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Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program

Please note: Some of the following awards are restricted. Please read the detail information to verify your eligibility.

240 award(s) found

Adacel Scholarship

The Adacel Scholarship, created in 2009, is intended to recognize and reward outstanding full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Engineering - Software Engineering program at Concordia University.

Established in 1987, Adacel is a leading developer of interactive speech recognition technology, voice-activated control systems, operational Air Traffic Management software and simulation systems for aircrew, air traffic control, airport vehicle operators, and security training. Adacel's North American operations are headquartered in Orlando, Florida and the company has offices in Montréal Canada, and Melbourne Australia.

Adacel's Air Traffic Management Vice President, Mr. Bill Lang, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Concordia University.

This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Software Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Ada Israel Memorial Scholarship

This award was instituted in 1986 by the family of the late Ada Israel, a student at Concordia University. This scholarship is available to all full-time students who have completed at least twenty-four (24) credits in Philosophy and who have made a contribution to the Concordia University philosophy community.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Philosophy

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are recommended by the Department of Philosophy to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year.

A. Frank Knowles Scholarship in Accountancy

The A. Frank Knowles Scholarship in Accountancy was established through the generosity of Mrs. Audrey Knowles in 2007 in memory of Mr. A. Frank Knowles, ex-President of Power Corporation. This non-renewable scholarship is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled full-time in the John Molson School of Business in the Bachelor of Commerce program, with a Major In Accountancy. The A. Frank Knowles Scholarship in Accountancy is open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Accountancy

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Alain Award in Electroacoustics

This award was established in 1985 in honour of Montreal composer Alain Thibault, and is granted annually to a student who demonstrates commitment and ability in the field of electroacoustics. Open to students registered in an Electroacoustics course in the preceding academic year within the Music Department of the Faculty of Fine Arts. Interested candidates should contact the Chair of the Music Department.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Electroacoustic Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Alberta Marston-Firing and Lars Firing Scholarship

The Alberta Marston-Firing and Lars Firing Scholarship was established in their memory in 2008 by their family. This scholarship is intended to encourage and reward scholastically accomplished full-time and part-time students enrolled in any area of study in the Department of Education. The Alberta Marston-Firing and Lars Firing Scholarship is renewable on the basis of continuing enrollment, and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 3.30.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Education

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Alexandre Quintal Co-Op Student Of The Year Award

The Alexandre Quintal Co-Op Student Of The Year Award was created through the monies donated by various sources to support Co-Op initiatives in memory of the late Alexandre Quintal. The purpose of this award is to recognize and reward the outstanding Work Term performance of an Undergraduate student who is pursuing full-time studies in any one of Concordia University's Institute for Co-Operative Education Undergraduate programs.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended by the Institute for Co-Operative Education to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year.

Alex Lawrie Memorial Scholarship

The Alex Lawrie Memorial Scholarship was established in 2007 by friends, colleagues, and family, in commemoration of the memory and lifetime contributions of Alex Lawrie to the Concordia University community. The purpose of the Alex Lawrie Memorial Scholarship is to support and encourage full-time student athletes pursuing Bachelor's program studies at Concordia University in any field. Candidates will be a current member of the Concordia Rugby or Soccer Team.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding athletic and academic merit by the Department of Athletics.

AMS John Crawford Award

This award was established by the AMS (Administrative Management Society) in 1993 in memory of John Crawford and in honour of past presidents. It is awarded annually to students in the Department of Education, on the basis of academic merit. This award is open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only, and is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Education

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

André Bazin/George Sadoul Film Award

One of several staff and faculty supported awards, this was established in 1979 to honour a student in the Department of Cinema. Awarded annually to deserving students for outstanding work in Film Studies. This award is presented at the year-end screening within the Cinema Department.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are selected by the Cinema Department.

Andrew Elvish Adopt-A-Student Award For Gay And Lesbian Studies

Andrew Elvish Adopt-A-Student Award For Gay And Lesbian Studies was established in 2008. Andrew Elvish holds an MFA in Art History (1997) from Concordia University. This award is intended to encourage leading-edge research in Gay and Lesbian Studies, and when possible, visual representation of Gay and Lesbian subject matter in Fine Arts and popular visual media. This award is restricted to students enrolled in Gay and Lesbian Studies, with preference given to those enrolled in Art History.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Coordinating Committee for the Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies in Sexuality, from qualified applicants

Ann Duncan Travel and Tuition Award At The Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery

The Ann Duncan Travel and Tuition Award At The Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery is intended to help offset the cost of the recipient's full-time tuition and fees, and travel to a significant contemporary international event (as determined by the selection committee) bringing together artists from across the world such as Biennales, Triennales, or Documenta, held in various countries around the world. Art fairs of any kind such as Frieze, Miami, Cologne, Paris, and Basel are excluded from consideration for this award.

The event must occur and the candidate's travel must be completed within the twelve month period immediately following their selection. The Ann Duncan Travel and Tuition Award At The Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery is open to second year Undergraduate students in Art History and Studio Arts, and shall alternate from year to year between these two areas.

For 2010-2011 the award is restricted to Art History candidates - the competition is is now underway, and submissions are being accepted until December 1 2010 at 5:00 p.m.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Studio Arts, Art History

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are selected following a competition administered by the Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery. When the next competition is held an announcement will be posted on the Financial Aid and Awards Office website.

Anne M. Galler Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in February 2000 by Mr. Mark Galler in the memory of his wife, Mrs. Anne M. Galler. This scholarship is available to all full- or part-time students in the Department of Education who have completed a minimum of 30 credits in the Child Studies Program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Education

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Ann Kerby Scholarship for Students With Disabilities

The Ann Kerby Scholarship for Students With Disabilities was created in 2004 to honour Ann Kerby and her tireless and active leadership on behalf of disabled students, during her tenure as Director of Advocacy and Support Services at Concordia University. Ann Kerby retired from Concordia University in September 2004 after 37 years of dedicated service to the institution. This scholarship is open to full-time and part-time Undergraduate and Graduate students who are registered with, and have fulfilled, the intake processes of the Office of Students with Disabilities. The Ann Kerby Scholarship for Students with Disabilities is available both as an Entrance Scholarship for qualified newly-admitted students, and an In-Course Scholarship for qualified returning students. Recipients are selected by the Office of Students with Disabilities. This scholarship is renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This award is part of the In-Course Scholarships, and Entrance Scholarships programs. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee by the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities each year. Information on the application process and related deadlines is available from the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities. The competition for 2012-2013 is now closed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

A. Ross Seaman Memorial Scholarships

The memorial fund was established in 1987 to honour the memory of A. Ross Seaman for his life-long dedication to the communities of Concordia University, Dawson College, Kamp Kanawana and the YMCA. Each year, students from these four (4) institutions are recognized for their leadership and scholarship. Students can apply or be nominated. This award is normally open to Canadians and Permanent Residents only, however International Students may be selected as recipients at the discretion of the selection committee in the Department of Applied Human Sciences. Application information is available from the Department of Applied Human Sciences at Concordia University.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Applied Human Sciences

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. As indicated above, students may either be nominated, or apply to the department.

Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University Inc. Scholarship In Memory of John W. O'Brien

This scholarship was established in 2014 through the generosity of the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University, in memory of John W. O'Brien, who was one of Concordia University's founders, and an inspiration to all those who worked with him. John believed in the importance of higher learning, and this belief guided him throughout his career and during his pioneering tenure as Concordia University's first Rector. He assumed leadership of the newly founded Concordia University in 1974 and ensured that the mission, vision and values of the merged institution would be defined and fostered.

The Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University Inc. Scholarship In Memory of John W. O'Brien is intended to recognise and reward outstanding academic achievement among Undergraduate students in Bachelor's programs in any discipline of study. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University Inc. Scholarships

This scholarship was established in 1988 through the generosity of the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University. Sir George Williams University was one of the founding institutions of Concordia University. Its alumni maintain their own association to promote the interests of Concordia University and its students. This scholarship is available to all full-time students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Athletic Therapy Award of Excellence

The Athletic Therapy Award of Excellence was created in 2002 in order to recognize and reward excellence in athletic therapy at Concordia University. This award is open to outstanding full-time students studying in the Athletic Therapy specialization, who have completed at least two years of full-time studies. Students wishing to apply for this award should contact the Athletic Therapy Director in the Department of Exercise Science. The departmental Selection Committee for this award will select candidates based on a combination of their skills, experience in athletic therapy, and academic achievement. A minimum grade point average of 3.0 is required. This award is non-renewable. Students previously chosen to receive the award may not reapply in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Athletic Therapy, Exercise Science

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Further information about applying for this award may be obtained from the Athletic Therapy Director in the Department of Exercise Science.

Balvir and Ranjna Singh Memorial Scholarship In Economics

This non-renewable scholarship was established in 2011 in memory of former faculty member of Concordia University, Dr. Balvir Singh and his wife Ranjna who were, along with their three children Shobhna, Shalini, and Abhinav, amont the hundreds of victims tragically killed in the bombing of Air India flight 182 on June 23 1985.

The Balvir and Rana Singh Memorial Scholarship In Economics are intended to encourage academic excellence among students in the University's Department of Economics, where Dr. Singh taught as a full professor for many years. In an interview with The Montreal Gazette in the days following the tragedy, those who knew Dr. Singh best praised him as an extraordinary economist and a devoted family man.

Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts program, with a Major, Specialization, or Honours in Economics.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Economics

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Bank of Montréal Undergraduate Scholarships

This scholarship program was created in 1999 through the generosity of the Bank of Montréal. It is available to students in all faculties. This non-renewable scholarship is available to full-time students with a minimum of 24 credits completed.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

BCA Research Scholarship in Finance

The BCA Research Scholarship in Finance was established in 2007, and is intended to recognize and encourage and reward excellent full-time students in the Bachelor of Commerce program in the John Molson School of Business. Candidates must be enrolled in the Major in Finance program. This scholarship is non-renewable, and is restricted to Canadian Citizens who are Québec residents.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens with Québec Resident status only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Finance

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Bell Media Scholarship in Journalism

The Bell Media Scholarship in Journalism was created in 2014 through the generosity of the donor, as part of the company's tangible benefits commitment in the context of BCE's acquisition of Astral Media in 2013. The scholarship is intended to benefit Canada's radio broadcasting sector by directly supporting Journalism students at Concordia University.

The scholarship is granted through competition on the basis of academic merit among students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts with a Major or higher in Journalism. Candidates must have successfully completed courses in radio journalism at Concordia University, such as Radio Newsroom (JOUR 330). The scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Journalism.

Belmonte Brisson In-Course Scholarship in Accounting Taxation

Established in 2012, the Belmonte Brisson In-Course Scholarship in Accounting Taxation is intended to encourage and reward full-time students in Concordia University's John Molson School of Business. Candidates must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce program with a Major in Accountancy, and must have taken and passed at least two of the following courses: ACCO 340 (Income Taxation in Canada), ACCO 440 (Advanced Taxation), or ACCO 490 (Seminar in Taxation). This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Accountancy

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA and other criteria for this award.

Bergeron Family Undergraduate Co-Op Scholarship

This Bergeron Family Undergraduate Co-op Scholarship was created in 2011 in memory of Madame Françoise Laurette Presseau, beloved great-aunt of a Concordia University graduate and a long-time Concordia employee. A self-sufficient individual who enjoyed life and loved the people around her, Madame Presseau always believed in higher education and promoting excellence. It was her wish to help and encourage young people to attain their goals in life.

The purpose of the Bergeron Family Undergraduate Co-Op Scholarship is to remember Madame Presseau by recognizing an active, well-rounded, undergraduate member of the Institute for Co-operative Education whose contributions as an ambassador of experiential learning include demonstrated academic excellence, leadership and commitment to the Institute.

Candidates must be in their third year of studies, must have successfully completed or be enroled in their third Work Term, and must demonstrate leadership and commitment to the Institute for Co-Operative Education. For further information on the annual competition and application dates, contact the Institute.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each Spring by the Institute for Co-Operative Education.

bfinance Scholarship

Established in 2013 through the generosity of bfinance, an independent financial services company offering a wealth of investment, transaction banking and consultancy experience, the bFinance Scholarship is intended to recognize and reward academic excellence in full-time Finance students at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business. Candidates for this scholarship must be members of the Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management Program. The scholarship is not renewable however students may apply to be considered again in future years.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: KWPMP

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the John Molson School of Business following an application-based competition in the Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management Program.

Bill Hunt Scholarship

Established in 1977 in memory of the late Bill Hunt, a graduate of Sir George Williams University, by friends and associates from the YMCA, where Mr. Hunt was a social worker. This non-renewable scholarship is available to students in Bachelor's programs in any area of study.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

BPW Montréal Judith Litvack Women's Scholarship

This award was established in 1998 through the generosity of the Business and Professional Women's Club (BPW) to provide for an annual in-course scholarship. The scholarship is funded by an endowment from the late Judith Litvack, who was once a student at Concordia University. The Business and Professional Women's Club of Montréal is one of the oldest women's organizations in Montréal. Created in 1926, the organization belongs to the Québec, Canadian and International Federations of Business and Professional Women's Clubs. The BPW promotes women's self-reliance and financial independence. This scholarship is available to all female full-time students who have completed at least twenty-four (24) credits at Concordia University pursuing a major in Humanities.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics, Communication Studies, English, Etudes Francaises, History, Journalism, Liberal Arts College, Philosophy, Theological Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Brenda Carter and David Wheeler Memorial Award

This award was established by friends and colleagues in memory of Brenda Carter, a dedicated professor and elementary school principal, and in memory of her husband, David Wheeler, Professor Emeritus at Concordia University in the department of Mathematics and Statistics. The Brenda Carter and David Wheeler Memorial Award is available to Undergraduate and Graduate students in the department of Mathematics and Statistics, who will preferably meet some or all of the following criteria: Demonstrates a proven interest in teaching, has returned to academic study after interruption, has overcome some particular handicap or obstacle (e.g. academic background, health, or financial security), has been active in some social, political, or professional organization. Students wishing to apply for this award should contact the Secretary to the Chair, Department of Mathematics.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Mathematics and Statistics

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. As indicated above, interested candidates should contact the Mathematics department for application information.

Brian Slack Award in Urban Studies

The Brian Slack Award in Urban Studies was established in 2007 through the generosity of donors to the former Harry Clinch Book Prize, as well as donors from the Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment, and friends. The Brian Slack Award in Urban Studies is intended to encourage and recognize excellence in Undergraduate students who are pursuing studies in the Urban Studies program at Concordia University. Eligible candidates must be in their second year of studies with minimum of 24 credits completed in their programs at Concordia University. Candidates will be considered on the basis of academic excellence in first-year core courses (URBS 230, 240, 250, 260). This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Urban Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment.

Brian T. Counihan Scholarship for Outstanding Contribution to Student Life

This award was established in 1995 in honour of Brian T. Counihan's contributions to student life over his 25-year tenure as the first Dean of Students of Concordia University. This scholarship is awarded, at the discretion of the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee and upon recommendation by a staff member, in recognition of contribution to student life and academic achievement, to a student, without restriction to level of study, student status or citizenship. Candidates will be required to have completed one full academic year or equivalent and have a minimum GPA of 3.30.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. As is indicated above, candidates are nominated to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee by staff members of the University. Nominations for the current academic year will be accepted until November 29 2013.

CAE Scholarships in Engineering Excellence

The ‘CAE Scholarships in Engineering Excellence' were established in 2001 via an endowment to promote excellence in the field of Electrical Engineering. CAE is a global leader in the provision of simulation and control technologies and training solutions for aerospace, defense, and marine markets. Headquartered in Canada, CAE employs more than 7,000 people around the world and generates annual revenues in excess of $1 billion. The Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee shall award this non-renewable undergraduate scholarship on the basis of academic achievement to qualified full-time students the faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, with preference given to students in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Candidates must have completed at least 90 full-time credits during the previous academic years at Concordia University.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Electrical Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Campaign For a New Millennium ENCS Scholarship

The Campaign For A New Millennium ENCS Scholarship was established in 2009 through the generosity of donors, friends, and supporters of Concordia University. This non-renewable scholarship is intended to recognize and reward full-time Undergraduate students in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, in any area of study.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Campaign for a New Millennium Student Contribution Scholarship

These scholarship were established in 1997 through ongoing student contributions to the Capital Campaign. They were created to recognize the academic achievement of Concordia students. These scholarships are available to all full- and part-time students in the Faculty of Arts and Science, the John Molson School of Business, and the Faculty of Fine Arts. The Campaign for a New Millennium Student Contribution Scholarship program is available to students in the Faculty of Arts and Science, the Faculty of Fine Arts, and the John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science, John Molson School of Business, Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Canadian Irish Studies Foundation Scholarships

The purpose of the Canadian Irish Studies Foundation Scholarships is to encourage and reward excellentfull-time and part-time students who are pursuing Canadian Irish Studies at Concordia University. This scholarship program was made possible through the generous contributions of many donors to the Foundation. A number of named individual scholarships exist as part of the Canadian Irish Studies Foundation awards program:

- Arthur Meighen Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- Edna Amy McConkey Soden Bursary in Canadian Irish Studies
- Francis Hinks Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- Geraldine O'Loghlin Stanford Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- Gerard Keyes Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- Irene Mulroney Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- Irish Protestant Benevolent Society Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- J. Armand Bombardier Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- Mary Hurley Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- Mary Travers Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- Matthew Hamilton Gault Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- Moira Ann Snow Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- Sean Treacy Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- Stephen Dowd Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- Thomas D'Arcy McGee Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies
- Timothy Edward McIninch Scholarship in Canadian Irish Studies

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Irish Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Center for Canadian Irish Studies.

Canadian Women's Press Club (Montréal Branch) Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1976 by the Canadian Women's Press Club (Montréal branch) to promote studies in the field of Journalism. This scholarship is available to all full- or part-time students entering the second-year of the Journalism program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Journalism.

Carol and Bruce Mallen Award for Cinema Entrepreneurship

This award was established through the generosity of Carol and Bruce Mallen, respectively alumni of Concordia University and Sir George Williams University (now Concordia). Carol Mallen served for over a decade as chief creative executive of a Los Angeles-based motion picture production company. Entrepreneur, Producer and Academic, Bruce Mallen served as Dean of the College of Business at Florida Atlantic University and was the founder of the DeSantis Center for Motion Picture Industry Studies. A member of the Producers Guild of America, the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, the Society for Cinema and Media Studies and the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema Advisory Board, Bruce Mallen has been honoured with many awards and honorary degrees. Dr. and Mrs. Mallen established this award to recognize the work and creativity of a Film Production student who demonstrates entrepreneurial ability combined with creative process - thus reflecting the values and accomplishments of Dr. Mallen's extraordinary career. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Cathy Watt Award in Vocal Studies

Established in 2011 through the generosity of Professor Kevin Austin, this award is intended to encourage and reward students enrolled in the Music program at the University (and exceptionally, recent graduates of this same program), who show excellence and potential in vocal studies and whose commitment and spirit towards music and culture reflect the values exemplified by the singer Cathy Watt. Cathy devoted two decades to the success of Concordia University's Department of Music.The Cathy Watt Award in Vocal Studies is non-renewable however recipients may reapply and be considered again in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Music

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Cecil Buller - John J.A. Murphy Scholarship in Drawing

This scholarship was created in 2000 through the generosity of Dr. Sean Murphy, a member of Concordia's Fine Arts Advisory Board, in honour of his parents, Cecil Buller and J.A. Murphy, to encourage students who show exceptional promise in traditional drawing. The scholarship is awarded either at the undergraduate or graduate level, as determined by the Faculty, on a rotational basis. Open to both full-time and part-time students enrolled in a Studio Arts program, recipients are selected based on recommendation of the Faculty of Fine Arts, and can be reconsidered in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Studio Arts

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Faculty of Fine Arts. For further information on entering the competition for this scholarship, contact the Department of Studio Arts.

Centre Desjardins Scholarships in Corporate Finance

The Centre Desjardins Scholarships in Corporate Finance were created in 2007 through the benevolence of the Mouvement des Caisses Desjardins. In addition to the creation of this scholarship program, the Mouvement des Caisses Desjardins also generously provided for the establishment of the Desjardins Centre for Innovation in Business Finance in the John Molson School of Business.

The Centre Desjardins Scholarships in Corporate Finance Management are intended to recognise and encourage full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce Program in the John Molson School of Business in the area of Finance, specifically in the area of Corporate Finance Management, and/or involved in research and other activities in the Desjardins Centre for Innovation in Business Finance. These scholarships are not renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Finance

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Associate Dean in the John Molson School of Business, in consultation with the Desjardins Centre for Innovation in Business Finance.

Charles Ellison Award in Jazz Studies

The Charles Ellison Award in Jazz Studies is intended to encourage and reward students in the BFA Specialization in Jazz Studies program, whose commitment and spirit towards jazz and / or Jazz Studies reflect the values and dedication exemplified by Charles Ellison. Mr. Ellison is a longstanding Faculty member of the Department of Music department, coordinator of the Jazz Studies program, teacher, trumpeter, composer of distinction, and a renowned musician. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Jazz Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Classics, Modern Languages & Linguistics Scholarship

The Classics, Modern Languages & Linguistics Scholarship was established in 2008 through the generosity of the Department of Classics, Modern Languages & Linguistics, as well as its faculty, staff, and friends. This scholarship recognises and rewards excellent full-time and part-time students who are pursuing a Major in Classics, Linguistics, or Spanish. It is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time or part-time enrollment in any of the aforementioned areas of study, and a Last Annual GPA of at least 3.30.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Classics, Linguistics, Spanish

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Claude Gagnon Memorial MVP Award

This award was established in 2014 in memory of Claude Gagnon (B Comm '76), one of Concordia University's first graduates. Throughout his distinguished career, Claude demonstrated that integrity and generosity of spirit make up not only outstanding business leaders, but also beloved individuals.

The Claude Gagnon Memorial MVP Award will encourage and reward a student enrolled full-time in a Bachelor's program in Concordia University's John Molson School of Business, who is a member of the John Molson Competition Program. Candidates will be considered by a selection committee within JMSB on the basis of outstanding dedication, perseverance, team spirit, and enthusiasm while representing JMSB.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the John Molson School of Business following an annual competition.

Collins Barrow Montreal Accountancy Co-Op Award of Excellence

The purpose of this award, which was established in 2014 through the generosity of Collins Barrow Montreal, is to recognise a Co-Op student in the Accountancy program in the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University, and the promote excellence in the areas of accounting and tax among Co-Op students by enhancing their intellectual, professional, and personal development. Collins Barrow Montreal was established over seventy-five years ago and is the one of the leading mid-market accounting firms in the Montreal professional community.

No application is required for this award - candidates will be considered for this award during the Winter term each year by the Institute for Co-Operative Education on the basis of good standing as a Co-Op member, a Cumulative GPA of at least 3.30 with a "B" minimum in all accounting and tax courses (a minimum of two courses completed in accounting, and a minimum of one course completed in tax, are required). In addition, candidates must have completed at least two work terms.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Accountancy

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Institute for Co-Operative Education.

Colors of Concordia Award

This award was established in 2005 through the fundraising efforts of members and friends of the Colors of Concordia Team, which has had over 200 participants from 62 countries in Montréal's annual Tour de l'Ile for several years. The guiding philosophy of the Colors of Concordia Team, and the Colors of Concordia Award, resides in promoting awareness, cooperation, cultural integration and communication, and the bringing together of different cultural communities. As such, the purpose of this award is to encourage and reward a full-time or part-time student (ambassador) at Concordia, who has demonstrated initiative in trying to unite people from different cultures (religious, ethnic, sovereign) and who remains committed to promoting cultural integration. Candidates must prove participation and involvement in on-campus cultural groups, as a Concordia student on an International Student Exchange Program, or in other initiative that promote, either within the local Montreal community or with an outside community, awareness, cooperation and cultural integration.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are selected each year by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Commerce and Administration Students' Association Awards

This awards program was established in 1990 by the Commerce and Administration Students' Association. It is awarded annually to full-time and part-time students on the basis of scholastic performance and contribution to student life in the John Molson School of Business.

Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.00, and must submit a one-page statement which details their contribution to, or involvement in, student life at the John Molson School of Business. The awards may be renewed in the following academic year on the basis of the recipient's continuing full-time or part-time enrollment in the John Molson School of Business, and a minimum GPA of 3.00.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are selected each year by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee.

Compton-Lamb Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1974 in memory of the late Neil Compton and Sidney Lamb by faculty members in the English Department of Sir George Williams University. This scholarship is intended to recognize an outstanding Honours student in the English Department. The award is given to a student who will enter the final year of an English Honours or Joint Honours in English and Creative Writing program in the year following the award. Students must submit an updated student record to demonstrate academic excellence and an essay on any aspect of English literary studies. For further information on the application process and deadlines, please contact the Department of English.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: English

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee by the Department of English each year. For further information contract the Department of English.

Concordia University 25th Anniversary Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1999 to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the creation of Concordia University. This non-renewable scholarship is available to all full-time students, including International students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Concordia University Alumni Association Inc. Scholarship

A special endowment fund was established in 1993 through the generous support of Concordia University Alumni. This fund supports a number of scholarships. This scholarship is available to all full-time students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Concordia University Institute for Co-Operative Education Work Term Stipend

The Daniel Harrison International Work Term Grant was created through a donation from the Championnat des Amériques organization. Co-Op students played an instrumental role in helping to organize their special event, and a portion of the proceeds were earmarked for the Institute for Co-Operative Education.

This stipend is intended to partially offset travel and other expenses incurred as a result of participation in an International Work Term program. Candidates for this stipend must have completed at least one year of full-time studies at Concordia University. They must be enrolled in a Co-Operative Education program, and have applied for an International Work Term Posting. Recipients will be selected by the Institute for Co-Operative Education based on anticipated travel expenses to the Work Term location, and the level of assistance provided to the student by the Work Term employer.

The Stipend is not renewable, however recipients may be eligible for consideration again in successive years.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each Spring by the Institute for Co-Operative Education.

Concordia University Retired Faculty and Staff Scholarships

The Concordia University Retired Faculty and Staff Scholarships were endowed in 2002, through the exemplary generosity of the Concordia University Pensioners' Association (CUPA). This scholarship is available to full-time Undergraduate students in any Faculty or School, who have completed at least 1 year of full-time study. These scholarships are not renewable however recipients may be considered again in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Concordia University Staff-Endowed Scholarship

Established in 1996 through the generosity of non-teaching staff at Concordia University who contributed to the Campaign For A New Millennium, the Concordia University Staff-Endowed Scholarship is open to full-time and part-time students in Bachelor's programs in any Faculty, in any discipline of study. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Concordia University Used Book Fair Scholarship

The Concordia University Used Book Fair Scholarship is made possible through the efforts and community spirit of The Concordia Volunteers, which organizes an on-campus Used Book Fair every year. The annual success of the Used Book Fair has laid the foundation for this scholarship's endowment, and will ensure that it is awarded every year in perpetuity. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Couleur Jazz Award in Music

The Couleur Jazz Award program was established through the benevolence of RNC Media Inc., and is intended to recognize and reward outstanding full-time students in the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Jazz Studies) program at Concordia University. Candidates for this non-renewable award are selected each year by the Jazz Studies Committee and the Chair of the Music Deparment. For further information, consult the Department of Music.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Jazz Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Crevier-Bronstetter Award

The Crevier-Bronstetter Scholarship program provides one annual scholarship to students enrolled in full-time Undergraduate studies in History, and one annual scholarship to students enrolled in full-time Undergraduate studies in the Faculty of Arts & Science without restriction to discipline of study.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: History, Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Cynthia Gunn Journalism Award

This award was established in 1981 by family and friends to honour the memory of the late Cynthia Gunn, a reporter with The Montréal Star and The Gazette. Open to all prospective journalists enrolled in a second or third-year Journalism program who are full- or part-time students. Applicants are judged on the basis of marks, published work (if any), and written work produced for Journalism workshops. Applications must be made to the Director of the Department of Journalism, and must include a current transcript, two (2) samples of written class work, and two (2) samples of published work.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Journalism.

Daniel Harrison International Work Term Grant

The Daniel Harrison International Work Term Grant was created through a donation from the Championnat des Amériques organization. Co-Op students played an instrumental role in helping to organize their special event, and a portion of the proceeds were earmarked for the Institute for Co-Operative Education.

This stipend is intended to partially offset travel and other expenses incurred as a result of participation in an International Work Term program. Candidates for this stipend must have completed at least one year of full-time studies at Concordia University. They must be enrolled in a Co-Operative Education program, and have applied for an International Work Term Posting. Recipients will be selected by the Institute for Co-Operative Education based on anticipated travel expenses to the Work Term location, and the level of assistance provided to the student by the Work Term employer.

The Stipend is not renewable, however recipients may be eligible for consideration again in successive years.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each Spring by the Institute for Co-Operative Education.

Danielle Morin Award

This award was established by the Commerce and Administration Students' Association, to honour Dr. Danielle Morin. It is open to full-time and part-students enrolled in Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Administration programs in the John Molson School of Business. Applicants must submit a one-page essay detailing their contributions to, and involvement in, student life in Concordia University's John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Dave Campbell Award of Distinction in Athletic Therapy

This award, established in 2011 by J.D. and Andrea Miller, and named in honour of Concordia alumnus and Concordia Physio Sport co-founder Dave Campbell, is intended to recognise all around student excellence in Athletic Therapy at Concordia University. Dave Campbell, a Certified Athletic Therapist and Osteopath, is widely recognised for his leadership over the past 25 years in the clinical pursuit of athletic therapy excellence and the professional development of young athletic therapists.

Candidates for this award must be full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science program with a Specialization in Exercise Science - Athletic Therapy option, and must be in their final full year of studies with a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0. Candidates will demonstrate a combination of skill, experience, amd a commitment to pursuing their certification with the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association. This award is non-renewable and recipients may not reapply in subsequent years.

Students seeking more information about the annual timeframe and application process for this award should contact the Athletic Therapy Director in the Department of Exercise Science.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Athletic Therapy, Exercise Science

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Further information about applying for this award may be obtained from the Athletic Therapy Director in the Department of Exercise Science.

David Abramson Scholarship

The David Abramson Scholarship was created in 2007, for the purpose of recognizing and encouraging deserving full-time students in any year of study in the Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management Program in the John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: KWPMP

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the John Molson School of Business following an application-based competition in the Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management Program.

David Frost Memorial Scholarship

The David Frost Memorial Scholarship was created in 2007 by friends and colleagues of the late David Frost, an esteemed professor in the Department of Geography who passed away in 2005. This non-renewable scholarship is open to students in the B.Sc. Honours in Environmental Science and the B.A. Honours in Human Environment. Candidates must be in their final year of study, and currently enrolled in GEOG 491 (Honours Essay).

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Environmental Science, Human Environment

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Deans Knight Capital Management Scholarship

This In-Course Scholarship was established in 2010 through the generosity of Deans Knight Capital Management. Deans Knight, founded in 1992 by Wayne Deans and Doug Knight, is a leading investment firm focused on providing service to private individuals and families, as well as a select number of institutions.

The Deans Knight Capital Management Scholarship is awarded to deserving full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce program in Finance in the John Molson School of Business, and are members of the Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management Program.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: KWPMP

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the John Molson School of Business following an application-based competition in the Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management Program.

Deirdre Annis Mark Award for Translation Studies

The Deirdre Annis Mark Award for Translation Studies is awarded to full-time students enrolled in English/French and French/English Translation. Candidates must be members of the Translation Co-Op. This award will be bestowed upon students in English/French and French/English translation in alternating years, on the basis of their high academic standing, excellent aptitude for translation, and a sense of social responsibility in their extracurricular activities.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Translation

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Institute for Co-Operative Education.

de Sève Cinema Scholarships

The de Sève Cinema Scholarships program was established in 2001 through the generosity of la Succession J. A. de Sève, and is intended to support full-time Undergraduate and Graduate students pursuing degrees in Concordia University's Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. Entrance Scholarships, In-Course Scholarships, and other awards or grants will be awarded annually based on the recommendation of a selection committee within the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. These awards are non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

D. L. Stevenson Colour Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1991 by the Stevenson family in memory of David L. Stevenson, founder of Stevenson & Son Co. Ltd. These non-renewable scholarships are available to full-time students in the Faculty of Fine Arts, whose major is Painting and Drawing.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Painting and Drawing

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Donald L. Boisvert Scholarship for Gay and Lesbian Studies

The Donald L. Boisvert Scholarship for Gay and Lesbian Studies was created in 2002 through the generosity of Dr. Donald L. Boisvert, during his tenure as Concordia University Dean of Students. This scholarship is open to all Concordia Undergraduate and Graduate students, and will be awarded on an annual basis, when merited, to a student pursuing academic work in gay and lesbian studies, or who is involved, as an activist, in gay and lesbian issues. Candidates must have a minimum grade point average of 3.3; consult the application form for further details. For the 2010-2011 academic year, this scholarship is restricted to students enrolled in Graduate-level programs.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Coordinating Committee for the Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies in Sexuality, from qualified applicants. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Don Arioli Award

Don Arioli was a writer, a gifted draftsman and an entertaining children's television personality. Though small in stature, Don Arioli was a towering force in the world of animation. He was very proud of his work “Loops to Learn By”; a series of single concept films designed to teach children with severe learning disabilities. Don Arioli also worked on Sesame Street, and with Chuck Jones, creator and animator of the Roadrunner and many of the best loved Bugs Bunny films. Don Arioli helped to create such classics as “Another Froggy Evening” and “Chariots of Fur.” Known for his quick wit and infectious smile, Don Arioli used humour as a tool to communicate by and in doing so, created a legacy of delight with his animated works.

The Don Arioli Award is intended to encourage and recognize students who are enrolled in the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema with a study emphasis in animation. This Award will be given out annually. Student recipients will demonstrate a love of animation, a strong knowledge of the work of Don Arioli, and who may also require financial assistance. The successful applicant will also demonstrate commitment, spirit, dedication and delight towards animation and its power to explain, entertain and amuse — as reflected in the career of Don Arioli. Candidates are recommended for this award by Faculty members and staff within the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Don McGillivray Memorial Prize in Explanatory Journalism

The Don McGillivray Prize in Explanatory Journalism is intended to encourage the art of Explanatory Journalism, that is a story, column or editorial that explains to the reader a complicated matter in easy-to-understand terms.

Don McGillivray (1927-2003) was a reporter, editor and columnist for over 40 years, as well as a professor of Journalism at Concordia and Carleton Universities. His enduring contribution to coverage of public affairs was as a political and economic columnist in Ottawa. As noted in his obituary in The Gazette: “…he brought the common sense of his Prairie dust bowl roots to the business and editorial pages. The economics of running this country weren't a mystery to him and he considered his job was to make sure his readers understood them, too...

How well he succeeded is evidenced by the National Business Awards he won in 1977, 1979, and 1984. He was runner up for the prize in 1978 and 1983. But the recognition McGillivray valued most was the Plain English Award he once received from the Canadian Council of Teachers of English” ... for his smooth-flowing journalistic writing and for a language column he wrote for many years. Mr. McGillivray was also a president and longtime treasurer of the Canadian Association of Journalists, which named its annual outstanding journalism award for him.

Applicants must submit one example of explanatory journalism: a story, column or editorial that explains to readers some complicated matter in easy-to-understand terms. Writing examples could be in any field, including, but not limited to, government law or policy, scientific achievement, economic or financial matters, health or medical treatment or discovery or on any topic of general or public interest. Eligible pieces of writing include class assignments and student or community publications. Submissions that were produced during a paid employment period or summer internship are eligible but must be clearly identified as such and will be treated as examples of professional work by the selection committee. The award is not renewable but recipients may apply to be considered in subsequent years, in which case a new example of work must be submitted. For further information on the application process for this award, contact the Department of Journalism.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Journalism.

Dorothy May Perrett Memorial Scholarship

The Dorothy May Perrett Memorial Scholarship was established in 2012 in her memory. Dorothy was a loyal employee and worked for the same company for over 40 years and took pride in being an "hourly paid employee". She liked to play the piano by ear and enjoyed knitting and crocheting and volunteering at her church. She will always be remembered for her support of the less fortunate and her kind spirit.

The Dorothy May Perrett Memorial Scholarship is intended to recognise and reward academic excellence in full-time First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students in Bachelor's programs in any discipline of study. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Dowan Kwon Memorial Adopt-A-Student Scholarship

The Department of Decision Sciences and Management Information Systems dedicated this scholarship in 2009 in the memory of a dear colleague, Dowan Kwon, who sadly lost his battle with cancer. He was a knowledgeable and talented member of the Faculty and his calm and friendly outlook made him an asset to the department. The Dowan Kwon Memorial Adopt-A-Student Scholarship is intended to recognize and assist full-time students studying in Decision Sciences and Management Information Systems. This scholarship is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 3.30.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Decision Sciences, Management Information Systems

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Dpt. Award in CART

Established in 2013, the Dpt. Award in CART recognizes and rewards excellence among graduating students in the Computational Arts (CART) program in the Department of Design and Computation Arts within the Faculty of Fine Arts at Concordia University. The award is granted following a juried year-end competition in the department. For information on the competition entry deadline and submission requirements, contact the Department of Design and Computation Arts. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Design and Computational Arts following a year-end adjudicated competition.

Dr. Alex Vincent Scholarship in Psychology

Dr. Alex Vincent completed his BA in Psychology at Concordia University in 1988, completed his graduate studies at the University of Toronto and undertook Post-Doctoral work at York University. In 1995, he joined the Federal Public Service as Program Manager within the Road Safety Directorate of Transport Canada in Ottawa. In 2000, he began participation in the federal public service executive development program and completed management assignments in several federal departments and agencies. The Dr. Alex Vincent Scholarship in Psychology was established in 2006 through his generosity, in the interest of encouraging and rewarding Bachelor's students currently enrolled full-time in Psychology at Concordia University. This scholarship is not renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Psychology

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Dr. Ed Enos Athletic Excellence Award

This award was established by the family and friends of Dr. Ed Enos on the occasion of his induction into the Concordia University Sports Hall of Fame in April 1998 and in honour of his many years of service and contribution to the fields of sports, exercise science and athletics at Concordia University and previously at Loyola College. This award is available to all full-time CIS-eligible athletes who have completed at least two semesters of study at the University in any academic year. Preference will be given to students pursuing a major in Exercise Science.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Athletics.

Dr. Lorrie K. Sippola Memorial Award

Dr. Lorrie K. Sippola obtained a Doctorate in Developmental Psychology from Concordia University, before pursuing post-Doctoral work at Harvard's Henry Murray Research Center, and the Max Planck Institute for Human Development and Education in Berlin. Lorrie's program of research revolved around adolescent social relationships - work that began at Concordia University under the supervision of Bill Bukowski. Lorrie received honors for her work, including being awarded the Cith of Montreal Prix d'Excellence for outstanding PhD scholarship, and the 1996 Governor General's Gold Medal for the most outstanding Graduate student at Concordia University. Lorrie was known by colleagues for her ideas, her energy, her passion, and for a generosity of spirit which she demonstrated in the creation of this Award.

The Dr. Lorrie K. Sippola Memorial Award is intended to recognise and reward academic excellence in full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science program, in Honours Psychology. Candidates for this award will have demonstrated interest, and have successfully completed as many courses as possible, in Developmental Psychology. Preference for this non-renewable award will be given to female students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Psychology

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Dr. Oscar Peterson Jazz Scholarship

Funded through an endowment established by Dr. Stanley Aléong, the Dr. Oscar Peterson Jazz Scholarship is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in the Jazz Specialization at Concordia University, whose commitment and spirit towards music reflect the values exemplified by Dr. Peterson. Recipients must be full-time students. Selection of scholarship recipients shall be made by the Chair of the Department of Music upon recommendation of the Faculty directing the Jazz Studies Program in the Faculty of Fine Arts following a performance reviewed by Jury. Students must be pursuing a course of study leading to a Bachelor's / Baccalaureate of Fine Arts degree, Specialization in Jazz Studies. The award is renewable so long as the recipient continues to meet the terms and conditions of the award.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Jazz Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Dr. Paul Fazio Building Engineering Undergraduate Award

The Dr. Paul Fazio Building Engineering Undergraduate award was established in 2005 through the generosity of Dr. Paul Fazio, Professor of Building Engineering at the Envelope Performance Laboratory, Centre for Building Studies (CBS), Department of Building, Civil, and Environmental Engineering. Dr. Fazio founded the CBS in the late 1970s, which he headed until 1997. Over this period he established the Building Engineering programs at the Bachelor, Masters, and Doctoral levels. For Dr. Fazio's contributions to building engineering research and education, he was named Fellow of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers (FCSCE), the American Society of Civil Engineers (FASCE), and the Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC); in 2007 he was inducted into the Order of Canada.

The non-renewable Dr. Paul Fazio Building Engineering Undergraduate Award is intended to recognize and encourage an outstanding Undergraduate student pursuing full-time studies in the field of building engineering at Concordia University. Candidates must have a minimum G.P.A. of 3.40 with 60 credits completed, or in the process of being completed, and must demonstrate good communication and leadership skills in the promotion of building engineering. A statement of purpose must be provided with the candidate's application, highlighting why they chose building engineering, their activities promoting building engineering, and how they plan to foster this discipline in their studies and future career.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Building Engineering

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are selected each year by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee.

Dr. Ronald Calderisi Scholarship in Biochemistry

The Dr. Ronald Calderisi Scholarship was established in 2006 by Robert Calderisi in honour of his twin brother Ronald, who died in Northern Ontario in July 2005, where he was Chief of Surgery at the regional hospital in Moose Factory. Dr. Calderisi studied pre-medical sciences at Loyola College in 1964-68 and completed his first medical degree at McGill University in June 1973. He started as a general practitioner at Inuvik in the Far North, then studied surgery, which he completed in 1983 and practised in Vancouver, B.C. for most of his career. He put his whole heart into his work and his family, and ignored the traditional wisdom that doctors should not care deeply about their patients. He treated the whole person, and his gentle humour and warm touch cured many in his care as much as any medicine. One of his favourite passages was from Psalm 37: "He will make your righteousness shine like the dawn; the justice of your cause like the noonday sun."

Mr. Robert Calderisi was Concordia University's first Rhodes Scholar and spent thirty years in international development work with the Canadian Government, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and the World Bank. He is now an economist and writer, living in Montreal.

The Dr. Ronald Calderisi Scholarship in Biochemistry is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry) program, particularly those with a declared interest in continuing their education in the field of medicine. Preference will be given to students from students who are from First Peoples, Métis and Inuit communities however all eligible students are encouraged to apply.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Biochemistry

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are selected every year by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Dr. Vana Andreou and Family Student Scholarship

This In-Course Scholarship was established in 2010 through the generosity of Dr. Vana Andreou. It is intended to encourage and reward academically excellent full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science program who are enrolled in a Major, Specialization, or Honours in Biology. The minimum Grade Point Average required for this scholarship is 3.40. It may be renewed in the following year providing the recipient is still enrolled full-time in the B.Sc. Biology program and meets the minimum GPA requirement.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Biology

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are selected automatically by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year.

Economical Insurance Scholarships

These scholarships were established in 2013 through the generosity of Economical Insurance, in support of excellence in Actuarial Mathematics education. Founded in 1871, Economical Insurance is a leading property and casualty insurance company in Canada, offering a wide range of personal, commercial, farm, and surety products.

The Economical Insurance Scholarships are granted through competition, based on academic merit, to full-time students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Honours or Specialization Actuarial Mathematics, or in the Specialization Actuarial Mathematics/Finance. Eligible applicants must have at least three academic terms completed in program, and must have passed or attempted to pass (but still awaiting results) of at least their first Associateship Exam from the Society of Actuaries, or have completed equivalent courses granting them a waiver recognized by the Canadian Institute of Actuaries. Applicants must have a Last Annual GPA of 3.50 or higher, and are required to submit a one-page statement demonstrating their commitment to the pursuit of a career in the field of Actuarial Mathematics. These scholarships are not renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Actuarial Mathematics

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics following the adjudications of the departmental committee for this award.

Eric Harrison Memorial Prize

The Eric Harrison Memorial Prize was established in 2000 by Lois and Stanley Tucker to honour a wonderful teacher and lifelong friend, the late Eric Harrison, a professor of History at Queen's University. Stanley and Eric met in 1938 and their friendship lasted until Eric's death in 2000. Eric's lectures were an exchange of ideas, challenging and stimulating. He was a teacher, an inspiration and a great friend.

The Eric Harrison Memorial Prize will be awarded annually to students who are in their graduating year, are members of the Liberal Arts College, and who by virtue of their profession, activities, or creativity, embody the importance of lifelong learning. Stanley and Lois Tucker have been friends of the Liberal Arts College since its inception and believe that the love of learning and the development of intellectual curiosity constitute the basis for a fulfilled life.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Liberal Arts College

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarship Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Liberal Arts College.

Eric Poteet Scholarship in Finance

The Eric Poteet Scholarship in Finance was established in 2005, and is intended to encourage and reward excellent full-time Bachelor of Commerce students enrolled in the Major in Finance in the John Molson School of Business.

Eric Poteet is a graduate of the John Molson School of Business (1992) and is a past winner of the Finance Medal as well as the Charles E. Frosst Award. The Eric Poteet Scholarship in Finance is non-renewable, and is restricted to Canadian Citizens who are Québec Residents.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens with Québec Resident status only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Finance

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Ericsson In-Class Case Competition Award

Established in 2012, the Ericsson In-Class Case Competition Award is intended to reward and encourage full-time Undergraduate and Graduate students enrolled in degree programs in the John Molson School of Business. The award, based on an in-class case competition, provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate the business acumen required to analyze and solve contemporary business problems.

The Ericsson In-Class Case Competition Award is granted to the student members of the winning team composed of three to five students in an in-class case competition.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the John Molson School of Business following an annual competition.

Eric St-Pierre Scholarship

Eric St-Pierre, one of the first graduates of the Loyola College, established this scholarship in 2014 to reward outstanding commitment to the study of Diversity and Sustainability at Concordia University. Candidates must be enrolled full-time in a Bachelor's program with a Minor in Diversity in the Contemporary World, or a Minor in Sustainability Studies. The scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science Student Life Award

The Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science Student Life Award was established in 2007, and is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in Engineering and Computer Science undergraduate programs at Concordia University, who demonstrate commitment towards engineering and computer science student life and Concordia University Engineering and Computer Science students' associations. Applicants may be Canadian citizens, permanent residents or international students.

The Awards shall be granted through competition to full-time students who have completed at least 20 credits in a course of study leading to a Bachelor's / Baccalaureate of Engineering or Bachelor's / Baccalaureate of Computer Science degree. The Award is non-renewable however recipients may reapply and be considered again in subsequent years. For further information on the availability of applications for this award, and the application deadline, contact the Student Affairs Office in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.

Faculty of Fine Arts Development Fund Scholarships

The Faculty of Fine Arts offers a number of in-course scholarships, made possible by donations to its Faculty Development Fund. This scholarship is available to all full-time Fine Arts students entering their second or third-year of study.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Fantasia Award

The Fantasia International Film Festival, a Montréal silver screen staple since 1996, is the largest genre film festival in North America featuring Canadian, North American, and worldwide feature-length premieres as well as shorts and retrospectives.

The Fantasia Award was established in 2013 in celebration of ten years of collaboration between the film festival and Concordia University. It is intended to encourage and reward students enrolled in the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema in Film Animation and Film Production, and granted on the basis of a fiction film created by a student in the course of their studies.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Film Animation, Film Production

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Father Francis O'Brien Football Award

The Father Francis O'Brien Football Award was created in 2003 through the benevolence of Mr. Christopher Amo and the Friends of Concordia Football, for the purpose of assisting student-athletes competing in Varsity football at Concordia University, with the financial burden of their studies. This award is open to full-time and part-time students satisfying Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) eligibility criteria, in acceptable standing and members of the Concordia University Football Team.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee by the Director of Recreation and Athletics, upon consideration of the candidate's scholastic achievement and athletic performance.

Frank B. Walker Journalism Awards

This award was established in 1995 to honour the memory of the late Frank Walker (1916-1985), Editor-in-Chief of The Montréal Star from 1968 to the newspaper's closure in 1979. Two awards are made available to deserving students in the Department of Journalism annually, to recognize and reward excellence in writing - one award is provided to a student now in their second year, and the other is provided to a student now in their third year.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Journalism.

Friends of Concordia Scholarship

This scholarship fund was established through contributions from various foundations, corporations, alumni, members of the University community, and many other Friends of Concordia. Contributors to this award include endowment funds from Douglas Devenne, Bal Dobbs, Isidore Frishling, Dick MacDonald and Walter Stenhouse. This scholarship is available to all full-time students in any area of study.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Fuller Landau Best Student Paper Award

The Fuller Landau Best Student Paper Award was established in 2010 through the generosity of Fuller Landau, Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors.

This award is available to full-time Undergraduate students in the John Molson School of Business who are enrolled in the Entrepreneurial Family Business course. Candidates will have distinguished themselves by writing a paper on a selected family business. The topic of the paper must be pre-approved by the professor of the Entrepreneurial Family Business course and then formally submitted by the student for this award competition.

Candidates will be considered and a recipient will be chosen by a selection committee for this award in the Department of Management of the John Molson School of Business. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business.

Fuller Landau Scholarship in Accounting

The Fuller Landau Scholarship in Accounting was established in 2003 through the benevolence of Fuller Landau, Chartered Accountants amd Business Advisors. This scholarship is available to full-time Undergraduate students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce in Accountancy program, in the John Molson School of Business. Candidates must have completed at least one year of full-time studies. This scholarship is not renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Accountancy

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Garnet Menger Award

Established in 1990 in memory of the noted musician and teacher, Garnet Menger, this award is given annually to an outstanding student in any Department of Music program. The award acknowledges accomplishment in both academic and student life activities. Applications must be accompanied by two letters of reference from full- or part-time faculty in the Department of Music. For further information about this award and the availability of application forms, contact the Department of Music.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Music

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Gary Cummings Award of Distinction in Athletic Therapy

Following an injury in 2005, Danny Minogue experienced first-hand the benefits of athletic therapy. In recognition and appreciation of the professional treatment that he received in the course of his recovery, in 2011 he established this award in honour of Gary Cummings, Concordia Physio Sport co-founder, Certified Athletic Therapist, Osteopath, and trainer of the 2008 Concordia University Sports Hall of Fame Inductee 1973-74 Sir George Williams University Mens' Basketball Team.

Candidates for this award must be full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science program with a Specialization in Exercise Science - Athletic Therapy option, and must be in their final full year of studies with a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0. Candidates will demonstrate a combination of skill, experience, amd a commitment to pursuing their certification with the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association. This award is non-renewable and recipients may not reapply in subsequent years.

Students seeking more information about the annual timeframe and application process for this award should contact the Athletic Therapy Director in the Department of Exercise Science.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Athletic Therapy, Exercise Science

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Further information about applying for this award may be obtained from the Athletic Therapy Director in the Department of Exercise Science.

George and Helen Economides Scholarship

Established in 1999, this scholarship is available to full-time students enrolled in Bachelor of Administration and Bachelor of Commerce programs within the John Molson School of Business. Candidates must be in their second or third year of studies.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Georgian Hockey Award In Memory of Paul Lemire

The Georgian Hockey Award In Memory of Paul Lemire was established in Paul Lemire's memory on the occasion of the induction of the 1965-66 Sir George Williams Georgians Championship Hockey team into the Concordia Sports Hall of Fame in 2003. The teammates of Paul Lemire wish to honour their friend with this award. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee annually by the Department of Athletics. This award is open to returning students in their second year of program up to the fifth year, who have a minimum grade point average of 2.70 (B-). The award will alternate each year between the men's and women's varsity hockey teams.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Athletics.

Gerald, Maria, and Georginia Daoussis Scholarship

The Gerald, Maria, and Georginia Daoussis Scholarship was established in 1999 through the generosity of Mr. Gerald Daoussis, and Maria Daoussis. Mr. Daoussis attended studies at Sir George Williams University, and is a Charter Member of the President's Circle. This In-Course Scholarship is intended to recognise and reward a second or third year student registered full-time in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Gianni Forlini Award

This award was established in memory of Gianni Forlini, who passed away in February 2004. Gianni was a dedicated student in the John Molson School of Business, who demonstrated outstanding commitment, perseverance, and appreciation for life while representing JMSB in the Commerce Games Competition. The Gianni Forlini Award is intended to encourage and reward a student enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Administration or Bachelor of Commerce program in the John Molson School of Business, and has demonstrated outstanding leadership, commitment, and perseverance as a participant in the Commerce Games and/or ICBC competitions while maintaining good academic performance. Candidates are nominated to the Associate Dean in the John Molson School of Business each year, and the recipient is selected following an adjudication process within JMSB. For further information on nomination deadlines, contact the Office of the Associate Dean.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the John Molson School of Business.

Gioacchino Arduini Award

The Gioacchino Arduini Award was established in 2008, and is intended to recognise and reward a student in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science who has achieved the highest grade in CIVI 453 (Design and Reinforced Concrete Structure) during the current academic year, and has the highest Last Annual GPA. In the event of a tie in course grades and GPA, the award will be divided among the candidates.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Glencross Family Award in Art Education

This award was established in 2011 in memory of Charlotte Glencross, who was a talented artist and a motivated community activist. In honor of her life and legacy, the Glencross family, led by Charlotte's mother Gwendolin T. Glencross, will establish an endowment to fund an annual award. The Glencross Family Award in Art Education will be issued annually to a student whose work and values reflect creativity, artistry and a vocation for teaching.

Born in Montreal in 1949, Charlotte Glencross achieved her BFA ( Painting ) in 1970 from Concordia University. She carried on and earned a Diploma in Weaving from the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design in 1976 and later completed Apprenticeships in Tapestry in both Germany and France. She became an accomplished artist in weaving, tapestry, water color, batik and ikat, and was well known for her extraordinary gifts in color, texture and conception, as well as for her fine skill and attention to detail.

Candidates for this non-renewable award must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a Major or Specialization in Art Education. Candidates must be in their third year of studies, and will be considered by the Faculty committee for this award on the basis of their demonstrated vocation for teaching, their love of art, and an appreciation of the impact of art on learning in school-aged children.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Art Education

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the selection committee for this award in the Faculty of Fine Arts.

Goldie and Joe Raymer Travel Fellowships

Concordia University is pleased to announce our continuing collaboration with Technion - Israel Institute of Technology which will provide students in any discipline with an exciting funding opportunity through the Goldie and Joe Raymer Travel Fellowship. Domestic Concordia students as well as incoming Visiting Students wishing to receive assistance through this fund must have a minimum Grade Point Average of 2.00.

The purpose of the Goldie and Joe Raymer Travel Fellowship is to support the promotion of academic collaboration, student exchange programs and research internships between Concordia University and the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology.

Recipients may receive up to $750 per month (to assist with travel & living expenses) for a period of up to four months while on soujourn at Technion. This Travel Fellowship is not renewable but recipients can re-apply. Concordia students applying to go on academic exchange to Technion – Israel Institute of Technology should submit a letter of intent and curriculum vitae with their student exchange application package.

Applicants may be Faculty members of students from Concordia University or Technion - Israel Institute of Technology in a research or academic discipline held in common by both institutions.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This travel fellowship is only available at certain times during the academic year. For further information the application process and timelines, contact the Concordia International Office.

Gordon Ritchie Scholarship

The Gordon Ritchie Scholarship was established in 2006 through the generosity of Mr. Gordon Ritchie, BA 1989, Canadian Studies, through Concordia University's Adopt-A-Student Program. This non-renewable scholarship is intended to recognise and reward students currently enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Arts (History) program at Concordia University. The scholarship shall be granted to a full-time student who received the highest mark in the History of Canada (HIST 203/205) in the preceding academic year.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: History

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of History.

Gregory John Barker Award

This award was established by the family and friends of Gregory John Barker, BFA Music 2008 With Distinction, in his memory.

Gregory John Barker was a wonderful son, brother, uncle, nephew, and friend to many. He embraced life fully with great cheerfulness, single-mindedness, resourcefulness, and rugged independence. He was never satisfied with the status quo but always moved forward to face new challenges and to seek new pathways. He stubbornly danced to his own drum, often ignoring traditional conventions. Fully bilingual, he was very sociable and engaged readily with people.

From as early an age as 16, when he played the piano for the elderly on a geriatric floor at a local hospital, Gregory demonstrated a keen interest and commitment to helping others as a volunteer particularly when it facilitated healing and community-building. Later he went on to work as an English tutor to physically challenged adults (Neil Squire Foundation). While a music student at Concordia University, he regularly entertained a group of blind elderly residents in a seniors' home. Before he passed away, Gregory had undertaken teaching English as a second language to immigrants on a weekly basis.

Gregory was a man apart from the regular conventions of everyday life and society's norms. "Un boheme" by nature, he embraced life fully - befriending many from different language and cultural backgrounds and faith traditions. Above all, Gregory had huge creative talent and a deep sense of family and community.

The Gregory John Barker Award is intended to encourage and recognise students who are enrolled in the Department of Music and who are active in the community. Candidates will demonstrate a love of music and a dedication to community through volunteer work.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Music

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Gunther Brink/Petro-Canada Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1989 by Petro-Canada in honour of Gunther Brink, a retired faculty member in the Faculty of Commerce. This scholarship is available to all full-time students in the John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Hanna & Hébert Golf Classic Awards for Varsity Athletes

Established in 2013, the Hanna & Hébert Golf Classic Awards for Varsity Athletes are awarded to Concordia University's top student athletes based on athletic and academic merit.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

The award is part of the In-Course Scholarships program. No application is necessary; candidates are recommended to the Financial Aid and Awards Office by the Department of Recreation and Athletics.

Harry and Grace Colle Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1986 through a bequest to Concordia University by Mrs. Grace Colle. The awarding of this Scholarship continues the lifelong interest of Harry and Grace Colle in the education of young individuals. This scholarship is available to all full-time students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Harry Clinch Award in Geography

The Harry Clinch Award in Geography was established in 2007 through the generosity of donors to the former Harry Clinch Book Prize, as well as donors from the Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment, and friends. The Harry Clinch Award in Geography is intended to encourage and recognize excellence in Undergraduate students who are pursuing studies in the Geography program at Concordia University. Eligible candidates must be in their second year of studies with minimum of 24 credits completed in their programs at Concordia University. Candidates will be considered on the basis of academic excellence in first-year core courses (GEOG 220, 260, 272, 274, 290). This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Geography

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Geography, Planning, and Environment.

Heather and Erin Walker Humanitarian Award

This award was established in 1995 by the Faculty of Fine Arts through the donations of colleagues and friends to honour the memories of Heather Walker and her daughter, Erin. An academic advisor in the Office of Student Affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Heather Walker represented our best attitude toward students and both she and her daughter, Erin, were dedicated to humanitarian organizations such as Families for Children, Development and Peace and H.O.P.E. Awarded annually to a full- or part-time student enrolled in a Bachelor of Fine Arts, selection is made by the Office of Student Affairs, Faculty of Fine Arts based on demonstration of humanitarian service while in the pursuit of excellence in academic, artistic, and community service or related endeavours. For further information on the application process and submission deadline, contact the Office of Student Affairs in the Faculty of Fine Arts.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Interested candidates should contact the Office of Student Affairs in the Faculty of Fine Arts.

Heather Walker Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1995 by the Faculty of Fine Arts through the donations of colleagues and friends. Heather Walker was an academic advisor in the Office of Student Affairs and she represented our best attitude toward students. She graduated with a BFA in Cinema in 1980, and obtained a second BFA in Photography in 1988. Heather pursued successful artistic activities in Photography and was dedicated to humanitarian organizations such as Families for Children, Development and Peace and H.O.P.E. This scholarship is available to all full- or part-time students in one of the programs offered in Cinema or Photography. The recipient is selected by the Office of Student Affairs, Faculty of Fine Arts, on the basis of artistic and academic achievement, and on commitment to humanitarian activities. For further information on the application process and submission deadline, contact the Office of Student Affairs in the Faculty of Fine Arts.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema, Photography

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Interested candidates should contact the Office of Student Affairs in the Faculty of Fine Arts.

Helen McNicoll Art Prize Established by Betty Ann Elliott

This prize was established in 1975 in honour of Helen Galloway McNicoll, an impressionist painter, who was born in Toronto in 1879, and died in Dorset, England in 1915. The prize was established by her niece, the late Betty Ann Elliott to honour the work of this profoundly original and technically accomplished Canadian artist. This prize is awarded in alternate years to third-year students in Visual Arts and Art History who have shown exceptional talent. Selection is made upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Fine Arts.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Visual Arts, Art History

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Henry F. Hall Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1982 by the faculty and staff of Sir George Williams University in recognition of the many years of service given to the University by the late Dr. Henry F. Hall. This scholarship is available to all full-time students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Henry Gamer Award for Acting

This award was established in 1991 by Mrs. Sarah Gersovitz in the name of her brother, the actor Henry Gamer. The intent of the award is to recognize the most outstanding single performance each year by a graduating Theatre student. This award is open to a full-time student in Theatre.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Theatre

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Theatre Department.

Howard Gilmour Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Mr. Gilmour's partners at Richter, Usher and Vineberg, Chartered Accountants. This scholarship is available to all full-time students who are entering their second year and who are pursuing a major in Accountancy.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Accountancy

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

HSBC Women in Business Leadership Award

Established in 2014, the HSBC Women in Business Leadership Award is intended to recognize and reward academic excellence and leadership potential among female students enrolled full-time in Concordia University's John Molson School of Business, in either the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Administration program.

The award is open to qualified students entering their second year of studies. It is renewable in the following academic year on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and academic excellence (a minimum Last Annual GPA of 3.30 is required).

Qualified students wishing to be considered for this award must submit a 750 word essay describing their academic excellence during their Undergraduate studies in the John Molson School of Business, and how this is preparing them for leadership potential in the business world after completion of their studies.

Recipients of this award may be considered as candidates for summer internships at HSBC Bank Canada for management trainee programs at HSBC Bank Canada upon completion of their Undergraduate degree.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year following an application-based competition.

Hugh and Trudi Le Caine Award in Electroacoustics

This award was established in 2005 in honour of the Canadian electroacoustic pioneer, inventor, and composer Hugh Le Caine who built the first voltage-controlled synthesizer in the late 1940s, and his wife, a fierce advocate for all the arts, and first patron of the CEC, Trudi Le Caine. The Hugh and Trudi Le Caine Award in Electroacoustics is granted annually to a student who demonstrates commitment and ability in the field of electroacoustics. Open to students registered in an Electroacoustics course in the preceding academic year within the Music Department of the Faculty of Fine Arts. Interested candidates should contact the Chair of the Music Department.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Electroacoustic Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Inspec-Sol Scholarship

The Inspec-Sol Scholarship was established in 2007, and is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) program, whose commitment and spirit towards engineering, and their academic excellence, reflect the values exemplified by Inspec-Sol, a firm specialized in the fields of Geotechnical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Building Science, and Environmental Engineering. Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must have a minimum of 80 credits completed in their Bachelor of Engineering program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Civil Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Instructional Technology Award

The Instructional Technology Award is intended to encourage and reward students and teams of students currently enrolled in the final year of a Software Engineering or Computer Science undergraduate program at Concordia University undertaking Capstone or similar term projects in the area of e-learning technology, tools and techniques, preferably as applied to engineering and computer science education and whose commitment and spirit towards multi-media instructional technology, reflect the values exemplified by the best practices of Educational Technology.

Candidates for this award may be Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, or International Students. The award will be granted through competition to a team of full-time students in Software Engineering or Computer Science. All candidates must have a GPA of at least 2.00.

The criteria for the best project will include the following, but will not be limited to:

- Originality of project concept
- Innovation in implementation
- Incorporation of best practises in instructional technology

Students wishing to enter this award competition or seeking more information about it should contact the Office of the Dean in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, or the Department of Computer Science.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.

Irving Layton Awards

The Irving Layton Awards were established in 1988 by the Department of English, with the support of friends and colleagues, to honour one of Montreal's and Canada's finest poets. Irving Layton's association with Concordia University includes many years as a generous and inspiring teacher, distinctive service as a writer-in-residence, and status as an Adjunct Professor of English.

Two awards in the amount of $500 each are available to undergraduate students for excellence in the writing of poetry and fiction.

Any student currently registered in an undergraduate degree program at Concordia may compete. Entries must be original and unpublished. The poetry prize is awarded to the best single poem chosen from the overall submissions, the fiction prize to the best single story. The poetry portfolio may consist of one poem or several, but may not be longer than 5 pages. The fiction portfolio may consist of a single story of no more than 5,000 words.

Further details on deadlines, eligibility, submission requirements, and judging, may be found on the Department of English website.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: English

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Interested candidates should contact the Chair of the Department of English.

Jaan Saber, Phoivos Ziogas Memorial Scholarship

This award was established in 1998 by a former student and friend of Professors Jaan Saber and Phoivos Ziogas to honour their memory and continue their traditions of engineering excellence. Two in-course scholarships will be provided annually. These non-renewable scholarships are awarded by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee on the basis of academic achievement to full-time students who have completed at least twenty-four (24) full-time credits during the previous academic year at Concordia University. This award is open to all full-time students in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Jack L. Cummings Scholarships

The Jack L. Cummings Scholarships program was established in 2000 through the benevolence of the Maxwell Cummings Family Foundation, and is intended to reward and recognise excellent full-time Undergraduate students in any Faculty / School without restriction to area of studies. This scholarship is not renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Jad Saleh Student Life Award in Engineering

This award was established in 2012 through the generosity of Jad Saleh, B Engr 2012, who wishes to show his gratitude towards Concordia University and inspire other students to become involved in University student life while maintaining academic excellence. Applicants for this award must submit an essay detailing their contributions to student life in the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science through involvement in ECA activities. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are selected each Fall by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee.

James McQueen Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1979 by the family of the late James McQueen as a tribute to his interest in education and higher learning. This scholarship is available to all full-time Engineering and Computer Science students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

James Saya Award

This award was established in 1991 by the Contemporary Dance Department in memory of a colleague and friend, James Saya. It is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in the Contemporary Dance program at the University, whose commitment and spirit towards contemporary dance reflect the values exemplified by James Saya.

James Saya was a faculty member from 1985 to 1990; he was an active force in the community as a performer, choreographer, and rehearsal director. James was a sensitive, witty, and open-minded individual whose generosity towards his friends, colleagues, and students will be long remembered.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Contemporary Dance

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by department of Contemporary Dance.

Jean-François Bourassa Memorial Award

This award was established in 1996 by family, friends, and colleagues in memory of Jean-François Bourassa, a talented filmmaker and former student in the Department of Cinema at Concordia University. Awarded annually to an outstanding second-year Film Production student who has demonstrated an outstanding and creative use of cinematography in filmmaking, and has declared an interest in pursuing a professional career as a Director of Cinematography.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Jeri Brown Vocal A Cappella Performance Adopt-A-Student Scholarship

The Jeri Brown Vocal A Cappella Performance Adopt-A-Student Scholarship was established in 2010. The purpose of this competitive performance award is to provide a stimulus of inspiration to dedicated Music students who have sought to focus their energies on the choral or a capella art form.

It is hoped that this award will encourage and reward students in the Music program at Concordia University, with a Specialization in Jazz Studies or Integrative Music Studies, whose commitment and spirit towards Vocal Studies reflect the values and dedication exemplified in the professional life of vocal artist and educator Jeri Brown.

Candidates must demonstrate in writing their interest in Vocal Studies. Eligible applicants will also be assessed on their entrance dossiers and their ongoing performance in the program.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Jazz Studies, Integrative Music Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

John Molson International Business Association Scholarship

The John Molson International Business Association Scholarship was established in 2007 thanks to the JMSB International Business Association. This non-renewable scholarship is available to full-time students enrolled in the John Molson School of Business in the B.Comm. International Business program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: International Business

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

John Molson School of Business Scholarship for Academic Excellence

Established in 2013, the John Molson School of Business Scholarship for Academic Excellence is intended to recognize and reward top scholastic achievement in Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Administration students who are in their final year of studies. These scholarships are not renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

John N. and Sophia Economides In-Course Scholarship in the Fine Arts

Established in 2012, the John N. and Sophia Economides In-Course Scholarship in the Fine Arts is intended for the recognition and encouragement of a full-time Bachelor's student in any discipline of study in Concordia University's Faculty of Fine Arts. Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must be in their second year of studies or higher.

An alumnus of Sir George Williams University (BComm, 1941), Mr. Economides served on the board of directors of the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and became its president; he was also a director of the Concordia University Alumni Association, from 1985 to 1992 and served on Concordia's Board of Governors from 1987 to 1995, when he was named Governor Emeritus. Mr. Economides was invested in the Order of Canada in 1997 and received an honorary doctorate from Concordia University in 1998.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

John N. and Sophia Economides Scholarship in Engineering and Computer Science

The John N. & Sophia Economides Scholarship in Engineering and Computer Science was established in 2010 through the generosity of Sophia Economides. It is intended to encourage and reward full-time students currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Computer Science programs, in any area of study, at Concordia University.

An alumnus of Sir George Williams University (BComm, 1941), Mr. Economides served on the board of directors of the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and became its president; he was also a director of the Concordia University Alumni Association, from 1985 to 1992 and served on Concordia's Board of Governors from 1987 to 1995, when he was named Governor Emeritus. Mr. Economides was invested in the Order of Canada in 1997 and received an honorary doctorate from Concordia University in 1998.

The John N. and Sophia Economides Scholarship in Engineering and Computer Science will be awarded annually on the basis of academic excellence. Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must be in their second year of studies or higher.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

John N. and Sophia Economides Scholarship in the Humanities and Social Sciences

This scholarship was established in 2009 through the generosity of Sophia Economides. The John N. and Sophia Economides Scholarship in the Humanities and Social Sciences will be awarded annually on the basis of academic excellence to a full-time student who is enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts program in any of the following areas of study within the Humanities or Social Sciences sectors:

- Applied Human Sciences
- Classics, Modern Languages, and Linguistics
- Communication Studies
- Economics
- Education
- English
- Études Francaises
- Geography, Planning, and Environment
- History
- Journalism
- Liberal Arts College
- Philosophy
- Political Science
- Religion
- School of Community and Public Affairs
- Simone de Beauvoir Institute
- Sociology and Anthropology
- Theological Studies

Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must be in their second year of studies or higher.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Applied Human Science, Classics Modern Languages and Linguistics, Communication Studies, Economics, Education, English, Études Francaises, Geography Planning and Environment, History, Journalism, Liberal Arts College, Philosophy, Political Science, Religion, School of Community and Public Affairs, Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Sociology and Anthropology, Theological Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

John N. and Sophia Economides Scholarship in the Natural Sciences

This scholarship was established in 2008 through the generosity of Sophia Economides. The John N. and Sophia Economides Scholarship in the Natural Sciences will be awarded to a full-time student on the basis of academic merit, who enrolled in the Bachelor of Science program in any of the following areas of study:

- Biology
- Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Exercise Science
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Physics
- Psychology

Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must be in their second year of studies or higher.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Exercise Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics, Psychology

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

John N. and Sophia Economides Scholarship – John Molson School of Business

Established in 1999, this scholarship is available to full-time students enrolled in Bachelor of Administration and Bachelor of Commerce programs within the John Molson School of Business. Candidates must be in their second or third year of studies, with a minimum of 24.00 credits completed in program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

John W. O'Brien Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1984 to honour Dr. John W. O'Brien, the first Rector of Concordia University, for his contribution to Sir George Williams University and Concordia University. This non-renewable scholarship is available to full-time students in the Honours Economics program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Economics

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in consultation with the Economics department.

John W. Sancton Memorial Award

This award was established in 2005 in memory of John W. Sancton (1920-2004), who was a prominent figure in community newspapers in Quebec and in Canada. Mr. Sancton worked as a city editor at The Gazette and was the editor and publisher of The Westmount Examiner for over 30 years. He also served as president of the Canadian Weekly Newspapers Association and was a founding member of the Association of Quebec Regional English Media. The non-renewable John W. Sancton Memorial Award is intended for full-time Bachelor's students enrolled in the Department of Journalism, Print Journalism option. Preference is given to students who have published in community newspapers (including University newspapers) however the award is open to all full-time students in the Print Journalism option. For more information on applications and deadlines, contact the Department of Journalism.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Journalism.

Ken Cavanagh Memorial Award

The Ken Cavanagh Memorial Award was established in 2008 to honour the memory of Ken Cavanagh, and reward and encourage a full-time student studying at full-time at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business.

Ken Cavanagh earned a BA in English Literature in 1967 from Loyola College, now Concordia University. He believed strongly in the power of the written and spoken word and built his successful career on the basis of strong written communications skills. This award will serve to promote excellence, critical thought and creativity in the communications field—characteristics that defined Ken's exemplary and longstanding career at NATIONAL Public Relations.

This award will go to the student who has earned the highest mark in COMM 212 (Business Communication) during the current academic year. In the event of a tie in course grades, the award will be given to the student with the highest Grade Point Average.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Kit Brennan Playwriting Award

The Kit Brennan Playwriting Award was created in 2005 through the benevolence of Ms. Kit Brennan, Associate Professor in the Department of Theatre at Concordia University. Ms. Brennan's award-winning plays have been produced across Canada, and include Tiger's Heart, Spring Planting, Magpie, Hunger Striking, Having, and The Invisibility of Eileen. Candidates for this award must have a G.P.A. of at least 3.30, and must have completed THEA 341, 342, or 420 (or equivalent within the Department of Theatre). Selection of recipients is performed by a committee within the Department of Theatre on the basis of excellence, demonstrated potential in playwriting, and a submitted draft play. For further information on the application and submission process for consideration for this award, contact the Department of Theatre. This non-renewable award is open to full-time and part-time students.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Theatre

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Theatre.

La bourse d’excellence Marthe Catry-Verron

La bourse d'excellence Marthe Catry-Verron was established in 2007 in honour of Marthe Catry-Verron, whose longtime contributions to Concordia University, and exceptional leadership within the Departement d'études françaises, will always be appreciated. Marthe Catry-Verron was instrumental in the creation of the Co-Op Program in Translation, which is now recognised as one of the best in Canada. La bourse d'excellence Marthe Catry-Verron is intended to recognise and reward outstanding students in the Co-Op Program in Translation.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Etudes Francaises

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee by the Chair of the Etudes Francaises Department. Candidates will be considered on the basis of outstanding GPA and Co-Op Work Term performance..

Lanie Melamed Memorial Award in Applied Human Sciences

This award was named and established in 2011 in fond memory of the former professor of the University, Lanie Melamed, who passed away on August 7th, 2003 after battling breast cancer.

The Lanie Melamed Memorial Award in Applied Human Sciences is intended to encourage and reward Mature Entry students pursuing full-time undergraduate studies in Applied Human Sciences leading to a Bachelor's/Baccalaureate of Arts degree from the University. Eligible applicants must, at the time of their application for the award, must:

i) Be within their first year of full-time studies in Applied Human Sciences at Concordia University

ii) Have successfully completed a minimum of 12.00 credits in their program

iii) Have obtained a Grade Point Average of 3.30 or higher.

Preference shall be given to applicants who meet the above criteria, and also demonstrate volunteerism or community activism. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Applied Human Sciences

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA and letter of intent for admission to Applied Human Sciences.

Laurie Brodrick Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1995 in memory of Ms. Laurie Brodrick, an athlete and graduate of Concordia University. This scholarship is intended to provide assistance to a second-year full-time undergraduate athlete.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee during the Fall term every year in consultation with the Department of Athletics.

Leah Sherman Award in Art Education

Leah Sherman (Professor Emerita) Art Education, Faculty of Fine Arts at Concordia University was a student of Anne Savage — an important Montreal artist and educator whose work and influence she documented. Leah Sherman graduated from Sir George Williams College and did graduate work at New York University. After teaching at Baron Byng High School in Montreal, she joined the faculty at Sir George Williams University (later Concordia University) where she was one of the founding members of the Faculty of Fine Arts and was hired in 1960 as its first full time faculty member.

Leah Sherman initiated the Art Education program and was instrumental in the development of Fine Arts in the university. An early researcher in the history of Canadian Art Education, Leah Sherman has collaborated with Suzanne Lemerise on cross-cultural research in the history of Quebec art education. The non-renewable Leah Sherman Award in Art Education is intended to encourage students entering their final year of the BFA, with a specialization in Art Education - whose commitment to the vocation of the teaching of Art reflects the goals and values of Leah Sherman.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Art Education

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Art Education Department.

Le Château Stores Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1976 by Le Château Stores of Canada Limited. This scholarship is available to all full-time students in the John Molson School of Business who are entering their final year of study, and specializing in Marketing.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Marketing

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Leon Cynader Scholarship In The Sciences

Established in 2010 by Leon Cynader, SGW B Sc 1966, the Leon Cynader Scholarship In The Sciences will support and encourage students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science program in any area of study, in the Faculty of Arts and Science at Concordia University. The scholarship is renewable in subsequent years on the basis of continuing full-time enrolment in the Bachelor of Science program, and a Last Annual Grade Point Average of 3.30.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Leslie and Kaye Jowett Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1989 through the generosity of E. Leslie Jowett, a former Sir George Williams College student who returned to the University following his retirement and graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in 1982. This scholarship is available to all full-time students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Lewis Harris Memorial Award

Established in 2000 in memory of the late Mr. Lewis Harris through the benevolence of his friends and colleagues, the Lewis Harris Memorial Award is awarded annually to qualified full-time undergraduate students in the Department of Journalism. Candidates must have successfully completed JOUR 302 (Reporting Methods). Selection will take into account the student's performance and work submitted for this course. Selection of recipients shall be made by a committee within the Department of Journalism.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Journalism.

Liberal Arts College In-Course Scholarship

The Liberal Arts College In-Course Scholarship program is made possible through an endowment originally established by the Concordia University Provost in 1986, to fund scholarships in the Liberal Arts College. This non-renewable scholarship is awarded to a full-time student enrolled in the Western Society and Culture discipline of the Liberal Arts College. Candidates must be in their second year of studies or higher.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Liberal Arts College

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Lillian S. Robinson Memorial Scholarship in Womens' Studies

This scholarship program was originally established in 2001 in commemoration of the contributions of Professor Lillian S. Robinson to the field of Women's Studies. Professor Robinson was the Principal of Concordia University's Simone de Beauvoir Institute, which is devoted to the study of women's issues, and attracts women from a wide variety of backgrounds with diverse scholarly interests. Professor Robinson passed away in 2006, and this scholarship honours her memory.

The Lillian S. Robinson Memorial Scholarship in Women's Studies is open to Canadian citizens, Permanent Residents, and International students who have completed one year of full-time or part-time studies in a Bachelor of / Bacclaureate in Arts and Science, with a Major or Specialization in Women's Studies. Selection of scholarship recipients will be made by the University based upon the recommendation of a selection committee. This scholarship is not renewable, but may be awarded to the same student in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Women's Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Lise-Hélène Larin Scholarship in Drawing

Established in 2011 through the generosity of Lise-Hélène Larin, multidisciplinary artist and researcher in visual and media art, and a part-time instructor at Concordia University since 1984. Since 2000 she has exhibited her work in Montréal, in France, the United States, Belgium, and Germany. In 2001 Lise-Hélène Larin received an award of excellence for her research work in 3D animation. In 2011, she obtained a PhD in Études et practiques des arts from Université du Québec à Montréal.

Candidates for the Lise-Hélène Larin Scholarship in Drawing must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a Major in Painting and Drawing, and at least 30 credits completed. Selection of recipients of this scholarship will be made by Faculty members from the Department of Studio Arts. Selection criteria include, but are not limited to, consideration of whether a candidate employs an inventive approach to using 2D space using figurative and non-figurative elements of form in their work. This scholarship is not renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Faculty of Fine Arts. For further information on entering the competition for this scholarship, contact the Department of Studio Arts.

Lois and Stan Tucker Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1993 by Lois and Stan Tucker who have been friends of the Liberal Arts College since its inception, and believe that the love of learning and the development of intellectual curiosity constitute the basis for a fulfilled life. For further information, contact the Principal, Liberal Arts College. This scholarship is intended for students enrolled in the Liberal Arts College. Candidates must be in their second year of studies or higher.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Liberal Arts College

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarship Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year by the Liberal Arts College.

Lucien N. Rossaert Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1989 by friends, family, and colleagues of the late Lucien N. Rossaert in his memory, and in recognition of his contribution to education as a teacher, his service as Vice President in the Conseil Superieur de l'Education, and as Director of the South Shore School Board. Mr. Rossaert's father, Fernand Emile Rossaert, was associated with Sir George Williams University in the 1940s and 1950s. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Lucille Irvine Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1967 by Mrs. William Broidy in memory of the late Lucille Irvine, a devoted teacher and former member of the staff of Sir George Williams University. This scholarship is available to all full-time students pursuing a major in Psychology.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Psychology

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Magil Construction Ltd. Scholarships

A number of in-course scholarships are available through the generous support of Magil Construction Ltd. These scholarships are available to all full-time students pursuing a major in Building or Civil Engineering, and who have completed between thirty-five (35) and seventy (70) credits in the Building or Civil Engineering program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Building Engineering, Civil Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Magnus Flynn Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1983 to honour Magnus Flynn for his years of devotion to Sir George Williams University and Concordia University. This scholarship is awarded to a student in the John Molson School of Business with high academic standing, and who has made a strong contribution to student life. These scholarships are available to full-time and part-time students in the John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Marc Gervais Prize in Communication Studies

This Prize is named in fond memory of the former faculty member and alumnus of the University, Marc Gervais S.J., who passed away on March 25, 2012.

He was a professor in the Department of Communication Studies for 30 years. He was a colleague, a mentor, a friend and confidante. Father Marc Gervais was born in Sherbrooke, Quebec, in 1929. In 1950, he graduated from Loyola College (now Concordia University) with a Bachelor of Arts. In 1960, he earned a Master of Fine Arts in Drama at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., and in 1979 completed his PhD in film aesthetics at the Sorbonne. Dr. Gervais was ordained a Jesuit priest in 1963.

He was an expert on Ingmar Bergman and, in 1999, published his seminal work Ingmar Bergman: Magician and Prophet. He was a regular at the Cannes Film Festival and was known in film circles simply as “the Jesuit”. At the same time he was grounded in his faith and dedicated his career to preserving Loyola College's humanist tradition.

His film courses—there were many—were immensely popular with students and non-students. Themes included: Alfred Hitchcock, Hollywood in the Silent Era, Germany in the 1920s, John Ford and the Western and Ingmar Bergman and the Scandinavians, to name a few. Film Ideas, a course in which students analysed a film a week—usually at Cinema V and then in class—was especially well-liked, just like Father Marc Gervais himself.

Marc Gervais left a remarkable legacy in the Department of Communication Studies and his famous flair for teaching influenced many people at Concordia and beyond. His passion for film and humanism, along with his charismatic lectures, provided a rich and dynamic forum for teaching students how to appreciate and “read” film. The Department of Communication Studies endeavours to continue this tradition, recognizing the importance of its past practices by creating this prize for undergraduate students whose works embrace the spirit of Marc Gervais's enthusiasm and ideals for media arts.

The Prize shall be granted through competition to full-time students or recent graduates of the University, including Canadian citizens, permanent residents and international students, who have completed the requirements to graduate from the University with a Bachelor of Arts in any Communication Studies program or recent graduates of the University who have obtained their Bachelor of Arts in any Communication Studies program at the immediately preceding convocation. Students will compete for the Prize based on academic achievements and the quality and potential of their media arts projects.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Communication Studies

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Communication Studies following the adjudications of the departmental committee for this award.

Maria and Domenico Lonardo Scholarship

Established through the generosity of Maria and Domenico Lonardo's son Michael and their daughter-in-law, Olivia Lewis, in honour of Maria and Domenico's 60th wedding anniversary in October 2012, this scholarship is intended to recognize and encourage academic excellence in the study of immigrant life in Canada, from the Social Science or Humanities perspective - with a preference for History, among students enrolled in pertinent courses such as HIST 308 (Cultures in Contact: A History of Migrations to North America) and SOCI / ANTH 381 (Ethnic Communities in Canada).

The scholarship will be granted annually to the student who has received the highest final grade in HIST 308, with preference to students majoring in History. In the event that this course is not offered or if there are no qualified candidates, the scholarship will be offered to the student who received the highest grade in SOCI / ANTH 381. In both cases, in the event of a tie in course grades, the scholarship will be awarded to the student with the highest Last Annual GPA.

This scholarship is non-renewable, and is open to full-time and part-time students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: History, Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee as per the criteria listed above.

Marie-Rose Durocher Scholarship

Created in 2011 through the generosity of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, the Marie-Rose Durocher Scholarship is intended to support and encourage all Native students at Concordia to continue with their program and achieve their highest potential at the University.

Concordia University is dedicated to providing the best possible support services to First Nations, Métis and Inuit students. Concordia University's long standing commitment to Aboriginal education led to the creation of the Centre for Native Education in 1992, the first of its kind in Québec. In 2000, the Centre for Native Education, in collaboration with the School of Community and Public Affairs, spearheaded the creation of a Major in First Peoples Studies, a new program recently approved by Concordia Senate.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to students of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit origin
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in consultation with the Centre for Native Education in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Marlene Pring Memorial Scholarship

The Marlene Pring Memorial Scholarship was established in 2006 following a bequest from Ms. Pring. The Marlene Pring Memorial Scholarship is intended to recognise and reward female full-time students in their second year of studies in the B.Sc. Physics program. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Physics

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Maïr Verthuy Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1985 by colleagues and associates to honour Maïr Verthuy, a Professor at Concordia University. Intended for an undergraduate student whose Major is Women's Studies, the recipient must have completed sixty (60) credits with a minimum overall GPA of 3.00 of the completed credits, at least 30 of which must be in Women's Studies, with a minimum GPA of 3.50.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Women's Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Matthew Czerny Award

This award commemorates a young man who combined striking talent with a generous, collaborative personality. He died in a climbing accident in September 1995, just before his last year of studies towards his degree in Film Production. This award is granted to support the production of a documentary film by a second or third-year Cinema student. Judging is to be based on proposed scripts. Selection is done exclusively by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Max and Jessie Kaufman Memorial Scholarship in Judaic Studies

The Max and Jessie Kaufman Memorial Scholarship in Judaic Studies was established in 2005 through the generosity of Mr. Howard J. Kaufman, B.A. 1963. This scholarship is open to full-time students in the Judaic Studies program at Concordia University, in any year of study.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Judaic Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Maxi In-Class Case Competition Award At The John Molson School of Business

Established in 2013 through the benevolence of Provigo , this award is intended to reward and encourage full-time Undergraduate students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Administration programs at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business who are participating in the Undergraduate In-Class Case Competition.

The Maxi In-Class Case Competition Award At The John Molson School of Business will provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate the business acumen required to analyze and solve contemporary business problems. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the John Molson School of Business.

McGrath-Smith Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1981 in memory of the late Warrant Officer, P.J. McGrath, RCAF, and Sergeant F.W. Smith, RAF, who gave their lives in combat in 1942 during an anti-submarine flight operation. This scholarship is available to all full-time students pursuing a major in History and is awarded to the student who attains the highest grade in the History of Canada HIST 203/205.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: History

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year by the Department of History.

McLean Budden Scholarship

This scholarship program was established through the benevolence of McLean Budden, Investment Managers since 1947. It is granted on the basis of academic merit to a full-time student who is pursuing a Bachelor of / Baccalaureate in Commerce, majoring in Finance. This scholarship is not renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Finance

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Mel Hoppenheim Award

This annually funded award is made possible by the donation of Mr. Mel Hoppenheim, President of Cité du Cinéma. This award has been granted since 1985 in recognition of an outstanding student in the Film Production Program. Selection is done exclusively by the School of Cinema.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Mike King Memorial Scholarship

Created in 2010 in memory of Mike King by friends, family and colleagues, the purpose of this endowment is to provide an In-Course Scholarship to deserving undergraduate students in the Department of Journalism.

Mike King was a well-loved reporter who died June 13, 2010. He worked for The Montreal Gazette for 22 years, covering city, business and general assignment stories. He died at age 51 of a brain aneurysm. Being a journalist was never a job for Mike. For someone who instinctively liked and took an interest in people, it was his ideal occupation.

Preference given to a student who shows a committed preference for print or internet focused journalism. Recipients must have completed at least 24 credits in Journalism. The Mike King Memorial Scholarship is not renewable however recipients may be considered again in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Journalism.

MIX 96 - Nick Auf der Maur Memorial Scholarship

The MIX 96 - Nick Auf der Maur Memorial Scholarship was established in 1989 by the Mix 96 radio station to honour the late Nick Auf der Maur, and to promote and encourage Undergraduate studies in the fields of Communication Studies and Journalism. It is awarded to second-year students in Journalism or Communication Studies (in alternating years), who demonstrate academic excellence and an interest in radio broadcasting through courses completed in their programs.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Communication Studies, Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee by the Department of Communication Studies or the Department of Journalism every year.

Monsignor Andrew Sinal Memorial Scholarships

This scholarship was established in 2011 by the Slovak Catholic Church of Ascension Eastern Rite (Byzantine) in Montreal, in memory of Monsignor Andrew Sinal in recognition of his outstanding, devoted and exemplary service to the parish.

The Monsignor Andrew Sinal Memorial Scholarships are intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled full-time in Bachelor's programs in any discipline of study, whose excellent academic achievement meets the spirit of the scholarship. This scholarship is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time registration and a minimum Last Annual GPA of 3.30.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Morneau Shepell Student Scholarship

Established in 2010 through the benevolence of Morneau Shepell, the largest Canadian-based HR services company, the Morneau Shepell Student Scholarship is intended to recognise and reward excellence in Actuarial Mathematics students. Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must have a minimum Last Annual GPA of 3.00 or higher, and must submit an application, curriculum vitae, and an essay. Submissions will be adjudicated by a committee in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, which will provide its recommendation to the Financial Aid and Awards Office and the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Actuarial Mathematics

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Muriel Winnifred Niemi Memorial Scholarship

Muriel Willifred Niemi was "traveller, professor, writer, lover of poetry." Born in 1922 in Montréal, she passed away in 2011 in Vancouver.

Muriel grew up in Montréal during the Depression. She attended the commercial program at Verdun High School because her mother, with the best of intentions, thought that being a secretary would be a good safe job for a young woman of limited prospects. After working for a bank and while maintaining a secretarial position with the International Air Transport Association, Muriel earned her BA in 1950 through evening courses at Sir George Williams University, a founding institution of Concordia University.

Years later, earning a Doctorate from Harvard University and professorships at several Canadian and American Universities was sweet vindication for Muriel. She was committed to the value of higher education and the mind-broadening experience of travel.

Established in 2013 at Muriel's bequest, this non-renewable scholarship recognizes academic excellence in part-time students, in any discipline of study, at Concordia University.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Nabil Esmail Undergraduate Excellence in Engineering Scholarship

Established in 2010, the Nabil Esmail Undergraduate Excellence in Engineering Scholarship is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Engineering program at Concordia University, whose commitment and spirit towards academic excellence in engineering reflect the values exemplified by Dr. Nabil Esmail, the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science from 1997 to 2008. Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must have at least 90 credits completed in program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Nadia Gagliano Student Teaching Award

The Nadia Gagliano Student Teaching Award is intended to encourage and reward excellent students who will exemplify the characteristics that best describe Nadia Gagliano (1979-2002). Nadia was always willing to help others, provide support, and she was highly esteemed and respected by her peers. The Nadia Gagliano Student Teaching Award will be granted through competition on the basis of academic excellence and written personal statements. It is open to all 4th-year full-time or part-time students in the Early Childhood and Elementary Education (ECEE) program at Concordia University. Candidates will be evaluated based on the following criteria: Strong academic standing (Grade Point Average of 3.5 or higher), involvement in community activities, team player, motivated, hardworking, dedicated to children and the profession of education; professional attitude, strong interpersonal skills, and personal qualities (i.e. warm, energetic, positive, caring).

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Education

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Education.

Nawaf Al-Rufaie Scholarship in Communication Studies

This scholarship for full-time students in Communication Studies was established in 2006 in memory of Nawaf Al-Rufaie, by his family. The Nawaf Al-Rufaie Al-Rufaie Scholarship in Communication Studies is intended to encourage and reward talented Communication Studies students at Concordia University who exemplify the characteristics of Nawaf Al-Rufaie, BA Communication Studies 2004. Candidates are required to submit a 500 word essay.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Communication Studies

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Nicholas Racz Memorial Scholarship

This award was established by the friends and associates of Nicholas Racz in a tribute to his character and indomitable spirit. In his life he gave much of himself to those around him, and his friends felt that it would be fitting that his sense of caring for others be continued through the implementation of this scholarship. This scholarship is available to all full-time students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Norman McLaren Film Animation Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1981 by the late Norman McLaren, an animation filmmaker. This scholarship is awarded to a full-time Film Animation student. Selection is done exclusively by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Pariso Scholarships in Communication Studies

The Parislo Scholarships In Communication Studies were established through the generosity of Mr. Stephen Pariso, BA 04 Communication Studies, and his wife, Ms. Shauna Vineberg–Pariso. The Pariso Scholarships are intended to encourage and reward undergraduate students currently enrolled in the Communication Studies program at Concordia University with great hopes that the recipients of the scholarship will make future contributions to bursaries and scholarships that ease the difficult financial burdens faced by Canadian and International students. Mr. Pariso and Ms. Vineberg-Pariso feel that the rate of innovation increases at the intersection of multiple disciplines and that diverse people of diverse backgrounds (and ages) contribute crucially to a rich, constantly evolving learning experience.

One scholarship shall be awarded to full-time students in the Communication Studies program who have a different background than the majority of students enrolled in the program -- including (but not limited to) outstanding returning students that are pursuing lifelong learning with any life experience in areas other than Communication Studies. This scholarship requires the submission of an application and supporting statement.

The second scholarship shall be awarded automatically on the basis of outstanding GPA, achieved in the previous year at Concordia University, to outstanding full-time undergraduate students that are pursuing their first-ever undergraduate degree. Students must be pursuing this degree in the Department of Communication Studies at Concordia University.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Communication Studies

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Patrick Phelan and Adelina Giannascoli Scholarship In Memory of Danny Phelan

The Patrick Phelan and Adelina Giannascoli Scholarship In Memory Of Danny Phelan was created through the generosity of Patrick Phelan and Adelina Giannascoli. Patrick is an alumnus of Concordia University, BComm 1987 and Vice-President at BMO Nesbitt-Burns, one of the leading financial services corporations in Canada. Patrick is also involved in the Concordia University fund-raising programs as a donor and a canvasser. Adelina is Secretary Treasurer and Partner at Guru Bicycle Mfg. Inc., a leading custom high-end bicycle manufacturer in Canada. This scholarship is intended to encourage and reward full-time Undergraduate students pursuing their studies in the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Paul Arsenault Award

The Paul Arsenault Award was established in his honour in 2008 by the Friends of Concordia Men's Hockey Alumni.

Paul Arsenault's career as a head hockey coach is legendary in university circles. Over a 27-year span he guided the Sir George Williams Georgians, Loyola Warriors, and the Concordia Stingers to 16 conference championships. His overall record of 597-318-66 is one of the all-time best in North America. Paul came to Montréal in 1963 to coach the Sir George Williams Georgians and transformed a mediocre squad into a national contender, capturing six league titles in nine years. In 1972 he crossed town to take over the reins of the Loyola Warriors and he quickly directed them to a league championship. With the merger of Sir George and Loyola in 1974, Paul led the Concordia Stingers to nine titles. He was twice named Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union Coach of the Year. Away from the bench, Paul held several administrative responsibilities, including that of Associate Director of Athletics at Concordia. He also served a two-year term on Canada's Fitness Council. Paul Arsenault was inducted into Concordia's Sports Hall of Fame as a builder in 1999. He has also been inducted as a member of the coaching staff of the 1965-66 Sir George Williams men's hockey team.

The Friends of Concordia Men's Hockey was set up in the late 1990's to help cultivate and expand the relationships and networks of those who had played in Men's Varsity Hockey at Concordia University. Since then it has grown to include the Men's Varsity Hockey Alumni of Sir George Williams University and Loyola College and the integration of all three. The Friends of Concordia Men's Hockey also now includes the promotion and championing of the current Concordia University Men's Varsity Hockey Team.

The Paul Arsenault Award is open to all student athletes who are entering their second year of participation with the program. Candidates must meet all Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) eligibility requirements, which include maintaining a GPA of 2.00 while enrolled in a minimum of 18.00 credits during the academic year in which the award is held. This award is non-renewable, and may only be held once.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year by the Department of Athletics.

PEAK Financial Group Scholarship

The PEAK Financial Group Scholarship was created in 2001 through the generosity of Mr. Robert Frances, President and CEO of PEAK Financial Group. Mr. Frances is an alumnus of Concordia, B. Comm. ‘87 and M.B.A. ‘91. Mr. Frances works in the financial and investment field, and is involved at Concordia on several committees. The PEAK Financial Group Scholarship is intended to support and encourage outstanding full-time students at Concordia's John Molson School of Business in the area of Finance (personal finance, tax, investment). This scholarship may be renewed if the recipient successfully completes all courses and attains a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.00.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Finance

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

PENTOR Finance - CAAMP Foundation Award

Established in 2014, the PENTOR Finance - CAAMP Foundation award is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in the John Molson School of Business, in the Bachelor of Commerce program with a Major in Finance.

PENTOR Finance is a Quebec-based private lender providing customized residential first mortgages. The CAAMP Foundation is a charitable organization committed to the advancement of education and financial literacy.

The award is non-renewable, and is granted through competition and academic merit. Candidates must have previously taken and passed FINA 450, and must submit a 600 word essay describing their community involvement. The award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Finance

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year following an application-based competition.

PepsiCo Award For Top Athletes

Established in 2011, the PepsiCo Award For Top Athletes highlights the importance of ensuring that student athletes meet the challenges of pursuing their studies, training and competing in Varsity sports, and becoming leaders. This award is granted to Undergraduate students enrolled second year or higher in a Bachelor's program in any area of study, who demonstrate leadership and academic excellence.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Athletics.

Peter Glasheen Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1986 by friends, associates, and family of the late Peter Glasheen as a tribute to the spirit of his life, a major aspect of which was his abiding commitment to young people, their education, and their future. This scholarship is available to all full-time students who are pursuing a major in International Business.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: International Business

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Peter Kruyt Award for Student Leadership and Engagement

The Peter Kruyt Award for Student Leadership and Engagement was established in 2014 in honour of Peter Kruyt by Carolyn and Richard J. Renaud, with deep appreciation for Peter's leadership and dedication to Concordia University.

This award is intended to reward and encourage Undergraduate and Graduate students who demonstrate a high level of academic achievement, as well as personal engagement and leadership withing the Concordia University community, and the community at large.

The award is available to Undergraduate in Bachelor's programs, and Graduate students in alternating years. When the competition is open at the Undergraduate level candidates must submit a 750-word statement detailing their commitment to leadership and community engagement, and two supporting reference letters from Concordia staff and/or those in the community at large.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year.

Peter Matthews Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1987 by his family to honour the memory of Peter Kent Matthews, who passed away in 1986. This award is available to all full-time Computer Science students who have completed a minimum of thirty (30) credits in the program, and are entering the second or final year of their undergraduate program, or entering the first or second year of a Master's program. Candidates must demonstrate community service and involvement in addition to academic excellence.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Computer Science

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.

Pfizer Canada Co-Op Award of Excellence in Accountancy and Finance

Established in 2013 by Pfizer Canada, this non-renewable award will recognize Co-Op students in the Accountancy and Finance programs at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business, and promote Pfizer Canada's commitment to building healthier communities through relevant volunteer and extra-curricular activities. Candidates will be considered by the Institute for Co-Operative Education on the basis of their being in good standing as a Co-Op student, minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 with no failed courses, having previously completed at least 1 Work Term, and participating in volunteer work or extracurricular activities promoting healthy habits and lifestyles.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Accountancy, Finance

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each Spring by the Institute for Co-Operative Education.

Pia Wilkinson Chapman Memorial Scholarship

This award was created by Dr. Jean Chapman, Research Associate at the Simone de Beauvoir Institute, and Dr. Paul F. Wilkinson, in memory of their daughter Pia Wilkinson, who passed away due to stomach cancer. Pia passed away soon after her son, Joseph Thomas, was born. Pia would have wanted her son to know that she encouraged a young woman to complete her program of study.

Candidates for this award must be in their third year of studies with at least 60 credits completed, including WSDB 290, 291, and 292 (WSDB core courses) and the highest GPA in these courses. This award is not renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Women's Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in consultation with the Simone de Beauvoir Institute each year.

Pierre Giguère Award for Male Basketball

Established in 2013 by Pierre Giguère, a fan of basketball, this award is intended to recognise and reward excellence among members of the Concordia Stingers Men's Basketball team at Concordia University.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year by the Department of Athletics.

Political Science Jean H. Picard Foundation Scholarships

A number of scholarships are available to Political Science students. Interested students should contact the Chair of the Political Science Department.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Political Science

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Political Science.

Prix d’Excellence en Études Urbaines Cardinal Hardy

The Prix d'Excellence en Études Urbaines Cardinal Hardy was established in 2007 as part of the Undergraduate Entrance Scholarship Program, and also as part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarship Program, through the generosity of Groupe Cardinal Hardy. This in-course award is intended to support and encourage full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts with a Major, Specialization, or Honours in Urban Studies. Candidates must have completed at least 24 credits in their Bachelor's programs at Concordia University. The Prix d'Excellence en Études Urbaines Cardinal Hardy is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Urban Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Professor Carmine Di Michele Scholarships

The Professor Carmine Di Michele Scholarship was created in 1982 through the generosity of Professor Carmine Di Michele, his colleagues, friends and former students, in honour of his long service to Concordia University, 1968- 1983. As part of his pedagogy, Professor Di Michele presented inspiring theatre productions of Italian plays that infused vitality into the university's Italian studies program and strengthened the ties between the Italian community and Concordia. This scholarship represents the longstanding and strong relationship between Professor Di Michele and the university. Two scholarships are available annually to full-time undergraduate students pursuing a major in Italian studies, language, literature or culture: one scholarship will go to a student enrolled in the BA honours program (60 credits) in Italian studies, the other scholarship will go to a student enrolled in BA major (42 credits) Italian studies. Full time students with a minimum of 30 credits in Italian language, literature or culture may also be considered. If in any year there is no suitable honours /major candidate, recipients may be selected from the same category in order of GPA at the discretion of the department. Recipients must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents. The scholarship is not renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Italian

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year by the Department of Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics.

Professor Mervin Butovsky Memorial Award

This award was established in 2010 in memory of Professor Mervin Butovsky. Mervin was Professor Emeritus of Concordia University, where he taught for forty years and was much beloved by his students and colleagues. He was known by all for his lifelong commitment to scholarship and his deep love of the written word. The Professor Mervin Butovsky Memorial Award is available annually to a full-time student in Judaic Studies or English Literature in alternating years.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Judaic Studies, English Literature

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Project Hero Scholarship

Concordia University is pleased to be the first institution in Québec to support the Project Hero Scholarship initiative.

Project Hero is an initiative started by Kevin Reed who was recently appointed honorary lieutenant-colonel of 31 Service Brigade, an army reserve unit headquartered in London, Ontario. Mr. Reed was inspired by the work of former Chief of Defence Staff, General Rick Hillier, (Retired) now Chancellor of Memorial University, and approached him about starting a program which would provide a scholarship or tuition waiver for the children of Canadian Forces staff who were killed while on active duty. Mr. Hillier was quick to embrace the idea.

Candidates for the Project Hero Scholarship must:
- Be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident,
- Be aged 26 years or younger,
- Be a dependent child of Canadian Forces personnel deceased while serving in an active mission (operational mission or training for such a mission dating back to February 2002 for both theatres of combat and peacekeeping missions).

The scholarship is intended to assist with tuition expenses, and is available to full-time students enrolled in Bachelor's programs meeting all of the above-stated criteria. The scholarship is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and a minimum GPA of 3.30. Candidates wishing to be considered for this award must contact Doug Gardhouse, Undergraduate Awards Manager (Financial Aid and Awards Office).

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

Candidates for this merit-based scholarship are considered at any time of the academic year by the Financial Aid and Awards Office on behalf of the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee upon presentation of documented proof that they meet the eligibility requirements stated above.

Provost In-Course Scholarship for the Simone de Beauvoir Institute

The Provost In-Course Scholarship for the Simone de Beauvoir Institute is intended to encourage and reward full-time students in the Faculty of Arts and Science who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in Women's Studies. Candidates must be in their second year of studies or higher. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Women's Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

P.T.R. Pugsley Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in the 1960s by friends of the late Professor Pugsley to commemorate his many years of service as Senior Professor in the Faculty of Commerce at Sir George Williams University. This scholarship is available to all full-time students in the John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Radu Zmeureanu Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2012 and is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in the Building Engineering Program at the University, whose commitment and spirit towards Engineering reflect the values exemplified by Dr. Radu G. Zmeureanu.

Dr. Radu G. Zmeureanu has been a professor of Building Engineering since 1987 and is currently Associate Dean, Student Academic Services. He is an expert in Sustainable Development, Energy Efficiency in Building, Modeling of Energy Performance of Buildings and HVAC Systems. Dr. Zmeureanu strongly believes in the importance of supporting student academic excellence.

The Scholarship is non-renewable and shall be granted on the basis of academic achievement (high Last Annual GPA) to a full-time student enrolled in the second year or higher of a course of study leading to a Bachelor's /Baccalaureate of Building Engineering degree.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Building Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Rassemblement des Chrétiens du Moyen-Orient (RCMO) Award

Established in 2010, the RCMO Award is intended to encourage and reward academic excellence in the study of Middle Eastern Christianities.

In years in which the course Middle Eastern Christianities (RELI 398X) is offered, this award will be granted upon recommendation of the course instructor to an Undergraduate or Graduate Diploma student registered in this course, on the basis of academic excellence.

In years in which RELI 398X is not offered or there is no candidate among course registrants, the award shall be available to students at the M.A. or Ph.D. level in the Department of Religion on the basis of nominations by faculty members in the Department of Religion. M.A. and Ph.D. candidates will be considered following an appreciation of their academic merit (examination grades and research essays) in their work related to Middle Eastern Christianity (early or modern) and overall performance in program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Religion

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Religion.

Reverend John C.T. Johnson Memorial Scholarship

The Reverend John C.T. Johnson Memorial Scholarship was established in 2007 in memory of the Reverend John C.T. Johnson, who passed away in February 2005. Reverend Johnson was a double graduate of Concordia University, graduating with a B.Sc. in 1963 (Sir George Williams University) and a Graduate Diploma in Theological, Religious, and Ethical Studies in 1981. The Reverend John C.T. Johnson Memorial Scholarship is an in-course award intended to encourage and reward full-time and part-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts M.E.P. (Mature Entry Program) in either the Department of Religion or the Department of Theology. The non-renewable scholarship will be awarded in alternating years to qualified students studying in these departments.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Religion, Theological Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Richard J. Renaud Athletic Awards

The Richard J. Renaud Athletic Awards were established in 2002 to honour Mr. Renaud on the occasion of the University presenting him with the Loyola Medal on January 22, 2002. Recipients must be Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS)-eligible student athletes, and members of a Concordia University varsity team. Recipients must also be enrolled full-time, and in good academic standing.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year by the Department of Athletics.

Richard Laurence Weldon Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1969 through the estate of Richard Laurence Weldon. This scholarship is available to all full-time Engineering and Computer Science students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Richard M.H. Cheng Award

The Richard M. H. Cheng Award was established by the family of Professor Cheng to commemorate his 25 years of service at Concordia University and to promote the concept and practice of engineering design among young mechanical engineers.

Selection of the award will be made by an Advisory Committee to the Chair, Department of Mechanical Engineering and the criteria of excellence will include evidence of creativity, usefulness, detailed design, reporting and presentation.

Awarded annually to a full-time undergraduate student, or group of students, of the Mechanical Engineering program who is judged to have demonstrated excellence in a student project that is devoted to open-ended engineering design.

Please note that all students entering this competition must have a Last Annual GPA as well as a Cumulative GPA of at least 2.00.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Mechanical Engineering

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Robert Daniel Ball Memorial Award

This scholarship was established in 1999 in memory of Robert Daniel Ball, a student of Music at Concordia University. Robert Daniel Ball was a remarkable individual who never let his illness get him down; he always maintained a sense of self-worth and optimism. The award is open to deserving full-time students in their third year who have demonstrated a sensitivity to the world in some notable fashion, either by helping others or through overcoming some personal obstacle. Applications must be accompanied by two letters of reference from full-time or part-time faculty in the Department of Music. For further information about this award and the availability of application forms, contact the Department of Music.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Music

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Robert V. Tucker Memorial Award

Robert V. Tucker was a gentle man from Twin Falls, Idaho, who, after gaining world experience, completed university and devoted his life to the insurance industry and his family. Robert V. Tucker deeply cared about those around him and was always prepared to go out of his way to help anyone in need. He was a tireless and dedicated professional who exemplified a work ethic characterized by both respect for his employer and for his customers. He passed away from cancer in 2006 at the age of 71.

The Robert V. Tucker Memorial Award was established in 2007 through the generosity of the Tucker family. It is intended to encourage and reward promising full-time students who may have taken a non-traditional path to reach their current status, and who chose to study in their second year of studies or higher in the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science program in the Specialization in Actuarial Mathematics program. Candidates' commitment must reflect the values and the lifelong work exemplified by the late Robert V. Tucker. Candidates for this award may be Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students. Qualified students wishing to be considered for this award must submit a 500-word essay describing how their world experience has contributed to their current appreciation of their educational opportunities. Adjudication of candidate submissions will be based on content, the quality of the applicant's reasoning, and the written expression of ideas. The award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Actuarial Mathematics

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Ron Meisels Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2006 through the benevolence of Mr. Ron Meisels. The Ron Meisels Scholarship is intended to encourage and reward an excellent full-time student who is enrolled in their second year in the Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management Program in the John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: KWPMP

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the John Molson School of Business following an application-based competition in the Kenneth Woods Portfolio Management Program.

Ross Perigoe Memorial Scholarship

This Scholarship is named in memory of the former faculty member of the University, Ross Perigoe, who passed away on January 4th, 2012. Ross Perigoe was a fellow of the Loyola International College and a long-serving member of the Department of Journalism, having started teaching at the University in 1985. During his quarter-century at Concordia, he taught hundreds of broadcast students, many of whom are now working in newsrooms across Canada.

The purpose of this annual in-course Scholarship is to support and encourage students in Journalism who demonstrate academic scholarship, integrity and a commitment to truth in journalism. Candidates must be pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, and who have chosen any of the audiovisual track options offered by the Department of Journalism, and have a minimum of 30 credits in Journalism courses at Concordia University.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Department of Journalism.

RSM Richter Scholarship

Created through the benevolence of RSM Richter, one of the largest independent accounting, business advisory and consulting firms in Canada, this scholarship is intended to support and encourage full-time Undergraduate students studying accounting at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business. Recipients must have completed one year of full-time studies. The RSM Richter Scholarship is not renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Accountancy

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Russell Breen Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1985 in honour of Dr. Russell Breen for his many years of dedication and service to Loyola College and Concordia University. This scholarship is available to all full-time students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Ruth Louise Vaughan Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1984 by the Vaughan Family in memory of their sister and daughter. This scholarship is available to all full-time Fine Arts students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Ryan F. Cianflone Memorial Award

Ryan Francis was a promising young student at Concordia University who played Rugby at the University. Ryan was a student who was open to the community around him, who loved to be involved in sports activities, and who while carrying out many extracurricular activities showed progressive and marked improvement with his grades throughout his studies. The Ryan F. Cianflone Memorial Award was established by Dr. & Mrs. C.G. Cianflone in 2007, and is intended to encourage and reward full-time students currently enrolled in Bachelor's programs in the Faculty of Arts and Science, whose commitment and spirit toward sports, student life activities at Concordia and/or in the community reflect the values exemplified by Ryan Francis.

Applicants for this scholarship may be Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, or International Students. Along with their applications, candidates must submit a 500-word essay outlining how their experience either in sports or student life activities at Concordia University, or within the community at large, has contributed to their current appreciation of their educational opportunities. Essays will be adjudicated based on content, the quality of reason, and the written expression of ideas.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Samson Bélair / Deloitte & Touche Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1976 by the Chartered Accountant firm of Arthur Andersen and Company, and renamed in 2004 as the Samson Bélair/Deloitte & Touche Scholarship. This scholarship is available to all full-time students entering his/her final year, whose major is Accountancy.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Accountancy

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Samuel Jacobson and Goldie Schacter-Jacobson Award

Established in 2014, the Samual Jacobson and Goldie Schacter-Jacobson Award encourages full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts program at Concordia University, with a Major or higher in History or Psychology. Candidates must write a 600 word essay demonstrating community involvement with seniors, children and youth, the homeless, etc. This award is renewable on the basis of continuing full-time enrollment and ongoing community involvement.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: History, Psychology

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year.

Sandhya and Swati Sharma Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2007 through the generosity of Professor Mahesh Sharma, in memory of his beloved daughters, Sandhya and Swati Sharma, who died in the Air India plane crash on June 23 1985. The Sandhya and Swati Sharma Memorial Scholarship is intended to recognise and reward full-time students in the John Molson School of Business, enrolled in the Major in Supply Chain Operations Management. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Supply Chain Operations Management

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Sandra and Leo Kolber Scholarships in Cinema

The Sandra and Leo Kolber Scholarships in Cinema are intended to recognize and reward outstanding full-time and part-time Undergraduate students enrolled in the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema in the areas of Film Production, Film Studies, and Animation. These non-renewable scholarships are open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Sarah Leaney Award in Ceramics and Fibres

Sarah Leaney died in a tragic accident 15 years ago while exploring an old building just a few months after she graduated from the Bath School of Art and Design in England. Known for her passion, creativity, excellence, and practicality, she moved freely between sculpture/ceramics and fibres. She was also noted as being uncompromising in her personal artistic vision. Supported by her parents and sister, she demonstrated courage, strength and conviction in following her dream and her passion. She was a risk taker in her art and in her life.

The Sarah Leaney Award in Ceramics and Fibres was created in 2012 by her parents, Chris and Ron, sister Louise, nieces Amy and Emily, extended Austin family members, Pam, Peter and Kevin, and Cathy Watt and Kathleen Wood, to celebrate the life of Sarah Leaney. The Award is intended to encourage and reward students currently enrolled in the Studio Arts Major program in Ceramics or in Fibres at the University, whose commitment and spirit towards art reflect the values exemplified by Sarah Leaney.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Ceramics, Fibres

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Faculty of Fine Arts.

Sean Wall Scholarship

The Sean Wall Scholarship was established in 1992 by his parents, Deanna and Ted, and his brothers, George and Wilder, as a tribute to Sean Wall who was a promising young Film Production student at Concordia University. The Sean Wall Scholarship is awarded to the most outstanding Cinema student entering their second year of study. Selection will be made by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema on the basis of work completed during the first year at Concordia University.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Shoukat M. Hashim Scholarship of Excellence in Engineering

This scholarship was established in 2012 by Mr. Shoukat M. Hashim, B. Eng. (Mechanical Engr.), Concordia 1977, to encourage students to pursue their studies in Engineering. This non-renewable scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a full-time student entering their second year of studies in Mechanical Engineering.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Mechanical Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Silas Katz Memorial Scholarship

First awarded in 1984, this scholarship was made possible through donations from faculty, students and staff, in memory of the late Dr. Silas Katz, Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Open to students whose major is Mechanical Engineering with between 30 and 90 credits completed.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Mechanical Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Sophie de Villers Memorial Scholarship

Established in 2011, the Sophie de Villers Memorial Scholarship is intended to encourage and reward Undergraduate students currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Science program at Concordia University, whose commitment towards life sciences reflect the values exemplified by Sophie de Villers, BA (Psychology) 1983. Preferred candidates for this scholarship will be enrolled in a Major, Specialization, or Honours in Behavioural Neuroscience, Biology, or Environmental Science. This scholarship is renewable on the basis of continuing enrollment and a Last Annual GPA of at least 3.30

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Psychology, Biology, Environmental Science

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Sportsnet Scholarship in Communication Studies and Journalism

The Sportsnet Scholarship for Communication Studies and Journalism was established in 2003 through the generosity of Sportsnet Inc. The scholarship is open to full-time Undergraduate students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts program with a Major, Specialization, or Honours in Communication Studies or Journalism, as well as full-time students in the Graduate Diploma in Journalism. Candidates must have at least one semester of studies completed in the aforementioned areas of study, with an interest in a career in the areas of Sports Journalism or Sports Broadcasting.

The Sportsnet Scholarship program is intended for students from groups that are under-represented in the fields of Sports Journalism and Sports Broadcasting: visible minorities, aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and other groups who without the recognition afforded by this scholarship program, might not be represented in the profession in meaningful numbers.

While preference will be given to qualified candidates from these aforementioned under-represented groups, all students meeting the basic academic and program requirements are eligible to apply for consideration. In the event of candidates with equal qualifications as judged by the selection committee, preference will be given to students in the under-represented groups cited above. The Sportsnet Scholarship in Communication Studies and Journalism is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Communication Studies, Journalism

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term each year by the Communication Studies and Journalism departments.

SR Telecom Scholarship

This scholarship, established in 1993, is funded by an endowment provided by SR Telecom Inc. This scholarship is available to all full-time students pursuing a major in Electrical Engineering.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Electrical Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Stacie Lee Bessner Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1978 by the Bessner family in memory of their daughter, Stacie Lee. This scholarship is available to all full-time students in the John Molson School of Business.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Stan Heaps Scholarships

This scholarship was established in as the Department of Computer Science Scholarship in 1996 by Dr. Clement Lam, and was re-named the Stan Heaps Scholarship in 2003 in honour of Professor Stan Heaps. Professor Heaps was the first Chairman of the Department of Computer Science at the Sir George Williams Campus. He was the key person in the initial stages of development of the department, who shaped the curriculum at the Undergraduate level. Professor Heaps paved the way for the introduction of the Masters' and Doctoral programs in Computer Science. He was a dedicated teacher, the author of several textbooks, a devoted researcher, and a caring and wonderful person. The Professor Stan Heaps Scholarships are available to students who have completed at least 50 (fifty) credits in the Bachelor of Computer Science program (any discipline), and the Bachelor of Engineering (Software Engineering) program.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Computer Science, Software Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Stelcner Family Prize

This in-course scholarship was established in 1999 through the generosity of the Stelcner family. It provides recognition and incentive for excellent students in the Economics Co-Op program at Concordia University. The Stelcner Family Prize will be awarded annually to the two top Economics Co-Op students. Candidates must be members of the Economics Co-Op program, with a minimum of one year of studies completed in this area.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Economics

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Stelvio Software Engineering Excellence Scholarship

The Stelvio ‘Software Engineering Excellence' Scholarship was established in 2001 via an endowment to promote excellence in the field of Software Engineering. Stelvio Inc. is a Montréal-based software house founded in 1990 by a Concordia University Electrical Engineering graduate. The endowment provides for one (1) annual In-Course Scholarship. The Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee shall award the non-renewable scholarship on the basis of academic achievement to full-time students who have completed at least twenty-four (24) full-time credits during the previous academic year at Concordia University. This award is open to all full-time students pursuing a major in Computer Engineering (System Software Engineering Option) or a major in Computer Science (Software Engineering Program).

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Computer Engineering, Computer Science

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Steve Metaxas Scholarship in Finance

This In-Course Scholarship was established through the benevolence of Mr. Steve Metaxas, BComm 1989. The Steve Metaxas Scholarship in Finance is intended to encourage and reward an excellent full-time student enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) program in the John Molson School of Business. This scholarship is not renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: John Molson School of Business
Department/Concentration: Finance

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are selected automatically by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year.

Surface 3 Award In Design

Established in 2011 thanks to the generosity of Jason Shatilla and Carla El Samra, the Surface 3 Award In Design will encourage and reward students graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts - Major in Design at Concordia University. Candidates will be selected on the basis of a work submitted for adjudication by the committee for this award in the Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Design and Computation Arts.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Design

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Faculty of Fine Arts following an annual competition. For further information on the competition deadline contact the Department of Design and Computation Arts.

Susan Levin-Woods Scholarship

This award was established in 1988 by Susan Levin-Woods, a graduate of Concordia University. This scholarship is available to a Canadian woman who has demonstrated excellence in her studies and who is pursuing a degree on a full or part-time basis, while following a career path or bringing up a family. The recipient must have completed thirty (30) credits towards her degree.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. The application deadline for this academic year has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Susan Pigott Memorial Award

Susan Pigott was born in Halifax and was a producer / production manager in television and film. She went to Art College in Toronto, travelled a great deal, and lived in Spain, Austria, Australia, and England. She believed that films should stand on their own merit, not on nationality. However, she felt that the industry neglected Aboriginal talent.

The Susan Pigott Memorial Award was established at her bequest in 2011, for the purpose of encouraging and rewarding an Undergraduate or Graduate student enrolled full-time or part-time in Film Animation or Film Production in Concordia University's Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. Preferred candidates for this award will be First Nations members as verified by the Financial Aid and Awards Office assisted by the Centre for Native Education where required. If there are no First Nations candidates then the award is open to non-First Nations students in Film Animation or Film Production. This award may be renewed in the following year at the recommendation of the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee and the Financial Aid and Awards Office each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Susan Schouten Documentary Film Award

This award was created in 2004 in memory of filmmaker, teacher, and community activist Susan Schouten (1943-1995), through the efforts of Norman Bethune Levine, Penny Cousineau-Levine, and Sharon Schouten Chambers. It was made possible through the contributions of Susan's family, friends and colleagues, and a generous matching donation on the part of Grant and Alice Burton. The Susan Schouten Documentary Film Award is intended to support students specializing in the documentary form, and will be awarded annually to an Undergraduate student enrolled in a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Major or Specialization in Film Production), or to a Graduate student enrolled in a Master of Fine Arts (Film Production). Candidates' studio work will be assessed on the basis of creativity, quality, and merit of a completed documentary film reflective of the social justice concerns at the heart of Susan's documentary film philosophy: aboriginal issues, womens' issues, poverty, and class struggle. Recipients are selected in the Spring of every year following a nomination and selection process conducted within the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity 40th Reunion Award

The Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity 40th Reunion Award program was created through the generosity of TKE Fraternity members and friends on the occasion of the TKE Fraternity's 40th anniversary reunion dinner. These awards are available to full-time students who are members of the TKE Fraternity in good standing, and who have a minimum GPA of 2.00. The awards are non-renewable however recipients may be considered again in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA and TKE membership in good standing.

TD Insurance Meloche Monnex Scholarship

This scholarship was established by TD Insurance Meloche Monnex, a leading insurance provider. This non-renewable scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic merit. This scholarship is available to all full-time students.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

The alcides Award in Electroacoustics

The alcides Award in Electroacoustics was established in 2009, and is awarded annually to an Undergraduate student at Concordia University in the Department of Music who demonstrates excellence or potential in the field of electroacoustics.

This award acknowledges the remarkable career of alcides lanza, Canadian-Argentinian composer and teacher with more than a hundred works covering the spectrum of modern music from solo, to chamber, live with electronics etc. He is also a noted conductor and pianist of contemporary repertoire and continues to have a very active international career. His programs reflect his particular interest in the music of the three Americas. He is a founding member, and now Honorary Member of the Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC).

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Electroacoustic Studies

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Theatre Animal Scholarship

The Theatre Animal Scholarship is intended to encourage and reward full-time students who have completed at least sixty credits with a Specialization in Design For The Theatre program at Concordia University. Candidates will demonstrate a spirit of collaboration while studying at the University.

This scholarship was established through the generosity of Christine Jones, who graduated from Concordia University's Faculty of Fine Arts in 1989 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Design For The Theatre. She went on to complete her Master of Fine Arts at New York University where she currently teaches. Christine Jones has had a successful career on Broadway, winning a Tony Award for Best Scenic Design of a Musical for her work on Green Day's punk rock opera "American Idiot". She was also nominated for the same award in 2007 for the set she designed for the hit play, "Spring Awakening". This scholarship is not renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Theatre

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year by the Department of Theatre.

The Guarantee Company of North America Scholarship

Established in 2013 through the generosity of The Guarantee Company of North America, this scholarship is intended to recognise and reward excellence in Actuarial Mathematics students. Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must have a minimum Last Annual GPA of 3.50 or higher with a minimum of three semesters completed, and must have passed or attempted to pass (but still awaiting results) at least their first Associateship Exam from the Society of Actuaries, or have completed courses granting them a waiver recognized by the Canadian Institute of Actuaries.

Applications will be adjudicated by a committee in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, which will provide its recommendation to the Financial Aid and Awards Office and the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Actuarial Mathematics

This award is part of the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.

The Loyola Alumni Prize in Engineering in Society

This award celebrates the foresight of Distinguished Professor Emeritus Dr. Hugh McQueen who inaugurated the course on the Social Implications of Engineering back in 1972 with the objective of preparing engineering students to better understand the historical, philosophical, sociological, and psychological implications of their profession on citizens. It also commemorates the Engineering Program offered at Loyola College from 1940 to 1975 that in keeping with Jesuit tradition, incorporated courses in philosophy, religion, and other humanities.

The Loyola Alumni Prize in Engineering in Society will encourage one female and one male student annually, who have demonstrated superior understanding and capability in this domain. Candidates will be selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in consultation with the Centre for Engineering in Society on the basis of successful completion of ENGR 292 or ENCS 393, and the best essay in either course as determined by the CES.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in consultation with the Centre for Engineering in Society.

The Loyola Materials Science Prize

The purpose of this award, funded by Professor Emeritus Dr. Hugh McQueen, is to encourage one female and one male student to further their knowledge in the theories required for selecting the most suitable material with due regard to manufacturing and environmental effects.

The award will also celebrate the development of engineering studies at Loyola College in the late '40s in response to the needs of returning WWII veterans and the career of several professors who inspired generations of students to develop their skills and knowledge.

Candidates for this prize will be selected on the basis of the highest grades in MECH 221 (Materials Science). In the event of a tie in grades, candidates' Last Annual GPA will be taken into consideration.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Engineering and Computer Science
Department/Concentration: Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of top grades in MECH 221 and outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Theresa Humes Award for Womens' Hockey

The Theresa Humes Award for Womens' Hockey was established in 2005 by family and friends of Theresa Humes on the occasion of her eightieth birthday. A true pioneer at Concordia, Theresa was the director of womens' athletics from 1978 to 1985, and was inducted as a builder into the Concordia Sports Hall of Fame in 1997.

Candidates for the Theresa Humes Award for Womens' Hockey will be considered by the Director of Recreation and Athletics and the Head Womens' Hockey Coach in observance of Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) regulations. Recipients must be returning members of the Womens' Hockey Team at Concordia University, and enroled full-time in their second year of studies or higher.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year by the Department of Athletics.

Tony Proudfoot Award

Concordia University Football and Football Coaching Staff Alumni in honour of their friend and Coach Tony Proudfoot. The award is intended to encourage and reward a student who is a Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) eligible athlete member of the Concordia University Football program.

Born in Winnipeg in 1949, Tony Proudfoot graduated from the University of New Brunswick in 1971 with a degree in Physical Education, and joined the Montréal Alouettes as a defensive back for nine seasons (1971 to 1979) earning all-star status in 1977 and 1979, as well as two Grey Cup rings in 1974 and 1977. He also played three seasons (1980 to 1982) with the B.C. Lions. Following his playing career, Tony received a Master of Arts from McGill University and recently received a Doctoral degree from his alma mater, the University of New Brunswick. He has coached many youth teams in his home town of Pointe-Claire as well as football teams at Lower Canada College and Junior Alouettes. He was an Assistant Coach for the Concordia Stingers football team for four years including 1998, the year the Stingers played in the Vanier Cup.

Tony Proudfoot spent thirty years as a Physical Education teacher at Dawson College in Montréal and has lectured in Exercise Science at Concordia University, and Physical Education at McGill University. He was present and used his knowledge of first aid to help save a student's life during the Dawson College shooting on September 13 2006. Tony has stayed with his first love of football as a broadcaster on radio station CJAD while coaching with the Alouettes in a variety of capacities and recently wrote a book about excellence in football, entitled “First and Goal: The CFL and the Pursuit of Excellence”.

Following his diagnosis of ALS in May of 2007, he and his wife established the “Tony Proudfoot Fund” to support ALS research at the Montréal Neurological Institute and client services at the ALS Society of Québec.

Candidates for the Tony Proudfoot Award must demonstrate solid academic performance (GPA of 2.70 or greater). Candidates must also have made an outstanding contribution to the Concordia Football Program, and must exhibit a sense of community (letters of reference are required which attest to the candidate's involvement in community activities within or without the Concordia community). The award may be renewed at the recommendation of the Department of Athletics.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Athletics.

Trevor W. Payne, C.M. Scholarship in Black Music

The Scholarship is created though the generosity of Professor Trevor W. Payne, C.M. who holds a BFA in Music from Concordia University and graduated in 1980. Professor Payne is also the Founder and Artistic Director of the internationally acclaimed Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir. Founded in 1982 the Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir earned a Juno award in 1995 for its CD “Jubilation V: Joy to the World.”

The Choir has performed for Nelson Mandela, Queen Elizabeth II, Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau as well as several other heads of state. Prof. Payne is also a composer and symphonic conductor who has produced works for Les Ballets Jazz du Québec. On May 22, 1996 Professor Payne was appointed to the Order of Canada (C.M.) by his Excellency Romeo Leblanc, Governor General of Canada on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II. Among his many other national and international awards, Prof. Payne has received the Thomas A. Dorsey Award for Pioneering Gospel Music in Canada, the Martin Luther King Jr. Prize and the Queen Elizabeth Golden Jubilee Medal.

This award will be granted each year to a full-time or part-time Undergraduate or Graduate student in Music. Recipients for this award will be determined as follows:

- Through adjudicated performance of at least one non-jazz piece that falls within the broad category of Black Music, and

- Through submission of a short essay (500 words) written in either French or English and about Black Music (with the exception of jazz) and its impact on the student musician's life and learning.

This award is non-renewable however recipients may re-apply to be considered again in subsequent years.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Music

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Music. For further information contact the Department of Music.

Viktoria von Grünau Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2012 in memory of the mother of the former faculty member of the University, Dr. Michael von Grünau. Dr. von Grünau was a professor in the Department of Psychology since 1989 and the Principal of the Science College from 2000 to 2009. He passed away in December 2011. It was Dr. von Grünau's expressed intention to honour his late mother, Viktoria von Grünau, by creating this scholarship endowment to recognise excellence in Science College members.

This scholarship is awarded based on academic merit to a full-time student pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree (any Major, Specialization, or Honours discipline), or a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology (Cognitive Science) and enrolled in the Minor in Multidisciplinary Studies in Science offered by the Science College. Candidates for this non-renewable scholarship must be in their second year of studies.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Unrestricted, Psychology

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Vincent, Olga, and Denis Nicolas-Diniacopoulos Scholarships

This award was created in 2000 through the generosity of the late Mrs. Olga Diniacopoulos. Her son, the late Professor Denis Diniacopoulos, taught at Concordia University in the department of Communication Studies for over twenty years, until his retirement in 1996. These scholarships are intended to encourage excellent full-time students who are pursuing their undergraduate studies at Concordia University, in the areas of Communication Studies, Psychology, Mathematics, or Classics. In addition, the purpose of these scholarships is to encourage students who express and can demonstrate an interest in interdisciplinary studies. Open to Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents only, recipients must be full-time students in the areas of Communication Studies, Psychology, Mathematics, or Classics, who have completed one year of full-time studies at Concordia University. Applicants must submit a letter of intent expressing their interest in interdisciplinary studies and explaining how receiving this scholarship will help in the pursuit of their studies and the fulfillment of their personal and professional aspirations. These scholarships are not renewable.

Details
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Communication Studies, Psychology, Mathematics, Classics

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. The 2013-2014 application deadline has passed and submissions are no longer being accepted.

Vladimir Zeman Undergraduate Award in Philosophy

The Vladimir Zeman Undergraduate Award in Philosophy was established to recognize outstanding achievement in Philosophy, and to honour the memory of Prof. Vladimir Zeman. He will always be remembered as a wonderful colleague, an inspiring teacher, and a dedicated and thoughtful member of the Department of Philosophy at Concordia University. This award is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, and International Students
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Philosophy

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Department of Philosophy.

William K. Everson Award

One of several staff and faculty supported awards, this was established to honour a student in the Film Studies Program. Selection is done exclusively by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required; candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

William Schiff Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the Senior Students' Appeal Committee in 1988 in honour of the late William Schiff, an active senior student, and a founding member of the Sparklers Club. This non-renewable scholarship is available to a senior full- or part-time student who is 55 years of age or over, and enrolled in a Bachelor's program in any discipline of study.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: Yes
Faculty: All

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA.

Zeidan Family Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1994 through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Omar Zeidan. It is open to currently enrolled full-time students majoring in Political Science, who have completed POLI 391 in the preceding academic year. Candidates will be considered and selected on the basis of their grade obtained in POLI 391, as well as their Last Annual GPA and Cumulative GPA. This scholarship is non-renewable.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
Department/Concentration: Political Science

This merit-based award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. No application is required - candidates are considered and selected by the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee in the Fall term every year on the basis of outstanding Last Annual GPA following consultation with the Department of Political Science.

Zlatko Grgic Award

One of several staff and faculty supported awards, this was established to honour a student in the Film Animation Program. Selection is done exclusively by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

Details
Application required: No
Citizenship: Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Open to part time students: No
Faculty: Fine Arts
Department/Concentration: Cinema

This award is part of the Undergraduate In-Course Scholarships & Awards Program. Candidates are recommended to the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee each year by the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.




 
 

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