Nov 24, 2020  
Undergraduate Calendar 2017-2018 
    
Undergraduate Calendar 2017-2018 [-ARCHIVED CALENDAR-]

Student Financial Aid



OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR, STUDENT FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS

Gilmour Hall, Room 120
McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario, L8S 4L8
Telephone: (905) 525-9140, ext. 24319
http://sfas.mcmaster.ca/
sfas@mcmaster.ca

SENIOR ASSOCIATE REGISTRAR
Tracie Long

ASSISTANT REGISTRAR
Leanne Ruiz

 

Questions? See ASK McMASTER on our website

The Office of the Registrar, Student Financial Aid & Scholarships aims to assist students in being financially successful during their studies at McMaster University. Information about the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) and other financial aid programs offered by the Provincial and Federal governments, and the University, can be found on the McMaster website at http://sfas.mcmaster.ca. The online applications for OSAP for Full-time Students and OSAP for Part-time Students are available at https://osap.gov.on.ca. Apply for University aid and scholarships by completing the online aid application in Mosaic.

A financial plan is an essential part of preparing for your university career. Talking with parents, family members, a banking representative or financial aid counsellors to research financial options is recommended. Students are encouraged to apply for OSAP. Financial stress can affect your academic performance. Enter each year with a plan and budget accordingly to ensure success! Student Loans and Awards Officers are available to assist you. Please check our website for office hours and further details.

The Undergraduate Award Policy is currently under review.  Students should verify the information in the Calendar against the policy to ensure they have the most current and complete information.

To view the undergraduate Awards Policy, go to http://www.mcmaster.ca/policy/Students-AcademicStudies/Aid_and_Awards.pdf.

McMaster Work Programs

McMaster Work Programs offer part-time fall-winter jobs, and  part-time and full-time summer jobs to students demonstrating financial need to help them to meet costs not recognized under regular federal and provincial financial aid programs.

Application details are available in Mosaic.  Further information about our Work Programs is available at http://sfas.mcmaster.ca

THE R. ROSS CRAIG MEMORIAL FUND WORK PROGRAM
Established in 1997 in memory of R. Ross Craig. A variable number of employment opportunities made available to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. To be eligible for consideration, students must be approved for the Summer Work Program through the Office of the Registrar, Student Financial Aid & Scholarships. (90763)

THE HAMLIN FAMILY FOUNDATION WORK PROGRAM
Established in 1996 by the Hamlin Family Foundation. A variable number of employment opportunities made to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students in disciplines related to the fields of Health Sciences and Engineering. To be eligible for consideration, students must be approved for the Summer Work Program through the Office of the Registrar, Student Financial Aid & Scholarships. (90656)

THE SALLY HORSFALL WORK PROGRAM
Established in 1996, the Offord Centre for Child Studies, McMaster University has a variable number of employment opportunities made available to students demonstrating financial need. These jobs will provide an opportunity for students to pursue research and/or assist with activities sponsored by the Centre. To be eligible for consideration, students must be approved for the Summer Work Program through the Office of the Registrar, Student Financial Aid & Scholarships. (90657)

THE HUMANITIES COMMUNICATIONS CENTRE WORK ENDOWMENT
Established in 1997 by Edward and Margaret Lyons, McMaster alumni of the Class of ‘49 and later augmented by friends of The Edward and Margaret Lyons Humanities Communications Centre. A variable number of employment opportunities will be made available to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students in Humanities and Social Sciences. To be eligible for consideration, students must be approved for the Summer Work Program through the Office of the Registrar, Student Financial Aid & Scholarships. (90658)

THE McMASTER “MCWORK” PROGRAM
Established in 1996 by the University with the goal of creating meaningful employment opportunities for current students who demonstrate financial need. To be eligible for consideration, students must be approved for the Summer Work Program through the Office of the Registrar, Student Financial Aid & Scholarships. (90659)

Emergency Bursaries

Assistance in the form of emergency bursaries is sometimes available to students who have extreme circumstances. Drop-in counselling with a Student Loans & Awards Officer is available through the Office of the Registrar, Student Financial Aid & Scholarships.

Bursaries

Bursaries are granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need according to the principles of the Province of Ontario’s Student Access Guarantee. They are intended to supplement a student’s own financial contribution, parental assistance, government aid and personal loans/lines of credit to help the student to complete the academic year.

Application procedures and deadlines are available from the Office of the Registrar, Student Financial Aid & Scholarships, Gilmour Hall, Room 120 or on our web site at http://sfas.mcmaster.ca/. Applications are available on Mosaic.  The University reserves the right not to grant a bursary in the absence of a suitable candidate, or to suspend granting of a bursary in years in which insufficient investment income is available due to fluctuations in investment markets. Where the terms become impossible to fulfill through obsolescence, then the University may amend the terms to carry out the nearest possible intent of the donor while still ensuring that the benefit of such a bursary continues.

Bursaries are listed in alphabetical order.

BURSARY LEGEND
AS Arts & Science
AT Athletic
B Business
CS Community Service
D Students registered with Student Accessibility Services
E Engineering
EX Exchange
HS Health Sciences
H Humanities
N Nursing
R Regional
S Science
SS Social Sciences
T Travel
U University-wide

THE 4 WINDS BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by John F. Evans, Q.C. and Patricia Peacock-Evans in recognition of John’s long-standing association with McMaster as Chair of The President’s Club Executive Committee. The Bursary is named after the island where the family’s cottage is located. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students who demonstrate financial need. (90708)

THE ACCESSIBILITY BURSARY (U) (D)
Established in 2015 by Daphne (Class of’ 87) to celebrate the work done by her father, Dr. Harry Botterell, in Neurosurgery and Paraplegia both during WWII and thereafter in Canada. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need and is registered with Student Accessibility Services. (91212)

THE ADDISON FAMILY BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2011 by Sharon Addison, B.A. (Class of ‘81) to encourage students in their pursuit of education. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrate financial need. (91144)

THE AINSWORTH BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996. To be granted to undergraduate students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to female students. (90578)

THE PHYLLIS MAY AITKEN BURSARY FUND (U)
Established in 1997 by the bequest of Phyllis May Aitken. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90653)

THE G. RODGER ALLAN BURSARY (S)
Established in 2007 by M. Elizabeth Orr, B.A. (Class of ‘46) and her husband Robert Orr in memory of her brother G. Rodger Allan, B.A. (Class of ‘46). To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Science who demonstrates financial need. (91074)

THE JAMES N. ALLAN FOUNDATION BURSARY (R)
Established in 1996 from funds donated by the James N. Allan Foundation, Dunnville, Ontario, in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to achieve their educational goals. To provide assistance to McMaster students who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students from Haldimand Norfolk County. (90803)

THE GARY ALLEN MEMORIAL BURSARY (B)
Established in 1987 by friends and family of the late Gary Allen (Class of ‘84) and augmented in 1996 in conjunction with the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative, to assist a Commerce student in Year III or IV whose major area of study is accounting and who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a mature student. (90501)

THE ROSE (NÉE D’ALESSIO) AND PAUL ALLISON BURSARY (E)
Established in 2004 by Rose (née D’Alessio) Allison, B. Eng. (Class of ‘81) and Paul Allison, B. Eng. Mgt. (Class of ‘80) and M.B.A. (Class of ‘81) in support of their belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrate financial need. (91023)

THE AMEX CANADA BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by AMEX Canada Inc. in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90805)

THE ANDREW FOUNDATION BURSARIES (E)
Established in 1997 by the Andrew Foundation under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a program in Engineering who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students who are studying Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering. (90806)

THE ANTHROPOLOGY BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1996 by faculty, alumni and other friends of the Department of Anthropology. To be granted to students who have completed Level II of a program in Anthropology and who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students entering Level III. (90579)

THE APPLETON FAMILY BURSARIES (H)
Established in 2011 by Andrea Appleton (Class of ‘95) and family. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need, with a preference to female students. (91138)

THE JENNIFER AND THEODORE ARCAND ENGLISH BURSARY (H)
Established in 1997 by Theodore Arcand (Class of ‘57), in memory of his wife, Jennifer (Class of ‘57), whose interest was Baroque English poetry. To be granted to an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in a program in English, who demonstrates financial need. (90807)

THE FRED AND JEAN ARMER BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2006 by Jean Armer in memory of her husband Frederick B. Armer, B.A. (Class of ‘75) and in support of her belief that all students should be able to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to students enrolled in Level II or Level III of a program in Anthropology. (91044)

THE ARTS AND SCIENCE CLASS OF ‘97 BURSARY (AS)
Established in 1997 by The Arts and Science Class of ‘97 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student in the Arts and Science program who demonstrates financial need. (90808)

THE A.H. ATKINSON BURSARIES (E)
Established in 1989 by the A.H. Atkinson Education Fund Inc. of Hamilton and augmented in 1996 in conjunction with the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be awarded to undergraduate students in a full-time program in Engineering who demonstrate financial need. (90500)

THE ATKINSON CHARITABLE FOUNDATION BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1996 by The Atkinson Charitable Foundation. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Atkinson Charitable Foundation Award. (90896)

THE AUBURN INDUSTRIAL SERVICES LTD BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Auburn Industries Services Ltd. under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Auburn Industrial Services Ltd. Award. (90897)

THE ANGELA DALZIEL AXELSON BURSARY IN NURSING (HS)
Established in 2006 by Angela (Bonnie) Dalziel Axelson, B.Sc.N. (Class of ‘62) to mark the 45th anniversary of her graduation. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Nursing program who demonstrates financial need. (91079)

THE JOY BÂBY BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Joy Bâby under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90809)

THE BACHELOR OF HEALTH SCIENCES (HONOURS) BURSARY (HS)
Established in 2004 by the Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) Program in the Faculty of Health Sciences through the generosity of its alumni and friends under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student in the Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) program who demonstrates financial need. (90985)

THE BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY BURSARY (E)
Established in 2009. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Technology Program who demonstrate financial need. (91108)

THE CHARLES MURRAY BALL BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1993 by bequest of May Alexandra Ball in memory of her brother Charles Murray Ball. To assist students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90560)

THE RACHEL BARSKY MEMORIAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 2012 by Gilbert Barsky, B.Com. (Class of ‘71), MBA (Class of ‘72) and B.Ed., in memory of Rachel Barsky. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student who is the first generation in the family to attend post-secondary studies. (91146)

THE RACHEL BARSKY II MEMORIAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 2014 by Gilbert Barsky, B.Com. (Class of ‘71), MBA (Class of ‘72) and B.Ed., in memory of Rachel Barsky. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student who is the first generation in their family to attend post-secondary studies. (91191)

THE BARTEK BURSARIES (E)
Established in 1996 by Bartek Ingredients Inc. of Stoney Creek in support of McMaster students. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students currently on the Deans’ Honour List. (90672)

THE BIRGIT AND ROBERT BATEMAN BURSARY (AS, S, SS)
Established in 1997 by Birgit and Robert Bateman under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in the Arts and Science program, the Faculty of Social Sciences or the Faculty of Science. Preference to be given to students who are studying Environmental Studies or Environmental Science. (90810)

THE HELEN AND MORRIS BAUGHMAN BURSARY (S)
Established in 2005 by Marvin Ryder in honour of Helen and Morris Baughman. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Science who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students in Level III or IV of a Biology program. (91025)

THE ESTELLE AND CHUB BAXTER BURSARY (HS)
Established in 2003 by Estelle and Chub Baxter under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student enrolled in an Art History program in the School of the Arts. (90991)

THE BEALE-LINCOLN-HALL EXCHANGE PROGRAM BURSARIES (EX)
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 granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in a program in Commerce, Biochemistry, Biology, English, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, History, Materials Science, Mathematics, Physics, Engineering Physics or Religious Studies. Preference will be given to students who are participating in one of McMaster’s formal exchange programs, and who have demonstrated a lively interest in the humanities and the human and social implications of scientific developments. (90677)

THE LARRY BEARE BURSARY (U)
Established in 2011 by Larry Beare, B.A. (Class of ‘66). To be granted to students who demonstrate financial need. (91142)

THE MARJORIE E. (WATSON) BEATTIE BURSARY (H)
Established in 1997 by William W. Beattie (Class of ‘68) in honour of his mother, Marjorie E. (Watson) Beattie (Class of ‘33), under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities. (90811)

THE DR. C. HOWARD AND DR. SHIRLEY F. BENTALL BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1999 by Dr. C. Howard Bentall (Class of ‘37) and Dr. Shirley F. Bentall (Class of ‘46) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90855)

THE NORMA BERTI BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1996 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative by Norma Berti, active Stelco employee for 34 years and recognized by the Hamilton Council of Women as Woman of the Year for her charitable community contributions. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in a program in Labour Studies. (90812)

THE BETZNER FAMILY MEMORIAL BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by the Betzner Family of Dundas, Ontario. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90580)

THE BEVAN FAMILY FIRST GENERATION BURSARY (U)
Established in 2008 by George A. Bevan, B.A. (Class of ‘48) and his wife Simone L. Bevan (B.A. University of Toronto). To be granted to students entering any Level I program with a final admission average of 85 percent or greater, and who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students who are the first in their family to attend a post secondary institution and whose parents are not university graduates. (91096)

THE FRED AND NORMA BIDWELL BURSARY (H)
Established in 2007 by Norma Bidwell, B.A. (Class of ‘38). To be granted to a student enrolled in Level III or IV in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student in the Department of Communication Studies and Multimedia. (91076)

THE BIRKS FAMILY FOUNDATION BURSARY FUND (U)
Established in 1987 by The Birks Family Foundation in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students annually who demonstrate financial need. (90960)

THE DAVID H. BLANCHARD BURSARY (S,SS)
Established in 2007 by David H. Blanchard, B.A. (Class of ‘75) because of his belief in the value of education. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences or the Faculty of Science who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students enrolled in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences. (91089)

THE SIDNEY L. BLUM BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1989 by friends and associates in memory of Sidney L. Blum. To be granted to one undergraduate and one graduate student enrolled in a program in Social Work who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the undergraduate students enrolled in the Spring-Summer term in SOCWORK 3D06 A/B S . (90506)

THE SYLVIA BOWERBANK MEMORIAL BURSARY (H)
Established in 2005 by family and friends in memory of Dr. Sylvia Bowerbank. To be granted to female students enrolled in the Department of English and Cultural Studies who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to female students who reside in a native community in Canada. (91059)

THE BOWES FAMILY BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by Eleanor and Terrence Aurini of Cambridge. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to female students. (90581)

THE BRANTFORD ALUMNI BRANCH BURSARY (U)
Established in 2000 by the Brantford Alumni Branch of the McMaster Alumni Association under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Brantford Alumni Branch Award. (90969)

THE LOUILA BRAYFORD MEMORIAL BURSARY (AS)
Established in 1998 by Mrs. Janet Leenaars in memory of her late mother, Mrs. Louila Brayford (nee Bingham, Class of ‘34). To be granted to a student enrolled in the Arts and Science Program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student enrolled in a course in Mathematics. (90839)

THE ERIC JOHN BRETZLER BURSARY (CS)
Established in 1997 by family and friends in memory of Eric John Bretzler (Class of ‘92). To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to students associated with the McMaster Students Union. (90814)

THE MARY BRIDGMAN MEMORIAL NURSING BURSARY (HS)
Established in 2011 by Donald Honey in memory of his wife, Mary Bridgman, B.Sc.N. (Class of ‘60) to recognize her lifelong commitment to educating students in the Nursing profession. To be granted to a student in the School of Nursing who demonstrates financial need. (91139)

THE WILLIAM DAVID BROADHEAD MEMORIAL BURSARY (H)
Established in 2003 by family in memory of William David Broadhead (Class of ‘39) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student enrolled in a program in the Department of English and Cultural Studies. (90992)

THE DOUGLAS IAN BROWN BURSARY (HS)
Established in 1997 by Douglas A. and Lois Aileen Brown in honour of their son Douglas Ian Brown. To be granted to a McMaster student enrolled in the Faculty of Health Sciences who demonstrates financial need. (90815)

THE JUNE BROWNE BURSARY (E)
Established in 2011 by Kevin Browne B.Sc. (Class of ‘07) and M.Sc. (Class of ‘09) in honour of his grandmother, June Browne. To be granted to students registered in Level II or above in a Department of Computing and Software program who demonstrate financial need. (91136)

THE DR. RICHARD A. BRYMER MEMORIAL BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1998, under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative, by Mrs.Isabelle Brymer in memory of her husband, Dr. Richard Brymer, who served as a faculty member in the Department of Sociology at McMaster University from 1969 to 1996. To be granted to a student enrolled in a program in Sociology or Anthropology who demonstrates financial need. (90845)

THE ED BUFFETT BURSARY (HS)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in a program in Health Sciences who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated leadership in their school and community. (90816)

THE JODIE ANNE BULL MEMORIAL BURSARIES (SS)
Established in 1996 by her family in memory of Jodie Anne Bull. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrate financial need. At least one bursary to be granted to a student enrolled in Labour Studies. (90673)

THE PAULA BURKE BURSARY (U)
Established in 2012 in memory of Paula Burke, a teacher who made significant contributions to her community through her work with challenged children. To be granted annually to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student who has shown leadership and participation in McMaster student life. (91156)

THE BURSARIES FOR IN-COURSE VISA STUDENTS (U)
Established in 1982 by the University to assist visa students in any program. (90547)

THE BURSARIES FOR VISA STUDENTS (U)
Established in 1999 . A variable number of bursaries to be granted to visa students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90933)

THE MARIE IRELAND BUSH MEMORIAL BURSARIES (H)
Established in 1996 by Helen Ireland Caldwell in memory of Marie Ireland Bush, (Class of ‘48) and dedicated teacher, who instilled in her students a love of learning. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a program in English who demonstrate financial need. (90583)

THE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SERVICES BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by staff of McMaster’s Business Management Services who through their leadership, guidance and support, enable the University community to deploy its financial resources to the greatest advantage. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90584)

THE HELEN CALDWELL BURSARY (H)
Established in 2000 by Helen Caldwell (Class of ‘42, Faculty of Humanities.) To be granted to a student enrolled in a Women’s Studies course who demonstrates financial need. (90940)

THE JAMES CALVIN BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by bequest of James Calvin. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90831)

THE CAMCO INC. BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by Camco Inc. in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90817)

THE CAMP XIII ENGINEERING BURSARY (E)
Established in 2011 by Camp XIII, McMaster University in celebration of its 50th Anniversary through contributions from alumni, friends and Camp XIII funds in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrate financial need. (91145)

THE BETTY TAYLOR CAMPBELL BURSARIES (U)
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 a 1990 inductee to the Athletics Hall of Fame. To be granted to students who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of the Betty Taylor Campbell Scholarship. (90832)

THE CANADIAN FEDERATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN (BURLINGTON) ELEANOR EWING BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by the Canadian Federation of University Women (Burlington) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative, in honour of Eleanor Ewing, who was instrumental in establishing the Burlington Chapter of the Canadian Federation of University Women. To be granted to a full-time student in any program who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a mature female student. (90704)

THE CFUW-HAMILTON BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by the CFUW-Hamilton in support of the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student in any academic program who demonstrates financial need. (90828)

THE CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING BURSARY (E)
Established in 1997 by The Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student enrolled in Mechanical Engineering. (90819)

THE CANON CANADA INC., BUSINESS SOLUTIONS DIVISION BURSARY (S,E)
Established in 1997 by Canon Canada Inc. - OE Division, and augmented in 2005, in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries will be granted annually to McMaster students who demonstrate financial need and are enrolled in an Earth and Environmental Sciences program, the Honours Geography and Environmental Studies program or an Engineering and Society program. (90820)

THE CAPE CLASS OF ‘76 AND MARY KEYES BURSARY (AT)
Established in 2009 in honour of Mary Keyes and the Combined Pass Arts & Physical Education Program (CAPE) Class of ‘76. To be granted to a Level IV student who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student who demonstrates athletic achievement in any inter-University sport. (91113)

THE ELEANOR TURNER CARMENT BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student enrolled in a program in Women’s Studies. (90884)

THE ELVA CARROL BURSARY (AT)
Established in 1996 by Elva Carrol under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be awarded to a female athlete who participates on an inter-university team and demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Elva Carrol Award. (90899)

THE JENNIFER CARTER BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2006 by Jennifer Carter, B.A. (Class of ‘98). To be granted to students enrolled in a program in the Faculty of Social Sciences who have graduated from a high school in Northern Ontario and who demonstrate financial need. (91066)

THE MATT CASEY BURSARY (B)
Established in 1997 by Mr. Matthias Casey (Class of ‘83) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in the Faculty of Business. Preference will be given to students enrolled in the M.B.A. program in the Finance stream. (90681)

THE NORMAN NATHANIEL CASKEY BURSARIES (H)
Established in 1996 by June Caskey of Hamilton in memory of her father. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a program in Music who demonstrate financial need. (90585)

THE CHAN YIN CHAK BURSARY (EX)
Established in 1997 by Tak Chan in honour of his great grandfather, Mr. Chan Yin Chak. This bursary will be used to help defray expenses of Level III Commerce students or M.B.A. students, who demonstrate financial need, and are participating in one of the international exchange programs at the DeGroote School of Business. (90682)

THE ANNE AND HAROLD CHALK MEMORIAL BURSARIES (U)
Established by bequest of Anne Maria Luise Chalk and Harold Henry Chalk of Ottawa. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90586)

THE CHAWKERS FOUNDATION BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by The Chawkers Foundation, Ottawa, Ontario in support of its belief that all students should be able to pursue their educational goals. To provide assistance to students who demonstrate financial need. Value: $1,800 (90587)

THE CHUNG FAMILY BURSARY (U)
Established in 2007 by Dr. Wilfred Chung, B.Sc. (Class of ‘75) and family. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. (91073)

THE CIBC BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90683)

THE CIBC NURSING BURSARIES (N)
Established in 2009 by CIBC in support of its commitment to breast cancer care. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the School of Nursing who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students with a specific interest in breast cancer through oncology placements and/or community involvement. (91121)

THE SAM M. CINO BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Sam Cino in support of McMaster students. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90684)

THE CITY OF HAMILTON BURSARIES (R)
Established in 1959 by the City of Hamilton to commemorate the visit of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness Prince Philip to Hamilton in July 1959. To assist Hamilton students who demonstrate financial need. (90515)

THE DAVID CLARK BURSARIES (B)
Established in 1996 by David I. Clark and Marilyn D. Eustace. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a program in Commerce who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students demonstrating interest in Asian Studies. (90588)

THE HUGH CLARK BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by Hugh Clark in support of McMaster students. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of the Hugh Clark Scholarship. (90685)

THE CLASS OF ‘35 BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1985 by the Year ‘35 in honour of their 50th class reunion and augmented in 1996 in conjunction with the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be awarded to a student in good academic standing who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. (90507)

THE CLASS OF ‘46 BURSARIES (SS)
Established by the Year ‘46 in honour of their 40th class reunion. To be granted to a student in a program in Gerontology. (90821)

THE CLASS OF ‘46 GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY BURSARIES (U)
Established by the Year ‘46 in honour of their fiftieth reunion on June 1, 1996. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program at McMaster who demonstrate financial need and are in good academic standing. (90564)

THE CLASS OF ‘47 GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by the Class of ‘47 in honour of their 50th Anniversary Reunion. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90590)

THE CLASS OF ‘49 GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY BURSARIES (U)
Established by the Class of `49 in honour of their 50th Anniversary Reunion in 1999. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90591)

THE CLASS OF ‘51 GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY BURSARIES (U)
Established by the Class of ‘51 in honour of their 50th Anniversary Reunion in 2001. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90686)

THE CLASS OF ‘53 BURSARY FOR PART-TIME STUDENTS (U)
Established in 2004 by the Class of ‘53. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to part-time students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91065)

THE CLASS OF ‘54 BURSARY (U)
Established in 2009 by the Class of ‘54 in honour of their 55th Anniversary. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program and who demonstrate financial need. (91106)

THE CLASS OF ‘57 BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by the Class of ‘57 in honour of their 40th Anniversary Reunion. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90687)

THE CLASS OF ‘58 BURSARY (H, N, S, SS)
Established by the Class of ‘58. To be granted to students in Level II or above in the Faculties of Social Sciences, Humanities, Science or the School of Nursing who demonstrate financial need. Preference to students with Grade Point Averages of 7.0 or greater. (91098)

THE CLASS OF ‘59, 50TH ANNIVERSARY BURSARY (U)
Established by the Class of ‘59 in honour of their 50th Anniversary. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91021)

THE CLASS OF ‘60 GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY BURSARIES (U)
Established by the Class of ‘60 in honour of its 50th reunion. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90942)

THE CLASS OF ‘63, 50TH ANNIVERSARY BURSARY (U)
Established in 2008 by the Class of ‘63 in honour of their 50th Anniversary. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91099)

THE CLASS OF ‘65, 50TH ANNIVERSARY BURSARY (U)
Established in 2015 by the Class of ‘65 in honour of their 50th reunion. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91192)

THE CLASS OF 1966, 50TH ANNIVERSARY BURSARY (U)
Established in 2016 by the Class of ‘66 in honour of their 50th reunion. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91213)

THE JANET HOLDER AND NEAL COCKSHUTT BURSARY (R, U)
Established in 2004 by Janet Holder, M.B.A. (Class of ‘83) and Neal Cockshutt in honour of Ignatius Cockshutt, founder of Cockshutt Farm Equipment Co. Ltd. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students from Brant County. (91020)

THE DORIS PARTRIDGE COLE BURSARY (U)
Established in 1981, this bursary is to be granted to a worthy student in memory of Doris Partridge Cole (Class of ‘45). (90508)

THE BEVERLY COLEMAN MEMORIAL BURSARY (S)
Established in 2009 by Dr. Douglas Coleman in loving memory of Mrs. Beverly Jean Coleman. To be granted to students enrolled in the Department of Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences in the Faculty of Science who demonstrate financial need. (91115)

THE DOUGLAS AND BEVERLY COLEMAN BURSARY (S)
Established in 2005 by Douglas and Beverly Coleman, both of Class of ‘54. To be granted to students enrolled in the Department of Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences in the Faculty of Science who demonstrate financial need. (91043)

THE COMMUNITY NURSING REGISTRY - HAMILTON BURSARIES (HS)
Established in 2000 by the Community Nursing Registry - Hamilton in support of students pursuing a professional career in nursing. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in Level II in the School of Nursing in the Faculty of Health Sciences who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate volunteer service in the area of health care. (90943)

THE COMPUSMART BURSARIES FUND (E, S)
Established in 1997 by JMG Compusmart in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted annually to students who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to McMaster students enrolled in a program in Computer Science or Computer Engineering. (90741)

THE CONNOR, CLARK & LUNN BURSARY (U)
Established in 1996 by Connor, Clark & Lunn in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a McMaster student in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90666)

THE DAVID COOK CANADIAN LITERATURE BURSARY (H)
Established in 2016 in honour of David Cook who was a devotee of Canadian Literature and long-time librarian at McMaster University. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Department of English and Cultural Studies who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students with an interest in English Literature.

THE SUSAN COOPER-TWISS BURSARY (SS,H)
Established in 2013 by Susan Cooper-Twiss (Class of ‘66) to support students in pursuit of their educational goals. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences or Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. (91166)

THE GERALDINE LORETTA COSFORD BURSARIES (H)
Established in 1997 by Geraldine Loretta Cosford under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. A variable number to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students who have completed Level I. (90692)

THE IAN AND JILL COWAN BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Ian Cowan (Class of ‘71) and Jill (nee Robinson) Cowan (Class of ‘74) in support of McMaster students. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90693)

THE SUZANNE E. CRAVEN BURSARY (H)
Established in 1997 by Mrs. Suzanne Craven in support of McMaster students. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. (90694)

THE CROSS COUNTRY BURSARY (AT, R)
Established in 1997 by coaches, former team members and supporters of the Men’s and Women’s Varsity Cross Country running teams under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and who is a member of the varsity men’s or women’s cross country team. (90695)

THE ARCHIBALD R. CROZIER BURSARIES (CS)
Established in 1992 in memory of Archibald (Archie) Crozier (Class of ‘35), former professional football player and Chair of the Ontario Energy Board for 17 years. To be granted to a student who has demonstrated financial need and a sense of social awareness and shown interest in, and concern for, others. It is hoped that recipients, after graduation, will reimburse the fund to the extent of their award so that increasing numbers of students may be assisted. (90565)

THE CRS ROBOTICS CORPORATION BURSARIES (E)
Established in 1997 by CRS Robotics Corporation Inc. in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrate financial need. (90696)

THE MRS. MARGARET CUDMORE BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2005 under the Ontario Trust for Student Support initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students enrolled in an Economics or Political Science program. (91034)

THE STRUMMER CYPHER POND MEMORIAL BURSARY IN MIDWIFERY (HS)
Established in 2005 in memory of Strummer Cypher Pond by her parents, family, and friends, in recognition of the tremendous support and care provided to them by their midwives. To be granted to a student enrolled in the final clinical year of the Midwifery Education Program who demonstrates financial need to help defray the cost of tuition. (91061)

THE THOMAS DALY BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by family, friends and colleagues of Thomas Daly. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in any undergraduate program who demonstrate financial need. (90592)

THE EARL FRANKLIN DAMUDE BURSARY (H)
Established in 1993 by Dr. Christa Saas, in memory of Earl Franklin Damude (Class of ‘36.) To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and has completed Level II of a program in English or History. (90570)

THE SAM DARRAGH GENERAL ATHLETIC BURSARY (AT)
Established in 1997 by friends of Sam Darragh under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in any academic program who demonstrates financial need and who is a member of any inter university team at McMaster. (90697)

THE SAM DARRAGH MEMORIAL BURSARY (AT)
Established in 1997 by friends of Sam Darragh under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need and who has demonstrated outstanding athletic achievement in intervarsity football. (90827)

THE DARVILLE BURSARY (H)
Established in 2004 by Jack S. Darville (Class of ‘68) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student enrolled in a music or art program in the School of the Arts. (90987)

THE DAUGHTERS OF THE EMPIRE CLUB, HAMILTON LTD. BURSARIES (B)
Established in 1996 in honour of The Daughters of the Empire Club, Hamilton, Limited (1911-1996) in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational aspirations. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in financial need. Preference to be given to women enrolled in the Faculty of Business. (90593)

THE EDWARD FRANK DAVIS MEMORIAL BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by bequest in memory of Edward Frank Davis under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in Level I who demonstrate financial need and a commitment to community involvement. Preference will be given to the recipient of the Edward Frank Davis Memorial Award. (90900)

THE GORDON H. DEAN BURSARIES (AS, H)
Established in 1996 by Gordon H. Dean of Stoney Creek. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student enrolled in Level III of a program in Arts and Science or Level III of a program in the Faculty of Humanities. (90594)

THE DR. RUDOLF DE BUDA BURSARY (E, U)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. Preference will be given, if financial need is demonstrated, to the recipient of The Dr. Rudolf de Buda Scholarship. (90880)

THE JOHN DEERE BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by John Deere in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90698)

THE DEGROOTE COMMERCE CLASS OF ‘82 BURSARY (B)
Established in honour of the 30th anniversary of the Commerce Class of ‘82. A variable number of bursaries to be awarded to students enrolled in a Commerce program in the DeGroote School of Business who demonstrate financial need. (91160)

THE DEGROOTE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS BUSINESS ADVISORY COUNCIL BURSARY (B)
Established in 1997 by the DeGroote School of Business Business Advisory Council under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in Business I or in the first year of the M.B.A. program at the DeGroote School of Business. (90699)

THE DEBORAH AND TERENCE DEMPSEY BURSARY (U)
Established in 2005 under the Ontario Trust for Student Support program to ensure that all students have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students in any Faculty who demonstrate financial need. (91049)

THE BEN F. DESROCHES BURSARIES (SS)
Established in 1996 as a tribute to Ben F. DesRoches, Stelco employee from 1949 to 1966 and elected Municipal Councillor for Saltfleet and Stoney Creek from 1969 to 1978, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to labour and to men and women in the greater Hamilton area. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a program in Labour Studies who demonstrate financial need. The value of this award shall be not less than $300. (90595)

THE DETENBECK FAMILY BURSARIES (U)
Established in 2005 by bequest of Patricia Detenbeck (Class of ‘32). To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91031)

THE WILLIAM A. DETENBECK BURSARIES (R)
Established in 1996 by William Detenbeck in honour of the Detenbeck Family. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students who demonstrate that they are residents of an Aboriginal community in Canada and who demonstrate financial need. (90597)

THE DAVID & PARAMJIT DHALIWAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 2012 by David Dhaliwal, B.Eng. (Class of ‘83) and Paramjit Dhaliwal, B.Sc. Phm. in honour of their 25th wedding anniversary and their wish to support students’ access to education. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. (91151)

PATRICIA ANNE DICICCIO MEMORIAL BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1988 this bursary is to be granted to a student or students enrolled in a program which includes Gerontology as a major, who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and who exhibits financial need. (90510)

THE STEWART ANDERSON DINNING BURSARY (S)
Established in 2008 by the Stewart Anderson Dinning Estate. To be granted to students enrolled in an Honours Chemistry program who demonstrate financial need. (91091)

THE MARGERY E. DIXON MEMORIAL BURSARY (H)
Established in 2003 in loving memory of Margery E. Dixon (Class of ‘35) by Geraldine Phenix under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students enrolled in a program in the Department of English and Cultural Studies. (90994)

THE DOFASCO INC. BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by Hamilton-based Dofasco Inc., one of Canada’s and North America’s leading steelmakers in support of students pursuing their post-secondary studies at McMaster. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90598)

THE JEAN, MARTHA AND LAURIE DOUCET MEMORIAL BURSARIES (HS)
Established in 1998 by the family in memory of Jean, Martha and Laurie Doucet for their years of service and commitment to the nursing profession. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the School of Nursing at both the undergraduate and graduate level and who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students from the Regional Municipality of Niagara. (90851)

THE STEPHEN DULMAGE BURSARY (B)
Established in 2005 by Stephen Dulmage, B.A. (Class of ‘64). To be granted to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce program in the DeGroote School of Business who demonstrate financial need. (91048)

THE MARGARET E. DUNCAN BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1998 by Mr. and Mrs. J. Bruce Duncan in honour of his late mother who was a long-term volunteer in McMaster’s Gerontology Program as a Tutor and, subsequently, a Senior Class Assistant. A variable number of bursaries to be granted annually to students enrolled in a Gerontology course who demonstrate financial need. (90846)

THE DUNDAS BURSARY (R)
Established in 1996 from funds donated by The H.G Bertram Foundation for the purpose of providing students with an opportunity to achieve their educational goals. To provide assistance to McMaster students in financial need. Preference will be given to students from the Dundas area. Preference will be given to the recipient of the Dundas Scholarship. (90599)

THE MICHAEL EARL MEMORIAL BURSARY (S, SS)
Established in 1991 by family and friends in memory of Michael Earl. In 1997, the Graduating Class in Psychology further augmented this bursary as part of the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. This bursary is granted to a student enrolled in a psychology program who demonstrates financial need. (90563)

THE ALAN AND CLAIRE EATOCK BURSARIES (H)
Established in 1999 by Alan Eatock (Class of ‘47) and Claire Eatock under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. (90856)

THE CYRUS EATON FOUNDATION BURSARY (R)
Established in 2000 by the Cyrus Eaton Foundation of Cleveland, Ohio, in support of McMaster students. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to students from Nova Scotia. (90944)

THE GEORGE AND MARGARET EDRUPT BURSARY (B, S)
Established in 1997 by Sandra Edrupt in honour of her parents George and Margaret Edrupt under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in either the Faculty of Business or the Computer Science program in the Faculty of Science. (90701)

THE ENERSYSTEM INSULATION LTD. BURSARY (H)
Established in 1997 by EnerSystem Insulation Ltd. in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in a program in French who demonstrates financial need. (90702)

THE ENGINEERING BURSARY FUND
Established in 2014. To be granted to students in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrate financial need. (91193)

THE ENGINEERING CLASS OF ‘97 LEGACY BURSARY (E)
Established in 1997 by the graduating class in Engineering under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrates financial need. (90688)

THE ENGINEERING AND SOCIETY TRAVEL BURSARY (T)
Established in 1994 by the Department of Engineering and Society. To assist students with travel costs associated with their summer placement in the Engineering and Society program. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering. Applications will be reviewed by the Director, Engineering and Society and the Office of the Registrar, Student Financial Aid & Scholarships. (90963)

THE ELEANOR ENKIN MIDWIFERY BURSARY (HS)
Established in 2004 by Dr. Murray Enkin in support of Midwifery students.  To be granted to Midwifery students who have completed at least Level I with notable academic standing and demonstrate financial need.

THE MURRAY ENKIN MIDWIFERY BURSARY(HS)
Established in 2004 by Dr. Murray Enkin in support of Midwifery students.  To be granted to Midwifery students who have completed at least Level I with notable academic standing and demonstrate financial need.

THE EVANS, PHILP BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by the partners of Evans, Philp in support of McMaster students. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90671)

THE FACULTY OF BUSINESS BURSARIES (B)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative with proceeds from the Fundraising Auction held at Vineland Estates Winery Ltd. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Business who demonstrate financial need. (90705)

THE ALLAN FANG AND ALANNA JIN BURSARY FOR NEW CANADIANS (HS)
Established in 2014 by Allan Fang, MBA (Class of ‘03) and Alanna Jin, B.Sc. (Class of ‘04) to express gratitude for their time at McMaster as new Canadians.  To be awarded to a student in Level II or above in the Faculty of Health Sciences who demonstrates financial need and has attained a minimum Cumulative Average of 10.0. Preference will be given to students who have obtained Canadian citizenship within the past 15 years.  (91186)

THE EILEEN GRAY FARLEY BURSARY (U)
Established in 1998 by Eileen Gray Farley (Class of ‘43 and winner of the D.E. Thompson Scholarship) in grateful memory of Mr. D.E. Thompson who established the D.E. Thompson Scholarship of 1909. To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90833)

THE DONALD A. FEATHER BURSARY (U)
Established in 2003 by family in honour of Donald A. Feather, B.A. (Class of ‘64) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative in support of his belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student in any Faculty who demonstrates financial need. (91010)

THE MARGO AND FRASER FELL BURSARIES (HS)
Established in 1999 by Margot (Class of ‘52) and Fraser Fell (Class of ‘49). A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the School of Nursing in the Faculty of Health Sciences who demonstrate financial need. (90945)

THE EDITH E. FERRIE BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1965 by the late Edith E. Ferrie. To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90511)

THE FESTITALIA CORPORATION BURSARY (H)
Established in 1997 by the Festitalia Corporation under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted, in alternating years, to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in the Department of Linguistics and Languages, specializing in Italian, or is enrolled in the School of the Arts. (90706)

THE FINANCIAL EXECUTIVES INSTITUTE BURSARY (B)
Established in 1997 by the Hamilton Chapter of the Financial Executives Institute in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to achieve their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in Level II of the Commerce program who demonstrates financial need, has attained a minimum GPA of 6.0 and who plans to major in Accounting and/or Finance. The bursary is renewable for up to two additional years on condition that the student continues to demonstrate financial need and maintains a minimum GPA of 6.0 in the Commerce program. (90829)

THE STEFANIE ANN FIORINI-KINLEY BURSARY (U)
Established in 2012 by Dr. Nancy Walker in memory of her sister, Stefanie Ann Fiorini-Kinley (Class of ‘95). To be granted to an undergraduate student who demonstrates financial need and a desire to help others through community service. (91154)

THE FIRST GENERATION BURSARY (U)
Established in 2016 by the Coca-Cola Foundation to support first generation students at McMaster University. To be granted to an undergraduate student in any program who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a student who is the first generation in their family to attend post-secondary studies. (91198)

THE FIRSTONTARIO CREDIT UNION BURSARY (R)
Established in 1989 by members in celebration of 50 years of service in the Hamilton area. Two or three bursaries to be granted to students in any program who, are from the Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, City of Burlington or Town of Haldimand-Norfolk, who have demonstrated financial need.
Value: $700 each (90504)

THE FIRST STUDENT CANADA BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by Laidlaw Inc. a major provider of transportation services to school boards, municipalities and the general public throughout Canada and the United States, in support of students pursuing their post-secondary studies at McMaster. A variable number of bursaries to assist students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90608)

THE GENE ELEANOR FLEET BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2012 by bequest of Gene Eleanor Fleet (Class of ‘47). To be granted to a student in the final year of an Economics program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student who is a sole support parent. (91157)

THE W.H. FLEMING BURSARIES (U)
Established in 2005 by bequest of W.H. Fleming. To be granted to graduate or undergraduate students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91045)

THE MAUREEN M. FOLLIOTT BURSARY (U)
Established in 2013 by Donald Folliott, B.A. (Class of ‘64) in memory of his wife Maureen M. Folliott. To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91167)

THE FORRESTER/GREGORY BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Shelley Forrester and Douglas Gregory in support of McMaster students. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90707)

THE JOHN C. FORSTER BURSARIES (U)
Established by bequest of John Clifton Henry Forster of Windsor, Ontario. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90600)

THE EMMA FOX BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1961 by the Wallingford Hall Committee of which Emma Fox was treasurer from 1918 to 1958. To assist female students in any program. (90512)

THE WAYNE C. FOX BURSARIES (B, H, SS)
Established in 1999 by Wayne C. Fox in support of his belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries will be granted to students who demonstrate financial need and are enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities or the Faculty of Social Sciences or the Commerce program at the DeGroote School of Business. (90857)

THE FREEMAN FAMILY FOUNDATION BURSARY FUND FOR STUDY AT THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM (T)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative in the belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted, on the recommendation of the Religious Studies Selection Committee, to graduate and undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need and have enrolled in term(s) of study at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Applicants must have lived in Ontario for 12 consecutive months directly prior to commencing full-time post-secondary studies. Students should contact the Department of Religious Studies. (90818)

THE BILL FULLER BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1996 in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the historic 1946 Stelco strike by William E. (Bill) Fuller, recognized by the City of Hamilton for his volunteer work which included serving as Vice-President of Labour Community Services of the United Way for six years, member of The Hamilton Community Foundation Board from 1990-96, Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Holy Family Church and Hamilton’s Citizen of the Year in 1991. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students enrolled in a Labour Studies program. (90601)

THE IRENE AND DAVID FUNG BUSINESS BURSARY (B)
Established in 2007 by Irene Fung, B.A. (Class of ‘73) and David Fung, B.Sc. (Class of ‘75), M.B.A. (Class of ‘77) in support of their belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student who has completed Business I or is in the first year of the M.B.A. program at the DeGroote School of Business, and who demonstrates financial need. (91087)

THE DAVID FUNG SCIENCE BURSARY (S)
Established in 2007 by David Fung, B.Sc. (Class of ‘75), M.B.A. (Class of ‘77) in support of his belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Science who demonstrates financial need. (91086)

THE GENERAL CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION OF HAMILTON BURSARIES (E)
Established in 1997 by the General Contractors Association of Hamilton under the Mc-Master Student Opportunity Fund initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrate financial need. (90710)

THE GENERAL ELECTRIC CANADA INC. BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by General Electric Canada Inc. under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90711)

THE GENNUM CORPORATION BURSARIES (E)
Established in 1997 by the Gennum Corporation in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students who are enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering and who demonstrate financial need. (90712)

THE GWEN GEORGE UNDERGRADUATE BURSARIES (CS)
Established in 1997 in loving memory of Gwen George by her family and friends under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students in any undergraduate program who have demonstrated financial need. Preference to be given to students who have demonstrated leadership and service to McMaster University and/or the Hamilton-Wentworth, surrounding or world communities. (90713)

THE PETER GEORGE BURSARIES (U)
Established in 2010 by colleagues, friends, and family of Peter George in recognition of his remarkable 45-year tenure at McMaster University, including 15 years as President and Vice-Chancellor. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91125)

THE MICHAEL GILLESPIE BURSARY (H)
Established in 2010 by Michael Gillespie. To be awarded to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrates financial need. (91132)

THE GEORGE P. GILMOUR MEMORIAL BURSARY (AS)
Established in 1997 by the Class of ‘62 in support of McMaster students. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Arts and Science Program who has demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to the student who wins the George P. Gilmour Memorial Scholarship. (90714)

THE DR. GEORGE P. GILMOUR ‘21 MEMORIAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 2006 by the families of Marnie Gilmour-Fisher (Class of ‘50) and Gwen Gilmour-Laurie (Class of ‘54) to honour their father’s achievements as Chancellor of Mc-Master University from 1941 to 1950 and President and Vice Chancellor from 1950 to 1961. To be granted to students in any Faculty who demonstrate financial need. (91060)

THE ALLEN AND MILLI GOULD FAMILY FOUNDATION BURSARIES (B)
Established in 1997 from funds donated by the Allen and Milli Gould Family Foundation, in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to McMaster students enrolled in the Faculty of Business who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to M.B.A. Co-op students. (90716)

THE JAMES EDWARD GRADER MEMORIAL BURSARY (S)
Established in 1964 by his sister. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Science specializing in Earth Sciences who demonstrates financial need. (90513)

THE GARY GRAHAM BURSARY (B)
Established in 1997 by Gary Graham under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in Business I, or in the first year of the M.B.A. program at the DeGroote School of Business. (90717)

THE GRAND & TOY BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by Grand & Toy in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90602)

THE GRAY FAMILY BURSARY (E)
Established in 1997 by Donald Gray (Class of ‘70) and Glenn Gray (Class of ‘73) and Kerry Gray (Class of ‘77 and ‘82 (M.B.A.)) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a third year student enrolled in the Engineering and Management program who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to students who permanently reside in the Hamilton-Wentworth Region. (90718)

THE LELAND GREGORY BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by the bequest of Leland Andrew Gregory. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90719)

THE JAMES R. (JAMIE) GREILICH MEMORIAL BURSARY (D)
Established in 1991 in memory of Jamie Greilich (Class of ‘88) by the Operating Committee on the Disabled through its Awareness Week Activities. To be granted to a disabled student in any program who demonstrates financial need. Students should have registered with Student Accessibility Services. (90553)

THE GUARDIAN CAPITAL INC. BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by Guardian Capital in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90674)

THE GUENTHER FAMILY BURSARY (H)
Established in 2012 by Jack and June Guenther (Class of 1949) in honour of their family. A variable number of bursaries to be awarded to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. (91161)

THE GUPTA FAMILY EMERGENCY BURSARY FUND (U)
Established in 2005 by Kulbushan Gupta and family. To be granted to international students who demonstrate urgent financial need due to exceptional circumstances as determined by the Office of the Registrar, Student Financial Aid & Scholarships. (91041)

THE GWD FOUNDATION FOR KIDS BURSARY (R)
Established in 2013 by the GWD Foundation for Kids. To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students from Halton Region. (91171)

THE HADRIAN MAUFACTURING INC. BURSARY (U)
Established in 2016 by Hadrian Manufacturing to support students in achieving their educational goals. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91208)

THE ASMAHAN HAFEZ MEMORIAL BURSARY (S)
Established in 1997 by her family in memory of Asmahan Hafez. To be granted to a student enrolled in Level I of the Faculty of Science who demonstrates financial need. (90721)

THE BILL AND HELEN HAIGHT BURSARY (H)
Established in 2004 by Helen (Class of ‘49) and Bill Haight under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students in Level II or III of a Music program. (91007)

THE HALL FAMILY BURSARY (H)
Established in 2004 by Frederick A. Hall under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrates financial need. (91001)

THE HAMILTON ALUMNI BRANCH BURSARIES (R)
Established in 1997 by the McMaster Alumni Association, Hamilton Branch, in honour of the long-standing accomplishments of the Hamilton Alumni Branch. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students graduating from a high school in the Hamilton-Wentworth Region. (90725)

THE HAMILTON CHAPTER OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION BURSARY (B)
Established in 1999 by the Hamilton Chapter of the Human Resources Professionals Association under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a Level III or Level IV Commerce student taking two or more of the Human Resource and Management Area courses who demonstrates financial need. (90860)

THE HAMILTON CITIZENS’ MEMORIAL BURSARIES (R)
Established in 1947 by the Hamilton Citizens’ Committee for War Services. Proceeds to be used to assist undergraduate students who are residents of the Hamilton-Wentworth Region. (90516)

THE HAMILTON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION BURSARIES (R)
Established in 1996-97 by Hamilton Community Foundation from the income of funds generously donated by citizens of this community, notably the late sisters Genevieve Chaney and Cordelia Ensign, and the late Mr. Ross F. Webb. A variable number of bursaries to be awarded to full-time students, enrolled in any year of any undergraduate program, who have graduated from publicly-funded secondary schools in Hamilton-Wentworth and who demonstrate financial need. The criteria established for these bursaries are consistent with the intention of the original donors. (90723)

THE HAMILTON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION MUSIC BURSARY (H)
Established in 2013 by the Hamilton Community Foundation with bequests from Irene Norris and Merle Williams. To be granted to students enrolled in a Music program who demonstrate financial need. (91168)

THE HAMILTON AND DISTRICT LABOUR COUNCIL BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1997 by the Hamilton and District Labour Council under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Labour Studies Program who demonstrates financial need. (90726)

THE HAMILTON FOLLIES INC. (GERITOL FOLLIES) BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1997 by the Hamilton Follies Inc. (Geritol Follies) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a student who has completed at least 30 units in the Gerontology program. (90722)

THE HAMILTON PERFORMING ARTS BURSARY (H)
Established in 1997 by the Hamilton Performing Arts Foundation Inc. under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students who have completed at least 30 units of a program in the School of the Arts, who has shown service to the community-at-large and who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to students who are currently on the Deans’ Honour list. (90724)

THE HAMILTON PORCELAINS BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Hamilton Porcelains Limited in the belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90727)

THE HAMILTON SPECTATOR BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by The Hamilton Spectator in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a McMaster student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90728)

THE HAMLIN FAMILY FOUNDATION BURSARY (U)
Established in 2004 by The Hamlin Family Foundation under the McMaster Student Opportunity Trust Fund II initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91016)

THE ROSS HAMMOND BURSARY (B)
Established in 2008 by Kara Hammond, in memory of her husband Ross Hammond, through the generosity of Ross’ family and friends. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in Business I in the DeGroote School of Business. (91097)

THE MARGARET HARGREAVES BURSARIES (H ,SS)
Established in 1997 by Susan Hargreaves Walker in loving memory of her mother, Margaret Hargreaves. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to Social Sciences and Humanities students who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to mature, female students. (90729)

THE HARWOOD BURSARIES (H)
Established in 1990 by bequest of Dr. William Harwood of Hamilton in memory of his beloved wife Grace and devoted daughter Willa Ruth Laurie (Class of ‘50). A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students studying Music who demonstrate financial need.
Value: Not to exceed $1,000 (90517)

THE M.A. (JACK) HASSAL BURSARY (B)
Established by the Hamilton and District Chartered Accountants’ Discussion Group in 1982 in memory of M.A. (Jack) Hassal. To assist a student in Commerce who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada. It is hoped that recipients, after graduation, will reimburse the fund to the extent of their award so that the fund may assist increasing numbers of students. (90518)

THE HATCH ASSOCIATES BURSARY (E)
Established in 1997 by Hatch Associates in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrates financial need. (90730)

THE HAVILL FAMILY BURSARY (B)
Established in 2011 by Charles (Chuck) Havill, B. Com. (Class of ‘77) in honour of his father, George Havill, M.B.A. (Class of ‘69). To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce program in Level III or IV whose major area of study is accounting and who demonstrates financial need. (91140)

THE MEL AND MARILYN HAWKRIGG PART-TIME STUDENT BURSARIES (U)
Established in 2007 by the McMaster Association of Part-Time Students in honour of Dr. Melvin and Mrs. Marilyn Hawkrigg to mark his retirement as Chancellor of the University (1998-2007). To be granted to students currently enrolled, on a part-time basis, in a degree, diploma or certificate program who demonstrate financial need. (91080)

THE DAMIAN MIGUEL HEADLEY BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by family and friends in memory of Damian Miguel Headley (Class of ‘89) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Damian Miguel Headley Award. (90902)

THE JACK AND THELMA HEATH MEMORIAL BURSARIES (HS)
Established in 1985 by Norton Canada Inc. in memory of Jack and Thelma Heath, former employees of the Company, who were tragically killed in a boating accident. The fund provides up to four awards to assist students, with demonstrated financial need, in Level III or IV of the B.Sc.N. program (basic and/or post-diploma stream). (90519)

THE MIKE AND MURIEL HEDDEN BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by Muriel Hedden in memory of her husband, D.M. (Mike) Hedden, former Vice-President (Administration), who faithfully served McMaster for over 25 years. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90603)

THE RUDY HEINZL BURSARY (U)
Established in 1996 by family, friends and colleagues upon his retirement as Dean of Student Affairs in recognition of 32 years of dedicated service to students and to the McMaster University Community. To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Rudy Heinzl Award. (90577)

THE ORRA ROSE HENAN BURSARY (H)
Established in 2014 through the bequest of Orra Rose Henan (Class of ‘53). To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. (91187)

THE HENDERSON FAMILY BURSARY (H, SS)
Established in 2016 by Trevor Henderson, B.A. (Class of ‘92 & ‘93), and Meredith (Henderson) Rainey, B.A.Hon. (Class of ‘95), in memory of their parents Edward and Marilyn. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities or the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrate financial need.

THE EDWIN W. HILBORN BURSARY (U)
Established in 1965 by bequest of Edwin W. Hilborn. To be granted to a student in any program. (90520)

THE MARY A. HILL BURSARY (R)
Established in 1976 by bequest of Mary A. Hill. To be granted to a female student in any program who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to one who has graduated from a secondary school in Hamilton. (90521)

THE LLOYD ANDREW HILLGARTNER BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by bequest of Lloyd Andrew Hillgartner. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90834)

THE HAZEL MAY HINKS BURSARIES (HS)
Established in 1996 by bequest of Hazel May Hinks of Burlington, Ontario. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a program in Nursing who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who have graduated from a high school located in the City of Burlington. (90604)

THE JANITZA HITCHEN BURSARY (U)
Established in 2006 by Alan Hitchen in memory of his wife, Janitza. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91068)

THE JOHANNES MICHAEL HOLMBOE MEMORIAL BURSARY (B)
Established in 2004 by bequest of Ruth Anna Holmboe in memory of her husband Johannes Michael Holmboe. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Business who demonstrate financial need. (91006)

THE WILLIAM NEIL HOTRUM BURSARIES (R, U)
Established in 2004 by Mr. William Neil Hotrum under the McMaster Student Opportunity Trust Fund II initiative in support of his belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to (i) students from the Hamilton area and (ii) students from a single parent family. (91026)

THE IDA MARIETTA HOUSTON BURSARY (N)
Established in 2007 by Ida Marietta Houston. To be granted to a student who has completed Level II in the School of Nursing and demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student with a particular interest in palliative or end- of- life care. (91090)

THE GENERAL HUMANITIES BURSARY FUND (H)
The General Humanities Bursary Fund, established in 1997 by Humanities alumni, will be granted to undergraduate students at McMaster enrolled in any Humanities program who demonstrate financial need. (90734)

THE HUQUE FAMILY BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2016 by Dr. Ahmed Shafiqul Huque, his wife Yasmin, and their family in the belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students enrolled in a Political Science program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to international students. (91209)

THE DONALD W. HURD BURSARY (S)
Established in 2006 by Alice Hurd in honour of her husband Donald W. Hurd, M.Sc. (Class of ‘50). To be granted to students enrolled in the Earth and Environmental Sciences program in the Faculty of Science who demonstrate financial need. (91053)

THE JULIA HURTIG BURSARY (H)
Established by family and friends of the late Julia Hurtig in 1985. This bursary will be granted to a student entering Level II of the Faculty of Humanities, in good standing, who has made a special contribution to the McMaster community through involvement in University affairs. Preference will be given to a female student. (90522)

THE INGLIS BURSARIES (B, E)
Established in 1996 by Paul F. Inglis of Mississauga. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a program in Commerce or Engineering Management who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students enrolled in Engineering Management. (90606)

THE INTER-RESIDENCE COUNCIL BURSARY (U)
Established in 1996 by the Inter-Residence Council in support of McMaster students. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90680)

THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR 1995 BURSARY (E, S)
Established in 2005 by the Board of the International Science and Engineering Fair 1995 under the Ontario Trust for Student Support initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in Level I in the Faculties of Science or Engineering who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who have participated in local science fairs. (91036)

THE IODE JEAN HENDERSON NURSING BURSARY (HS)
Established in 2007 by the Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire (IODE)-Angela Bruce Chapter in memory of Jean Henderson. To be granted to a student enrolled in the B.Sc.N. program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student from Oakville. (91071)

THE MUNICIPAL CHAPTER OF HAMILTON IODE LEGACY BURSARY (U)
Established in 2012 by IODE Hamilton in honour of their national women’s charitable organization established in 1900 dedicated to improving the quality of life for children, youth and those in need through educational, social service and citizenship programs. To be granted to a student or students enrolled in Level III of any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who have graduated from a Hamilton secondary school. (91162)

THE IODE JIM THOMSON ENGINEERING BURSARY (E)
Established in 2007 by the Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire (IODE)-Angela Bruce Chapter in memory of Jim Thomson. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to students from Oakville. (91088)

THE JOHN B. ISBISTER BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1996 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative, by John B. Isbister of Stoney Creek, valued member of the United Steelworkers of America for 39 years and honoured war veteran by Canada and the navy on four occasions. To be granted to a student enrolled in a program in Labour Studies who demonstrates financial need. (90605)

THE IVEY BURSARY (H)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be awarded to students who demonstrate financial need. (90872)

THE IVISON FAMILY BURSARY FUND (B, E, HS)
Established in 1998 by Don and Betty Ivison in support of McMaster students under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering, the Faculty of Business or the Schools of Medicine and Rehabilitation Science in the Faculty of Health Sciences who demonstrate financial need. (90841)

THE STUART AND MARJORIE IVISON BURSARIES (H)
Established in 1997 by Donald Ivison (Class of ‘53) and Betty Ivison (Class of ‘52) in honour of his parents Stuart and Marjorie Ivison (Class of ‘28 (Arts)). To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to recipients of The Stuart and Marjorie Ivison Award. (90736)

THE CLIFFORD JACKSON MEMORIAL BURSARIES (R)
Established in 1997 by family and friends in memory of Clifford Jackson. A variable number of bursaries to be granted annually to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to children and grandchildren of employees and retirees of The Hamilton-Wentworth Regional Police. (90737)

THE JADDCO ANDERSON BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Jaddco Anderson Limited in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90738)

THE DHANNA SINGH JAGPAL MEMORIAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 2014 in loving memory of Dhanna Singh Jagpal. To be awarded to a student who is the first in their family to attend university, enrolled in Level 2 and above, and demonstrates financial need.  (91188)

THE EMMANUEL AND GERTRUDE JAMES BURSARY (E)
Established in 2010 by Emmanuel James Jr. (Class of ‘73) in honour of his parents, Emmanuel Sr. and Gertrude James. To be granted to students who demonstrate financial need and are enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering. (91128)

THE MARK JANTZI MEMORIAL BURSARY (B)
Established in 2004 by Paul and Hanne Jantzi under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative, in memory of their son Mark Jantzi, an Honours Commerce 2002 graduate who passed away tragically in a car accident at the age of 25. This bursary is in support of the belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students who demonstrate financial need and are enrolled in the DeGroote School of Business. (91004)

THE HENRY AND FRANCES JEKEL BURSARY (N)
Established in 2012 by Henry and Frances Jekel for students pursuing a career in nursing. To be granted to students enrolled in the School of Nursing who demonstrate financial need. (91152)

THE JENSEN BURSARY (S)
Established in 1997 by Dr. Doris E.N. Jensen in conjunction with the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student in the Faculty of Science, Level II or higher, who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a student enrolled in a co-op program in the Faculty of Science. (90740)

THE JOHNS FAMILY BURSARIES (AS)
Established by Martin W. Johns and family. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Arts and Science Program who demonstrate financial need. (90568)

THE JAMES A. JOHNSON CLASS OF ‘97 BURSARIES (SS)
Established by the Economics graduating Class of ‘97, and friends, under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative, in honour of Dr. James A. Johnson, to recognize his nine years as Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and his thirty-five years of dedicated service to the Department of Economics and McMaster University. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in a degree program in Economics who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The James A. Johnson Community Contribution Award. (90742)

THE ANDREW JOHNSTONE MEMORIAL BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2002 by colleagues, family and friends in memory of Andrew Johnstone. To be granted to a Level III student enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student in an Economics program. (90972)

THE JONES-TURNER BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Sheila Lang (Class of ‘53) in honour of her family’s long-standing association with the University. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90743)

THE DR. RONALD V. JOYCE BURSARIES (U)
Established in 2003 by Dr. Ronald V. Joyce (Class of ‘98) to support students at McMaster. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to undergraduate students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90977)

THE JUNIOR LEAGUE OF HAMILTON/BURLINGTON, INC. BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by the Junior League of Hamilton-Burlington, Inc. under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Junior League of Hamilton/Burlington, Inc. Award. (90905)

THE MURIEL MCBRIEN KAUFFMAN BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by the Muriel McBrien Kauffman Foundation in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted annually to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90744)

THE VIENO MARIA KAUHANEN MEMORIAL BURSARIES (H)(SS)
Established in 2010 by Irene Eleonor (Kauhanen) Townsend, B.A. (Class of ‘57) in memory of her mother, Vieno Maria Kauhanen. To be granted to female students in their first year in the Faculties of Humanities or Social Sciences who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students who have demonstrated active involvement in their community. (91133)

THE JAN KELLEY MARKETING BURSARY (B)
Established in 1997 by Kelley Advertising Inc., founded in Hamilton in 1913. This bursary to be granted to a student enrolled in Business I, or in the first year of the M.B.A. program at the DeGroote School of Business who demonstrates financial need. (90745)

THE ROBERT ALAN KENNEDY BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by Robert Alan Kennedy under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90746)

THE KENTS FAMILY BURSARY (HS)
Established in 1997 by the Kents Family under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in the School of Medicine, the School of Nursing or the School of Rehabilitation Science. (90747)

THE PHILLIP GORDON KETTLE BURSARY (HS)
Established in 1996 in memory of Phillip Gordon Kettle. To be granted to a student enrolled in a Nursing program who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a student studying herbal medicine as alternative therapies. (90678)

THE KEW BURSARIES (U)
Established in memory of Lloyd Daniel Kew and Delores Shirley Kew. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students who demonstrate financial need. (91129)

THE MARY KEYES MEMORIAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 2002 by family and friends as a tribute to Dr. Mary E. Keyes, long-time teacher, coach, administrator and mentor at McMaster University. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need with a minimum 8.0 Grade Point Average in any program. Preference to be given to students who show leadership and participation in McMaster student life. (90974)

THE KHAKI UNIVERSITY AND YOUNG MEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION MEMORIAL BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1921 by the Khaki University of Canada and the Young Men’s Christian Association. To assist students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90523)

THE DAVID KINSLEY MEMORIAL BURSARY (H, SS)
Established in 2000 by family, friends, colleagues and former students of David Kinsley, Professor of Religious Studies at McMaster University from 1969 to 2000. To be granted to part-time students who have completed at least Level I of an undergraduate program in either the Faculty of Social Sciences or the Faculty of Humanities. Preference to be given to students who have attained a minimum Grade Point Average of 7.0. (90962)

THE KIWANIS CLUB OF HAMILTON EAST BURSARY (R)
Established in 1997 by the Kiwanis Club of Hamilton East under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to members and former members of the Hamilton East Kiwanis Boys’ and Girls’ Club. (90749)

THE KNAP MARSHALL BURSARY (AT, B)
Established in 2005 under the Ontario Trust for Student Support initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in the DeGroote School of Business who demonstrate financial need and who have demonstrated outstanding athletic achievement in an intervarsity sport. (91032)

THE GEORGE KOBLYK MEMORIAL BURSARY (SS, R)
Established in 2016 by friends and family in memory of long time McMaster alumni volunteer George Koblyk (Class of `60 and `67). To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a student from Hamilton. (91199)

THE RICHARD KONRAD BURSARIES (D)
Established in 1997 by Richard Konrad under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative in the belief that all students should have the opportunity to achieve their academic goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted based upon demonstrated financial need in each of the following areas:

  1. The Richard Konrad Bursaries for students enrolled in any program.
  2. The Richard Konrad Bursaries for physically challenged students registered with Student Accessibility Services who are enrolled in any program. (90750)

THE KPMG BURSARIES (B)
Established in 1996 by KPMG in support of its belief that students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational aspirations. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Business who demonstrate financial need. (90607)

THE J. BEVERLY KRUGEL BURSARIES IN GERMAN STUDIES (H)
Established in 2010 by Mrs. J. Beverly Krugel, B.A. (Class of ‘53). To be granted to students in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students who are enrolled in one or more German courses within the Department of Linguistics and Languages. (91131)

THE HAROLD J.L. KRUGEL BURSARY (H)
Established in 2000 by Mrs. J. Beverly Krugel (Class of ‘53) in honour of her husband, Harold J.L. Krugel. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student in the Department of Linguistics and Languages. (90947)

THE RAYMOND C. LABARGE MEMORIAL BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1973 by friends and associates in memory of Raymond C. Labarge (Class of ‘36) of Ottawa. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in Level III or IV of any program who demonstrate financial need. A minimum Grade Point Average of 8.0 is required. (90524)

THE LABOUR STUDIES CLASS OF ‘97 LEGACY BURSARY
Established in 1997 by the Labour Studies Class of ‘97 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Labour Studies program who demonstrates financial need.

THE BETTY MAY LAMB MEMORIAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 1991 by family, friends, colleagues in memory of Betty May Lamb, an employee at McMaster University for 22 years, most recently as Executive Assistant to the Faculty Association from 1988-91. To assist students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90555)

THE LAHREN LAMB MEMORIAL BURSARY (AS)
Established in 2007 by family and friends in loving memory of Lahren Lamb, B.A. (Class of ‘06), a gifted young artist and graduate of the Honours Art and Multimedia program who did not live to fulfill her potential. She was a truly loved and admired young woman. To be granted to a Level III student enrolled in the School of the Arts who demonstrates financial need. (91083)

THE TRUDY AND CECIL LAMOCA BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2012 by Roland Lamoca, B.A.Hon. (Class of ‘86) in honour of his parents, Trudy and Cecil, for believing in the importance of supporting students in achieving their academic goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrates financial need. (91158)

THE LANCASTER GROUP INC. BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90751)

THE LANDMARK CONSULTING GROUP BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by The LANDMARK Consulting Group Inc. in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational aspirations. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90609)

THE NORMAN D. LANE BURSARIES (S)
Established in 1996 by family and friends in honour of Dr. Norman D. Lane, distinguished geometer and member of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics from 1952 to 1987 and now Professor Emeritus. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a program in Mathematics who demonstrate financial need. (90610)

THE LANG FAMILY BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by H. Murray Lang (Class of ‘44) of Etobicoke, Ontario in honour of his family’s connection to McMaster. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90611)

THE JAMES R. A. LANGS BURSARIES IN THE ARTS (H)
Established by family in memory of James R. A. Langs (Class of ‘37), a Hamilton business leader and great supporter of the Hamilton Community. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a program in Art, Theatre & Film Studies or Music who demonstrate financial need. (90612)

THE JAMES R.A. LANGS STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM BURSARIES (EX)
Established in 1996 by family in memory of James R.A. Langs (Class of ‘37), a Hamilton business leader and great supporter of the Hamilton Community. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a program in Humanities who demonstrate financial need and who are participating in a formal McMaster Exchange Program. (90655)

THE KELLY DAWN LAPP MEMORIAL BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1997 by family and friends under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative in memory of Kelly Dawn Lapp who received her B.A./B.S.W. degree from McMaster University in 1996. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Social Work program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student who has volunteered or worked in programs related to violence against women and children, employment and affordable housing for women, advocacy and treatment of mental health patients, addiction treatment or prevention of cruelty to animals. (90847)

THE GARY LAUTENS MEMORIAL BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by Mrs. Jackie Lautens, the Toronto Star, family and friends, 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. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Gary Lautens Memorial Scholarship. (90613)

THE LEDWITH FAMILY BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2016 by Janette Ledwith (Class of ‘73). A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences, who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students enrolled in a program in the Department of Health, Aging and Society.

THE SZE-WAI LEE MEMORIAL BURSARY (E)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative in honour of Sze-Wai Lee. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrates financial need and has shown involvement in support of the community, particularly multicultural events. (90752)

THE LEFLAR FOUNDATION BURSARY (R)
Established in 1997 by The Lefl ar Foundation in support of its belief that all students should be able to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students who are from the Owen Sound area. (90753)

THE BERTRAM LEGGAT MEMORIAL BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by his family and friends in memory of Bertram Leggat, Q.C., as a tribute to his dedication to the community, his esteem in the legal profession and his devotion to his family. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students who demonstrate financial need. (90614)

THE KEVIN LENGYELL BURSARY (B)
Established in 2006 by Kevin Lengyell, B.Com. (Class of ‘82). To be granted to students who have completed Level II or Level III of the Bachelor of Commerce program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students from the Region of Waterloo. (91056)

THE LIBURDI ENGINEERING LIMITED BURSARY (E)
Established in 1997 by Liburdi Engineering Limited under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in an Engineering program who demonstrates financial need. (90754)

THE LIFELONG LEARNING BURSARY (HS)
Established in 2016 by Laurel Silenzi, BSCN (Class of 2010), MHM (Class of 2015), to support and encourage students who have chosen to further their education in a healthcare field. To be granted to students in the Midwifery Program who demonstrate financial need. (91200)

THE LINCLUDEN MANAGEMENT BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by Lincluden Management Ltd. under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90755)

THE RUSSELL AND ELIZABETH LINDLEY BURSARIES (U)
Established in 2006 in memory of Russell and Elizabeth Lindley. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91081)

THE BURSARY FOR LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGES (H)
Established in 2007 by Linda White, B.A. (Class of ‘80), M.A. (Class of ‘83). To be granted to a student who has completed Level II of a program in the Department of Linguistics and Languages who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a student who has attained a minimum Grade Point Average of 7.0. (91077)

THE LIONS CLUB OF ANCASTER RAY JOHNSON MEMORIAL BURSARY (R)
Established in 1997 by the Ancaster Lions Club under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative and to exemplify the Lions international objective to take an active interest in the civic, cultural, social and moral welfare of the community. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to students who currently reside in the town of Ancaster. (90804)

THE LOUCKS FAMILY BACHELOR OF HEALTH SCIENCES BURSARY (HS)
Established in 2000 by Mr. Ron Loucks and family in recognition of their support of Bachelor of Health Sciences students.  To be granted to Bachelor of Health Sciences students who have completed at least Level I with notable academic standing and demonstrated financial need

THE ALBERT LOVAS MEMORIAL BURSARY (E)
Established in 2008 by Reta Lovas, Glenn Gray (McMaster Class of ‘73) and Susan Gray (Mohawk Class of ‘72). To be granted to students enrolled in a Bachelor of Technology program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students residing in the City of Hamilton. (91095)

THE SADIE LUDLOW BURSARIES (AT)
Established in 1996 by family and friends of Sadie Ludlow, former McMaster employee from 1957 to 1977, and an outstanding athlete who loved sports. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students who have demonstrated financial need and involvement in either McMaster intervarsity football or intervarsity women’s tennis. (90615)

THE LYNDEN LIONS CLUB BURSARY (CS)
Established in 1997 by the Lynden Lions Club under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative to exemplify the Lions international objective to take an active interest in the civic, cultural, social and moral welfare of the community. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who has displayed commendable service to the community-atlarge. Preference to be given to students who currently reside in the Lynden or Troy area. (90758)

THE MAC10 YOUNG ALUMNI BURSARY (U)
Established in 2014 through donations by McMaster’s young alumni to honour their time at McMaster and support future generations of students. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program, level 2 or above who demonstrate financial need.  (91190)

THE JOHN A. ‘JACK’ MACDONALD BURSARIES (SS)
Established in 1996 as part of the Hamilton Sesquicentennial Celebrations in honour of John A. ‘Jack’ MacDonald for his 45 years of outstanding service and leadership to Hamilton and the region. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a Political Science program who demonstrate financial need and interest in extracurricular or community activities. (90616)

THE EWAN MACINTYRE BURSARIES (SS)
Established in 1999 by the Social Work Alumni Branch, the Citizen Action Group, the Social Work Students Association, faculty (past and present), staff, friends, alumni, and various organizations associated with McMaster’s School of Social Work as a tribute to Dr. Ewan Macintyre for his 29 years of service to the School, including 12 years of service as the School’s Director. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students who demonstrate financial need and are enrolled in a Bachelor of Social Work program. (90861)

THE DIANNE MACISAAC MEMORIAL BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1994 by friends and family of Dianne MacIsaac and augmented in 1996 in conjunction with the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student or students enrolled in a program in Sociology who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students with disabilities. (90571)

THE BOB MACKENZIE BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1996 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative, by Bob MacKenzie, political organizer for the United Steelworkers Union and valued MPP for Hamilton East for twenty years. To be granted to a student enrolled in a program in Labour Studies who demonstrates financial need. (90617)

THE ALEC JOHN ROYSTON MACMILLAN MEMORIAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 1996 by his family in memory of Alec John Royston MacMillan under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipients of The Alec John Royston MacMillan Memorial Awards. (90907)

THE PAUL R. MACPHERSON BURSARY (R)
Established in 1998 by Paul R. MacPherson (Class of ‘57) and augmented in 2003 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative in support of his belief that all students should be able to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to (i) students from Bracebridge and Muskoka Lakes Secondary School and (ii) Aboriginal students from a First Nations community in Ontario. (90838)

THE WALLY MAJESKY LABOUR STUDIES BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2009 in honour of the late Wally Majesky by the Workers’ Health and Safety Centre and supported through the joint sponsorship of the WHSC, Provincial Building and Construction Trades Council of Ontario, the Toronto Central Ontario Building and Construction Trades Council, and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 353. To be granted to a student enrolled in a Labour Studies program who has completed Level I with a minimum Grade Point Average of 8.0 and demonstrates financial need. Preference will be granted to a student who has demonstrated leadership in the social justice movement. (91122)

THE MAKSTEEL BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Maksteel Inc. in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90761)

THE MALLOCH FOUNDATION BURSARIES (R)
Established in 1996 by the Malloch Foundation, Hamilton, in the belief that all students should be able to achieve their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students from the Hamilton area. (90618)

THE ENRICO HENRY MANCINELLI BURSARIES (SS)
Established in 1996 by the Labourers’ International Union of North America, Local 837 in honour of Enrico Henry Mancinelli, LIUNA Canadian Director and Vice President and Local 837 President. Two bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a program in Labour Studies who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students attaining a Fall-Winter average of at least 7.0 at the most recent review. (90619)

THE MANULIFE FINANCIAL BURSARIES (B, HS)
Established in 1997 by Manulife Financial under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students who demonstrate financial need and are enrolled in the Faculty of Business or the Faculty of Health Sciences. (90762)

THE PAUL MARANGER BURSARY (U)
Established in 2016 by Paul Maranger, B.Com. (Class of ‘89), MBA, to inspire students to passionately pursue their goals and create a future that is uniquely theirs. To be awarded to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91215)

THE DR. ALBERT MARTIN BURSARIES (H)
Established in 1996 by Joyce Beverly Krugel, a former student of Dr. Albert Martin who was a Professor of German in the Faculty of Arts and Science from 1939 to 1961. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students enrolled in the Department of Linguistics and Languages. (90620)

THE KAREN M. MASON AND ROSS H. MASON BURSARY (AT)
Established in 2009 by Karen and Ross Mason, B.A. (Class of ‘59). To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate outstanding athletic participation and financial need. (91109)

THE RONALD E. MATERICK/TISHMAN BURSARY (E)
Established in 1996 by Ronald E. Materick (Class of ‘70). To be granted to an undergraduate student who demonstrates financial need. (90665)

THE DOROTHY DEAN MATHESON MEMORIAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 2004 by bequest of Kenneth Matheson, in memory of Dorothy Dean Matheson (Class of ‘84). To be granted to female part-time students who demonstrate financial need. (91028)

THE MATTHEWS HALL BURSARY (U)
Established in 1999 by past residents of Halcyon House under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a student in residence at Matthews Hall. (90859)

THE LINDA MATTHEWS BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by Linda Matthews (Class of ‘69). A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to female students. (90664)

THE JOHN AND HELEN MAXWELL BURSARIES (S)
Established in 1996 by John and Helen Maxwell of Ottawa. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Science who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students enrolled in a program in Earth Sciences or Chemistry. (90621)

THE HARRISON MAYNARD MEMORIAL BURSARY IN MIDWIFERY (HS)
Established in 2005 in memory of Harrison Maynard by his family and friends. To be granted to students enrolled in Level II or above of the Midwifery Education Program who demonstrate financial need. (91030)

THE J. B. MCARTHUR BURSARY (H)
Established in 2005 by Joseph B. McArthur, son of J. B. McArthur, a 1905 graduate of McMaster University, who conscientiously served his alma mater for forty two years as President of the McMaster Alumni Association (1911), member of McMaster’s Senate (1911-1931) and member of McMaster’s Board of Governors (1931-1953). To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. (91039)

THE NEIL D. MCARTHUR BURSARIES (E, S)
Established in 1997 by the Anne and Neil McArthur Foundation in memory of Mrs. McArthur’s parents, Joseph and Josephine Hryniszak. To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students enrolled in either the Faculty of Science or the Faculty of Engineering. (90765)

THE LAWRENCE MCBREARTY BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1996 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative by Lawrence McBrearty, current National Director of the United Steelworkers of America and President of the Steelworkers’ Humanity Fund, the Union’s third world aid and development arm. To be granted to a student enrolled in a program in Labour Studies who demonstrates financial need. The value of this award shall be no less than $300. (90766)

THE KATHLEEN AND DENNIS MCCALLA BURSARIES (AS,H,S)
Established in 2003 by Kathleen and Dennis McCalla, former Dean, Faculty of Science and later Vice-President, Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University. To be granted to students who demonstrate financial need and are enrolled in a program in Science, Humanities, or Arts and Science. Preference will be given to students with a minimum admission average of 80% and who are from Grey or Bruce Counties.
Value: Minimum $1,000 (90970)

THE DR. BRIAN MCCANN MEMORIAL BURSARY (S)
Established in 2004 by friends, colleagues and former students in memory of Dr. Brian McCann. To be granted to a student in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in a course offered by the School with an additional cost for a field component. (91015)

THE MCFADGEN BURSARY (S)
Established in 2011 by Colin McFadgen (Class of ‘49). To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Science who demonstrate financial need. (91143)

THE ANDREW MCFARLANE BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1988 by bequest of Andrew McFarlane of Hamilton. To be granted to a student or students who are in good standing and have demonstrated financial need. (90526)

THE R. CRAIG MCIVOR BURSARIES (SS)
Established in 1996 as a tribute to Professor R. Craig McIvor by his family, friends, colleagues and students. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students enrolled in an Honours program in Economics. (90622)

THE JANET MCKNIGHT MEMORIAL BURSARIES (HS)
Established in 1996 in memory of Janet McKnight by the Pember Family. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the final level of the Nursing program who demonstrate financial need. (90623)

THE MCLAY BURSARY (EX)
Established in 1997 by David and Jean McLay under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need and who is participating in one of McMaster’s formal exchange programs. Preference to be given to students who have been active in international clubs and associations. (90767)

THE MCLEAN FAMILY EXCHANGE BURSARIES (EX)
Established in 1997 by the McLean Family under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative, in gratitude for the learning and relationship enrichment which they obtained first at McMaster University, and subsequently through international travel. To be granted to students who wish to participate in exchange programs, who demonstrate financial need and who are enrolled in Level II or III of a program. Preference to be given to international exchanges, for students from the Faculty of Engineering or the Faculty of Humanities with a GPA above 7.0 at the most recent review and who have shown leadership and involvement in university and/or community activities. (90849)

THE McMASTER UNIVERSITY’S 125TH ANNIVERSARY BURSARY (U)
Established in 2012 in honour of McMaster University’s 125th Anniversary. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students who demonstrate financial need. Preference given to students graduating from high schools in the Hamilton-Wentworth region. (91147)

THE McMASTER ALUMNAE CENTENNIAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 1988 by the McMaster Women’s Alumnae, Hamilton Branch. To be granted to a student in his or her graduating year who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident and who exhibits financial need. Preference will be given to a single parent. (90528)

THE McMASTER ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by the McMaster Alumni Association in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries will be granted annually to McMaster students who demonstrate financial need. (90862)

THE McMASTER ALUMNI CLASS BURSARY FUND (U)
Established in 2016 by McMaster Alumni. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program and who demonstrate financial need. (91201)

THE McMASTER ASSOCIATION OF PART-TIME STUDENTS BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1988 in celebration of McMaster’s Centennial to assist students currently enrolled in a degree or certificate program who, without such assistance, would be unable to continue their studies. Consideration may also be given to students who would not otherwise enrol without such assistance. (90529)

THE McMASTER ASSOCIATION OF PART-TIME STUDENTS 20TH ANNIVERSARY BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1999 by the McMaster Association of Part-Time students to commemorate its 20th anniversary. The bursary was further augmented by friends and colleagues of Helen Barton, MAPS’ first President and founding member, in recognition of her 27 years of service and retirement as Senior Associate Registrar at McMaster. To be granted to students currently enrolled, on a part-time basis, in a degree program, who demonstrate financial need. (90835)

THE McMASTER ASSOCIATION OF PART-TIME STUDENTS 25TH ANNIVERSARY BURSARIES (U)
Established in 2004 by the McMaster Association of Part-Time Students (MAPS) to commemorate its silver anniversary. To be granted to students currently enrolled, on a part-time basis, in a degree program, who demonstrate financial need. (90988)

THE McMASTER ASSOCIATION OF PART-TIME STUDENTS 30TH ANNIVERSARY BURSARY
Established in 2008 by the McMaster Association of Part-time Students (MAPS) to commemorate 30 years of MAPS Board leadership and growth along with the 30th Anniversary of MAPS. To be granted to students currently enrolled on a part-time basis who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students in a diploma or certificate program. (91103)

THE McMASTER ATHLETIC COUNCIL (MAC) BURSARY (AT)
Established in 1997 by the Men’s Athletic Council and the Women’s Intercollegiate Athletics Council under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need and who is a member of any inter-university team at McMaster. Preference will be given to the recipient of the McMaster Athletic Council Award. (90906)

THE McMASTER BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1980 by the University to assist undergraduate students in any program. (90527)

THE McMASTER ENGINEERING SOCIETY BURSARY (E)
Established in 1999 by the McMaster Engineering Society. To be granted to a student in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrates financial need. (90863)

THE McMASTER GENERAL BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by the University to assist undergraduate students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90624)

THE McMASTER HISPANIC SOCIETY BURSARY (H)
Established in 1999 by the McMaster Hispanic Society under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in Spanish courses (formerly Hispanic Studies) or a Linguistics and Languages program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate a lively interest in the University and community through their involvement in extracurricular activities. (90864)

THE McMASTER M.B.A. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BURSARIES (B)
Established in 1996 by the McMaster M.B.A. Alumni Association. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the first year of the DeGroote School of Business M.B.A. program who demonstrate financial need. (90626)

THE McMASTER MEN’S ATHLETICS BURSARY (AT)
Established by past and present student-athletes and friends of McMaster Interuniversity Athletics to assist students in any academic program who demonstrate financial need and who demonstrate outstanding athletic participation in men’s interuniversity athletics. (90625)

THE McMASTER MEN’S BASKETBALL BURSARY (AT)
Established by past and present student-athletes and friends of McMaster Men’s Basketball to assist students in any academic program who demonstrate financial need and who demonstrate outstanding athletic participation in the sport of men’s basketball. (90770)

THE McMASTER NURSING ALUMNI CLASS BURSARY FUND (N)
A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a Nursing program and who demonstrate financial need.

THE McMASTER SAVINGS AND CREDIT UNION LIMITED BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by McMaster Savings and Credit Union Limited in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted annually to McMaster students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90561)

THE McMASTER SQUASH AND GOLF BURSARY (AT)
Established by past and present student-athletes and friends of McMaster Golf and Squash to assist a student in any academic program who demonstrates financial need and who demonstrates outstanding athletic participation in the sport of golf or squash. (90771)

THE McMASTER STUDENT OPPORTUNITY FUND BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by McMaster University from general donations to the University bursary program and matching funding provided through the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90627)

THE McMASTER STUDENT OPPORTUNITY FUND II BURSARIES (U)
Established in 2003 by McMaster University from general donations to the University bursary program and matching funding provided through the Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund II initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91002)

THE McMASTER STUDENTS’ UNION BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1982 by the McMaster Students’ Union. To assist those undergraduate MSU members who demonstrate financial need. (90530)

THE McMASTER STUDENTS UNION EMERGENCY BURSARY FUND (U)
Established in 2016 by the MSU Board of Directors and members of the McMaster Students Union. To be granted to full-time undergraduate students who are members of the MSU and who demonstrate urgent financial need due to exceptional circumstances as determined by the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships. (91197)

THE McMASTER UNIVERSITY FACULTY ASSOCIATION BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by the McMaster Faculty Association under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative based on the assumption that all students should have access to educational opportunities. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90768)

THE McMASTER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL BURSARY (AT)
Established by past and present student-athletes and friends of McMaster Women’s Basketball to assist a student in any academic program who demonstrates financial need and who demonstrates outstanding athletic participation in the sport of women’s basketball. (90772)

THE McMASTER WOMEN’S CLUB BURSARY (HS)
Established in 1983 by the McMaster Women’s Club and augmented in 1996 in conjunction with the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative to assist a student beyond Level I in the University’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. (90531)

THE McMASTER WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL BURSARY (AT)
Established by past and present student-athletes and friends of McMaster Women’s Volleyball to assist a student in any academic program who demonstrates financial need and who demonstrates outstanding athletic participation in the sport of women’s volleyball. (90773)

THE KATHERINE M. COLLYER MCNALLY BURSARY (HS)
Established in 1997 by her children in honour of Katherine M. Collyer McNally under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and has completed at least 30 units in the Midwifery, Physiotherapy or Nursing program. (90774)

THE MCQUADE FAMILY BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2010 by John McQuade (Class of ‘77). To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrates financial need. (91134)

THE MCQUIGGE FAMILY BURSARY (H, N)
Established in 2016 by Karen McQuigge (Class of ‘90) and Nancy McQuigge (Class of ‘93) to support students to pursue their academic and professional goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in a History or Nursing program who demonstrates financial need. (91216)

THE MDS INC. BURSARY (HS)
Established in 1997 by MDS Inc., under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Health Sciences who demonstrates financial need. (90775)

THE A.J. MELLONI MEMORIAL FUND (U)
To be granted to a student in any program. (90532)

THE MELOCHE MONNEX INC. BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Meloche Monnex Inc. under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative in the belief that students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90776)

THE MERITOR AUTOMOTIVE INC. BURSARY (E)
Established in 1999 by Meritor Automotive Inc. under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in a Mechanical Engineering program who demonstrates financial need. (90865)

THE MÉTIS NATION OF ONTARIO BURSARY (U)
Established in 2014 by the Métis Nation of Ontario to encourage and support undergraduate students in any program.  To be awarded to Métis students who demonstrate financial need. (91189)

THE MIDWIFERY BURSARY (HS)
Established in 1999 by the Midwifery Education Program to support Midwifery students.  To be granted to Midwifery students with notable academic standing and demonstrates financial need.

THE EDNA C. AND FRANK CHARLES MILLER BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Frank C. Miller in memory of his parents, Edna C. and Frank Charles Miller, in support of McMaster students. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90778)

THE ROBERT AND RUTH MILLER ENTRANCE BURSARY (H, R)
Established in 2016 by Ruth Miller (Class of ‘79), lifetime resident of Burlington who had a career dedicated to education in the Halton School Board; and Robert Miller (Class of ‘76), who had a career in engineering and business management, to assist students that demonstrate wise use of time, energy and skill. To be awarded to a student entering a Level 1 program in the Faculty of Humanities who graduated from a Burlington high school and demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to students who graduated from M.M. Robinson High School.
Value: $7,500

THE ANN MINER MEMORIAL BURSARY (E)
Established in 2005 in memory of Ann Miner by her brother Jim Sweetman (Class of ‘77) and his wife Sheila. To be granted to students enrolled in a program in Chemical Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrate financial need. (91033)

THE MINICH FAMILY BURSARIES (B)
Established in 1996 by E. A. Minich and family. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in Business I who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students who demonstrate a lively interest in the University and community through their involvement in extracurricular activities. (90628)

THE GARY JAMES MINNETT BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1999 in memory of Gary James Minnett, B.A./B.P.E. (Class of ‘72) by his wife, Barbara, and daughters, Samantha and Erin. To be awarded to a student enrolled in a Kinesiology program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student enrolled in Kinesiology I from a high school in the Hamilton area. (90866)

THE DR. F. A. MIRZA BURSARY (E)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. Preference will be given, if financial need is demonstrated, to the recipient of The Dr. F.A. Mirza Scholarship. (90895)

THE CAROL R. MITCHELL BURSARY (B)
Established in 2005 by Carol R. Mitchell, M.B.A. (Class of ‘82). To be granted to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce program in the DeGroote School of Business who demonstrate financial need. (91051)

THE SUSAN MOELLERS BURSARY (U)
Established in 2011 by Susan Moellers, M.B.A. (Class of ‘82). To be granted to undergraduate students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91137)

THE JAMES C. MOORE MEMORIAL BURSARY (H, SS)
Established in 1989 by family and friends in memory of James C. Moore. To be granted to a student in Humanities or Social Sciences who demonstrates financial need and involvement in student government. (90566)

THE THERESE E. MOORE BURSARY (H)
Established in 2003 by David M. Moore (Class of ‘00) in honour of his mother, Therese E. Moore. To be granted to a student enrolled in a program in History who demonstrates financial need. (91000)

THE BERNIE MORELLI MEMORIAL BURSARY (B, R)
Established in 2016 in memory of respected Hamilton councillor Bernie Morelli (Class of ‘67). To be awarded to a student enrolled in the DeGroote School of Business who demonstrates financial need and resides in the City of Hamilton. Preference will be given to those who attended an inner city high school. (91202)

THE ROBERT JOHN MORRIS BURSARIES (E)
Established in 1996 by family, friends and colleagues of Robert John Morris. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students who demonstrate financial need and are enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering. Preference will be given to in-course recipients and/or entrance level recipients of The Robert John Morris Awards in the year they receive the award. (90630)

THE WALLACE R. MORRIS BURSARY FUND (U)
Established in 1997 by bequest of Wallace Ronald Morris. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90780)

THE WILLIAM MORRIS FAMILY BURSARIES (H)
Established in 2010 by family and friends in honour of William Morris, B.A. (Class of ‘56) to commemorate his 50th anniversary as a respected member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and to honour his years of service to the City of Hamilton. To be granted to students who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students from the Hamilton area. (91130)

THE ARCHIE MOUGHALIAN BURSARIES (E)
Established by bequest in 1998. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrate financial need. (90852)

THE JOHN DOUGLAS MOYER BURSARY (U)
Established in 1986 by bequest of John Douglas Moyer to assist needy students. (90534)

THE MULDOON FAMILY BURSARY (B, S)
Established in 2016 by Greg (Class of 2003) and Erin (Class of 2003) Muldoon. To be awarded to a student who has completed Level 1 and is enrolled in either the Faculty of Business or the Faculty of Science and who demonstrates financial need. (91203)

THE HONOURABLE JOHN C. MUNRO BURSARIES (SS)
Established in 1998 by family, friends and colleagues of the Honourable John C. Munro for his outstanding years of service and commitment to the political life of Canada and to the Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a program in Political Science who demonstrate financial need. (90848)

THE SAMMON MUNROE BURSARY (H)
Established in 2003 by Robert Munroe (Class of ‘72) and Sheila Sammon under the Mc-Master Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student enrolled in a program in History. (90982)

THE RUTH MURRAY MEMORIAL BACHELOR OF HEALTH SCIENCES BURSARY (HS)
Established in 1999 by Mr. Alex Murray and family in memory of Ruth Murray and in recognition of their support to Bachelor of Health Sciences students.  To be granted to Bachelor of Health Sciences students who have completed at least Level I with notable academic standing and demonstrated financial need.

THE HELEN K. MUSSALLEM BURSARY (U)
Established in 1996 by Dr. Helen K. Mussallem (C.C., B.N., Ed.D., LL.D (Queen’s), D.Sc., D.St.J., F.R.C.N., M.R.S.H.) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Helen K. Mussallem Award. (90909)

THE CAROLE AND ALEXANDER NAKEFF BURSARIES (SS)
Established in 2000 by Carole Anne Nakeff (Class of ‘69) and Dr. Alexander Nakeff. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a Political Science or Environmental Studies program who demonstrate financial need. (90946)

THE NCR (WATERLOO) BURSARY (E)
Established in 1998 by NCR (Waterloo) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in an Engineering and Management program who demonstrates financial need. (90842)

THE MARJORIE AND BILL NELSON BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Marjorie and Bill Nelson under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative in support of the Hamilton community, and in support of the efforts of McMaster University to ensure that all students have the opportunity to achieve their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90781)

THE NELSON STEEL BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Nelson Steel in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90782)

THE NHLA-NY RANGER ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS (PAT HICKEY AND HARRY HOWELL) BURSARY (AT)
Established in 1999 by The NHL Players’ Association Alumni. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need and who has demonstrated outstanding athletic achievement in an intervarsity sport. (90889)

THE PERC AND JOAN NORMAN NURSING BURSARY (HS)
Established in 2005 by Perc and Joan Norman in support of students pursuing a career in healthcare. To be granted to students who demonstrate financial need and are enrolled in the Nursing program. (91019)

THE AUSTIN NORONHA BURSARY (U)
Established in 2016 by Austin Noronha, a dedicated and generous McMaster staff member, to support and encourage McMaster students to attain their educational goals. To be awarded to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91217)

THE NORTHWATER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1997 by Northwater Capital Management in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries will be granted annually to McMaster students enrolled in the Gerontology program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students who have participated in a conference or workshop on Gerontology. (90783)

THE CLAIRE AND JOHN NOVAK BURSARY (B)
Established in 1997 by Bruce Cumming (Class of ‘73) and Marie Cumming in honour of Claire and John Novak. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Business who demonstrates financial need. (90784)

THE NURSING CLASS OF ‘69 BURSARY (N)
Established in 2009 by the Nursing Class of 1969 in honour of their 40th anniversary. To be granted to students enrolled in Level III or IV in the School of Nursing who demonstrate financial need. (91118)

THE NURSING CLASS OF ‘86 BURSARY FUND (HS)
Established in 2006 by the Nursing Class of 1986 in honour of their 20th reunion. To be granted to students enrolled in the School of Nursing who demonstrate financial need. (91057)

THE NURSING PROGRAM BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 in recognition of the contribution of McMaster students under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in the Nursing program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of the Nursing Program Award.(90910)

THE DR. ALFRED AND LAURA OAKIE BURSARIES (B)
Established in 1996 by Dr. Alfred U. Oakie. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in Business I who demonstrate financial need. (90631)

THE OAKRUN FARM BAKERY BURSARY (HS)
Established in 2004 by Oakrun Farm Bakery, under the McMaster Student Opportunity Trust Fund II initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Health Sciences who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to a student in the Hamilton area. (91013)

THE ORLICK INDUSTRIES LIMITED BURSARIES (E)
Established in 1997 by Orlick Industries in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a Mechanical Engineering program who demonstrate financial need. (90785)

THE O’SHAUGHNESSY BURSARY (HS)
Established in 1986 by the family and friends of the late Margaret O’Shaughnessy, RN, this bursary is to be used to alleviate financial need for students pursuing an education in Nursing (basic or post-diploma stream) in Level II, III, or IV. (90535)

THE OTIS CANADA BURSARIES IN ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (E)
Established in 1996 by OTIS Canada Inc., the world’s largest elevator company with over 50,000 employees and more than 1,700 worldwide locations. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in Level II of a program in Engineering and Management who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students who demonstrate a lively interest in the university and community through their involvement in extracurricular activities. (90632)

THE LILLIAN AND LEROY PAGE BURSARIES (R)
Established in 1997 by the Lillian and Leroy Page Foundation to enable students to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students from the Hamilton-Wentworth Region who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students in the Faculty of Science. (90786)

THE THOMAS ALEXANDER PAIN BURSARY (AT)
Established by past and present student-athletes and friends of McMaster Football to assist students in any academic program who demonstrate financial need and who demonstrate outstanding participation in the sport of football. (90777)

THE PALATINE HILLS ESTATE WINERY AND THE CLOVERLEAF FOUNDATION BURSARY (H)
Established in 2012 by Palatine Hills Estate Winery and The Cloverleaf Foundation to commemorate the bicentennial anniversary of the War of 1812. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to students who have completed HISTORY 2T03  and 2TT3  (Canadian history). (91148)

THE BARBARA PARKE BURSARY (S)
Established in 2007 by Barbara Parke, B.Sc. (Class of ‘72). To be granted to a student who has completed Mathematics and Statistics I, demonstrates financial need and has attained a minimum Grade Point Average of 8.0. (91085)

THE PARNOJA FAMILY BURSARY (U)
Established in 2009 by Erik Parnoja in support of his belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who have achieved a minimum Grade Point Average of 7.0 and demonstrate financial need. (91105)

THE DR. JOHN H. PASSMORE BURSARY (S, SS)
Established in 2004 by Dr. John H. Passmore (Class of ‘33) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Trust Fund II initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Science or the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who are studying Environmental Studies. (91011)

THE PATRIOT FORGE INC. BURSARY (E)
Established in 1997 by Patriot Forge Inc. in support of McMaster students. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student enrolled in Mechanical, Chemical or Materials Engineering. (90788)

THE PATTERSON-WILSON BURSARIES (H)
Established in 2003 by the bequest of Laurence Cholwill Patterson under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to students in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. (90995)

THE MARION PEARCE BURSARIES (SS)
Established in 1990 by Dr. Sally Palmer in memory of her aunt Marion Pearce (Class of ‘20). Miss Pearce worked with New Canadians at the Beverly Street Baptist Church in Toronto. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Social Work program who have demonstrated financial need. (90536)

THE DR. HOLLAND AND MRS. ELVIRA PETERSON BURSARY (H)
Established in 1997 by Dr. Holland and Mrs. Elvira Peterson under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in Level II or higher of a Hispanic Studies or German program in the Department of Linguistics and Languages. (90789)

THE ELVIRA AND HOLLAND PETERSON BURSARY (H)
Established in 2000 by Mrs. Elvira Peterson (Class of ‘69) and Dr. Holland Peterson. To be granted to a Level III student enrolled in the Honours Art History or Combined Honours Art History Program who demonstrates financial need. (90948)

THE PETRO-CANADA BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by Petro-Canada, the largest Canadian-owned oil and gas company and one of the country’s leading refiners and marketers of petroleum products, in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational aspirations. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90634)

THE PEVENSING BURSARIES (SS)
Established in 1996 by David Hannaford (Class of ‘64). A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the penultimate year of an Honours program in Economics who demonstrate financial need. (90676)

THE ROBERT AND RUTH PHILIP STUDENT BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by Robert and Ruth Philip of Hamilton, Ontario. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90635)

THE BETH PHINNEY BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2005 by Beth Phinney, B.A. (Class of ‘78), and Member of Parliament for Hamilton Mountain for 18 years. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrates financial need. (91038)

THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS OF ‘80 25TH ANNIVERSARY BURSARY (SS)
Established by the Bachelor of Physical Education Class of ‘80 in honour of their 25th Anniversary. To be granted to students in Level II or above of a program in Kinesiology who demonstrate financial need. (91040)

THE MARC ANDRE ADRIEN PINEAULT BURSARY (E)
Established in 1995 by family and friends in memory of Marc Pineault and augmented in 1996 in conjunction with the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in a program in Engineering who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student who is involved in one of the following University activities or issues: the McMaster Choir, varsity wrestling, karate club, the environment or social justice. (90576)

THE PIONEER ENERGY LP BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by the Pioneer Group of Companies Inc. under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Pioneer Group Inc. Award. (90911)

THE PITCHER-RATFORD BURSARIES (S)
Established in 2004 by Bruce Ratford (Class of ‘71) and Elda Ratford (Pitcher) (Class of ‘71) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who have completed Level III of an Honours Geography program with a Grade Point Average of 8.0 at the most recent review. (90983)

THE DR. SUSAN BEVERLEY PLANK MEMORIAL BURSARY (HS)
Established in 1997 by Mr. William J. Plank, family and friends, in memory of Dr. Susan Beverley Plank (Class of ‘90). To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in the Faculty of Health Sciences, School of Medicine. (90791)

THE KATE PLAYLE BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2012 by Christopher Playle, B.Sc. (Hon.) (Class of ‘75) and his mother K. Yvonne Playle, B.A. (1944 McGill), in memory of Ms. Kathleen Playle, B.A. (Class of ‘80), B.S.W. (Class of ‘83). To be granted to students enrolled in the School of Social Work who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate leadership and active involvement in the McMaster community. (91164)

THE GEORGE PLUMB MEMORIAL BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1996 by David Plumb in memory of his father George Plumb. To be granted to a student enrolled in a program in Gerontology who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a mature student. (90636)

THE LILLIAN PLUMB BURSARY (H)
Established in 1998 by David Plumb in honour of his mother, Lillian Plumb. To be granted to a student enrolled in a program in the Department of English and Cultural Studies and who demonstrates financial need (90853)

THE GORDON AND JANE PRICE BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by their sons in honour of Gordon and Jane Price under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Gordon and Jane Price Award. (90912)

THE LES PRINCE BURSARIES (AT)
Established in 1996 in memory of Leslie A. Prince, dedicated teacher, coach and administrator at McMaster University remembered for his outstanding leadership and service in Athletics and Recreation, Student Life as well as the community-at-large. To assist student-athletes who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students who demonstrate qualities of leadership and service to the community through programs such as The Marauder Outreach program and Community Service. (90637)

THE PROCOR BURSARIES (B, E)
Established in 1997 by Procor Ltd. in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students enrolled in Engineering or Commerce who demonstrate financial need and undertake service to McMaster University and the community-at-large. (90669)

THE QUEEN ELIZABETH II INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL BURSARY (U)
Established in 2015 by Arnold Beale, B.Sc. (Class of ‘68), B.A. (Class of ‘83) in honour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who became the longest-reigning British monarch on September 9, 2015. To be granted to an undergraduate student participating in an international exchange program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student travelling to a Commonwealth country.

THE LYNDA QUINN BURSARY (B)
Established in 2008 by Lynda Quinn, B.Com. (Class of ‘86). To be granted to students enrolled in the DeGroote School of Business who demonstrate financial need. (91093)

THE EVELYN QUIRT MEMORIAL BURSARY (E)
Established in 2016 by Jennifer Chapin (Class of 2003). To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a female student. (91204)

THE E.J. RANKIN BURSARY (N)
Established in 2016 from the Estate of Eleanor Jean Rankin (Class of ‘83). To be granted to full time undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the School of Nursing who demonstrate financial need. Funding allocation to undergraduate and graduate students to be recommended by the Associate Dean, Nursing. (91205)

THE WALLACE M. RANKIN BURSARY IN THE SCHOOL OF NURSING (N)
Established in 2006 by an anonymous donor. To be granted to students in the School of Nursing who demonstrate financial need. (91055)

THE GORDON RAYMOND BURSARY (U)
Established in 1996 by the McMaster Association of Part-time Students and other friends and colleagues under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to part-time students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Gordon Raymond Award. (90638)

THE RBC FINANCIAL GROUP BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by the Royal Bank of Canada in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to McMaster students who demonstrate financial need. (90797)

THE REDPATH SUGARS BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Redpath Sugars, Division of Redpath Industries Limited, in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90824)

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF HAMILTON-WENTWORTH BURSARIES (R)
Established in 1997 by The Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries will be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who permanently reside in the Hamilton-Wentworth Region. (90794)

THE REISE FAMILY BURSARIES (U)
Established in 2009 by Leo Reise, B. A. (Class of ‘72) and Geraldine Reise. To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91116)

THE RICOH CANADA INC. BURSARIES (B, E)
Established in 1996 by Ricoh Canada Inc. in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students who demonstrate financial need and are enrolled in the Faculty of Business or the Faculty of Engineering. (90639)

THE JAMES AND ELIZABETH ROBERTS BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1957 by R.H. Roberts in memory of his parents to assist any male student of good academic standing. (90538)

THE HUGH AND ALICE ROBERTSON MEMORIAL BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by R. G. Hamish Robertson in honour of his parents Hugh and Alice Robertson under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90795)

THE ROBERTSON-YATES CORPORATION BURSARIES (B, E)
Established in 1996 by the Robertson-Yates Corporation of Hamilton in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in a program in Business or Engineering who demonstrate financial need. (90640)

THE DORSA ROHANI BURSARY (E)
Established in 2013 by Ali Rohani, B.Eng.Mgmt. (Class of ‘03) and Mahsa Bokaee, B.Eng. (Class of ‘05), in honour of their daughter, Dorsa Rohani, to instill in her and other children a passion for education. To be granted to a student in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrates financial need. (91172)

THE ROLLS’ FAMILY BURSARY (H, N)
Established in 2016 by the Rolls family. To be granted to students enrolled in level 2 or above, in a program in the Department of English and/or the School of Nursing, who demonstrate financial need.

THE MARY ROMEO BURSARY IN ART HISTORY (H)
Established in 1997 by Mary Romeo, a lifelong patron of the arts. To be granted to undergraduate and graduate students who have demonstrated financial need and are enrolled in a program in Art History. (90668)

THE RANDOLPH E. ROSS MEMORIAL BURSARY (EX)
Established in 1998 by family and friends in memory of Dr. Randolph E. Ross, who was a dedicated and cherished faculty member for over 25 years at McMaster University. To be granted to a student enrolled in the School of Business or the Engineering and Management Program. Preference will be given to a McMaster student participating in an international exchange program. (90854)

THE HELEN LENORE ROSZELL MEMORIAL BURSARIES (U)
Established in 2000 by bequest of Helen Lenore Roszell. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90951)

THE ROTARY CLUB OF ANCASTER BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by the Rotary Club of Ancaster under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Rotary Club of Ancaster Award. (90914)

THE ROTARY CLUB OF ANCASTER A.M. MURRAY FERGUSON BURSARY (B, SS)
Established in 2007 by the Rotary Club of Ancaster A.M. to honour member Murray Ferguson in recognition of his years of outstanding service and leadership to the communities of Ancaster and the City of Hamilton. To be granted to a student enrolled in the DeGroote School of Business or the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student in the Department of Political Science. (91070)

THE ROTARY CLUB OF BURLINGTON CENTRAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by the Rotary Club of Burlington Central under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students who are enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Rotary Club of Burlington Central Award. (90915)

THE ROTARY CLUB OF HAMILTON BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by the Rotary Club of Hamilton under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Rotary Club of Hamilton Award. (90875)

THE ROTARY CLUB OF HAMILTON A.M. BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by The Rotary Club of Hamilton A.M. under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Rotary Club of Hamilton A.M. Award. (90876)

THE HARRY A. ROTHMANN BURSARY (S)
Established in 2005 by Harry A. Rothmann, B.Sc. (Class of ‘58). To be granted to students in the Faculty of Science enrolled in a program in Mathematics who demonstrate financial need. (91052)

THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH 163 BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1997 by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 163 in support of the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative and in keeping with the Legion’s intention to support community service, education and leadership programs in the country. To be granted to a student enrolled in a Gerontology program who demonstrates financial need. (90798)

THE ROYAL & SUNALLIANCE BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1997 by Royal & SunAlliance Canada in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries will be granted annually to McMaster students who demonstrate financial need. (90799)

THE CARMEN AND DOROTHY RYDER BURSARY (B)
Established in 1997 by Marvin Ryder under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative in honour of Carmen and Dorothy Ryder. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Business who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a student entering Level III or IV. (90800)

THE ELEANOR AND WILFRED RYDER BURSARY (R)
Established in 1999 by Marvin Ryder in honour of Eleanor and Wilfred Ryder. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students from Oxford County or Norfolk County. (90894)

THE HELEN SANSONE BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by bequest of Helen Sansone of Hamilton, Ontario. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90641)

THE SATURN OF HAMILTON EAST BURSARY (U)
Established in 1996 by SATURN of Hamilton East under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Saturn of Hamilton East Achievement Award. (90919)

THE WILLIAM F. SCANDLAN BURSARIES (SS)
Established in the 50th anniversary year of the historical Stelco steel strike of 1946 by William F. Scandlan, valued member of the United Steelworkers of America for 44 years including terms as International Representative (1953) and Area Supervisor (1976 to 1986), Alderman to the City of Hamilton (1964-1976) and Regional Councillor (1973-1976). To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students enrolled in a Labour studies program. (90642)

THE GINO AND ROBERTA SCAPILLATI BURSARY (B, SS)
Established in 2004 by Gino Scapillati (Class of ‘81) and Roberta Scapillati (Class of ‘79) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Business or Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrates financial need. (91005)

THE PHILIP SCHEIDING BURSARY (H)
Established in 2008 by Philip Scheiding (Class of ‘71). To be granted to students in the Faculty of Humanities enrolled in a program in History who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to a student from the Hamilton area. (91094)

THE ERIC SCHLICHTING MEMORIAL BURSARY (S)
Established in 1966 by his family, classmates and friends. To assist a student in a program in the Faculty of Science who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student enrolled in Earth Sciences. (90539)

THE SCHOOL OF NURSING BURSARY (HS)
Established in 2004 by the School of Nursing through the generosity of its alumni and friends under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student in the School of Nursing who demonstrates financial need. (91003)

THE SCIENCE ALUMNI BURSARY (S)
Established in 2004 by the Faculty of Science through the generosity of its alumni and friends under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student in the Faculty of Science who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a student who has attained a minimum Grade Point Average of 7.0 at the most recent review. (90984)

THE SCOTIAMCLEOD BURSARIES (B)
Established in 1997 by ScotiaMcLeod in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students enrolled in the Faculty of Business. (90802)

THE DR. JOHN S. SCOTT (CLASS OF ‘53) MEMORIAL BURSARY (S)
Established in 2015 by Mrs. Barbara Scott (Class of ‘53) and family, in memory of Dr. John S. Scott (Class of ‘53) of Ottawa. To be awarded to students studying in the Faculty of Science, who demonstrate financial need. (91218)

THE ROBERT H. AND LILLIAN SCULLION BURSARY (U, CS)
Established in 2016 in memory of Robert Hugh (Class of ‘51) and Lillian Scullion by Roy and Anne Mason. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a student active in community service.

THE TERRY SEAWRIGHT BURSARY (B)
Established in 1996 by Terry Seawright, Lecturer in the Faculty of Business. To be granted to a student in the Commerce Program who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to the student who has completed COMMERCE 2MA3  and attained a grade of at least B. (90643)

THE MYKOLA SEMENIUK BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1991 by bequest of Mykola Semeniuk to assist students who demonstrate financial need and augmented in 1996 in conjunction with the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. (90551)

THE LOUIS SR. AND ROSITA SERAFINI BURSARY (U)
Established in 2004 by Louis Jr. and Lori Ann Serafini, graduates of McMaster University, in honour of Louis Sr. and Rosita Serafini under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (91024)

THE LEO W. SETO BURSARY (U)
Established in 2003 by Leo W. Seto, B.Eng.Mgt. (Class of ‘87) and M.Eng. (Class of ‘90) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrates financial need. (90998)

THE ROSA MAUDE SHEARDOWN BURSARY (R, U)
Established in 1997 by Gordon R. Baker, Q. C. in honour of his foster mother, Rosa Maude Sheardown, and her belief in the importance of education and providing a helping hand to others. To be granted to students in any Faculty who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students from single-parent families, foster or group homes, disadvantaged backgrounds or King Township. (90967)

THE LESLIE W. AND ELIZABETH SHEMILT BURSARY (E)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in an Engineering program. (90663)

THE SHOUKRI ENGINEERING AND SOCIETY BURSARY
Established by Dr. Mamdouh Shoukri, M.Eng. (Class of ‘74), Ph.D. (Class of ‘77), alumnus and former Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at McMaster University. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Mechanical Engineering and Society Program who demonstrate financial need. (91194)

THE ETTIE AND ISRAEL SHRAGIE BUSARY (B)
Established in 2009 by Mark Lighter and Maureen Shragie, in honour of Ettie and Israel Shragie. To be granted to students in The DeGroote School of Business who have achieved a minimum Grade Point Average of 7.0 and demonstrate financial need. (91107)

THE GERALD AND VERNA SIMPSON BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. Preference will be given, if financial need is demonstrated, to the recipient of The Gerald and Verna Simpson Scholarship. (90886)

THE MEENA AND NARESH SINHA BURSARY (U)
Established in 1996 by Meena and Narish Sinha under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of the Meena and Narish Sinha Award. (90921)

THE ALBERT EDWARD SMITH AND JEAN MCTAVISH SMITH BURSARY (U)
Established in 1998 by Mrs. Jean McTavish Smith (Class of ‘31), in memory of Albert Edward Smith (Class of ‘29) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90836)

THE SAM SMURLICK BURSARY (U)
Established in 1978 by the Smurlick family in memory of Sam Smurlick (Class of ‘35). To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90541)

THE SMYRNIW BURSARY (H)
Established in 1996 by Dr. and Mrs. W. Smyrniw. To be granted to students who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents who demonstrate financial need and are in good academic standing in any undergraduate program of the Faculty of Humanities above Level I. (90661)

THE ALBERT SNOW HAIR DESIGN BURSARY (U)
Established in 2009 by McMaster Student Outreach Collaborative (Mac SOC), an interdisciplinary group of volunteer students, staff and Faculty, along with Mr. Albert Snow, owner of Albert Snow Hair Design. To be granted to students who demonstrate financial need. (91110)

THE JANICE THOMSON SOBOT MEMORIAL BURSARY (E)
Established in 2007 by June Thomson in memory of her daughter Janice, B.Eng.Mgt. (Class of ‘85). To be granted to a student enrolled in Level III or IV of the Engineering and Management program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a Civil Engineering and Management student who demonstrates a commitment to community involvement. (91075)

THE SOCIAL SCIENCES BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2004 by the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences through the generosity of its alumni and friends under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrate financial need. (91009)

THE SOCIAL SCIENCES SOCIETY BURSARIES (SS)
Established in 1990 by the Social Sciences Society Executive in recognition of the outstanding efforts of Dr. Peter George in establishing the Social Sciences Society. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to full-time students enrolled in a Social Sciences program involving Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Gerontology, Labour Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Social Work or Sociology and who demonstrate financial need. (90542)

THE LORNA AND DAVID SOMERS BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Lorna Somers (Class of ‘81) and David Somers (Class of ‘88) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Lorna and David Somers Award. (90922)

THE SOMERVILLE BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. Preference will be given, if financial need is demonstrated, to a recipient of The Somerville Scholarships. (90881)

THE GEORGE SORGER BURSARY IN BIOLOGY (CS, S)
Established by the friends of Dr. George Sorger. To be granted to a student in Level IV of a Biology program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to students who have attained a Grade Point Average of at least 9.0 at the most recent review and who are also involved in community service. (91029)

THE SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF HAMILTON - BURLINGTON MIDWIFERY BURSARY (HS)
Established in 2015 by S.I. of Hamilton-Burlington who are committed to improving the lives of women and girls in our community and around the world. To be granted to students in the Midwifery program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to a female student.

THE DENNIS SOUDER BURSARY (U)
Established in 2009 by Dennis Souder, B.A. (Class of ‘70). To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student from Cambridge, ON. (91123)

THE SOUDER FAMILY BURSARY (U)
Established in 2013 by the Souder Family. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student from Cambridge, ON. (91169)

THE SPALLACCI GROUP BURSARY (H)
Established in 2009 by The Spallacci Group. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Department of Linguistics and Languages who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be granted to a student specializing in Italian studies. (91126)

THE SALVATORE SPITALE MEMORIAL BURSARY (H)
Established in 1984 and augmented in 1997 by the Spitale family in conjunction with the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student in the Department of Linguistics and Languages, Level II or above, who demonstrates financial need and has completed a minimum of nine units of Italian courses. Preference to be given to a student who has demonstrated active involvement in community life. (90703)

THE BILL STANKOVIC BURSARIES (U)
Established in 2012 by Dr. Bill Stankovic (Class of ‘67). To be granted to full-time students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who have shown leadership and participation in McMaster student life. (91155)

THE LILLIAN AND HERMAN STEEVES BURSARY IN HUMANITIES (H)
Established in 2007 by Glen Steeves, B.A. (Class of ‘80) and Lorne Steeves in honour of their mother and father. To be granted to students in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated leadership in their school and community. (91104)

THE LILLIAN R. STEGNE MEMORIAL BURSARIES (D)
Established in 1990 in memory of Lillian Rose Stegne (Class of ‘62) by family, friends and colleagues. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who are registered with SAS and who demonstrate financial need. (90543)

THE FRANK STERN/STERN LABORATORIES BURSARY (E)
Established in 2005 in memory of Frank Stern, Chairman and CEO of Stern Laboratories Inc.. To be granted to students enrolled in a program in Mechanical Engineering who demonstrate financial need. (91054)

THE ADAM SUDAR PRINTMAKING BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 in memory of Adam Sudar by his friends under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Adam Sudar Printmaking Award. (90923)

THE SWYTCH DELIVERY SOLUTIONS INC. BURSARY (U)
Established in 2006 by Swytch Delivery Solutions Inc. in support of students attending McMaster University. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91082)

THE THOMAS H.B. SYMONS BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1997 by Professor Thomas H.B. Symons under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences with a minimum Grade Point Average of 8.0 at the most recent review who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students studying Canadian Politics. (90882)

THE TARBUTT CONSTRUCTION LTD. BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Tarbutt Construction Ltd. under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90732)

THE EDWIN A. TAYLOR BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2005 by Edwin A. Taylor, B.A. (Class of ‘54) and M.B.A. (Class of ‘63). To be granted to a student in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrates financial need. (91046)

THE TD BANK FINANCIAL GROUP BURSARIES (E, S, SS)
Established in 1999 by the TD Bank Financial Group in support of its commitment to helping students succeed in their post-secondary studies. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students enrolled in the Earth and Environmental Sciences, the Honours Geography and Environmental Studies or an Engineering and Society Program. (90939)

THE RUBY TEDDER BURSARY (U)
Established in 2006 by the bequest of Ruby Tedder as a memorial to Victor Tedder, Lilian Ruby Tedder, Thomas Tedder and Robert Tedder. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91067)

THE HERMAN TEN CATE MEMORIAL BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2002 in memory of Herman ten Cate by his family, in support of his belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Social Sciences who demonstrates financial need. (90975)

THE DONALD W. THOMAS BURSARIES (H)
Established in 1996 by Donald W. Thomas of Dundas, Ontario. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. (90645)

THE DONALD WILLIAM THOMAS MEMORIAL BURSARY (H)
Established in 2005 by Jack Craig in memory of Donald William Thomas, B.A. (Class of ‘70). To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students enrolled in a program in the School of the Arts. (91050)

THE BRENT & DIANE THOMSON BURSARY (U)
Established in 2012 by Brent Thomson, B.Com. (Class of ‘74) and his wife Diane, to help those who wish to further their education. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. (91153)

THE STEPHEN F.H. THRELKELD BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by friends and colleagues of Stephen F.H. Threlkeld under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Stephen F.H. Threlkeld Award. (90924)

THE MARJORIE (COCHRANE) TICE BURSARY (U)
Established in 2006 by Peggy, B.A. (Class of ‘75 and ‘95) and Bob, M.B.A. (Class of ‘81) Savage to honour the memory of Marjorie (Cochrane) Tice. To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91064)

THE GUY TIRIMACCO MEMORIAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 2007 by Terri, Sarah and Jessica in memory of Guy, B.A. (Class of ‘81), a loving husband and father, a great role model, mentor, teacher, coach, musician and avid golfer. To be granted to students enrolled in any Faculty who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students from Hamilton. (91084)

THE TKK INC. BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by TKK Inc. under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The TKK Inc. Awards. (90925)

THE GRAHAM RONALD TOOP BURSARY (H)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. Preference will be given, if financial need is demonstrated, to the recipient of The Graham Ronald Toop Scholarship. (90883)

THE BROOKE P. TOWNSEND BURSARY (S)
Established in 1996 by Brooke P. Townsend. To be granted to a student in any program who has demonstrated financial need. Preference to be given to a female student enrolled in the Faculty of Science. (90670)

THE TOWNSHIPS OF NORTH DUMFRIES AND WOOLWICH IN WATERLOO REGION AND TOWNSHIP OF CENTRE WELLINGTON AND CITY OF GUELPH IN WELLINGTON COUNTY BURSARY (R)
Established in 2005 under the Ontario Trust for Student Support program to ensure that all students have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students in any Faculty who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students residing in the Townships of North Dumfries and Woolwich in Waterloo Region and Township Centre Wellington and City of Guelph in Wellington County. (91037)

THE TRAVELLERS GUARANTEE COMPANY OF CANADA BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by London Guarantee Insurance in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted annually to McMaster students who demonstrate financial need. (90757)

THE TRILLIUM NON PROFIT VENTURES FOR YOUTH BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2004 by Trillium Non Profit Ventures for Youth. To be granted to students who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students enrolled in the School of Social Work. (91014)

THE ROBERTA GRAY TROXEL BURSARY (H)
Established in 1997 by Roberta Gray Troxel under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a female undergraduate student enrolled in a History program. (90735)

THE TRESSILA TRUBY MEMORIAL BURSARY (H)
Established in 1992 from the bequest of Tressila Truby (M.C.S.P.) and Past-President of the Zonta Club of Hamilton II. To be granted to a female student who has completed Level II of a program in Music. (90556)

THE RAY AND JOYCE TRULL BURSARY (U)
Established in 1998 by Roger and Janet Trull and their children in honour of Ray and Joyce Trull. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90837)

THE ROGER TRULL BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by friends and colleagues under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Roger Trull Award. (90926)

THE THOMAS TRUMAN BURSARY (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 granted to students enrolled in a Honours program in Political Science who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Thomas Truman Memorial Prize. (90887)

THE GEORGE ELIAS TUCKETT BURSARIES (U)
Established in 2005 in memory of George Elias Tuckett, a prominent Hamilton businessman and community leader who founded the oldest tobacco manufacturing company in Canada - a company that has been part of Imperial Tobacco since 1930. To be granted to students in any Faculty who demonstrate financial need. (91047)

THE TURKSTRA LUMBER BURSARY (E)
Established in 1996 by the Turkstra Lumber Company Limited. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in an Engineering and Society program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who attain a Fall-Winter average of at least 7.0 at the most recent review. (90647)

THE EDITH H. TURNER FOUNDATION BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by The Edith H. Turner Foundation in support of students pursuing their post-secondary studies at McMaster. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90648)

THE TURNER FAMILY BURSARY (S)
Established in 2005 by Mary Turner, B.Sc. (Class of ‘74) and Graham Turner, Ph.D. (Class of ‘76) in memory of Dr. Colin J.L. Lock, Professor of Chemistry and Pathology. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Science who demonstrate financial need. (91058)

THE TYNOWSKI BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. Preference will be given, if financial need is demonstrated, to the recipient of The Tynowski Scholarship. (90953)

THE UBS GLOBAL ASSETS MANAGEMENT (CANADA) COMPANY BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by the UBS Global Assets Management (Canada) Company under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The UBS Global Assets Management (Canada) Company Award. (90898)

THE MOSSADIQ AND YASMIN UMEDALY BURSARIES (B)
Established in 1999 by Mossadiq, M.B.A. (Class of ‘74) and Yasmin Umedaly under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in Business I or first year of the M.B.A. program who demonstrate financial need. (90868)

THE UNITED STEELWORKERS OF AMERICA BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1997 by the United Steelworkers of America. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students enrolled in a program in Labour Studies. (91042)

THE U.S. STEEL CANADA GROUP OF BUSINESSES BURSARY FUND (B, E, S)
Established in 1996 by Stelco- a market-driven, technologically advanced group of businesses committed to maintaining leadership roles as steel producers and fabricators-in support of students who, without financial aid, would be unable to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to students who demonstrate financial need and are enrolled in the Faculties of Business, Engineering or Science. Preference will be given to students who are enrolled in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. (90644)

THE VALLEY CITY BURSARY (U)
Established in 1996 by Valley City in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90662)

THE JOHN AND JOAN VAN DUZER BURSARY (H)
Established in 2003 by John (Class of ‘50) and Joan Van Duzer under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrates financial need. (90993)

THE CATHERINE VASAS-BROWN BURSARIES (H)
Established in 1996 by J. Allan Brown in honour of Catherine Vasas-Brown. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. (90649)

THE FILOMENA AND FERDINANDO VISOCCHI BURSARY (U)
Established in 2003 by their children and family in honour of Filomena and Ferdinando Visocchi under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90997)

THE SYLVIA AND BRIAN WALKER BURSARIES (H, HS)
Established in 1996 by Sylvia (Hunt) and Brian Walker. To be granted to a student enrolled in Humanities I or Nursing I who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to students who have demonstrated leadership and involvement in university and community activities. (90650)

THE WALLER FAMILY BURSARY
Established in 2014 by the Waller Family in memory of Thomas Edward and Norma Waller. To be awarded to students in a Biology program who demonstrate financial need.

THE WALLINGFORD HALL BURSARIES (U)
Established through anonymous donations to assist students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90548)

THE G.S. WARK LTD. BURSARY (U)
Established in 1996 by G.S. Wark Ltd. General Contractors, in support of its belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be awarded to a student in any program who demonstrates financial need. (90589)

THE SAM WATSON MEMORIAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 1996 by his wife Irene M. Watson and friends of Samuel Watson under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Sam Watson Memorial Award. (90928)

THE SAM AND IRENE WATSON BURSARY FUND (AS, B, E, H, S SS)
Established in 1998 by the estate of Irene Mary Watson. To be granted to students who demonstrate financial need and who have completed their second year with a Grade Point Average of at least 8.0 in the Arts and Science Program or any of the Faculties of Business, Engineering, Humanities, Science and Social Sciences.
Value: $2,000 (90840)

THE AUDREY AND BOB WAUGH BURSARY (HS)
Established in 1997 by Audrey and Bob Waugh under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Faculty of Health Sciences who demonstrates financial need. Preference to be given to a student involved in Gerontological research. (90796)

THE ROSS FAWCETT WEBB BURSARY FUND (U)
Established in 1983 by the Hamilton Community Foundation in memory of Ross Fawcett Webb. To be granted in the second term of study (any level) to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in any program at McMaster. Applicants must be Canadian Citizens or hold permanent resident status in Canada (90971).

THE CLIFFORD JOHNSTON WEBSTER MEMORIAL BURSARIES (H)
Established in 1993 by Viola Webster in memory of her brother Clifford Johnston Webster (Class of ‘41). To assist students who demonstrate financial need enrolled in the Honours English program who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents and who have graduated from a public secondary school in Ontario. Applicants should have a record of academic performance that has normally been at the upper second-class level or higher. If sufficient applicants are not eligible in the Honours English program, the bursaries are available, under similar conditions, to students in the Honours French program. (90559)

THE ARTHUR AND MARGARET WEISZ BURSARY (U)
Established in 2004 by Arthur Weisz (LL.D. 2004) and Margaret Weisz under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91008)

THE DR. JANET WEISZ BURSARY (HS)
Established in 2004 by Dr. Janet Weisz, under the McMaster Student Opportunity Trust Fund II initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Health Sciences who demonstrate financial need. (91012)

THE LLOYD WERDEN MEMORIAL BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1996 by bequest of Lloyd Werden of Bonavista in the Township of Louth in the County of Lincoln, former Physician. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. (90651)

THE WESCAST INDUSTRIES BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Wescast Industries Inc. under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Wescast Industries Continuous Learning Award. (90929)

THE WESTINGHOUSE CANADA INC. BURSARIES (B, E)
Established in 1996 by Westinghouse Canada Inc. in support of students who, without financial support, would be unable to pursue their educational goals. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students in a program in the Faculty of Business and the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrate financial need. (90652)

THE WHITLEY FAMILY BURSARY (B)
Established in 2016 by the Whitley Family. To be granted to a student in the Bachelor of Commerce program who demonstrates financial need.

THE HELEN AND JACK WIDNER BURSARY (B)
Established in 2016 by Marvin Ryder (Class of ‘84), in honour of Helen and Jack Widner. To be granted to a student enrolled in Level 3 in the Faculty of Business who demonstrates financial need. (91206)

THE ALLAN AND JOY WILLIAMS BURSARY (U)
Established in 1996 by Mary Williams (Class of ‘87), Anne Williams (Class of ‘89) and Ellen and Dan Walker under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Allan and Joy Williams Award. (90877)

THE LYNN R. WILLIAMS BURSARY (SS)
Established in 1997 as a tribute to Lynn R. Williams (Class of ‘44), International President of the United Steelworkers of America from 1983-1994, in recognition of his outstanding contributions to labour and labour studies. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in a program in Labour Studies. The value of this bursary shall be no less than $300. (90793)

THE MARJORIE AND BRIGGS WILLIAMS BURSARY (S)
Established in 2009 by The Marjorie and Briggs Williams Foundation Fund. To be granted to students in any program who demonstrate financial need. (91117)

THE MARY DRYDEN WILLIS BURSARY (H)
Established in 1997, in memory of Mary Willis (Class of ‘26), by her daughter, Mary Lou Dingle and son-in-law Allan (both Class of ‘58), under the McMaster Student Opportunity Trust Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in Level II or higher in the Faculty of Humanities who have attained a minimum GPA of 7.0 and who demonstrate financial need. (90869)

THE KATHRYN A. WILSON BURSARIES (H)
Established in 2000 by bequest of Kathryn A. Wilson. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities who demonstrate financial need. (90949)

THE STUART AND PAULA WINN BURSARY (SS)
Established in 2016 by the McMaster University Retirees Association (MURA) following a bequest from the estate of Stuart and Paula Winn. Stuart (Class of ‘72) was the principal founding member of MURA and its first honorary president. To be granted to a student in the Department of Health, Aging, and Society who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to students enrolled in a Gerontology program. (91207)

THE FRIDA AND JOACHIM WOLTER BURSARY (S,SS)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative by Claus Wolter (Class of ‘80) in honour of his parents, Frida and Joachim Wolter. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Kinesiology program who demonstrates financial need. (90790)

THE WRIGHT FAMILY BURSARY (B, S)
Established in 2003 by Thomas C. Wright, M.B.A. (Class of ‘72) under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund II initiative. To be granted to a student in the Faculty of Business or the Faculty of Science who demonstrates financial need. (90999)

THE JOHN YARWOOD MEMORIAL BURSARY (S)
Established in 1998 by family and friends in memory of Dr. A.J. Yarwood. To be granted to a Level II student enrolled in an Honours Chemistry program who demonstrates financial need. (90844)

THE YATES BURSARIES (U)
Established in 1963 by bequest of William Henry Yates of Hamilton. To assist students in any program. (90549)

THE GLADYS A. YOUNG BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. Preference will be given, if financial need is demonstrated, to the recipient of The Gladys A. Young Scholarship. (90878)

THE JAMES MASON YOUNG BURSARY (EX)
Established in 1996 by James Mason Young in honour of his family’s long-standing association with McMaster University. A variable number of bursaries to be granted to students enrolled in the Faculty of Business who demonstrate financial need. Preference to be given to students participating in a formal McMaster Exchange Program. (90779)

THE JENNIFER YOUNG MEMORIAL BURSARY (AS)
Established in 2015 by family, peers and community in honour of Jennifer Young, (Class of ‘07 & ‘09). Jennifer was passionate about fitness and wellness, she excelled in math and science and her professional interests were in population modelling and policy planning for the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. To be awarded to a student who is enrolled in an Arts and Science program and demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to female students who demonstrate keen interest in math. (91219)

THE SHEILA ZACK MEMORIAL BURSARY (H)
The Sheila Zack Memorial bursary established by the 45th Annual Bnai Brith Sports Celebrity Dinner, to be awarded to a student with financial need enrolled in a program in Theatre & Film Studies at McMaster University. (90764)

THE ZENON ENVIRONMENTAL BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Zenon Environmental Inc. under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Zenon Environmental Award. (90931)

THE ZONTA CLUB OF HAMILTON I BURSARIES (B, E, SS)
Established in 1997 by the Zonta Club of Hamilton I in support of the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative and in the belief that all students, particularly women in nontraditional fields, should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering, or in Business or is enrolled in a course in Indigenous Studies. Preference to be given to female students. (90550)

THE ZOOM MEDIA INC. BURSARY (U)
Established in 1997 by Zoom Media Inc. in support of McMaster students under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative. To be granted to students enrolled in any program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to the recipient of The Zoom Media Award. (90932)

Bursaries for the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine

THE DR. ELIZABETH BAGSHAW BURSARY
Established in 1977 by Dr. Elizabeth Bagshaw. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to female students. (71079)

THE IVANA BALDELLI BURSARY
Established in 2015 by Ivana Baldelli, B.A. (Class of ‘70).  To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student participating in medical research, attending the Niagara Regional Campus. Students must submit a separate letter outlining their research.

THE DR. A.P. BOLT MEMORIAL BURSARY
Established in 1978 by Mrs. Elizabeth Bolt in honour of her late husband, Dr. A.P. Bolt. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. (71078)

THE JOANNE BOMBEN BURSARY
Established in 2008 by Frank Bomben and his children Kayley and Jeffrey, in recognition and memory of a loving wife and mother, Joanne (nee Butters). To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine in good academic standing who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students with an interest in pediatrics. Applicants must submit a separate letter indicating the details of their interest in pediatrics; for example, by taking an approved elective or an educational or research project in the field of pediatrics. (71048)

THE DR. KEYNA BRACKEN BURSARY
Established in 2015 by Dr. Keyna Bracken to provide financial assistance to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to a student with an interest in primary care in women’s and children’s health.

THE J.W. HARRY BUTCHER BURSARY
Established in 1991 in memory of Joseph William Henry Butcher, commonly known as Harry Butcher, who died at the age of 79 after a long battle with cancer. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine. One (or more) bursaries of approximately one year’s tuition to assist a medical student who is a permanent resident of Canada and in need of financial assistance. (71009)

THE CANADIAN MEDICAL FOUNDATION (CMF) BURSARY
Established in 2015 by the Canadian Medical Foundation.  To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need.  Preference will be given to Aboriginal students.

THE DR. LEO CELLINI BURSARY
Established in 2004 in honour of the memory of Dr. Leo Cellini by his classmates, M.D. Class of 1984, at their Class Reunion. To be granted to a third year student in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who aspires to work with less fortunate patients in the inner-city. Awarded to a medical student in financial need. Must be a resident of Ontario for at least one year. (71019)

THE PATRICK SHING LUNG CHEUNG AND IVY HEONG NGAN CHAN AWARD
Established in 2011 by Dr. Francesca Ting Yan Cheung, M.D. (Class of ‘06) CCFP, to honour her parents, Mr. Patrick Shing Lung Cheung and Mrs. Ivy Heong Ngan Chan. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine with an interest in Family Medicine who are in good academic standing and demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who are newcomers to Canada. Applicants must submit a separate letter indicating the details of their interest in Family Medicine and their immigrant status. (71061)

THE CHOLOWSKY FAMILY MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS BURSARY
Established in 2002 by Mrs. Tania Cholowsky. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who are in good academic standing and are completing an approved elective, educational or research project in the field of Multiple Sclerosis or the broader area of Neurology. (71010)

THE CIBC MEDICAL BURSARIES IN BREAST CANCER
Established in 2004 by CIBC in support of CIBC’s belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted first to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need and are completing an approved elective, educational or research project in the field of breast cancer and, alternatively, to students who are completing an approved elective, educational or research project in the field of women’s health, obstetrics, gynecology or medical oncology. (71024)

THE DR. MARK COHEN PRIZE IN OPHTHALMOLOGY
Established in 2010 by Dr. Mark Cohen. To be awarded to an undergraduate medical student in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who has been accepted into an ophthalmology residency program in Canada and demonstrates academic excellence. (71053)

THE COMMUNITY LEADERS FOUNDATION BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the Community Leaders Foundation. To be awarded to students enrolled at the Niagara Regional Campus of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. (71105)

THE MICHAEL G. DEGROOTE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE BURSARY
Established in 2005. To be granted to an undergraduate student in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71021)

THE DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY & BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES BURSARY
Established in 2004.  This bursary is available to Medical students with financial need who have resided in Ontario for one year prior to receiving the bursary. The award will recognize the student’s capacity to contribute to the study of cancer through their learning.

THE DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE BURSARY
Established in 2004.  The bursary is available to Medical students with financial need who have resided in Ontario for one year prior to receiving the bursary. The award will recognize the student’s excellence in academic endeavour and capacity to contribute to the field of medicine through their learning.

THE SAVITRI DEVI BURSARY
Established in 2013 by Dr. Indra Rastogi in honour of her mother Savitri Devi. To be granted to female students in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need and maintain a good academic standing. (71074)

THE RON AND GINA FRASER HEALTH SCIENCES BURSARY
Established in 2005 by The Ronald K. Fraser Foundation and Gina E. Fraser with a mandate to provide university tuition funding for students in the highest financial need who enter full-time study in the Bachelor of Health Sciences Program in the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University. The amount of the bursary is equivalent to one year of tuition and would be available for each of the four years in the Bachelor of Health Sciences Program on the condition of both continued good academic standing and financial need. If the bursary recipient decides to pursue a career in medicine and is accepted into the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, the tuition bursary would be available for each of the three years in medical school or if the bursary recipient decides to pursue a career in biomedical engineering and is accepted into the Graduate Program in Biomedical Engineering, the tuition bursary would be available for each of the five years in biomedical engineering at McMaster University. (71016)

THE GENERAL MEDICAL BURSARY
Established in 1970 by the School of Medicine and its associated faculty members and physicians. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. (71081)

THE FRIEDMAN-GROSSMAN BURSARY
Established in 2012 by Dr. Yael Friedman and Paul Grossman, in honour of Musia Friedman and in loving memory of Jasza Friedman, Pola and Zysia Zylber, Ann and Harold Linton, and Irvine and Hannah Grossman. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. (71063)

THE DANIEL GIANNINI BURSARY
Established in 1998 by Mr. Daniel Giannini. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine to provide financial assistance with tuition fees in order to further education in the medical field. A student who receives the award in the first year would be eligible to continue to receive the award for their second and third years of study, providing they maintain a good academic standing. Student must be a graduate from a publicly-funded secondary school in the Hamilton or Burlington area and participate in community activities in the Hamilton or Burlington area. (71012)

THE DR. JOHN GRANTON MEDICAL BURSARY
Established in 2009 by Dr. John Granton, M.D. (Class of ‘87) to provide financial support for medical students who wish to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71049)

THE SAYRA AND ABDUL HAI BURSARY FOR INSPIRING CHANGE
Established in 2013 by Sayma Hai to honour her parents who instilled in her the importance of education and giving back to one’s community. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need and maintains good academic standing. To be granted to students who have demonstrated an interest in pursuing a career in Cardiology or Internal Medicine. Applicants must submit a separate letter indicating the details of their interest in Cardiology or Internal Medicine. (71075)

THE ALFRED THEODORE HAINES AND MIRIAM FORSTER HAINES BURSARY
Established in 2014 through the bequest of Alfreda Haines (Class of ‘35). To be granted to students in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine at McMaster University who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to a student who demonstrates interest in homeopathic medicine. (71104)

THE DR. GAIL HENNING MEMORIAL BURSARY
Established in 2000 by William J. Henning in loving memory of his daughter, Dr. Gail Patricia Henning, who worked on the staff of McMaster Medical Centre and in private practice as a psychiatrist from 1978 until her death in 1990. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine in financial need who choose to complete electives in Psychiatry with the intention to pursue a career in psychoanalysis. (71013)

THE FERRARA KENNEDY BURSARY
Established in 2007 by Mario Ferrara, B.Com. (Class of ‘70), M.B.A. (Class of ‘74) and Annabel Kennedy. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a student attending the Niagara campus. (71030)

THE SAU-MI LEE MEMORIAL BURSARY
Established in 2005 by Dr. Carl Lee (M.D. Class of ‘99) in memory of his mother Fau-Mi Lee. To be granted to a medical student in good standing who is enrolled in the second or third year of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, is planning to continue training in Family Medicine, and has demonstrated participation in extracurricular activities. (71029)

THE DR. VICTORIA LEE BURSARY
Established in 2005 by Victoria Lee (M.D. Class of 1982), FRCPC. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need and are completing an approved elective, educational or research project in the field of psychiatry or geriatric medicine. Preference will be given to students completing an approved elective, educational or research project in geriatric psychiatry. (71032)

THE DR. VICTORIA LEE BURSARY FOR INDIGENOUS MD STUDENTS
Established in 2016 by Victoria Lee (Class of ‘82) in support of her belief that all students should have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to indigenous students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. Note: Students may be asked to provide proof of indigenous ancestry.

THE DR. LEONARD E. LEVINE BURSARY
Established in 2006 by the Estate of Dr. Leonard E. Levine, retired McMaster University Professor. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students showing interest in Lymphoma or Leukemia research or participating in a related elective. (71027)

THE LEW-KING LI AND YUN-FANG LI AWARD
Established in 2012 by Dr. Shao-Jin Gene Li to honour his parents, Lew-King Li, and Yun-Fang Li. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need and maintains good academic standing. Preference will be given to students who are new to Canada within the last five years. Applicants must declare their immigrant status. (71065)

THE MAGENHEIM FAMILY MEDICAL EDUCATION TRAVEL BURSARY
Established in 2006 by Dr. Mark J. Magenheim, M.D. (Class of 1974), in honour of his parents Milton David and Dolores Ella Magenheim. To be granted to an undergraduate medical student taking an international elective in Public Health and/or Preventative Medicine outside Canada who demonstrates financial need. Electives in the US are acceptable provided they focus primarily on addressing needs in an underserved rural urban area with documented disproportionately high public health problems and low resources. Students must submit an application, separate cover letter outlining how the elective meets these criteria and a letter of acceptance from the proposed supervisor. Upon completion of the elective, the successful candidate will work with the Program Administrator of the Undergraduate Medical Program to identify an appropriate venue to share his/her experience in a public forum with others. Recipients of the bursary are required to prepare a report of their elective experience which the Administrator of the Undergraduate Medical Program will forward to the founder of the award. The report can be brief (2-5 pages) and should indicate where the elective time was spent, with whom, knowledge acquired from the experience, overview of activities conducted, assessment of health issues observed and/or addressed, evaluative analysis and overview of goals attained or not, and recommendations plus lessons learned to assist other McMaster M.D. Students. Must be a resident of Ontario for at least one year. (71033)

THE DR. CHERYL AND KYLE MARSHALL BURSARY
Established in 2010 by Dr. C.P. Marshall, MBBS (UWI), FRCP (C). To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine at McMaster University who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to a sole support parent. (71051)

THE DR. BARBARA MCAULEY MEMORIAL BURSARY
Established in 2012 by the family, friends and colleagues of Dr. Barbara McAuley, a respected physician from the Niagara region. To be granted to a student enrolled at the Niagara Regional Campus of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to students who are mothers and/or students with a nursing background. (71064)

THE DRS. ANDREW AND ANNETTE MCCALLUM MEDICAL BURSARY
Established in 2016 by Dr. Andrew McCallum (Class of ‘80, MD), and Dr. Annette McCallum (Class of ‘91, MD) to provide financial support for medical students who wish to pursue their educational goals. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine at McMaster University who demonstrates financial need.

THE EVELYN MCGLOIN SCHOLARSHIP
Established in 2014 by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who have completed at least their first year of medical school. The award will provide valuable research training and experience over the summer (June through August) under the supervision and tutelage of established scientific investigators. (71109)

THE McMASTER UNIVERSITY M.D. PROGRAM BURSARY
Established in 2007. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71001)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1972 BURSARY
Established in 2012 by the M.D. Class of 1972 to commemorate their 40th anniversary. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71068)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1973 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 1973. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71098)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1974 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 1974. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71082)

THE M.D. CLASS OF 1975 BURSARY
Established in 2005 by the M.D. Class of 1975 in honour of their 30th reunion. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. Student must be a resident of Ontario for at least one year. (71035)

THE M.D. CLASS OF 1976 BURSARY
Established in 2006 by the M.D. Class of 1976 in honour of their 30th reunion. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. Student must be a resident of Ontario for at least one year. (71036)

THE M.D. CLASS OF 1977 BURSARY
Established in 2007 by the M.D. Class of 1977 in honour of their 30th reunion. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. Student must be a resident of Ontario for at least one year. (71037)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1978 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 1978. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71099)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1979 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 1979. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71083)

THE M.D. CLASS OF 1980 GYAN AHUJA BURSARY
Established in 2005 by the M.D. Class of 1980 in honour of their 25th reunion and in memory of their classmate Gyan Ahuja. To be granted to students enrolled in the M.D. Undergraduate Program who demonstrate financial need and who, in the judgment of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, demonstrate a lively interest in humanitarian contributions to society and issues affecting third world developing countries. (71025)

THE M.D. CLASS OF 1981 BURSARY
Established in 2006 by the M.D. Class of 1981 in honour of their 25th reunion. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. Student must be a resident of Ontario for at least one year. (71038)

THE M.D. CLASS OF 1982 BURSARY
Established in 2007 by the M.D. Class of 1982 in honour of their 25th reunion. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. Must be a resident of Ontario for at least one year. (71039)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1983 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 1983. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71100)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1985 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 1985. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71084)

THE McMASTER UNIVERSITY M.D. CLASS OF 1986 BURSARY
Established by the M.D. Class of 1986 to commemorate their 25th anniversary. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71055)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1987 BURSARY
Established in 2012 by the M.D. Class of 1987 to commemorate their 25th anniversary. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71069)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1988 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 1988. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71101)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1989 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 1989. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71085)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1990 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 1990. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71086)

THE McMASTER UNIVERSITY M.D. CLASS OF 1991 BURSARY
Established by the M.D. Class of 1991 to commemorate their 20th anniversary. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71056)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1992 BURSARY
Established in 2012 by the M.D. Class of 1992 to commemorate their 20th anniversary. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71070)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1994 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 1994. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71087)

THE M.D. CLASS OF 1995 BURSARY
Established in 2007 by the M.D. Class of 1995 in honour of their 10th reunion. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to a mature student. (71040)

THE M.D. CLASS OF 1996 BURSARY
Established in 2006 by the M.D. Class of 1996 in honour of their 10th reunion. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. (71044)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1997 BURSARY
Established in 2012 by the M.D. Class of 1997 to commemorate their 15th anniversary. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71071)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1998 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 1998. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71088)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 1999 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 1999. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71089)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 2000 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 2000. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71090)

THE McMASTER UNIVERSITY M.D. CLASS OF 2001 BURSARY
Established by the M.D. Class of 2001 to commemorate their 10th anniversary. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71057)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 2002 BURSARY
Established in 2012 by the M.D. Class of 2002 to commemorate their 10th anniversary. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71072)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 2003 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 2003. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71102)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 2004 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 2004. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71091)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 2005 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 2005. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71092)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 2006 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 2006. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71093)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 2007 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 2007. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71094)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 2008 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 2008. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71095)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 2009 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 2009. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71096)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 2010 BURSARY
Established in 2013 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 2010. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71097)

THE McMASTER UNIVERSITY M.D. CLASS OF 2011 BURSARY
Established by the M.D. Class of 2011 as a class gift to the M.D. Program. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71058)

THE McMASTER M.D. CLASS OF 2012 BURSARY
Established in 2012 by the McMaster University M.D. Class of 2012. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71066)

THE McMASTER UNIVERSITY M.D. CLASS OF 2013 SHANE DANIELL AND ISKREN KANTCHEV MEMORIAL BURSARY
Established in 2011 by the M.D. Class of 2013 to honour the memory of their classmates, Shane Daniell and Iskren Kantchev. To be granted to students enrolled in the M.D. undergraduate program who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated an interest in Global Health. (71059)

THE MCMASTER MD CLASS OF 2014 BURSARY
Established in 2014 by the McMaster University MD Class of 2014. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71107)

THE MCMASTER MD CLASS OF 2015 BURSARY
Established in 2015 by the McMaster University MD Class of 2015. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need.

THE MCMASTER MD CLASS OF 2016 BURSARY
Established in 2016 by the McMaster University MD Class of 2016. To be awarded to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need.

THE DR. JOHN THOMAS WILLIAM MCWHINNIE BURSARY
Established in 2014 by the estate of Betty Milne McWhinnie. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need and show an interest in human sexuality through study and/or research. (71106)

THE MEDICAL STUDENT OPPORTUNITY TRUST BURSARY
Established in 2001 from a variety of financial contributions which were donated to help medical students. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine in financial need. (71020)

THE FRANK C. MILLER JR. BURSARY
Established in 2011 by the Hamilton Community Foundation. To be granted annually to provide financial assistance to cover up to fifty percent of tuition and up to fifty percent of compulsory fees to up to four undergraduate medical students in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need, a desire to learn, and a willingness to participate in the Hamilton community. Preference will be given to entry level students. (71067)

THE ORVILLE J. MIREHOUSE MEMORIAL BURSARY
Established in 2007 by family and friends in memory of Dr. Orville J. Mirehouse, M.D., a pioneering plastic surgeon and mentor. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71041)

THE ADRACHES (ARCHIE) YIAN MOUGHALIAN MEMORIAL BURSARY
Established in 1998 from the estate of Mr. Adraches (Archie) Yian Moughalian. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine to provide financial assistance to further their education in the medical field. (71000)

THE DRS. RICHARD AND TAMAR PACKER M.D. BURSARY
Established by Dr. Tamar Packer and Dr. Richard Packer to commemorate their 25th anniversaries as graduates of the McMaster M.D. Program in 2011/2012. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to a student who is a Hamilton resident. (71062)

THE JANET PATERSON MUIR BURSARY
Established in 2009 by the bequest of Janet Paterson Muir. One or more bursaries to be granted to full-time students in the undergraduate medical program of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. (71054)

THE DR. BRYAN PEARSE FAMILY BURSARY
Established in 2013 by Dr. Bryan Pearse, M.D. (Class of ‘75) in memory of his sister Nancy Katherine. To be granted to an undergraduate medical student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71076)

THE RONALD PYE BURSARY
Established in 2000 by Dr. Ronald Pye (Class of 1979). To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine based on good academic standing and financial need. (71004)

THE BENJAMIN, SAMANTHA, THOMAS AND KATE RAGONETTI MEDICAL BURSARY
Established in 1999 by Dr. Chris Ragonetti and family. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need and maintains good academic standing. (71002)

THE RIPLEY BURSARY
Established in 1969 via the estate of Mr. Bruce T. Ripley. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. (71003)

THE RIPLEY BURSARIES
Established in 1998. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71003)

THE SALENA FAMILY BURSARY (HS)
Established in 1997 under the McMaster Student Opportunity Fund initiative by Dr. Bruno Salena (Class of ‘81), full-time faculty member in the Faculty of Health Sciences, and his family. To be granted to a student who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled in the Faculty of Health Sciences, School of Medicine.

THE SCHENKEL MEDICAL ASSISTANCE BURSARY
Established in 2004 to be granted to an undergraduate student in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71017)

THE SHOALTS FAMILY BURSARY
Established in 2016 by Todd and Kerry Shoalts. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Niagara Regional Campus (NRC) of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to individuals (a) from the Niagara region (or another small community, i.e. population < 100,000), and (b) with a demonstrated interest in elder care or family medicine.

THE SCOTIABANK BREAST CANCER SCHOLARSHIP
Established in 1999 by the Bank of Nova Scotia. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine to further their education and training in the area of breast cancer. (71026)

THE SCOTIABANK MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIPS/BURSARIES
Established in 1999 by the Bank of Nova Scotia. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine based on good academic standing and financial need. (71006)

THE SCOTIABANK MEDICAL SCHOLARSHIPS
Established in 2004 by Scotiabank. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine based on good academic standing and financial need. (71042)

THE SCOTIABANK PEDIATRIC MEDICAL BURSARY
Established in 2004 by Scotiabank. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who are residents of Ontario, in good academic standing, demonstrate financial need and who are completing an approved elective, educational or research project in the field of Pediatrics. (71023)

THE ALBERT JOHN SMITH MEDICAL BURSARY
Established in 2015 by the bequest of Albert John Smith.  To be awarded to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need.

THE GERRY AND SYLVIA SMITH BURSARY
Established in 2007 by Gerry Smith, B.Com. (Class of ‘71), M.B.A. (Class of ‘75) and Sylvia Smith because of their belief in the value of education. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to students from Simcoe County. (71045)

THE DR. GARY STEIN BURSARY IN MEDICINE
Established in 2011 by Gary Stein, M.D. (Class of ‘77). To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. (71052)

THE STOBBE BURSARY
Established in 2016 by Karl and Julie Stobbe. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Niagara Regional Campus (NRC) of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. If there are no eligible students from the NRC in a given year, no bursary will be granted and funds will be carried forward to support NRC students in future years.

THE DANIEL AND NATALIE STRUB BURSARY
Established in 1999 by the nieces and nephews of Daniel and Natalie Strub in their honour. To be granted to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine to provide financial assistance to further their education in the medical field. Awarded to medical students in financial need who have completed an academic elective, or have special interest, in stroke recovery, leukemia or blood disorders. (71011)

THE ANDREW TALALLA MEMORIAL BURSARY FUND
Established in 2000 in the memory of Dr. Andrew Talala, a Neurosurgeon at McMaster University. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine to provide financial assistance in the payment of their tuition fees in order to further education in the medical field. Preference will be given to students who are interested in a career in Neurosurgery. (71018)

THE MARY THOMAS BURSARY
Established in 2015 by bequest of Lilian Mary Eleanor Thomas. To be awarded to a female student in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who is a resident of Ontario, and who demonstrates financial need.

THE RUTH TOMLINSON MEMORIAL BURSARIES
Established in 1995 through a bequest of the late Ruth Nourse Tomlinson Wilson. Ruth Tomlinson was a professional artist born in Chicago, USA in 1908. She resided in Canada from 1917 to 1957 and moved to Chelsea, England until her death in 1994. Ruth Tomlinson was proud of her Canadian citizenship and, after attending the opening ceremony of the Medical School at McMaster University, she decided to bequeath a portion of her estate to create bursaries for medical students. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who are in good academic standing and who show evidence that they require financial support to complete their medical education training program. (71005)

THE UCHIDA FUND FOR MD ELECTIVES
Established in 2014 from the estate of Dr. Irene A. Uchida, Professor Emeritus at McMaster, in recognition of her years of service in the Faculty of Health Sciences, and as a contribution to the promotion of good health care by graduates of McMaster University. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who are pursuing electives in underserviced areas of Canada or in developing countries. (71103)

THE WILLIAM A. VANDERBURGH ESTATE BURSARY
Established in 1968 via the estate of Mr. William Andrew Vanderburgh Jr. in honour of his father. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. (71007)

THE WANG MD BURSARY FOR NEWCOMERS
Established in 2015 by the Wang family. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. Preference will be given to students who are new to Canada within the last 5 years.  Applicants must declare their immigrant status.

Value: $3,000 (91210)

THE WENDY WANG BURSARY IN MEDICINE
Established in 2007 by Stanley Yip, B.Sc. (Class of ‘86) in honour of his wife, Wendy Wang. To be granted to a student enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrates financial need. (71043)

THE HENRY AND SYLVIA WONG BURSARY IN MEDICINE
Established in 2004 by Dr. Henry Wong and Mrs. Sylvia Wong. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need. (71028)

THE WALLY ZIMMERMAN CML HEALTHCARE BURSARY
Established in 2009 in honour of Wally Zimmerman by CML Healthcare Inc. To be granted to students enrolled in the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who best exhibit a combination of academic excellence and community service. Applicants must submit a separate letter indicating the details of their community service and financial need. (71046)

Bursaries for The Physician Assistant Education Program

THE BIRCH ISLAND PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT BURSARY
Established in 2014 by R.B. (Biff) and Sue Matthews. To be awarded to students enrolled in the Physician Assistant Education Program of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine who demonstrate financial need.
Value: $1,000