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Scholarships and Bursaries

Scholarships are awarded for academic achievement.

For more information regarding scholarships and bursaries offered at The University of Winnipeg, please refer to the following link: http://www.uwinnipeg.ca/index/services-awards

 

A new scholarship was created in memory of Amy Gilbert. Amy was an environmentally conscientious student who was tragically killed by a car in April 2014. You can learn more about Amy's life in MacLean's. The scholarship will be awarded to an Environmental Science or Geography student who shows a strong dedication and interest in creating positive social or environmental change.

If you wish to donate to the Amy Gilbert Memorial Award please visit https://www.uwinnipeg.ca and click on the link Donate now at the bottom of the page.

Alice Chambers Forest Enhancement Scholarship
This scholarship is presented by Manitoba Hydro in honour of Alice Chambers, in recognition of her life-long commitment to environmental stewardship and education, and for her valued counsel on the Advisory Committee for the Manitoba Hydro Forest Enhancement Program. It will be awarded annually to a student who has completed second year, and is continuing in the Forest Ecology stream of the 4-year B.Sc. Environmental Studies major.

Catherine Sosiak Memorial Scholarship
This award is provided by Evelyn and Leonard Etkin in memory of Catherine Sosiak, ardent environmentalist. The worthy student will be one who has demonstrated devotion to and active participation in environmental issues.

Environmental Studies Scholarship
Established from the estate of Minty Springman, this scholarship will be awarded to the student in the 4-year Environmental Studies major who has the highest standing entering the 4th year.

Johnson Waste Management Scholarship in Environmental Studies
The Johnson Waste Management Ltd. has established this scholarship to encourage people to make a difference in their community and the world at large. It will be awarded to an outstanding student or students majoring in Environmental Studies.

Leo Mol Scholarship
Created in honour of Leo Mol, this scholarship will be awarded to the outstanding student in any year of the Environmental Studies program. It may not be held in conjunction with the Environmental Studies Scholarship.

The Amy Gilbert Memorial Award
This Award has been established by the friends and family of Amy Gilbert and honours her passion for the environment and social justice. Amy had decided to pursue a degree in naturopathy, and it was her dream to see medical doctors and naturopathic doctors working together to help others reach diagnosis and treatment sooner. This Award will be given to a student at The University of Winnipeg in any major within the Faculty of Science, with the intent of pursuing studies in naturopathy. If such a candidate cannot be found, it will be awarded to a Second or Third Year student majoring in Environmental Studies and Sciences, who has completed course work, done research or has an interest in the Environmental Lakes Area.

The Bryce Lawrence Bursary in Environmental Studies
This Bursary has been established in memory of Bryce Lawrence by the Winnipeg Game and Fish Association, an organization that pioneered the concepts and pursuits of wildlife conservation in Manitoba. Mr. Lawrence devoted countless hours over many years to pursuing his personal commitment to the preservation and enhancement of our wildlife heritage. The Bursary will be awarded to a deserving person studying Environmental Studies at The University of Winnipeg.

Mooring-Griffioen Memorial Bursary
Two Bursasries, established by endowment in 1986, will be awarded to full-time students who have demonstrated active participation in environmental issues or who are registered in at least 6 credit hours in the Environmental Studies major in the current academic year. Special consideration for one of these awards will be given to visa students from African counries.

EDC International Business Scholarships
Export Development Canada (EDC) recognizes exceptional college and university business students for their efforts and achievements through this prestigious award. Don't miss out, apply today.

For more information, apply online at edc.ca/scholarships or contact the Canadian Bureau for International Education at EDC-Scholarships-Bourses@cbie.ca

Bursaries are awarded to students who demonstrate financial need.

For more information regarding scholarships and bursaries offered at The University of Winnipeg, please refer to the following link: http://www.uwinnipeg.ca/index/services-awards

Bryce Lawrence Bursary Fund
This bursary has been established in memory of Bryce Lawrence by the Winnipeg Game and Fish Association, an organization that pioneered the concepts and pursuits of wildlife conservation in Manitoba. Mr. Lawrence devoted countless hours over many years to pursuing his personal lifelong commitment to the preservation and enhancement of our wildlife heritage. The bursary will be awarded to a deserving person studying in Environmental Studies at The University of Winnipeg.

MARCC Bursary
Two awards of $500 were established in the fall of 2002 by the Manitoba Association for Resource Recovery Corporation (MARCC). The bursary will be awarded annually to a student pursuing a BSc (4-year) degree in Environmental Studies who is making satisfactory academic progress. Applicants must demonstrate their eligibility on the standard University of Winnipeg bursary application form.

Mooring-Griffioen Memorial Bursary
Two bursaries, established by endowment in 1986, will be awarded to full-time students who have demonstrated active participation in environmental issues or who are registered in at least 6 credit hours in the Environmental Studies major in the current academic year. Special consideration, for one of these awards will be given to visa students from African countries.

Saul and Claribel Simkin Bursary
This bursary was established by Saul (LL.D., 1974) and Claribel Simkin. It will provide for Aboriginal students to pursue a combination of studies and work experience in the pursuit of an undergraduate degree, with the goal of helping northern communities adapt to environmental change. Upon completion of their programs, recipients are expected to spend up to 12 months in northern communities sharing their education, skills, and knowledge. Recipients will be selected on the basis of financial need, demonstrated leadership abilities and demonstrated commitment to their communities.