to a second- or third-year student in the graphics area of the Department of Visual Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, based on excellence in graphics studies and with a minimum 6.0 (B) average. This is a fall award.
Eric Winter Award of Merit
Donor: Master's Office, Calumet
This award is given to a graduating student in a three- or four-year program who has maintained at least an 80 per cent course load with a 6.0 (B) overall average. Courses must have been taken as a member of Calumet College. The intention of this award is to recognize the student who, in the opinion of the master, has given exceptional service to the college.
Leonard Wolinsky Scholarships
Given annually to two York students for one year's full-time study in Judaica at an Israeli university. The scholarships are open to any full-time York student who has completed at least one full year at York. Preference will be given to students completing their second year of full-time studies and who are concentrating in Jewish studies. Enquiries should be addressed to Professor M. Lockshin, 238 Vanier College, telephone 416-736-5191.
Women's Canadian Historical Society of Toronto Scholarship
Donor: Women's Canadian Historical Society of Toronto
To mark its centennary in 1995, the Women's Canadian Historical Society of Toronto established this scholarship. It will be given to the Canadian or landed immigrant student with the highest overall average entering the fourth year of an Honours Program in History who has taken or will take at least three courses in Canadian history of which two are at the 3000 or 4000 level.
Yeomen Hockey Academic Achievement Award
Donor: Paul Erickson
This award has been made possible through the generosity of Paul Erickson, a York alumnus and former player on the men's varsity hockey team, as a means of encouraging academic achievement among student athletes who are members of the York Yeomen hockey team. The award will be presented in the fall of each academic year to the continuing undergraduate student who: is a returning member of the Yeomen hockey team in his third, fourth or fifth year of study; has achieved a minimum grade average of 7.0 (B+) in his previous year of study; and whose academic record shows the greatest improvement in cumulative grade average during the previous year of study. Where there are applicants of equal qualification/merit, the Selection Committee will choose the one with the greatest financial need.
Yeomen Hockey Leadership Award
Donor: Mr. Chris Kostka
This award will be presented annually to a member of the Yeomen hockey team who consistently exhibits leadership qualities such as courage and vision; is an effective communicator and motivator; and serves as a role model to other players on the team. The recipient must be a continuing student who has achieved a minimum grade average of 6.0 (B).
Yeomen Volleyball Excellence Awards
These monies have been generated through alumni donations and fund raising events of the Yeomen volleyball team (high school tournaments, player and coaches clinics etc.). These awards are given annually in the fall of each academic year to one or more continuing students who: are returning members of the Yeomen volleyball team; have achieved a minimum grade average of 6.0 (B) in their previous year of study. Preference will be given to those applicants who have demonstrated a high skill level in a starting position on the Yeomen volleyball team for a minimum of one season. Where there are applicants of equal qualification/merit, the Selection Committee will choose the one(s) with the greatest financial need.
Yeowomen Field Hockey Excellence Award
These monies have been generated through fund raising events of the Yeowomen field hockey team, principally an annual field hockey development camp (for athletes, coaches and umpires) and an annual high school tournament which have been staffed voluntarily by coaches, athletes and alumni. These awards are given annually in the fall of each academic year to one or more continuing students who: are returning members of the Yeowomen field hockey team; have achieved a minimum grade average of 6.0 (B) in their previous year of study. Preference will be given to those applicants who have demonstrated a high skill level in a starting position on the Yeowomen field hockey team for a minimum of one season. Where there are applicants of equal qualification/merit, the Selection Committee will choose the one(s) with the greatest financial need.
Yeowomen Volleyball Alumni Award
These monies have been generated through alumni donations and fund raising events of the Yeowomen volleyball team (high school tournaments, player and coaches clinics etc.) which have been voluntarily staffed by coaches, alumni and athletes. These awards are given annually to a continuing student who is a current member of the Yeowomen volleyball team and who has achieved a minimum grade average of 6.0 (B) in their previous year of study. The Selection Committee will consider financial need, demonstrated athletic excellence and number of years on the Yeowomen volleyball team as criteria in its selection. Where there are applicants of equal qualification/merit, the Selection Committee will choose the one with the greatest financial need.
York Independent Theatre Production - Arts Management Award
Donor: York Independent Theatre Productions
An annual award is provided for a student who during the academic year has displayed outstanding ability in the arts management field. Applicants must have a high academic standing and proven ability as a coordinator of one or more of the fine arts disciplines in the mounting of a performance production or exhibition related activity.
York Science Undergraduate Summer Research Awards
This award replaces the NSERC award and is designed to expose promising students to research in science with a view to further preparing them for graduate study.
YUFA Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships
Donor: YUFA Foundation and York University
A generous donation by the York University Faculty Association has made possible awards of substantial value to the top students in the Faculties of Arts, Atkinson, Education, Environmental Studies, Fine Arts, Glendon, Osgoode, Pure and Applied Science and the Schulich School of Business. The recipients will have completed between 60 and 90 credits at York University, achieved the best accumulative grade point average in their Faculty, and will subsequently re-register at York to complete their undergraduate degree program. The scholarships may be held only once and will be payable at the time of the re-registration. Students who are coregistered in the Concurrent Education Program will only be considered for this award by the Faulty of Education.
Samuel J. Zacks Scholarship Fund
Donor: Mrs. Ayala Zacks Abramov
This scholarship is awarded to a full-time student enrolled in either the History of Art, Visual Arts or Performing Arts programs in the Faculty of Fine Arts on the basis of academic and/or artistic merit, predicated on college affiliation of at least one full academic session. The scholarship can only be applied towards tuition fees. For further information, please contact the Masters Office, 317 Stong College. The Scholarship Committee and the Board of Adjudicators reserves the right not to make an award in a given year.
Dr. Peter Zaparinuk Memorial Scholarship
Donor: Dr. and Mrs. John and Eleanor Zaparinuk
The Dr. Peter Zaparinuk Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a third- or fourth-year music major in recognition of an outstanding achievement in contemporary music composition. The scholarship was established by the family of Canadian composer Peter Zaparinuk to honour his memory and musical legacy.
The Joseph Zbili Memorial Book Prize In Hebrew
In memory of Joseph Zbili, coordinator of Hebrew studies, this book prize will be awarded annually to the outstanding student in an advanced Hebrew course. The award will be made in the spring.
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