SFU Calendar 2001-2002

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University Administered Programs


University Administered Entrance Scholarships

Student Recruitment, Office of the Registrar, Maggie Benston Student Services Centre, Tel (604) 2913224 general enquiries, Fax (604) 291.4722,
www.reg.sfu.ca

The University awards entrance scholarships to outstanding students from across Canada. Our entrance scholarship program recognizes the exceptional academic and community achievements of students attending British Columbia secondary schools, Canadian high schools, and British Columbia colleges.

The scholarships described below reflect our program as it currently exists. For complete descriptions and information applicable to students entering the University in the fall of 2002, please refer to the entrance scholarship brochure and application material, available in January 2002.

All scholarship applicants should have high academic standing. Please read carefully the application requirements sections in the scholarship brochure, as not all scholarships require application.

Applicants must be Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents to qualify for all entrance scholarships, except for the Stanley Morisse Memorial Scholarship. All scholars must meet certain academic and registration requirements for complete disbursement of funds. Full details and application forms are available from Student Recruitment, and from www.reg.sfu.ca

For BC Secondary School Students; Application Required
$30,000 Simon Fraser Scholarship

Recognizes excellent academic performance and potential. Distributed over eight semesters.

$25,000 Simon Fraser Alumni Leadership Scholarship

Recognize extraordinary leadership, community service, citizenship, and achievement of high academic standing. Distributed over eight semesters.

$20,000 Gordon M. Shrum Scholarships

Recognizes high academic standing and a commitment to school and community service, leadership, volunteer activity or through significant personal achievement in one or more areas of activity. Distributed over eight semesters.

$7,000 Dean's Scholarships

Dean's Scholarships are awarded within each of the faculties of Applied Sciences, Arts, Business Administration, Education, and Science, to recognize academic achievement and potential in a particular area of study. Distributed over four semesters. Winners may qualify for a one-time $500 travel allowance. Students may qualify for the Open Scholarship, following the end of the scholarship disbursements.

For BC Secondary School Students; No Application Required

No applications are required for the following scholarships; all entering BC 12 students are considered automatically. Each scholarship consists of $3,500 distributed over two semesters; winners may receive a one-time $500 travel allowance. Students may qualify for the Open Scholarship, following the end of the scholarship disbursements. For more information, contact Student Recruitment.

Jack Diamond Scholarships

Recognize academic and athletic excellence. Potential candidates are nominated by our director of Recreation and Athletics.

Summit Scholarships

Recognize academic excellence.

Tadeusz Specht Memorial Scholarship in Applied Science

Recognize academic merit. Awarded to students entering the Faculty of Applied Sciences and pursuing studies in the fields of kinesiology or other health-related sciences.

Tadeusz Specht Memorial Scholarship in Science

Recognize academic merit. Awarded to students entering the Faculty of Science and pursuing studies in the fields of biology, microbiology, chemistry, biochemistry, or other health-related sciences.

For Canadian high school students

BC secondary school students are not eligible for Canadian high school entrance scholarships.

$20,000 Gordon M. Shrum National Scholarships

Recognizes high academic standing and commitment to school and community service, volunteer activity, arts, or athletics. Distributed over eight semesters. Scholarship also has $2,000 travel allowance.

The following scholarships consist of $3,500 distributed over two semesters. Students may qualify for the Open Scholarship, following the end of the scholarship disbursements. For more information, contact Student Recruitment.

$3,500 Kenneth Strand National Scholarships

Recognize academic excellence. Scholarship also has one-time $1,000 travel allowance.

$3,500 Jack Diamond National Entrance Scholarships

Recognize academic and athletic excellence. Scholarship also has one-time $1,000 travel allowance. Potential candidates for the Jack Diamond Scholarships are identified by Simon Fraser University, and nominated by our director of Recreation and Athletics.

$3,500 Tadeusz Specht Memorial Scholarships in Applied Sciences

Recognize academic merit. Awarded to students entering the Faculty of Applied Sciences and pursuing studies in the fields of kinesiology or other health-related sciences. Scholarship also has one-time $1,000 travel allowance.

$3,500 Tadeusz Specht Memorial Scholarships in Science

Recognize academic merit. Awarded to students entering the Faculty of Science and pursuing studies in biology, microbiology, chemistry, biochemistry, or other health-related sciences. Scholarship also has one-time $1,000 travel allowance.

For BC college students
$10,000 Honourable William M. Hamilton Scholarship

Recognizes high academic achievement and leadership potential. Distributed over four semesters. Winners may also receive one-time $500 travel allowance. Students may qualify for the Open Scholarship, following the end of the scholarship disbursements.

The $3,500 Ken Caple Scholarships

Recognize outstanding academic performance. Distributed over two semesters. Winners may also receive one-time $500 travel allowance. Students may qualify for the Open Scholarship, following the end of the scholarship disbursements.

$7,000 Dean's Scholarships

Dean's Scholarships are awarded within each of the faculties of Applied Sciences, Arts, Business Administration, Education, and Science, to recognize academic promise in a particular area of study. Distributed over four semesters. Winners may also receive one-time $500 travel allowance. Students may qualify for the Open Scholarship, following the end of the scholarship disbursements.

BC College scholarship application deadlines:

April 30 for admission to the 2000 fall semester, September 30, 2000 for the 2001 spring semester and January 31, 2001 for the summer 2001 semester.

Other Entrance Scholarships

Columbia College Entrance Scholarship

This award provides financial support for an alumnus of Columbia College who will be attending Simon Fraser University. The award may be disbursed over one or two semesters, pending interest income from the endowment fund. Applicants must have graduated from Columbia College and be registered at Simon Fraser and show distinct promise of achievement at the undergraduate level. Applicants must also provide a letter of application and resume summarizing all awards, medals and prizes, leadership initiatives, and service as well as two letters of reference and certified copy of school transcript. Submit all documentation to Financial Assistance at Simon Fraser University by May 30th.

Mona F. East Memorial Entrance Scholarship

This fund provides a scholarship annually for the student who is graduating from Similkameen Secondary School with the highest standing and who will be attending Simon Fraser University. The amount of the award will vary, depending upon the accrued interest of the fund.

Stanley Morisse Memorial Scholarship

The Stanley Morisse Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student transferring from the University of Cyprus or a Cypriot secondary school. The amount of the award is determined by the amount of interest earned on the endowment. For further information, contact Student Recruitment.

Phi Theta Kappa International $3,500 Summit Scholarships

Up to three entrance scholarships valued at $1,750 in each of the first two semesters are made available for each of the three admission semesters (fall, spring, and summer) for Phi Theta Kappa members with a minimum 3.75 GPA. Students who maintain a minimum 3.75 GPA may then qualify for the Open Scholarship valued at the domestic tuition rate (currently $77 per credit hour based on registration in the next semester). The student also receives a $500 travel grant in the first semester of registration. A minimum of 30 credit hours required. No citizenship restrictions. Part-time students and students with a previous bachelors degree are not eligible. All figures quoted in Canadian dollars.

Deadlines: for fall semester 2001 - immediately; for spring semester 2002 - September 30, 2001; for summer semester 2002 - January 31, 2002; for fall semester 2002 - April 30, 2002.

Contact: Paul Godman, Student Recruitment, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6, Canada. Tel 778.782 4970; e-mail paul_godman@sfu.ca

Rotary Club of Vancouver Sunrise Entrance Scholarship

The Rotary Club of Vancouver Sunrise provides an annual entrance scholarship from the interest earned on the endowment. The scholarship will be based on academic merit with preference for an entering student from King George Secondary School. The recipient of the scholarship will be invited to make a presentation at a meeting of the Rotary Club of Vancouver Sunrise.

Scholarships for Continuing Students

Regulations

The following regulations govern all university, private and endowed scholarships for continuing students over which the University has jurisdiction. Many of the following scholarships have been made possible by generous donations.

Open Undergraduate Scholarship Program

The Undergraduate Open Scholarship recognizes and supports undergraduate students who are highly qualified academically and awards scholarships to students on a semester by semester basis.

Eligibility

Eligibility is limited to students pursuing a first degree at Simon Fraser University. Eligibility will expire when a student's total accumulated credit hours (including transfer credits) exceed by 10% the minimum number of credit hours required to complete the degree program in which the student is registered. (e.g., a student whose major program requires 120 credit hours to graduate becomes ineligible when her/his total accumulated credit and transfer credit exceeds 132 credit hours.)

To qualify, a student must have

All eligibility requirements must be met.

Monetary Value

The value of the scholarship is set each year by the University as a portion of the actual tuition costs accrued by those eligible. In the fiscal year 2000/01, the scholarship was paid at rate of $77 per credit hour for normally graded courses in the semester.

PDP students in EDUC 401/402 or 405 will be notified if they are eligible.

Cooperative Education students will be eligible subject to normal program guidelines. Job practicum courses, however, are excluded from the calculations (i.e., the scholarship does not cover the co-op fee). Registration in normally graded courses during a co-op semester may affect eligibility. Co-op students should seek advice about this scholarship before registering in normally-graded courses while also registering in a co-op semester.

Visa students are eligible on the same basis as other students.

Graduate students, including qualifying, special and exchange students, are not eligible for this scholarship.

No application is required. All students are considered for eligibility each semester; eligible students will be notified no later than the end of the fourth week of classes.

Scholarships for All Students
Hy Aisenstat Scholarship

Program code: UESO-517

Value: $2500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students with experience in the hospitality industry who are returning to University. Please document eligibility.

Alumni Association of SFU Annual Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-288

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: The Alumni Association of SFU Scholarship provides an annual scholarship of $500 in the Spring semester to five students, one in each of the five faculties (applied sciences, arts, business admin, education and science) and a $500 scholarship to a student athlete. The scholarship is based on academic merit.

Alumni Scholarship and Bursary Endowment Fund

Program code: UESO-253

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students who meet the minimum scholarship regulations.

Japanese-Canadian Centennial Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-255

Value: $750

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A Japanese-Canadian student residing in British Columbia and enrolled in the first year of study at Simon Fraser. Eligibility for this scholarship will be based on scholastic ability, character, promise of achievement and participation in extracurricular activities. Applications will be considered from first year students.

Raytheon Systems Canada Ltd. Scholarship for Native Students

Program code: UPSO-278

Value: $750

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A native undergraduate student with high academic standing at Simon Fraser University. Preference will be given to students majoring in Engineering Science, Computing Science, Mathematics, Physics or Business Administration.

Joseph and Rosalie Segal Scholarship

Program code: UESO-254

Value: $900

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Students with good academic records, and demonstrated service to the University or the community. The awards will be open to students in any faculty who have completed at least 60 credit hours of study.

Sulzer Bingham Pumps Inc. Undergraduate Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-286

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Granted to an undergraduate student in any faculty based on academic merit. Preference will be given to applicants who are Sulzer Bingham employees; sons, daughters or legal dependents of Sulzer Bingham Pumps Inc. employees; or residents of Burnaby.

Trans Mountain Pipeline Company Ltd

Program code: UPSO-248

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students in any faculty based on academic merit. The application should include a résumé and letter from the student outlining their interest in, and career plans concerning, environmental science and technology or environmental protection.

University Women's Club of Vancouver Scholarship

Program code: UESO-526

Value: $1000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Awarded to an undergraduate student in any faculty based on scholastic merit.

Vancouver Korean Canadian Scholarship Foundation Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-294

Value: $1000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to an undergraduate student in any faculty based on academic excellence.

Scholarships for Applied Sciences Students
Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists

Program code: UPSO-275

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A student with a high academic standing who is entering the second year of Engineering Science at Simon Fraser University. The assessment of academic standing will be based upon previous performance during the first year of engineering at another BC post-secondary institution. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the School of Engineering Science Scholarship Committee.

Paul Coté Endowment Scholarship in Engineering

Program code: UESO-213

Value: $600

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: To an Engineering Science student registered in the Faculty of Applied Science. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of high academic performance to a student who has completed at least 60 credit hours at Simon Fraser University. This scholarship has been established by The Board of Governors.

CREO Electronics Corporation Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-214

Value: $1000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: To Engineering Science students in the Faculty of Applied Science, who have successfully completed at least one year. Students will require a nomination from the Faculty, who will give consideration to academic standing as well as talent and interest expressed by the student in electro-optics, precision mechanics or instrumentation.

Harold Hancheroff Memorial Scholarship in Sports Education

Program code: UESO-523

Value: $700

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: To a full time student in the School of Kinesiology, who is pursuing an honors degree in sports education. The scholarship is also based upon academic merit.

Ken and Su Jang Scholarship for Women in Science

Program code: UESO-276

Value: $1650

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate female student in the Faculty of Applied Sciences or the Faculty of Science. The award will be based on academic merit.

JDS Uniphase Undergraduate Scholarship in Optics and Photonics

Program code: UPSO-293

Value: $5000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: To a student entering second year of engineering physics or physics programs on the basis of academic excellence and potential for a successful industrial career in optics and/or photonics. The successful candidate will be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada. The recipients of the JDS Uniphase Undergraduate Scholarship may be eligible for a summer work term or internship position with JDS Uniphase. The scholarship will be renewable for a maximum of two additional years for a total of $15,000 per student. To be eligible for renewal, students must maintain scholarship eligibility and continue to demonstrate career interest in optics and/or photonics. Candidates must submit a letter outlining their career goals and progress along with a resume to Financial Assistance, Simon Fraser University, to apply for renewal.

MDSI Mobile Data Solutions Inc. / Peter Kam Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-289

Value: $1500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Granted based on academic merit to an undergraduate student in a major or honors program in the School of Engineering Science, Computer Engineering option or in the School of Computing Science. The successful candidate should have a CGPA of 3.8 and will have distinguished him/her self in an innovative manner in a project or assignment in the spirit of creativity and exploration exemplified by Mr. Peter Kam. Applications should include recommendations from his/her faculty supervisor.

Fred and Elaine Moonen Scholarship in Communication

Program code: UESO-266

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Students majoring in Communication entering their fourth year of the Communication program. Preference will be given to students in the Honors program. A recommendation from the Chair of the Department of Communication is required.

Motorola Wireless Data Communications Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-237

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student. Preference will be given to students in Computing Science who have a data communications orientation. While scholarship will be the primary factor for the adjudication of the award consideration may be given to the student's financial need.

PMC-Sierra Incorporated Scholarship in Engineering

Program code: UPSO-290

Value: $1500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Based on academic merit, will be granted annually in any semester. The scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate engineering student who has completed his/her third year and who is currently registered in either the electronics engineering option or the computer engineering option.

Ravinder Purewal Memorial Scholarship in Computing Science

Program code: UPSO-291

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Awarded annually to a second, third or fourth year student in the School of Computing Science.

Raytheon Systems Canada Ltd. Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-279

Value: $750

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student with high academic standing who is entering or in their third year of Engineering Science, Computing Science or Management and Systems Science at Simon Fraser University.

J. Newton Robinson Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-242

Value: $200

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A Computing Science major, who has completed 60 credit hours at Simon Fraser. The scholarship will be based upon academic performance.

This endowment has been established in memory of J. Newton Robinson, former member of the Simon Fraser University Board of Governors.

Scientific Atlanta Canada Inc., Nexus Division Scholarship

Program code: UESO-239

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Fourth year engineering students whose studies include high frequency electronics and related disciplines. High academic achievement and a nomination from the applicable department is required.

Silent Witness Scholarship in Computing Science

Program code: UPSO-295

Value: $1500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: To a fourth year student in Computing Science based on academic excellence.

Paul and Helen Trussell Science Scholarship Fund

Program code: N/A

Value: $20000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A student entering their last two years of undergraduate study at a BC university or college. The applicant must be a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident, and have completed secondary schooling in the Kootenay-Boundary area (School Districts No. 1-13 inclusive). To qualify, a candidate must be pursuing an undergraduate program leading to at least a Masters or PhD degree in Natural or Applied Sciences, such as Agriculture, Engineering, Forestry and Fisheries. The award will cover the last two undergraduate years and the first two graduate years. Normally, a student must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours of graded course work each semester during tenure of the scholarship and maintain a 75% average. Apply to Science Council of B.C.

University Women's Club of Vancouver Women in Science Scholarship

Program code: UESO-260

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A female student enrolled in the Faculty of Science. The award is open to third or fourth year students majoring in Science or Applied Science programs. A recommendation from the Dean of Science and/or the Dean of Applied Science is required.

Scholarships for Arts Students
Father Michael Bach Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-256

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student enrolled in either the third or fourth year of the Humanities program. Friends, relatives and colleagues of the late Father Michael Bach have established an endowment fund to support one or more scholarships in the Humanities Program. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the department in recognition of outstanding scholastic ability.

Mary Batchelor Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-257

Value: $1125

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A student in the Psychology major or honors program. Selection by the Psychology Department will be based upon academic achievement and extracurricular involvement. Applicants must have completed at least 60 credit hours, of which 30 hours are of Simon Fraser University course work, and must also include a resumé with their applications.

Arthur and Eva Bell Award in Business Administration or Economics

Program code: UPSO-203

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Students in second, third or fourth year of Business Administration or Economics. Eligibility is based on need for financial assistance and high academic standing. Students must provide a copy of their current transcript with the application.

BOMA Undergraduate Scholarship in Urban Studies

Program code: UESO-306

Value: $1350

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Awarded to an undergraduate student in the Certificate in Urban Studies program based on scholastic merit.

Linda Brideau Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-206

Value: $1100

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student, who is majoring in Criminology. The award will be based on academic excellence and preference will be given to a student in the honors program or who has completed at least two years of study at Simon Fraser University.

Chien's Cultural Foundation Scholarship

Program code: UESO-521

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, or in the Faculty of Arts, preferably in Political Science. The Scholarship will be granted on the basis of outstanding academic performance. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the Dean of Arts or the Dean of Business Administration.

School for the Contemporary Arts Scholarship

Program code: UUAO-004

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: The purpose of this award is to recognize achievement of excellence in the Arts for outstanding artistic contribution, as evidenced in performance, exhibitions or research; as well as recognize leadership ability by providing an inspiring example to peers through the quality of artistic work, and by demonstrating ability to be self-motivated and self-directed in extra curricular activities at Simon Fraser University or in the community at large. A 3.5 cumulative grade point average is required to receive and maintain the Scholarship and full time registration must be maintained during the tenure of the Scholarship. Further eligibility requires at least 48 graded credit hours at Simon Fraser University, a declared major and acceptance by the School for the Contemporary Arts.

Mahatma Gandhi Humanitarian Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-220

Value: $350

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Offered by Dr. and Mrs. Devendra P. Goel to a student who has demonstrated overall excellence in the Humanities Program. Nomination required from the Director of the Humanities Program.

Hadassah-WIZO Scholarship in Women's Studies

Program code: UPSO-292

Value: $200

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: One scholarship of $200 based on academic merit will be awarded to a full-time student in the Department of Women's Studies.

Dr. Alfredo E. Hurtado Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO-274

Value: $850

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student majoring in Spanish and/or Latin American Studies.

Pauline Jewett Scholarship

Program code: UESO-524

Value: $100

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The student who has the highest CGPA among Political Science Majors who have surpassed 90 credit hours during that term. To be eligible, the student must have taken at least two 200 level and at least 3 senior (300 or 400 level) courses in Simon Fraser Political Science Department. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair of the Political Science Department.

Lorne M. Kendall Memorial Scholarship in Psychology

Program code: UESO-228

Value: $300

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The undergraduate or graduate Psychology student who, in the previous year, has best exemplified Dr. Kendall's approach to Psychology. Nominations for the award will be made by faculty members of the Psychology Department. The recipient will be selected by the Chair of the Department, after consultation with the Chair of the Undergraduate and Graduate Studies Committees.

Evelyn Lett Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-230

Value: $600

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A full time female student enrolled in the Women's Studies program minor, certificate, post baccalaureate diploma and/or joint major programs. Preference will be given to those students who have contributed to the department and/or to women's issues on campus or in the community. Please submit a letter outlining your contribution along with the application.

Jerry and Belle Lundie Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-231

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Students in their second, third or fourth year of undergraduate study. One scholarship is available to a student majoring in Business Management and the other scholarship is available to an Economics major. Applicants must be Canadian citizens and residents of BC. Preference will be given to physically challenged students or students who demonstrate financial need. The scholarships are made available by the Credit Union Foundation of BC, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lundie, who were Credit Union pioneers.

Margaret J. Menzel Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-235

Value: $750

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A single parent enrolled in the Women Studies program, on the basis of academic achievement. The Women's Studies Co-ordinator will forward nomination(s) to Financial Assistance.

Robbie Robertson Scholarship

Program code: UPSO-273

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: The Prince George branch of the Royal Canadian Legion will provide a scholarship to be awarded to a student registered in the Gerontology diploma program who has an academic record of merit. Preference will be given, when possible, to a student from Prince George or surrounding areas. Students should apply on a Simon Fraser University Private Scholarship application form to be sent to the Gerontology Diploma Program, Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre, 555 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, V5B 5K3.

Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sommer Scholarship in Geography

Program code: UESO-308

Value: $600

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted in any semester based on academic merit to a student majoring in geography who has completed at least 90 undergraduate credits including 12 upper division credits in geography.

John Stell Sykes Scholarship

Program code: UESO-245

Value: $150

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A third or fourth year student who is a French major in a degree program. The scholarship will be adjudicated on the basis of proficiency in French and academic standing.

Vancouver Port Authority Undergraduate Scholarship in Geography

Program code: UPSO-284

Value: $2500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Based on academic merit, will be given to a Geography student entering the fourth year of studies. In order to receive the second disbursement, the student must maintain academic standards.

Scholarships for Business Administration Students
Bank of Montreal Undergraduate Scholarship in Business Administration

Program code: UPSO283

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Business Administration students who intend to pursue a career in the financial industry upon graduation. Preference will be given to students in the Finance area of concentration. At least one of the two awards will be given to a Business Administration coop student.

Keith and Betty Beedie Scholarship

Program code: UESO520

Value: $1150

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate third or fourth year student in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in either Finance or Accounting. Preference will be given to a graduate of either a Burnaby secondary school or Magee Secondary School. The scholarship will be granted on the basis of outstanding academic performance.

Arthur and Eva Bell Award in Business Administration or Economics

Program code: UPSO203

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Students in second, third or fourth year of Business Administration or Economics. Eligibility is based on need for financial assistance and high academic standing. Students must provide a copy of their current transcript with the application.

Faculty of Business Administration Alumni Scholarships

Program code: UESO316

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Scholarships will be granted on the basis of academic performance to students in the Faculty of Business Administration.

Certified Management Accountants Society of BC - William C.C. Easton Scholarship

Program code: UPSO244

Value: $1500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Graduating student attaining the highest mark in Business Administration courses 254 and 424. This scholarship has been established in appreciation of Mr. Easton's contribution to the society, to the profession and to the community.

Chevron Canada Ltd Scholarship

Program code: UESO282

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A student in their final year of an undergraduate program who intends to pursue a career in business. Preference will be given to a student who has graduated from a BC secondary school. At least one letter of recommendation from a Dean or Department Chair must be submitted with the application.

Chien's Cultural Foundation Scholarship

Program code: UESO521

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, or in the Faculty of Arts, preferably in Political Science. The Scholarship will be granted on the basis of outstanding academic performance. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the Dean of Arts or the Dean of Business Administration.

Cloverdale Paint Incorporated Scholarship

Program code: UESO272

Value: $600

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Undergraduate, upperlevel students in the Faculty of Business Administration, whose area of study is marketing. The award will be based on academic merit. Preference will be given to Cloverdale Paint employees or their children.

Deloitte & Touche Scholarship in Accounting

Program code: UPSO247

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Granted to a third year Faculty of Business Administration student in the Accounting concentration who has the highest cumulative grade point average (CGPA).

Financial Executives Institute Scholarship

Program code: UPSO219

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate third or fourth year student in the Faculty of Business Administration concentrating in the area of finance. The scholarship is based on academic merit.

Honourable William M. Hamilton Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO305

Value: $2750

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student who is entering the Faculty of Business Administration upon completion of 30 credit hours. The scholarship is based on academic merit.

Bruce Howe Memorial Scholarship in International Business

Program code: UESO310

Value: $600

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Valued at a portion of the income, based on academic merit, will be given to the top student in the Faculty in Business Administration in the international business concentration. The applicant should be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada and have completed at least 90 credit hours.

Human Resources Management Association of BC Scholarship

Program code: UPSO226

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: The Scholarship will be granted to a Faculty of Business Administration student with an approved concentration in Human Resources Management who has completed at least two Human Resources Management courses at the three hundred level.

ICABC Business Administration CoOp Education Scholarship

Program code: UPBO562

Value: $2000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: To a fulltime undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration Cooperative Education Program (CA stream). Candidates should have completed at least one practicum work semester after being accepted into the Cooperative Education program before eligibility is determined. The scholarship will be granted on the basis of academic performance, with consideration given to improved academic performance, and reports of practicum work performance. The award will be made by the senate undergraduate awards adjudication committee on the nomination of candidates by the Coordinator, Business Administration Cooperative Education Accounting Program.

ICABC Desmond O'Brien Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UPSO227

Value: $2000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: To a fulltime undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration. The student will have completed 75 to 105 semester credit hours inclusive, including the semester of application, and must have at least nine hours of accounting courses. The scholarship will be granted on the basis of academic performance.

Maria Kuchar Accounting Scholarship

Program code: UESO263

Value: $1200

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Two Maria Kuchar Accounting Scholarships of $1200 each are awarded annually to 3rd or 4th year undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. The scholarship is based on academic merit. A student may be granted this Scholarship more than once. When possible, preference will be given to a female student.

Robert H. Lee Scholarship in Business Administration

Program code: UESO271

Value: $1400

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A third or fourth year student who is majoring in Business Administration. The award is also based upon academic achievement.

Jerry and Belle Lundie Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UPSO231

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Students in their second, third or fourth year of undergraduate study. One scholarship is available to a student majoring in Business Management and the other scholarship is available to an Economics major. Applicants must be Canadian citizens and residents of BC. Preference will be given to physically challenged students or students who demonstrate financial need. The scholarships are made available by the Credit Union Foundation of BC, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lundie, who were Credit Union pioneers.

Gil Moser Scholarship

Program code: UESO238

Value: $1400

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A full time student in the Faculty of Business Administration on the basis of high academic standing. This endowment fund has been established in memory of the late Gil Moser who served Simon Fraser University on its Board of Governors.

Mr. Sub Scholarship in Business Administration

Program code: UPSO296

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: To a fulltime student in the Faculty of Business Administration based on academic performance and demonstrated community volunteer involvement. Applications should include supporting document(s) describing such involvement.

Phillips, Hager & North Ltd Scholarship

Program code: UPSO282

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate third or fourth year student within the Faculty of Business Administration with a Finance concentration. This scholarship is based on academic merit.

Robert Rogow Scholarship

Program code: UESO527

Value: $1500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Granted, based on academic merit, to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resources Management. The recipient will have completed at least one SFU credit course offered by the Faculty of Business Administration in industrial relations or collective bargaining.

Scotiabank Student Scholar in the Faculty of Business Administration Award

Program code: UESO313

Value: $2000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Award will be granted to a Faculty of Business Administration student with at least 90 credit hours who exemplifies the aspects of a wellrounded student scholar; academic excellence and community involvement. Academic excellence is based on academic merit as determined by cumulative grade point average (CGPA). Community involvement may be service to the university community or the community at large.

Shell Canada Limited Scholarship in Business Administration

Program code: UESO264

Value: $1200

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A fulltime undergraduate student enrolled in the coop program of the Faculty of Business Administration.

Sunbrite Business Association Scholarship in Business Administration

Program code: UESO525

Value: $250

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Award is based on scholastic merit and will be awarded to a fulltime undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration.

Lis Welch Scholarship in Marketing

Program code: UESO522

Value: $650

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Granted to an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in marketing, who is in third or fourth year. The award will be based on academic merit. Preference will be given to a female student who is a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant.

Grant Wilson Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO268

Value: $3000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A BC student in the Faculty of Business Administration who is entering the final two semesters of study at Simon Fraser. The applicant must be planning to enter Law school. This endowment fund has been established in memory of Grant Wilson by Stanley Pharmaceuticals Limited of North Vancouver, BC.

Lorraine Wintrup Memorial Endowment Scholarship

Program code: UESO251

Value: $200

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: An endowment fund has been established in memory of Mrs. Lorraine Wintrup, available to a Business Administration student majoring in Business Management with preference being given to banking related courses. Please supply a copy of your transcript and indicate any Business Management and Banking related courses.

Mildred Wirtanen Scholarship in Business

Program code: UESO277

Value: $1250

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in Business Administration who shows a significant improvement in academic studies.

Wolfe Chevrolet Oldsmobile Scholarship in Marketing

Program code: UPSO258

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A fourth year student with a high academic standing concentrating on Marketing in the Faculty of Business administration. The scholarship will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Adjudication Awards Committee on the recommendation of the Dean of Business Administration.

Scholarships for Education Students
Carol Chapman Memorial Education Scholarship

Program code: UESO518

Value: $2000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: To an outstanding fulltime student in the Faculty of Education's Professional Development Program based on academic merit and overall performance during the completion of the PDP practica. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries on the nomination of the Dean, Faculty of Education.

Madge Hogarth Scholarships in Education

Program code: UESO224

Value: $325

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Mrs Madge Hogarth has established two scholarships to be awarded at the beginning of the summer semester. One scholarship will be awarded to a student who has completed EDUC 401/402 and is proceeding to EDUC 404. The second scholarship will be awarded to a student who has completed EDUC 405. Academic standing prior to entry into the Professional Development Program will be the primary consideration, although teaching performance may be considered.

Phi Delta Kappa Scholarship in Education

Program code: UPSO276

Value: $1000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Five awards of $1,000 each will be given in the Fall semester to undergraduate students pursuing a degree program in education or Professional Development Program. The scholarship will be granted to an outstanding student as judged by his/her academic accomplishments and contributions to the department, to the university and to the community. The award will made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty of Education.

Scholarships for Science Students
R. Bruce Coles Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UESO283

Value: $550

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: To support scholarship awards in memory of its founding Partner, the Coles Group has established, along with the family of the late R. Bruce Coles, an endowment. Two awards will be given each year. The award is based on scholastic merit and will be awarded to a fulltime third or fourth year undergraduate student in the Actuarial Science Program in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.

Goel Memorial Scholarship

Program code: UPSO223

Value: $350

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A student who has demonstrated overall excellence in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Nomination required from the Chair of Mathematics. This scholarship has been established by Dr. and Mrs. D.P. Goel in memory of Mrs. Shakuntala Goel.

Ken and Su Jang Scholarship for Women in Science

Program code: UESO276

Value: $1650

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate female student in the Faculty of Applied Sciences or the Faculty of Science. The award will be based on academic merit.

JDS Uniphase Undergraduate Scholarship in Optics and Photonics

Program code: UPSO293

Value: $5000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: To a student entering second year of engineering physics or physics programs on the basis of academic excellence and potential for a successful industrial career in optics and/or photonics. The successful candidate will be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada. The recipients of the JDS Uniphase Undergraduate Scholarship may be eligible for a summer work term or internship position with JDS Uniphase. The scholarship will be renewable for a maximum of two additional years for a total of $15,000 per student. To be eligible for renewal, students must maintain scholarship eligibility and continue to demonstrate career interest in optics and/or photonics. Candidates must submit a letter outlining their career goals and progress along with a resume to Financial Assistance, Simon Fraser University, to apply for renewal.

MacKenzie and Feimann Limited Scholarship

Program code: UESO270

Value: $750

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A fulltime undergraduate student who is registered in second, third, or fourth year of study, majoring in either chemistry or biochemistry in the Faculty of Science. Applicants must demonstrate exceptional ability and not be recommended for an NSERC Summer Research Scholarship.

Ron MacLeod Scholarship in Environmental Science

Program code: UESO307

Value: $800

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Granted to a third or fourth year student in the Environmental Science Program on the basis of academic performance. The application should include a letter from the student describing his/her commitment to and interest in environmental science.

William and Amelia McMahan Scholarships

Program code: UESO233

Value: $1200

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Students who are enrolled in full course programs in the Faculty of Science, preferably to students who are in their first or second year of study and who have high academic standing will be considered. Preference will be given to students who are children of employees or former employees of the logging and pulp division of Canadian Forest Products Ltd. or its subsidiaries, affiliate companies or successors. In the event that no suitable candidates from the above are available, then children of persons engaged or formerly engaged in the logging or pulp industry in BC will be considered. Students must attach to the application form a resume including details of family service with the company and/or the industry.

Patrick Duncan McTaggartCowan Award in Physical Science

Program code: UESO234

Value: $575

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: This scholarship fund was established in honour of Dr. Patrick Duncan McTaggartCowan. This fund will provide for a student in the physical sciences on the basis of academic achievement and potential, with consideration being given to financial need. Special consideration will be given to a student who plans to proceed to studies in meteorology or the atmospheric sciences or who has demonstrated interest or aptitude in these fields, and preference might be given to a third year student going into the graduating year in an honors program.

Evelyn and Leigh Palmer Scholarship

Program code: UESO267

Value: $2400

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: The scholarships are granted in any semester based on academic merit to undergraduate students in a major or honors program in the physical sciences. Applicants should have completed at least 60 SFU semester hours toward the requirements for a degree and have completed at least 30 hours in two of the last three semesters in which they were enrolled.

Scotiabank Student Scholar in the Faculty of Science Award

Program code: UESO315

Value: $2000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Award will be granted to a Faculty of Science student with at least 90 credit hours who exemplifies the aspects of a wellrounded student scholar; academic excellence and community involvement. Academic excellence is based on academic merit as determined by cumulative grade point average (CGPA). Community involvement may be service to the university community or the community at large.

Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sommer Scholarship in Geography

Program code: UESO308

Value: $600

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted in any semester based on academic merit to a student majoring in geography who has completed at least 90 undergraduate credits including 12 upper division credits in geography.

TransCanada Pipelines Research Scholarship

Program code: UESO261

Value: $650

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A student presently enrolled in a four year program leading to a BSc in Chemistry. The Department of Chemistry Scholarship Committee will nominate a candidate for the scholarship on the basis of the applicant's potential for future work in research in chemistry related to the petrochemical industry and on the applicant's interest in such work.

Paul and Helen Trussell Science Scholarship Fund

Program code: N/A

Value: $20000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A student entering their last two years of undergraduate study at a BC university or college. The applicant must be a Canadian citizen or Permanent Resident, and have completed secondary schooling in the KootenayBoundary area (School Districts No. 113 inclusive). To qualify, a candidate must be pursuing an undergraduate program leading to at least a Master's or PhD degree in Natural or Applied Sciences, such as Agriculture, Engineering, Forestry and Fisheries. The award will cover the last two undergraduate years and the first two graduate years. Normally, a student must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours of graded course work each semester during tenure of the scholarship and maintain a 75% average. Apply to Science Council of B.C.

University Women's Club of Vancouver Women in Science Scholarship

Program code: UESO260

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A female student enrolled in the Faculty of Science. The award is open to third or fourth year students majoring in Science or Applied Science programs. A recommendation from the Dean of Science and/or the Dean of Applied Science is required.

Vancouver Port Authority Undergraduate Scholarship in Geography

Program code: UPSO284

Value: $2500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Based on academic merit, will be given to a Geography student entering the fourth year of studies. In order to receive the second disbursement, the student must maintain academic standards.

Watson Wyatt & Company Scholarship in Actuarial Mathematics

Program code: UESO516

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in the Certificate Program in Actuarial Mathematics who has successfully completed ACMA 310. The scholarship will also be based on high academic merit. A departmental nomination is required from the chair of the department or designate.

Scholarships for Student Athletes
Moira Colbourne Alumni Scholarship

Program code: UEAA018

Value: $800

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Two scholarships, valued up to $800 each, are available in the fall and spring semester, to any active member of the Simon Fraser University Women's Field Hockey team based on scholastic achievement.

Bill De Vries Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA061

Value: $300

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A student who exhibits outstanding academic achievement and athletic performance. The recipient should also possess the personal qualities of integrity and generosity.

Howie Larke Scholarship in Sport Information

Program code: UEAA052

Value: $55

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A full time undergraduate student involved in sport information. The scholarship will be based on academic merit.

Rae/Suart Alumni Athletic Award in Men's Basketball

Program code: UEAA014

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Students entering first year studies at Simon Fraser on an athletic scholarship. The awards will be made on the basis of outstanding achievement in scholastics and basketball.

Rae/Suart Alumni Athletic Award in Women's Basketball

Program code: UEAA049

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Students entering first year studies at Simon Fraser on an athletic scholarship. The awards will be made on the basis of outstanding achievement in scholastics and basketball.

Simon Fraser University Athletic Scholarships

Program code: UUAO102

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Two scholarships valued at $1,000 each are available to students who demonstrate outstanding and sustained athletic performance on an intercollegiate team. Student must be registered in nine credit hours and have a minimum CGPA of 3.5 based on completion of 60 hours at Simon Fraser University. Consideration will be given to exemplary leadership and contributions to the enhancement of the athletic specialty in which the student is involved.

Simon Fraser University Track and Field Alumni Scholarship

Program code: UEAA042

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Based on academic merit and will be awarded to a student who is a member of the SFU track and field team.

Barbara J. Towriss Scholarship in Women's Basketball

Program code: UEAA039

Value: $1200

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Based on academic merit and will be awarded to a student who is a member of the SFU women's basketball team.

Bursaries

Regulations

The following regulations govern all university, private, and endowed bursaries over which the University has jurisdiction. Many of the following bursaries have been made possible by generous donations.

Bursaries for All Students
Alumni Association of SFU Annual Bursary

Program code: UPBO693

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: The Alumni Association of SFU bursary provides an annual bursary of $500 in the Fall semester to five students, one in each of the five faculties (applied sciences, arts, business administration, education and science) and a $500 bursary to a student athlete. The bursary is based on financial need.

Alumni Scholarship and Bursary Endowment Fund

Program code: UEBO584

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Undergraduate and graduate students. The awards are based on financial need and satisfactory academic standing.

David Armstrong Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO699

Value: $1200

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in the coop program. The bursary is based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

BelPar Industries Limited Bursary

Program code: UEBO664

Value: $700

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in any faculty. The bursary will be granted to a student who has maintained a satisfactory academic record and has financial need in the continuing pursuit of their studies. Preference will be given to students who are former employees of BelPar Industries or who are children or legal dependants of employees.

Birks Family Foundation Bursaries

Program code: UPBO551

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: The Birks Family Foundation has established a plan of annual contributions to the Student Aid Fund of recognized Canadian universities and colleges for the creation of these bursaries. The bursaries are awarded by the Foundation on the recommendation of the University Scholarship Committee, are not restricted by faculty or year, and may be renewed. The number and amount of such awards may vary annually depending upon the funds available from the Foundation.

BOMA Undergraduate Bursary in Urban Studies

Program code: UEBO715

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. Preference will be given to a student in the Certificate in Urban Studies program, or failing that, to a student in any faculty whose course work involves some aspect of real estate studies as their primary focus.

Louis Phillippe and L. Pierre Bonneau Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO662

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be awarded annually in the spring semester to undergraduate students in any faculty who are in satisfactory academic standing and demonstrate financial need.

The Honourable Angelo E. Branca and Mrs. Branca Bursary

Program code: UEBO586

Value: $800

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Students entering from secondary school. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and have satisfactory academic standing. Other bursaries valued approximately at one semester's tuition are available to students from any faculty, who have a minimum of 60 credit hours at Simon Fraser University, have maintained satisfactory standing, and are in financial need. In honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of the Honourable Angelo E. Branca and Mrs Branca, and on the occasion of his retirement from the bench, this bursary endowment fund has been established by the following donors, Confratellanza ItaloCanadese and friends. Mr J. Diamond, Mr J. Segal, Mr Ben Wosk.

Burrard Charitable Foundation Bursary

Program code: UPBO554

Value: $750

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A student with any physical disability. Adjudication will occur in consultation with the Physically Challenged Students' Coordinator.

Harvey and Dorothy Burt Bursary

Program code: UEBO587

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: One or more bursaries will be awarded each year on the basis of financial need and demonstrated active involvement in the areas of conservation or environmental protection. Preference will be given to Canadian undergraduate students in their third or fourth year of studies.

Emily Campbell Bursary Endowment Fund

Program code: UEBO589

Value: $125

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Students, staff and faculty parents who require some assistance with their daycare fees. Further information may be obtained from the Simon Fraser University Childcare Office. The Simon Fraser University Childcare Society and Simon Fraser University, through this fund, are committed to providing access to daycare services for children in the University community.

Campus Community Bursary

Program code: UEBO718

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in any faculty in any semester based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Canadian Federation of University Women - Coquitlam Bursary

Program code: UEBO713

Value: $750

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A fulltime mature undergraduate female student in any faculty who has returned to SFU after a break in studies. Preference, where possible, will be given to a resident of School District #43 or a graduate of a School District #43 secondary school.

Jim and Penny Cavers Bursary

Program code: UEBO732

Value: $2000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in any faculty and who have completed at least 60 credit hours.

Chancellor's Undergraduate Bursary

Program code: UEBO709

Value: $1000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students in any faculty on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Mr and Mrs Leslie Chu Bursary

Program code: UEBO697

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in any faculty. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need, demonstrated service to the community, and a satisfactory academic performance.

Confratellanza Italo Canadese Bursary

Program code: UEBO591

Value: $425

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students with financial need and satisfactory academic standing. Preference will be given to ItaloCanadian students if they meet the criteria.

Connell Lightbody Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO649

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Fulltime third year student planning to study law. Please provide a brief concerning your eligibility for this bursary. This bursary, established by the Connell Lightbody law firm is in recognition of the outstanding contributions made by Dr. Arthur Fouks to both the legal community of Vancouver and the development of Simon Fraser University.

Colin A. Conrad Bursary

Program code: UEBO728

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in any faculty based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

CUPE Local 15 Vancouver Municipal, Education and Community Workers' Bursary

Program code: UPBO580

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An applicant must be the sons, daughters, or legal dependents of Union members. The member upon whom the applicant is a dependent must be a current member in good standing or retired member of CUPE Local 15 (excluding associate members). The member must have demonstrated a primary attachment to CUPE Local 15 by holding Union membership through a minimum of six months employment for each of the two years prior to the date of enrolment and must be pursuing a field of study not in contradiction to the aims of the labour movement. The award selection will be made by Simon Fraser University in consultation with the Executive. Award will be based primarily upon financial need and provided that academic performance is satisfactory. The applicant must be beginning or continuing fulltime enrolment and must be capable of pursuing the course of study. An applicant for a bursary may only receive a bursary once every four years. Bursaries are to a maximum of $1,000 of tuition only. One half of the tuition will be paid at the beginning of the school year and the second half will be paid at the second half of the school year. Bursary recipients are requested to submit proof of completion of program/year for which the bursary was provided.

Alfred William Davidson Bursary

Program code: UEBO726

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in any faculty based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. Preference will be given to students who contribute to the university or to the community through volunteer activities.

De Jong/MacDonald Bursary

Program code: UEBO678

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: One or more bursaries will be awarded to undergraduate students in any faculty who have a satisfactory academic record and demonstrates financial need. A short letter outlining dedication to and involvement in the community should accompany the application.

Father DellaTorre Bursary

Program code: UEBO592

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Entering students: Bursaries valued approximately at one semester's tuition are available to students entering from Secondary School. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and have satisfactory academic standing.

Other bursaries valued approximately at one semester's tuition are available to students in any faculty, who have a minimum of 60 credit hours at Simon Fraser University, have maintained satisfactory academic standing and are in financial need. A Bursary Endowment Fund has been established in honor of Father DellaTorre for his 27 years of pastorship at the Sacred Heart Church, Vancouver. This fund will provide annual bursaries in perpetuity from the earned income.

Gordon R. Diamond Bursary

Program code: UEBO535

Value: $1000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: To undergraduate students in any faculty on the basis of demonstrated financial need and good academic standing.

Dr. Jack Diamond Bursary

Program code: UEBO615

Value: $1100

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: To provide a bursary to a student in any faculty with satisfactory academic performance and demonstrated financial need.

Enchant @ SFU Bursary

Program code: UPBO603

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students in any faculty.

Erm Fiorillo - Hal Davis CKNW Orphan's Fund Bursary

Program code: UEBO651

Value: $3000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An entering student from a secondary school in the Vancouver School District. In future the bursary may be offered to students graduating from secondary schools within the lower mainland. This award will be renewable for four academic years provided the recipient maintains a 2.00 grade point average and registers in 9 credit hours during the tenure of the award. This bursary is for a capable student whose family cannot provide financial assistance with the costs of postsecondary education because they are on welfare assistance. Students must be nominated by their secondary school Principals and all applications will be evaluated by a school district selection committee and the successful candidate will be recommended to the Simon Fraser University Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Alex W. Fisher Bursary

Program code: UEBO596

Value: $400

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A hardworking and deserving male student in need of financial assistance. Donated by Alex W. Fisher.

Lois M. Fisher Bursary

Program code: UEBO597

Value: $400

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A hardworking and deserving female student in need of financial assistance. Donated by Mr. Alex W. Fisher.

William Gordon Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO640

Value: $700

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in any Faculty. The student must have a satisfactory academic standing and demonstrate financial need.

Government of BC Women's Equality Bursaries

Program code: UPBO677

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Awarded to a woman student who is enrolled in full or part-time degree, diploma or certificate program in Women's Studies or related coursework, as in fields in which women have not traditionally sought post-secondary training, has a high academic standing and is in financial need. Apply on the Simon Fraser University Bursary application available at Financial Assistance. The application deadline is the end of the second week of classes. This bursary program is sponsored by the Ministry of Women's Equality.

Dr. Ben Gullison Bursary

Program code: UPBO640

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Second, third or fourth year students in any undergraduate program. In recognition of Dr. Gullison's work, evidence of community service will be considered in making the award.

Hamber Foundation Bursary

Program code: UPBO559

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Women students with satisfactory academic standing and need for financial assistance.

Madge Hogarth Bursaries

Program code: UEBO674

Value: $350

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students in any faculty who are entering or in their fourth year of study and who have maintained satisfactory academic standing and demonstrated financial need.

Horne Family Alumni Bursary

Program code: UEBO657

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A third or fourth year student who is a single parent, pursuing a degree at Simon Fraser University. The bursary is also based on satisfactory academic performance and demonstrated financial need.

Ken and Su Jang Entrance Bursary

Program code: UEBO672

Value: $1600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An entering student who demonstrates financial need and who has a satisfactory academic record prior to entrance to Simon Fraser University.

Blayne and Sharon Johnson Bursary

Program code: UEBO523

Value: $1200

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Charles Chan Kent Golden Wedding Bursaries

Program code: UPBO563

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A student who is proceeding to a degree in any field, has successfully completed at least one year at Simon Fraser University, and needs financial assistance. Preferably the bursary will be made to a student of Chinese descent.

Harold Lauer B'nai B'rith (Lions Gate Lodge 1716)

Program code: UPBO564

Value: $750

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students, in any faculty, who have determined financial need and satisfactory academic standing.

Sue MacDonald Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO654

Value: $700

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Two or more bursaries will be awarded to undergraduate students in any faculty who have proven financial need and a satisfactory academic record.

Dorothy May Martin Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO648

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Students who are returning to fulltime studies subsequent to a substantial interruption of their academic career after secondary school. Students must have a satisfactory academic standing and demonstrate financial need.

Dr Carol Matusicky Family Studies Bursary

Program code: UEBO708

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: On the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. Preference will be given to a student in the Certificate in Family Studies program or, failing that, to a student in any faculty whose course work will prepare them to work with children, youth and families after university.

John Michael McLarty Bursary

Program code: UEBO666

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in any faculty. The award will be granted to a student who has a satisfactory academic record and who is experiencing financial need in the continuing pursuit of studies. Preference will be given to Canadian students.

JoAnn Mychaluk Bursary

Program code: UEBO602

Value: $850

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Students with satisfactory academic standing. These bursaries are available to students who are or have been residents of the Chilcotin or Cariboo regions of BC. This fund, has been established in memory of JoAnn Mychaluk who worked in the Centre for Distance Education.

Madeleine Nelson/Megan Thomas Bursary

Program code: UEBO735

Value: $450

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to graduate or undergraduate students in any faculty in any semester based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. Preference will be given to mature female students beginning or returning to University.

Nitikman/Chan Bursary

Program code: UEBO737

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: When fully funded, the bursary will substantially pay tuition and fees for two semesters and will be disbursed over two semesters. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in any faculty of discipline. The recipient will be a single parent with preference given to entering students.

Evelyn J. Oliver Bursary

Program code: UEBO682

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Undergraduate full time students who are single parents. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance in the continuing pursuit of studies.

Opsimath Club Bursary

Program code: UEBO603

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: For mature, continuing students at Simon Fraser University, who have financial need and good academic standing. The Opsimath Club is an organization of senior (60 years) students.

Margaret Anne Paterson Bursary

Program code: UEBO527

Value: $700

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The bursary will be given annually in any semester to an undergraduate student in any faculty. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. The recipient should be attending university as a mature student at least five years after leaving secondary school.

Vancouver FoundationGeorge Pensom Bursary

Program code: UPBO579

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Bursaries are available to fulltime undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need and have satisfactory academic standing. Preference will be given to students from school district #47 (Powell River).

Permanent Bursary Endowment Plan

Program code: N/A

Value: $200

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Applications must be submitted on the Simon Fraser University Bursary Application form under the heading "Permanent Bursary Endowment Plan", these bursaries should not be listed individually. Permanent Bursary Endowments, to provide annual bursaries in perpetuity from the earned income, have been established by the following.

Belkin Packaging Limited Permanent Endowment Fund

Gretta Bowmer Memorial

Estate of Hans Christiansen

Mark and Phae Collins Fund (Vancouver Foundation)

Ted Cohen

Dr. Jack Diamond

Downs/Archambault

Dropin Centre Permanent Endowment Bursary

David A. Freeman

Ellen Mary Greenaway

John R. Hecht

Stephen Hinchcliff Memorial

A. Koch (Bella Koch Memorial)

Dr. W. Koerner

I.L. Kostman

Mrs. Katherine Leshgold

Samuel D. Leshgold

Dr. R.A. Palmer

Mr. and Mrs. N.L. Rothstein

M.M. Waterman

In Memory of Mrs. M.M. Waterman

Ben Wosk

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wosk 40th Wedding Anniversary

IODE Evelyn Price Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO641

Value: $700

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students who are in the final year of a degree program. Applicants must be Canadian citizens, be maintaining a satisfactory academic standing and be in financial need.

Office of the Registrar Bursary for Physically Challenged Students

Program code: UEBO665

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Physically challenged undergraduate or graduate students in any faculty. The bursaries will be granted to physically challenged students holding satisfactory academic records and who are experiencing financial need in the pursuit of studies.

Rotary Club of Vancouver Community Service Bursary

Program code: UPBO568

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Students in financial need with satisfactory academic standing.

Rotary Club of Vancouver Sunrise Entrance Bursary

Program code: UEBO706

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Based on financial need, to a student entering Simon Fraser University. Preference will be given to a student who resides in the City of Vancouver. The recipient of the award may be invited to make a presentation at a meeting of the Rotary Club of Vancouver Sunrise.

Saskexpo '86 Bursary

Program code: UPBO636

Value: $2750

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Saskatchewan secondary school student entering either Simon Fraser University in British Columbia or The University of Saskatchewan at Saskatoon in Saskatchewan. The award will alternate between Simon Fraser University and the University of Saskatchewan. For 19881989 (the first year of the award), the bursary was for a student attending Simon Fraser University. Selection will be made on the basis of financial need, the student's demonstrated contribution to his/her school and community, and leadership potential. Consideration may also be given to the student's academic record. Applications will be submitted to the Simon Fraser University Senate Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries Committee, in care of the Director of Financial Assistance at Simon Fraser University for students who plan to attend Simon Fraser University; and to the University of Saskatchewan Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries Committee, in care of the Registrar, for students planning to attend The University of Saskatchewan.

William and Jane Saywell Bursary

Program code: UPBO682

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A student who is a single parent and who has demonstrated a deep commitment to any field of study at Simon Fraser University and has financial need. A letter is required that outlines and discusses their extracurricular activities and interests that would demonstrate commitment to the chosen field of study.

Sceptre Investment Counsel Ltd Bursary

Program code: UEBO701

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An entering undergraduate student in the Faculty of Science beginning in the 1995 fall semester on a rotational basis in subsequent years to the faculties of Applied Sciences (1996), Arts (1997), Business Administration (1998), and Education (1999). The bursary will be awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Sceptre Investment Counsel Administrative/Union Pension Plan Bursary

Program code: UEBO721

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Granted to a student in any faculty on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Mrs. Rosalie Segal Endowment Fund for Students With Special Needs

Program code: UEBO604

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: This fund has been established to provide bursaries to physically challenged students. Up to three bursaries will be awarded on the basis of financial need. Adjudication will occur in consultation with the Physically Challenged Students' Coordinator.

Stanley Sievenpiper Bursary

Program code: UEBO605

Value: $400

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: One award in the Fall and one in the Spring on the basis of financial need. Preference will be given to third and fourth year students. This fund has been established in memory of Stanley Sievenpiper.

Simon Fraser Student Society UCB Pub Bursaries

Program code: UPBO571

Value: $800

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Students with special or emergency financial need with preference to those students who may not otherwise be able to attend Simon Fraser University. Applications are open to part or full time, beginning or continuing students as well as international students.

Simon Fraser University 10th Anniversary Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO504

Value: $300

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: This fund has been established to provide bursaries for students in financial need who maintain a GPA of 2.00.

Simon Fraser University Bursary Endowment Fund

Program code: UEBO502

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: All undergraduates in financial need are eligible to apply for these bursaries. A minimum CGPA of 2.00 is required.

Simon Fraser University Daycare Bursaries

Program code: UUBO700

Value: $100

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Applications for daycare bursaries are available at the Daycare Centre. Eligible students may qualify for a bursary provided that financial need can be demonstrated by a completed Canada Student Loan assessment or an Open Bursary assessment. Daycare bursaries are available to both graduate and undergraduate students.

SFU International Students' Bursary Fund

Program code: UUBO600

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: This fund has been established to assist undergraduate visa students who have critical financial need. Students applying for this bursary must be registered in a minimum of 9 credit hours and have satisfactory academic standing.

Simon Fraser University International Students' Emergency Assistance Fund

Program code: UPBO637

Value: $800

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: This fund has been established primarily to assist undergraduate visa students who have critical financial need. Students applying for this bursary must be registered in a minimum of 9 credit hours and have satisfactory academic standing.

Simon Fraser University Open Bursaries

Program code: UUBO500

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Must be registered in a minimum of 9 credit hours and have satisfactory academic standing.

SFU Punjabi Students Association Bursary

Program code: UEBO521

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The SFU Punjabi Students Association Bursary valued at a portion of the income earned on the endowment, will be awarded annually in any semester. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students in any faculty.

Jennifer Allen Simons Bursary

Program code: UEBO669

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: An undergraduate or graduate woman student in any faculty. The bursary will be granted to a student who is a single parent supporting a child, and who is in financial need and who has satisfactory academic performance. Applicants must have completed one semester at Simon Fraser University as a fulltime student.

B and B Sivertz Bursary

Program code: UEBO656

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need and satisfactory academic performance, and who have completed 30 credit hours at Simon Fraser University.

Harry and Dora Annie Smee Bursary

Program code: UEBO606

Value: $900

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Up to three bursaries will be awarded to students in any faculty who have completed at least 30 credit hours at Simon Fraser University. The awards will be based on financial need and satisfactory academic standing. Preference will be given to female students.

Merle L. Smith Bursary

Program code: UPBO572

Value: $525

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: A physically challenged student in any faculty who is beyond first year studies. Initial preference will be given to wheelchair users.

Squamish Nation Bursary

Program code: UEBO738

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Valued at a portion of the earned interest, is granted in any semester based on financial need and community service to a student who is a member of the Squamish Nation. The bursary may be granted to graduate or undergraduate students in all disciplines. The successful student will have completed a minimum of 24 credits and will have achieved a minimum CGPA of 2.00. The application should include a discussion of the student's involvement in SFU or Squamish Nation community activities and confirmation of the student's status with the Squamish Nation.

Dorothy Sullivan Bursary

Program code: UEBO690

Value: $850

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in any Faculty who has been a Federal or Provincial prisoner. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Victor J. Sundberg Memorial Bursary in Engineering Science

Program code: UEBO681

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in any faculty. Whenever possible, preference will be given to a student majoring in Engineering Science in the Faculty of Applied Science. Applicants must have a satisfactory academic record and be in financial need in the pursuit of their academic studies. As well, special consideration will be given to community involvement and citizenship, evidence thereof to be provided in an accompanying letter or supporting documentation.

TCG International Inc. Bursary

Program code: UEBO644

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students in any faculty. The bursaries will be granted to students with satisfactory academic standing and experiencing financial need in the continuing pursuit of their studies. Preference for one of the bursaries will be given to applicants who are sons, daughters, or legal dependants of employees of TCG International Inc. However, where no such candidate is identified, disbursement of the awards will be at the discretion of Simon Fraser University.

Trident Enrichment Society Bursary

Program code: UEBO696

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An entering or first year undergraduate student in any faculty. The bursary will be awarded to a student with a satisfactory academic record and demonstrated financial need in the continuing pursuit of their studies. The application must be accompanied by a letter outlining the applicant's participation in community service.

TSSU Member Child Care Bursary

Program code: UUBO550

Value: $250

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: TSSU employees are eligible to apply to the TSSU Member Child Care Bursary for each semester in which they hold an appointment and are registered as students at SFU and in which they receive child care services from a paid child care provider. All applications are subject to verification. The applicant must identify him/herself as an employee in the bargaining unit on the bursary application.

University Women's Club of Coquitlam Bursary

Program code: UPBO573

Value: $750

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A mature female student who is continuing her education after several years absence, and is in her first year of study.

University Women's Club of Vancouver Bursary

Program code: UPBO575

Value: $600

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A female student in any faculty enrolled in any program of study leading to a degree. The basis of the award is demonstration of financial need and satisfactory academic standing.

Western Businesswomen's Association Bursary

Program code: UEBO705

Value: $800

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A full or parttime student who is either entering the University for the first time or returning after an absence. Preference will be given to a mature female student. The bursary will be based on satisfactory academic performance and demonstrated financial need. The award will include a one year's membership in the Western Businesswomen's Association as well as the opportunity to engage in the association's mentorship program.

Morris J. and Dena Wosk Bursary

Program code: UEBO712

Value: $700

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students in any faculty, on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Fred & Maureen Wright Bursary

Program code: UEBO710

Value: $750

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students in any faculty on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

John and Isabel Young Bursary

Program code: UEBO516

Value: $1000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Bursaries for Applied Sciences Students
IODE Burnaby Municipal Chapter Bursary

Program code: UEBO658

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Third or fourth year students majoring in Science or Applied Sciences. Students must be Canadian citizens and graduates of Burnaby Senior Secondary School. Financial need and satisfactory academic standing is required.

Canadian Federation of University Women - North Vancouver Bursary

Program code: UPBO574

Value: $1000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A female undergraduate student enrolled in the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year in any math or science Faculty or Professional School. The recipient should be in financial need and in satisfactory academic standing. The recipient must be a resident of North Vancouver or a graduate of a North Vancouver Secondary School (School District #44).

Hugh Clark Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO694

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in the School of Engineering Science. The award will be granted to a student holding a satisfactory academic record and experiencing financial need in the continuing pursuit of his/her studies.

Delcan Corporation Bursaries

Program code: UPBO667

Value: $1000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Undergraduate and Graduate students registered full time in the faculties of Science or Applied Sciences. It is the intention of the Delcan Corporation to promote socioenvironmental research and studies relative to major civil engineering projects; to support opportunities for women to enter careers at the management level in engineering; to increase high technological input into civil engineering, and to promote superior written and oral communication skills. Students will apply for these bursaries through Financial Assistance, and must include a letter of recommendation from the Office of the Dean of the major program.

Engineers' Wives' Association Bursary

Program code: UEBO525

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students in the School of Engineering Science. The applicant should be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada.

Ancie and Arthur Fouks Bursary in Publishing Studies

Program code: UEBO526

Value: $2500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: One or more bursaries will be awarded annually in the Fall Semester to a student enrolled in a degree program in Publishing Studies. Awards may also be given to graduate students undertaking a Master Program in Publishing Studies. Student must have a minimum of 85 credit hours. The successful applicant should have financial need, a satisfactory academic standing and a demonstrable intent to pursue a career in the publishing industry. Applicants must submit to the Publishing Studies Program Committee a resume, including education and work history, and at least one short sample of professional, academic or business writing or portfolio piece to be considered for the award.

Ralph Kerr Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO599

Value: $1200

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students. Preference will be given to students who are in their third or fourth year of studies in the Physics or Engineering Programs. This bursary fund has been established in memory of Ralph Kerr, a charter member of Simon Fraser University and a former employee of the Physics Department.

Tom Mallinson Bursary in Communication

Program code: UEBO518

Value: $1000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students in the School of Communication with a shown interest in the field of interpersonal communication.

Olga and Richard Murray Bursary in Applied Sciences

Program code: UEBO725

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to graduate or undergraduate students in the Applied Sciences Faculty on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. To the extent feasible, preference will be given to a student, or the spouse or child of a person, who is a member of the Telecommunication Workers Union or of VanTel Credit Union.

Pacific National Foundation Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO655

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A single parent, undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Applied Sciences or the Faculty of Science. The bursary will be granted to a student wishing to upgrade their professional skills. The student should have satisfactory academic standing and a demonstrated financial need. A letter expressing job goals and direction should accompany the application form.

Professional Engineers of BC Hydro Bursary

Program code: UPBO685

Value: $750

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Third and fourth year Engineering Science students who are in fulltime studies with satisfactory academic standing and demonstrated financial need.

Kazuya Shinyashiki Memorial Bursary in Computing Science

Program code: UEBO515

Value: $1000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in computing science with financial need.

Sierra Systems Bursary in Computing Science

Program code: UEBO663

Value: $2500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Third or fourth year students in the School of Computing Science. Applicants must have a satisfactory academic standing and financial need. One award will be given to a student from the Greater Vancouver Regional District and the other to a student from outside the Greater Vancouver Regional District.

Victor J. Sundberg Memorial Bursary in Engineering Science

Program code: UEBO681

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in any faculty. Whenever possible, preference will be given to a student majoring in Engineering Science in the Faculty of Applied Science. Applicants must have a satisfactory academic record and be in financial need in the pursuit of their academic studies. As well, special consideration will be given to community involvement and citizenship, evidence thereof to be provided in an accompanying letter or supporting documentation.

Irene May Surbey Bursary

Program code: UEBO723

Value: $900

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science or in the Faculty of Applied Sciences. The bursary is granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Vancouver Foundation Health Science Bursaries

Program code: UPBO578

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Fulltime undergraduate and graduate students who have completed two years of postsecondary education. Areas of study include any of the following: PreMed program, Clinical Psychology, Kinesiology, Biomedical Engineering, and Gerontology. Awards are based upon financial need and good academic standing.

Bursaries for Arts Students
B.C. Shopping Centre Association Bursary

Program ID: UPBO-604

Value: $1,000

Awarded: Summer

Terms: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need andsatisfactory academic performance to an undergraduate student of the Certificate in Urban Studies.

BOMA Undergraduate Bursary in Urban Studies

Program code: UEBO715

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. Preference will be given to a student in the Certificate in Urban Studies program, or failing that, to a student in any faculty whose course work involves some aspect of real estate studies as their primary focus.

IODE Burquitlam Chapter Bursary

Program code: UPBO561

Value: $300

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in second or third year within the Faculty of Arts. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. The recipient may be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada with preference given to individuals who have prior schooling (or partially educated) in Canada.

Gloria Garrett Carlton Bursary in Dance

Program code: UEBO522

Value: $1000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The Gloria Garrett Carlton Bursary in Dance valued at a portion of the income earned on the endowment, will be awarded annually in any semester. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students majoring in Dance in the School of Contemporary Arts.

Chien's Cultural Foundation Bursary

Program code: UEBO707

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, or in the Faculty of Arts, preferably in Political Science. The Bursary will be given to a student in good academic standing who is experiencing financial need.

Adaline May Clark Bursary

Program code: UEBO590

Value: $400

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: The late Mrs. Clark has provided for the endowment of funds, for bursaries to enable students to attend, or continue to attend university. Students must be registered in the School for the Contemporary Arts, and must demonstrate financial need and a high level of achievement in the Arts.

Dr. Ed Colhoun Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO673

Value: $225

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in Spanish who is holding a satisfactory academic record and who demonstrates financial need.

Kenneth Conibear Bursary in English

Program code: UEBO724

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to qualifying students in English taking at least 10 hours of undergraduate courses. The bursary will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

English Faculty Honours Bursary

Program code: UEBO730

Value: $400

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: On the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance, to an undergraduate student in the honours English program. If there is no suitable candidate from the honours English program in a given year, the bursary may be awarded to an undergraduate student majoring in English.

Murray Farr Bursary in Performing Arts

Program code: UEBO679

Value: $1000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in the School for the Contemporary Arts with a performing arts concentration.

Aird Dundas Flavelle Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO659

Value: $1200

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A student who has completed at least 15 hours at Simon Fraser with a satisfactory academic standing and whose course of study is in the following areas: political science, economics and/or business administration.

Florence Godwin IODE Bursary in Criminology

Program code: UEBO650

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student majoring in Criminology, on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. The recipient may be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada.

IATSEMotion Picture Technicians Union Local 891 Bursary

Program code: UPBO694

Value: $2000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to fulltime undergraduate students in the School for Contemporary Arts majoring in film or theatre. The bursary is granted in any semester based on demonstrated need and satisfactory academic performance.

ICBC/Brian Jones Memorial Bursary in Criminology

Program code: UEBO524

Value: $750

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students in the School of Criminology.

Valerie Ann Kilby Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO685

Value: $700

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An upper level undergraduate student majoring in Psychology. Preference will be given to a student who graduated from Centennial Secondary School in Coquitlam. The bursary will also be based on financial need and satisfactory academic standing in the continuing pursuit of studies.

Keith G Loughlin Gerontology Bursary

Program code: UEBO702

Value: $700

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A graduate student enrolled in the Masters of Gerontology program, or to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Gerontology program, a Post Baccalaureate Diploma Program. The bursary will be granted to a student demonstrating financial need and in satisfactory academic standing. Preference will be given to a student specializing in quality of life issues in intermediate care facilities for seniors. Applicants should submit with their application, a letter outlining specialization or area of interest in the Gerontology field. A departmental nomination is to be submitted along with the application form.

Grace Woodsworth MacInnis Bursary

Program code: UEBO704

Value: $700

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student who either has an approved minor in Humanities or has an approved major in Women's Studies or Political Science. The recipient should have demonstrated financial need and a satisfactory academic standing; preference given to a woman student.

McCavour Family Bursary in Criminology

Program code: UEBO691

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students in Criminology who are single parents. Preference will be given to applicants who are sons, daughters or legal dependants of members of the Firemen's Benefit Association of Vancouver, BC, however, where no such candidate is identified, the award may be disbursed to other eligible students. The bursary will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Lydia McCombie Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO693

Value: $1200

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts majoring in English. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Bruce McKelvie Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO601

Value: $400

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: A student on the basis of financial need and satisfactory academic standing. To qualify students must have completed at least two years of study at Simon Fraser University and be focusing their studies on early BC History, namely 18th century forward. The bursary has been established by the Native Sons of British Columbia, Post #2.

Robin Mercer Memorial Bursary in Archaeology

Program code: UEBO675

Value: $700

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student who is majoring in Archaeology and who has a satisfactory academic record and in financial need. This bursary was established in memory of Robin Mercer, a former alumnus of Simon Fraser University in the Faculty of Arts.

Dr. Grazia Merler Bursary in French

Program code: UEBO714

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A student in French on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Margaret A. Mitchell Bursary in Political Science

Program code: UEBO687

Value: $2500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate female student in second, third or fourth year of studies who is majoring in Political Science. The award will be granted to a student holding a satisfactory academic record and demonstrated financial need. When possible, preference will be given to a candidate living in the east end of Vancouver or in Burnaby.

Margaret A. Mitchell Bursary in Women's Studies

Program code: UEBO688

Value: $2500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate female student in second, third or fourth year who is majoring in Women's Studies. The award will be granted to a student holding a satisfactory academic record and demonstrated financial need. When possible, preference will be given to a candidate living in the east end of Vancouver or in Burnaby.

Kelly O'Hagan Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO683

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student enrolled in the Latin American Studies Field School. One or more bursaries will be awarded biennially on the basis of financial need and satisfactory academic standing. Departmental nomination/recommendation is required.

Dr. Margaret Ormsby Bursary in History

Program code: UEBO719

Value: $850

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in the Department of History based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Rosslyn and Mary Penney Bursary in the Faculty of Arts

Program code: UEBO700

Value: $400

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Awarded to an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts in their second, third or fourth year of study. The bursary will be granted to a student who is physically challenged. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Helen Pitt Fund for Fine Arts (Vancouver Foundation)

Program code: UPBO567

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Bursaries are available to 3rd or 4th year students in Fine Arts who demonstrate merit and financial need. Fine Arts will include painting, sculpture, printmaking, drawing and photography. Preference will be given to Fine Art students from Vernon, BC and the surrounding District. The School for the Contemporary Arts forwards nominations to Financial Assistance.

George and Muriel Rogers Bursary in the Faculty of Arts

Program code: UEBO534

Value: $1000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: To an entering or returning undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts. Preference will be given to a female student who is continuing her education after an absence of several years. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Rogers Sugar Ltd. Bursaries

Program code: UPBO553

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students, who are in their third or fourth year of study at Simon Fraser University. Two bursaries are available to students majoring in Business Administration, and three bursaries to students majoring in Economics, or the Sciences, including Mathematics and Statistics.

Donald H.M. Ross Faculty of Arts Bursary

Program code: UEBO692

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A third or fourth year undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts. The bursary will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Paul and Ethel Seifner Linguistics Bursaries

Program code: UEBO661

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students pursuing a linguistics program who have satisfactory academic standing, demonstrated financial need, and have completed 15 credit hours at Simon Fraser.

Sodexho Marriott Bursaries

Program code: UPBO602

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Awarded to fulltime undergraduate students in the Faculty of Arts. The bursaries are based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Vancouver Canada China Education Association Bursary

Program code: UPBO692

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: To a student in the Asia Canada Program, based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance. The application should include a letter from the applicant expressing his/her interest in the area of Asia Canada studies. When possible, preference will be given to students in the area of Chinese studies.

Bursaries for Business Administration Students
3M Canada Company Bursary in Business Administration

Program code: UPBO601

Value: $1000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Administration.

BC Bond Dealers Association Bursary

Program code: UEBO689

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. The bursary will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and a satisfactory academic record.

Keith and Betty Beedie Foundation

Program code: UEBO698

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate third or fourth year student in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in either Finance or Accounting. Preference will be given to a graduate of either a Burnaby secondary school or Magee Secondary School. The bursary will be granted on the basis of satisfactory academic performance.

Faculty of Business Administration Alumni Bursaries

Program code: UEBO531

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the Faculty of Business Administration.

Chien's Cultural Foundation Bursary

Program code: UEBO707

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, or in the Faculty of Arts, preferably in Political Science. The Bursary will be given to a student in good academic standing who is experiencing financial need.

Connor, Clark & Lunn Bursary

Program code: UPBO684

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: To undergraduate student in the faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in International Business who is in good academic standing and experiencing financial need.

Maurice S. Dodge Bursary

Program code: UEBO720

Value: $1250

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Given to a third or fourth year student majoring in Business Administration with an Accounting or Finance concentration. The bursary will be granted to a student in good academic standing who is in financial need.

A. John Ellis Bursary in Business Administration

Program code: UEBO711

Value: $1000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Administration. The bursary will be awarded based on financial need and a satisfactory academic standing.

Executive Women International Bursary

Program code: UEBO684

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate female student enrolled in the Faculty of Business Administration in the second, third or fourth year of studies and who has a satisfactory academic record and financial need.

Aird Dundas Flavelle Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO659

Value: $1200

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A student who has completed at least 15 hours at Simon Fraser with a satisfactory academic standing and whose course of study is in the following areas: political science, economics and/or business administration.

Henderson Development Ltd. Bursary

Program code: UPBO688

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in third or fourth year in Business Administration. The bursary will be awarded to a student in satisfactory academic standing and demonstrated financial need.

Dr. Cal Hoyt Bursary in Business Administration

Program code: UEBO722

Value: $600

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Administration based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Laing Property Endowment Fund Bursary

Program code: UEBO653

Value: $900

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Fulltime undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Administration. The awards are based on financial need and satisfactory academic standing.

R.J. McMaster Memorial Bursary (Credit Union Foundation of B.C.)

Program code: UPBO634

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A student majoring in Business Administration who is entering or in the final year of studies and, who has taken or will be enrolled in BUS 393, BUEC 391 or BUEC 495. The basis of the bursary will be financial need and good academic standing.

Pacific National Foundation Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO655

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A single parent, undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Applied Sciences or the Faculty of Science. The bursary will be granted to a student wishing to upgrade their professional skills. The student should have satisfactory academic standing and a demonstrated financial need. A letter expressing job goals and direction should accompany the application form.

Rogers Sugar Ltd. Bursaries

Program code: UPBO553

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students, who are in their third or fourth year of study at Simon Fraser University. Two bursaries are available to students majoring in Business Administration, and three bursaries to students majoring in Economics, or the Sciences, including Mathematics and Statistics.

Robert Rogow Bursary in Business Administration

Program code: UEBO727

Value: $1,000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Administration based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

J. Rose Memorial Bursary

Program code: UPBO683

Value: $1400

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: An undergraduate or graduate Business Administration student who is in full time studies. The bursary will be granted on the basis of financial need and satisfactory academic performance. This bursary is provided by the Vancouver Foundation. A departmental recommendation is required.

Seaspan International Bursary

Program code: UPBO686

Value: $750

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A student, approved as a major, in Business Administration, who has satisfactory academic standing and financial need.

Vancouver Executives Association Bursary in Business Administration

Program code: UEBO588

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A fulltime, undergraduate student in Business Administration. The bursary will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic standing.

Charles S. Walker Bursary

Program code: UEBO731

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in marketing.

Bruce and Lis Welch Bursary in Business

Program code: UEBO717

Value: $1200

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Business Administration based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory performance.

Bing Sum Yip Bursary In Business Administration

Program code: UEBO686

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration. The award will be granted to a student with a satisfactory academic record and demonstrated financial need.

Elizabeth Young Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO695

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: One or more bursaries will be awarded to undergraduate female students in Business Administration who demonstrate satisfactory academic achievement and financial need.

Bursaries for Education Students
BC Exchange Teachers' Association Bursary

Program code: UPBO594

Value: $300

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate or graduate students in the Faculty of Education, in any semester based on demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

University Women's Club of Vancouver/Jean Beaty Memorial Bursary in Education

Program code: UEBO519

Value: $750

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to a mature student in the Faculty of Education.

May Bennett Bursary

Program code: UEBO585

Value: $125

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students in the Faculty of Education. Applicants should be prepared to teach in British Columbia and demonstrate dedication to the teaching profession.

Canadian Yugoslav Community Bursary in Education

Program code: UEBO703

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate third or fourth year student in the Faculty of Education. The bursary will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Faculty of Education Special Bursary

Program code: UEBO595

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: A student enrolled in the Professional Development Program who is also enrolled in a minor in Learning Disabilities, and who is entering EDUC 405 in either Spring or Fall semester. The bursary is awarded for the semester in which EDUC 405 is undertaken.

Faculty of Education Alumni Bursary

Program code: UEBO533

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the Faculty of Education.

Pacific National Foundation Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO655

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A single parent, undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Applied Sciences or the Faculty of Science. The bursary will be granted to a student wishing to upgrade their professional skills. The student should have satisfactory academic standing and a demonstrated financial need. A letter expressing job goals and direction should accompany the application form.

Maureen Pollard Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO734

Value: $750

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the Professional Development Program in the Faculty of Education. Preference, when possible, will be given to students in the Elementary stream.

Sylvia R.H. Rice Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO660

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A first year student in PDP in the Faculty of Education. Satisfactory academic standing and demonstrated financial need is required.

Teacher Savings Credit Union Bursary

Program code: UPBO638

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: A student who is in a Bachelor of Education degree program, or who is enrolled in the Professional Development Program. Applicants must be members or sons and daughters of members of the BC Teachers Credit Union which should be clearly documented. A photograph will be required from the recipient.

Vancouver Elementary School Teachers Association Bursary

Program code: UPBO577

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Students who are residents of Vancouver or students who have attended a Vancouver elementary school and are proceeding to a degree or certificate in teaching. Recipients are selected also on the basis of need. The awards offered are as follows:

Bursaries for Science Students
Undergraduate Biology Student Union Bursary

Program code: UPBO695

Value: $100

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: One bursary valued at $100 will be available annually in any semester. The bursary, based on financial need, will be granted to an undergraduate student who is an approved biology major and is in good academic standing.

IODE Burnaby Municipal Chapter Bursary

Program code: UEBO658

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Third or fourth year students majoring in Science or Applied Science. Students must be Canadian citizens and graduates of Burnaby Senior Secondary School. Financial need and satisfactory academic standing is required.

Canadian Federation of University Women - North Vancouver Bursary

Program code: UPBO574

Value: $1000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A female undergraduate student enrolled in the second, third, or fourth year in any math or science Faculty or Professional School. The recipient should be in financial need and in satisfactory academic standing. The recipient must be a resident of North Vancouver or a graduate of a North Vancouver Secondary School (School District #44).

CurzonDigman Bursary

Program code: UEBO594

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Available to graduate students in physics or for majors or honours students in physics, mathematical physics, chemical physics, biophysics or other joint programs with physics. These bursaries are subjected to financial need and academic ability. Nominations will be made by the Chair of the Physics Department in consultation with financial Assistance.

Delcan Corporation Bursaries

Program code: UPBO667

Value: $1000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Undergraduate and Graduate students registered full time in the faculties of Science or Applied Sciences. It is the intention of the Delcan Corporation to promote socioenvironmental research and studies relative to major civil engineering projects; to support opportunities for women to enter careers at the management level in engineering; to increase high technological input into civil engineering, and to promote superior written and oral communication skills. Students will apply for these bursaries through Financial Assistance, and must include a letter of recommendation from the Office of the Dean of the major program.

Ralph Kerr Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO599

Value: $1200

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students. Preference will be given to students who are in their third or fourth year of studies in the Physics or Engineering Programs. This bursary fund has been established in memory of Ralph Kerr, a charter member of Simon Fraser University and a former employee of the Physics Department.

Margaret Lawson McTaggartCowan Alumni Bursary

Program code: UEBO600

Value: $700

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A female student who is majoring in Mathematics and who has completed at least two fulltime semesters at Simon Fraser University.

Oakley Family Endowed Bursary in Science

Program code: UEBO736

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students in the Faculty of Science.

Pacific National Foundation Endowment Bursary

Program code: UEBO655

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A single parent, undergraduate student in the Faculty of Business Administration, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Applied Sciences or the Faculty of Science. The bursary will be granted to a student wishing to upgrade their professional skills. The student should have satisfactory academic standing and a demonstrated financial need. A letter expressing job goals and direction should accompany the application form.

Rogers Sugar Ltd. Bursaries

Program code: UPBO553

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students, who are in their third or fourth year of study at Simon Fraser University. Two bursaries are available to students majoring in Business Administration, and three bursaries to students majoring in Economics, or the Sciences, including Mathematics and Statistics.

Irene May Surbey Bursary

Program code: UEBO723

Value: $900

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Granted to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science or in the Faculty of Applied Sciences. The bursary is granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance.

Ken Turner Memorial Endowment Fund Bursary

Program code: UEBO639

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Third or fourth year undergraduate students with a specialization in Marine Biology. All students are welcome to apply however, preference will be given to a student from the Kimberly area if all other qualifications have been met. This bursary is in memory of Ken Turner, a graduate of the Resource Management Program. A departmental recommendation is also required.

Urea Formaldehyde Foam Insulation Action Association Bursary

Program code: UEBO607

Value: $300

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Students who have completed at least 60 credit hours and who are studying in the areas of toxic chemicals or pollutants and their effects on human health and functioning. Please document eligibility. The Endowment has been established by the Association.

Vancouver Foundation Health Science Bursaries

Program code: UPBO578

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Fulltime undergraduate and graduate students who have completed two years of postsecondary education. Areas of study include any of the following: PreMed program, Clinical Psychology, Kinesiology, Biomedical Engineering, and Gerontology. Awards are based upon financial need and good academic standing.

Bursaries for Student Athletes
Ed McDougall Memorial/SFU Softball Alumni Bursary

Program code: UEBO520

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: The Ed McDougall Memorial/SFU Softball Alumni Endowment Fund provides annual awards in any semester up to a maximum of $600 per applicant from a portion of the income earned on the endowment. Bursaries will be granted on the basis of demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic performance to students who are members of the SFU Women's Varsity Softball team. Applications should include confirmation of the students' membership on the SFU Varsity Softball team.

Jane Norman Memorial Bursary

Program code: UEBO652

Value: $800

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student involved in the Simon Fraser soccer program. Awards are based on financial need and a satisfactory academic record. A recommendation is required from the Director of Athletics.

Awards for the University Community

Awards are given in recognition of distinguished intellectual, cultural, social or athletic contribution to university life. Awards usually consist of monetary remuneration but may also come in the form of a prize or medal. Many of the following awards have been made possible by generous donations.

Regulations for Academic and Service Awards

The following regulations govern all prizes, medals or awards over which the University has jurisdiction.

Awards for All Students
Alumni Association Outstanding Student Leadership Award

Program code: UPAO167

Value: $2000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to a student in any faculty who is in his/her 3rd or 4th year with a minimum of thirty (30) credit hours completed at SFU. The recipient will have demonstrated a combination of outstanding academic achievement and outstanding performance or leadership in another endeavour at SFU or in the broader community. The achievement may be in athletics or the arts, in service to the University or to the community at large. Nominations, including a letter and resume from the nominee and a supporting letter from an individual who can speak to the achievements of the nominee, should be sent from the chair or director of the nominee's department or school to the Registrar. The award will be made by the senate undergraduate awards adjudication committee. Presentation of the Alumni Association Outstanding Student Leadership Award will take place at the annual Outstanding Alumni Awards Ceremony.

BC Bearing Engineers Limited Award

Program code: UEAO537

Value: $250

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Granted to a coop student in any faculty who is doing his/her work term(s) in Latin America, including Mexico. The Award is intended to offset travel and/or living expenses for the period of time (not exceeding one year) spent in Latin America, or Mexico. If more than one student applies for the award, then the best CGPA will be the deciding factor. The award will be made by the senate undergraduate awards adjudication committee on the recommendation of the director, cooperative education.

B.C. Sugar Achievement Award

Program code: UEAO526

Value: $4850

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to a SFU faculty, staff member, student or multiple of the same who meet the following criteria: winner of national or international competition, or recipient of national or international prize or award; history of leadership in recipient's field; accomplishment(s) relate directly to responsibilities and activities at SFU. Nominations of an individual or group should be forwarded to the Director, Student Academic Resources by April 15th of each year. Nominations should include a description of the nominee's achievements, a curriculum vitae (if appropriate), and three letters of recommendation.

Deans' Convocation Medals

Program code: UUAO002

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: A graduating student from each faculty. The dean of the respective faculty will recommend a student who is from the top 5% of graduating students within that faculty. The top 5% is defined by cumulative GPA. All nominations are to be forwarded to the assistant to the registrar.

Terry Fox Gold Medal

Program code: UUAO001

Value: $1000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Any person who has demonstrated those personal qualities of courage in adversity and dedication to society which have been exemplified by Terry Fox and his Marathon of Hope. All nominations should be made directly to Financial Assistance.

Alexander Fraser Award in Piping and Drumming

Program code: UEAO011

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: These awards are made following a competition among the pipers and drummers on campus. A cash award will be made to the student judged best in each of the two categories. In addition, a cash award may also be made to the student who has contributed most significantly to the development of Highland tradition at Simon Fraser University.

Gandhi Essay Award

Program code: N/A

Value: $350

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Simon Fraser University undergraduates, who have completed at least 30 credit hours and who are registered for courses in the current academic year (SeptemberAugust) are eligible for the award. Essays should be typed and be no longer than 2500 words. Essays must be submitted to the Director, Institute of Humanities.

Governor General's Silver Medal

Program code: UPAO001

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The silver medal will be awarded to the student whose record, in the opinion of the faculties, is the most outstanding in the graduating classes in any faculty. Eligible candidates should have completed a minimum of 60 semester hours at Simon Fraser University. The award shall be made to the student who has maintained a high scholastic standing during not fewer than six semesters or the equivalent of 60 semester hours or more at Simon Fraser University.

Stephen Harold Edward Herring Prize

Program code: UEAO048

Value: $1000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The Herring Prize will honour the development of a device or innovative way to restore lost functions and provide increased independence for people who have been paralyzed. Submissions will be evaluated by the Herring Committee based on the originality of the research, keeping in mind the contribution of direct and effective research in alleviation and curing injuries made by impact that cause any paralysis. Eligible candidates will be graduate or undergraduate students at SFU in any faculty. The submission should include a description of the research, device or innovation to alleviate or cure injuries causing paralysis and two letters of support from faculty who know the student well and can attest to the originality of the research and role played by the student. Submissions should be sent to the Director, Student Academic Resources by April 15th. The Herring Prize will be awarded at the February Awards Ceremony in the following year. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Stephen Herring Prize Committee.

Hong Kong University BC Alumni Award

Program code: UEAO538

Value: $1500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A Coop student in any faculty who is doing his/her work placement in Hong Kong. The award is intended to offset travel and/or living expenses for the period of time (not exceeding one year) spent in Hong Kong. The award will be made by the senate undergraduate awards adjudication committee on the recommendation of the cooperative education program director.

Honor Roll

Program code: N/A

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A limited number of students will be admitted each semester to the University honor roll, mainly on the basis of excellent work completed in the previous semester. This award will be shown on the student's permanent record. Admission to the honor roll requires that the student:

Program code: UEAO522

Value: $450

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in any Faculty who has provided volunteer services to the university community. Particular preference will be given to students who have provided aid to students with physical disabilities. Applicants may apply for the award themselves, or may be recommended by a member of the university community.

Barry and E. Anne MacDonald AsiaCanada Awards

Program code: UEAO525

Value: $1500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Awarded on a competitive basis to undergraduate students in the AsiaCanada Program, and may be used to support travel and/or living expenses for a student attending an Asian Field School (e.g. but not limited to, the Chinese Field School). From time to time, funds may be used to support the community outreach activities of the AsiaCanada Program. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Dean of Arts or his/her designate.

Iain Ormsaig MacKinnon Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO045

Value: $1900

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in any faculty. The award is for a student who plays the bagpipe, either as a solo musician or as part of the SFU Pipe Band or another pipe band and has a CGPA of 3.25+. Applications for this award should include a letter of reference from an appropriate individual discussing the applicant's activities as a piper or participation in a pipe band.

Muslim Students' Association Award

Program code: UPAO183

Value: $300

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: One award valued at $300 will be available annually in the Fall semester. The award is granted to an undergraduate student in good academic standing from any faculty. The successful applicant will be involved in the Muslim Students' Association for two semesters promoting better understanding and open dialogue between Muslims and the campus community at large. The applicant should submit a letter detailing his/her volunteer activities and a brief synopsis of how this activity helped to promote Islamic awareness.

C.D. Nelson Memorial Prize

Program code: UEAO019

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The C.D. Nelson Memorial Prize was established at Simon Fraser University in 1975 in memory of Professor C.D. Nelson, first head of Biological Sciences, who gave so fully of himself to the whole University community. One C.D. Nelson Memorial Prize, valued at approximately $500 for the purchase of a Work of Art, will be awarded annually. The prize will be granted to a current or retired faculty or staff member, or to a current student who has made an outstanding contribution to Simon Fraser University other than normal or academic work. Nominations are to be made through Student Academic Resources, Office of the Registrar. The Prize will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Eileen Purkiss Memorial Endowment Award

Program code: UEAO023

Value: $100

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: To graduate and undergraduate international students. In adjudicating the award, consideration will be given to the special contributions made by the student to the social and cultural exchange and development of international students at Simon Fraser University with specific reference to volunteer service, promotion of goodwill, and the organization of social, cultural and related events. Applications or nominations may be made through Financial Assistance with appropriate letters of reference. The endowment fund is established in memory of Eileen Purkiss.

Gordon M. Shrum Gold Medal

Program code: UPAO002

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: An award of a gold medal and $500 is to be awarded in May of each year to an outstanding student in any faculty who has completed the requirements for the Bachelor's degree during the preceding Summer, Fall or Spring semester. The award shall be made to the student who has maintained a high scholastic standing during not fewer than six semesters or the equivalent of 60 hours or more at Simon Fraser University and who, by participating in extracurricular activities, has shown outstanding qualities of character and unselfish devotion to Simon Fraser University. The award shall be made upon the recommendation of the Awards Committee after consultation with members of the faculty and representatives of the student body.

Simon Fraser University Pipe Band Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO043

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A Simon Fraser University student playing with the University Pipe Band who has particular promise in piping or drumming and who has maintained a satisfactory academic record. Recommendation is required from the SFU Pipe Band Major.

Simon Fraser University Piping Award

Program code: UUAO006

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Students who are members of the Simon Fraser University Pipe Band in recognition of their significant contribution to the University. The Ceremonies Office will forward nominations to Financial Assistance.

Ted Sinnott Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO027

Value: $450

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: A student who has made a contribution of a voluntary nature, to the University community, thereby reflecting positively the cheer and goodwill which the late Ted Sinnott generated at Simon Fraser University for so many years. Nominations or applications will be received by Financial Assistance.

William A. (Bill) Stewart Volunteer Leadership Award

Program code: UEAO049

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: To graduate or undergraduate students in any faculty whose volunteer activities have made a significant contribution to the development and/or improvement of campus community life. The application should include a letter from the student outlining his/her volunteer activities and the impact those activities have had on campus life.

Dr. Abe Unrau Memorial Coop Prize

Program code: UEAO039

Value: $350

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: An outstanding coop student in any faculty who, at the time of graduation, has the highest cumulative grade point average and who has successfully completed a minimum of four work semesters. A student from the School of Engineering Science coop program may also be considered if he/she has successfully completed three work terms and a research semester (the undergraduate thesis project) producing an undergraduate thesis. The award will be made by the senate undergraduate awards adjudication committee on the nomination of the director, cooperative education program.

US Embassy Essay Prize in History

Program code: UPAO175

Value: $100

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The U.S. Public Affairs Office, U.S. Embassy Ottawa provides an annual award of $100 in the spring semester to the undergraduate student producing the best essay on the subject of U.S. history. Essays should be submitted to the Undergraduate Studies Committee by April 15th.

Joan H. Walter Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO030

Value: $100

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: This award will be awarded biennially to a student who has been employed in the Tour Guide Service. Special consideration will be given to the student's willingness to serve and personal commitment to the University community and to the degree to which Simon Fraser University has been promoted with enthusiasm and accurate information. A nomination from the Director of Student Recruitment is required.

Roger G. Welch Alumni Prize

Program code: UEAO172

Value: $850

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: An alumnus/alumni of Simon Fraser University pursuing a degree program or a post baccalaureate diploma. The prize will honor or recognize students who have demonstrated leadership, citizenship and dedication in service to the university community. Participation on the wider community will also be considered. The granting of the prize will be based on evidence submitted by the applicant or by another person, group or association.

Awards for Applied Sciences Students
Mark and Nancy Brooks Computing Science Innovation Award

Program code: UEAO052

Value: $750

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Granted to a Computing Science student in good academic standing who demonstrates exceptional accomplishment, promise or innovation in the area of computing science outside classroom work. The application should include a description of the interest or innovative ideas that student is considering.

Communication Alumni Endowment Award

Program code: UEAO155

Value: $800

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: A third or fourth year undergraduate student in Communication who submits the best essay in the field of Communication.

Computing Science Graduation Award

Program code: UEAO529

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Top graduating student in Computing Science. If there are two students who qualify, the award will be given to the student who has demonstrated service to the computing science undergraduate student body or to the university. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director or the School of Computing Science.

Computing Science Student Society Award

Program code: UEAO042

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students in Computing Science, who if declared majors, meet the GPA requirements to stay in the School, or if not a declared major, meet the School's GPA requirements to declare. Candidates need not have completed all the courses required to declare a major in Computing Science. Applicants must demonstrate service to the University community in particular to the undergraduate Computing Science Student Society and/or the Computing Science undergraduate student body. Financial need may be taken into account if more than one student qualifies for the award. Applications for the award should be submitted to the Director of the School of Computing Science and will include a letter discussing university community involvement or involvement with the Society. Recommendations from any member may be submitted to the Director. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director of the School of Computing Science in consultation with the undergraduate Computing Science Student Society.

DMR Award in Information Technology

Program code: UPAO182

Value: $2000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Granted annually in any semester to a third or fourth year student pursuing either a joint major in information systems in business administration and computing science or a degree in the management and systems science program. Applications should include an indication of the students' interest in and work with information technology. The recipients of the DMR Awards may be eligible to be considered for a summer work term with DMR Consulting Group Inc.

Electronic Arts Inc. Award of Excellence in Computing Science

Program code: UPAO186

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Valued at $500, will be given to the top student in Computing Science. The award recipient will be invited to visit the Electronic Arts (Canada) Inc. Studio.

Engineering Science Undergraduate Student Project Award

Program code: UEAO535

Value: $100

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Given annually for projects proposed by SFU Engineering Science undergraduate students. The project proposals submitted for consideration should contain a description of the project, Category as noted below, the benefits to Engineering Science students, the university or to industry, an implementation schedule including a deadline and a contact student who is registered, and a complete cost breakdown. The project can fall into one of four (4) categories that will be ranked according to the Rating Criteria (first Criteria being the highest).

Category A - Competition

The Award(s) will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nominations of the Funding Council and the Director of the School of Engineering Science.

Engineering Undergraduate Student Society Award

Program code: UEAO512

Value: $250

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in Engineering Science who has demonstrated service to the Engineering Science undergraduate student body. Students must be in good academic standing to apply for award. Preference will be given to those students who have not previously received the Award. Applications for the Award should be made to the Director of the School of Engineering Science. The application should include a letter from the student of the EUSS discussing the student's involvement in and service to the Engineering Science student body. In addition, any member of the Engineering Science Undergraduate student body may nominate a recipient to the Director of the School of Engineering Science. The Director will consult with the EUSS prior to making the recommendation. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Award Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director of School of Engineering Science.

First Marathon Inc. Award in Kinesiology

Program code: UEAO533

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Available to Kinesiology Major and Honours students interested in developing a career in Sport Science or the Fitness Industry. Tenure and remuneration from the award shall extend over three semesters. Candidates must have completed at least 90 hours of course work towards a B.Sc. degree in Kinesiology usually with a 3.0 GPA. Candidates must already be in possession of CPR, RFA and preferably, an Industrial First Aid certification. The successful candidate will work under the supervision in the Tong Louie Human Performance Centre a minimal five hours per week in each of two semesters. Suitable candidates on completion of two semesters of supervised study will be offered an opportunity to work independently as a consultant in the Centre for the remaining semester of the award. Applications for the award will be received by the Director, School of Kinesiology in August each year. Selection will be made by the Director of the Tong Louie Human Performance Centre and the Director of the School of Kinesiology and announced on the 1st of September.

Glenayre Award in Engineering Science/Computing Science

Program code: UPAO173

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Undergraduate students in the School of Engineering Science or the School of Computing Science. The Glenayre Awards will be granted to the best senior projects that show the students' interest and aptitude in one or more areas pertaining to Glenayre's business, including wireless data communications, embedded systems programming, communications protocol design, digital signal processing, applications of operating systems to realtime problems, communication network management, and communication systems hardware design. A letter of recommendation from the faculty member supervising the student's senior project should be submitted with the application. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Dr. M. Sheila O'Connell Prize for Children's Literature

Program code: UEAO534

Value: $1500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student who has completed work in the general subject area of children's literature, fiction or criticism or is working towards publication of a piece of children's literature. A proposal outlining the story should be forwarded by candidates to the crossdisciplinary committee from the Faculty of Education, the Department of English and the School of Communication. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the joint committee.

Radio Station CHMB AM1320 Award in Communication

Program code: UEAO523

Value: $2000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Available to a student enrolled in the Communications Honors program to assist with the cost of completing the Honors project. Preference will be given to a multilingual student whose Honors project addresses issues regarding the diversity of languages and cultures in the Greater Vancouver area with a focus on the role of the mass media, preferably radio. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, School of Communication.

Rogers Communications Inc. Award in Communication

Program code: UEAO120

Value: $2000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Student enrolled in the Communications Honors program to assist with the cost of completing the Honors project. Preference will be given to a student whose Honors project addresses recent issues in Communication (e.g., relating to television or to the production of a video). The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, School of Communication.

Awards for Arts Students
Archaeometry Prize

Program code: UEAO003

Value: $200

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Either an undergraduate or graduate student who has shown exceptional scholarship and an interest in the application of Physical Science to Archaeology. This prize will be awarded by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the faculty members involved in Archaeometry.

Noel Archambault Memorial Award in Film

Program code: UEAO050

Value: $1200

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to an undergraduate student in the School for Contemporary Arts, film major program whose fourth year film/video project best invokes Noel Archambault's spirit of independence, innovation and technical ingenuity. The award will be adjudicated on the basis of the proposal for their upcoming fourth year film or video project the film major students present at the conclusion of their third year in the film program. The award will be made by the senate undergraduate awards adjudication committee on the nomination of the director, School for Contemporary Arts.

Jane Austen Society Prize

Program code: UPAO132

Value: $100

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: A student for the best essay by an upperlevel undergraduate student on the subject of Jane Austen, her life, works, or closely related social history. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the English Department. Applications and/or nominations are to be forwarded to the Dean of Graduate Studies office for adjudication.

G.A.B.C. Chuck Bayley Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO519

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Graduate or undergraduate students, full or parttime, who have through volunteer or paid work experience demonstrated an aptitude for and interest in the field of Gerontology. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Gerontology Alumni Chapter.

British Canadian Chamber of Trade and Commerce Essay Prize in British History

Program code: UPAO184

Value: $200

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The British Canadian Chamber of Trade and Commerce provides a $200 essay prize in the Spring Semester to the undergraduate student producing a superior term essay or report on the subject of British history. Special consideration will be given for originality in analysis and treatment of the area. Essays should be submitted to the Undergraduate Studies Committee in History by April 15th, and must have been written in one of the three previous semesters.

British Columbia Psychological Association Award

Program code: UPAO005

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: A certificate of excellence will be awarded for outstanding achievement in the study of Psychology to a graduating student who has completed the requirements for a Bachelors degree over the previous Summer, Fall, or Spring semester.

Richard P. Brolly Prize

Program code: UPAO185

Value: $350

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: One award of $350 will be made available at the end of Spring semester to a student producing an outstanding paper/essay on any topic in archaeology. The paper/essay will have been written in the previous Spring, Fall or Summer semester. Papers should be submitted to the Department of Archaeology Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. Papers may be submitted for consideration by the author(s) or by the instructor.

Robert C. Brown Award

Program code: UEAO195

Value: $2000

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: A student in the Faculty of Arts who has completed a minimum of 60 credit hours at the University. The recipient will have demonstrated a combination of outstanding academic achievement and outstanding performance or leadership in another endeavour at Simon Fraser. This may be in athletics, in service to the University, or in representing the University to the community at large. The Robert C. Brown Endowment Fund was established to recognize the outstanding contributions of Dr. Robert C. Brown to Simon Fraser University, and particularly to the Faculty of Arts where, for fifteen years he was Dean. Nominations, including the nominee's résumé, should be forwarded to Financial Assistance.

Bureau du Quebec Book Prizes in Quebec Studies

Program code: UPAO177

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: To one top ranking undergraduate student and one top ranking graduate student in the Department of French having a concentration in Quebec studies within the Department's FrenchCanadian course offerings, including Quebec literature and/or linguistics. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee and the Senate Graduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the Chair, Department of French. The Department of French reserves the right to withhold one or both prizes in any given year.

Bice Caple Awards

Program code: UUAO005

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Outstanding contribution to the Fine Arts at Simon Fraser University during the previous year.

During the tenure of the award each recipient must:

Normally, the award may be held only once, but in no case may an individual receive the award more than twice. Each recipient will be nominated by the Director of the School of the Contemporary Arts, the award of $1,000 will be disbursed in two equal installments, one in the Fall semester and one in the Spring semester.

The Chan Sisters Foundation NonProfit Coop Employment Grant

Program code: N/A

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: The grant will subsidize Coop students in the Faculty of Arts Program whose next Coop work terms will be in notforprofit organizations. The Chan Sisters Foundation NonProfit Coop Employment Grant will be administered by the Director, Cooperative Education Program.

Simon Fraser University Service Awards (Contemporary Arts)

Program code: UUAO000

Value: $100

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Students in the School for Contemporary Arts who have made a significant contribution in their field of study. Candidates must have been registered in a minimum of six credit hours (hours with a calculated GPA) with satisfactory academic standing in the qualifying semester of contribution. Graduate students may also be recognized for these awards.

Laurence Mervyn Cox Internships in the Centre for Research in Academic Writing

Program code: UEAO528

Value: $5000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An internship may be granted to a third or fourth year undergraduate student in the Department of English who has demonstrated an excellent command of written and spoken English. The applicant should be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada. The application will include samples of at least two pieces of the applicant's written work. When possible, preference will be given to students in financial need. The successful applicant(s) will intern in the Writing Centre for one semester. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the Chair, Department of English.

Downtown Vancouver Association Award in Urban Studies

Program code: UEAO047

Value: $950

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to a student in the Post Baccalaureate Program in Urban Studies who submits the best essay or project in a given year. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Director, Urban Studies Program.

Al Eisenring Gerontology Award

Program code: UEAO041

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate mature student whose area of study is Gerontology. A departmental nomination is required from the Chair of Gerontology.

European History Book Prize

Program code: UEAO174

Value: $200

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The author of a superior undergraduate term report or essay on any topic concerning European history. Special consideration will be given for originality in analysis and treatment of the area. Essays are to be submitted to the History department by April 15th and must have been written in one of the three previous semesters. The department of History awards committee will make a nomination to the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee. The History department will undertake to publicize and adjudicate the essay competition.

Institute for the Humanities TravelStudy Award

Program code: N/A

Value: $1500

Awarded: Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to third or fourth year students who are registered in a humanities program, to assist them to attend a travelstudy/field school program offered by Simon Fraser University. Letters of applications should be sent to the Director, Institute for the Humanities, and must include a resume, statement describing the relevance of the program/field school to the student's academic program and goals, and one letter of reference from Simon Fraser University faculty. The application deadline is January 15th.

Nick Kravariotis Memorial Scholarship in Hellenic Studies

Program code: UEAO200

Value: $550

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to a student with the highest gpa in intermediate modern greek language.

Betty Lambert Memorial Prize

Program code: UEAO014

Value: $200

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student enrolled in at least nine credit hours. The prize will be based upon the best unpublished play submitted. Students must apply to the Department of English by February 15th. The endowment fund is established in memory of Betty Lambert.

Cliff Lloyd Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO016

Value: $75

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: An honors student in economics graduating with the highest CGPA on the nomination of the Department of Economics.

Marcia Scholarship in Electroacoustics

Program code: UEAO130

Value: $250

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: A graduate or undergraduate student from any discipline who shows promise and/or excellence in the field of electroacoustics, whether for composition, research, performance or production. A department nomination is required.

Stephen McIntyre Book Prize in History

Program code: UPAO018

Value: $400

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The top graduating student in history in recognition of academic excellence on the nomination of the Department of History Awards Committee.

Sean McLeod Memorial Award in Music

Program code: UPAO180

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in the School for the Contemporary Arts majoring in music. The successful applicant will be a fulltime student who achieved a gpa of 2.8 or more in their previous semesters of fulltime studies at Simon Fraser University. Preference, when possible, will be given to students who have returned to fulltime studies subsequent to a substantial interruption of their academic career after secondary school.

Richard Morgan Memorial Book Prize

Program code: UEAO038

Value: $150

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student who submits a superior term report or essay on any topic concerning Canadian Native history. Special consideration will be given for originality in analysis and treatment of the area. Essays are to be submitted to the history department by April 15, and must have been written in one of the three previous semesters. The award will be made by the senate undergraduate awards adjudication committee on the nomination of the Department of History awards committee.

Ingrid Nystrom Archaeology Award

Program code: UEAO180

Value: $1100

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student majoring in Archaeology to further studies in archaeology or physical anthropology. Please consult the Archaeology Department for further details and application procedures by November 1st.

Dr. M. Sheila O'Connell Prize for Children's Literature

Program code: UEAO534

Value: $1500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student who has completed work in the general subject area of children's literature, fiction or criticism or is working towards publication of a piece of children's literature. A proposal outlining the story should be forwarded by candidates to the crossdisciplinary committee from the Faculty of Education, the Department of English and the School of Communication. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the joint committee.

Margaret Ormsby History Prize

Program code: UPAO176

Value: $275

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: For the best essay written by an undergraduate upperlevel student enrolled in a Canadian history course at Simon Fraser. Special consideration will be given for originality in analysis and treatment of the subject. Essays are to be submitted to the history department by April 15th, and must have been written in one of the three previous semesters. Margaret Ormsby, the doyen of historians of British Columbia, wrote the standard work on the history of the province, served for ten years (196575) as the head of the history department at the University of British Columbia and as president of the Canadian Historical Association in 196566, and was awarded an honorary doctorate by Simon Fraser University in 1971. The prize will be managed by the history department and will be awarded on the nomination of the Ormsby prize committee to the department. The history department will undertake to publicize and adjudicate the essay competition. The prize will be granted by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair of the Department of History.

Philippa Polsen Memorial Prize

Program code: UPAO021

Value: $250

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: A student for the best English honors essay completed during the calendar year preceding October 15th. The Selection Committee, composed of the Department of English Undergraduate Committee, will consider all essays completed during the year. Graduated students, as well as those still completing a degree, are eligible.

Psychology Alumni Honors Prize

Program code: UEAO037

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: A student enrolled in Psychology 490/499. The award will be based on the quality of research conducted for the Honours project. The recipient will be expected to give a talk on his/her research at the Psychology Department's annual convention. Both graduates and undergraduates are eligible. Awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair of the Psychology Department.

Rama Reddy Political Science Award

Program code: UEAO527

Value: $250

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Top graduating student in Political Science. The awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair of Political Science Department.

Simon Fraser University Gold Medal and Prize In History

Program code: UPAO026

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The Department of History wishes to recognize and encourage academic excellence with the award of a medal to the best history student in each graduating year. The award will be based on the best grade point average for upper level work.

Robert L Stanfield Book Prize

Program code: UEAO028

Value: $50

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Outstanding graduating students in Political Science. Awards will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Chair of the Political Science Department.

F.W. Sullivan Visual Arts Award

Program code: UEAO029

Value: $95

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: A student majoring in the Centre for the Arts Visual Arts Program. The award will be based upon a student's contribution to the visual arts and the financial need associated with the public exhibition of his or her work. Nominations will be forwarded from the Centre for the Arts to the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Prize of the Ambassador of Switzerland in Canada

Program code: UPAO022

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Students in their final year with the highest grades in German and French languages on recommendation by the Department (for German) and the Department of French (for French).

Winnie Topping Memorial Prize

Program code: UEAO032

Value: $50

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: A female student in honors Anthropology or Sociology who shows the greatest promise of becoming both a scholar and a humanitarian. Applicants must submit a letter of nomination from a faculty member of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology.

Volunteers of the Burnaby Art Gallery Award in Visual Arts

Program code: UEAO046

Value: $700

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The most promising student in third year in the Visual Arts major program. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the School for the Contemporary Arts Departmental Awards Committee.

Brian Williamson Memorial Award in Archaeology

Program code: UEAO515

Value: $750

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A student who has declared a major in Archaeology, is registered in a minimum of 9 credit hours (not necessarily in Archaeology) when application is made and intends to use the Award to help defray travel costs to participate in field research in Archaeology or Physical Anthropology. The Award will be based on use of the Award, academic achievements, and relevance of travel to the applicant's academic career. Applications should be sent in writing to the Chair, Department of Archaeology. The application should include: evidence that the student is an Archaeology major in good academic standing, copy of most recent transcript, a statement describing how the Award will be used and any other relevant information that will aid the Committees in their decision. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Department of Archaeology undergraduate Awards committee.

Awards for Business Administration Students
Peter R.B. Armstrong/Rocky Mountaineer Award for Entrepreneurship

Program code: UEAO051

Value: $2500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Granted to 3rd or 4th year students in the Faculty of Business Administration who have evidenced or achieved some level of entrepreneurial activities. Applications should include a letter discussing the student's interest and involvement in entrepreneurial activities.

Samuel Belzberg Award of Excellence in Finance

Program code: UEAO035

Value: $200

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: An outstanding graduating student in Finance who has also made an important voluntary contribution to the University community or who has otherwise demonstrated leadership and management capability. The award is supported by The Diamond Fund in Business. A departmental nomination is required.

Business Administration Students Endowment Fund Prizes

Program code: UEAO006

Value: $100

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The two finalists in the Dean's Medal competition. Students will be chosen by the Dean of Business Administration.

Cohen Fund in Business - J. Segal Prize

Program code: UEAO036

Value: $400

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The top undergraduate graduating Business Administration student in Marketing. This prize is supported by the Cohen Fund in Business. Departmental nomination is required.

Dean's Student Service Award

Program ID: UUAO-200

Value: medal

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: In 1995, the Dean of the Faculty of Business Administration established the Dean's Student Service Award. The purpose of the award is to recognize outstanding service in the university community by an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Administration. The Dean's Student Service Award will be awarded annually in the spring semester to recognize service in the preceding calendar year. The award, an engraved plaque and a gift, will be granted to a student, approved in a Business program, who has been nominated by the executive of a Faculty of Business Administration student club as their most valuable member. The student should have a minimum CGPA of 3.0 and must have been active in one of the student clubs in two of the three semesters in the preceding year. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Award Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the Dean, Faculty of Business Administration.

DMR Award in Information Technology

Program code: UPAO182

Value: $2000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Granted annually in any semester to a third or fourth year student pursuing either a joint major in information systems in business administration and computing science or a degree in the management and systems science program. Applications should include an indication of the students' interest in and work with information technology. The recipients of the DMR Awards may be eligible to be considered for a summer work term with DMR Consulting Group Inc.

SFU Accounting Club Award

Program code: UPAO181

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A student in the Faculty of Business Administration with a concentration in accounting. The award is based on academic merit and extracurricular involvement. The successful applicant should have a minimum CGPA of 3.5. Extracurricular interests can include active memberships in clubs, volunteer experiences, sports activities and community involvement. Along with the application, applicants should submit a personal letter outlining their extracurricular interests and a supporting letter of reference.

University Publishers Award in Business Administration

Program code: UPAO179

Value: $200

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Granted to a student in the Faculty of Business Administration based on academic merit and his/her participation in student government as an officer. The successful applicant may be involved as an officer in the Business Administration Student Society (BASS) or in the campuswide SFU Student Society. Applicants must submit a resume and a letter documenting their involvement in BASS or the Student Society.

Awards for Education Students
Jean G.K. Bailey Memorial Award

Program code: UEAO004

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: A student who entered the Professional Development Program in September, and a student who entered in January. The awards will be a three year membership in the National Society for the study of Education.

Dr. Maxwell A. Cameron Memorial Medals and Prize

Program code: UPAO007

Value: $100

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to students in the Faculty of Education, one to a student in the elementary or middle school stream, and another to a student in the secondary stream. The prizes will be given in the summer semester to the outstanding student in each stream based on his/her academic accomplishments and overall performance during the completion of the Professional Development Program practica. The prizes commemorate the distinguished life and work of Dr. Maxwell A. Cameron (19071951), first director of the School of Education at the University of British Columbia and author of the Cameron Report on Education.

Claude E. Lewis Award

Program code: UEAO015

Value: medal

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Granted in the Fall or Spring semester to each of two students who have demonstrated excellence in overall performance during completion of the Professional Development Program in the Faculty of Education.

Dr. M. Sheila O'Connell Prize for Children's Literature

Program code: UEAO534

Value: $1500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student who has completed work in the general subject area of children's literature, fiction or criticism or is working towards publication of a piece of children's literature. A proposal outlining the story should be forwarded by candidates to the crossdisciplinary committee from the Faculty of Education, the Department of English and the School of Communication. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the joint committee.

Professional Development Program Awards of Excellence

Program code: UUAO003

Value: $500

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: In recognition of excellence in overall performance during the 401/402 and 405 practica as well as demonstrated potential for future professional growth. Nominations may come from self, faculty, school associates or other student teachers. Contact the Faculty of Education for further information.

Awards for Science Students
Archaeometry Prize

Program code: UEAO003

Value: $200

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Either an undergraduate or graduate student who has shown exceptional scholarship and an interest in the application of Physical Science to Archaeology. This prize will be awarded by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the nomination of the faculty members involved in Archaeometry.

Biological Sciences Merit Award

Program code: UESO205

Value: $1100

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A Biology major who has the highest academic record at the conclusion of the sixth semester of study or the equivalent thereof. A student may receive this award only once during their undergraduate career. Awarded upon nomination of the Department of Biological Sciences.

Chemistry Book Award - Dr. E.J. Wells

Program code: UEAO008

Value: $50

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Outstanding graduation grade point averages to graduating students in Chemistry, Chemical Physics or Biochemistry.

Chemistry/Biochemistry Award

Program code: UEAO173

Value: $900

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student in the final year pursuing a major or honors degree in Chemistry or Biochemistry. The award will be granted to an outstanding student as judged by academic accomplishments and contributions to the department and to the University. Departmental nomination is required.

Dean of Science Award

Program code: UEAO009

Value: $250

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: On the basis of academic merit to a student in the Faculty of Science, who has completed a minimum of 90 semester hours in a major or honors degree program. The prize will be based upon the student's cumulative GPA in the previous two semesters of fulltime study at Simon Fraser University (at least 12 semester hours credit in each semester) and the nominee will be nominated by the Faculty of Science Undergraduate Curriculum Committee.

DMR Award in Information Technology

Program code: UPAO182

Value: $2000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Granted annually in any semester to a third or fourth year student pursuing either a joint major in information systems in business administration and computing science or a degree in the management and systems science program. Applications should include an indication of the students' interest in and work with information technology. The recipients of the DMR Awards may be eligible to be considered for a summer work term with DMR Consulting Group Inc.

Rudi Haering Award in Physics

Program code: UEAO013

Value: $300

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: On the nomination of the Physics Department to an outstanding Physics or Chemical Physics undergraduate who has completed six semesters of study. A book prize may be included as part of the award. Established by members of the Simon Fraser University Physics Department in honor and recognition of Dr. R.R. Haering, founding Department Head and Professor, 196472.

Management and Systems Science Prize

Program code: UEAO040

Value: $350

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: The Management and Systems Science Graduation Prize is an annual award valued at approximately 20% of the awardable income from the Management and Systems Science Endowment. The award will be given to an outstanding graduating student who has exhibited leadership through entrepreneurial skills, contribution to the program or contribution to the university in general. To be eligible, a student must be completing his/her degree in the preceding Fall semester, the Spring semester of the award or the Summer semester following the award. Students may be nominated for the award by faculty members in any of the constituent departments of the MSSC program, the executive of MSSC Student Society or Coop coordinators placing MSSC students. The Management and Systems Science Prize provides an annual award valued at approximately 80% of the awardable income from the Management and Systems Science Endowment. Two prizes are available to students with an approved MSSC major or honors program and a minimum CGPA of 3.00. One prize will be given to a student in their third year of the program and one prize to a student in the fourth year or higher. Preference should be given to a student who has not previously received the award.

Mathematics and Statistics Endowment Fund

Program code: UEAO017

Value: $50

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: The most outstanding students in selected first and second year Mathematics and Statistics courses. From time to time, interest income may be used for the enrichment of the Mathematics program at the discretion of the Chair providing the expenditure is within the general intent of the endowment fund. The Chair of Mathematics and Statistics will forward nominations for awards and prizes to the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee. This fund has been established to provide awards to further mathematics undergraduate education at Simon Fraser University and to encourage secondary school students to enter into the study of Mathematics.

Putnam Awards

Program code: UPAO024

Value: $100

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Awarded by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics to Simon Fraser University students listed as top participants in the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition. The winners will be determined according to the official list provided by the organizers of this competition. The ranking and the financial value of the award are as follows.

Rank Award

P (Putnam fellow) $350

N $300

H $250

I $200

II $150

III $100

Webber Chemistry Coop Book Prize

Program code: UPAO031

Value: $50

Awarded: Summer

Terms of reference: Cooperative education chemistry (biochemistry) students who submit outstanding coop work reports during the year. The awards will be made on the basis of nominations submitted to the senate committee on scholarships, awards and bursaries by the chemistry coop coordinator.

Awards for Student Athletes
Regulations for Athletic Awards

The following regulations apply to athletic and recreation awards (see also page 44):

Program code: UEAA001

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To a student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership in the management or administration of SFU Athletic, Recreation or Intramural programs.

Yolande D. Anderson Women's Basketball Award

Program code: UEAA060

Value: $800

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A fulltime student in good standing who is on the Simon Fraser women's basketball team and who demonstrates athletic ability in basketball.

G.F. Kym Anthony Endowment Fund

Program code: UEAA087

Value: $750

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: The award is based on athletic merit in the wrestling program and will be awarded to a full or parttime student in good standing who is a wrestler attending Simon Fraser University.

Aon Reed Stenhouse Inc. Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA034

Value: $400

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Athletes who meet the academic requirements and demonstrate outstanding athletic ability.

Aquademic Award

Program code: UPAA019

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: The Aquademic Award, sponsored by Lis Welch, will be granted to an SFU student, in good academic standing, who exhibits outstanding athletic ability on the SFU Women's Swimming and Diving team. The disbursement of award may be split between the Fall and Spring semesters.

C.G. "Chuck" Arnold Golf Award

Program code: UEAA002

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Two students who demonstrate outstanding ability in golf and meet the academic requirements. Preference will be given to residents of the Lower Mainland of BC.

Athlete Assistance Awards

Program code: UUAO105

Value: $250

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A number of awards are available each semester from funds raised by SFU athletic teams to assist student athletes in meeting educational costs. Candidates must be members of an SFU athletic team and have demonstrated dedication to their sport. Recipients must be registered in 9 credit hours and maintain a CGPA of 2. Awards will be made by the senate undergraduate awards adjudication committee on nominations from the Director of Recreational Services and Athletics.

Athletic Entrance Awards

Program code: UUAO104

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Four awards valued at $1,000 are available to students on the basis of demonstrated leadership in an intercollegiate sport. Students must maintain a 2.00 CGPA and be registered in nine credit hours during the tenure of award.

Athletic and Recreation Awards

Program code: UUAO100

Value: $700

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: The purpose of the Athletic and Recreation Awards is to recognize significant contributions to the athletic activities of Simon Fraser University, or to recognize excellence in extraordinary amateur athletic activities. Up to 50 awards valued at $700 each are available to students who:

Nomination will be made by the Director of Recreational Services and Athletics to the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee.

Jason Auramenko Endowed Golf Award

Program code: UEAA089

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To a student or students on the SFU Golf team who are in good academic standing. The recipient(s) must be graduate(s) of Canadian junior golf. Confirmation of this condition may be in writing by the student and/or SFU Head Golf Coach.

Jason Auramenko Memorial Golf Award

Program code: UPAA016

Value: $2000

Awarded: Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to a student or students on the SFU Golf team who exhibit outstanding athletic merit and are in good academic standing. The recipient(s) must be graduate(s) of Canadian junior golf and have demonstrated excellence in golf. $2000 in total will be awarded annually. The award will be made by the Senate Undergraduate Awards Adjudication Committee on the recommendation of the Head Golf Coach and Director, Recreational Services and Athletics.

Bank of Nova Scotia Football Award

Program code: UEAA003

Value: $300

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A student registered in a program of study in any faculty at Simon Fraser University demonstrating outstanding ability in football, as well as proven academic achievement. This $3,000. selfperpetuating athletic award has been established by the Bank of Nova Scotia.

BC Athlete Assistance Program

Program code: UXAA001

Value: $250

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: The BC Athlete Assistance Program is funded by the provincial government in support of BC athletes in reaching athletic goals and encouraging the pursuit of academic education.

B.C. Central Credit Union Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA016

Value: $200

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Annual award of approximately $300 to a student who is registered in a program of study in any faculty at SFU and who exhibits outstanding ability as well as proven academic achievement.

BC Lions Football Award

Program code: UEAA004

Value: $100

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given to student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance in playing on the varsity football team. Preference will be given to students with high academic standing.

BCTV Broadcasting System Ltd Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA015

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: To students who meet the athletic requirements and have satisfactory academic standing.

BC Wrestling Association Alumni Award

Program code: UEAA022

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A student with demonstrated commitment to wrestling and who meets the academic requirements.

Beedie Construction Company Ltd (Keith & Betty Beedie) Award in Women's Softball

Program code: UEAA032

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To a student in any faculty who is a member of the SFU Women's Softball team and is in good academic standing.

Best Cleaners Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA017

Value: $250

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: An athlete who meets the academic requirements and exhibits outstanding ability.

John Buchanan Men's Soccer Award

Program code: UESO512

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To an undergraduate student in any faculty in good academic standing who is a member of the Men's Soccer team. A letter of recommendation from the Head Soccer Coach should accompany the application.

Canadian Airlines International Ltd Award

Program code: UEAA035

Value: $400

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: An athlete who meets the academic requirements and exhibits outstanding ability.

Canadian National Railways

Program code: UEAA005

Value: $100

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A student who is registered in a program of study in any faculty at Simon Fraser University and who exhibits outstanding ability in the sport of football, as well as proven academic achievement. The selfperpetuating athletic award has been established by Canadian National Railways.

Carrera Alumni Award in Wrestling

Program code: UEAA019

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: A student active in wrestling at Simon Fraser who meets the athletic and academic requirements. Preference will be given to a Centennial Senior Secondary School graduate.

Jim Ciccone Men's Basketball Award

Program code: UEAA084

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A full or parttime student in good standing who is attending Simon Fraser University and is on the Basketball team. Preference, when possible, will be given to SFU students from Northern BC, or to students from BC. The award is based on athletic merit in the Men's Basketball Program.

Clansmen Athletic Alumni Society Award

Program code: UPAA013

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: Provides for annual award(s) to entering or continuing students who are involved in the intercollegiate football program and demonstrate outstanding ability in the sport of football.

CocaCola Student Athlete Awards

Program code: UPAA018

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To students who are members of a varsity athletic team at Simon Fraser University. Awards may be granted in any semester. The recipients must be in good academic standing.

W. Lorne Davies Senior Graduation Award

Program code: UEAA079

Value: $1000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: A senior SFU varsity athlete with at least 90 semester hours of which 48 semester hours are at Simon Fraser University. The recipient will have completed their senior year of athletic eligibility as identified by the NAIA. The Award will be announced at the March Awards banquet and will be granted to a registered student in the summer, fall or spring semester to offset the tuition costs of the graduation year. The award must be granted within one year of notification. The W. Lorne Davies Senior Graduation Award's purpose is to fulfill the philosophy of W. Lorne Davies that all varsity athletes should achieve graduation.

W. Lorne Davies Athletic Excellence Award

Program code: UEAA080

Value: $2000

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: The outstanding male and the outstanding female varsity athlete of the year. Two awards may be given in either category if there are two equal candidates. Recipients must be fulltime students. The awards will be granted at the Simon Fraser University Athletics Banquet.

Larry K Davis/Bravo International Services Corp. PNB Award in Golf

Program code: UEAO532

Value: $250

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A fulltime student in good standing who is on the Golf team at Simon Fraser University.

Les and Greg Edgelow Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA058

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A first year student (preference given to a student from the BC interior) in good standing who is on the University wrestling team and who is registered fulltime. The award is also based on athletic merit in wrestling.

Field Hockey Endowment Award

Program code: UEAA012

Value: $250

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Awarded to students who have made contributions to the SFU Field Hockey Program.

Jim Forsythe Olympian Award

Program code: UEAA069

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: A student athlete in any sport who has aspirations to compete in the Olympics. The award will be given to a student in good standing who has shown leadership qualities. The student must submit an application in writing and present their training procedures to the Jim Forsythe Olympian committee by August 30th. This award may be held in conjunction with other awards made by Simon Fraser University or other agencies where permitted by those agencies.

Kelly Franks Memorial Swimming Award

Program code: UEAA090

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To student or students on the SFU Swimming Team who are in good academic standing. Preference, when possible, will be given to at least one student who was or is active in the British Columbia Summer Swimming Association (BCSSA), either as a participating athlete, coach or volunteer. Confirmation of this latter condition may be in writing by the student and/or SFU head swim coach. The recipient may be granted the Kelly Franks Memorial Swimming Award more than once provided criteria noted above are met.

Rick Hansen Athletic Award

Program code: UUAO103

Value: $1400

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: A physically challenged student athlete who meets the general award requirements.

Dr. T. Peter Harmon Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA048

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given to student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a team member of the varsity wrestling team. Preference will be given to students with high academic standing.

Robert F Harrison & Partners Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA051

Value: $250

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: The interest from the endowment will be given each year to an athlete upon the recommendation of the Director of Athletics.

Wayne Holm Football Scholarship

Program code: UEAA023

Value: $750

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Students exhibiting exceptional ability in football and meeting the academic requirements.

IndoCanadian Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA062

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A full or parttime student in good standing. The award is based on athletic merit in wrestling.

Intramural Involvement Award

Program code: UEAA086

Value: $125

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A full or parttime student in good standing who is attending Simon Fraser University and who volunteers within the Intramural Program.

Mike Jones Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA053

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A parttime or fulltime student in good academic standing, based on athletic merit in the wrestling program.

Rick Jones Memorial Award

Program code: UEAA007

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: One or more awards, are available to fulltime students in good academic standing. These awards are based on outstanding athletic merit in football. Preference will be given to students from Vancouver Island.

Keg Restaurants Ltd Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA026

Value: $200

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: An athlete who meets the academic requirements and demonstrates outstanding ability.

Nick Kiniski Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA059

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A full or parttime student in good standing on the University wrestling team.

JonLee Kootnekoff Basketball Award

Program code: UEAA029

Value: $900

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A first year student on the Simon Fraser University men's basketball team. The award will be disbursed over two semesters, valued at approximately $450 per semester.

Labatt Breweries Award in Soccer

Program code: UPAA003

Value: $600

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Granted to one or more students exhibiting outstanding athletic merit in soccer and maintaining a satisfactory academic standing.

Labatt Breweries of BC Limited Football Awards

Program code: UEAA008

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A student who is registered fulltime in a program of study in any faculty. The awards are based on outstanding ability in football, as well as proven academic achievement.

The Leon J. Ladner Athletic Award

Program code: UPAA012

Value: $300

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to a student in any faculty who demonstrates exceptional accomplishment or promise in active competitive sport at Simon Fraser University.

Landmark Truss & Lumber Inc. Wrestling Award

Program ID: UPAA-020

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To a full-time student who is in good academic standing in any faculty and is a member of the varsity Men's Wrestling team. High standards of leadership, athletic performance and academic accomplishment may be considered in selection of the recipient.

McDonalds Restaurants Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA027

Value: $300

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: The interest from the endowment will be given each year to an athlete upon the recommendation of the Director of Athletics.

Paul Nemeth Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA030

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a team member of the varsity wrestling team. Preference will be given to students with high academic standing.

David and Brenton Nichols Award in Athletics

Program code: UEAA092

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To 3rd or 4th year students in good academic standing in the Faculty of Business Administration or School of Communications. The award will be granted to students participating in a competitive sport at the provincial level or higher, or if no such student is available, then to a student who is on an SFU Varsity team. A letter of reference from the student's coach should accompany the application. The candidate should provide supporting documents demonstrating their interest not only in competitive sports but also in business and entrepreneurial endeavors.

Northern British Columbia Softball Award in Women's Softball

Program code: UEAA085

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: An SFU student who is a member of the SFU Women's Intercollegiate Softball Team. The recipient must also have been a member of one of the sponsoring associations for at least two years, and as well, be in good standing with Softball BC. The award may be renewed as long as the recipient is a member of the SFU Intercollegiate Softball Team. Preference will be given to applicants from Northern BC, but the award may be granted to other qualified applicants.

Lui Passaglia Football Award

Program code: UEAA056

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A full or part time student in good standing who is on the football team at Simon Fraser University. The award is based on athletic merit in football.

D.B. Perks & Associates Ltd. Award in Swimming and Diving

Program code: UEAA041

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To a student in any faculty who is a member of the varsity SFU Swimming and Diving team, exhibiting exceptional ability in swimming and/or diving and is in good academic standing.

Murray Pezim Football Scholarship

Program code: UEAA050

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall

Terms of reference: A student involved in the football program. The award is also based on academic merit.

Recreation Leadership Awards

Program code: UUAO101

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: The purpose of these awards is to recognize and encourage students' contribution in, and development of, leadership initiatives in the University recreation programs. Up to 32 awards of $600 each are available to: entering students on the basis of recommendations from secondary school of demonstrated leadership in the school program, and to continuing students who have demonstrated consistent leadership skills and potential for further development. Students must be nominated by the Director of Recreational Services and Athletics, maintain a cumulative 2.00 grade point average and register in 9 credit hours.

Royal Canadian Legion Branch #2

Program code: UEAA054

Value: $50

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: An annual award is available for a student athlete who meets the academic requirements and exhibits athletic ability.

Royal City Travel Limited Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA009

Value: $200

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Athletically gifted students involved in the University's intercollegiate athletic program. The endowment is established by Royal City Travel in recognition of the outstanding achievement of Terry Fox.

Scotiabank Award in Soccer

Program code: UPAA008

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: The award will be disbursed in two installments to an athlete on the soccer team at SFU.

Scotiabank StudentAthlete Awards

Program code: UPAA015

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A number of awards will be offered to both male and female studentathletes at SFU, up to one award per varsity team. The recipients must be fulltime students in good academic standing who demonstrate outstanding ability in varsity athletics.

Scott Paper Alumni Endowment Award

Program code: UEAA013

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Outstanding athletic merit by a student competing for SFU in any sport, and will be awarded to fulltime students with a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA.

Servipetrol Wrestling Award

Program code: UPAA017

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To a student who is on the SFU Wrestling team. The recipient must be enrolled in the appropriate number of credit hours for a studentathlete, as defined by the university and must have achieved a grade point average of 2.5 or greater in the previous semester of study or out of high school.

Dr. Gordon Shrum Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA037

Value: $800

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To an athlete who meets the academic requirements and demonstrates outstanding athletic ability.

Simon Fraser University Alumni Soccer Award

Program code: UEAA063

Value: $900

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: An undergraduate student involved in the University soccer program.

SFU Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA044

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: The award will be given to undergraduate student athletes on a varsity team who hold a satisfactory academic standing.

Simon Fraser University Swimming Alumni Award

Program code: UEAA024

Value: $1200

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Students who exhibit exceptional ability in swimming and meet the academic requirements.

Simon Fraser University "The Challenge" Golf Award

Program code: UPAA010

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Recipient must be a fulltime student in good standing and a member of Simon Fraser University's men's varsity golf team. He must be a graduate of Canadian junior golf and maintain throughout his four years of eligibility a level of play comparable with that of the top six team members. If a recipient forfeits Year 24 portion of the award, the remaining portion may be awarded to another member of the golf team on the nomination of the head golf coach. The award schedule will be as follows: Year 1 - $5,000, Year 2 - $4,000, Year 3 - $3,000, Year 4 - $2,000

Simon Fraser University Women's Soccer Award

Program code: UEAA064

Value: $150

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Based on outstanding athletic merit, to a student playing women's soccer at the University. The award will be granted to a fulltime student in satisfactory academic standing.

Team Skyline Ltd Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA031

Value: $400

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: An award is available to an athlete who exhibits outstanding athletic ability as well as maintains satisfactory academic performance.

Softball Associations Presidents' Award in Women's Softball

Program code: UEAA081

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Full or parttime student in good standing who is attending Simon Fraser University and who is a member of the SFU Women's Intercollegiate Softball Team. The recipient must also have been a member of one of the sponsoring associations for at least two years and be in good standing with Softball B.C. and their sponsoring association. The Award may be renewed annually if the athlete remains a member of the SFU women's intercollegiate softball team.

Sandra Spence Memorial Wrestling Award

Program code: UEAA033

Value: $1500

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Students who are members of the Simon Fraser wrestling team and who meet the academic requirements.

Victor V. Spencer Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA046

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: An award is available to an athlete who exhibits outstanding athletic ability as well as maintains satisfactory academic performance.

Bob Spray Rugby Awards

Program code: UEAA025

Value: $500

Awarded: Spring

Terms of reference: Rugby players enrolled at Simon Fraser University. This award is offered in recognition of significant contributions to the Simon Fraser University rugby team, or in recognition of excellence in extraordinary amateur rugby activities. Students must have achieved a minimum grade point average of 2.00 in the previous semester during tenure of the award. Applications should be submitted to the Simon Fraser University rugby coach in the previous Fall semester.

Student Athlete Support Award

Program code: UEAA065

Value: $250

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Awards for student athletes. Must have minimum CGPA of 2.00, must be fulltime students, and must be eligible to compete in their sport.

Annis Stukus Football Scholarship

Program code: UEAA040

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring

Terms of reference: Based on academic merit and will be awarded to a student who is a member of the SFU football team.

Lynn K. Sully Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA010

Value: $200

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Athletes who demonstrate outstanding athletic ability and meet the academic requirements. This endowment is to provide two awards, one for football and one for basketball.

Florence and Lynn Sully Basketball Scholarship

Program code: UEAA021

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Athletes who exhibit exceptional ability in basketball and meet the University academic requirements.

Lynn and Florence Sully Award in Women's Basketball

Program code: UEAA043

Value: $900

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance as a team member of the varsity women's basketball team. Preference will be given to students with high academic standing.

Brit Townsend Women's Track and Field Award

Program code: UEAA083

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A fulltime student in good academic standing who is on the women's track and field team at Simon Fraser University. Based also on athletic merit in track and field (preferably distance running).

Jay Triano Basketball Award

Program code: UEAA057

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A full or part time student in good standing. The award is based on athletic merit in basketball to a student who is on the Simon Fraser University basketball team.

University Publishers Award

Program code: UEAO125

Value: $125

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: An athlete involved in the golf program who meets the academic requirements.

Valley Royals Award in Track and Field Award

Program code: UPAA014

Value: $2000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To an SFU student who exhibits outstanding athletic merit on the SFU Track and Field team and who maintains a satisfactory academic standing. $2,000 in total will be awarded annually in two installments. Preference will be given to students who are members of the Valley Royals Track and Field Club. If a suitable candidate from the Valley Royals Club is not found in a given year, the Award may be granted to a student on the SFU Track and Field team who is from the Fraser Valley region (Zone 3) that includes Maple Ridge, Langley, Abbotsford, Mission, Aggasiz, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Hope. If neither a Valley Royals Club member nor a student from Zone 3 is available, the Award may be granted to a Track and Field team member from British Columbia or from Canada. The recipient may be granted the Valley Royals Award more than one time provided all criteria noted above are met.

Vancouver Golf Club/MCL Motors Golf Tournament Award in Golf

Program code: UEAA066

Value: $100

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: Granted to a fulltime student in good standing who is on the Golf team at Simon Fraser University.

Vancouver Ski Club Award

Program code: UEAA011

Value: $500

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To a student who has a combination of real talent in skiing and satisfactory academic background. Student should seek a nomination through the director of Athletics.

Water Polo Award

Program code: UEAA082

Value: $250

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A fulltime male student in good academic standing and based on outstanding athletic merit in the Water Polo Club.

West Coast Reduction Ltd Athletic Award

Program code: UEAA038

Value: $600

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To a student athlete who exhibits exceptional ability in any intercollegiate sport and maintains a good academic standing.

White Rock Renegades Women's Softball Awards

Program code: UEAA045

Value: $1000

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: A member of the Simon Fraser University women's intercollegiate softball team and must be a student at Simon Fraser University. The recipient must have been a member of the Renegade softball organization (South Surrey White Rock) for at least two complete seasons. The award will be made by the senate undergraduate awards adjudication committee on scholarships, awards and bursaries on the recommendation of the women's softball coach and the director of athletics.

Women's Athletic Awards (She Can Play!)

Program code: UEAA091

Value: $100

Awarded: Fall, Spring, Summer

Terms of reference: To a female student in good academic standing in any faculty who has demonstrated high standards of leadership and performance in a varsity sport offered through the university.

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