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    McMaster University
   
 
  Sep 23, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Calendar 2015-2016 [-ARCHIVED CALENDAR-]

Undergraduate Academic Awards



http://sfas.mcmaster.ca
awards@mcmaster.ca

OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS

Gilmour Hall, Room 120
McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario, L8S 4L8
Telephone: (905) 525-9140, ext. 24319

Questions? See ASK McMASTER on our website

The University Senate, acting on behalf of generous benefactors and donors to the University, bestows academic awards on entering, in-course and graduating students to encourage and recognize high levels of scholarship.

In recognizing such scholastic achievement, the University requires all recipients of academic awards to fulfill a set of general conditions, in addition to meeting the particular terms attached to individual academic awards. The general conditions and terms have been established to ensure equity in competition and a high academic standing. Any interpretation of  the conditions attaching to academic awards is solely the prerogative of the Undergraduate Council.

The University reserves the right not to grant an award in the absence of a suitable candidate, or to limit the number of awards where too few suitable candidates exist. The University also reserves the right to withdraw, or amend the terms of, any award, and/or to suspend granting of an award or to adjust the stated value of an award in years in which insufficient investment income is available due to fluctuations in investment markets.

Where the terms of such award become impossible to fulfill through obsolescence, then the University may amend the terms of same to carry out the nearest possible intent of the donor while still ensuring that the benefit of such award continues.

In accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and McMaster University’s Statement on the Collection of Personal Information and the Protection of Privacy, where notice is given, the University is permitted to publish an individual’s name, Faculty, program and award information. McMaster University publishes the names of recipients of scholarships listed in the Undergraduate Calendar, in the University’s Convocation program and other award publications. Further information can be found in the Collection and Disclosure of Personal Information section of this Calendar.

To view the undergraduate Awards Policy, go to http://www.mcmaster.ca/policy/AdminAcad/AcadAdmin/UG_Awards.pdf

Award Legends

UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS AND GRANTS
FACULTY
(SHOWN BESIDE AWARD TITLE)
CATEGORY OF AWARD AND GRANT
(SHOWN BESIDE AWARD VALUE)
A Arts & Science B In-course Awards
B Business C Part-time Awards
E Engineering D Specific Achievement Awards
H Humanities E Graduand Awards
HSc Health Sciences F Second Degree Awards
O Open to all students G Academic Grants
S Science H Travel/Formal Exchange by application
SS Social Sciences * Open to all undergraduate second baccalaureate degree students

Terminology

An explanation of the terminology used to describe Academic Awards is provided in the sections of the Calendar described below. Please refer to the Glossary  section of this Calendar for definitions of Continuing Students, Grade Point Average (GPA), Level, Post-Degree Students, Review and Reviewing Period.

Baccalaureate Degrees are those listed in the Degrees and Programs section of this calendar, the abbreviations of which start with the letter B, such as B.A., B.Com.

Failures are determined by reviewing period, not by Fall/Winter terms. They include failures in Extra courses.

A Full-time Student for scholarship purposes is an undergraduate student who is enrolled in at least 24 units in the Fall/Winter terms, including Extra Courses.

Graduand Awards are granted to eligible students on the completion of their graduating term.

In-Course Awards are granted to eligible students, based on academic achievement in other than their graduating term.

Part-time Awards are referred to under Category C. To be eligible for these awards, students must have been enrolled in at least 50% of all units attempted at McMaster, while fulfilling the University’s definition of a part-time student as described in the Glossary  section of this Calendar.

Reviewing Period for scholarship purposes, normally refers to work completed during the Fall/Winter terms. Please refer to the Glossary  section of this Calendar.

Session, for scholarship purposes, refers to the Fall and Winter terms.

Fall/Winter Average is a weighted average based on the grades attained in the Fall and Winter terms. Overload courses and Extra courses are included in the average.

General Conditions for Academic Awards

  1. The University Academic Awards listed below are provided exclusively for students entering, enrolled in, or graduating from baccalaureate degree programs at McMaster University. Continuing Students, Post-degree Students, and students enrolled in the McMaster Medical program are not eligible for these awards.
  2. To ensure a wide distribution of the limited number of awards, there are restrictions on the number of awards that a student may receive. An eligible student may be granted:
    1. non-monetary awards such as books and medals; and
    2. a travel or exchange scholarship; and
    3. an award granted on the basis of an application; and
    4. awards continued from a previous year (including entrance scholarships), except as provided by the particular terms of an award; and
    5. either one (major) award greater than or equal to the value of a Senate Scholarship ($800 in 2015-2016) and one (minor) award of less than the value of a Senate Scholarship; or two awards of less than the value of a Senate Scholarship; and
    6. an academic grant.

When a student is named the winner of an award but may not receive it because of the conditions listed above, the next eligible student will be granted the award.

  1. The monetary benefits of travel scholarships, awards won by graduating students, and awards such as books and medals will be disbursed directly to the student.
  2. The monetary benefits of awards, other than those listed in item #3 above, will be disbursed only if the recipient is enrolled in a baccalaureate degree program, or a specific program when explicitly required by the terms of the award, or in exchange units in the case of an exchange scholarship, at McMaster University in the next Fall/Winter term after the award was earned and will be credited to the student’s University account.
  3. Amounts in excess of the student’s monetary obligation to the University will be disbursed directly to the student after October.
  4. Awards credited to the student’s University account are not refundable in cash if there is an outstanding balance.
  5. Students wishing to defer the benefits of an award to a later term(other than an award for entering students) should apply to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships. Approval of applications is not automatic, and deferments are not normally granted for more than one calendar year.
  6. Students holding four-year, full-fees scholarships who choose to accelerate their program and to complete their degree earlier than normal by completing Spring/Summer term courses and who wish to employ the benefits of their award to defray the academic fees for such courses should apply to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships. Approval of applications is not automatic.
  7. Appeals on the basis of exceptional circumstances must be submitted in writing to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships. To submit an appeal, students must provide a covering letter outlining the situation and include relevant documentation which might include a letter of support from the Associate Dean/Director of the program and medical documentation if appropriate. The appeal must be submitted as soon as possible to the Undergraduate Council Awards Committee c/o the Awards Officer in Gilmour Hall, Room 120.
  8. The particular terms for University Academic Awards are listed in Awards for Entering Students, Awards for In-Course, Graduand, Part-Time and Second Degree Students and Academic Grants for In-Course Students.

Categories of Awards

Conditions for Award Categories

The award category of an award is displayed after the value. Example: $1,000 (A)

AWARDS FOR ENTERING STUDENTS (A)

Award Category A

  1. These awards are provided exclusively for those qualifying for admission, enrolled in 24 units or more of a Level I first baccalaureate degree in the Fall/Winter terms.
  2. A student who has enrolled at any post-secondary institution after graduation from secondary school will not be considered for an entrance award. An exception may be granted to students who withdrew before they actually attended another institution or before the deadline to drop or add courses.
  3. Canadian citizens and permanent residents are eligible for an entrance award regardless of where they complete their secondary school education.
  4. Students completing their final year of secondary school in Canada are also eligible. International students studying outside Canada are not eligible for these entrance awards.
  5. To be considered for an entrance award, students must obtain a minimum final average of 80% or equivalent in the secondary school credits required for University admission to their program of study and must apply for admission to the University not more than two years after completion of their secondary school diploma.
  6. Final admission average for entrance awards is calculated using the prerequisites for program of study plus the next best Grade 12 U or M courses to a total of six final grades completed by June 30th.
  7. Registration in, or transfer to, another program of study at any time may result in forfeiture, or adjustment in the value, of the award. Students are advised to consult with the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships and their Faculty Advisors prior to making any changes to their program of study or course load.
  8. Students who withdraw or drop below 24 units on or before December 31 will lose their entrance award.
  9. Recipients of a renewable entrance award must complete a minimum of 24 units in the Fall/Winter terms, obtain a Fall/Winter average of at least 9.5, or as specified in the terms of the award, with no failures, and register in 24 units or more in the subsequent Fall/Winter terms in order to retain the next installment of the award.
  10. Co-op/Internship students are eligible to retain their entrance award provided they meet the minimum course load requirement for their program of study as defined in the Undergraduate Calendar; however funding will be deferred until they return to full-time study.
  11. Once an entrance award is lost, it will not be reinstated.
  12. Students are eligible for a maximum of two entrance awards: one Honour Award plus, if eligible, one other.
  13. In addition to meeting the General Conditions, entrance award recipients will begin their studies in the next Fall/Winter terms. Students wishing to defer the benefits of an award to a later term should apply to the Office of the Registrar (Admissions) for deferral of both admission and scholarship. Approval of applications is not automatic, and deferrals are not normally granted for more than one calendar year. Students wishing to defer subsequent instalments of renewable entrance awards should apply to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships.

AWARDS FOR IN-COURSE STUDENTS

Award Category B - These awards are based on competition across the University or within a Faculty or program.

  1. These awards, which are granted in June or November, are provided exclusively for first baccalaureate degree students enrolled in 24 units or more during the Fall/Winter terms qualifying on the basis of work included at the May review (or deferred examinations resulting there from) in other than their graduating terms.
  2. Students choosing to graduate at the subsequent Fall Convocation will retain the transcript notation and monetary value of any donor-funded awards (e.g. The Accenture Inc. Scholarship). Recipients of University awards (e.g. Dr. H. L. Hooker Scholarships) will retain the transcript notation but forfeit the monetary benefit of the awards.
  3. Students choosing to withdraw after the May review will retain the transcript notation but forfeit the monetary benefit of all awards.
  4. In addition to meeting the General Conditions, a student must remain enrolled in 24 units or more during the Fall/Winter terms immediately prior to the May review and obtain a Fall/Winter average of 9.5 and have no failures.
  5. For students who are enrolled in 24 units or more during the Fall/Winter terms, a Fall/Winter average will be computed, which is the weighted average of the grades in all courses taken during that session. The Fall/Winter average will be used to determine academic standing for the awards listed below, unless otherwise stated in the terms of a particular award.
  6. The Fall/Winter average will be used to break any tie in the competition for awards which are based on another criterion.
  7. Co-op/Internship students are eligible for in-course awards provided they meet the minimum course load requirement for their program of study as defined in the Calendar.
  8. Students who participate in a formal exchange program are eligible for in-course awards on the basis of 15 units completed in one term at McMaster. In order to be considered, students should identify themselves to their Faculty by October 15 when they return to study the following Fall/Winter terms. Students on exchange for the full year may not be eligible. See Awards for Travel/Formal Exchange (H) for additional conditions related to travel and exchange awards.

AWARDS FOR PART-TIME, IN-COURSE STUDENTS

Award Category C - The following awards are based on competition across the University or within a Faculty or program.

  1. These awards, which are granted in June or November, are provided exclusively for part-time first baccalaureate degree students who have completed a minimum of 18 units and who qualify on the basis of work included at the most recent review in other than their graduating term.
  2. In addition to meeting the General Conditions, a student must obtain, at the most recent review, a Grade Point Average of at least 8.0 and no failures.
  3. The Grade Point Average will be used to break any tie in the competition for awards which are based on another criterion.
  4. A student is only eligible for one award per year in this category.

SPECIFIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS ALL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Award Category D - The following awards are granted based on competition across the University or within a Faculty or program.

  1. These awards, which are granted in June or November, are provided for all undergraduate first baccalaureate degree students qualifying on the basis of achievement during the Spring/Summer or Fall/Winter terms immediately preceding the May review (or deferred examinations resulting therefrom). Students must have completed a minimum of 18 units to be reviewed. Normally, these awards will be granted to In-Course students. A number of awards under this category are also listed under Category F for Second Degree Students.
  2. In addition to meeting the General Conditions, a student must obtain, at the most recent review, a Grade Point Average of at least 8.0 and no failures.
  3. The Grade Point Average will be used to break any tie in the competition for these awards which are based on another criterion.
  4. An award name ending with an * indicates that the award is open to second baccalaureate degree students.

AWARDS FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS

Award Category E - The following awards are based on competition across the University or within a Faculty or program.

  1. These awards, which are granted in May, are provided exclusively for graduating students qualifying on the basis of achievement in their first baccalaureate degree program.
  2. In addition to meeting the General Conditions, a student must obtain:
    1. Grade Point Average of at least 8.0;
    2. no failures in the courses last taken equal to:
      1. either the number of units specified in the Calendar for the final level of their program;
      2. or, if the Calendar does not specify the program work by individual levels, the final 24 units of work.

AWARDS FOR SECOND BACCALAUREATE DEGREE STUDENTS

Award Category F - The following awards are granted based on competition across the University or within a Faculty or program.

  1. These awards, which are granted in June or November, are provided for second baccalaureate degree students qualifying on the basis of achievement during the Spring/Summer or Fall/Winter terms immediately preceding the May review (or deferred examinations resulting therefrom).
  2. In addition to meeting the General Conditions, a student must obtain, at the most recent review, a Grade Point Average of at least 8.0 and no failures.
  3. The Grade Point Average will be used to break any tie in the competition for these awards which are based on another criterion.
  4. A number of awards in this category are also listed in Category D - Specific Achievement Awards, and are indicated by an asterisk after the award name.

ACADEMIC GRANTS FOR IN-COURSE STUDENTS

Award Category G - The following awards are granted based on competition within a Faculty or program.

  1. Academic Grants are provided exclusively for students enrolled in 24 units or more during the Fall/Winter session in a baccalaureate degree program at McMaster University.
  2. Students must be enrolled in 24 units or more.
  3. The entrance grants will be awarded to students with high admission averages of 80% or greater, and who demonstrated financial need. The greater financial need will be used to break any tie.
  4. The in-course grants will be awarded to students with high averages in the previous Fall/Winter terms of 9.5 or greater with no failures and demonstrated financial need. The greater financial need will be used to break any tie.
  5. Entrance and in-course grants are awarded in November to enrolled or continuing in-course students who have a complete OSAP file in the current Fall/Winter terms.
  6. A student may receive only one academic grant per Fall/Winter terms and will remain eligible for bursaries and scholarships.

AWARDS FOR TRAVEL/FORMAL EXCHANGE

Award Category H - These awards are based on competition across the University or within a Faculty or program. To be eligible, students are required to submit an application to their Faculty/Academic Area by February 28.

  1. These awards, which are granted in March, are provided exclusively for first baccalaureate degree students qualifying on the basis of work included at the May review (or deferred examinations resulting therefrom), in other than their graduating term.
  2. Students must be enrolled in 24 units or more at the time of application and must normally remain enrolled in 24 units or more during the Fall/Winter terms immediately following the travel or exchange for which the award was given.
  3. Students must have obtained a Grade Point Average of 8.0 and had no failures in the previous Fall/Winter terms to be considered. Previous summer grades and the Fall grades of the current term are also considered.
  4. Students normally participate in exchange programs in their third year. Approval of their Associate Dean/Director is required.
  5. Students participating in summer travel must have completed a minimum of 36 units at McMaster at the time of application. (e.g. 24 units in Level I and at least 12 units in the Fall of the current Fall/Winter terms.)
  6. Summer travel scholarship funding cheques will be issued to students by the end of April to assist with travel expenses. Students who make the decision not to travel as per their application must return the funds to the University and will forfeit their award.
  7. Exchange and Fall/Winter travel scholarship funds will be deposited into the student’s account in September once they have enrolled in their exchange or Fall/Winter courses. Students who do not go out on exchange or travel as per their application must return the funds to the University and will forfeit their award.
  8. Students choosing to withdraw after the May review will retain the transcript notation but forfeit the monetary benefit. Students who transfer to graduate may retain the monetary benefit.
  9. Students are required to submit a report of their travel experience by November 1st following their return to study to the Awards Officer in the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships.

Awards for Entering Students

The McMaster President’s Awards (A)

McMaster University will reward students with the highest academic standing in their final year of secondary school. Students must obtain a final admission average of 95% or higher to their program of study. No application is required.

Value: $2,500

The McMaster Honour Awards (A)

McMaster University will reward students with high academic standing in their final year of secondary school. Honour Awards are based on the final admission average to the program of study. No application is required.

  • 90 - 94.99% $1,000
  • 85 - 89.99% $750
  • 80 - 84.99% $500

McMaster Honour Awards are supported by the following:

THE ASHBAUGH SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1989 by bequest of Frederick K. Ashbaugh of St. Petersburg, Florida, in memory of Mary Eliza Kingston.

THE A.H. ATKINSON EDUCATION FUND SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2001 by the A.H. Atkinson Education Fund. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering.

THE CLASS OF 1952 MEL HAWKRIGG HONOUR AWARDS (O)
Established in 2001 by the Class of 1952 in honour of its 50th reunion. A maximum number of four entrance scholarships to be awarded each year to students enrolled in any Level I program.

THE CLASS OF 1956 50TH ANNIVERSARY ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 2006 by the Class of 1956 in honour of its 50th anniversary. Two scholarships to be awarded to students enrolled in any Level I program.

THE COCA-COLA SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1998 by Coca-Cola Bottling Ltd. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students enrolled in any program of study.

THE HELEN M. CURREY SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1941 by bequest of Helen Maud Currey of Drumbo, Ontario. To be awarded every four years.

THE DE VILLIERS - MAHAFFY MERIT AWARDS (O, S, H)
Established in 1991 in memory of Nina De Villiers and Leslie Mahaffy of Burlington, by contributions from the local community and the employees of several area companies including Searle Canada, Boehringer Ingelheim, Smithkline Beecham, Monsanto and the Royal Bank. Two scholarships to be awarded to outstanding students graduating from a secondary school in the Halton Region; (a) one to a student enrolled in any program of study; and (b) one to a student enrolled in  Science I or Music I. Preference will be given to female students.

THE DUNDAS SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1984 from funds donated anonymously. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students from Dundas and surrounding area enrolled in any program of study. The recipient of this award is eligible to receive additional aid through the corresponding Supplementary Bursary Aid Fund if he/she demonstrates financial need. Please see the section on Supplementary Bursary Aid for Award Recipients  in the Student Financial Aid section of this Calendar.

THE GEORGE AND NORA ELWIN SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1979 by bequest of George and Nora Elwin of Hamilton.

THE EILEEN GRAY FARLEY SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1998 by Eileen Gray Farley (Class of ‘43 and winner of the D.E. Thomson Scholarship) in memory of Mr. D. E. Thomson who exemplified a generous spirit of giving throughout his life and established the D.E. Thomson Scholarship in 1909. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities.

THE FORTINOS SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Established in 1990 by John Fortino. To be awarded to an outstanding student enrolled in the School of Business.

THE H.P. FRID SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1982 by the family of H.P. Frid in her memory. To be awarded to a promising student enrolled in any program of study.

THE GENERAL MOTORS ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS (E)
Established in 1999 by General Motors of Canada Limited. A variable number to be awarded to female students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering.

THE JOHN HODGINS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 1985 by his wife, Jean, in memory of Dr. John W. Hodgins in recognition of his extraordinary contributions in founding the Faculty of Engineering which he served with distinction as the first Dean. To be awarded to an outstanding student enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering.

THE NELLIE P. HOGG SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1965 by bequest of Nellie P. Hogg of Hamilton. One scholarship to be awarded to a female student enrolled in any program of study.

THE CATHRYN E. KAAKE MERIT AWARD (O)
Established in 1988 in memory of Cathryn E. Kaake (Class of ‘78) by family and friends.

THE RAYMOND C. LABARGE MERIT AWARDS (O)
Established in 1990 in memory of Raymond C. Labarge (Class of ‘36) of Ottawa.

THE MARION LAING-KNOX ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 2000 by bequest of Marion Laing-Knox. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities in a program of study who presents an outstanding final admission average.

THE LLOYD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1956 in memory of Henry Hoyes and Lizzie Lloyd by their children. Grade 12 U or M subjects to be included are: Physics, Chemistry, two credits of Mathematics, and either Biology or a third credit of Mathematics.

THE JOSEPHINE MAGEE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1959 by bequest of Josephine Magee of Hamilton. To be awarded on the basis of general proficiency in the subjects required for admission to students from any province or territory of Canada.

THE ALBERT MATTHEWS SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1920. Grade 12 U or M subjects to be included are Latin and a language other than English.

THE HAROLD MATTHEWS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1917. Grade 12 U or M subjects to be included are French and either German or Spanish.

THE ISABELLA CAMPBELL MCNEE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1915 and augmented in 1926. Grade 12 U or M subjects to be included are three credits of Mathematics and Physics.

THE MOULTON COLLEGE ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1980 from funds originally subscribed by the Alumnae of Moulton College during the years 1946 to 1949. To be awarded to a female student enrolled in any program of study.

THE ALVIN I. OGILVIE SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1984 by bequest of Alvin I. Ogilvie of Hamilton. Five scholarships to be awarded to students enrolled in any program of study.

THE LILLIAN AND LEROY PAGE SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 1982 by donation of the Lillian and Leroy Page Foundation for a student from the Hamilton area enrolled in the Faculty of Science.

THE LESLIE A. PRINCE MERIT AWARDS (O)
Established in 1979 in honour of Leslie A. Prince, Dean of Students, by his friends and colleagues upon the occasion of his retirement and in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the University community. Two to be awarded.

THE A.G. REILLY SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1991 by bequest of Lois E. Reilly of Toronto. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students enrolled in any program of study.

THE D.E. THOMSON SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1909 and augmented in 1915. Grade 12 U or M subjects to be included are English and either Latin or French.

THE TYNOWSKI SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1989 by the University, friends and colleagues of Olga Tynowski, for her outstanding contributions to McMaster University during 46 years of service. To be awarded to an outstanding student enrolled in any program of study.

THE WALLINGFORD HALL ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1993. To be awarded to a student enrolled in any program of study.

THE WHEELER SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1915. Grade 12 U or M subjects to be included are: History, English and a language other than English.

International Students’ Awards

The following awards are provided exclusively for international students qualifying for admission to Level I of a first baccalaureate degree program.

THE NICHOLAS AND JANICE BRATHWAITE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 2012 by Mr. Nicholas Brathwaite B.Sc. (Hon.) (Class of ‘82) and his wife Janice to support students from Grenada in pursuing an undergraduate degree. To be awarded to students enrolled in any Level I program. The award is tenable for up to four years with special consideration for students undertaking a five-year undergraduate program. Recipients must remain enrolled in 24 units or more, meet the minimum course load requirement as outlined in the Undergraduate Calendar, and obtain a Grade Point Average of 8.0 or greater to retain the award.
Value: up to $40,000 (A) (20278)
Eligible students must apply to McMaster through the Ontario University Application Centre, using Form OUAC 105F (www.ouac.on.ca/ouac-105/). In addition, the PETNA Foundation will notify McMaster University’s Director, Student Financial Aid & Scholarships of the names of the student(s) who are applying.

THE CARIBBEAN ALUMNI ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 2012 through the generous support of the McMaster University’s Caribbean alumni. To be awarded to a visa student from a Caribbean nation belonging to the CARICOM Community enrolled in Level I of any program with the highest admission average.
Value: $1,800 (A) (20277)

THE McMASTER CHINESE ALUMNI - PETER GEORGE INTERNATIONAL ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1999 by Chinese Alumni (Toronto Chapter) of McMaster University. A variable number to be awarded to visa students enrolled in Level I of any program.
Value: $1,000 (A) (20191)

THE NG MAN-CHUNG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (O)
Established in 2000 by Joe Ng Engineering Limited in memory of Joe Ng’s father Ng Man-Chung. A variable number to be awarded to visa students enrolled in Level I. Up to eight scholarships in the Faculty of Engineering  and up to four scholarships in any other Faculty.
Value: $2,000 (A) (20188)

THE TAYLOR’S EDUCATION GROUP ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 2010 by Dato’ Loy Teik Ngan (Class of ‘84). To be awarded to a graduate or transfer student from Taylor’s Education Group in Malaysia who has been accepted as a visa student to any undergraduate program of study on the recommendation of the College.
Value: $20,000 ($5,000 per year) (A) (20223)

THE WOO FAMILY INTERNATIONAL ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1999 by Mr. Chung How Woo in honour of his late wife, Mrs. Ching Yung Chiu-Woo, mother and mother-in-law of four McMaster graduates. A variable number to be awarded to visa students enrolled in Level I of any program.

Value: $2,000 (A) (20190)

Music Awards

THE JOAN FRANCES BOWLING ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS (H)
Established in 1997 from the estate of Marie Bowling in memory of her daughter, Joan Frances Bowling. Two scholarships to be awarded to students enrolled in Music I, who in the judgment of the School of the Arts, have demonstrated excellence in classical music.
Value: $1,600 each (A) (20059)

THE MERRILL FRANCIS GAGE ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1982 from the estate of Merrill Francis Gage of Hamilton. To be awarded to a keyboard student enrolled in Music I who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts, has attained outstanding musical proficiency.
Value: $900 (A) (20272)

THE FRANK THOROLFSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS (H)
Established in 1978 in memory of Professor Frank Thorolfson, first Chair of the Department of Music. Two scholarships to be awarded to students enrolled in Music I who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts, have attained high scholastic achievement and musical proficiency.
Value: $1,000 each (A) (20028)

THE VICTOR WILSON SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 2009 in memory of his father, Victor Wilson, by Steve Wilson (Class of ‘85) and his wife Tina (Class of ‘86) and their family. Two scholarships to be awarded to students enrolled in Music I who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts, demonstrates excellence in Music and strength of character; one to a piano student and one to an orchestral student.
Value: $1,000 each (A) (20204)

Other Entrance Awards

THE ADELLA MARGARET BRAGG SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 2010 by bequest of Adella Margaret Bragg. To be awarded to a female student from the Six Nations of the Grand River territory enrolled at McMaster University in any undergraduate program. The award is tenable up to four years.
Value: $1,500 per year (A) (to a maximum of $6,000) (20233)

THE DALVI FAMILY ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2014 by Ashok Dalvi, PhD (Class of ‘71), to celebrate his family’s history and accomplishments at McMaster University. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who achieve a minimum final admission average of 90%.
Value: $6,000 (A) (20281)
Note: Students who wish to be considered for this award will apply to the Faculty of Engineering. The application process will be determined and administered by the Faculty.

THE HATCH SCHOLARSHIPS (E)
Established in 2008 by HATCH Ltd. Four scholarships to be awarded annually to students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering. These awards are renewable for three years at the same value provided the students remain in 24 units or more, and achieve a Fall/Winter average of 9.5 with no failures.
Value: $48,000 each (A) ($12,000 per year) (20198)
Note: Students who wish to be considered for this award will apply to the Faculty of Engineering . The application process will be determined and administered by the Faculty.

THE HATCH SCHOLARSHIP FOR ABORIGINAL STUDENTS (O)
Established in 2012 by HATCH. To be awarded to an Aboriginal (status or non-status First Nations, Métis, or Inuit) student enrolled at McMaster University in any undergraduate program. Preference is to be given to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering. These awards are renewable for three years at the same value provided the students remain enrolled in 24 units or more, and achieve a Grade Point Average of 8.0 with no failures.
Value: $32,000 ($8,000 each year) (A) (20276)
Applications are due to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15.

THE JOSEPH IP ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2014 by Joe Ip, B.Eng. (Class of ‘79), M.Eng (Class of ‘81). To be awarded to students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who achieve a minimum final admission average of 95%, and who demonstrate leadership experience and involvement in extracurricular activities.
Value: $10,000 (A) (20282)
Note: Students who wish to be considered for this award will apply to the Faculty of Engineering. The application process will be determined and administered by the Faculty.

THE ONTARIO PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATION ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 1961 by the Ontario Professional Engineers Foundation for Education. Two scholarships to be awarded, one to a female student and one to a male student, enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering .
Value: $1,000 each (A) (20027)

THE DOMINIC ROSART SCHOLARSHIP (HSC)
Established in 2002 by Mrs. Patsy Rosart in loving memory of her husband Dominic Rosart. To be awarded to the student enrolled in Level I of program of study in the Faculty of Health Sciences  who has the highest final admission average and is eligible for OSAP or an equivalent provincial student assistance program, Award is tenable for up to four years provided the recipient maintains a Fall/Winter average of 9.5.
Value: $20,000 ($5,000 per year ) (A) (20132)

THE SCHULICH LEADER SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 2012 by The United Jewish Welfare Fund of Toronto through funding from Seymour Schulich. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering  or the Faculty of Science  in the areas of science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) who, in the judgment of the Faculties, have demonstrated academic excellence and/or leadership in school life or community life, or have provided evidence of entrepreneurial talent. The scholarship is renewable for three years at the same value provided the recipient remains enrolled in 24 units or more and demonstrates notable academic achievement.
Value: Faculty of Engineering   $80,000 ($20,000 per year) (A) (20279)
          Faculty of Science        $60,000 ($15,000 per year) (A) (20259)

High School students complete an on-line application at www.schulichleaders.com in February.

Awards for In-Course, Graduand, Part-Time and Second Degree Students

No application is required for any award unless noted in the listing of Undergraduate Awards and Academic Grants by Faculty .

An award name ending with an * indicates that the award is open to both full-time and part-time second baccalaureate degree students.

THE ACCENTURE INC. SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1998 by Andersen Consulting. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the final year of study who, in the judgment of a Selection Committee, demonstrates a strong interest in Management Information Systems and qualities of leadership through service to McMaster University and/or the community in athletic, professional or social organizations.
Value: $850 (D) (40142)
Applications may be submitted at the end of their penultimate level to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE* (O)
Established in 1998. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students who, in the judgment of the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) , demonstrate outstanding academic achievement. Preference will be given to first-degree students.
Value: $800 (D, F) (40085)
Students who wish to be considered for this award must be enrolled with the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) . Applications may be submitted at the end of Levels I, II, III & IV (or V if in a 5-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE ACI (ONTARIO CHAPTER) SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 1992 by the American Concrete Institute (Ontario Chapter). To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level III of the Civil Engineering program who, in the judgment of the Department of Civil Engineering , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and knowledge of concrete technology.
Value: $500 (B) (30337)

THE AIR LIQUIDE CANADA INC. SCHOLARSHIPS (E)
Established in 1999 by Air Liquide Canada. One scholarship to be awarded to a student in a Level II or III program in Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering and/or Mechanical Engineering who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Engineering , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. The recipient must attain a minimum Fall/Winter average of 9.5 at the most recent Fall/Winter terms.
Value: $1,500 (B) (30258)

THE HENRIETTA ALDERSON SCHOLARSHIP (HSC)
Established in 2002 in memory of Henrietta Jane Alderson. Two scholarships to be awarded to students in the B.Sc.N. program who are enrolled in Level II (A Stream) or Level IV (B and C Streams) and, in the judgment of the School of Nursing , have demonstrated exceptional achievement in required science courses.
Value: $3,500 each (B) (30379)

THE A.G. ALEXANDER SCHOLARSHIPS (H)
Established in 1938 and augmented in 1946 by Sir Douglas Alexander, and members of his family, in memory of Archibald Grieg Alexander. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed Level I and an additional 30 - 75 units on the basis of excellence in an Honours program in the Faculty of Humanities. The purpose of the scholarships is to enable the recipients to study outside Canada during the twelve months prior to the final Fall/Winter terms.
Value: $5,500 each (B, H) (35001)
Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE W.K. ALLAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 1994 in memory of William Kellock Allan (Class of ‘31) by his wife, Yvonne and augmented in 2002 by his family. To be awarded to a student entering in the final level of a program in Mathematics or Physics who attains the highest Fall/Winter average.
Value: $1,100 (B) (30221)

THE CAMERON D. ALLEN BOOK PRIZE (S, SS)
Established in 1978 in memory of Cameron D. Allen. To be awarded to a student in an Honours program in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences, shows outstanding achievement in climatology. Preference will be given to a graduating student.
Value: $200 for books (D) (40115)

THE MARGARET E. ORR AND EDWARD C. ALLEN PRIZE (H)
Established in 2011 in memory of Margaret Elizabeth Orr and Edward Charles Allen. To be awarded to a student enrolled in a program in English who, in the judgment of the Department of English and Cultural Studies, has submitted an essay on Irish literature that demonstrates the highest degree of analytical skill and critical insight.
Value: $1,000 (D) (40157)

THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1974 by the McMaster University Alumni Association and later augmented by bequest of Harold E. Amy. One scholarship to be awarded to a part-time student who has attained the highest Grade Point Average at the most recent review.
Value: $400 (C) (60015)

THE ALUMNI CANADIAN GEOGRAPHY PRIZE (O)
Established in 1985 by the Geography Branch of the McMaster University Alumni Association in recognition of Dr. Lloyd G. Reeds for his contribution to teaching during more than 35 years of service. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest grade in GEOG 2RC3  (or GEO 2HC3) (Canada).
Value: $300 (D) (40001)

THE AMBASSADOR OF SPAIN BOOK PRIZE (H)
Established in 1982. To be awarded to a graduating student in a program in the Department of Linguistics and Languages who, in the judgment of the Department, has achieved notable proficiency in Spanish.
Value: Book (E) (50002)

THE E.H. AMBROSE GOLD MEDAL (B)
Established in 1971 by Clarkson Gordon in memory of their former Hamilton partner, E.H. Ambrose, member of the University’s Board of Governors from 1957 to 1967 and its Chair, 1965 to 1967, and augmented by Mrs. E.H. Ambrose in 1987. To be awarded to the student in the graduating class of a program in Commerce who, on the basis of scholarship and leadership, is judged to be the outstanding member of the class.
Value: Medal (E) (50014)

THE ANATOMY PRIZE (O)
Established in 1992. 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.
Value: $1,000 and a medal (D) (40088)

THE ANTHROPOLOGY PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1982. To be awarded to the graduating student who has completed a program in Anthropology primarily on a part-time basis and who, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.
Value: $100 (E) (50004)

THE HERBERT S. ARMSTRONG MEMORIAL FUND (S, SS)
Established in 1997 in memory of Herbert S. Armstrong. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least 30 units beyond Level I who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences, has achieved notable academic standing and who has made a significant contribution to university life through extra-curricular activities.
Value: $100 (B) (30380)

THE ARTS AND SCIENCE PROGRAM BOOK AWARD (A)
Established in 1995. To be awarded from time to time to an Arts and Science student who, in the judgment of the Arts and Science Program Awards Committee, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in both arts and science.
Value: $75 (D) (40078)

 

THE EDGAR R. ASHALL SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1965 by bequest of his wife, Edith M. Ashall.
Value: $200 for books (B) (30162)

THE A.H. ATKINSON PRIZE (E)
Established in 1980 by Atkinson Engineering Consultants Limited. To be awarded to the student in a Civil Engineering program who achieves the highest average in CIVENG 3G04  and CIVENG 3J04 , taken in one term.
Value: $200 (B) (30001)

THE MAQBOOL AZIZ MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 2001 by family, friends and colleagues in memory of Maqbool Aziz, Professor of English from 1969 to 2000. To be awarded to a student in an English program who attains the highest grade in ENGLISH 2I06 A/B  (Modern British Literature).
Value: $450 (D) (40158)

THE BACHELOR OF HEALTH SCIENCES (HONOURS) PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIP (HSC)
Established in 2004 by students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of the Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) Program in the Faculty of Health Sciences . To be awarded to students in the Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) Program who, in the judgment of the program, demonstrate outstanding academic achievement. Preference will be given to students who have made volunteer contributions within the Hamilton and McMaster University communities.
Value: $1,000 (B) (30320)
Students who wish to be considered for this award should submit an application to the B.H.Sc. (Honours) Program Administrator by October 1.

THE LAURA BALDWIN SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 2005 from the bequest of Laura Baldwin. To be awarded to a student enrolled in a program in English who, in the judgment of the Department of English and Cultural Studies , has submitted an original literary work or poem that demonstrates the highest degree of literary excellence.
Value: $500 (B) (30313)

THE CHARLES MURRAY BALL SCHOLARSHIPS IN EARTH SCIENCES (S)
Established in 1991 by May A. Ball in memory of her brother Murray Ball. Four scholarships to be awarded to students entering Level II, III, IV or V of a B.Sc. program in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences, have attained notable standing. Ordinarily, not more than one scholarship will be awarded to any one program.
Value: $2,300 each (B) (30182)

THE BANK OF MONTREAL HUMANITIES MULTIMEDIA SCHOLARSHIPS (H)
Established in 1999 by the Bank of Montreal. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students entering Level II, III or IV of the Humanities Combined Honours Multimedia program who, in the judgment of the Department of Communication Studies and Multimedia, demonstrate outstanding academic achievement in the Humanities Multimedia program or great promise in the area of Humanities multimedia.
Value: $1,000 each (B) (30259)

THE J. DOUGLAS BANKIER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 1977 in memory of Professor J. Douglas Bankier by his friends, colleagues, and former students. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and at least 60 units of an Honours program in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics , who attains the highest Fall/Winter average and who in that term achieves a grade of at least B in STATS 3D03 .
Value: $400 (B) (30381)

THE WILLIAM AND LIDA BARNS MEMORIAL PRIZE IN HISTORY (H)
Established in 1969 by their son, William D. Barns, of Morgantown, West Virginia. To be awarded to the graduand who, in the judgment of the Department of History , has attained notable standing in an Honours History program.
Value: $150 (E) (50050)

THE REV. ALLISON M. BARRETT SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 2010 by her family and friends in honour of Rev. Allison M. Barrett to celebrate her outstanding leadership and devoted service as Minister of the First Unitarian Church of Hamilton, 1996-2008. To be awarded to a graduating student in Honours Religious Studies with demonstrated excellence in Western Religious Thought who, in the judgment of the Department of Religious Studies, has achieved notable academic standing and intends to pursue graduate studies.
Value: $1,000 (50115)

THE SCOTT BARTLETT MEMORIAL PRIZE (B)
Established in 1985 in memory of Scott N. Bartlett by his family and friends. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of the Honours Commerce Program and who has achieved high standing in COMMERCE 3FA3  and 3FB3 , taken in the Fall/Winter terms.
Value: $200 (B) (30134)

THE DR. CHRIS BART SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2010 by Tom Jenkins, B.Eng.Mgt. (Class of ‘82) and Toby Jenkins to honour Tom’s Business Policy professor, Dr. Chris Bart. To be awarded to students who have completed Level I with the highest Fall/Winter average and who are entering in a Level II Engineering and Management program. The recipient may not hold another scholarship of equal or greater value.
Value: $5,000 (B) (30399)

THE BASU MEDAL (B)
Established in 1984 in memory of Professor Sanjoy Basu by friends, colleagues and accounting organizations. To be awarded to the graduating student who, in the judgment of the School of Business, has displayed outstanding achievement in accounting and has attained an average of at least 10.0 in any four of COMMERCE 4AA3 , COMMERCE 4AC3 , COMMERCE 4AD3 , COMMERCE 4AE3 , COMMERCE 4AF3 .
Value: $1,000 and a medal (E) (50006)

THE M. BANKER BATES SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Established in 1975 by Dr. M. Banker Bates and augmented in 1978 in his memory by his family, friends and colleagues. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of a program in Commerce and who attains the highest Fall/Winter average.
Value: $1,400 (B) (30102)

THE MARION BATES BOOK PRIZE (H)
Established in 1967, Centennial Year, by the Alumnae members of the McMaster Alumni Association in honour of Marion Bates, Dean of Women from 1947 to 1965. To be awarded to a student graduating from an Honours program in History who, in the judgment of the Department of History , has displayed outstanding achievement in Canadian history courses consistently throughout the degree program.
Value: $85 for books (E) (50034)

THE BATES RESIDENCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Fall/Winter average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating term.
Value: $750 (B) (30155)

THE STANLEY T. BAYLEY SCHOLARSHIP IN BIOLOGY (S)
Established in 2007 by the friends, former students and colleagues of Stanley T. Bayley in recognition of contributions to research and leadership in the Department of Biology. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 70 units of an Honours Biology program who, in the judgment of the Department of Biology, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and has focused on studies in Cell Biology.
Value: $800 (B) (30330)

THE BARBARA AND RONALD BAYNE AWARD* (SS)
Established in 2001 by Barbara and Ronald Bayne to provide support to students who are engaged in practical learning experience as part of their undergraduate studies. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level III in an Honours program in the Department of Health, Aging and Society, has demonstrated outstanding performance in a field experience course and who, in the judgment of the Department, has demonstrated notable academic achievement and qualities of leadership at McMaster or in the community.
Value: $450 (D, F) (40106)
Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged to submit a resume to the Department of Health, Aging and Society by April 15th.

THE BEALE-LINCOLN-HALL TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1996 by Arnold A. Beale in memory of his parents F. Arnold Beale and Margaret S. Beale and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gould Lincoln and Commander Harley H. Hall, U.S.N. To be awarded to students who demonstrate high academic standing and are participating in one of McMaster’s formal exchange programs. Preference will be given to students enrolled in a program in Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Cognitive Science of Language, Commerce, Cultural Studies and Critical Theory, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Engineering Physics, English, French, Geography, History, Linguistics, Materials Science, Mathematics, Physics or Religious Studies and who demonstrate a lively interest in the humanities and the human and social implications of scientific developments.
Value: $2,000 (B, H) (35027)
Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE LYNNE BEAUMONT SCHOLARSHIP (HSC)
Established in 2008 by family, friends, and classmates in memory of Lynne Beaumont, B.Sc.N. (Class of ‘58). To be awarded to a student entering in the final year of study in the B.Sc.N. program who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing , has demonstrated notable academic achievement, qualities of leadership, and cross-cultural competence, and who will be completing a Level IV clinical course in an international or outpost setting.
Value: $1,000 (D) (40127)

THE BEAUTY COUNSELORS OF CANADA SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 1956 by Beauty Counselors of Canada Limited. To be awarded to the student who has completed Science I with the highest Fall/Winter average and who is entering in Level II of the Honours Biochemistry, Honours Chemistry, or Honours Chemical Biology program.
Value: $350 (B) (30008)

THE BENTALL SCHOLARSHIPS (0)
Established in 2001 by Dr. C. Howard Bentall (Class of ‘37) and Dr. Shirley F. Bentall (Class of ‘46). A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students in any Faculty who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement.
Value: $1,500 each (B) (30281)

THE LOUISE E. BETTGER SCHOLARSHIPS IN MUSIC (H)
Established in 1982 in memory of Louise E. Bettger of New Hamburg, Ontario, by her nieces and nephews. Three scholarships to be awarded to students in an Honours program in Music who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts , are outstanding: (a) one in the area of choral or vocal music to a student who has completed Music I or 30 - 75 units; (b) one to a keyboard student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 75 units; and (c) one to a student who has completed Music I and who has demonstrated overall musical excellence.
Value: $450 each (B) (30097)

THE CHARU LATE BHADURI SCHOLARSHIP IN NURSING (HSC)
Established in 2011 by Dr. Basanti Majumdar, M.Sc. (Class of ‘87) and faculty member of the School of Nursing  since 1971, in memory of her mother. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the McMaster nursing program who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing, demonstrates academic excellence and a commitment to the patient-nurse relationship. Preference will be given to students who have enrolled in, or completed, an overseas clinical placement in a developing country.
Value: $1,000 (40155)

THE J.P. BICKELL FOUNDATION MINING SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 2002 by the J.P. Bickell Foundation. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences, demonstrate an interest in the field of mining and have completed at least Level II of a B.Sc. program in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences.
Value: $2,000 minimum (D) (40129)

THE BINKLEY MEDAL (E)
Established in 2000 by the University, friends and colleagues of Margaret Belec (nee Binkley) on the occasion of her retirement and for her outstanding contributions to McMaster University during her 43 years of service. To be awarded to a student graduating from an Honours program in Computer Science who attains the highest Grade Point Average.
Value: $350 and a medal (E) (50085)

THE BIOLOGY ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (S)
Established in 2004 by the Department of Biology. A variable number to be awarded to students enrolled in Life Sciences I who, in the judgment of the Department of Biology , have achieved the highest standing in BIOLOGY 1A03  or the highest standing in BIOLOGY 1M03 .
Value: Book (D) (40113)

THE ABE BLACK MEMORIAL PRIZE (S, SS)
Established in 1982 by friends and colleagues of Dr. A.H. Black in memory of a distinguished member of the Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour from 1958 to 1978. To be awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour, has demonstrated outstanding achievement in PNB 4D06 A/B   (Senior Thesis), PNB 4D09 A/B   (Senior Honours Thesis), or PNB 4DD6 A/B  (Senior Thesis).
Value: $600 (D) (40076)

THE ABE BLACK MEMORIAL PRIZES (S, SS)*
Established in 1982 by friends and colleagues of Dr. A.H. Black in memory of a distinguished member of the Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour from 1958 to 1978. Three prizes to be awarded: (a) one to the student who attains the highest Grade Point Average in an Honours B.A. program in Psychology or Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour; (b) one to the student who attains the highest Grade Point Average in the Honours B.Sc. program in Psychology or Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour; (c) one to the student who attains the highest Grade Point Average in the Honours Biology and Psychology (Life Sciences) program.
Value: $200 each (E, F) (50000)

THE LEONE BETTY BLACKWELL MEMORIAL BOOK PRIZE (S, SS)
Established in 1999 by Dr. Bonnie Blackwell in memory of her mother, Leone Betty Blackwell. To be awarded to a graduating student with the highest grade in EARTHSC 3P03   (or ENVIRO SCI 3P03).
Value: $85 for books (E) (50096)

THE BRIAN BLAKEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1979 in memory of Dr. Brian Blakey, Professor of French, by his friends, colleagues and former students, on behalf of his wife, Dorothy. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest Fall/Winter average on completion of Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in Classics, Cultural Studies and Critical Theory, Theatre & Film Studies, English, French or Linguistics and Languages. Students must have achieved a B- in either LINGUIST 1A03  or LINGUIST 1AA3 .
Value: $500 (B) (30013)

THE HILDA DOROTHY BORMAN SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1998 by bequest of Hilda Dorothy Borman. To be awarded to a student studying piano who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts, has attained high academic standing.
Value: $1,050 (B) (30245)

THE DR. GARTH BOULTER MEMORIAL AWARD* (HSC)
Established in 2007 by G. Stanley Boulter, B.A. (Class of ‘49) and Irma E. Boulter in memory of their son, Garth E. Boulter, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the School of Medicine. A variable number to be awarded to students who have completed an overseas’ clinical placement elective in Level III of the Midwifery program and who, in the judgment of the Midwifery Program, have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership and social awareness. Preference will be given to students who have completed their electives in Africa.
Value: $1,000 (D) (40126)

THE JOAN FRANCES BOWLING SCHOLARSHIPS (H)
Established in 1997 from the estate of Marie Bowling in memory of her daughter, Joan Frances Bowling. Two scholarships to be awarded to outstanding classical music scholars enrolled in Level II and above of a Music program and who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts, have demonstrated excellence in Music.
Value: $1500 each (B) (30235)

THE MIKE BRAGA SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 2013 by Mike Braga (Class of ‘01). To be awarded to a student in the Faculty of Social Sciences who has demonstrated notable academic achievement and who, in the judgment of the Faculty, demonstrates a commitment to improving his or her community.
Value: $1,000 (D) (40175)

THE BRIEN SCHOLARSHIP IN PHILOSOPHY (H)
Established in 1944 by Dr. J.W. Brien of Windsor. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of an Honours program in Philosophy and who, in the judgment of the Department of Philosophy, shows the most academic promise.
Value: $475 (B) (30014)

THE JOSEPHINE STAPLES BRIEN SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1936 by Dr. J.W. Brien of Windsor. To be awarded to a female student who is entering in her graduating term and who qualifies on the basis of academic standing and interest in undergraduate activities.
Value: $350 (D) (40141)
Applications may be submitted at the end of their penultimate level to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE DR. AND MRS. F.R. BRITTON SCHOLARSHIP IN MATHEMATICS (S)
Established in 1962 by Dr. and Mrs. F.R. Britton and augmented by Mrs. Britton’s bequest in 1982. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 29-45 units of an Honours program in Mathematical Sciences who attains the highest Fall/Winter average. Tenable in Levels III and IV provided that the recipient maintains satisfactory standing in an Honours program in which mathematics, pure or applied, is the major subject of study.
Value: $1,200 ($600 each year) (B) (30051)

THE TEN BROEKE-BENSEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1990 in memory of Dr. James Ten Broeke and Dr. Roy C. Bensen, former Heads of the Department of Philosophy . To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 75 units of an Honours Program in Philosophy who, in the judgment of the Department of Philosophy, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.
Value: $1,000 (B) (30195)

THE DEBORAH M. BROWN SCHOLARSHIP IN BIOMEDICAL DISCOVERY AND COMMERCIALIZATION (HSC)
Established in 2012 by Canada’s Research-Based Pharmaceutical Companies (Rx&D) and EMD Inc., Canada in honour of Ms. Deborah M. Brown, Past Chair of the Rx&D Board of Directors and President and Managing Director, EMD Inc., Canada.  To be awarded to a student in the Bachelor of Biomedical Discovery and Commercialization who, in the judgment of a selection committee from the program, has demonstrated excellence in academic achievement.
Value:  $5,000 (D) (49002)

THE BURKE MEMORIAL RING (S)
Presented by science graduates of the University in memory of Dean C.E. Burke. To be awarded to a graduate of a B.Sc. program who is named to the Deans’ Honour List and who has made the most outstanding contribution to undergraduate activities.
Value: Ring (E) (50007)

THE CAE SCHOLARSHIPS IN COMPUTING AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING (E)
Established in 2001 by CAE Inc. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level II of a Software Engineering program who, in the judgment of the Department of Computing and Software , has achieved notable academic standing and demonstrated qualities of leadership at McMaster or in the community.
Value: $3,400 (B) (30282)

THE CRISPIN CALVO SCHOLARSHIPS (S)
Established in 1992 by Dr. J.S. Kirkaldy and Dr. W.W. Smeltzer. Two scholarships to be awarded, one to a student with the highest combined average in CHEM 2LB3  and CHEM 2PD3 , the other to a student with the highest combined average in MATLS 2B03  and 2D03 .
Value: $1,700 each (B) (30211)

THE BETTY TAYLOR CAMPBELL SCHOLARSHIP (S, SS)
Established in 1998 by William F. Campbell of Ottawa, Ontario in memory of his wife Betty Taylor Campbell, a 1937 McMaster graduate, an Olympic medallist in 1936 and 1990 inductee into the Athletics Hall of Fame. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I in a program in Kinesiology and who, in the judgment of the Department of Kinesiology , demonstrates academic excellence and outstanding athletic ability. The award is renewable for up to three years provided the recipient maintains a Grade Point Average of 8.0.
Value: $4,500 ($1,500 each year) (B) (30246)
Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged to submit a resume to the Department of Kinesiology by April 15th.
The recipient of this award is eligible to receive additional aid through the corresponding Supplementary Bursary Aid Fund if he/she demonstrates financial need. Please see the section on Supplementary Bursary Aid for Award Recipients  in the Student Financial Aid section of this Calendar.

THE ELLA HALSTEAD CAMPBELL PRIZE (H)
Established in 1978 by Mrs. Verna Caskey and Miss June Caskey in memory of Ella Halstead Campbell and augmented by Mrs. Edna M. Miller in 1987. To be awarded to a keyboard student, enrolled in any level of a solo performance course, who is outstanding in the judgment of the School of the Arts.
Value: $200 (B) (30048)

THE CFUW - HAMILTON MEMORIAL PRIZE (SS)
Established in 2015 by the members of CFUW-Hamilton on the occasion of the Club’s 90th anniversary. To be awarded to a female student graduating from a Political Science program who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.
Value:  $1,000 (E) (50127)

THE CFUW-HAMILTON PAST PRESIDENT’S PRIZE (E)
Established in 1976 by the Past Presidents of the University Women’s Club of Hamilton which became the CFUW (Hamilton) on the occasion of the Club’s 50th anniversary. To be awarded to the woman student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 85 units of a program in Engineering with the highest Grade Point Average.
Value: $1,000 (B) (30346)

THE CFUW-HAMILTON SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1945 by the University Women’s Club of Hamilton, now the CFUW. To be awarded to the woman student who attains the highest Fall/Winter average in the penultimate level of any program.
Value: $2,000 (B) (30150)

THE CANADIAN ITALIAN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HAMILTON-HALTON SCHOLARSHIP IN COMMERCE (B)
Established in 2013 by the Canadian Italian Business and Professional Association of Hamilton-Halton. To be awarded to a student in a Commerce program with high academic achievement and who, in the judgment of an Awards Selection Committee, has volunteer involvement in the community-at-large. Preference will be given to students who have volunteered in Hamilton or Halton Region. Not open to students in their graduating year.
Value: $2,500 (D) (40181)
Students may submit an application at the end of Levels I, II, & III (Level IV if in a 5-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE CISC ONTARIO/TELCO STEEL WORKS SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2005 by The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC). To be awarded to a student who attains high standing in CIVENG 4N04  and who, in the judgment of the Department of Civil Engineering , has an interest in steel structure research.
Value: $2,000 (D) (40116)

THE CANADIAN ITALIAN BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HAMILTON-HALTON SCHOLARSHIP IN ITALIAN STUDIES (H)
Established in 2011 by the Canadian Italian Business and Professional Association of Hamilton-Halton. A variable number to be awarded to students who, in the judgment of the Department of Linguistics and Languages , have demonstrated high academic achievement in Italian studies.
Value: $1,000 each (40152)

THE CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PRIZE (E)
Established in 1947 by the Chemical Institute of Canada. To be awarded to the student who is entering his/her final year of study of a program in Chemical Engineering and who attained the highest Fall/Winter average.
Value: $50, medal and certificate (B) (30016)

THE CANADIAN RENEWABLE FUELS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2012 by the Canadian Renewable Fuels Association to encourage the study and use of renewable fuels for transportation. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level III of the Biotechnology (B.Tech.) program and who, in the judgment of the program, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and an interest in the foundations of a sustainable society.
Value: $1,000 (D) (40156)

THE CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (CSCHE) SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2004 by the organizing committee of the 2003 CSChE Annual Meeting. To be awarded to a student entering Level II of a program in the Department of Chemical Engineering  who has attained the highest academic standing in Level I.
Value: $600 (B) (30362)

THE CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR CHEMISTRY PRIZES (S)
Established in 1947 by the Chemical Institute of Canada. Two awards to be made to students who are entering their final year of study: (a) one to a student in an Honours Chemistry program who attained high standing; (b) one to a student in an Honours Biochemistry or Honours Chemical Biology program who attained high standing.
Value: Medal and certificate (B) (30017)

THE CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MEDAL (E)
Established in 1998 by the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME). To be awarded annually to the graduating student who, in the judgment of the Department of Mechanical Engineering , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in Mechanical Engineering.
Value: Medal (E) (50112)

THE CANADIAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS (HAMILTON SECTION) PRIZE (E)
Established in 1987. To be awarded to a student entering the final level of a program in Civil Engineering who, in the judgment of the Department of Civil Engineering , has demonstrated participation in extracurricular activities and has attained high academic standing.
Value: Plaque (D) (40134)

THE CANHEIT 2011 NATURE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established by the Canadian Higher Education IT Conference held at McMaster University in 2011 to promote environmental sustainability. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level II in an Engineering and Society program and who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Engineering, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and an interest in the foundation of a sustainable society through the study of renewable energy, conservation or technological innovation.
Value: $1,000 (D) (40153)

THE DONALD OSCAR CANNON SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 2012 by the Cannon Family. To be awarded to a student enrolled with Student Accessibility Services (SAS)  who obtained the highest Grade Point Average.
Value: $2,000 (D) (40180)
Students may submit an application at the end of Levels I, II & III (Level IV if in a 5-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE NANCY CAR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP IN KINESIOLOGY (SS)
Established in 2001 in loving memory of Kinesiology student Nancy Car. To be awarded to a student entering Level IV of Kinesiology who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Science , has attained notable academic standing and demonstrated leadership at McMaster University or in the community.
Value: $450 (B) (30382)
Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged to submit a resume to the Department of Kinesiology  by April 15th.

THE GRACE DOROTHY AND WILLIAM P. CARPENTER AWARD (E)
Established in 2001 by the Hamilton Community Foundation. To be awarded to a student entering Level II in Mechanical Engineering who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in a Level I program. Preference will be given to a student who has graduated from a publicly funded secondary school in the Hamilton or Burlington area.
Value: $1,500 (B) (30284)

THE JAMES ROBERTSON CARRUTHERS MEMORIAL PRIZE (O)*
Established in 1984 in memory of James Robertson Carruthers (Class of ‘74) by his family and friends. To be awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the Department of History , attains notable standing in HISTORY 2R03  or HISTORY 2RR3  (United States History).
Value: $425 (D, F) (40025)

THE WILLIAM G. CARTER SCHOLARSHIP IN GOLF (O)
Established in 2006 by William G. Carter (Class of ‘50). To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I or above in any program with notable academic achievement and who demonstrates outstanding athletic achievement in men’s or women’s golf. The recipient must meet the eligibility requirements of the Ontario University Athletics (OUA). Not open to students in their graduating year.
Value: $800 (D) (40121)

THE CASEY FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2008 by the Casey Family. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units in Civil Engineering with a high Grade Point Average who, in the judgment of the Department of Civil Engineering , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in an Engineering course promoting sustainability or environmental stewardship and involvement in extra-curricular environmental initiatives.
Value: $1,000 (B) (30347)

THE NORMAN N. CASKEY MEMORIAL PRIZE (H)
Established in 1983 by Mrs. Verna Caskey and Miss June Caskey in memory of husband and father. To be awarded to a student who has completed Music I or Level I and an additional 30 - 75 units of an Honours program in Music and who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts, has demonstrated musical excellence.
Value: $150 (B) (30115)

THE CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS OF ONTARIO SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Established in 2010 by Certified General Accountants of Ontario. To be awarded to students who have completed Level II or above in a Commerce program at the DeGroote School of Business  with notable academic standing.
Value: $1,000 each (B) (30363)

THE MARIA CHAN SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES IN BUSINESS (B)
Established in 1999 by Professor Luke Chan and his family in support of students in the DeGroote School of Business  who wish to pursue academic studies abroad. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students participating in one of McMaster’s formal exchange programs who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Business, demonstrate notable academic achievement.
Value: $1,000 each (B, H) (35004)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE CHANCELLOR’S GOLD MEDAL (O)
Established in 1938. To be awarded to the student who has completed the penultimate year of any four or five-level program at the most recent spring review, and who ranks highest in scholarship, leadership and influence.

Value: Medal (B) (30022)

THE CHEMICAL INSTITUTE OF CANADA (HAMILTON SECTION) PRIZES (E, S)
Established in 1947 by the Hamilton Section. Two prizes to be awarded to students who have completed Level I and an additional 29 - 36 units: (a) one to a student in an Honours program in Chemistry, or Chemical Biology who, in the judgment of the Department, shows particular promise in Chemistry; and (b) one to a student in a program in Chemical Engineering who, in the judgment of the Department, shows particular promise in Chemical Engineering.

Value: $150 each (B) (30023)

THE CHIN-CHIN AWARD IN ELECTROACOUSTIC STUDIES/SOUND ART (H)
Established in 2011, the award celebrates the continuing artistic contribution of Chin-Chin Chen, the Taiwanese-American composer whose music degree is in both performance and composition. To be awarded to a student who has completed the Introduction to Digital Audio (MMEDIA 2G03 /MUSIC 2Z03 ) or equivalent and at least Level II of any program in the Faculty of Humanities who, in the judgment of the Faculty, has demonstrated a deep interest in the area of electroacoustic studies or sound art. Preference given to a student in an Honours program.

Value: $800 (B) (40172)

THE CIM INTERNATIONAL OUTREACH TRAVEL AWARD (HSC)
Established in 2006 by Michael P. Smith and CIM Limited. To be awarded to a student in the Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) program who will be taking Health Sciences courses in the following Spring/Summer or in the following Fall/Winter terms which include travelling and volunteering in underdeveloped, disadvantaged areas outside of Canada. The student must demonstrate contributions to the betterment of life through special initiatives.

Value: $1,000 (B, H) (35005)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th. A 500-word essay on the value of the experience in meeting the stated personal learning goals established by the student is required. Students should build into their learning goals a presentation to an external group after the travel is completed.

THE CITIZEN ACTION GROUP AWARD IN MEMORY OF HARRY PENNY (SS)*
Established in 1984 by the Citizen Action Group, Hamilton, to honour Professor Harry L. Penny, founding Director of the School of Social Work  and Board Member of Citizen Action Group. To be awarded to the student in a program in Social Work who achieves the highest grade in SOCWORK 4O03 .

Value: $1,000 (D, F) (40166)

THE CITY OF HAMILTON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT SCHOLARSHIPS (B)
Established in 1976. (a) Two scholarships to be awarded on the basis of Fall/Winter average to students entering Level II of a Commerce program: (b) Four scholarships to be awarded on the basis of Fall/Winter average: two to students who have completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units, and two to students who have completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of a program in Commerce. Recipients must have obtained all their secondary school education in the Hamilton-Wentworth Region.

Value: $800 each (B) (30383)

THE HUGH CLARK SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 1989 by Hugh Clark in celebration of McMaster’s fiftieth year since moving to Hamilton, To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in Social Sciences and attains the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $1,950 (B) (30068)

THE RYAN B. CLARKE POLITICAL SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 2008 by Ryan B. Clarke M.A. (Class of ‘89). To be awarded to a student in an Honours Political Science program who attains the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $1,000 (30345)

THE CLASS OF ‘37 TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP IN ARTS AND SCIENCE (A)
Established in 1989 by the Graduating Class of 1937 in celebration of their 50th anniversary and augmented by friends of the Arts and Science Program. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 72 units of an Honours program in the Arts and Science Program. Applicants should have demonstrated a lively interest in developing countries. The purpose of this award is to enable the winner to spend the summer, immediately following its receipt, working and/or studying in a developing country.

Value: $1,300 (B, H) (35006)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE CLASS OF ‘38 SCHOLARSHIP IN HONOUR OF AMELIA HALL (H)
Established in 1985 to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the graduation of the Class of ‘38 and to commemorate the contribution of Amelia Hall, the distinguished actress, to theatre in Canada. To be awarded to one or two students in Theatre & Film Studies who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts , have attained notable academic achievement and demonstrated the ability to make a strong contribution to the study of dramatic performance.

Value: $1,500 each (B) (30322)

THE CLASS OF ‘43 GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established by the Class of ‘43 in celebration of their 50th anniversary. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and at least an additional 60 units of an Honours program in Theatre & Film Studies who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts, has achieved notable academic standing and has made a significant contribution to theatre on campus.

Value: $1,000 (B) (30384)

THE CLASS OF ‘44 SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established by the Class of ‘44 in celebration of their 50th anniversary. To be awarded to the student entering the penultimate year of any program who has attained the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $1,500 (B) (30224)

THE CLASS OF ‘50 SCHOLARSHIP IN HONOURS ECONOMICS (SS)
Established in 1982 by members of the Class of 1950 who graduated in Honours Economics. To be awarded to the student who has completed at least Level II of an Honours program in Economics, and who, in the judgment of the Department of Economics , has attained a high Fall/Winter average and has demonstrated leadership in undergraduate extracurricular activities.

Value: $700 (B) (30027)

Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged to submit a resume to the Department of Economics  by April 15th.

THE CLASS OF 1953 50TH ANNIVERSARY SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Established by the Class of 1953 in honour of its 50th reunion. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students in Level II and above in a program in Arts and Science who, in the judgment of the Arts and Science Program, have attained high academic standing and demonstrated community involvement.

Value: $1,500 (B) (30264)

THE CLASS OF 1966 NURSING SCHOLARSHIP* (HSC)
Established in 2012 by the School of Nursing, Class of ‘66. One scholarship to be awarded to a student in the School of Nursing who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in any level.

Value: $1,000 (D, F) (40182)

THE DENTON COATES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (E, S)
Established in 1982 in memory of Denton E. Coates (Class of ‘70) by his friends. To be awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering , has demonstrated outstanding achievement in independent research.

Value: $750(D) (40183)

THE COMPARATIVE LITERATURE PRIZE (H)*
Established in 1988. To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the Department of English and Cultural Studies , has achieved notable standing in Level II comparative literary studies courses.

Value: $250 (D, F) (40008)

THE ELIZABETH PETRA COOKE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (HSC)
Established in 2006 in memory of Elizabeth Petra Cooke, B.Sc.N. (Class of ‘03). To be awarded to a student in a Post R.N. or Post R.P.N. program who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing , has demonstrated a commitment to the nursing profession as a frontline healthcare provider and/or to mentoring nurses as they further their education.

Value: $1,000 (D) (40120)

THE BEATRICE CORRIGAN MEMORIAL BOOK PRIZE (O)
Established in 1980 in memory of Professor Beatrice Corrigan by her friends and colleagues. To be awarded to the student who has completed at least nine units beyond Level I and who, in the judgment of the Department of Linguistics and Languages , has achieved notable standing in Italian.

Value: $125 (D) (40004)

THE CRANSTON PRIZES (H)*
Established in 1958 by William H. Cranston of Midland in honour of his parents, J. Herbert Cranston (Class of ‘05) and Eva Wilkins Cranston (Class of ‘07). Two prizes to be awarded for excellence in the study of Canadian literature: (a) one for the highest grade in ENGLISH 2G06 A/B , and (b) one for the highest grade in ENGLISH 2C03 .

Value: $175 each (D, F) (40011)

THE CREATECH SCHOLARSHIP IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (E)
Established in 2009 by The Createch Group. To be awarded to a student in the Faculty of Engineering  who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 66 units of the Honours Computer Science (B.A.Sc.) or the Business Informatics program with the highest Fall/Winter average. Preference to students who have completed Level II in the current term.

Value: $1,000 (B) (30351)

THE DR. CAMERON M. CROWE SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2013 by Dr. Cameron M. Crowe, professor emeritus in the Faculty of Engineering. To be awarded to students who have completed Level I with the highest Fall/Winter average and who are entering a Level II program in the Department of Chemical Engineering.

Value: $5,000 (B) (30412)

THE CSEP/SCPE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT AWARD (SS)
Established in 1993 by the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology. To be awarded to the student from the Kinesiology program who, in the judgment of the Department of Kinesiology , shows high standing in KINESIOL 2C03  and KINESIOL 2CC3  (Exercise Physiology) and either KINESIOL 4C03  or KINESIOL 4CC3 .

Value: Medal and Certificate (E) (50068)

THE MARGARET CUDMORE SCHOLARSHIP IN POLITICAL SCIENCE (S)
Established in 2010 by bequest of Margaret Georgina Cudmore. To be awarded to a student in the Faculty of Social Sciences who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours Political Science program with a high Fall/Winter average.

Value: $2,000 (B) (30366)

THE EDWIN MARWIN DALLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1965 by bequest of Edwin Marwin Dalley of Hamilton.

Value: $800 each (B) (30164)

THE DOUGLAS DAVIDSON SCHOLARSHIP IN GENETICS (S)
Established in 2006 by the friends and colleagues of Dr. D. Davidson in recognition of his many years of contributions to research and undergraduate teaching. To be awarded to a student enrolled in Honours Molecular Biology and Genetics who obtains the highest grade in MOLBIOL 2C03 .

Value: $400 (D) (40119)

THE D.M. DAVIES PRIZE (S)
Established in 1984 by friends, colleagues and former students in recognition of Professor Douglas Davies for his outstanding contribution to the Department of Biology  during 34 years of service. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and at least an additional 30 units of an Honours program in Biology and who, in the judgment of the Department of Biology , attains a grade of at least A- in BIOLOGY 2F03  and who registers in BIOLOGY 3R03  or BIOLOGY 4J03  (Field Biology) in the following summer session.

Value: $575 (D)(40099)

THE DAWSON PRIZE IN CHEMISTRY (S)
Established in 2010 by Dr. Wilfred Chung (Class of ‘75) and the Philomathia Foundation in honour of Dr. Peter T. Dawson, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry. To be awarded to a graduating student who, in the judgment of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, has attained outstanding academic achievement in a Chemistry program. Preference will be given to the student who exhibits a special aptitude and promise in the field of physical chemistry and/or has attained the highest standing in Chemistry.

Value: $800 (E) (50121)

THE TONY DEAN SCHOLARSHIP IN LABOUR STUDIES (SS)
Established in 2009 by The Association of Management, Administrative and Professional Crown Employees of Ontario (AMAPCEO) in honour of Mr. Tony Dean, M.A. (Class of ‘80) for his distinguished thirty-year career in public service in the Province of Ontario. To be awarded to a Labour Studies student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 75 units of a Labour Studies program and who, in the judgment of the School of Labour Studies, has attained notable academic standing and has demonstrated qualities of leadership at McMaster University or in the community. Preference will normally be given to a student who displays a commitment to social justice. This award is not open to students in their graduating term. A student may receive this award only once.

Value: $1,000 (D) (40136)

Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged to submit their resumes to the School of Labour Studies by April 15.

THE DEAN’S MEDAL FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE HUMANITIES (H)
Established in 2000 by Donald T. Betzner (Class of ‘52). Three prizes to be awarded to the graduating students who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Humanities , have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.

Value: 

First: $5,000 and a medal (E) (50083)
Second: $4,000 and a medal (E) (50124)
Third: $3,000 and a medal (E) (50125)

THE DR. RUDOLF DE BUDA SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 1989 in memory of Professor de Buda by family, friends and colleagues. To be awarded to students who have achieved high academic standing in an Electrical or Computer Engineering program and who complete a thesis or project in their final year or intend to pursue graduate research in the field of Information Theory, Coding or Digital Communications.

Value: $1,900 (E) (50100)

THE JOHN DEERE LIMITED SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Established in 1992 by John Deere Limited. To be awarded to a graduating student who, in the judgment of the DeGroote School of Business , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in courses offered by the Human Resource/Labour Relations Area.

Value: $2,000 (E) (50101)

THE DEGROOTE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ALUMNI UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Established in 2004 through the generosity of the DeGroote School of Business  alumni and friends. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I in the Faculty of Business who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Business, has achieved academic excellence in COMMERCE 1E03 , ECON 1B03  and ECON 1BB3 , and has demonstrated leadership ability through school activities, work and/or community involvement.

Value: $800 (B) (30309)

THE DELOITTE SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Established in 2000 by Deloitte & Touche. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of the Honours Commerce program who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Business, have achieved notable academic standing in COMMERCE 3AB3  and COMMERCE 3AC3  (taken in the same Fall/Winter terms), and have demonstrated qualities of leadership at McMaster University or in the community.

Value: $1,500 each (B) (30268)

THE DENTON PRIZE IN ECONOMICS (SS)
Established in 2009 by J. Stephen Yeo (Class of 1972) in honour of Dr. Frank T. Denton, Professor Emeritus in Economics. To be awarded to a student graduating from an Honours program in Economics who, in the judgment of the Department of Economics, has demonstrated outstanding achievement in Econometrics as well as overall academic merit.

Value: $1,000 (E) (50111)

THE AUDREY DIEMERT MEMORIAL BOOK PRIZE (H)
Established in 1991 by family, friends and colleagues in memory of Audrey Diemert. To be awarded to a part-time student who attains the highest standing in ENGLISH 2G06 A/B  or ENGLISH 2I06 A/B .

Value: $100 for books (C) (60005)

THE DISCOVERY OF LANGUAGES STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 2011 by Linda White B.A. (Class of ‘80), M.A. (Class of ‘83). To be awarded to a student who has completed at least 30 units beyond Level I in a program in the Department of Linguistics & Languages or the Department of French, and who has attained notable academic standing. The purpose of the scholarship is to assist students with travel and study for academic credit during the Fall/Winter terms in a country where English is not the first language. Preference given to those who are participating in one of McMaster’s formal exchange programs.

Value: $2,500 (H) (35023)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE MARGERY E. DIXON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 2003 in loving memory of Margery E. Dixon (Class of ‘35) by Geraldine Phenix. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level II of an Honours English program and who attains the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $2,000 (B) (30301)

THE LAURA DODSON PRIZE (A)
Established in 1985 by Laura Dodson (Class of ‘56). To be awarded to the student graduating from the Honours Arts and Science Program who has displayed outstanding achievement in both arts and science.

Value: $200 (E) (50031)

THE ROSEMARY DOUGLAS-MERCER MEMORIAL PRIZE (H)
Established in 1989. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of an Honours program in French and who has attained the highest average in FRENCH 2BB3  and one of FRENCH 2J03  or FRENCH 2JJ3 .

Value: $175 (B) (30124)

THE DUBECK BIOCHEMISTRY AWARD (S)
Established in 2004 by Dr. Michael Dubeck, B.Sc. (Class of ‘51) and M.Sc. (Class of ‘52). To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 58 - 75 units of an Honours program in Biochemistry who, in the judgment of the Department of Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, has achieved notable academic standing and has an interest in pursuing an academic career in basic biochemical research.

Value: $3,000 (B) (30415)

THE DUBECK CHEMISTRY AWARD (S)
Established in 2004 by Dr. Michael Dubeck, B.Sc. (Class of ‘51) and M.Sc. (Class of ‘52). To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 58 - 75 units of an Honours program in Chemistry or Chemical Biology who, in the judgment of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, has achieved notable academic standing and has an interest in pursuing an academic career in basic chemical research.

Value: $3,000 (B) (30416)

THE HORACE A. DULMAGE PRIZE IN PHILOSOPHY (H)
Established in 1976 in honour of Professor Horace A. Dulmage by his colleagues and friends upon the occasion of his retirement from McMaster University. To be awarded to the full-time student in Level II of an Honours program in Philosophy who attained the most notable standing in his or her Level I program.

Value: $200 (B) (30066)

THE JOAN JACKSON DUNBAR TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1960 by Mayor Lloyd D. Jackson (Class of ‘09), LL.D (Class of ‘55) and Mrs.Jackson of Hamilton in memory of their daughter, Joan (Class of ‘40). To be awarded to a woman student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in English for excellence in the work of the program (with emphasis on English). The winner must have secured all her secondary school education in Canada. The award is to be used for study and travel in the United Kingdom and Continental Europe during the vacation before the final Fall/Winter terms.

Value: $3,675 (B, H) (35007)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE JENNIFER J. DUNN SCHOLARSHIP IN GEOLOGY (S)
Established in 2012 by Jennifer J. Dunn (Class of ‘93). To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level ll in an Honours B.Sc. program in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences and who is pursuing experiential learning in geology through volunteerism, internship, and/or travel and study. Student must demonstrate a strong potential in geology.

Value: $2,500 (H) (35025)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE EDWARDS HALL RESIDENCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Fall/Winter average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating term.

Value: $750 (B) (30156)

THE CLARA I. ELMAN SCHOLARSHIPS (HSC)
Established in 2002 by Clara I. (Graham) Elman (Class of ‘46), faculty member of the School of Nursing  from 1949 to 1953. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed at least Level II in a program in Nursing who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing, demonstrate academic excellence and a commitment to the patient nurse relationship.

Value: $2,500 each (B) (30407)

THE CLARA I. ELMAN TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS (HSC)
Established in 2006 by Clara I. (Graham) Elman (Class of ‘46), Faculty member in the School of Nursing  from 1949 to 1953. To be awarded to students who are enrolled in Level III of a B.Sc.N. program and who will be completing a Level IV clinical course in a Canadian outpost placement.

Value: $2,000 each (D, H) (35008)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE HELEN EMERY SCHOLARSHIPS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (S, SS)
Established in 1990 by Miss Helen Emery of Barrie, Ontario. Two scholarships to be awarded to students in Level II, III, IV or V of a B.Sc. program in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences, demonstrate leadership and infl uence in addressing environmental matters. Recipients must have attained a Fall/Winter average of 9.5 or greater.

Value: $1,650 each (B) (30184)

THE ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES PRIZE (S, SS)*
Established in 1993 by the Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth in recognition of Metal Recovery Industries and Philip Environmental, Industrial Filter Fabrics Ltd., and Laidlaw Waste Systems. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest grade in GEOG 4MT6 A/B  (or GEO 4R06).

Value: $100 (D, F) (40070)

THE GABRIELE ERASMI TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP TO ITALY (H)
Established in 2003 by the Dante Alighieri Society of Hamilton, the Department of Linguistics and Languages, the Julian-Dalmatians of Hamilton, and friends, in honour of Dr. Gabriele Erasmi, distinguished Faculty member of the Department of Linguistics and Languages . To be awarded to an outstanding student who has completed Level II of a Humanities program. The purpose of the scholarship is to assist with the expenses of travel and study in Italy for academic credit at McMaster University. The applicant must submit a plan of study for approval.

Value: $1,000 (B, H) (35009)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE JOHN P. EVANS TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1991 by many friends, colleagues, students and graduates of McMaster University as a tribute to John (Jack) P. Evans upon his retirement as Associate Vice-President, University Services and Secretary of the Board of Governors in recognition of his 25 years of outstanding contribution to the University Community. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least 30 units beyond Level I of an Honours program with notable academic standing and has demonstrated a scholarly interest in some aspect of Asian languages, history or cultures, with preference being given to a student wishing to study in China.

Value: $1,500 (B, H) (35011)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE SUSAN FARLEY SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 2009 by the parents of Susan Farley (Class of ‘08) in her memory. Susan earned her B.A in Gerontology. To be awarded to a student in a program in the Department of Health, Aging and Society  who, in the judgment of the Department, has demonstrated notable academic achievement.

Value: $500 (D) (40130)

THE CHRISTINE FEAVER SCHOLARSHIP IN ECONOMICS (SS)
Established in 2012 by colleagues of Christine Feaver (Class of 1970), Honours Economics and Mathematics, in her memory, and in recognition of her long and distinguished career as a Research Associate in the Department of Economics . To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level I and an additional 60 units in any Honours Economics program with the highest Grade Point Average, and who is entering Level IV.

Value: $1,000 (B) (30402)

THE FEDERATION OF CHINESE CANADIAN PROFESSIONALS EDUCATION FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS (A, E ,S)
Established in 1988 by the Foundation. Two scholarships to be awarded: (a) one to a student in a program in Arts and Science, and (b) one, on a rotating basis, to a student in a program in Chemistry or Chemical Biology, Mechanical Engineering, and Physics.

Value: $1,000 each (B) (30163)

THE JIMMY FONG INTERNATIONAL OUTREACH TRAVEL AWARD IN ENGINEERING (O)
Established in 2006 by Jimmy Fong, B.Eng.Mgt. (Class of ‘82). To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of a selection committee, demonstrates high academic achievement, and is pursuing an international relief and development project under the auspices of Engineers Without Borders in an underdeveloped, disadvantaged area outside of North America. Preference to be given to a student in the Faculty of Engineering and/or a project in China.

Value: $2,500 (B, H) (35012)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th. The application should include a proposal for an Engineers Without Borders’ project and two letters of reference (one academic; one from Engineers Without Borders confirming membership in the McMaster Chapter). Upon completion of travel, a report is required from the student about the project.

THE NEIL FORSYTH PRIZE (E, S)*
Established in 1992 by The Steel Founders’ Society of America in honour of Neil Forsyth, president of the organization in 1990 and 1991, in recognition of his outstanding service to the steelcastings industry. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest grade in MATLS 3E04 .

Value: $120 (D, F) (40067)

THE BARBARA FRANCIS SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Established in 1985 by Laura Dodson (Class of ‘56) in memory of her sister. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and at least an additional 30 units of an Arts and Science program and who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in both arts and science.

Value: $400 (B) (30007)

THE HAROLD AND GERTRUDE FREEMAN SCHOLARSHIP IN FRENCH (H)
Established in 1981 by members of the Class of ‘43 as a grateful tribute to Harold A. and Gertrude Freeman; Professor Freeman was honorary president of the Class of ‘43 and was a long-time teacher of French at McMaster University. To be awarded to the student returned from completing Level III abroad as part of the Humanities Study Abroad Program and entering the final term of an Honours program in French who, in the judgment of the Department of French , has attained the highest level of accomplishment in knowledge of French language, literature and culture. The recipient must obtain a Grade Point Average of at least 8.0 and no failures in the review at the end of the Fall/Winter terms immediately prior to enrolling in the Humanities Study Abroad Program.

Value: $1,000 (B) (30054)

THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT BOOK PRIZES (H)
To be awarded from time to time to in-course students for proficiency in Level I French.

Value: Book (D) (40017)

THE FRENCH SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 2006 by James McCollum, M.A. (Class of ‘67). To be awarded to a student who is enrolled in a program in French and who, in the judgment of the Department of French , demonstrates high academic achievement.

Value: $3,000 (B) (30405)

THE KLAUS FRITZE MEMORIAL PRIZE (S)
Established in 1980 by friends of Professor K. Fritze. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of an Honours Chemistry or Chemical biology program with the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $350 (B) (30096)

THE MERRILL FRANCIS GAGE SCHOLARSHIPS (H)
Established in 1982 from the estate of Merrill Francis Gage of Hamilton. Two scholarships to be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 75 units of an Honours program in Music and who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts, has demonstrated excellence in performance on a keyboard or orchestral instrument.

Value: $500 each (B) (30408)

THE SAMUEL GELLER MEMORIAL BOOK PRIZE (H)
Established in 1999 by Libby Geller in memory of her husband Samuel Geller (Class of ‘33). To be awarded to a student who has completed Level III of an Honours Program in History and who, in the judgment of the Department of History , has attained notable academic standing.

Value: $425 for books (B) (30261)

THE R. LOUIS GENTILCORE PRIZE (S, SS)
Established in 1989 by the family and friends of Professor R. Louis Gentilcore on the occasion of his retirement from the Department of Geography. To be awarded to a student in an Honours Geography program in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences who, in the judgment of the School, has demonstrated exceptional achievement in regional geography.

Value: $550 (D) (40062)

THE GWEN GEORGE AWARD (O)
Established in 1997 in loving memory of Gwen George by her family and friends. To be awarded to students completing any Level I program in the current term who, in the judgment of a Selection Committee, have achieved notable academic standing and demonstrated qualities of leadership and service to McMaster University and/or the City of Hamilton, surrounding or world communities.

Value: $1,500 each (D) (40143)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Level I to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE GWEN GEORGE MEDAL (O)
Established in 2001 in loving memory of Gwen George by her family. To be awarded to a part-time student who has completed at least Level I of any program and who, in the judgment of the of a selection committee, has achieved notable academic standing and has demonstrated qualities of leadership and service to McMaster University and/or the Hamilton-Wentworth, surrounding or world communities.

Value: $400 and a medal (C) (60011)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Levels I, II and III (IV if in a five-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th. Students must have completed a minimum of 24 units to be eligible. Not open to students in their graduating year.

THE GERMAN CONSULATE TORONTO BOOK AWARD
Established in 2012 by the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany, Toronto. To be awarded from time to time to in-course students for proficiency in German.

Value: Book (40167)

THE J.L.W. GILL PRIZES (S)
Established in 1944 by bequest of J.L.W. Gill, B.A., Principal of Hamilton Technical School. Nine scholarships to be awarded on the basis of Grade Point Averages to students who have completed Level I and an additional 58 - 75 units of Honours B.Sc. programs. Ordinarily, not more than one scholarship will be awarded in any one discipline.

Value: $325 each (B) (30079)

THE GILMOUR MEMORIAL PRIZE (O)*
Established in 1927 by Year ‘27, in memory of Dr. Joseph Leeming Gilmour, Honorary President of their first year in 1923, and subsequently enlarged by his children. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest standing in POLSCI 4D06 A/B  RELIGST 2HH3 .

Value: $125 (D, F) (40019)

THE GEORGE P. GILMOUR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Established in 1987 by the Graduating Class of 1962 in honour of Dr. G.P. Gilmour (Class of ‘21), Chancellor of McMaster University from 1941 to 1950 and President and Vice-Chancellor from 1950 to 1961. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in the Arts and Science Program and who, in the judgment of the Arts and Science Program Admissions, Awards, and Review Committee, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and has made notable contribution to the campus or community by participation in extracurricular activities.

Value: $325 (B) (30058)

The recipient of this award is eligible to receive additional aid through the corresponding Supplementary Bursary Aid Fund if he/she demonstrates financial need. Please see the section on Supplementary Bursary Aid for Award Recipients  in the Student Financial Aid section of this Calendar.

THE GOVERNOR GENERAL’S ACADEMIC MEDAL (O)
Given by His Excellency the Governor General of Canada. To be awarded to the student graduating from a first baccalaureate degree program who has attained the highest standing throughout the program.

Value: Medal (E) (50022)

THE DAPHNE ETHERINGTON GRAHAM MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP IN ENGLISH (H)
Established in 1989, in memory of a former student and dedicated servant of the University, by her friends, family, and Professor Emeritus R.P. Graham. To be awarded to the student, enrolled for a first degree after completing Level I, who attains the highest standing in 18 units of English, all taken in the same Fall/Winter terms, with an average standing of at least A-, provided that the recipient is not the holder of another scholarship of equal or greater value.

Value: $975 (B) (30034)

THE DAPHNE ETHERINGTON GRAHAM MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP IN HISTORY (H)
Established in 1997 in memory of a former student and dedicated servant of the University, by her friends, family and Professor Emeritus R.P. Graham. To be awarded to the student, enrolled for a first degree after completing Level I, who attains the highest standing in 15 units of History, all taken in the same Fall/Winter terms, with an average of at least A-.

Value: $1,000 (B) (30231)

THE J.E.L. GRAHAM MEDAL (SS)
Established by the Faculty of Social Sciences  in 1982 in recognition of Professor J.E.L. Graham for his outstanding contributions to the Faculty and the University during 32 years of service. To be awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of Social Sciences to a student in the graduating class who, on the basis of scholarship, is judged to be an outstanding member of the class of Social Sciences graduands, and who has completed the program primarily on a part-time basis.

Value: Medal (E) (50029)

THE H.B. GREENING BOOK PRIZE (H)
Established in 1969 by bequest of Gladys Powis Greening in memory of her husband, Herald Benjamin Greening. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of an Honours program in Music and who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts, has demonstrated excellence in music.

Value: $100 for books (B) (30062)

THE GUPTA FAMILY INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 2005 by Kulbushan (Joe) Gupta and family. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to international students who have completed Level I and an additional 29 - 40 units with the highest Fall/Winter averages.

Value: $1,500 (B) (30311)

THE RICK D. HACKETT SCHOLARSHIP IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (B)
Established in 2009 by Professor Rick D. Hackett. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the DeGroote School of Business entering the 4th year of their program who, in the judgment of the School of Business, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in human resource management and organizational behaviour courses, and community service.

Value: $1,300 (B) (30353)

THE AMELIA HALL GOLD MEDAL (H)
Established in 1985 by members of the Class of ‘38 in recognition of Amelia Hall (Class of ‘38), D. Litt. (Class of ‘75), one of the great pioneers of Canadian theatre and a consummate actress, who performed on Canadian stage, screen, radio and television for 35 years. To be awarded to a graduating student who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts, has made a significant contribution to drama during the student’s University career.

Value: Medal (E) (50003)

THE ROSS HUME HALL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 2007 by family, friends and colleagues in memory of Ross Hume Hall, the first chair of the Department of Biochemistry & Biomedical Sciences . To be awarded to a student enrolled in a Biochemistry program who, in the judgment of the Department of Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, demonstrates research excellence and a passion for promoting human and environmental health.

Value: $500 (B) (30328)

THE RUTH AND JACK HALL PRIZE (E)
Established in 1983 by Jackie MacDonald in memory of her parents. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in Computer Science, or Level I and an additional 69 - 90 units of a program in Computer Engineering, and who attains the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $225 (B) (30131)

THE HALTON ROTARY CLUB / PYTHONS’ PIT ENTREPRENEURSHIP SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Established in 2013 by the Halton Rotary Clubs. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level I of a Commerce program and who, in the judgment of the DeGroote School of Business, has demonstrated an interest in entrepreneurship. Preference to be given to a student who has participated in the Python’s Pit.

Value: $2,800 (D) (40173)

THE RONALD K. HAM MEMORIAL PRIZE (E)
Established in 1971 in memory of Professor R.K. Ham by his friends and former colleagues. Awarded to the student who has completed Level I and at least an additional 60 units and who, in the judgment of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering , shows most promise as a materials scientist or engineer.

Value: $125 (B) (30128)

THE HAMILTON AND DISTRICT HEAVY CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS (E)
Established in 2003 by the Hamilton and District Heavy Construction Association. To be awarded to students who, in the judgment of the Department of Civil Engineering , have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and who have attained a grade of at least A- in CIVENG 4CM4 .

Value: $1,000 (D) (40184)

THE BRUCE M. HAMILTON AWARD (SS)
Established in 1999 by Bruce M. Hamilton. To be awarded to a student graduating from the Faculty of Social Sciences  who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Social Sciences , has made a significant contribution through extra-curricular activities to the benefit of McMaster University or the local community.

Value: $1,000 (E) (50117)

Students who wish to be considered for this aware are encouraged to submit a resume to the Faculty of Social Sciences  by April 15th.

THE HAMILTON CHEMICAL ASSOCIATION PRIZE (S)
Established in 1953 by the Trustees of the Hamilton Chemical Association in memory of Dean C.E. Burke. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of an Honours program in Chemistry or Chemical Biology and who attains the highest Grade Point Average.

Value: $150 (B) (30385)

THE HAMILTON INDUSTRIAL SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1958.

Value: $800 each (B) (30165)

THE HAMILTON PORT AUTHORITY SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Established in 1994 by the Commissioners in recognition of outstanding Canadian students who continue their studies at McMaster University. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of a program in Commerce who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Business, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and involvement in the local community.

Value: $1,275 (B) (30227)

THE HAMILTON TRANSPORTATION CLUB SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 2009 by The Hamilton Transportation Club in support of the McMaster Institute for Transportation and Logistics. The award has been created for the interchange of ideas regarding transportation and communication to increase the knowledge for the mutual benefit of the traffic field in general. To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement, research or activities in the areas of transportation and/or logistics.

Value: $1,000 (D) (40137)

THE HAMILTON UTILITIES CORPORATION AWARD (O)

Established in 2003 by the Hamilton Utilities Coporation to encourage excellence in research in the areas of energy conservation and alternative energy. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level I of any program who, in the judgment of the McMaster Institute for Energy Studies, has demonstrated excellence in research in energy conservation or alternative energy.

Value: $1,000 (D) (40154)

THE BILL AND RIA HART SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 2011 by bequest of Ria Maude Hart. To be awarded to a student in an Honours B.Sc. program in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in the area of environmental or ecological studies.

Value: $1,000 (D) (40154)

THE DONALD HART SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Established in 1985 by Mrs. Pamela Hart and Joel Jordan in honour of Donald Neil Hart (Class of ‘70). To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of a program in Commerce and who, in the judgment of the School of Business, has achieved high standing in the required Level II Commerce courses, taken in the Fall/Winter terms.

Value: $500 (B) (30386)

THE ALISE ALEXANIAN HASSEL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 2007 by family and friends in memory of Alise Alexanian Hassel, B.A. (Class of ‘98). A gifted young artist and graduate of the Studio Art Program who did not live to fulfill her potential. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and at least an additional 30 units in an Honours Art program who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts , has demonstrated outstanding achievement in Studio Arts.

Value: $800 (B) (30329)

THE HAWKRIGG FAMILY SCHOLARSHIPS IN BUSINESS (B)
Established in 1999 by the Hawkrigg Family. To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Business, has attained notable academic standing in Business I and demonstrated involvement in University or community activities, and outstanding athletic ability. This scholarship is tenable for up to three years provided the recipient maintains a Grade Point Average of 8.0.

Value: $7,500 ($2,500 each year) (B) (30256)

THE JENNIFER HEADLEY SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 2010 by Rochelle Coleman in memory of her friend and classmate Jennifer Headley who embodied and embraced the passion to enable policy creation to have a direct impact on improving lives around the world; her keen mind, lively spirit and commitment to all living things is honoured via this award. To be awarded to a graduating student in a program in Political Science who, in the judgment of the Department of Political Science , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and promise for a career in either public policy or international relations.

Value: $1,000 (50114) (E)

THE HEDDEN HALL RESIDENCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Fall/Winter average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating term.

Value: $750 (B) (30198)

THE ANNA MARIE HIBBARD SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1992 from the bequest of Anna Marie Hibbard. To be awarded to the student completing Level I who attains the highest Fall/Winter average. The recipient may not hold another scholarship of equal or greater value.

Value: $1,500 (B) (30361)

THE ROSE HILL SCHOLARSHIPS (SS)
Established in 1985 by the alumni, faculty and staff of the School of Physical Education and Athletics as a tribute to Professor Rose Hill, long-time teacher, coach and administrator in the School. Two scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed at least Level II in a Kinesiology program and who, in the judgment of the Department of Kinesiology , best demonstrate the philosophy of physical education espoused by Professor Hill throughout her career, namely, excellence in scholarship and leadership and participation in sport, dance or fitness.

Value: $1,200 each (B) (30130)

Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged to submit a resume to the Department of Kinesiology  by April 15th.

THE DR. SHIGEAKI HINOHARA SCHOLARSHIP (HSC)
Established in 2003 by Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara and the School of Nursing . To be awarded every three years to a student who has completed Level I in the B.Sc.N. Program and who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in health sciences and behavioural science courses. The scholarship is tenable for up to three years provided the recipient maintains a Grade Point Average of 8.0.

Value: $2,400 ($800 each year) (B) (30293)

THE DR. THOMAS HOBLEY PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1936 by bequest of Mrs. A. McNee of Windsor. To be awarded to a woman student on the basis of the Fall/Winter average obtained in the penultimate level of a program in Economics or Political Science.

Value: $300 (B) (30042)

THE PROFESSOR TERRENCE HOFFMAN SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2013 by Dr. Terrence Hoffman, professor emeritus in the Faculty of Engineering. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I with the highest Fall/Winter average and who is entering a Level II program in the Department of Chemical Engineering.

Value: $5,000 (B) (30413)

THE DR. HARRY LYMAN HOOKER SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1981, and resulting from the bequest of Dr. H.L. Hooker. Awarded for overall academic excellence (Fall/Winter average of at least 9.5) to students in undergraduate programs, with the exception of those in their graduating term and those retaining scholarships of $1,000 or greater. Each year quotas are established for each Faculty and other academic units in proportion to the number of undergraduate students who obtain a Fall/Winter average of 9.5 or greater.

Value: $1,500 each (B) (30043)

THE BERTRAM OSMER HOOPER SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1957 by bequest of Isobel F. Hooper. To be awarded in Arts.

Value: $250 (B) (30161)

THE NINA LOUISE HOOPER SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1959 by bequest of Bertram O. Hooper.

Value: $500 (B) (30200)

THE HUGHES SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1993 by Heidi Dickensen-Hughes in memory of her husband Peter Hughes (Class of ‘69). To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 75 units of the Music Program who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts, has displayed outstanding achievement in Music Education.

Value: $200 (D) (40069)

THE HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD (SS)
Established in 1998 by the Theme School on International Justice and Human Rights. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest grade in POLSCI 3Y03  or POLSCI 4D06 A/B .

Value: $275 for books (D) (40087)

THE HUMANITIES MEDALS FOR SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT (H)
Established by the University in 1982. Up to five medals to be awarded to graduating students in the Faculty of Humanities  in recognition of outstanding achievement in scholarship and contributions to the cultural and intellectual life of the University including such areas as the creative and performing arts and faculty government.

Value: Medal (E) (50026)

THE WILLIAM D.G. HUNTER PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1995 by family, friends and colleagues in memory of Professor William D.G. Hunter, member of the Department of Economics  from 1951 to 1984. To be awarded to the student who achieved the highest standing in ECON 3LL3 .

Value: $500 (40080) (D)

THE HURD MEDAL (SS)
Established in 1955 by Donald W. Hurd (Class of ‘49) in memory of his father, Dean William Burton Hurd and augmented in 2003 in his memory by his wife Alice Hurd. To be awarded to a student at graduation for distinguished achievement in an Honours program in which economics is a major field of study.

Value: Medal (E) (50027)

THE PAUL HYPHER PRIZE (B)
Established in 1988 in memory of Paul F. Hypher by his friends and classmates. To be awarded to the student in a program in Commerce who attains the highest standing in COMMERCE 2MA3 .

Value: $250 for books (D) (40039)

THE INTERMETCO LIMITED SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 1977. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 66 - 90 units of a program in Mechanical Engineering and who, in the judgment of the Department of Mechanical Engineering , has attained notable standing.

Value: $600(B) (30072)

THE INTER-RESIDENCE COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1995 by the McMaster Inter-Residence Council in recognition of the IRC’s continued support of the University and its students. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level I of any program who, in the judgment of an Awards Selection Committee of Undergraduate Council, has demonstrated notable academic achievement and has demonstrated leadership and influence in residence life. Not open to students in their graduating year.

Value: $400 (D) (40144)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Levels I, II & III (Level IV if in a 5-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE MUNICIPAL CHAPTER OF HAMILTON, IODE, MURIEL E. SKELTON AWARD (O)
Established in 1944 by the Municipal Chapter of Hamilton, Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest standing in a Level I History course.

Value: $150 (D) (40036)

THE IROQUOIS TROPHY (E)
Established in 1970 by the Department of Mechanical Engineering . To be presented to a graduating mechanical engineer on the basis of academic excellence, participation in campus societies, clubs, or other activities, and general leadership. A replica of the Trophy is permanently held by each winner. 

Value: Trophy (E) (50028)

THE ITCA COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT PRIZE (H)
Established in 1982 by Italian Canadian Community Involvement Incorporated. To be awarded to students who have completed at least 30 units beyond Level I and who, in the judgment of the Department of Linguistics and Languages  have attained notable standing in at least six units of Italian courses above Level I. The recipient must have graduated from a secondary school in the Hamilton area.

Value: $150 (B) (30387)

THE H.L. JACKSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 1989 in memory of Professor H.L. Jackson by his friends and colleagues. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and at least an additional 60 units of an Honours program in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics , who in the judgment of the department has demonstrated achievement in MATH 3A03  and MATH 3X03  taken in the same Fall/Winter terms.

Value: $425 (D) (40021)

THE BURTON R. JAMES MEMORIAL PRIZE (B)
Established in 1974 by his friends and colleagues in honour of Burton R. James (Class of ‘39), Controller, 1963-71, Assistant Vice-President - Administration, 1971-73, McMaster University. To be awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Business, has attained an outstanding Grade Point Average in a program in Commerce.

Value: $200 (E) (50008)

THE W. NORMAN JEEVES SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1987 by the French Section, Department of Romance Languages, in honour of W. Norman Jeeves, Professor of French from 1965 to 1987. To be awarded to a graduand of an Honours program in French who, in the judgment of the Department of French, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in the French component of the program.

Value: $475 (E) (50052)

THE EDWARD JENKINS AWARD (O)
Established in 2010 by Tom Jenkins, B.Eng.Mgt. (Class of ‘82) and Toby Jenkins in honour of Tom’s father, Edward Jenkins. To be awarded to students who have completed any Level I program, are current or former members of the Canadian Forces, or are the children or grandchildren of a member of the Canadian Forces, and who have displayed both academic excellence and community leadership. Preference will be given to students who are current or former members of the Canadian Forces.

Value: $5,000 (D) (40161)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Level I only to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE HERBERT M. JENKINS PRIZE (A)
Established in 1990 as a tribute to Dr. Herbert M. Jenkins, first Director of the Arts and Science Program, by his many friends, colleagues and students on the occasion of his retirement from McMaster University. To be awarded to a student in an Arts and Science program whose work, in the judgment of the Arts and Science Program Awards and Review Committee, best refl ects scholarship and the spirit of inquiry.

Value: $150 (D) (40096)

THE JENSEN MEDAL (S)
Established in 1995 by friends and colleagues as a tribute to Dr. Doris E.N. Jensen in recognition of her contribution in developing Cooperative Education Programs in the Faculty of Science and her 31 years of service in the wider university community. To be awarded to a student graduating from the Honours Biology and Pharmacology (Co-op) Program who, in the judgment of the Committee of Instruction, demonstrates outstanding academic achievement and excellence in co-op placements. (E) (50075)

THE A.I. JOHNSON SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 1977 in memory of Dr. A.I. Johnson by his friends and former colleagues. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 90 - 130 units of a program in Engineering and Management. Award to be based on distinguished academic performance during the student’s undergraduate career. Consideration will also be given to noteworthy contribution in extracurricular activities.

Value: $1,000 (B) (30335)

THE LAWRENCE AND KATHLEEN MARY JOHNSTON MEMORIAL PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1963. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of an Honours program in Religious Studies and who attains the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $250  (B) (30388)

THE ROBERT H. JOHNSTON UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP IN HISTORY (H)
Established in 2005 to honour Bob Johnston’s contribution to undergraduate teaching in history. To be awarded to a student entering Level II of an Honours History program who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Humanities, has achieved the highest Fall/Winter average in a Level I program.

Value: $800 (B) (30409)

THE FRANK E. JONES PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1982 in honour of Professor F.E. Jones for his outstanding contributions to the Department of Sociology. To be awarded to the student with the highest Grade Point Average in an Honours program in Sociology.

Value: $100 (E) (50020)

THE DR. JEAN JONES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (SS)*
Established in 2005 by family and friends in memory of Dr. Jean Jones. To be awarded to a  graduating student who attains the highest Grade Point Average in either the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Social Work or Bachelor of Social Work post-degree program.

Value: $800 (E, F) (50099)

THE DR. RONALD V. JOYCE “AMAZING” GRACE AWARDS (O)
Established in 2003 by Dr. Ronald V. Joyce ‘98 in honour of his mother, Grace Joyce. A variable number to be awarded to students in Level II or above of any program who, in the judgment of the selection committee, demonstrate a commitment to community service by volunteering during the academic year with children who have special needs. Preference will be given to those students who volunteer with underprivileged children. Not open to students in their graduating year.

Value: $2,500 each (D) (40145)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Levels II, II & III (Level IV if in a 5-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE DR. RONALD V. JOYCE AWARDS FOR ATHLETES (O)
Established in 2003 by Dr. Ronald V. Joyce ‘98. A variable number to be awarded to students who have completed at least Level I of any program who, in the judgment of a selection committee, have demonstrated outstanding athletic ability as members of a McMaster varsity team which competes in the Canadian Interuniversity Sports (CIS). Students must meet the eligibility requirements of the CIS and Ontario University Athletics (OUA). Not open to students in their graduating year.

Value: $2,500 each (D) (40117)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Levels I, II & III (Level IV if in a 5-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th. Include two reference letters, one academic letter and one non-academic letter from the coach of their varsity team with the application.

THE JURY PRIZE (H)
Established in 1941 by bequest of J.H. Jury of Bowmanville. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of the Honours History program and who attains the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $1,500 (B) (30093)

THE STANFORD N. KATAMBALA EARTH SCIENCES PRIZE (S)
Established in 1965 by contributions from friends and associates of Stanford N. Katambala, a Year III Honours Geology student from Tanzania, killed in a mine accident in Northern Ontario in September 1964. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of the Honours Earth and Environmental Sciences program and who attains high standing.

Value: $75 (B) (30143)

THE K. MAC GROUP SCHOLARSHIP (C)
Established in 2012 by Keith B. McIntyre, B.Com. (Class of ‘84). To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 57-69 units of the Commerce program who, in the judgment of the School of Business, has demonstrated academic achievement in marketing courses and an interest in the field of Marketing.

Value: $2,500 (D) (40163)

THE ERNEST ROBERT MACKENZIE KAY SCHOLARSHIPS (S)
Established in 1999 by Ernest Robert MacKenzie Kay. A variable number to be awarded to students in a program in Biology, Biochemistry, Chemical Biology or Chemistry who, in the judgment of the Faculty, show outstanding academic achievement. Preference will be given to students who plan to continue in the field of medical research.

Value: $800 each (B) (30254)

THE GERALD L. KEECH MEDAL (E)
Established in 1994 by his friends and colleagues as a tribute to Gerald L. Keech in recognition of his outstanding contributions to McMaster University during his 33 years of service in Computer Science and computer services. To be awarded to the graduating student from a program in Computer Science who attains the highest Grade Point Average.

Value: Medal (E) (50069)

THE ROBERT ALAN KENNEDY SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Established in 1998 by Robert Alan Kennedy. To be awarded to any student entering a Level II, III or IV program in the Faculty of Business who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement.

Value: $475 (B) (30243)

THE MARY E. KEYES RESIDENCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Awarded to the student with the highest Fall/Winter average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating term, who resides in the residence.

Value: $750 (B) (30299)

THE GEORGE P. AND LEATHA M. KEYS SCHOLARSHIPS (S)
Established in 1982 by Mrs. Leatha Keys. Two scholarships to be awarded to students who, in the judgment of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics , have demonstrated outstanding achievement in an Honours program in that Department: (a) one to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 24 - 40 units; (b) one to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 54 - 80 units.

Value: $750 each (B) (30334)

THE KARL KINANEN ALUMNI PRIZE IN GERONTOLOGY (SS)
Established in 1992 by the Gerontology Alumni of McMaster University in recognition of Karl Kinanen for his leadership in the development of Gerontological Studies at the University. To be awarded to a student graduating from a program in Gerontology who, in the judgment of the Department of Health, Aging and Society , has demonstrated high academic achievement and leadership in community activities.

Value: $50 (E) (50064)

Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged to submit a resume to the Chair of the Department of Health, Aging and Society  by April 15th.

THE KINESIOLOGY PRIZES (S)
Established in 1982. Two prizes to be awarded to graduating students who, in the judgment of the Department of Kinesiology , have submitted an outstanding paper or project.

Value: $100 each (E) (50058)

THE KINESIOLOGY PRIZE (S)
Established in 1982. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level III Kinesiology with a high Grade Point Average and who, in the judgment of the Department of Kinesiology , demonstrates outstanding academic achievement.

Value: $100 (D) (40041)

THE LORNA AND ALVIN KINNEAR SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2007 by Scott Kinnear, B.Eng. (Class of ‘88) and Betty Ann Kinnear in honour of his parents, Lorna and Alvin Kinnear. To be awarded to a student entering Level II of a program in the Department of Chemical Engineering  who attained the highest Fall/Winter average in Level I. The scholarship is tenable for up to three years. (To be awarded every three years.)

Value: $3,000 ($1,000 per year) (B) (30324)

THE MARC KIROUAC MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP* (H)
Established in 2006 by David Gerry and friends in memory of Marc Kirouac, B.A. (Class of ‘03). To be awarded to a student in Honours Art History who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and a passion for Art History.

Value: $1,000 (D) (40131)

THE KIT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1936 by the Hamilton Branch of the Canadian Women’s Press Club (now the Media Club of Canada, Hamilton Branch) in memory of the brilliant journalist and writer, the first president of the Canadian Women’s Press Club, Kathleen Blake Coleman, widely known on this continent as Kit. To be awarded to a woman student either on completion of Level I and at least an additional 30 units on the basis of journalistic ability or on completion of Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in English on the basis of Fall/Winter average.

Value: $200 (B) (30095)

THE J. BEVERLY KRUGEL SCHOLARSHIPS IN GERMAN LANGUAGE STUDIES (O)

Established in 2010 by Mrs. J. Beverly Krugel, B.A. (Class of ‘53). To be awarded to students with an interest in German language studies who, in the judgment of the Department of Linguistics and Languages , demonstrate high academic achievement in German language courses. Two scholarships each in beginner, intermediate, and advanced German language courses.

Value: $1,500 each (B) (30364)

THE KUDSIA FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2009 by Dr. & Mrs. Chandra & Wendy Kudsia. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement.

Value: $2,000 (B) (30357)

THE RUTH LANDES PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1982 in honour of Professor Ruth Landes for her outstanding contributions to the Department of Anthropology . To be awarded to a graduating student in a program in Anthropology who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.

Value: $100 (E) (50048)

THE LATIN PRIZE (O)*
Established in 1987 by Dr. John B. Clinard. To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the Department of Classics , has demonstrated notable achievement in LATIN 1Z03  and LATIN 1ZZ3 .

Value: $150 (D, F) (40031)

THE GARY LAUTENS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1992 by family, friends and colleagues in memory of Gary Lautens (Class of ‘50), columnist and editor of the Toronto Star (1962-92), the Hamilton Spectator (1950-62) and the McMaster Silhouette (1948-50), remembered as a journalist with wit and insight. To be awarded to a student who is completing any Level I program who, in the judgment of a Selection Committee, has achieved notable academic standing and has demonstrated journalistic skills in the written media. The scholarship is renewable at the end of Level II provided the recipient maintains a Grade Point Average of 8.0.

Value: $4,000 ($2,000 each year) (D) (40146)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Level I to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th. A 500 word essay and two examples of published material are required.
The recipient of this award may be eligible to receive additional aid through the corresponding Supplementary Bursary Aid Fund. Please see the section on Supplementary Bursary Aid for Award Recipients  in the Student Financial Aid    section of this Calendar.

THE DONALD LAVIGNE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (HSC)
Established in 2007 by Willis McConnell and Ray Skelton in memory of Donald Lavigne to honour his dedication as a enrolled practical nurse at Chedoke Hospital (‘65-‘89). A variable number to be awarded to students in their first year of study who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing, have demonstrated academic excellence in a Post enrolled Nursing or Post enrolled Practical Nursing program.

Value: $800 (D) (40123)

THE E. DORIS LAWRENCE SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1999 in memory of E. Doris Lawrence (Class of ‘47). To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the Department of French , has demonstrated academic excellence in French.

Value: $2,200 (B)(30253)

THE SAM LAWRENCE PRIZE (SS)*
Established in 1957 by the East Hamilton Independent Labour Party C.C.F. Club in honour of Sam Lawrence. To be awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the Department of Economics, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in courses in labour economics.

Value: $175 (D, F) (40048)

THE JAMES B. LAWSON SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1999 by a grateful student and friend of Professor Lawson. To be awarded to a student who has completed either GERMAN 1Z06 A/B  or 1BB3  in Level I or to a student who has completed GERMAN 2ZZ3  in Level II and who, in the judgment of the Department of Linguistics and Languages, has demonstrated progress and interest in German. Eligibility for this award is restricted to non-native speakers of German. The award may be used for travel and study in a German-speaking country and/or for other expenses associated with the student’s German studies.

Value: $150 (D) (40090)

THE RAY LAWSON SCHOLARSHIPS (E)
Established in 1975 by the Honourable Ray Lawson, O.B.E., D.C.L, D.Cn.L., LL.D., K.G.St.J., Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario from 1946 to 1952. Two scholarships to be awarded for the highest Fall/Winter averages in an Engineering and Management program: (a) one to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 70 - 90 units, and (b) one to a student who has completed Level I and at least an additional 109 units beyond Level I.

Value: $275 each (B) (30126)

THE PAUL LEE-CHIN SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 2012 by Paul Lee-Chin, B.A. Economics (Class of ‘07), founder of Mentorship Wealth Management, to honour his belief in the importance of investing in education, the mentoring of students and perseverance in achieving one’s goals. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 24 - 36 units of an Economics program with high academic achievement.

Value: $1,000 (B) (30401)

THE LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGES TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1991 by the Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least 30 units beyond Level I in a program in Cognitive Science of Language or Linguistics and who, in the judgment of the Department of Linguistics and Languages , has attained notable academic standing. The purpose of the scholarship is to assist with travel expenses to study and travel abroad. Priority
will be given to a student participating in the Humanities Study Elsewhere Program.

Value: $925 (B, H) (35014)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE LINGUISTICS PRIZE (H)
Established in 1988. To be awarded to a student in an Honours program in Linguistics who, in the judgment of the Department of Linguistics and Languages , has achieved notable standing in Level II courses in Linguistics.

Value: $250 (D) (40032)

THE CLAUDE G. LISTER SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Established in 1990 by bequest of Pauline Detwiler Lister in memory of her husband. To be awarded to a student in a program in the DeGroote School of Business .

Value: $625 (B) (30199)

THE FELIKS LITKOWSKI MEMORIAL PRIZE IN POLITICAL SCIENCE (SS)
Established in 1987 by Albert Litkowski (Class of ‘78) and Richard Litkowski (Class of ‘86) in honour of their father. To be awarded to a student graduating from an Honours program in Political Science who, in the judgment of the Department of Political Science , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.

Value: $850 (E) (50116)

THE JOHN N.A. LOTT SCHOLARSHIP IN BIOLOGY (S)
Established in 2007 by the friends and colleagues of John N.A. Lott in recognition of his many years of contributions to the Department of Biology . To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 70 units of an Honours Biology program who, in the judgment of the Department of Biology, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and shows an interest in biological structure (sub cellular to ecosystem) and function. Preference to be given to a student who demonstrates an interest in plants.

Value: $500 (B) (30321)

THE ALLAN LUDBROOK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP* (H)
Established in 2004 by the family and friends of Allan Ludbrook (‘04). To be awarded to a mature student enrolled in a Music program who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts , has attained notable standing.

Value: $1,000 (D) (40114)

THE MACGIBBON SCHOLARSHIP (SS)*
Established in 1970 by bequest of Professor Duncan A. MacGibbon (Class of ‘08). To be awarded to the student in a program in Economics who, in the judgment of the Department of Economics , stands highest in courses in economic history.

Value: $500 (D, F) (40159)

THE WILLIAM MACKENZIE MEMORIAL PRIZE (SS)*
Established in 1977 in memory of Professor William MacKenzie by his friends and colleagues. To be awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the Department of Economics, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in either ECON 3T03  (Economic Development: Agriculture and Population) or ECON 2F03  (Globalization and Economic Development) or, in exceptional circumstances, for work in a related area.

Value: $425 (D, F) (40053)

THE BERT MACKINNON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1996 in memory of Bert MacKinnon, B.A. (Class of ‘43), LL.D. (Class of ‘77), first Associate Chief Justice of Ontario (1978 to 1986). One scholarship to be awarded to a graduating student who enrols in a Bachelor of Laws or Juris Doctor or equivalent degree program in the academic year immediately following graduation. The student selected will have demonstrated high academic achievement and leadership in extracurricular activities.

Value: $800 (E) (50113)

Applications may be submitted to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE BETTY MACMILLAN PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1960 by her classmates in memory of Elizabeth Johnstone MacMillan (Class of ‘50). To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units in an Honours program in Sociology and who, in the judgment of the Department of Sociology , is the most promising student.

Value: $150 (B) (30010)

THE AGNES AND JOHN MACNEILL MEMORIAL PRIZE (H)
Established in 1946 by bequest of Annie May MacNeill (Class of ‘03). To be awarded to the student graduating from an Honours program in English who has attained the most notable standing in English throughout the degree program.

Value: $200 (E) (50001)

THE CATHERINE MACNEILL PRIZE (O)
Established in 1946 by bequest of Annie May MacNeill (Class of ‘03). To be awarded to a woman student in her graduating year who has attained notable standing in scholarship and has shown qualities of leadership.

Value: $175 (E) (50011)

Applications may be submitted to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE MAPS GOLD MEDAL (O)
Established in 1996 by the McMaster Association of Part-time Students. To be awarded to the graduating student completing studies primarily on a part-time basis and who attains the highest Grade Point Average.

Value: Medal (E) (50076)

THE LIANNE MARKS SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established by her family, in 1980 as a bursary and in 1985 as a scholarship, in honour of Lianne Marks, a student at McMaster University (1977-80). To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in Sociology and who, in the judgment of the Department of Sociology , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and has made notable contribution to the campus or community by participation in activities other than sports.

Value: $800 (B) (30100)

Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged to submit a resume to the Department of Sociology  by April 15th.

THE ELEANOR DORNBUSH MARPLES PRIZE IN ART HISTORY* (H)
Established in 1985 by Mrs. Barbara Niedermeier and her family in memory of her sister. To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts , has demonstrated outstanding achievement.

Value: $175 (D, F) (40015)

THE ELEANOR DORNBUSH MARPLES PRIZE IN THEATRE & FILM STUDIES* (H)
Established in 1987 by Vaughan W. Marples in memory of his wife. To be awarded to a student in Level II of a Theatre & Film program who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts , has achieved academic excellence.

Value: $125 (40016)

THE MATTHEWS HALL RESIDENCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Fall/Winter average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating term.

Value: $750 (B) (30157)

THE JOHN AND HELEN MAXWELL SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 2012 by the bequest of Helen Catharine Maxwell. To be awarded to students in a Chemistry or Chemical Biology program who, in the judgment of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology , demonstrate an aptitude in analytical chemistry.

Value: $2,500 (D) (40162)

THE JOHN MAYBERRY SCHOLARSHIPS (E)
Established in 1998 by John Mayberry. One scholarship to be awarded to a student who has completed Level II or III of a program in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Materials Engineering and who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Engineering , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. The recipients must attain a minimum Fall/Winter average of 9.5 at the most recent Fall/Winter terms.

Value: $1,000 (B) (30262)

THE CHARON BURKE MCCAIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (A)
Established in 2004 in memory of Charon Burke McCain by family, friends, colleagues and students. To be awarded to an Honours Arts and Science student who has completed Level III and who, in the judgment of the Arts and Science Program, has demonstrated exceptional qualities of leadership and service at McMaster University or in the community, as well as notable academic achievement.

Value: $500 (B) (30305)

THE WILLIAM J. MCCALLION SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1984 in honour of Professor McCallion, B.A. (Class of ‘43), M.A. (Class of ‘46), first Dean of the School of Adult Education from 1970 to 1978, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to adult education and to the Department of Mathematical Sciences during 41 years of service. A variable number to be awarded to part-time students who have attained the highest Grade Point Average at the most recent review.

Value: $250 each (C) (60004)

THE ESTHER MCCANDLESS MEMORIAL PRIZE (S)
Established in 1984 by friends and colleagues in memory of Professor E.L. McCandless, a humanitarian and distinguished member of the Department of Biology  from 1964 to 1983. To be awarded to a student who achieves an outstanding Grade Point Average in an Honours program in Biology.

Value: $300 (E) (50016)

THE JOHN R. MCCARTHY SCHOLARSHIP (A, H, S, SS)
Established in 1987 by John R. McCarthy, LL.D. (Class of ‘65), former Deputy Minister of University Affairs and Deputy Minister of Education for the Province of Ontario. To be awarded to a student graduating from a program in Arts and Science, Humanities, Science, or Social Sciences who enrols in the Faculty of Education of an Ontario university in the academic year immediately following graduation. The student selected will have made a contribution to the life of the University by displaying leadership in student government or student affairs and leadership and sportsmanship in athletic endeavours.

Value: $700 (E) (50030)

Applications may be submitted to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE H.W. MCCREADY PRIZE IN BRITISH HISTORY (H)*
Established in 1981 in memory of Professor H.W. McCready, a member of the Department of History  from 1943 to 1975, by former students, colleagues, and friends. To be awarded to a Level II student who, in the judgment of the Department of History, attains notable standing in British History courses.

Value: $100 (D, F) (40022)

THE MCCUSKER NURSING SCHOLARSHIP (HSC)
Established in 2009 by Dr. Patricia McCusker, B.Sc.N. (Class of ‘82), M.D. (Class of ‘86). To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level I Nursing and who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing , has demonstrated academic excellence.

Value: $2,000 (D) (40133)

THE MCGREGOR-SMITH-BURR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1910 by the Class of 1912 in Arts, in memory of their classmates, Percy Neil McGregor, Lee Wilson Smith and George William Burr, and supplemented in 1944 by bequest from Professor R. Wilson Smith, father of Lee Wilson Smith. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of the Honours English and History program and who has the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $525 (B) (30105)

THE R.C. MCIVOR MEDAL (SS)
Established by the Faculty of Social Sciences in 1982 in recognition of Professor R.C. McIvor, former Dean of the Faculty, for his outstanding contributions to the Faculty and the University during 35 years of service. To be awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of Social Sciences to the student in the graduating class who, on the basis of scholarship, is judged to be the outstanding member of the class of Social Sciences graduands.

Value: Medal (E) (50043)

THE MCKAY HALL RESIDENCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Fall/Winter average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating term.

Value: $750 (B) (30201)

THE A.G. MCKAY PRIZE IN CLASSICAL STUDIES (H)
Established in 1990 by Professor Emeritus A.G. McKay. To be awarded to a graduating student from an Honours program in Classics who, in the judgment of the Department of Classics , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and leadership.

Value: $200 (E) (50119)

THE ALEXANDER GORDON MCKAY SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1990 by friends and colleagues of Professor A.G. McKay, first Dean of the Faculty of Humanities  from 1968 to 1973, to mark his retirement after 33 years of service at McMaster University. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours Classics program and who, in the judgment of the Department of Classics , has attained high academic standing. Preference will be given to students from the Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth.

Value: $500 (B) (30389)

THE JANET MCKNIGHT AWARD (HSC)*
Established in 1994 by faculty, friends and students in memory of Janet McKnight, beloved colleague and teacher, a recognized expert in educational methodology and small-group, problem-based learning. To be awarded to a student entering Level IV of a program in Nursing who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing  has demonstrated notable academic achievement and leadership in clinical and educational aspects of gerontology or, problembased, self-directed learning in nursing education.

Value: $600 (D, F) (40077)

THE A.B. MCLAY SCHOLARSHIP IN PHYSICS (S)
Established in 1991 by C. Lucy McLay in memory of her late husband, A. Boyd McLay (Ph.D., F.R.S.C.), a member of the Department of Physics from 1930 to 1967. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of an Honours program in Physics and who, in the judgment of the Department of Physics and Astronomy , has attained notable standing.

Value: $500 (B) (30186)

THE BOYD MCLAY SCHOLARSHIP IN PHYSICS (S)
Established in 1977 to commemorate the contributions of Dr. A. Boyd McLay (Class of ‘22) to teaching and research in optics and spectroscopy at McMaster University from 1930 to 1967. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in Physics with a high Fall/Winter average.

Value: $575 (B) (30011)

THE WALTER SCOTT MCLAY PRIZE (H)
Established in 1938 in honour of Dean McLay, by his daughter, Mrs. R.R. McLaughlin (Marjorie McLay Class of ‘25) and further enlarged in 1950 by A.H. Wilson of Woodstock. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest Grade Point Average in an Honours program in English.

Value: $250 (E) (50057)

THE EVELYN RUTH MCLEAN SCHOLARSHIP IN CANADIAN HISTORY (H)
Established in 2012 by Laurie R. McLean (Class of ‘74) in memory of her mother Evelyn Ruth McLean who loved teaching, believed in the value of education and had a passion for Canadian history. To be awarded to a student taking courses in Canadian history who, in the judgment of the Department of History , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and the desire to excel in the study of Canada’s past.

Value: $1,000 (D) (40164)

THE McMASTER NURSING ALUMNI MEMORIAL PRIZE (HSC)*
Established in 1984 and augmented in 2001 by the McMaster Nursing Alumni Branch to recognize graduates from the McMaster University School of Nursing . To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing , has demonstrated leadership while participating in undergraduate activities.

Value: $300 (E, F) (50092)

THE McMASTER UNIVERSITY FUTURES FUND GRADUAND AWARD (O)
Established in 2000. To be awarded to the child of a member of McMaster University’s salaried pension plan who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Recipient must obtain a Grade Point Average of 8.0 or greater.
Value: $1,000 (E) (50084)

Applications may be submitted at the end of their final year to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE McMASTER UNIVERSITY FUTURES FUND IN-COURSE AWARDS (O)
Established in 2000. Four scholarships to be awarded to the children of members of the McMaster University salaried pension plan who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Recipient must obtain a Grade Point Average of 8.0 or greater. Not open to graduating students.

Value: $1,800 each (D) (40151)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Levels I, II & III (Level IV if in a 5-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE McMASTER UNIVERSITY - HONG KONG FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 2011 by the McMaster University - Hong Kong Foundation. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to international students who have completed Level I and an additional 29 - 40 units with the highest Fall/Winter averages.

Value: $1,000 (30374)

THE McMASTER UNIVERSITY RETIREES ASSOCIATION PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1992 by the McMaster University Retirees Association. To be awarded to the part-time student enrolled in a program in Gerontology who attains the highest Grade Point Average.

Value: $350 (C) (60014)

THE McMASTER UNIVERSITY RETIREES ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 1991 by the McMaster University Retirees Association. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and at least an additional 30 units of a program in Gerontology and who attains the highest Fall/Winter average. The student must enrol in a program in Gerontology in the subsequent Fall/Winter terms.

Value: $1,250 (B) (30377)

THE DONALD G. MCNABB SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 1989 in memory of Donald G. McNabb (Class of ‘42) by friends, family and business associates. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I plus 60 to 75 units of an Honours program in Chemistry or Chemical Biology who, in the judgment of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology , has achieved notable academic standing. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate leadership, self-motivation, and practical aptitude appropriate for a future in the chemical industry.

Value: $925 (B) (30108)

THE SIMON MCNALLY SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 1972 by S. McNally and Sons Limited, in honour of Simon McNally. One or two scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed Level I and an additional 37 - 50 units of a program in Civil Engineering. Awards are based on scholarship and evidence of practical engineering experience and background.

Value: $650 each (B) (30139)

THE JOHN D. MCNIE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD OF EXCELLENCE (O)
Established in 2001 by David O. Davis in honour of John D. McNie. To be awarded to a student with a visual impairment who, in the judgment of the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) , demonstrates notable academic achievement.
Value: $400 (D) (40107)

Students who wish to be considered for this award must be enrolled with Student Accessibility Services (SAS) .
Applications may be submitted at the end of Levels I, II, III, & IV (Level V if in a 5-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE PETER MCPHATER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1988 by Peter McPhater’s friends in recognition of his art, craftsmanship and humanitarianism. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of a program in Honours Art or Honours Art History and who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts, is outstanding.

Value: $450 (B) (30119)

THE MEDICAL-SURGICAL EXCELLENCE IN CLINICAL NURSING AWARD (HSC)
Established in 1998 by Professor Gerry Benson. To be awarded every two years to a student who has completed at least Level II of the Nursing Program who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing , demonstrates academic excellence in medical-surgical nursing. Students who wish to be considered for this award should consult the School of Nursing  for terms and conditions.

Value: $250 (D) (40086)

THE AUDREY EVELYN MEPHAM AWARD (SS)*
Established in 2001 by Gordon W. Mepham in loving memory of his wife Audrey Evelyn Mepham. To be awarded to a student graduating from an Honours program in the Department of Health, Aging and Society  who, in the judgment of the Department of Health, Aging and Society, has demonstrated notable academic achievement. Preference will be given to a student who has completed a thesis or course paper on issues relating to Alzheimer’s disease.

Value: $1,200 (E, F) (50090)

Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged to submit a resume to the Chair of the Department of Health, Aging and Society  by April 15th.

THE RONALD WILLIAM MERKEL TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP IN ENGINEERING (E)
Established in 2008 by Brad Merkel, B.Eng.Mgt. (Class of ‘85). To be awarded to a student in the Faculty of Engineering  who, in the judgment of a selection committee, demonstrates high academic achievement and is pursuing either a study, work or co-op placement outside of North America or an international relief or development project in an underdeveloped, disadvantaged area outside of North America. Preference to be given to a student involved with Engineers without Borders.

Value: $2,500 (B, H) (35015)

Travel scholarship applications are due February 28th. The application should include a proposal for an international relief or development project, or an Engineers Without Borders’ project. If appropriate, include a letter of reference from Engineers Without Borders confirming membership in the McMaster Chapter.

THE MERRIAM SCHOOL OF MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 2003 by the Merriam School of Music. To be awarded to an Honours Music student who has completed at least 60 units of work and who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts , has demonstrated good academic standing, excellent musicianship skills, a strong commitment to teaching and community service.
Value: $1,000 (B) (30298)

THE MIDDLETON / WALKER PRIZE IN SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY (S)
Established in 2010 in honour of Gerard Middleton and Roger Walker by a generation of grateful students who studied under them from the mid-1960s until 2000. To be awarded to the student graduating from an Honours B.Sc. program in the School of Geography & Earth Sciences who, in the judgment of the School, has achieved the highest standing in the field of sedimentary geology.

Value: $1,000 (E) (50120)

THE J.J. MILLER PRIZE (S)
Established in 1984 by friends, colleagues and former students in recognition of Professor J.J. Miller for his outstanding contribution to the Department of Biology  during 37 years of service. To be awarded to a student in an Honours Biology program with an outstanding Fall/Winter average and a minimum grade of A- in BIOLOGY 2EE3 .

Value: $575 (B) (30077)

THE DR. F.A. MIRZA SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 1997 in memory of Farooque Mirza by family, friends and colleagues. To be awarded to a student enrolled in a Civil Engineering program who achieves the highest average in CIVENG 2C04  and ENGINEER 2P04  taken in the Fall/Winter terms.

Value: $250 (D) (40100)

THE MOFFAT FAMILY PRIZE (O)
Established in 1990 by Moffat Kinoshita Associates Inc. To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences shows outstanding achievement in urban geography.

Value: $300 (D) (40138)

THE MOLSON SCHOLARSHIP IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (E, S, SS)
Established in 1992 by the Molson Companies Donations Fund. To be awarded to the student entering the final level of a program in Geography and Environmental Studies, Earth and Environmental Sciences or Engineering and Society, who attains the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $1,100 (D) (30213) (B)

THE E.S. MOORE PRIZE (S)
Established in 1956 by Elwood S. Moore, LL.D. (Class of ‘55). To be awarded to the student graduating in an Honours program in Geography who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences, has attained the most notable standing in Geo (or Earth Science, Environmental Science or Geography).

Value: $225 (E)(50015)

THE JOHN F. MOORE PRIZE (E)
Established in 1990 by the Steel Founders’ Society of America in honour of John Moore’s contributions to the Society over the past 25 years. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest grade in MATLS 4C03 .

Value: $125 (D) (40061)

THE MICHAEL J. MORTON MEMORIAL BOOK PRIZE (S)
Established in 1979 in memory of Dr. M.J. Morton. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units in an Honours program in Chemistry or Chemical Biology and who, in the judgment of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology , is outstanding in the field of inorganic chemistry.

Value: $175 for books (B) (30111)

THE ELIZABETH MOSGROVE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1959 by bequest of John W. Mosgrove in memory of his mother. To be awarded to descendants of members of Her Majesty’s Canadian Armed Forces on the basis of high Grade Point Average. Not open to students in their graduating year.

Value: $1,500 (D) (40147)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Levels I, II & III (Level IV if in a 5-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE MOTOROLA SOFTWARE ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 1999 by the Motorola Foundation. To be awarded to a student entering Level III in a Software Engineering program who, in the judgment of the Department of Computing and Software , has achieved notable academic standing, displayed strong communication skills, demonstrated leadership and involvement in extra-curricular activities.

Value: $1,500 (B) (30252)

THE MOULTON COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1957 from funds originally subscribed by the Alumnae of Moulton College during the years 1946 to 1949 for the expansion of Moulton College. Two scholarships to be awarded to the students of Moulton Hall with the highest Fall/Winter averages: (a) one after completion of Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units, and (b) one after completion of Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units.

Value: $1,000 each (B) (30112)

THE MOULTON HALL RESIDENCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Fall/Winter average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating term.

Value: $750 (B) (30239)

THE MULTIMEDIA SENIOR THESIS PRIZE (H)
Established in 2008. To be awarded to the student graduating from a program in Multimedia who, in the judgment of the Chair of Communication Studies and Multimedia and Faculty members, has created the best senior thesis project.

Value: $500 (E) (50110)

THE ANNE MURRAY SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1985 in memory of Anne M. Murray (Class of ‘82) by her family. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least 30 units beyond Level I and who, in the judgment of the Department of Linguistics and Languages , has attained notable standing in at least nine units of German courses above Level I.

Value: $300 (B) (30005)

THE ELAINE NARDOCCHIO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND (H)
Established in 1998 by family, colleagues and many friends in memory of Dr. Elaine Nardocchio, a professor for over 23 years at McMaster University, Chair of the Department of French  from 1990 to 1993 and President of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities from 1994 to 1996. To be awarded to an undergraduate student enrolled in a French program who, in the judgment of the Department of French , has shown a strong interest in computer skills as applied to the Humanities.

Value: $250 (D) (40101)

THE P.L. NEWBIGGING PRIZES (S, SS)
Established in 1982 in recognition of Dr. Lynn Newbigging for his outstanding contributions to the Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour (Faculty of Science) . Four prizes to be awarded to students with the highest Grade Point Average: (a) one to a student enrolled in 24 units or more in the three-level B.A. program in Psychology; (b) one to a student in a B.A. program in Psychology who has completed the program primarily on a part-time basis; (c) one to a student enrolled in 24 units or more in the three-level B.Sc. program in Life Sciences with a concentration in Psychology; and (d) one to a student in a B.Sc. program in Life Sciences with a concentration in Psychology who has completed the program primarily on a part-time basis.

Value: $100 each (E) (50040)

THE P.L. NEWBIGGING SCHOLARSHIP (S, SS)
Established in 1994 by family, friends and colleagues in memory of Dr. P.L. Newbigging, founding Chair of the Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour (Faculty of Science)  and member of the Faculty from 1955-1990, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the Department and the University. To be awarded to the student entering Level II of an Honours program in Psychology or Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour who, in the judgment of the Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour, has demonstrated high academic achievement in PSYCH 1X03  and PSYCH 1XX3 .

Value: $375 (D) (40072)

THE NEWCOMBE PRIZE IN PEACE STUDIES (O)
Established in 1991 in memory of Dr. Alan G. Newcombe (1923-1991) and Dr. Hanna Newcombe (1922-2011) who devoted their lives to Peace Studies and were co-founders, of the Canadian Peace Research and Education Association and the Peace Research Institute - Dundas. To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the Peace Studies program, demonstrates leadership in extracurricular endeavours and high academic achievement.

Value: $300 (D) (40064)

THE DR. O.W. NIEMEIER SCHOLARSHIP (HSC)
Established in 1938 and augmented in 1952 by Dr. O.W. Niemeier, M.D.FRCPS(E). To be awarded to the student who has completed Level II in the Nursing program with the highest Grade Point Average.
Value: $1,100 (B) (30114)

THE ROBERT NIXON SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1991 by the Brant-Haldimand Liberal Association in honour of Dr. Robert Nixon (Class of ‘50, LL.D, ‘76). To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the Department of History , has demonstrated academic excellence and an active involvement in community life.

Value: $575 (B) (30203)

THE KIM AND TIM NOLAN SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 2014 by Kim (Class of ‘04 and ‘09) and Tim (Class of ‘86 and ‘04) Nolan to recognize the outstanding academic achievement of a student with a disability as they complete their program of study. To be awarded to a graduating student in a Social Work program with the highest Grade Point Average and who is enrolled with Student Accessibility Services.

Value: $1,000 (E) (50126)

Applications may be submitted to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE NORTEL NETWORKS SCHOLARSHIPS IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (E)
Established in 1999 by Nortel Networks. Ten scholarships to be awarded to students with high Fall/Winter averages in a Level I Engineering program who are entering a program in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Engineering Physics or Computer Science.

Value: $1,000 each (B) (30257)

THE DERRY NOVAK PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1984 by the Political Science alumni and colleagues in honour of Professor Derry Novak. To be awarded to a student in a program in Political Science who, in the judgment of the Department of Political Science, has achieved high standing in Level II and/or III courses in political theory or political philosophy.

Value: $800 (D) (40169)

THE FREDRIC P. OLSEN BOOK PRIZE (S)
Established in 1974 in memory of Professor F.P. Olsen by his family, friends and former colleagues. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in Chemistry or Chemical Biology and who, in the judgment of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology , shows particular promise as an experimental scientist.

Value: $150 for books (B) (30053)

THE ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS PRIZES* (SS)
Established in 1986 and augmented in 1992 by the Hamilton Branch. Two prizes to be awarded to the graduating students, one first degree and one second degree, who successfully complete SOCWORK 4DD6 A/B S  and attain the highest grade in SOCWORK 4D06 A/B S  in the same Fall/Winter term.

Value: $250 each (E, F) (50122)

THE ONTARIO PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATION GOLD MEDAL (E)
Established in 1961 by the Ontario Professional Engineers Foundation for Education. To be awarded to the graduand of a program in Engineering who attains the highest Grade Point Average.

Value: Medal (50005) (E)

THE ONTARIO PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATION UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS (E)
Established in 1961 by the Ontario Professional Engineers Foundation for Education. Four scholarships to be awarded to students in the Faculty of Engineering  with high academic achievement who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Engineering , have demonstrated leadership in professional affairs and involvement in extracurricular activities.

Value: $1,250 each (D) (40124)

THE ORDER SONS OF ITALY - TRIESTE LODGE #4 SCHOLARSHIP IN ITALIAN STUDIES (H)
Established in 2014 by the Order Sons of Italy - Trieste Lodge #4, in Hamilton. To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the Department of Linguistics and Languages, has demonstrated high academic achievement in Italian studies.

Value: $1,000 (D)

THE CONNIE O’SHAUGHNESSY MEMORIAL PRIZE (O)*
Established in 1988 by family, friends and associates of Connie O’Shaughnessy (Class of ‘88), a part-time student who chose to return to complete her degree enrolled in 24 units or more. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level I and who, in the judgment of the Selection Committee for Part-Time Awards, has made a significant contribution to the University life of part-time students.

Value: $425 (D, F) (40009)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Levels I, II, III & IV (Level V if in a 5-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE PARKER CANADA DIVISION ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE AWARD (E)
Established in 2014 by Parker Canada. To be awarded to a student in the Faculty of Engineering who has completed Level I and at least 74 units in a Mechanical Engineering program and who, in the judgment of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Preference will be given to a student who demonstrates community involvement through volunteerism.

Value: $1,000 (D) (40178)

THE F.W. PAULIN SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 1981 by the Canadian Engineering and Contracting Co. Limited in honour of its founder. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 73 - 85 units of the Civil Engineering program, or Level I and an additional 110 - 130 units of the Civil Engineering and Management program. Award is based on scholarship Fall/Winter average of at least 9.5 and evidence of leadership, self-motivation, and practical aptitude appropriate for a future in the construction industry.

Value: $1,500 (B) (30052)

THE PCL SCHOLARSHIP IN ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (E)
Established in 2010 by PCL to support and encourage academic excellence and creativity, a committed work ethic and service to the community. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level III of an Engineering and Management program and who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Engineering , has achieved notable academic standing and has made a significant contribution to university life through extra-curricular activities.

Value: $1,000 (B) (30359)

THE IRENE PEARCE SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1994 by Centenary United Church of Hamilton in honour of Irene Pearce, organist and choir director for fifty-four years. To be awarded to a student who has completed Music I or 30-78 units of an Honours Music Program who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts , has attained notable academic standing and demonstrated excellence in keyboard performance.

Value: $1,500 (B) (30395)

THE HARRY L. PENNY PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1984 in recognition of Professor Harry L. Penny, founding Director of the School of Social Work , for his outstanding contribution to the School. To be awarded to the student with the highest Grade Point Average in a Social Work program.

Value: $100 (E) (50023)

THE PEVENSING SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 1987 by David C. Hannaford (Class of ‘64). To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in Economics and who, in the judgment of the Department of Economics , has attained notable academic standing.

Value: $1,000 (B) (30396)

THE TONY PICKARD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1973 by his wife and family, in honour of Captain Antony F. Pickard, O.B.E., C.D., R.C.N. (Ret’d).

Value: $425 (B) (30172)

THE PIONEER ENERGY LP GERONTOLOGY PRIZES (SS)
Established in 1988 by the Pioneer Group Limited. Two prizes to be awarded (a) one to a student enrolled in 24 units or more and (b) one to a part-time student, both of whom are graduating from a program in Gerontology who, in the judgment of the Department of Health, Aging and Society , have demonstrated high academic achievement and leadership in extracurricular activities.

Value: $45 each (E) (50021)

Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged to submit a resume to the Chair of the Department of Health, Aging and Society  by April 15th.

THE PIONEER ENERGY LP PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1990. To be awarded to a student in a Gerontology program who, in the judgment of the Department of Health, Aging and Society , has achieved notable academic standing, and demonstrates practical aptitude for a career in health care of the elderly.

Value: $400 (D) (40058)

Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged to submit a resume to the Chair of the Department of Health, Aging and Society  by April 15th.

THE PIONEER ENERGY LP PRIZES IN NURSING (HSC)
Established in 1989 by the Pioneer Group Limited in conjunction with the R. Samuel McLaughlin Centre for Gerontological Health Research. Two prizes to be awarded to students graduating from the Nursing program who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing, have achieved notable standing and demonstrated practical aptitude for a career in the health care of the elderly.

Value: $250 (E) (50106)

THE PIONEER ENERGY LP SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 1988. To be awarded to students who have completed Level I and at least an additional 30 units of a program in Gerontology and who, in the judgment of the Department of Health, Aging and Society , have achieved high standing in 12 units of Gerontology courses (excluding GERONTOL 1A03) and who demonstrate leadership in the field of Gerontology.

Value: $1,000 each (B) (30121)

Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged to submit a resume to the Chair of the Department of Health, Aging and Society  by April 15th.

THE PITCHER-RATFORD AWARDS (SS)
Established in 2000 by Bruce Ratford (Class of ‘71) and Elda Ratford (Pitcher) (Class of ‘71). Two scholarships (one to a male and one to a female) to be awarded to students who have completed Level III of an Honours Geography program and who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences (Faculty of Science) , have achieved notable academic standing and demonstrated qualities of leadership at McMaster or in the community.

Value: $1,000 each (B) (30397)

THE BRIAN POCKNELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 2004 in memory of Brian Pocknell. To be awarded to an undergraduate student who has completed Level II in a French program and, in the judgment of the Department of French , has achieved notable academic standing.

Value: $750 (B) (30390)

THE POLITICAL SCIENCE HONOURS ESSAY PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1982. To be awarded to the student who in the judgment of the Department of Political Science , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in POLSCI 4Z06 A/B .

Value: $100 (E) (50059)

THE POLITICAL SCIENCE PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1982. To be awarded to a graduating student who has completed a program in Political Science primarily on a part-time basis and who, in the judgment of the Department of Political Science , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.

Value: $200 (E) (50042)

THE BILL PRESTWICH SCHOLARSHIP IN MEDICAL PHYSICS (S)
Established in 2003 by friends, colleagues and students in recognition of Bill Prestwich and his career as a teacher and researcher. To be awarded to a student entering Level II of the Medical Physics program with the highest Fall/Winter average in any Level I program.

Value: $800 (B) (30373)

THE LES PRINCE RESIDENCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Awarded to the student with the highest Fall/Winter average in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating term, who resides in the residence.

Value: $750 (B) (30325)

THE PROVOST’S HONOUR ROLL MEDAL (O)*
Established in 2005. To be awarded to students named to the Provost’s Honour Roll.

Value: Medal (B, F) (30314)

THE PSYCHOLOGY SOCIETY PRIZES (S, SS)
Established in 1985 by the Psychology Society and the Faculty and Alumni of the Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour (Faculty of Social Sciences) . Three prizes to be awarded to students who have completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units with the highest Fall/Winter average: (a) one in an Honours Psychology or Honours Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour B.A. program; (b) one in an Honours Psychology or Honours Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour B.Sc. program; and (c) one in a combined Honours program in Psychology.

Value: $70 each (B) (30123)

THE PwC CANADA SCHOLARSHIPS (B)
Established in 2000 by PwC Canada (PricewaterhouseCoopers). Two scholarships to be awarded to students entering Level III of the Honours Commerce program enrolled in COMMERCE 3AB3  and 3AC3   who, in the judgment of the DeGroote School of Business , have achieved notable academic standing in COMMERCE 2AA3  and 2AB3 , and demonstrated qualities of leadership at McMaster or in the community.
Value: $2,500 each (B) (30271)

THE DR. JOHN A. PYLYPIUK SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1967 in memory of Dr. John A. Pylypiuk and in recognition of Canada’s Centennial Year. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level II of an Honours program in History with the highest Fall/Winter average and who in that term achieves a grade of at least A- in HISTORY 2T03  and HISTORY 2TT3 .

Value: $700 (B) (30039)

THE RAND MEMORIAL PRIZE OF CLASS ‘98 (H)
Established by the Class of 1898 in Arts, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of graduation, 1923, in memory of Chancellor Theodore Harding Rand, to encourage original literary work. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units and who, in the judgment of the Department of English and Cultural Studies, has made the most notable original contribution to student publications.

Value: $250 (D) (40045)

THE HELEN RAY SCHOLARSHIP IN FINE ARTS (H)
Established in 2012 by Dr. Jim Ray (Class of ‘75) and Annette Ray, in honour of Jim’s mother, Helen (Burkholder) Ray, and in recognition of her lifelong passion for the fine arts. To be awarded to a student in the Studio Art program who has completed Studio Art 1 and who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in Studio Art.

Value: $2,000 (D) (40165)

THE LLOYD REEDS PRIZES (S, SS)
Established in 1983 in recognition of Dr. Lloyd G. Reeds for his outstanding contributions to the Department of Geography during 35 years of service. Four prizes to be awarded:

  1. one to the student who attains the highest Grade Point Average in an Honours B.A. program in Geography;
  2. one to the student who attains the highest Grade Point Average in an Honours B.Sc. program in Earth and Environmental Sciences;
  3. one to the student who attains the highest Grade Point Average in a three-level B.A. or B.Sc. program in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences; and
  4. one to the student who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences, has demonstrated outstanding achievement in GEOG 4MT6 or EARTH SC 4MT6.

Value: $100 each (E) (50033)

THE SHARON REEVES SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1987 by Kevin W. Reeves (Class of ‘80) in memory of his wife, Sharon (Class of ‘79). To be awarded to a student entering Level III or IV of an Honours program in Music (Education) and who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts , has attained notable standing.

Value: $425 (B) (30135)

THE RELIGIOUS STUDIES PRIZES (SS)
Established in 1982. Two prizes to be awarded to students who attain the highest Grade Point Average in a three- or four-level program in Religious Studies: (a) one to a student who has completed the program enrolled in 24 units or more, and (b) one to a student who has completed the program primarily on a part-time basis.

Value: $100 each (E) (50045)

THE DRS. JOLIE RINGASH AND GLEN BANDIERA RENAISSANCE AWARD (O)
Established in 2012 by Drs. Jolie Ringash and Glen Bandiera. The award, with its emphasis on experiential learning, is intended to create transformative opportunities for students from all Faculties and programs, from undergraduate to graduate and professional. The recipient of the award shall be an individual who wishes to engage in a 4-12 month, self-directed, enrichment experience outside his/her chosen program of study, and who wishes to explore a project of personal significance that will amplify the recipient’s University experience while engaging in experiential learning at home or abroad.

Value: $25,000 (H) (49001)

Application due date October 15th.

THE RETIRED TEACHERS OF ONTARIO HAMILTON/HALDIMAND DISTRICT PRIZE (O)
Established in 1987 by the Superannuated Teachers of Ontario, District 13. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest standing in HLTHAGE 1BB3 .

Value: $200 (D) (40047)

THE ELLA JULIA REYNOLDS SCHOLARSHIPS (H)
Established in 1984 by bequest of Ella Julia Reynolds of Hamilton. Two scholarships to be awarded on the basis of scholarship and character to students who have completed Level I and an additional 30 - 75 units of the Honours English or the Honours English and History programs with a Fall/Winter average of at least 9.5. The recipients must not be holders of another scholarship.

Value: $1,000 each (B) (30044)

THE ALMA AND WIL RICE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (S, SS)
Established in 2010 by Ellen Rice-Jaaku, B.Sc. (Class of ‘66), to honour her parents, Alma Rice, B.A. (Class of ‘40) and Wil Rice, B.A. (Class of ‘41). To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level I in a Kinesiology program who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement. Preference will be given to a student participating in varsity football.

Value: $2,000 (D) (40139)

THE GLADYS RICHARDS SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 2002 by bequest of Gladys Richards. Two scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed at least Level II of a single Honours program in English or a Combined Honours English and History program who, in the judgment of the Departments, have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Students may not hold another scholarship of equal or greater value.

Value: $2,000 each (B) (30288)

THE JACK RICHARDSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 2002 in memory of Jack Richardson by family, friends and colleagues. To be awarded to a part-time student who has completed at least Level II in an Honours Sociology program and who attains the highest Grade Point Average at the most recent review.

Value: $400 (C) (60013)

THE HERBERT A. RICKER SCHOLARSHIPS (E, S)
Established in 1982 by bequest of Mrs. Edna Elizabeth Ross Reeves of Hamilton in memory of her husband, Herbert A. Ricker. Four scholarships to be awarded on the basis of scholarship (Fall/Winter average of at least 9.5) and character to: (a) two to students who have completed Engineering I, or Level I, and an additional 35 - 90 units of a program in Engineering, and (b) two to students who have completed Science I or Level I, and an additional 30 - 75 units of a program in Science.

Value: $2,500 each (B) (30391)

THE STANLEY ROBERTSON SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 2006 by LaDema Dorrine Robertson Macnab in memory of her father, Charles Stanley Robertson (Class of ‘11), a scholar, an athlete and a volunteer. To be awarded to students who have completed at least Level I in any program who, in the judgment of a selection committee, have achieved notable academic standing and demonstrate qualities of leadership, service and/or participation in athletics and/or music. Preference will be given to a student in the Faculty of Engineering . Not open to students in their graduating year.

Value: $2,500 (D) (40148)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Levels I, II & III (Level IV if in a 5-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE CATHERINE AND ALBERT ROEDER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 2007 by Dr. Robert Roeder, B.Sc. (Class of ‘59), M.Sc. (Class of ‘60) in memory of his parents. To be awarded to the student in an Honours Physics program with the highest Grade Point Average.

Value: $1,200 (B) (30332)

THE RONALD J. ROLLS SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 2012 by bequest to recognize the exceptional achievements of Ronald J. Rolls, B.A. (Class of ‘54), LL.B., Q.C., L.S.M. To be awarded to a student who has completed Humanities I with the highest Fall/Winter average and who is entering an Honours English program.

Value: $2,000 (B) (30403)

THE ROSART PROPERTIES INC. SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 1988 by John D. and Dominic J. Rosart of Burlington. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in Geography and who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences, has attained high academic standing.

Value: $325 (B) (30129)

THE ABRAHAM ISAAC ROSENBERG MEMORIAL PRIZE (H)
Established in 1986 by bequest of Abraham Isaac Rosenberg (Class of ‘34) of Hamilton and Kitchener. To be awarded to the graduating student who attains the highest Grade Point Average in the Honours Philosophy program.

Value: $225 (E) (50095)

THE MORRIS AND SARAH ROSENHEAD MEMORIAL PRIZE (O)
Established in 1988 by bequest of Sarah Rosenhead of Hamilton. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest standing in ENGLISH 1A03  and ENGLISH 1AA3 .

Value: $125 (D) (40033)

THE ROTARY CLUB OF HAMILTON SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1989.

Value: $575 (B) (30168)

THE RUNDLE FOREIGN STUDY SCHOLARSHIP
Established in 2011 by the Rundle Foreign Study Bursary at the Hamilton Community Foundation. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least 30 units beyond Level I and who, in the judgment of the Selection Committee, has attained notable academic achievement. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance to students who are participating in one of McMaster’s formal exchange programs in a country where English is not the first language and who have graduated from a publiclyfunded secondary school in the Hamilton-Wentworth area.

Value: $2,500 (35017)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE ELLEN BOUCHARD RYAN SCHOLARSHIP (SS)*
Established in 2000 by the McMaster Centre for Gerontological Studies, and supportedby family, in recognition of Dr. Ellen Bouchard Ryan’s outstanding contribution to the field of aging. To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the Department of Health, Aging and Society , has demonstrated high academic achievement and leadership in agesrelated community activities.

Value: $400 (D, F) (40092)

Students who wish to be considered for this award are encouraged to submit a resume to the Chair of the Department of Health, Aging and Society  by April 15th.

THE E. TOGO SALMON PRIZE IN HISTORY (H)
Established in 1973 by friends and colleagues of Professor E.T. Salmon on his retirement, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the Department of History . To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units and who, in the judgment of the Department of History, attains notable standing in an Honours program in History.

Value: $200 (B) (30392)

THE E.T. SALMON SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1991 by Mrs. Edward Togo Salmon in memory of her husband, world-renowned Roman historian and member of the Faculty for 43 years. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of any Honours Classics or Honours History program, including at least 12 units of Ancient History and Archaeology, and who, in the judgment of the selection committee shows outstanding achievement and promise. The purpose of the scholarship is to enable the winner to travel and study abroad during the vacation before the final Fall/Winter term, and/or to fund the final year of study at McMaster; candidates should submit to the committee a statement of their aims and plans for study.

Value: $2,000 (B, H) (35018)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE NOEL SANDUSKY MEMORIAL PRIZE (H)*
Established in 1994 by family and friends in memory of Noel Sandusky. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of a program in History who, in the judgment of the Department of History , attains notable academic standing in at least nine units of History courses.

Value: $150 for books (D, F) (40075)

THE HILDA SAVAGE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1960 by bequest of Bertha Savage.

Value: $500 (B) (30166)

THE LARRY SAYERS PRIZE IN EAST ASIAN HISTORY (H)*
Established in 1983 in memory of Larry P. Sayers (Class of ‘82) by his friends. To be awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the Department of History , has demonstrated outstanding achievement in at least six units of courses work in East Asian history.

Value: $275 (D, F) (40030)

THE DR. SINA SAZGAR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 1999 in memory of Dr. Sina Sazgar, Hon. B.Sc. (Class of ‘93), a young, exceptionally gifted and caring medical doctor who tragically passed away on October 26, 1993. Two scholarships to be awarded to students enrolled in an Honours Bachelor of Science program who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Science , have demonstrated outstanding academic performance.

Value: $1,000 each (B) (30263)

THE FEDOR SCHNEIDER SCHOLARSHIP IN ITALIAN (H)
Established in 2004 by bequest of Mary Anna Schneider. To be awarded to a student entering Level III who, in the judgment of the Department of Linguistics and Languages , has achieved notable academic standing in Italian courses. Open to non-native speakers of Italian only.

Value: $2,000 (B) (30393)

THE SCHOOL OF THE ARTS SCHOLARSHIP IN MUSIC (H)
Established in 1993 by the Department of Music which later became part of the School of the Arts . To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts , has demonstrated academic excellence in Music.

Value: $1000 (B) (30406)

THE SCIENCE ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIPS (S)
Established in 2001 by the Faculty of Science through the generosity of its alumni and friends. A variable number of scholarships to be awarded to students entering a Level III program in Science who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Science , have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and leadership.

Value: $500 each (B) (30278)

THE SCOTIABANK COMMERCE EXCHANGE PROGRAM AWARDS (B)
Established in 2011 by Scotiabank in support of students in the DeGroote School of Business  who wish to pursue academic studies abroad. To be awarded to students who demonstrate notable academic achievement and are participating in one of McMaster’s formal exchange programs in the DeGroote School of Business in a country in which Scotiabank has operations.

Value: $2,500 each (35019)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE SHEILA SCOTT SCHOLARSHIP FOR BRANDON HALL (O)
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Fall/Winter average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating term.

Value: $750 (B) (30202)

THE SHEILA SCOTT SCHOLARSHIP FOR WALLINGFORD HALL (O)
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Fall/Winter average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating term.

Value: $750 (B) (30158)

THE SHEILA SCOTT SCHOLARSHIP IN ENGLISH (H)
Established in 1983 by graduates of McMaster University and friends in honour of Sheila Scott, Dean of Women from 1965 to 1982, in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the University community during 25 years of service. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of the Honours English program, and who attains the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $800 (B) (30410)

THE LARRY SEFTON SCHOLARSHIPS (SS)*
Established in 1985 by the Hamilton Steelworkers Area Council in memory of Larry Sefton, area supervisor (1946-53) and director of District 6 (1953-73) of the United Steelworkers of America, to recognize his commitment to education, to working people, to unions and to the City of Hamilton. Three scholarships to be awarded to students in the Labour Studies program who, in the judgment of the Committee of Instruction for Labour Studies, have achieved notable standing in any level.

Value: $500 each (D, F) (40097)

THE GRACE SENRA-FONTES MEMORIAL PRIZE (HSC)*
Established in 1989 by the graduating class (Class of ‘88) in association with the McMaster University Nursing Society and the McMaster Nursing Alumni Executive in memory of Grace Senra-Fontes (Class of ‘88) of Toronto. To be awarded to a student in Level III or IV of the Nursing program and who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing , best demonstrates excellence in scholarship and leadership, and has served as a valuable role model for those qualities deemed important to success in a nursing career. Preference will be given to students enrolled in Level IV of the Nursing Program.

Value: $250 (D, F) (40103)

THE MARGARET A. SERVICE BOOK PRIZE (O)
Established in 1990 by friends, colleagues and former students in memory of Margaret A. Service. To be awarded to the student who upon completion of Level I attains the highest average in BIOLOGY 1A03  and BIOLOGY 1M03 .

Value: $120 for books (D) (40059)

THE ALBERT SHALOM TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1994 by family, friends and colleagues in memory of Albert Shalom, Professor of Philosophy at McMaster University from 1966 to 1991. To be awarded to a student who is enrolled in a program in Philosophy, and has, in the judgment of the Department of Philosophy , attained notable standing. Preference will be given to a student travelling and studying abroad during the summer before the final Fall/Winter term, but the scholarship could also be used to fund the final year of study at McMaster.

Value: $725 (B, H) (35029)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE LOUIS J. SHEIN SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1990 by family and friends in memory of Dr. L.J. Shein, founding chair of the Russian Studies program and faculty member from 1958 to 1980. To be awarded to a student who, in the judgment of the Department of Linguistics and Languages , has achieved notable standing in a Russian language course.

Value: $375 (B) (30189)

THE SHELL CANADA PRIZES IN ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (E)
Established in 1983. Three prizes to be awarded to students graduating from an Engineering and Management program. Awards will be based on scholarship and on the quality of and creativity shown in written communication.

Value: $300 each (E) (50049)

THE SHELL CANADA SCHOLARSHIPS IN ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (E)
Established in 1983. Three scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed Level I and at least an additional 110 units of a program in Engineering and Management. Awards will be based on scholarship and on the quality of and creativity shown in written and oral reports.

Value: $1,100 each (B) (30137)

THE SHENSTONE PRIZE (S)
Established in 1903 by J.N. Shenstone of Toronto, and continued by members of his family. To be awarded to the student who has completed Science I and who attains the highest average in any four of the Level I courses in Chemistry, Physics and Biology.
Value: $200 (B) (30138)

THE SHIMCO SCHOLARSHIP (E,S)

Established in 2014 by Peter Voss, B.Sc. (Class of ‘88), B.A. (Class of ‘89). To be awarded to a student in the Faculty of Science or Faculty of Engineering who has completed at least Level I, has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement, and who demonstrates respect, cooperation and exceptional leadership at McMaster or in the community.

Value: $2,500 (D) (40190)
Students may submit an application at the end of Levels I, II, & III (Level IV if in a 5-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE GERALD AND VERNA SIMPSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 1957 by the children in memory of their parents. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of an Honours Physics program with the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $600 (B) (30343)

THE RICHARD SLOBODIN PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1982 in honour of Professor Richard Slobodin for his outstanding contributions to the Department of Anthropology . To be awarded to the graduating student in an Honours Anthropology program who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.

Value: $100 (E) (50046)

THE PATRICIA L. SMYE MEMORIAL PRIZES (H, SS)
Established in 1972 by the Patricia Smye Memorial Fund Committee. Two scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units and who attain the highest Fall/Winter average: (a) one in the three-level English program and (b) one in the three-level Psychology B.A. program.

Value: $400 each (B) (30394)

THE SOCIAL WORK PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1982. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest grade in SOCWORK 2A06 A/B .

Value: $100 (D) (40050)

THE SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY MERIT AWARDS (E, S)
Established in 1961. Three certificates to be awarded: (a) one to a Chemical Engineering graduand, (b) one to an Honours Biochemistry graduand, and (c) one to an Honours Chemistry or Chemical Biology graduand, who have attained the highest Grade Point Average (at least 9.5) and have completed the program in the normal number of years. Value: Certificate (50060) (E)

THE SOCIOLOGY PRIZES (SS)
Established in 1982. Two prizes to be awarded to students with the highest Grade Point Averages: (a) one to a student who has completed the three-level program in Sociology while enrolled in 24 units or more; and (b) one to a student who has completed a program in Sociology primarily on a part-time basis.

Value: $100 each (E) (50051)

THE SOMERVILLE SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1966 by bequest of William L. Somerville, architect of the McMaster University buildings of 1930.

Value: $800 (B) (30169)

The recipient of this award is eligible to receive additional aid through the corresponding Supplementary Bursary Aid Fund if he/she demonstrates financial need. Please see the section on Supplementary Bursary Aid for Award Recipients  in the Student Financial Aid section of this Calendar.

THE SOUTH ONTARIO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIPS (S, SS)
Established in 1973 by the South Ontario (formerly Niagara) Economic Development Council. Two scholarships to be awarded to students in an Honours Geography program who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences, demonstrate interest and outstanding achievement in the areas of regional development and urban planning.

Value: $2,000 each (D) (40191)

THE ROBERT SOWERBY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2002 by family, friends and colleagues, in memory of Dr. R. Sowerby, a professor of Mechanical Engineering. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level I in the Bachelor of Technology program with the highest Grade Point Average.

Value: $150 (D) (40108)

THE MARNIE SPEARS SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1993 by many friends, colleagues and alumni of McMaster University as a tribute to Marnie Spears (Class of ‘69), Executive Director, Development and Public Relations from 1986-93 and dedicated alumna who served as President of the McMaster Alumni Council in 1980, in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the University. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and at least an additional 30 units of an Honours program with notable academic standing and who, in the judgment of a Selection Committee, has demonstrated leadership in public, community or University alumni relations. Not open to students in their graduating year. Students may only receive this award once.

Value: $1,200 (D) (40170)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Levels II & III (Level IV if in a 5-year program) to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE S.L. SQUIRE SCHOLARSHIPS (S)
Established in 1938 by bequest of S.L. Squire of Toronto. Two scholarships to be awarded to students entering Level II of a Mathematics and Statistics program who, in the judgment of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics , attained notable standing in Mathematics and Statistics I.

Value: $850 each (B) (30132)

THE STANTEC CONSULTING LTD. ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2005 by Stantec Consulting Ltd. (Hamilton office). To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I with the highest Fall/Winter average and who is entering a Level II program in Civil Engineering.

Value: $2,500 (B) (30315)

THE CLARENCE L. STARR PRIZE (HSC)
Established in 1946 in memory of Dr. C.L. Starr, M.D., LL.D., F.A.S.S., Professor of Surgery at the University of Toronto, and an honorary alumnus of McMaster University (LL.D. 1922). To be awarded to the student who has completed Nursing I and who attains the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $150 (B) (30025)

THE ANNE STEIN MEMORIAL PRIZE (SS)*
Established in 1981. To be awarded to the part-time student who successfully completes SOCWORK 3DD6 A/B  and attains the highest grade in SOCWORK 3D06 A/B  in the same term.

Value: $125 (C, F) (60001)

THE ANNE STEIN MEMORIAL PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1971 by friends and colleagues of Anne Stein. To be awarded to the student who successfully completes SOCWORK 3DD6 A/B  and attains the highest grade in SOCWORK 3D06 A/B  in the same term.

Value: $125 (D) (40003)

THE JUDITH STERNTHAL SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Established in 2009 by John Zbarsky, M.B.A. (Class of ‘74) in honour of his late mother, Judith Sternthal. To be awarded to students who have completed Business I and an additional 24 - 36 units in the DeGroote School of Business  and who, in the judgment of the School of Business, have demonstrated notable academic standing and community service.

Value: $2,000 (B) (30414)

THE LEONA ALLERSTON RYAN AND GORDON HENRY STEVENS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1995 by Elaine Keillor in memory of Leona and Gordon Stevens. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 75 units of an Honours program in Music or Art who, in the judgment of the School of the Arts , has demonstrated outstanding achievement.

Value: $525 (B) (30229)

THE MABEL STOAKLEY SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1956 by the Young Women’s Canadian Club of Toronto (now the Career Women’s Canadian Club of Toronto). To be awarded to a woman student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of any program and who gives evidence of outstanding academic achievement and leadership.

Value: $425 for books (D) (40150)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Level II to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE STOBO SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1957 by bequest of William Q. Stobo.

Value: $325 (B) (30170)

THE MARIE L. STOCK SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1987 by the French Section of the Department of Romance Languages in honour of Marie L. Stock, Professor Emeritus of French, and Chair of the Department of Romance Languages from 1962 to 1965. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in French and who, in the judgment of the Department of French, has achieved notable academic standing.

Value: $450 (B) (30104)

THE MARK JOHN STOJCIC SCHOLARSHIPS (E)
Established in 1997 by bequest of Mark John Stojcic. Two scholarships to be awarded to students who have completed Level III of a Materials Science and Engineering program who, in the judgment of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering , demonstrate outstanding academic achievement.

Value: $1,800 each (B) (30242)

THE SWISS MINISTER TO CANADA BOOK PRIZES (O)
Established in 1950. To be awarded from time to time to in-course students for proficiency in French, German, or Italian.

Value: Book (D) (40051)

THE JUANITA LEBARRE SYMINGTON SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1981 by The Women’s Art Association of Hamilton in memory of Juanita LeBarre Symington. To be awarded to the student entering the graduating term of the Honours Studio Art program with the highest Fall/Winter average. The recipient must be from the Hamilton-Wentworth Region.

Value: $800 (B) (30370)

THE T.H.B. SYMONS PRIZE IN CANADIAN STUDIES (SS)
Established in 1978. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and at least an additional 30 units of a program in Political Science who, in the judgment of the Department of Political Science , has achieved notable standing in at least six units of Level II and/or Level III Political Science courses in Canadian Politics.

Value: $500 (D) (40174)

THE DR. ANDREW SZENDROVITS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (B)
Established in 1999 by family, friends and colleagues in memory of Dr. Andrew Szendrovits, a former professor of Production and Management Science since 1962 and Dean of the Faculty of Business from 1979 to 1984 at McMaster University. To be awarded to the student enrolled in a Commerce program who achieves the highest average in the operations/management science courses (COMMERCE 3QC3  and 3QA3 ) taken in the same term.

Value: $450 (B) (30265)

THE KENNETH W. TAYLOR BOOK PRIZE (SS)*
Established in 1976 by his children in memory of Dr. Kenneth W. Taylor (Class of ‘21), LL.D. (Class of ‘50). To be awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the Department of Economics , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in courses within the areas of monetary economics and financial institutions, and of public finance.

Value: $100 for books (40029) (D, F)

THE ROBERT TAYLOR SCHOLARSHIP IN COMMERCE (B)
Established in 2009 by Robert Taylor, M.B.A. (Class of ‘76). To be awarded to a student in a Commerce program who, in the judgment of the DeGroote School of Business , has demonstrated academic achievement.

Value: $1,000 (30355) (B)

THE THEATRE & FILM STUDIES BOOK PRIZE (O)
Established in 1974 by Professor Ronald W. Vince. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest grade in THTRFLM 1T03 .

Value: Book (D) (40014)

THE DR. DAVID THOMPSON SCHOLARSHIP (E)
Established in 2010 by Tom Jenkins, B.Eng.Mgt. (Class of ‘82) and Toby Jenkins to honour Tom’s Engineering Physics professor, Dr. David Thompson. To be awarded to students who have completed Level I with the highest Fall/Winter average and who are entering a Level II Engineering Physics program. The recipient may not hold another scholarship of equal or greater value.

Value: $5,000 (B) (30400)

THE HUGH R. THOMPSON MEMORIAL PRIZE (S, SS)
Established in 1960 in memory of Dr. Hugh R. Thompson. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of an Honours program in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences with the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $250 (B) (30069)

THE DR. R.A. THOMPSON PRIZE IN MATHEMATICS (S)
Established in 1954 by bequest of Dr. William Bethune, in memory of R.A. Thompson, B.A., LL.D., Principal of Central Collegiate Institute, Hamilton, from 1897-1919, in recognition of his contribution to education in Hamilton. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours program in Mathematics and/or Statistics, who attains a high Fall/Winter average.

Value: $300 (B) (30040)

THE MICHAEL THOMSON MEMORIAL BOOK PRIZES (O)
Established in 1975 by the members of the Departments of German and Russian in memory of Michael Thomson, Supervisor of the McMaster University language laboratories from 1961 to 1975. Two prizes to be awarded: (a) one to the student who attains the highest standing in GERMAN 1Z06 A/B   and (b) one to the student who attains the highest standing in any Russian course.

Value: $50 each (D) (40035)

THE TINNERMAN PALNUT ENGINEERED PRODUCTS SCHOLARSHIP IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (E)
Established in 2001 by Tinnerman Palnut Engineered Products. To be awarded to a student entering Level II of a Mechanical Engineering Program who, in the judgment of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has achieved notable academic standing and demonstrated qualities of leadership at McMaster or in the community.

Value: $3,000 (B) (30344)

THE GRAHAM RONALD TOOP SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1989 in memory of Graham Toop (Class of ‘89) by family and friends. To be awarded to the student entering Level IV of an Honours Philosophy program and who, in the judgment of the Department of Philosophy , has demonstrated leadership and influence in scholarly activities related to the field of philosophy.

Value: $500 (B) (30190)

THE CORELENE HELEN TOSTEVIN SCHOLARSHIPS (HSC)*
Established in 1998 by bequest of Corelene Tostevin. To be awarded to students enrolled in an accelerated BScN program and who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing , have demonstrated notable academic achievement.

Value: $250 each (D, F) (40083)

THE JOHN TOTH MEMORIAL PRIZE (H)*
Established in 1983 in memory of John Toth by his friends. To be awarded to the student who attains the highest average in any six units of Level III or IV Latin courses.

Value: $50 (D, F) (40028)

THE FRANK AND CAROL TRISTANI SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 2012 by Frank and Carol Tristani. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I with a high Fall/Winter average, is entering Level II in the DeGroote School of Business  or the Faculty of Science  and who, in the judgment of the selection committee, has demonstrated outstanding leadership through service to McMaster University and/or the community in athletic, professional or social organizations.

Value: $2,500 (D) (40168)

Applications may be submitted at the end of Level I to the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships by April 15th.

THE JOHN H. TRUEMAN PRIZE (H)
Established in 1989 as a tribute to Professor John H. Trueman by his many friends, colleagues and students on the occasion of his retirement from McMaster University. To be awarded to the graduating student who demonstrates the most outstanding ability in a  history.

Value: $250 (E) (50067)

THE JOHN H. TRUEMAN SCHOLARSHIP (H)*
Established in 1989 as a tribute to Professor John H. Trueman by his many friends, colleagues and students on the occasion of his retirement from McMaster University. 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.

Value: $250 (D, F) (40104)

THE THOMAS TRUMAN MEMORIAL PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1992 by friends and colleagues in memory of Professor Thomas Truman, a member of the Department of Political Science  from 1966 to 1990. To be awarded to the student entering the final level of an Honours program in Political Science who, in the judgment of the Department of Political Science , has achieved notable academic standing in at least nine units of Comparative Politics courses.

Value: $75 (D) (40068)

THE UNIVERSITY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS (O)
Established in 2006. Awarded for overall academic excellence to part-time students in undergraduate programs. Each year, quotas are established in proportion to the number of part-time undergraduate students who obtain a Grade Point Average of 8.0 or greater and who are named to the Deans’ Honour List. Not open to students in their graduating year.

Value: $800 (D) (40118)

THE UNIVERSITY PRIZES FOR SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT (O)*
Established in 1973. Two prizes to be awarded in each Faculty and other academic units to individual students or to students involved in group projects who exhibit exceptional skill and originality in a creative project (such as an essay, poem, sculpture, mathematical or scientific problem, engineering design) or a related series of such projects.

Value: $500 each (D, F) (40140)

THE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1978. Twenty scholarships to be awarded to part-time students who have attained the highest Grade Point Average at the most recent review.

Value: $250 each (C) (60003)

THE UNIVERSITY (SENATE) SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Made available by authorization of the Board of Governors of the University.

Value: $800 each (B) (30173)

THE VALE CANADA LTD. SCHOLARSHIP IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (S)
Established in 2000 by Inco Limited. To be awarded to a student entering Level III, IV (or Year V of a Co-op program) in the Honours Earth and Environmental Sciences program who, in the judgment of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences has achieved notable academic standing and demonstrated qualities of leadership at McMaster or in the community.

Value: $2,000 (B) (30275)

THE VALE CANADA LTD. SCHOLARSHIP IN MATERIALS ENGINEERING (E)
Established in 2000 by Inco Limited. To be awarded to a student entering Level II of the Materials Engineering, Materials Engineering and Management or Materials Engineering and Society program who, in the judgment of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering  has achieved notable academic standing and demonstrated qualities of leadership at McMaster or in the community.

Value: $1,900 (B) (30274)

THE SUSAN VAJOCZKI LEGACY TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP (A, S, SS)
Established in 2013 by the family, friends and colleagues in memory of Susan Vajoczki, Professor of Geography and Earth Sciences, and Director of the Centre for Leadership and Learning. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level II in any program in the Faculty of Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, or the Arts and Science Program and who, in the judgment of the School of Geography & Earth Sciences, has achieved notable academic standing, and is pursuing research in the fields of pedagogy (teaching and learning) or Earth Sciences who could benefit from travel.

Value: $1,000 (B) (35028)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE VALLEY CITY MANUFACTURING CO. LTD. SCHOLARSHIPS (S)
Established in 1991 by the Valley City Manufacturing Co. Ltd. of Dundas, Ontario. Two scholarships to be awarded to the students enrolled in an Honours B.Sc. program: one to the student entering Level II and one to the student entering Level III who attain the highest Fall/Winter average. Recipients may not hold another scholarship of equal or greater value.

Value: $1,600 each (B) (30411)

THE VAREY SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in 1978 by J.C. Varey, Dundas, in memory of Albert E. Varey. To be awarded to a student in an Honours Program in Classics who, in the judgment of the Department of Classics  has achieved notable academic standing.

Value: $275 (B) (30151)

THE ALLAN R. VEALL SCHOLARSHIP IN ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS (SS)
Established in 2009 by the Veall family in memory of Allan R. Veall, B.A. (Class of ‘45). To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and a minimum of 60 units in an Economics program and who, in the judgment of the Department of Economics , has demonstrated significant academic achievement in Environmental Economics as well as outstanding overall academic merit.

Value: $1,000 (D) (40132)

THE JIM WADDINGTON PRIZE IN PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY (S)
Established in 2004 by friends, colleagues and students in recognition of Jim Waddington and his career as a teacher and researcher. To be awarded to a student entering Level II of an Honours program in the Department of Physics and Astronomy  who has attained the highest grade in PHYSICS 1BA3 .

Value: $1,000 (B) (30398)

THE HARRY WAISGLASS BOOK PRIZE (SS)
Established in 1988 in honour of Harry Waisglass, the first Director of the Labour Studies Education Program at McMaster. To be awarded to a student graduating from a program in Labour Studies who, in the judgment of the Committee of Instruction for Labour Studies, has demonstrated outstanding achievement.

Value: $50 for books (E) (50024)

THE WALKER/MIDDLETON FIELDWORK SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 2010 in honour of Gerard Middleton and Roger Walker by a generation of grateful students who studied under them from the mid-1960s until 2000. To be awarded to students who are participating in field courses or research undertaken as part of the students’ program of study, who have completed at least Level II of an Honours B.Sc. program in the School of Geography & Earth Sciences and who, in the judgment of the School, have demonstrated notable academic standing.

Value: $TBA (D) (40176)

Students who wish to be considered for this award must submit an application to the Director of the School of Geography and Earth Sciences by April 1st.

THE MELINDA WAPSHAW ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (SS)*
Established in 1993 by the Labour Studies Student Association and the Labour Studies Program. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 60 - 75 units of an Honours Program in Labour Studies and who, in the judgment of the Committee of Instruction, demonstrates outstanding achievement.

Value: $300 (D, F) (40160)

THE F.W. WATERS SCHOLARSHIP IN PHILOSOPHY (H)
Established in 1990 by the former students, colleagues and friends of Dr. F.W. Waters, Professor from 1935 to 1959. To be awarded to the student entering Level IV of an Honours Program in Philosophy who, in the judgment of the Department of Philosophy , shows the most academic promise.

Value: $750 (B) (30197)

THE F.W. WATERS SCHOLARSHIP IN PHILOSOPHY FOR PART-TIME STUDENTS (H)
Established in 1998 by former students, colleagues and friends of Dr. F. W. Waters, Professor from 1935 to 1959. To be awarded to a part-time student in a Philosophy program who, in the judgment of the Department of Philosophy , has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. No student will be eligible to receive this award more than once.

Value: $250 (C) (60008)

THE VIOLA E. WEBSTER FOREIGN STUDY AWARD (H)
Established in 2012 in memory of Viola E. Webster B.A. (Class of ‘43) by her nephew, Ion Webster. To be granted to a student in the Faculty of Humanities  who is participating in an international exchange program and who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to students who have taken courses in French and German.

Value: $2,500 (H) (35026)

Travel applications are due February 28th. Only current OSAP recipients are eligible.

THE RALPH WEEKES SCHOLARSHIP (SS)*
Established in 1994 by the Investors Group Financial Services to recognize the accomplishments of Ralph Weekes (Class of ‘73). To be awarded to a student enrolled in a program in Economics who, in the judgment of the Department of Economics , has attained notable standing. Preference to be given to a student pursuing studies on a part-time basis.

Value: $800 (D, F) (40073)

THE ALVINA MARIE WERNER SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 2008 through a bequest by the late Alvina Marie Werner. To be awarded to a graduating student enrolled in a Gerontology or Social Work program who, in the judgment of the Faculty of Social Sciences , demonstrates outstanding academic achievement and interest in pursuing a career in social services in the specific area of gerontology.

Value: $2,400 (E) (50103)

THE WHIDDEN HALL RESIDENCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Fall/Winter average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating session.

Value: $750 (B) (30159)

THE HOWARD P. WHIDDEN SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1941 by the Honourable Jacob Nicol (Class of ‘00) of Sherbrooke, Quebec, in honour of Chancellor Howard P. Whidden, with a view to fostering relations of friendship and understanding between French-speaking and English-speaking Canadians. To be awarded to a student who has completed six units of French and who shows ability and promise in the use of the French language. The recipient will study at a Quebec university during the summer.

Value: $800 (B, H) (35021)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE R.M. WILES MEMORIAL BOOK PRIZE (O)*
Established in 1975 in memory of Professor Roy McKeen Wiles by his friends and colleagues. To be awarded to the student who, in the judgment of the Department of English and Cultural Studies , has written the best essay on a topic relating to English literature of the period 1660-1800.

Value: $250 for books (D, F) (40044)

THE T. RUSSELL WILKINS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS (A, HSC, S)
Established in 1963 by bequest of Mrs. T. Russell Wilkins (B.A. ‘18 Brandon, M.A. ‘32), daughter of former Chancellor Howard P. Whidden, in memory of her husband, Dr. T. Russell Wilkins (Class of ‘11). Two scholarships to be awarded to students in their penultimate level of an Honours program in Arts and Science, Health Sciences or Science who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. In addition, the students should demonstrate a lively interest in the humanities and in the human and social implications of scientific developments. The purpose of the scholarship is to enable the winners to spend the summer before the final Fall/Winter session in travel and study outside Canada.
Value: $4,600 each (B, H) (35022)

Travel Scholarship applications are due February 28th.

THE MARJORIE AND CHARLES WILKINSON SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 1991 by the family in honour of Marjorie Wilkinson, author of many books and addresses on religion, and co-founder of the Hamilton Lay School of Theology at McMaster in 1966, and Charles Wilkinson, religion editor and writer for the Hamilton Spectator from 1963-1985. To be awarded to the student who has completed at least 30 units beyond Level I of an Honours program in Religious Studies and who, in the judgment of the Department of Religious Studies , has attained notable academic standing in courses in Christian thought.

Value: $450 (B) (30191)

THE THOMAS E. WILLEY SCHOLARSHIP (H)
Established in memory of Dr. Thomas E. Willey in 1996 by his family, colleagues and friends. To be awarded to an undergraduate student who, in the judgment of the Department of History  and the Department of Linguistics and Languages , has demonstrated excellence in German studies.

Value: $400 (D) (40171)

THE EMANUEL WILLIAMS SCHOLARSHIP IN PHYSICS (S)
Established in 1948 by Arabel M. Williams of Port Colborne as a memorial to her brother. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of an Honours program in Physics with the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $1,200 (B) (30049)

THE STEVE WILSON SCHOLARSHIP IN CORPORATE FINANCE (B)
Established in 2013 by Steve Wilson. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 54 - 66 units of a Commerce program and who, in the judgment of the DeGroote School of Business, shows outstanding academic merit with a heavy concentration in corporate finance.

Value: $2,000 (D) (40179)

THE DAVID WINCH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 2003 in memory of Professor David Winch by his family, friends and colleagues. To be awarded to a part-time student in the Faculty of Social Sciences  who has completed at least Level II and who, in the judgment of the Faculty, has demonstrated notable academic achievement.

Value: $500 (C) (60016)

THE WOMEN’S ART ASSOCIATION OF HAMILTON SCHOLARSHIPS (H)
Established in 1969. Two scholarships to be awarded: (a) one to a student entering Level II of an Honours Studio Art program and (b) one to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units of a program in Honours Art History with the highest Fall/Winter average. The recipients must be from the Hamilton-Wentworth Region.

Value: $800 each (B) (30369)

THE LINDY WEE WONG INTERNATIONAL OUTREACH AWARD (HSC)
Established in 2010 by Hong Eie Wong, B.Eng. (Class of ‘82) in honour of his wife. To be awarded to a student in the Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) program who will be travelling and volunteering in underdeveloped, disadvantaged areas outside of Canada and who, in the judgment of the Program, demonstrates contribution to the betterment of life through special initiatives.

Value: $1,000 (B) (30360)

THE WOODSTOCK HALL RESIDENCE SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Awarded to the student who resides in the residence with the highest Fall/Winter average (at least 9.5) in an undergraduate program, with the exception of those in their graduating term.

Value: $750 (B) (30160)

THE WOUTERS FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP (SS)
Established in 2011 by Peter Anthony Wouters, B.A. (Class of ‘76) and B.Sc. (Class of ‘77). To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level II of any program in the Department of Health, Aging and Society  and who attains the highest Fall/Winter average.

Value: $1,000 (B) (30376)

THE IVOR WYNNE MEMORIAL PRIZE (SS, S)
Established in 1971 in memory of Ivor Wynne, Dean of Students. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level III of the Kinesiology program and who attained the highest Grade Point Average.

Value: $250 (B) (30075)

THE MARGUERITE Z. YATES SCHOLARSHIP (O)
Established in 1960 by bequest of Mrs. W.H. Yates of Hamilton.

Value: $225 (B) (30167)

THE YATES SCHOLARSHIPS (O)
Established in 1963 by bequest of William Henry Yates of Hamilton.
Value: $800 each (B) (30171)

THE GLADYS A. YOUNG SCHOLARSHIP (S)
Established in 1991 by T.G. Harvey in honour of his wife, Gladys B.Sc., (Class of ‘37), M.Sc., (Class of ‘38), one of a group of researchers who commenced radio astronomy research with the National Research Council of Canada. To be awarded to the student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 65 units of an Honours program in Mathematics or Physics with the highest Fall/Winter average. The recipient must not hold another scholarship of equal or greater value.

Value: $1,600 (B) (30206)

THE MANUEL AND LILLIAN ZACK SCHOLARSHIP (HSC)
Established in 1984 by Manuel and Lillilan Zack (Class of ‘40) of Hamilton. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level I and an additional 70 units of a program in Nursing and who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing , has demonstrated achievement, initiative, and commitment to gerontological nursing through clinical practice, term papers, research interest, or community activities and who pursues/pursued these interests in Level IV.

Value: $1,800 (D) (40192)

Academic Grants for Full-Time, In-Course Students

THE ANDERSON ACADEMIC GRANT IN COMMERCE (B)
Established in 2009 by William and Lorna Anderson to assist high-achieving students in offsetting the cost of tuition. To be awarded to five students who have completed Level III of the Honours Bachelor of Commerce program with high Grade Point Averages and who demonstrate financial need.

Value: $5,000 each (85037)

THE BINNEY FAMILY ACADEMIC GRANT (S,SS)
Established in 2012 by Paul Binney B.Sc. Hon. (Class of ‘73), M.Sc. and Lynn Binney (nee Frazer) B.A. Hon. (Class of ‘73) to encourage students to pursue their goals and aspirations. To be awarded to a student in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences who has completed Level I and at least an additional 30 units, has attained a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85053)

THE WALTER AND ADELINE BOYCHUK ACADEMIC GRANT (SS)
Established in 2011 by Lynda Boychuk in honour of her parents, Walter and Adeline Boychuk. To be awarded to a Level I student enrolled in 24 units or more in the Faculty of Social Sciences  who has a high final admission average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $2,000 (G) (85066)

THE GORDON AND AGNES (TWAMBLEY) BRASH ACADEMIC GRANT (E)
Established in 2008 by the bequest of Ron Brash, B.Eng. (Class of ‘64) in memory of his parents. A variable number to be awarded to students in a Level II Electrical Engineering program who attained a high Fall/Winter average in Engineering I and demonstrate financial need.

Value: $2,000 (G) (85013)

THE MARGARET ELIZABETH BURKE MEMORIAL ACADEMIC GRANT (HSC)
Established in 2005 by Dr. Dennis Burke in memory of his wife, Margaret. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I in the B.Sc.N. program and who, in the judgment of the School of Nursing , has attained the highest grade in the required Level I Anatomy/Physiology courses and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $2,700 (G) (85064)

THE WILLIAM F. CAMPBELL ACADEMIC GRANT (E, S)
Established in 2005 by Margaret Campbell, M.Sc. (Class of ‘72) and David F. Campbell in memory of their father William F. Campbell, B.A. (Class of ‘36) of Ottawa. To be awarded to students entering Level II in the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Science who have completed Level I with high Fall/Winter averages and demonstrate financial need. Tenable in Levels III and IV provided that the recipients remain enrolled in their Faculty and maintain a minimum Fall/Winter average of 9.5. These awards will be divided equally between the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Science.

Value: $6,000 ($2,000 each year) (G) (85010)

THE CANADIAN PROCESS CONTROL ASSOCIATION ACADEMIC GRANT (E)
Established in 2012 by The Canadian Process Control Association. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Technology, Process Automation Technology program who have achieved notable academic standing and who demonstrate financial need.

Value: $2,500 (G) (85063)

THE CHAMBERS ACADEMIC GRANT (E)
Established in 2012 by Dean Chambers, B.Eng.Mgt. (Class of ‘78) and his wife, Carol-Lynn Chambers, in memory of Dean’s father, Leslie Wayne Chambers, who inspired his son’s educational and career choices. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level II in a Chemical Engineering and Management program with a high Fall/Winter average, and who demonstrates financial need.

Value: $2,000 (G) (85059)

THE NESMITH AND INGRID CHINGCUANCO ACADEMIC GRANT (E)
Established in 2013 by Nesmith and Ingrid Chingcuanco. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level II of an Electrical Engineering program with a high Fall/Winter Average and who demonstrates financial need.
Value: $2,500 (G) (85069)

THE COSTCO WHOLESALE CANADA LTD. ACADEMIC GRANT (C)
Established in 2012 by Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd. To be awarded to a student entering the Commerce program in the DeGroote School of Business  with a high final admission average who demonstrates financial need. The grant is tenable for up to four years provided the recipient enrolled in 24 units or morein the DeGroote School of Business and maintains a minimum Fall/Winter average of 9.5. To be awarded every four years.

Value: $8,000 ($2,000/year) (G) (85054)

THE ALFRED HARRY CROWHURST ACADEMIC GRANT (C)
Established in 2012 by Lawrence Crowhurst, B. Com. (Class of ‘76) in memory of his father, Alfred Harry Crowhurst. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce program who has completed at least Level I with a high Fall/Winter average, and who demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85055)

THE MARGARET C. DIXON ACADEMIC GRANT (H)
Established in 2006 by Mrs. Geraldine Phenix in memory of her mother, Margaret C. Dixon, to honour her love of music and the piano. To be awarded to a student in an Honours Music program who attains a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,600 (G) (85016)

THE DUBECK ACADEMIC GRANT (S)
Established in 2006 by Dr. Michael Dubeck, B.Sc. (Class of ‘51) and M.Sc. (Class of ‘52). To be awarded to a student enrolling in a program of study in the Faculty of Science  who has a high final admission average and demonstrates financial need. The grant is tenable for up to four years provided the recipient remains in the Faculty of Science and maintains a minimum Fall/Winter average of 9.5. (To be awarded every four years.)

Value: $8,000 ($2,000 per year) (G) (85052)

THE DUBECK MEMORIAL ACADEMIC GRANT (S)
Established in 2012 by Dr. Michael Dubeck B.Sc. (Class of ‘51), M.Sc. (Class of ‘52) in memory of his parents, Samuel and Elsie Dudyk who, through dedication and sacrifice, enabled their two sons to attend McMaster. To be awarded to students enrolled in Level I Environmental & Earth Sciences, Honours Integrated Sciences, Life Sciences, or Physical Sciences in the Faculty of Science with a high admission average and who demonstrate financial need. The grant is tenable for up to four years provided the recipient remains enrolled in at least 24 units in the Faculty of Science and maintains a minimum Fall/Winter average of 9.5.

Value: $20,000 ($5,000 per year) (G) (85058)

THE FARQUHAR/FIRTH ACADEMIC GRANT (H)
Established in 2011 by Andrea and Craig Farquhar in honour of Ben Firth, B.A. (Class of ‘56). To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 24-36 units of an Honours English or History program, attains a high Fall/Winter average, and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85046)

THE P.J. FERGUSON ACADEMIC GRANT (H)
Established in 2007 by P. J. Ferguson, B.A. (Class of ‘87), President of ABL Employment Inc. in support of her belief that all students should be able to pursue their educational goals. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 45 units in a History program, attains a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85022)

THE FRITH ACADEMIC GRANT FOR NURSING EXCELLENCE (HSC)
Established in 2009 by the Styles Family Foundation in recognition of the Hamilton General Hospital School of Nursing  and, in particular, the graduating Class of 1954B of which Jacqueline Frith Styles was a member. To be awarded to the student entering B.Sc.N. program in the School of Nursing who has a high final admission average and demonstrates financial need. The award is tenable for up to four years provided the recipient remains enrolled in the School of Nursing and maintains a minimum Fall/Winter average of 9.5.

Value: $12,000 ($3,000 per year) (G) (85062)

THE BURDEE GIBSON ACADEMIC GRANT (B)
Established in 2007 by Scott Kinnear, B.Eng. (Class of ‘88) and Betty Ann Kinnear in memory of her mother, Burdee Gibson. To be awarded to a student entering Business I in the DeGroote School of Business who has a high final admission average and demonstrates financial need. Award is tenable for up to four years provided the recipient remains in the DeGroote School of Business and maintains a minimum Fall/Winter average of 9.5. (To be awarded every four years.)

Value: $4,000 ($1,000 per year) (G) (85020)

THE JAMES R. (JAMIE) GREILICH MEMORIAL ACADEMIC GRANT (H)

Established in 2014 by Mr. George and Mrs. Rita Greilich in memory of their son Jamie Greilich B.A.(Class of ‘88) who passed away at the age of 25 years old, with the intent of providing the opportunity of education. To be awarded to two students enrolled in a program within the Faculty of Humanities with a high Fall/Winter Average and who demonstrate financial need.

Value: $5,000 (G) (85072)

THE HANS GROH ACADEMIC GRANT (O)
Established in 2011 by Dr. Catherine Groh, B.Sc. (Class of ‘93) and M.D. (Class of ‘96), in honour of her father Hans Groh to encourage students in their pursuit of education. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level I with a high Fall/Winter average, and who demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85047)

THE CARL HALLER-ASSOCIATED MEDICAL SERVICES, INC. ACADEMIC GRANT (B)
Established in 2006 by Associated Medical Services, Inc. in honour of Carl Haller, B.A., Economics and Business (Class of ‘55) for his dedication and years of service on its Board of Directors. To be awarded to a student entering Business I in the DeGroote School of Business who has a high final admission average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $2,000 (G) (85019)

THE HATCH ACADEMIC GRANT IN ENGINEERING (E)
Established in 2005 by Hatch to celebrate their 50th anniversary and their success in providing engineering expertise to clients around the world. Two grants to be awarded to students in a program in Civil, Chemical, Materials or Mechanical Engineering who have a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrate financial need: a) one after the completion of Level I and an additional 33-45 units, and b) one after the completion of Level I and an additional 58-82 units.

Value: $2,000 each (G) (85008)

THE HENRY GLOBAL CONSULTING ACADEMIC GRANT (O)
Established in 2011 by Henry Global Consulting at the request of Henry Zou, Ph.D. Engineering (Class of ‘91), in recognition of McMaster students who, through dedicated effort, excel in their education. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level I with a high Fall/Winter average, and who demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85048)

THE JACK HOWETT ACADEMIC GRANT (E)
Established in 2005 by the Organization of CANDU Industries (OCI) in honour of Jack Howett, a founding member. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level II with a high Fall/Winter average and is continuing in an Engineering Physics program specializing in the Nuclear Engineering and Energy Systems Stream, and who demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85007)

THE IODE HAMILTON MARTHA SERRELS ACADEMIC GRANT (C)
Established in 2010 by IODE Hamilton in memory of Martha Serrels. A variable number to be awarded to students enrolled in a Commerce program in the DeGroote School of Business  who attain a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrate financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85043)

THE ELIZABETH JENKINS ACADEMIC GRANT (O)
Established in 2010 by Tom Jenkins, B.Eng.Mgt. (Class of ‘82) and Toby Jenkins in honour of Tom’s mother, Elizabeth Jenkins. To be awarded to students who have completed any Level I program, attained high Fall/Winter averages, and who demonstrate financial need.

Value: $5,000 (G) (85056)

THE ART JEROME ACADEMIC GRANT (S)
Established in 2014 by his family in memory of Art Jerome (Class of ‘49) who was a McMaster Hall of Fame Inductee and an athlete who was very passionate about sport as well as education. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Kinesiology program in the Faculty of Science with high Fall/Winter averages and who demonstrate financial need.

Value: $2,500 (G) (85067)

THE JOYCE AND ROSS KELLY ACADEMIC GRANT (E)
Established in 2008 by Joyce and Ross Kelly to provide support for students who wish to pursue their educational goals. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I with a high Fall/Winter average, is enrolled in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $2,000 (G) (85029)

THE KNEALE BROTHERS ‘37 ACADEMIC GRANT (H, SS)
Established in 2006 by brothers Verne and Graham Kneale (Class of ‘37) in honour of their family’s belief in higher education. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences  or the Faculty of Humanities  who has completed Level I and an additional 30-45 units, attains a high Fall/Winter average, and who demonstrates financial need.

Value: $2,000 (G) (85011)

THE THELMA LAZAROWICH ACADEMIC GRANT (B)
Established in 2005 by Michael Lypka, B. Com. (Class of ‘80) in memory of his grandmother To be awarded to a student enrolled in 24 units or more in Business I in the DeGroote School of Business  who has a high final admission average and demonstrates financial need. Award is tenable for up to four years provided the recipient remains in the DeGroote School of Business and maintains a minimum Fall/Winter average of 9.5.

Value: $20,000 ($5,000 per year) (G) (85012)

THE TAYLOR LEIBOW ACADEMIC GRANT (B)
Established in 2006 by Taylor Leibow LLP, a Hamilton-based firm established in 1947. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level II or III of the Bachelor of Commerce program, attains a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $800 (G) (85014)

THE LINARDIC FAMILY ACADEMIC GRANT (H)
Established in 2007 by Daniel Linardic, B.A. (Class of ‘91) and Kim Linardic. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 24 - 75 units in an Honours Philosophy program, who attained a high Fall/Winter average, and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,700 (G) (85025)

THE LIVING PROOF ACADEMIC GRANT (S, SS)
Established in 2012 by Dr. Sachin B. Patel (Class of ‘01). To be awarded to a student in a Kinesiology program who attained a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85057)

THE GRAEME MACQUEEN ACADEMIC GRANT
Established in 2012 by Dr. Paul McArthur, B.Sc. (Class of ‘88) and Dr. Susan McArthur in recognition of their friend Graeme MacQueen, a retired McMaster professor who taught from 1974-2003 and was the Director, Centre for Peace Studies from 1989-1996. To be granted to a student who has obtained a high Fall/Winter average in a Peace Studies program and who demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,500 (85060)

THE MARION D. MAITLAND MEMORIAL ACADEMIC GRANT IN ART HISTORY (H)
Established in 2010 by John O. Maitland, in memory of his beloved wife, Marion D. Maitland, in support of her belief that all students should have the opportunity to achieve their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in the School of the Arts who have completed Level I, achieved academic excellence in any Level I Art History course, and demonstrate financial need.

Value: $1,200 (G) (85041)

THE REHANA AND KHALID MASUD ACADEMIC GRANT (C)
Established in 2011 by Omar Masud, B.Sc. (Class of ‘11) in honour of his parents Rehana and Khalid Masud, for their unparalleled dedication and commitment towards their children’s education. To be awarded to a student in the DeGroote School of Business  who has completed at least Level I with a high Fall/Winter average and who demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85050)

THE JOHN B. MCDOUGALL ACADEMIC GRANT (O)
Established in 2009 in memory of the late John B. McDougall, B.Sc. (Class of ‘40) by his family and friends in recognition of his 25 years of service to McMaster. After 10 years at the Chalk River Reactor, John returned to McMaster in 1957 where, in 1959, he helped open the first university-based research reactor in the British Commonwealth. To be awarded to students who use the nuclear reactor in their course work, have attained high academic standing in ENGPHYS 3D03 , are currently enrolled in ENGPHYS 4U04 A/B , and demonstrate financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85039)

THE WILLIAM MCKEON MEMORIAL ACADEMIC GRANT IN PHYSICS (S)
Established in 2007 by Mary McKeon, B.A. (Class of ‘46) in honour of her cousin William McKeon. To be awarded to a student in a Level II Honours Physics program who attained a high Fall/Winter average in Level I and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $2,000 (G) (85080)

THE MCMASTER AMICUS ACADEMIC GRANT IN SOCIOLOGY (SS)

Established in 2014 by a Bachelor of Arts alumnus (Class of ‘85). To be granted to a student who has completed at least Level II of a Sociology program with a high Fall/Winter Average and who demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85070)

THE SZLEK MILLER ACADEMIC GRANT (H, SS)
Established in 2008 by Dr. Stefania Szlek Miller (Class of ‘67), on the occasion of her retirement after 35 years of service as a faculty member in the Department of Political Science . To be awarded to a student enrolled in an Honours History or Honours Political Science program who attains a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,500 (G) (85027)

THE KRISTINA FERRIS MILNER ACADEMIC GRANT (E)
Established in 2011 by Kristina Ferris Milner, B.Sc. (Class of ‘94) and B.Eng. (Class of ‘99) to encourage students to pursue and continue studies in Engineering Physics. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level II with a high Fall/Winter average and is continuing in an Engineering Physics program, and who demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,500 (85044)

THE ELEANOR MORRIS ACADEMIC GRANT (HSC)
Established in 2005 by Sandra Morris, B.A. (Class of ‘82) in memory of her mother, Eleanor Morris. To be awarded to a student in the B.Sc.N. program in the School of Nursing  who has completed Level I with a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $800 (G) (85006)

THE DOREEN MORRISON ACADEMIC GRANT (SS)
Established in 2007 in memory of Doreen O’Neill Morrison by her children, Rod, Brent and Jane, and the Morrison and Collis families. To be awarded to a student who has completed at least Level II of any program in the Department of Health, Aging and Society , and who attains a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,200 (G) (85021)

THE RICHARD C. NEWMAN ACADEMIC GRANT (E)
Established in 2007 by the Newman family in memory of Richard Carson Newman, father of Mark Newman, B.Sc. (Class of ‘86) and Toni Newman, B.A. (Class of ‘83). To be awarded to a student in the Faculty of Engineering  who has completed at least Level I, attains a high Fall/Winter average, and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,500 (G) (85023)

THE LYNN NICKERSON ‘97 ACADEMIC GRANT (E)
Established in 2012 in memory of Lynn Nickerson, B.Eng.Society (Class of ‘97). To be awarded to a student in the Faculty of Engineering  who has completed Level II or Level III of an Engineering and Society program and who has achieved notable academic standing and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $2,000 (85061)

THE MANSON OLSON ACADEMIC GRANT (S)
Established in 2005 by Marguerite Olson (Class of ‘50) in honour of her father Gordon Manson (Class of ‘38), her brother John Manson (Class of ‘56) and her husband Theodore Olson (Class of ‘51). To be awarded to a student in the Faculty of Science  who has attained a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $800 (G) (85003)

THE BARBARA PATRICIA PECKHAM ACADEMIC GRANT (H)
Established in 2008 by John Marinucci, B.Com. (Class of ‘80) and Tracy Marinucci in memory of her mother, Barbara Patricia Peckham, who had a passion for dance and music and was always willing to help those who were prepared to help themselves. To be awarded to students who have completed Level I in the Faculty of Humanities with high Fall/Winter averages, are enrolled in a Level II Honours program in the School of the Arts , and demonstrate financial need. The grant is tenable for up to three years provided the recipient remains enrolled in 24 units or more, maintains a minimum Fall/Winter average of 9.5 and continues to be enrolled in the School of the Arts .

Value: $15,000 ($5,000 per year) (G) (85032)

THE POLLOCK FAMILY ACADEMIC GRANT (E)
Established in 2006 by Dr. Ken Pollock, Dr. Gary Pollock, Dr. Mark Pollock and Dr. Ted Pollock. To be awarded to a student in the Faculty of Engineering  who has completed Level I, attained a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $2,500 (G) (85024)

THE BARRIE REID ACADEMIC GRANT (B)
Established in 2006 by friends and family in memory of Barrie Reid, B.A. (Class of ‘75). To be awarded to a student in a Commerce program, who attains a high standing in either marketing course, COMMERCE 2MA3  or COMMERCE 3MC3 , and who demonstrates financial need.

Value: $800 (G) (85018)

THE CARRIE SCHAMEHORN ACADEMIC GRANT (H)
Established in 2009 to honour Carrie Schamehorn, a proud grandmother and life-long music lover. To be awarded to a student in a music program who attained a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $800 (G) (85038)

THE CLIFFORD AND ALINE SMITH ACADEMIC GRANT (H)
Established in 2011 by Joyce and Ross Kelly in memory of Joyce’s parents, Clifford and Aline Smith, to provide support for students who wish to pursue their educational goals. To be awarded to a student who is enrolled in at least a Level II Honours English program in the Department of English and Cultural Studies, attained a high Fall/Winter average, and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $800 (G) (85045)

THE PATRICK TAN ACADEMIC GRANT (E)
Established in 2008 by Dr. Patrick Guong-Ching Tan, B.Eng. (Class of ‘70), M.Eng. (Class of ‘72), LL.D. (2003). Two grants to be awarded to students in a program in Engineering who have a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrate financial need.

Value: $2,000 (G) (85049)

THE MARK AND BEV TAYLOR FAMILY ACADEMIC GRANT (S, SS)
Established in 2011 by Beverley Taylor (Class of ‘86). To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30-42 units of a Psychology program, attained a high Fall/Winter average, and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85051)

THE THOMPSON ACADEMIC GRANT (SS)
Established in 2006 by family and friends in memory of Professor Robert Thompson (Economics) and his wife, Dorothy Thompson. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level I and an additional 30 - 63 units in an Honours Economics program, attains a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $800 (G) (85015)

THE LINDA (PAOLIN) TONINI ‘71 ACADEMIC GRANT (S, SS)
Established in 2013 by Lenora Paolin, B.A. (Class of ‘77). To be awarded to a student who is enrolled in Level II of a Kinesiology program, attained a high Fall/Winter average, and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85065)

THE TROY FAMILY ACADEMIC GRANT (B)
Established in 2004 by Kenneth, B.Com. (Class of ‘75) and Drenda Troy in honour of Anthony and Marie Troy in support of their belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be awarded to a student who has completed Business I, is continuing in the Bachelor of Commerce program, attains a high Fall/Winter average and demonstrates financial need.

Value: $2,000 (G) (85009)

THE MARCUS UDOKANG ACADEMIC GRANT (H)
Established in 2014 by Marcus Udokang, B.A. (Class of ‘98). To be awarded to a student in the Department of English and Cultural Studies  with a high Fall/Winter average who demonstrates financial need.

Value: $1,000 (G) (85068)

THE DIANE AND COLIN WOOD ACADEMIC GRANT IN BUSINESS (B)
Established in 2008 by Diane Wood and Colin Wood, B.Com. (Class of ‘78). To be awarded to students in the DeGroote School of Business  who have completed Business I with a high Fall/Winter average, are enrolled in a Level II Commerce program, and have demonstrated financial need.

Value: $1,800 each (G) (85028)