Featured Giving Opportunities

Queen's Student Financial Assistance Fund
Queen's Student Financial Assistance Fund
This Fund will equip Queen's with the means to respond with agility to the changing needs of Queen's students today and in perpetuity. This Fund will equip Queen's with the means to respond with... (Learn More)
This Fund will equip Queen's with the means to respond with agility to the changing needs of Queen's students today and in perpetuity. (Learn More)
Developing Leaders
Developing Leaders
The Developing Leaders fund was established to support Smith student bursaries, scholarships and leadership opportunities. The Developing Leaders fund was established to support Smith... (Learn More)
The Developing Leaders fund was established to support Smith student bursaries, scholarships and leadership opportunities. (Learn More)
Queen's University Ontario Graduate Scholarship Fund
Queen's University Ontario Graduate Scholarship Fund
Queen's University Ontario Graduate Scholarship awards support Master's and PhD graduate students at Queen's. Queen's University Ontario Graduate Scholarship awards suppo... (Learn More)
Queen's University Ontario Graduate Scholarship awards support Master's and PhD graduate students at Queen's. (Learn More)
Athletic Awards
Athletic Awards
Athletic Awards allow student-athletes to focus on their studies and training without worrying how to afford educational and sports related expenses. Athletic Awards allow student-athletes to focus on their stu... (Learn More)
Athletic Awards allow student-athletes to focus on their studies and training without worrying how to afford educational and sports related expenses. (Learn More)

Giving Opportunities

Funds

the Aboriginal Admission Award
Established by Chancellor David Dodge, B.A (Hons.) 1965, LL.D. 2002, and Christiane Dodge, B.A. 1964. Awarded to Aboriginal students entering first year of any undergraduate degree program.
Aboriginal Teacher Practicum Award
Established by Nancy Gray, BA'77, and William Gray. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in the Diploma or Bachelor of Education programs pursuing a practicum placement within a First Nations or provincial school.
the Abrahams Award in Experimental Medicine
Established by the Abramsky Foundation to honour Dr. Vivian Abrahams. Awarded to a student in the field of Experimental Medicine in the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, who shows exceptional promise for independent research.
the Harry Abramsky Prize in Hebrew
Established by Mr. Harry Abramsky and awarded to a student who obtains high standing in HEBR 191.
the Abramsky Prize in Physiology
Awarded to the student entering the fourth year of the honours B.Sc. Program in Life Sciences with a concentration in Physiology, who, on the basis of performance in physiology course work to date, is judged by the Department to be the most worthy.
the Harry and Ethel Abramsky Award in Music
Established by the family of Harry and Ethel Abramsky. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the fourth year of the Bachelor of Music or B.A. (Honours) Music program.
the Abramsky Scholarship
Given by Harry Abramsky, Kingston, Ontario. Awarded to a student entering the final year of the Undergraduate Program in Commerce, based on the standing obtained in the penultimate year of his or her program.
the Joseph Abramsky Prize
Founded in memory of Joseph Abramsky by his sons, for standing on year's work. Open to candidates in Mechanical Engineering.
the Dean's Admission Scholarship for Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Established by the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to students entering first year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
The Dean's Admission Scholarship for Bachelor of Science (Honours)
Established by the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to students entering first year of a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Donald Gow Founder's Medal
Established in 2002 in honour of Donald Gow, founder and first Director of the School of Policy Studies. Presented to a full- or part-time student graduating from the MPA program with the highest academic standing. Value: medal
the Violet Head Fellowship
Awarded on the basis of merit and need to the female Ontario resident with the highest standing in the Clinical MA program, who is proceeding to a doctoral degree in Clinical Psych at Queen's or another esteemed university in NA, GB or Continental Europe.
the Walter Light Graduate Fellowships in Education
Established by gifts from Walter F Light, Sc'49, LL.D'81, and by gifts made in his memory. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need to full-time students in graduate programs offered by the Faculty of Education.
the Ian Joseph MacDonald Bursary in Mechanical Engineering
Established in March 2002 in memory of Dr. Ian J. MacDonald, Sc. '54, and awarded to a second year student in Mechanical Engineering on the basis of financial need.
the James Medves Scholarship in Chemical Engineering
Established in memory of James Medves, B.Sc. 1953, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in the third year of the Chemical Engineering program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Arthur Smith Bursary in Mechanical Engineering
Established in March 2003 by Arthur E. Smith, B.Sc. (Mech. Eng.) 1934, and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the second, third or fourth year of the Mechanical Engineering program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science '41 Memorial Scholarship
Maintained by the class of Science '41 in memory of Mr. O.J. Watts, for standing on year's work.
the Science '44 40th Year Entrance Bursary in Applied Science
Established by the class of Science '44 in memory of Clyde Lendrum, Sc. '44. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science '44 Memorial Prize
Established by the class of Science '44 in memory of members who were killed in World War II. Awarded on the basis of extra-curricular student activities. Candidates must have passed all work of year.
the Science 1946 Memorial Scholarships in Applied Science
Established by the Class of Science '46. Awarded to a student on the basis of academic excellence entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science, and to a student entering second or third year in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 1948 1/2 Mature Student Entrance Bursary
Established by the class of Science 1948 1/2 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a mature student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Ardal Scholarship in Philosophy
Awarded annually to the student in the second-year Moral Philosophy course who is deemed by the Department to be the most deserving provided he or she has first-class standing in the course. The Prize is a medal struck in honour of Professor Pall Ardal.
the John Armitage Rowing Athletic Award
Established in by friends and family in honour of John Armitage. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and athletic excellence to student-athletes in any degree program and who are on the competition roster of a Gaels interuniversity rowing team.
the Peter R B Armstrong Entrepreneur Entrance Scholarship
Established by Peter R.B. Armstrong and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the A Z Arthur Book Prize
Established by family, colleagues, students, and friends in memory of Arthur Z. Arthur, Professor of Psychology at Queen's. Awarded to the top two students who have the highest standing in the M.A. Clinical Program in the Department of Psychology.
the Arts '49 Principal Wallace Fellowship
Established by members of the Class of Arts '49 and friends in memory of Dr. Robert Charles Wallace, former Principal of Queen's University. Awarded to a deserving student in a graduate program in Arts & Science, Policy Studies or Urban Planning.
the Arts 1951 Robert Wallace Memorial Award
Established by members of the class of Arts & Science 1951 in memory of Principal Robert Wallace, LL.D 1930. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in any year or program of studies in the Faculty of Arts & Science.
the Arts, Commerce, PHE 1965 Admission Bursary
Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science or first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the School of Business.
the Doug Bellinger Scholarship in Biomedical Computing
Established in May 2003 by Doug Bellinger, B.Sc.(Electrical Engineering) 1988. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering fourth year with a subject of specialization in Biomedical Computing in the School of Computing.
the Aesculapian Society Award
Established by the Aesculapian Society. Awarded to medical students who are participating in an experiential learning opportunity (e.g., clinical research and clinical electives) outside Kingston. Preference given to students in their clerkship years.
the Alberta Scholar at Queen's Law Scholarship
Established by alumni and friends from Alberta. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the first year of Queen's Law (J.D.) or joint J.D. program, whose address on admission to Queen's University is from the province of Alberta.
the Alfred Bader Scholarship in Chemistry
Established by Alfred Bader and awarded to a student in the Faculty of Arts and Science or in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science who has registered in the fourth year and obtained the highest grade in CHEM 311* or 345*.
the Kathryn Aleong Bursary in Geography
Established by Kathryn Aleong, B.A. (Hons) 1981, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students enrolled in second, third or fourth year of an honours degree in Geography in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Alfie Pierce Admission Award
Established by the Afro-Caribe Community Foundation of Kingston. Awarded to students entering first year of any undergraduate degree program on the basis of need, academic achievement and contribution to the African or Caribbean communities in Canada.
the Dr. Mustafa K. Alkan Memorial Award
Established by Dr. Martha Adeline Colley in memory of Dr. Mustafa K. Alkan. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to undergraduate students in the School of Medicine who have a demonstrated interest in Pediatrics or Pathology.
the Gordon and Patricia Allen Award
Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents in the Bachelor of Applied Science degree program with an academic plan in Electrical Engineering. Preference to students in third or fourth year.
the Norman, Ian and Lorna Rogers Scholarship
Established by Arthur W. McLeod Rogers and awarded at the close of each academic year to the student who has shown the most outstanding leadership in student affairs during such academic year.
the Accenture Scholarship in Engineering & Applied Science
Established by Accenture. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence and leadership skills to students entering fourth year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Accenture Scholarship in the Smith School of Business
Established by Accenture Inc. and awarded on the basis of academic excellence, proven leadership skills, and involvement in school or community activities to students in second year in the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Mitchell and Wilda Andriesky Award
Established by Mitchell Andriesky, Arts '53, and Wilda Andriesky, Arts '59, M.A. '61. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to graduate students in the Dept. of Psychology with preference to a student in clinical psychology.
the Istvan and Beate Anhalt Entrance Scholarship
Awarded on the recommendation of the Dan School of Drama and Music to students entering 1st year of a Bachelor of Music program who show promise in either composition or performance. If there are no eligible candidates, then upper-years can be considered.
the Anne Smith Memorial Entrance Scholarship
Established by Gregory, BCom'91, and Crystal Smith. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to full-time students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program, who at the time of admission were residents of Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba
the Applied Science 2003 ThankQ Bursary
Established by members of the Class of Applied Science and awarded on the basis of financial need to fourth year students in the Faculty of Applied Science at Queen's University
the Applied Science '99 Award
Awarded to a full-time second, third or fourth year Applied Science student on the basis of need and involvement in extracurricular activities that could include employment with a Queen's organization.
the James Robert Grasse Award in Civil Engineering
Awarded on the basis of need and academic achievement to a second year student in the Department of Civil Engineering. The award is renewable in the third and fourth year provided the recipient maintains a 65% average and need remains evident.
the Men's Soccer Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Men's Soccer team.
the Men's Volleyball Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Men's Volleyball team.
the Rowing Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Rowing team.
the Track & Field Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Track & Field/XCountry team.
the Women in Tricolour
Funds raised for the Women In Tricolour directly supports athletic financial awards for female student-athletes on the basis of academic and athletic excellence.
the Women's Basketball Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Women's Basketball team.
the Alice Corry Award in Education
Established by Queen's Women's Association and family and friends of Alice Corry. To assist women pursuing graduate studies in Education, either at the Masters or Doctorate level.
the Royal Canadian Air Force WWII Award
Established by George Spicer Atkins, Arts'49, to honour volunteer airmen who died while serving with the RCAF during WW II, and to honour those who served and survived combat. Awarded to an Arts and Science student in the basis of need and academic merit.
the Alfred Bader Fellowship in Memory of Jean Royce
Established by Alfred Bader and other friends in memory of Jean Royce. Awarded to a woman graduate of Queen's for study/research which contributes to the advancement of knowledge, contributes to society, or allows creative expression.
the Betty Jean & John M Bankes National Entrance Awards in the Faculty of Arts & Science
Awarded on the basis of need and academic achievement to students entering any first year Arts and Science program. Preference to students who have participated in extra-curricular activities or who have individual accomplishments in the arts, sport, etc.
the Andrea Battersby and Karim Ali Radwan Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of Andrea Battersby, BA'99, LLB'01, and her son, Karim Ali Radwan. Awarded on the basis of financial need to female students in the Faculty of Law with preference given to students who are single parents.
the Elspeth Baugh Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of Elspeth Baugh, former Dean of Women, and awarded to a woman who is a single parent and pursuing a university education at either the undergraduate or graduate level on a part-time or full-time basis.
the Allen-Bracken Award
Established by Margaret Bracken BA'97 in memory of Ethel Allen and Lena Beryl Bracken. Awarded on the basis of need and academic merit to a student entering the fourth year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program with a concentration in Religious Studies.
the Patrick & Jean Brady Award
Established in 2002 by a bequest from the estate of Margaret Jean Brady, BA'42, and from donations from the family. Awarded on the basis of need and academic achievement to students in the Faculty of Arts and Science who are majoring in English.
the Clara Farrell Brooke Bursary
Established in honour of Clara Farrell Brooke by Kathleen Barclay Bowley, Arts '49. Awarded on the basis of financial need to full- and part-time undergraduate and graduate mature women students studying at Queen's.
the Ruby Cordy Award
Established by Ruby Cormier, BA'34, MA'42. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need to a full-time fourth year student completing a B.A.(Honours) program with a medial or major concentration in French Studies.
the Barkley Scholarship
Founded by the Barkleys of Avonmore, Ontario. Awarded annually on the recommendation of the secondary school principal and on the basis of merit and need to a graduate of Tagwi Secondary School, Avonmore, Ontario on entrance to Queen's University.
the Barrick Gold Corporation Graduate Fellowship
Established by the Barrick Gold Corporation and awarded to two funding-eligible Master of Applied Science students enrolled in the Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining Engineering in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Fred Lamble Bartlett Memorial Award
Established in memory of Fred Lamble Bartlett, awarded to students entering fourth year of the BPHE program, the BSc (Honours) Kinesiology program or the Health Studies program, who best demonstrate a good academic record, integrity and leadership.
the Marco W Alessio Memorial Men's Basketball Award
Established by Gaels basketball in memory of Marco William Alessio, a member of the Gaels Basketball team. Awarded to student-athletes in any degree program at Queen's University and who are on the competition roster of the Gaels Men's Basketball team.
the Helen A Howard Bassoon Scholarship in the School of Music
Established by Helen A. Howard, BA'48, and awarded for academic merit to first year students of the Bachelor of Music degree program whose principal instrument is bassoon. May be granted to upper year bassoon players if there are no suitable first years.
the BCom 1991 Award
Established by the class of BCom 1991. Awarded to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the BCom 1995 Award
Established by the Class of Commerce 1995. Awarded to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the BCom 1980 Award
Established by the Commerce Class of 1980 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce Program in the Smith School of Business.
the Commerce 1986 Award in Memory of Jeffrey Brock
Established by the Class of Commerce 1986 in memory of their classmate, Jeffrey Brock, B.Com. 1986, who was President of ComSoc in his graduating year. Awarded to students in the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the BCom '94 Bursary
Established by the Class of Commerce 1994 in recognition of their 20th reunion and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the School of Business.
the E. Stanley Beacock (Arts '42) and Nadine M. Beacock Scholarship Fund
Established by the Estates of Stanley Beacock, BA'42, and Nadine Beacock. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program.
the David M Beatty Award
Established by David M. Beatty, B.Com. 1982, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in third or fourth year of the Bachelor of Commerce Program in the Smith School of Business.
the Hugh and Bernie Bedore Bursary
Established by the family of Hugh and Bernie Bedore. Awarded to a student on the basis of financial need.
the Catherine Bell & Kent Brown Awakened Company Award
Established by Catherine Bell, NMBA'02, and Kent Brown. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in the Master of Management Innovation and Entrepreneurship program in the Smith School of Business.
the John W Bell and Janet S Bell Memorial Scholarship
Established by the Estate of John Bell, PhD'72, in memory of John W. Bell and Janet S. Bell. Awarded to students entering third or fourth year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program with a concentration in English.
the Rosalind E. Bell Admission Scholarship
Established by Rosalind E. Vanderhoof (nee Bell), B.A. (Hons) 1981, MPA 1983, and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to students entering first year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Shirley Bell Award
Established from the estate of Shirley Bell and donations from her husband, Eric C. Bell, awarded on the basis of need and academic merit to a student concentrating in Mathematics and Statistics or in the Math and Engineering program.
the Agnes Benidickson Bursary
Established by the AMS in honour of the Chancellor Emeritus, Agnes Benidickson. Funds have been donated by students through their Student Activity Fees and raised through Project Millennium. Awarded to an undergraduate student in financial need.
the Margaret E Berkeley Scholarship
Established by Dr. K.H Berkeley in memory of Margaret Pratt Berkeley. Awarded to a second- or third-year student in the School of Medicine on the basis of academic achievement and who is on the competition roster of a Golden Gaels interuniversity team.
the Leonard G Berry Memorial Award
Established in memory of Professor Leonard G. Berry. Awarded to a senior undergraduate student with a strong academic record and a demonstrated interest in mineralogy.
the Nathan E Berry Prize in Urology
Established by the children of Dr. N.E. Berry, in honour of their father, the first Professor of Urology at Queen's. Awarded on graduation to the student judged to be the most proficient in Urology, not necessarily the one with the highest exam standing.
the Nathan Richard Cowan Memorial Award
Established in 2002 in memory of Nathan Cowan BSc., BA 2002. Awarded on the basis of financial need to upper-year student athletes enrolled in the Faculty of Applied Science or the Department of Economics. Preference given to a member of the Sailing Team.
the Murray Douglas Scholarship
Established by Murray Douglas, BComm'72, and Donna Douglas, Arts'73, to recognize the excellence of student-athletes. Awarded to second-, third- or fourth-year students enrolled in any faculty or school who play on the interuniversity men's hockey team.
the Dr S L Fransman Prize in Diagnostic Radiology
Established by Dr. S.L. Fransman and Mrs. Bertha Fransman. Awarded to a fourth year medical student who is entering a residency program specializing in Diagnostic Radiology. Preference will be given to students with an expressed or proven interest in MRI.
the Honourable Hugh F. Gibson Memorial Award in Alzheimer's Research
Established in memory of Hugh F. Gibson, Q.C., BA'37, BComm'38, awarded for outstanding academic and/or research achievement to a graduate student in either a MA or PhD degree program in the area of Neuroscience with a focus on Alzheimer's Research.
the Groll Prize in Clinical Skills
Established in honour of Dr. Aubrey Groll. Awarded to a student in Medicine who demonstrates exemplary interpersonal communication skills with patients and problem formulation in Internal Medicine clinical skills.
the Adelaide Haggart Bursaries
Established from a bequest by Adelaide E. (Haggart) Robinson and awarded to a student in any faculty or school on the basis of financial need.
the George M Hood (Sci '43) Athletic Financial Award
Awarded on the basis of need to upper-year students enrolled in any program of studies, with preference to students enrolled in Applied Science. Candidates will be participating male and/or female members of the inter-collegiate ice-hockey program.
the International Student Tuition Award
Awarded to an international graduate student enrolled in any Master's research-based or Doctoral program in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Dr Jennie Gillespie Drennan Medical Scholarship Fund
Established by Margaret Saunders in memory of her aunt, Dr. Jennie Gillespie Drennan, Meds 189., Provides funding to one or more women, based on academic standing, in fourth year Meds. Recipients must be pursuing postgrad studies in Medicine or Surgery.
the Peter & Joanne Kenny Award in Applied Science
Established by Peter Kenny, BSc'55, and Joanne Kenny. Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and demonstrated leadership qualities to students entering first year in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Padre & Mrs Frances Laverty Bursary
Established in recognition of the Lavertys' dedication and contributions to Queen's. Awarded on the basis of need to third or fourth year students in any faculty or school. Preference to students involved in campus life or extracurricular activities.
the Frank B Lee Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Frank B. Lee, B.Sc. 1945. Awarded for academic excellence, creative/original thinking, leadership skills, and involvement in school/community activities to a student with a GPA in the top 5% of a third year engineering program.
the Lint Family Student Awards
Established by the Lint family and awarded on the basis of financial need to an undergraduate student in any year in the Bachelor of Commerce program. Preference will be given to a student requiring emergency bursary assistance.
the M Gerald Lynch Scholarship in Medicine
Established by Michael J. Lynch, Meds 1958, in memory of his father, M. Gerald Lynch, Meds 1921. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students entering the second medical year within the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Masani Scholarship
Established by Dr. and Mrs. P.J. Bamji, in memory of grandparents, Jamshedji and Dhunmai Masani. Awarded to Commerce undergraduates with high academic standing, who aspire to go on exchange, and who demonstrate community involvement or entrepreneurship.
the William E. Miklas Memorial Award
Established in memory of William E. Miklas, B.A. 1963, MBA 1965. Awarded to second-, third-, or fourth-year Commerce students enrolled full-time in the Smith School of Business who are student-athletes on an intercollegiate sports at Queen's.
the Robert J Mitchell Prize
Established in honour of Dr. Robert Mitchell. Awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Department of Civil Engineering. The candidate must demonstrate leadership ability, either within the university or in extra-university activities.
the Bruce H Mitchell International Exchange Awards
Established by Bruce H. Mitchell, BSc'68. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need to full-time undergraduates from any program, doing a Queen's exchange. Preference to students studying outside of North America.
the Molson Canadian Science of Marketing Award in the Smith School of Business
Established by the firm of Bensimon-Byrne D'Arcy and Molson Coors Canada as a tribute to Daniel J. O'Neill, MBA'76. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence a Master's or Ph.D. level student studying the science of marketing in the School of Business.
the John and Elizabeth Murray Award
Established by John Murray, B.Sc. 1963, Ph.D. 1967, and Elizabeth Murray. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in second, third, or fourth year of a degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Dr Jeremy Nesheim Memorial Award in Biochemistry
Established to honour Dr. Jeremy Nesheim, BSc'91, PhD(Minnesota). Awarded on the basis of academic merit to a student entering the MA or PhD program in Biochemistry. Preference to those who complete their undergrad at Queen's and want to work in research.
the Robert B. Peterson Entrance Scholarship
Established in honour of Robert B. Peterson, MSc '61. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the first year of any undergraduate program,with preference given to students from Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta or British Columbia.
the Danielle Polk Memorial Award
Established in memory of Danielle Polk, BPHE'99. Awarded to a student in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies who is entering fourth year, on the basis of solid academic record, enthusiasm for life and the outdoors, and love of humanity.
the Dr The Honourable David J Saul International Exchange Award
Established by David J Saul, BA '69. Awarded on the basis of financial need and high academic achievement to full-time undergraduate students in any Faculty or School who wish to study abroad.
the Julian Szeicz Memorial Award
Established in memory of Julian Szeicz. Awarded annually to a graduating honours student in Geography, on the basis of academic excellence, who has applied to a graduate program in a field of environmental studies for the following academic session.
the Prince Takamado Visiting Student Scholarship
Established in memory of His Imperial Highness Prince Takamado. Awarded to a second or third year student of Japanese nationality (citizenship) who is currently enrolled in a Japanese university, and who will study at Queen's on a Letter of Permission.
the Tripp/Smith Family Entrance Award
Established by Eric Clifton Tripp and Maria Louise Smith. Awarded to a full-time student entering the first year of any undergraduate program on the basis of academic achievement and financial need.
the Bader International Study Centre Award - Dalhousie University
Established by Alfred and Isabel Bader to support upper-year students from Dalhousie University who have been selected to study at the Bader International Study Centre.
the Alfred Bader International Study Award
Established by Alfred Bader and awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need to students for study at the Bader International Study Centre.
the Alfred Bader Graduate Fellowship in the Humanities
Established by Dr. Alfred Bader and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to Ph.D. level students enrolled in a graduate program in the Humanities.
the Alfred Bader Graduate Fellowship
Established by Dr. Alfred Bader and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to Ph.D. level student enrolled in a graduate program in Arts and Science, to undertake studies in history related to 20th century Europe.
the Alfred Bader Prize in Jewish Studies
Established by Alfred Bader and awarded on the basis of academic distinction in a Jewish Studies cognate course.
the A Charles Baillie Environmental Studies Scholarship
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering fourth year of any undergraduate degree program in the School of Environmental Studies. Preference will be given to students pursuing research in arctic or environmental research.
the Wilda Parkinson Bursary
Established by Wilda Baker Parkinson and awarded on the basis of financial need to assist mature women students, especially in upper years.
the Geoffrey and Shelagh Ballard Award for Sustainable Energy Engineering
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.) or Ph.D. level students who are Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents enrolled in Engineering and Applied Science in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Jal F Bamji Memorial Bursary
Established by Dr. P.J. Bamji in memory of his father, Jal F. Bamji, and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student in the School of Computing.
the Viloo J Bamji Memorial Bursary in Music
Established by Dr. P.J. Bamji in memory of his mother, Viloo J. Bamji, and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student in the Dan School of Drama and Music.
the Carnelos-Bamji Memorial Bursary
Established by Annamaria and Perry Bamji in memory of their parents. Awarded on the basis of need to an undergraduate student in the Smith School of Business who has been accepted to participate in an exchange.
the Reginald Barker Memorial Award
Established in memory of Reginald Donald Barker, B.A. '38. Awarded to a second, third, or fourth year student who is a member of the intercollegiate football program, demonstrates financial need, and exhibits leadership qualities.
the EMS Technologies Scholarship
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a third-year student registered in the School of Computing in a Software Design subject of specialization degree program. The recipient will also be offered a summer job with E.M.S. Technologies Inc.
the James W S Jamieson Scholarship
Established by the estate of James W.S. Jamieson for graduate studies in the Department of English. Awarded to an outstanding student specializing in Canadian literature.
the Arts Management Award
Awarded for academic achievement and interest in Arts Management to students in 3rd or 4th year of a major, minor, medial in Drama who have completed Commerce courses or a 3rd or 4th year student in a Commerce program who has completed courses in Drama.
the Edythe Zacks Millman Prize in the Performing Arts
Established by Edythe Zacks Millman, BA'39, a member of various theatrical organizations. Awarded on the recommendation of the Director of the Dan School of Drama and Music to a graduating student for extraordinary achievement in the area of performance.
the James H Rattray Memorial Scholarships in Science
Established by Major James H. Rattray, M.C. Awarded annually to students entering the second, third or fourth year of a Bachelor of Science (Honours) program.
the Dean's Endowed Admission Scholarship for Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Established by the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to students entering first year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Frances K Smith Scholarship in Art History
Established by Frances K. Smith, BA'56. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering fourth year with a concentration in Art History in a B.A.(Hons.) program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the George and Mary Turnbull Foundation Award
Awarded on the basis of need, academic achievement and extra-curricular activities to a second, third, or fourth year student in any program. Preference to students studying in the areas of either english, history, politics, biology or marine biology.
the Arts '50 Scholarship
Established by the Class of Arts '50. Awarded to a student entering final year in the Faculty of Arts and Science who has made a personal contribution to the life of the University and maintained a GPA of at least 2.0 on the work of his or her program.
the Arts '73 Bursary
Established by the class of Arts 1973. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a full-time student in any year in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Arts '78 Bursary
Established by the class of Arts '78 and awarded on the basis of financial need to second, third, or fourth year students registered in any program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Class of '94 Single Parent Undergraduate Bursary
Established by the Class of '94 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student who is a single parent registered in a degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the ArtSci '03 Award in memory of Eileen Krieger
Established by the class of Arts & Science 2003 in memory of Eileen Krieger. Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and extra-curricular involvement to upper year students in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Arts and Science 1972 Bursary
Established by the class of Arts '72 and awarded on the basis of financial need to upper year students in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the William Angus Award in Drama
Established in honour of Dr. William Angus. Awarded to the student who has made the most significant contribution during year to Drama at Queen's.
the ASUS Membership Bursary
Established in March 2015 by the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) members.
the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society Scholarships
Established by the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and extracurricular activities to students in their fourth year of studies in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Women's Hockey Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Women's Hockey team.
the Women's Rugby Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Women's Rugby team.
the Women's Soccer Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Women's Soccer team.
the Women's Volleyball Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Women's Volleyball team.
the Queen?s University Athletic Award
Established to assist coaches in recruiting the countries best student-athlete. Donations provide financial support on the basis of academic and athletic excellence to student-athletes on varsity teams, in compliance with CIS and OUA regulations.
the Queen's Athletic Excellence Awards
Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and athletic excellence to student-athletes in any degree program at Queen's University and who are on the competition roster of a Gaels interuniversity athletic team.
the Fencing Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Fencing team.
the Football Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Football team.
the Men's Basketball Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Men's Basketball team.
the Men's Hockey Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Men's Hockey team.
the Men's Rugby Athletic Awards
Funds raised through this program will directly support Athletic Financial Awards for the Men's Rugby team.
the Clair Bailey Scholarship for Language and Literacy
To be awarded to a graduating teacher candidate in Primary/Junior in the Bachelor of Education program in the Faculty of Education. Demonstrated insight and a passion for literacy teaching and learning, via coursework and in-school practice.
the Dean's Engineering and Applied Science Bursary
Established through the support of alumni, friends and staff of Queen's University. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of any degree program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the 1968 Golden Gaels Football Team Athletic Financial Award
Funds will support the establishment of an Athletic Financial Award for student-athletes on the competition roster of the Gaels inter-university Football team. If minimums aren't reached, funds will be allocated to Tindall Award or '63-'64 Football Award
the Peter R. Galbraith MD Award for Palliative Care Education
This award is being established at Queen's University to support and promote advanced training in palliative care medicine within Hematology and Oncology.
the Law'02 Class Bursary Fund
To establish an expendable "Law'02 Class Bursary" to support students in any year of the J.D. program or joint J.D. program on the basis of financial need. Should the $12,500 not be raised, funds will be redirected to the Queen's Faculty of Law Bursary.
the Law'67 Class Bursary
To establish the Law 67 Class Bursary endowment to support students in any year of the J.D. program or joint J.D. program on the basis of financial need. Should the minimums not be raised, funds would be directed to the Queen's Faculty of Law Bursary.
the Queen's New York City Alumni Branch Bursary
Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any year of any Faculty. Preference given to students whose address on admission is in New York State. If fund minimums are not met, we will redirect your gift to the Student Financial Assistance Fund.
the Lorraine Chan Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of Lorraine Chan, BCom 1992. Awarded on the basis of financial need to female students who have experienced an interruption in their formal education and are registered in any Faculty or School. Preference to students in Commerce.
the Helen Chan Memorial Scholarship
Established by family and friends in memory of Helen Chan, BSc, Physical Therapy'91, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the final professional year of the Physical Therapy program in the School of Rehabilitation Therpy.
the Dr Su-Wen Chang Bursary
Established by Dr. Su-Wen Chang, B.Sc.(Hons.) 1998. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in a Biochemistry program, with preference given to students in the Bachelor (Honours) Biochemistry subject of specialization program.
the Dr Su-Wen Chang Entrance Scholarship
Established by Dr. Su-Wen Chang, BScH'98, awarded on the basis of academic merit to an entering first year student with preference given to Arts and Science students who graduated from Sir John A. Macdonald Collegiate Institute in Agincourt, Ontario.
the Paul D Chick Memorial Award
A scholarship established in memory of Paul D.D. Chick, MSc'80, is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Head of the Department to a promising graduate student registered in the Department of Mining Engineering.
the Douglas H. Clark and Bonney G. Clark Memorial Scholarship
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Master's or Ph.D. level students enrolled in Political Studies. Preference to students whose research is related to federal/provincial relations in Canadian politics.
the H. Graham Bertram Entrance Award in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Established by the H.G. Bertram Foundation in memory of H. Graham Bertram, HLLD'48. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Robert Wallace Best Exchange Scholarship
Established by Andrew Best, LLB'81, in honour of his father, Robert Wallace Best, BSc'50. Awarded to exchange students from India or Sri Lanka who have been selected to come to Queen's Law as part of a formal bilateral exchange.
the Big Sky Fund by Michael G Sifton and Family
Established by Michael Sifton, BCom'83, and Julie Sifton, BA'82. Awarded to out-bound exchange students in any year of the Bachelor of Commerce program who have been selected to participate in a formal Queen's University bi-lateral exchange program.
the Birch Hill Equity Partners Achievement Award
Established by Birch Hill Equity Partners. Awarded to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the J Delmar Blaine, MD, Meds 1949 & Ethel G Blaine, RN, Scholarship
Awarded to Canadian or permanent resident undergraduate medical students who achieve the highest and second highest grades in their respective years, and to the top two graduating students who have achieved the highest and second highest overall standing.
the Blakes Scholars Award
Awarded to students in second year in the Faculty of Law. The award is renewable for a student entering third-year J.D. studies on the basis of academic excellence and maintaining a minimum 80% course load in third year.
the Danny Norman Blythe Scholarship
Established in memory of Danny Norman Blythe, B.A.Hons'85. Awarded to an outstanding student entering the final year of an Honours program in Sociology with preference given to those who have taken courses .
the Board of Trustees Bursary
Established through donations by the Board of Trustees of Queen's University and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student in any faculty or school at Queen's University.
the James Henry Bocking Memorial Scholarship in History
Established by Marilyn House, BEd'69, in memory of James Henry Bocking, BA(Hons)'36, MA'38. Awarded to a student entering third or fourth year enrolled in a concentration in History.
the Anne Bodnarchuk Memorial Award
Established in memory of Anne Bodnarchuk, BA'57, HLLD'84, who led a distinguished career with Air Canada and was the company's first female Vice-President. Awarded on the basis of need and academic merit to an upper year in the School of Computing.
the Fondation J Armand Bombardier Humanitarian Engineering Fellowship
Awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Civil Engineering pursing humanitarian efforts through engineering. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and an interest in helping to establish or develop sustainability projects globally.
the Bowen Graduate Fellowship in Human Geography
Established by Dawn Bowen, PhD 1998, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible humanities and social science graduate students in the Ph.D. degree program in the Department of Geography in the School of Graduate Studies.
the George W. Bracken Memorial Scholarship
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Master's or Ph.D. level students enrolled in the School of Graduate Studies who are pursuing field research at the Queen's University Biological Station.
the Beryl Bracken (Ferguson) Memorial Award in Nursing
Established by George W. Bracken, B.Sc.Eng'56, and Margaret Bracken, BA'97, in memory of his sister, Beryl Bracken (Ferguson), R.N. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Ph.D. level students in year one of Nursing.
the C Franklin and Helene K Bracken Memorial Scholarships in Medicine
Established in memory of Dr. Franklin C. Bracken, Meds'11, through a bequest from Helene Bracken. Awarded to med students for highest, 2nd highest, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th highest academic standing in Phase I, Phase IIA, Phase IIB, Phase IIC, and Phase IIE.
the Michael Bradden Memorial Bursary
Established by Vanessa and Laura Bradden in memory of Michael Bradden, BSc(Math)'91. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a full-time student entering first year of any program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Bradford Erion Memorial Award
Established in memory of Brad Erion, BMus'80. Awarded on the basis of need and academic achievement to a student in the Bachelor of Music program, with preference given to a student specializing in composition.
the Janet Braide Book Prize in Art History
Established in memory of Janet Braide, art historian and author. Awarded to a student achieving high standing in the final year of an Art History Honours concentration, who has also some record of service in the visual arts at Queen's or in the community.
the Arthur Brebner Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Dr. Arthur Brebner. Awarded on the basis of financial need and satisfactory academic record to a student in any year in Civil Engineering.
the Dr Wallace Graham Breck Memorial Prize in Engineering Chemistry
Established by the family of Dr. Wallace Graham Breck, Sc'50, MSc'51, PhD (Cantab.) and awarded annually to the graduating student who is the recipient of the University Medal in Engineering Chemistry in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Queen's '13 Brewers Award
Established by Queen's '13 Brewers and awarded to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the John Brooks Crowe "Pioneer" Memorial Bursary
Established by Ian H. Birch, BSc Engineering'37, and his wife Margrethe J. Crowe, PHN. Awarded on the basis of need to a student in fourth year of the Bachelor of Nursing Science program, enrolled in NURS 405 Community Health Nursing.
the Brooks Family Bursary
Established by the Estate of Robert Royde Brooks and Karyn Brooks, B.Com. 1976, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Clifford M Brown Discovery Travel Award
Created by Clifford M. Brown in memory of his parents Abbey A. Brown and Isabelle Ann Weintraub Brown, awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding eligible Masters or PhD students pursuing travel supporting their research in arts and culture.
the Judith Brown Bursary
Established by Drs. Alfred and Isabel Bader, in honour of Judith Brown, Artsci'76, MA'79. Awarded to female students who have experienced an interruption in their formal education and who are registered in any Faculty or School.
the Michael Brown Memorial Award in Oncology
Established by the Queen's Medical Class of '59, in memory of their classmate, Dr. Michael Brown. Awarded annually to the final year medical student who has shown the best scholarly and clinical aptitude in the field of Oncology.
the E L Bruce Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Professor E.L. Bruce. Awarded to a student in the Department of Geological Sciences in any year of graduate work at Queen's University.
the Robert Bruce Scholarships and Bursaries
Four award funds established by the late Robert Bruce: The Robert Bruce Bursaries, The Robert Bruce Scholarships, The Robert Bruce Scholarship, The Robert Bruce Entrance Scholarships
the Murray Buchanan Memorial Athletic Award
Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and athletic excellence to student-athletes in any degree program who are on the competition roster of a Gaels interuniversity team. Preference given to students enrolled in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Dr Erwin Buncel Scholarship in Chemistry
Established for Dr. Erwin Buncel, in memory of Ignacz, Irena and Marta Buncel. Awarded to a student in an Honours Chem, Environmental Chem, or Engineering Chemi program entering third year with the highest combined average in CHEM 222, and 223 or 245.
the Tom Burns Awards
Three separate awards established in memory of Tom Burns, Commerce '47. Awarded to students in the undergraduate and graduate programs in the School of Business.
the Carl C Ferguson Bursary
Established in April 2002 by Carl C. Ferguson, B.A. '37, and awarded on the basis of financial need to one or more students in the Bachelor of Science program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Res Ipsa Loquitor Bursary
Established bu Prof. Jim MacIntyre to honour the remembrance of the Res Ipsa Loquitur Boarding House. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any year in the Faculty of Law.
the William E O'Hara Undergraduate Medicine Bursary
Established in Nov. 2002 by a bequest from the estate of William E. O'Hara, MD 1946, and awarded on the basis of financial need to students registered in second, third, or fourth year in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Lance Pattee Memorial Bursary
Established by the estate of Lance Pattee, M.D. 1985, and awarded on the basis of financial need to a full-time upper-year student in any faculty or school who is involved in intramural athletics at Queen's University.
the Jean Royce Memorial Bursary
Established by Frank A. Ritchie, B.Sc.(Eng) 1942, in memory of Jean Royce, B.A.(Gen) 1930, LL.D. 1968. Awarded on the basis of emergency financial need to a student in the first year program in Applied Science.
the David Black Memorial Scholarship
Awarded annually in memory of David Black to a 2nd, 3rd or 4th year student of the undergraduate Commerce program on the basis of academic performance, entrepreneurial experience in the area of technology, and leadership within the Queen's community.
the Dr Robert Crandall Prize
Created by Jeffrey Mitz, Comm'74, in honour of Dr. Robert Crandall, awarded annually to a student entering 3rd year who has improved the lives those in the university and/or Kingston community, and who has supported others through teamwork and example.
the Brian Martin & Matthew Malcolm Admission Scholarship
Established by Brian Martin, Comm'99 and Matthew Malcolm, Comm'99. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence and demonstrated leadership to a student entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Ronald M. Buttery Memorial Scholarship
Awarded each year to the student entering the third year of the Commerce program who has achieved the highest cumulative average in the compulsory courses in quantitative methods in the Smith School of Business.
the Dr Ronald Calderisi Memorial Bursary
Established by Anna Crocco in memory of her husband Dr. Ronald Calderisi. Awarded on the basis of need to aboriginal students in any Faculty or School. Preference will be given to students in any program of studies in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Calgary Alumni Award
Established by the Calgary Branch of the Queen's University Alumni Association. Awarded to students from the Calgary area entering first year of any program,on the basis of financial need, academic excellence, community involvement, and employment.
the Cameron Applied Science Scholarship
Established by Hugh Cameron, BSc'73, and Heather Hume, BA'72, MD'78. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student in third or fourth year in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Campbell Memorial Bursaries
Established by the children of Milton Neil Campbell and Hazel May Campbell (Dixon). Awarded on the basis of financial need to students who have completed at least one year of studies at Queen's University.
the Lorraine and Paul F. Campbell Award
Established by Paul F. Campbell, B.Sc. 1965, and Lorraine Campbell. Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement and involvement in school or community activities to students in any year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Gordon Canning Award in Mathematics
Established by Gordon Canning, B.Sc. (Hons) 1965, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students enrolled in second, third or fourth year of an honours degree in Mathematics in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Bill Cannon Scholarship
Established by Brian Martin, Comm'99, to recognize the excellent faculty in the Commerce Program at Queen's, and specifically to honour Professor William T. (Bill) Cannon. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence in finance to a 4th year student.
the Lawrence P. Cannon Family Award
Established by Lawrence Cannon, BCom'87. Awarded to students in any year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business who have been selected to participate in a formal Queen's University bi-lateral exchange.
the David T Canvin Prize in Plant Physiology
Established in honour of David T. Canvin. Awarded to the student with the highest academic standing in the Plant Physiology course in the Department of Biology.
the Jason Capello Athletic Financial Award
Established by Jason Capello, BCom'96, and awarded on the basis of academic achievement and athletic excellence to student-athletes in the Bachelor of Commerce program who are on the competition roster of a Gaels interuniversity athletic team.
the Douglas Cardinal Bursary
An award for indigenous law students in any year of the J.D. or combined J.D. degree programs in the Faculty of Law.
the Jeff and Carolyn Carney Entrance Award
Established by Jeff and Carolyn Carney. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to full-time students entering first year of the Commerce program, who have graduated from a high school in Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba.
the G. Kenneth Carr Accounting Scholarship
Established by Nancy Carr in honour of her father, G. Kenneth Carr. Awarded annually to a student entering the fourth year of the Bachelor of Commerce program majoring in the accounting area and has as a long-term goal a career in chartered accountancy.
the James Carrigan Walls Scholarship Fund
Established in memory of James Carrigan Walls, BSc(Civil Eng)'82, by Stephen Sorensen, Bcom'76. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students in any year of the Civil Engineering program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the James Carruthers Prize in History
Established in memory of James Robertson Carruthers, MA'75. Awarded to the Master's student in the Department of History with the highest academic standing at the end of the first term of registration in the Master's program.
the James Robertson Carruthers Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of James Robertson Carruthers, M.A. 1975, LL.B. 1979. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the Doctoral program in the Department of History at Queen's University.
the John Angus Carther Scholarship
Established by the Estate of John A Carther. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students from the Counties of Stormont, Dundas or Glengarry, in first year of the Faculty of Arts & Science or or the Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science.
The Harold M. Cave Undergraduate Travel Scholarship
Established by estate of Harold M. Cave. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students in any year of an honours degree in Physics or Astronomy for the purpose of attending the Canadian Undergraduate Physics Conference or equivalent.
the Harold M Cave Scholarships in Experimental Physics
Established in memory of Harold Cave, MA. Awarded to students entering the third year leading to a BASc. degree in Engineering Physics and the third year of a B.Sc. (Honours) program in Arts and Science with a concentration in Physics.
the Professor C.E. Law Commerce Entrance Scholarships
Established by John Watson, MBA'70, awarded to first year undergraduate Commerce students on the basis of demonstrated academic excellence in their final year of high school and high academic proficiency in math. Preference to those from Alberta or B.C.
the Arts and Science Class of 1967 Admission Bursary
Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science. If fund minimums are not reached, gifts directed to Dean's Entrance Bursaries.
the Commerce 2001 Admission Award
The Class of Commerce 2001 is fundraising to establish a class award in support of first year Commerce students.
the Commerce '66/James R. Booth Memorial Award
Established by the Class of Commerce 1966 and in memory of their classmate James R. Booth, B.Com. 1966. Awarded to undergraduate students in the Smith School of Business on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement.
the Commerce '72 Award
Established by Commerce '72. Awarded to an undergraduate student in the Smith School of Business on the basis of financial need and academic excellence in order for them to fully participate in the program of the School.
the Commerce 2000 Award
An award to be established by Commerce 2000 to support students in the Bachelor of Commerce program in the School of Business.
the Commerce 1954 Entrance Scholarship
Established by the Commerce Class of 1954. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Commerce 1981 Entrance Scholarship
Established by the class of Commerce 1981. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to full-time students entering first year of the Commerce program at Queen's University.
the Commerce 1984 Bursary
Established by the Class of Commerce 1984 in celebration of their 30th reunion in 2014. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Thomas C. Kinnear Commerce '66 Award
Established by Tom Kinnear, BCom'66. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence in Marketing courses to students enrolled in a Commerce degree program who have exhibited leadership in extra-curricular activities, athletics, or student government.
the Community Foundation Fund
Established by The Community Foundation for Kingston & Area to assist students who have experienced an interruption in their formal education who are applying to Queen's University, are unregistered and require financial assistance for tuition and fees.
the Concurrent Education BFA-BEd Bursary
Established by Robert Burge on his retirement as a Trustee at Queen's University. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in the Bachelor of Education year of a Concurrent Education program in the Faculty of Education.
the Robert M Disher Entrance Award
Awarded on the basis of need, academic achievement, and extra-curricular activities to graduates of Ridgeway and Crystal Beach High School or high schools in New Brunswick Anglophone South School District who are entering first year undergrad.
the A Dorothy Milligan Award
Established in January 2001 by A. Dorothy Milligan, Arts 1947, and awarded to a full-time student in the Faculty of Arts and Science on the basis of financial need and academic merit.
the Don Wood Undergraduate Scholarships in Economics
Established by David Dodge, BA(Hon)'65, LLD'02, and Christiane Dodge, BA(Hon)'65, in honour of Don Wood, MA'53. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering second, third, or fourth year of a B.A. (Honours) program in Economics.
the Donald Swainson Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of Donald Swainson. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student in History.
the W M P Doolan Prize in Chemistry
Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Head of the Department to the graduate student who contributes the most to demonstrating in the first year chemistry laboratories.
the Brenda Vince/Dora Lee Memorial Entrance Award
Established by Brenda Vince, BCom'77 and Steven Smith, BCom'77 in memory of Brenda's grandmother, Dora Lee. Awarded on the basis of need and academic merit to female students who are entering the first year of a Bachelor of Commerce.
the Pat Douglas Murray Memorial Award
Established in memory of Pat (Osborough)Douglas-Murray, Arts'55, Tutor. Awarded to a student entering the second year of a program with a concentration in Film Studies who has the highest standing in FILM 110, provided that the standing is first class.
the Lia Dower Memorial Award
Established in memory of Lia Maria Dower (nee Fatels). Awarded to a mature student who is returning to university from the work force to pursue a Master of Industrial Relations degree.
the Stanley Drabek Graduate Award in Political Studies
Established by Stanley Drabek, BA'58, M.A.'65. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Master's or Ph.D. level students enrolled in Political Studies. Preference given to students studying Canadian politics.
the Ken Dryden/Edward Fletcher Award
Awarded to a student entering first year in any faculty or school who has had significant experience in the Child Welfare System in Ontario and who demonstrates need. The award is renewable for the following three years.
the Karey Jean Duggan (Oliphant) Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of Karey Jean Duggan (nee Oliphant), BA/BSc(Eng)'95. Awarded on the basis of financial need to women students with one or more children returning after a period of two or more years to University education.
the Frederick I L Dyke Bursary
Established from the estate of Frederick I.L. Dyke, BSc (Engineering)'41 and awarded on the basis of financial need to third or fourth year students in the Faculty of Applied Science. Preference will be given to students in Electrical Engineering.
the Oren A. Earl Bursary
Established from a bequest by Oren A. Earl and awarded to an undergraduate student in an Honours B.Sc. program in Chemistry. The award will be based on academic achievement and financial need. Preference will be given to a woman.
the Margaret and David Cook Admission Award
Established by David Cook, MD 1975, MSc 1971, and Margaret Cook and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the George L. Cooke Admission Award
Established by friends in honour of George L. Cooke, BAHons'75, MBA'77. Awarded to students entering any undergraduate program at Queen's with preference given to students whose parent(s) or grandparent(s) are working in the Canadian Insurance Industry.
the William Coombs Baker Memorial Prize
Founded by graduates in memory of William Coombs Baker, formerly the Robert Waddell Professor of Experimental Physics. The is prize in books approved by the Department of Physics. Awarded annually to the student with the highest standing in PHYS 104.
the G Joseph Cooper Scholarship
Established by G. Joseph Cooper, BEd'72, in memory of his mother, Molly Cooper, awarded on the basis of academic performance to a third year student with a minor, medial, or major in English and who has completed a minimum of three English courses.
the Ruth Cordy Entrance Bursary
Established by Ruth Cordy, BA'42, and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year of the Faculty of Arts and Science at Queen's University
the A V Corlett Memorial Bursary
Established by former students of Professor A.V. Corlett who for many years was Head of the Department of Mining Engineering at Queen's. Awarded on the basis of financial need and promising ability.
the Lieutenant Commander Clifton R Tony Coughlin Bursary
Established by Martha Hazel Coughlin in memory of her husband Clifton R. Tony Coughlin, Comm'37, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of the Bachelor of Commerce program at Queen's University.
the Mary and Jim Courtright Student Awd
Awarded to students in second, third, or fourth year in any Faculty or School on the basis of student activity involvement, with preference to Track and Field or the Queen's Debating Union. Preference also given to students from the Province of Quebec.
the Craine Professor Scholarship
Established by Glenville Jones, Craine Professor and Head, Department of Biochemistry, to recognize student achievement in the undergraduate Biochemistry program.
the Martha Crane Fund
Established by Martha J. Crane, BA(Hon) 1976, BEd 1977, and awarded on the basis of financial need to an undergraduate student in any faculty or school.
the Clifford Crawley Music Composition Scholarship
Awarded on the recommendation of the School of Drama and Music to students in any undergraduate year of any Faculty or School who have completed one or more courses in music composition, who demonstrate exceptional ability and achievement in composition.
the Madison Crich Memorial Award
In memory of Madison Anne Crich with the intention of creating an award for students in Queen's Faculty of Law.
the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 1302 Bursary
Established by Local 1302 of C.U.P.E. and awarded to an undergraduate student(s) in any program of studies at Queen's University on the basis of demonstrated financial need.
the C A Curtis Fund
Established in memory of Professor C.A. Curtis. Awarded annually for the best doctoral thesis in economics. Any Ph.D. thesis in economics completed during the preceding two calendar years is eligible for consideration.
the Herman Daams Bursary
Established by the Estate of Herman Daams. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a female student enrolled in any undergraduate year of an Honours Bachelor of Arts program with specialization, major or medial plan in Mathematics or Physics.
the Sharon and Nigel D?Acre Athletic Award
Established by Sharon D'Acre, BA (Hons) 1996, and Nigel D'Acre. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and athletic excellence to student-athletes on the competition roster of a Gaels interuniversity rugby team.
the Sharon and Nigel D?Acre Scholarship in Economics
Established by Sharon D'Acre, BA (Hons) 1996, and Nigel D'Acre. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering third or fourth year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree with an academic Plan offered by the Department of Economics.
the Richard Dale Memorial Award
Established in honour of Richard M. Dale. Awarded annually to the student entering second year in a program offered by the Departments of Physics or Chemistry with the highest combined standing in PHYS 105 and CHEM 116.
the Dalton R Mercer Scholarship
Awarded to a first year student from Sutton District High School. Preference given to those in combined Arts and Physical and Health Education. If no eligible candidate is available from SDHS, may be awarded to a student from Newmarket or Keswwick.
the William A (Bill) Davis Bursary
Established in June 2008 by the Estate of William A. Davis, BSc(Eng.)'62, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students registered in Electrical Engineering in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Jane Davis Memorial Award
Established by friends and family in memory of the late Jane Davis (Vickers), B.Sc. (Hons) '73. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students enrolled in 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of an honours degree in Mathematics.
the Eric R. & Lorraine Davis Memorial Scholarship
Established by friends and family in memory of Lorraine and Eric Davis, B.Sc.Eng 1950. Awarded on the basis of standing of year's work to a student entering second, third or fourth year in any program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Ian and Maureen Dawson MBA Scholarship
Established by Ian Dawson, MBA 1985, and Maureen Dawson, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the full-time MBA program in the Smith School of Business.
the Douglas Arthur de Pencier Bursary
Established by the Estate of Mary Marlene Joan de Pencier in memory of her brother Douglas Arthur de Pencier. Awarded to students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program. Geographic restrictions apply.
the Deans of Women Memorial Award
Established to honour the office of the Deans of Women by the Committee on Women's Affairs. Awarded on the basis of academic merit to a student in the fourth year of an honours program in Gender Studies and enrolled in WMNS 500.
the Hugh DeCourcy Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of Hugh DeCourcy, BA(Hons)'88, BEd'89. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student in the final year (fifth year) of the Concurrent Education program.
Fred Delaney's Last Pro Bono Award
Established in memory of Fred Delaney, BCom 1972, Law 1975. Awarded to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business, or the J.D. program or the combined J.D. degree program in the Faculty of Law.
the Deloitte Global Exchange Award
Established by Deloitte LLP. Awarded to students in the third-year of the Bachelor of Commerce program who have been selected to participate in a formal Queen's University bi lateral exchange.
the Deloitte Global Development Award
Established by the Deloitte Foundation and Deloitte LLP employees. For students in the third-year of the Bachelor of Commerce program who have been selected to participate in a formal Queen's University bi lateral exchange.
the Alan R. Dennis Doctoral Award
Established by Alan R. Dennis, MBA'84. Awarded to Ph.D. level students enrolled in the Smith School of Business doctoral program in the areas of Management Information Systems or Operations.
the Marni Lithgow de Pencier (Arts '54) Fund
Established by the Estate of Marianne de Pencier and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Master's level students enrolled in the Department of Philosophy in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Mark and Wendy DesLauriers Admission Award
Established by Mark DesLauriers, BCom 1978, and Wendy DesLauriers, BEd 1982. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Tony Dimnik Scholarship
Established by the National Executive MBA Class of 1999 in honour of Professor Tony Dimnik for students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Disabled Students' Bursary
Established by the Alma Mater Society and Arts and Science '82 to assist disabled students attending Queen's University. Awarded on the basis of need.
the Dr. Heather F. Clarke Nursing Bursary
Established by Heather Clarke, BNSc'66. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the School of Nursing with preference given to Canadian Aboriginal students (First Nations, Inuit or Metis).
the R H Clark Applied Science Award
Established in honour of Professor Emeritus R.H. Clark. Awarded for high academic standing to a student entering the first year of the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Cochrane Family Admission Award
Estabished by David Cochrane, BCom 2012. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need, academic achievement, and entrepreneurial spirit to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Cogeco Connexion Inc. Fund in support of the UPstart Venture Challenge Competition
Established by Cogeco Connexion Inc to provide funding to the winners of the UPstart Venture Challenge Competition. Should the Competition cease to exist the funds can be used to help support Smith School of Business students with their ventures.
the Cogeco Scholarship Fund
Awarded on the basis of high academic standing to students pursuing graduate studies in the social aspects of communications. Selection will be made by a committee in the Department of Sociology.
the Harold A Cohen Book Prize
Three book prizes established in memory of Harold Arthur Cohen, B.A. 1928, B.Sc. Eng. Physics 1930. Awarded to students in the Bachelor of Music program, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program in Religious Studies, and Engineering Physics program.
the Coleman-Ellis Scholarship
Established in December 2002 by David Daniel, MSc'71, PhD'74, and awarded on the basis of financial need to a graduate student studying Mathematics in a Masters or Doctoral program.
the Geoffrey Martin Colley Memorial Bursary
Established by Dr. Martha Adeline Colley in memory of Geoffrey Martin Colley. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in third or fourth year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Frank Collom Memorial Graduate Award
Established in honour of Prof. Frank Collom, awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students in the first year of the Master of Industrial Relations (MIR) program who has an undergraduate degree from Queen's. Preference given to a Commerce degree.
the Frank Collom Memorial Entrance Bursary
Established in memory of Professor Frank Collom, a faculty member of Smith School of Business. Awarded on the basis of financial need to full-time undergraduate students entering the first year Commerce program.
the Commerce 2009 Award in memory of Baha Bekenov
Established in memory of Baha Bekenov, awarded on the basis of financial need, proven leadership skills, and involvement in school or community activities, to students in the Bachelor of Commerce Program who are participating in an international exchange.
the Commerce 1985 Bursary
Established by the Class of Commerce 1985. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Commerce 1988 Award
Established by the Class of Commerce 1988 to celebrate their 25th reunion and to honour the memory of their classmates. Awarded to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Commerce 1990 Bursary
Established by the Class of Commerce 1990 leading up to their 25th reunion. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Commerce 1996 Entrance Scholarship
Established by the class of Commerce 1996. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence and demonstrated community leadership to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Commerce 2006 Bursary
Established in November 2006 by members of the class of Commerce 2006 and awarded on the basis of financial need to students entering the first year Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Commerce 1976 Admission Award
The Class of Commerce 1976 is fundraising to establish an award for students entering the Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Commerce 1978 Admission Bursary
Established by the Class of Commerce 1978 and awarded to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Commerce 1979 Admission Bursary
The Class of Commerce 1979 is fundraising to establish a bursary for students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Commerce 1987 Award
Established by the Commerce Class of 1987 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Commerce 1989 Award
The Class of Commerce 1989 is fundraising to create an award for undergraduate students in the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Commerce 1993 Entrance Award
Established by the class of Commerce 1993 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need, academic achievement and involvement in extracurricular or community service, to students entering first year of the BComm program.
the Commerce 1992 Entrance Award
Established by the class of Commerce 1992 and awarded on the basis of financial need and involvement in extracurricular or community service to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Christopher R. Bennett Memorial Award
Established by the Commerce Society in memory of Christopher R. Bennett. Awardeded to students entering the second year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Mary N. Francis Fellowship in Nursing Science
Established by Gordon Francis and Eleanor Rivoire in memory of their mother Mary N. Francis. Awarded to Master of Nursing Science students or PhD students in Nursing Science in the School of Graduate Studies.
the T C S Franks Travel Fund
The Timothy C.S. Franks Research Travel Fund provides financial support for doctoral candidates in the Departments of History and Political Studies pursuing dissertation research abroad.
the Ian and Pat Fraser Family Scholarship
Established by Ian Fraser, BCom'53, and Pat Fraser, BA(Hons)'53, in honour of their family's tradition at Queen's. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence and demonstrated leadership to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce Program.
the Jeremy & Judith Freedman Award for Studies in Israel
Established by The Jeremy & Judith Freedman Family Foundation for students in the Faculty of Law who have been selected to participate in a formal Queen's University bi-lateral exchange in Israel.
the Dr. John Freeman Graduate Bursary
Established in memory of Dr. John G. Freeman, B.A. 1976, B.Ed. 1977, M.A. 1990. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students enrolled in in a Masters or Doctorate degree program in the Faculty of Education.
Vic Freidin, Law'71 Memorial Award
To establish the "Vic Freidin, Law'71 Memorial Award" endowment to support students in the J.D. or joint J.D. programs who demonstrate an interest in advocacy. Should the $50K not be raised, an expendable award would be established.
the Douglas Fretts Bursary
Established in memory of Douglas Fretts and Bruce Fretts. Awarded on the basis of satisfactory academic standing and need to an upper year student in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Ian & Carol Friendly Leadership Admission Award
Established by Carol and Ian Friendly, BCom'83. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to students entering first year in the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Ian R Friendly Marketing Scholarship
Established by Carol and Ian Friendly, B.Com. 1983, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence in third year Marketing courses to students entering fourth year in the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Charles F Young Fund
Three awards established by the estate of Edith Irene Young: The Charles Frederick Young Entrance Scholarship; The Charles Frederick Young Bursary; The Charles Frederick Young Bursary in History.
the 1963 & 1964 Golden Gaels Football Award
Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and athletic excellence to student-athletes in any degree program at Queen's University and who are on the competition roster of the Gaels interuniversity football team.
the Global Health Elective Awards
Established by the Aesculapian Society. Awarded to medical students in any year who are participating in an experiential learning opportunity outside of Canada or an opportunity that embodies the intent of this award within remote areas of Canada.
the Department of Gender Studies Graduate Award
Established by the Department of Gender Studies and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Master's students enrolled in Department of Gender Studies in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Graham George Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Dr. Graham George, the first Head of the Department of Music (1968-1971). Awarded annually to a student who has demonstrated exceptional ability and achievement in composition. Preference will be given to a graduating student.
the German Study Abroad Award
Awarded by the German Dept. to students with a German major, medial, or minor concentration, German Studies, or Business German, or a special field concentration in Language and Linguistics with a primary concentration in German, for academic excellence.
the F W Gibson Prize in Canadian History
Established in memory of Professor Frederick W. Gibson. Awarded to the graduating student with a medial or major concentration in History who has the highest average standing in three courses in Canadian History.
the Edmonton Capital Region Entrance Scholarship
Established by alumni and friends in the Edmonton area. Awarded to students from Alberta who are entering the first year of any undergraduate program.
the Education Thank Q Memorial Bursary Fund
Established by the Education Class of 2004 in memory of Education students John Raycroft and Jocelyn Stevens. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the Faculty of Education.
the David Elder Award in Global Public Policy
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence and demonstrated promise in the field of public service to funding eligible Master-level students enrolled in Master of Public Administration or Professional Master of Public Administration program.
the Lorne C Elder Scholarships in Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Established by Lorne C. Elder, B.Sc. 1942, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the second, third, or fourth year of the Mechanical and Materials Engineering program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Eldon Boyd Fellowship
Established by Prof. E.M. Boyd. Awarded to a graduate student in the field of Therapeutics, Drug Development, and Human Toxicology in the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences graduate program.
the Elliott Award for Travel
Established in memory of Charles Martyn Elliott (Arts '44) and Kathleen Mead Elliott (Arts '42). Awarded to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Education for study outside Canada in the field of teacher education.
the Empire Life Public Health Sciences Fellowships
Established by Empire Life. Awarded to graduate students in Public Health Sciences to undertake graduate work and research in the field of public health.
Enbridge Bursary in Arts and Science
Established by Enbridge Pipelines Inc. and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to Aboriginal students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
Enbridge Bursary in Engineering and Applied Science
Established by Enbridge Pipelines Inc. and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to Aboriginal students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Engineering Chemistry Industrial Scholarship
Established by Dr Warren Baker. Awarded to a student entering the third year of Engineering Chemistry program in the Faculty of Applied Science on the basis of academic excellence in the second year of the Engineering Chemistry program.
the Environmental Studies Scholarship
Established by the School of Environmental Studies from donations and school funds and awarded on the recommendation of the School to a student admitted to Honours in the Environmental Studies program exhibiting academic distinction.
the Environmental Studies Graduate Scholarship
Awarded to graduate students in the Master of Environmental Studies program who achieve the highest overall combined average in ENSC 801* and ENSC 802*. If more than one student qualifies for the award, the funds for that year will be divided equally.
the EY Emerging Leader Award
Established by EY and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need, academic achievement, proven leadership skills and involvement in extra-curricular activities to students in second year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Endeavour Silver Corp. Graduate Award Endowment
Established by Endeavour Silver Corp. Awarded to graduate students in the Master of Science in Applied Geology, or research-based Master's or Doctoral students in the field of Economic Geology and Mineral Exploration.
the Endeavour Silver Corp. Scholarship Endowment
Established by Endeavour Silver Corp. and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering third or fourth year of the Geological Sciences program or the Geological Engineering program.
the Dr H Martyn Estall Graduate Award in Philosophy
Established in memory of Dr. H. Martyn Estall. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to assist graduate students in the Department of Philosophy to attend a significant conference.
the Ettinger Testimonial Fund
Established in honour of G. Harold Ettinger, Dean of Medicine at Queen's University from 1949 to 1962. Awarded to medical students to assist in meeting unexpected financial need.
the Fred Euringer Scholarship in Drama
Established in honour of J.A. (Fred) Euringer. Awarded to a student enrolled in the Queen's University Drama program and is intended to facilitate the recipient's ability to create theatre within the Kingston community.
the W H Evans Book Prize in French
Established in honour of W. Hugo Evans, Head of the French Department from 1948 to 1970, a book prize to be awarded to the graduating student with the highest standing in Honours French.
the Exshaw Family International Exchange Bursary
Established by Christian and Florence Exshaw. Awarded to students in the Bachelor of Commerce Program who have been selected to participate in a formal Queen's University bi-lateral exchange in Asia or South America.
the Michael D. Failes Graduate Fellowship in Labour and Employment Law
Established in memory of Michael D. Failes, LLM'86. Awarded to first-year students in the LL.M. program or full-time students in the Ph.D. program in Law, who have a research interest in the labour and employment law.
the Fariborz Fallah Bursary
Established by Fariborz Fallah, B.Sc. 1987, M.Sc. 1990, and Catherine Berka, B.Sc. 1987. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's University.
the Bala Family Law Bursary
Established by an anonymous donor for students in financial need in any year of the J.D. program or combined J.D. degree program in the Faculty of Law. Preference will be given to students with an interest in family law.
the Janet and Ghazi Farooq Bursary
Established by Janet Farooq, B.A.(Hons)1966. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to female students who have experienced an interruption in their formal education and who are registered in any Faculty or School at Queen's University.
the Margaret Farr Scholarship
Established by by Margaret Farr and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to a student entering full-time studies in the first year of a Bachelor of Music program who demonstrates exceptional ability in performance on a string instrument.
the Michael Farrar Memorial Entrance Award
Established by Ivana A Farrar in memory of her husband Michael Farrar, BSc (Mech. Eng.)'61, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to a student entering the first year in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Federau Kreel MBA Scholarship
Established by Monika Federau, MBA'88. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to female students who are Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents, entering the full-time MBA program in the Smith School of Business.
the Dr Robert John Wilson Fellowship
Awarded to doctoral students registered in Health Science related disciplines. Candidate must show exceptional promise for making significant contributions to studies or research in Health Sciences.
the Feminist Jurisprudence Award
Established by the family and friends of Sharon Cohen, a graduate of Law '88. Awarded annually for outstanding achievement and participation in feminist jurisprudence.
the James (Jim) O. Fenton Bursary
Established by Gail Fenton in memory of her brother. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in third or fourth year of a Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering degree program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Harvey Fine Fund in support of Commerce Health and Wellness
Established by the Honourable Justice Gloria Epstein, B.Com '72, in memory of Harvey Fine, B.Com '72. The fund will be used in support of student health and wellness initiatives in the Commerce Program at the Smith School of Business.
the Dr Ben Finkelstein and Family Bursary
Established in memory of Ben Finkelstein, Med'41, and in honour of family members who presently attend Queen's University, by his wife Eve (Zbar) Finkelstein, Arts'42. Awarded on the basis of need to a student in their fourth year of Medical School.
the Donna S Finley Entrance Award
Established by Donna S. Finley, B.A. 1980, B.Ed. 1981. Awarded on the basis of financial need, leadership skills, and involvement in school or community activities to students from Alberta who are entering first year of any undergraduate program.
the Dean Bill Flanagan International Studies Award
Established in honour of Bill Flanagan. Awarded to students in the Faculty of Law who have been selected to attend one of the Global Law Programs at the Bader International Study Centre and/or who are participating in an international internship.
the Dr George E Flanagan Entrance Scholarship
Established by George E. Flanagan and awarded on the basis of academic proficiency to a student entering Queen's from a Stormont County or City of Cornwall High School.
the Keith "Moon" Flanigan Athletic Financial Award
Established in honour of Coach Keith ?Moon? Flanigan, B.A. 1950, for a student athlete in the Men's Hockey program.
the Julio Arboleda-Florez and Heather Stuart Award
Established by Drs. Julio E. Arboleda-Florez and Heather L. Stuart. Awarded to M.Sc., MPH or Ph.D. students enrolled in the graduate program in Epidemiology with a stated research interest in the field of mental health.
the Golden Gaels Football Award
Established to provide financial recognition on the basis of academic achievement and athletic excellence to student-athletes at Queen's University who are on the competition roster of the Gaels Football interuniversity athletic team.
the Susan and Louis Forbes Award
Established by Louis Forbes, MBA 1980, and Susan Forbes. Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement and involvement in school or community activities to students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program.
the Smirle Forsyth Prize in Political Studies
Established by Smirle Forsyth of Toronto, BA'73, LLB'76. Awarded to the student who is deemed by the Department to have achieved the second highest standing in the first-year courses in Political Studies.
the Albert and Anne Francis Foundation Graduate Award
Established by the Albert and Anne Francis Foundation and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Masters or PhD students enrolled in Nursing in the School of Graduate Studies
the Judy Ha Memorial Entrance Award
In memory of Judy Ha (nee Tang) BA'75, BEd'76, by her husband Edmund Ha, BSc'76, and sons Derek Ha, Com'05, BSc'05, and Ronald Ha, Comm'07, and awarded on the basis of need, leadership ability, and involvement to first-year Arts and Science students.
the Mary Conner Hale Bursary
Established by George M. Hale, BSc'45, in memory of his wife, Mary, Arts'45. Awarded on the basis of need to a student in third or fourth year of an honours program in Biology or Biochemistry. Preference will be given to a female students
the Robert Hall Memorial Award
Founded by the class of Science '86 and the Queen's Mining Club in memory of Robert Hall. Awarded on the basis of interest in the Engineering Society and participation in intramural or intercollegiate sports.
the Dr Laurence Hall Civil Engineering Award
Established by Laurence Hall, B.Sc.(Eng.) 1958, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in any year of the Civil Engineering program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the R J Hand Awards
Established in memory of Richard J. Hand. Awarded to a graduating Commerce student who exemplifies values held by Prof. Hand: service to Queen's, leadership, humanity and outstanding academic achievement. Preference to students continuing their studies.
the Douglas Hargreaves Memorial Athletic Award
Established in memory of Doug Hargreaves, B.A. 1960, LLD 2012. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and athletic excellence to student-athletes in any degree program, who are on the competition roster of a Gaels interuniversity athletic team.
the Harold W Quinn Scholarship
Established by Harold W Quinn, B.Sc. 1953, M.Sc. 1954. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering third year of an Engineering Chemistry program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
the M Harris Scholarship in History
Established in memory of Michael R.G. Harris. Awarded to upper-year students in a BA(Honours) program with a major or medial concentration in History for the best essay on the history/practice of neutrality and pacific international dispute resolution.
the John A. Harvey Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of John A. "Jack" Harvey (BSc Physics Honours, Sci '45). Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to third or fourth year students in an undergraduate Engineering Physics degree program.
the J D Hatcher Award
Established in memory of J. Donald Hatcher and awarded to an undergraduate medical student to be used for a clinical or research critical enquiry elective, or equivalent project, normally outside Kingston.
the James Inglis Prize
Established by family, colleagues, students, and friends in memory of James Inglis, Professor of Psychology. A book prize to be awarded to the graduating doctoral student who has the highest standing in the Clinical Programme.
the International Leadership Award
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to international funding-eligible Master's or Ph.D. level students enrolled in any faculty or school in the Schoolf of Graduate Studies.
the International Study Awards Fund
Awarded on the basis of financial need to students studying at the Bader International Study Centre (BISC).
the Nursing Placement Award
Established from alumni donations to provide financial assistance to undergraduate nursing students to travel to their clinical placements. Awarded to students on the basis of financial need.
the Queen's International Students' Society Bursary
Established by the Queen's International Students' Society and awarded on the basis of financial need. Preference will be given to an international student.
The Jerry Jackson Admission Scholarship
Established by Jerry Jackson, B.Com. 1978, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering first year of the Bachelor Commerce Program, Smith School of Business.
the Rick Jackson Scholarship
Established in honour of Richard Jackson, professor in the School of Business. Awarded to students entering third year of the Commerce program in the Smith School of Business, who have been selected to participate in a formal Queen's bi-lateral exchange.
the JADE Award
Established by Douglas Ellenor, BSc(Hons)'66, and Jo-Anne Ellenor, BSc(Hons)'67. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in second, third or fourth year in Geological Science or Biological Science.
the Janson Family Entrance Bursary
Established by Peter (BSc.(Eng) 1969) and Peggy (BA 1970) Janson. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Arts and Science, with preference given to a female student from Northern Ontario.
the Lou Jeffries Men's Hockey Award
Established in 2006 in memory of Lou Jeffries to provide financial support on the basis of academic and athletic excellence to a student-athlete in the Men's Hockey Program. Funds are allocated in consultation with Head Coach and Director A&R.
the Jellinck-Lyttle Graduate Fellowship in Biochemistry
Established by Richard Lyttle, PhD'73, in honour of P Harry Jellinck, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Biochemistry. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Masters or PhD level students enrolled in Biochemistry.
the D M Jemmett Scholarship
Awarded to a student graduating from the Electrical and Computer Engineering who has achieved the highest average in Electrical Engineering courses of all years. Average is based on marks of final examinations and not on results of any repeated courses.
the John and Elizabeth Murray Scholarship
Established by John, B.Sc. 1963, PhD 1967, and Elizabeth Murray. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering second-, third-, or fourth-year of a Honours degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Caroline (Cairnie) Jenkins Memorial Prizes
Established in memory of Caroline Jenkins, BScOT'81. Awarded to two students entering the final professional year of the Occupational Therapy program in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy.
the Ruth Jerrett Memorial Award in Nursing
Established in memory of Ruth Jerrett, by her daughter Mary Jerrett, BN, MSc, EdD, and awarded to an undergrad student in the School of Nursing on the basis of financial need and a sound academic record. Preference will be given to third year students.
the Science '48 George A Jewett Entrance Bursary in Applied Science
Established by the class of Science '48 in honour of George A. Jewett. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Joyce Family Foundation Bursary
Established by The Joyce Family Foundation and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program.
the J E Hawley Memorial Scholarship
Established by Alban H. Norton, PEng BA(Hons)'36, in memory of J.E. Hawley. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student registered in the second year of either the Geological Engineering or Geological Sciences program.
the Deborah Louise Healey Memorial Award
Established by the family of Deborah Louise Healey and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner student enrolled in the School of Nursing in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Heard/McFarlane Award
Established by R. Bruce McFarlane, BA/BPHE'78, and Janice C. Heard, BSc(Hons)/BPHE'80. Awarded to students in first or second year in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies on the basis of financial need and academic achievement.
the Henderson Family Legacy Award
Established by Jason Henderson, BCom 1993, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce Program in the Smith School of Business.
the Sue Hendler Graduate Scholarship in Gender Studies
Established in memory of Sue Hendler, who was an Associate Professor with the School of Urban and Regional Planning. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to graduate students enrolled in Gender Studies in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Sue Hendler Graduate Fellowship
Established by the Estate of Sue Hendler. Awarded to funding-eligible graduate students enrolled in Urban and Regional Planning in the School of Graduate Studies who are working on planning ethics or women/gender and planning.
the Anthony O Hendrie Bursary
Established by Anthony O. Hendrie, BA'59, and awarded on the basis of need to students in the Faculty of Arts and Science. Preference given to graduates of secondary schools located in the Towns of Collingwood and Stayner and the Township of Clearview.
the Bob Henry Award
Established by Joy Beazley, BA'77, in memory of Bob Henry. Awarded to undergraduate students in the School of Medicine or the School of Nursing, who demonstrate the highest standard in clinical care, compassion and interpersonal communication.
the Kathleen A Herman Prize in Gender Studies
Established to honour Kathleen Herman. Awarded each year to the student in any program who submits the best project in one of the courses in Gender Studies.
the Tom R Higgins Scholarship
Established by Thomas Higgins, BSc(Hons)'79. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the fourth year with a subject of specialization, major or medial concentration in Mathematics or Statistics.
the Maria A Higginson Scholarship
Awarded to a student from one of the secondary schools in Renfrew, Hawkesbury or Vankleek Hill.
the Stephen & Melanie Hoffmeister Admission Award
Established by Stephen Hoffmeister, BCom 1998, and Melanie Hoffmeister and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in Smith School of Business.
the Elizabeth Holmes and Edwin Burt Memorial Award
Established in memory of Elizabeth Holmes, Arts'50, and Edwin Burt, Arts'51, IR'52. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of any undergraduate degree in the Faculty of Arts & Science.
the Ho Ming Tai Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established in memory of Ho Ming Tai, Sc'83. Awarded on the basis of standing in first year to an international student in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering and will be renewed in third and fourth year provided honours standing is maintained.
The Horgan Family Award in the Faculty of Law
Established in April 2014 by Michael and Mary Ellen Horgan. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in any year in the Faculty of Law.
the E. Shannon Howard Medical Student Bursary
Established by E. Shannon Howard, BCom 1975, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of the School of Medicine.
the Peter and Doreen Howe Memorial Award
Established in memory of Peter Howe, BA 1960, and Doreen Howe, BA 1961. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in any year of a Bachelor of Science (Honours) or Bachelor of Applied Science degree program.
the MacInnis and Howey Families Bursary
Established by the MacInnis and Howey families and awarded on the basis of financial need to a full-time student entering the first year of any undergraduate Bachelor of Arts and Science program.
the Craig L Hoyt Memorial Scholarship
Established by a bequest from the estate of Craig L. Hoyt and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering or currently registered in the Bachelor of Music program whose applied area of study is voice.
the Moira Anne (Courtney) Hudgin Graduate Scholarship in Art
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to MA or PhD level students in Art History and Art Conservation with preference to a student pursuing research in North American Indigenous art. Preference given to students who self-identify as Aboriginal.
the Moira Anne (Courtney) Hudgin Bursary
Established by Moira Anne (Courtney) Hudgin, B.A. (Hons) 1968, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of any Faculty or School at Queen's University. Preference given to Aboriginal students.
the Lindsay Dale Hudson Memorial Award
Established by Robert Hudson and Marie Nicole Florent, LLM 2006, in memory of their daughter Lindsay Dale Hudson.
the Dr. Robert Hudson Memorial Award
Established by Marie Nicole Florent, BA 1988, MPA 2001, LLM 2006, in memory of her husband, Queen's Professor Dr. Robert W. Hudson. Awarded to students in any year of the School of Medicine.
the Hungerford Family Award
Established by the Hungerford Family. Awarded to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business under the Aboriginal Admission Policy.
the Karen Huntley Memorial Award
Established in memory of Karen Huntley. Awarded to a student in an Honours Biology or an Environmental Science SSP Biology degree program who will be doing a field course or field research.
the Huntley Macdonald Sinclair Travelling Scholarship
Financial support for doctoral students pursuing dissertation research abroad. Awards will be made on a competition basis annually.
the Istvan Prize in Electroacoustics
Established in honour of Istvan Anhalt. Awarded to a student who has demonstrated excellence in electroacoustics (composition, research, performance, production).
the Idnani and Reel Award
Established by Vikas Idnani and Elise Reel Idnani, BSc'07, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science with preference given to aboriginal students.
the Ik Onkar Award
Established by Ken Grewal, B.Com. 1996, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Eugene J.A. Gierczak Family Scholarship
Established by Eugene Gierczak, B.Sc. 1974. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to Canadian citizens or permanent residents entering first year of the first entry undergraduate degree program of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Donna Gobin Memorial Scholarship
Awarded on the recommendation of the Dan School of Drama and Music to a student in the Bachelor of Music program whose major instrument is the piano. Preference will be given to students entering Queen's for the first time.
the H Carl Goldenberg Scholarship in Industrial Relations
Established in memory of H. Carl Goldenberg. Awarded to a student with a record of strong academic achievement who is pursuing a Master of Industrial Relations degree with a focus upon industrial relations.
the Torrible Goldman Sachs Scholarship
Established by Goldman Sachs Gives and awarded to an eligible full time student in the Master of Science (Physical Therapy) (M.Sc.[P.T.]) program in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Ted and Adrienne Goldthorpe Admission Award
Established by Ted Goldthorpe, BCom'99, and Adrienne Goldthorpe, BCom'99. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the W C Good Memorial Fellowship Award
Established in memory of William Charles Good. Awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Economics, the Department of History, the Department of Political Studies, or the Department of Sociology.
the Dr I M Gourley Prize
Established by Mrs. B.S. McPhee of Vankleek Hill, Ontario, in honour of Ian Maxwell Gourley, MD, CM, Queen's 1931. Awarded annually to the student who attains the highest standing in Paediatrics.
the Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP Bursary
Established by Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in a J.D. program or a combined J.D. degree program in the Faculty of Law.
the Award for Graduate Students with Disabilities
Established by the Graduate Student Society and awarded on the recommendation of the Special Needs Coordinator.
the Science '48 S N Graham Award
Established by the class of Science '48 in honour of Professor S.N. Graham. Awarded on the completion of the second year to a student with a sound academic record who has demonstrated outstanding performance in extra-curricular activities on campus.
the Grant Memorial Scholarship
Established by Douglas A. Grant, B.A.'33 and Marjorie Grant Barber, B.A.'36 in memory of their parents, Fred and Flora Grant. Awarded to a graduate of Sydenham High School registered in the first year of any program.
the Graduate Leadership and Achievement Award
Awarded for academic excellence to Master's or Ph.D. students in any graduate department or program with preference to Canadian citizens/permanent residents participating in exchanges, applied to go on exchange, or involved in multinational research.
the Great-West Life Scholarship
Established by The Great-West Life Assurance Company and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the fourth year in the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Grittani-Livingston Family Bursary
Established by members of the Grittani-Livingston family, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of any Faculty or School at Queen's University, with preference to students who self-identify as a Crown ward.
the Shelton Graduate Fellowship in Psychology
Established by Deborah Shelton, BEd'78, in memory of her husband. Awarded on the recommendation of the Psychology Dept. to a graduate student entering the Ph.D. program in Human Experimental Psychology or Psychophysics in the Department of Psychology.
the Guelph Alumni Entrance Award
Established by the Guelph Ontario Branch. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to a student from Wellington County entering the first year of any undergraduate degree program.
the Harry S Southam Scholarship
Established by the estate of Janet Southam MacTavish Ritchie in memory of her father Harry S. Southam, LL.D. 1948. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering second, third or fourth year of a B.Sc. (Hons.) program in Arts and Science
the D E Loney Scholarship
Established in honour of Professor D.E. Loney. Awarded to the graduating Technological Education student who has shown the most outstanding qualities of character and scholarship and demonstrated potential as a teacher.
the Charles C J Lorimer Award
Established in memory of Dr. Charles C.J. Lorimer, M.D. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to a student in an upper year of science, medicine or another Faculty.
the Christopher Lounds Bursary
Established in memory of Christopher Lounds, B.A. 1993, B.A. (Hons.) 1994, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Paul and Linda Lucas Bursary in Medicine
Established in honour of Paul Lucas, past Chair of the Board of Rx&D and retired CEO of GlaxoSmithKline Inc. Awarded to students entering the first year of the MD program in the School of Medicine who previously completed the Queen's Life Science program.
the Joan Lund Memorial Award
Established in memory of Joan M. Lund. Awarded to the student in the fourth year who has contributed most to the geophysics program in the previous years.
the Alvera Salute Lundquist Memorial Scholarships in Italian
Established by the late Alvera Salute Lundquist and awarded to the students who have achieved the highest standing in ITALIAN 230 and ITALIAN 205.
the Dan Lynch Award
Established in memory of Dan Lynch by Jane and Michael J. Lynch, M.D. 1958. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in the final medical year in the School of Medicine.
the Philips Macdonnell Memorial Award
Established in memory of Philips Macdonnell and awarded to a student of high quality in the fourth medical year who has been accepted into Queen's postgraduate course for the education of specialists in Family Medicine.
the Ian J MacDonald Scholarship
Founded in memory of Dr. Ian J. MacDonald, Sc. '54, and awarded to the Mechanical Engineering student completing second year with the highest aggregate mark in the courses in Kinematics, Dynamics, and Solid Mechanics.
the Dr James Brown MacDougall Bursaries
Awarded on the basis of need to upper-year undergraduate students.
the Norman Macintosh Memorial Fellowship in Accounting
Established in memory of Professor Emeritus Norman B. Macintosh by Smith Faculty and PhD alumni. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible PhD students in the Smith School of Business in the Accounting field.
the Michelle MacIsaac Athletic Fund
Established by Hugh MacIsaac and awarded on the basis of academic achievement and athletic excellence to student-athletes in any degree program who are on the competition roster of the Gaels interuniversity women's basketball or women's hockey team.
the C C MacKinnon Book Prize
Established by the family of the late C.C. MacKinnon, Science '36. Awarded to the second year Mechanical Engineering student with the highest standing on the year's work.
the Dr W B F Mackay Memorial Scholarship in Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Established in memory of Dr. William Brydon Fraser Mackay, HDSc'93. Awarded to a fourth year Mechanical and Materials Engineering student in the Materials Option, on the basis of academic merit and contributions the well-being of the student body.
the Alexander MacLachlan Peace Prize
Annual award for the student with the highest standing in a history course pertaining to Canadian politics or foreign relations. Established in memory of Alexander MacLachlan, former President of International College, Smyrna, by the MacLachlan family.
the Ian A Macleod Award
Established in memory of Professor Ian A Macleod. Awarded to a graduate student who made the greatest contribution to the intellectual and social spirit of the Department of Computing and Information Science during the preceding academic year.
the Mark MacTavish Award
Established by Mark MacTavish, BCom 1997, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce Program in the Smith School of Business.
the Jennifer Maginnis Memorial Scholarship for Woodwinds
Established by the B.Mus. Class of '85 in memory of Jennifer Maginnis. Awarded on the recommendation of the Dan School of Drama and Music to a student who is enrolled in the B.Mus. Program and is majoring in a woodwind instrument.
the Naim S Mahlab Scholarship in Jewish Studies
Established by Naim S. Mahlab, Comm'49, and awarded on the basis of academic merit to students entering third or fourth year of the Jewish Studies degree program who have the highest grades in Jewish Studies courses and cognate courses.
the Michele Mainland Memorial Award
Three separate awards established in memory of Michele Mainland, B.Sc. 1997 for undergraduate students in Chemical Engineering.
the V Hanbidge Keast Memorial Award
Established by relatives and friends of Val Hanbridge Keast who graduated with a BA degree from Queen's University in 1976. Awarded to the St. Andrews Exchange Scholar from Queen's to assist with the costs of travel in countries other than Canada.
the Mary A Keillor Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of Mary A. Keillor. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any year in the School of Nursing.
the Don and Anna Kennedy Admission Award
Established by Don Kennedy, BCom'79, and Anna Kennedy, BCom'79. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Shirley C Kennedy Scholarship in Civil Engineering
Established in memory of Shirley C. Kennedy, Arts 1940, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a full-time undergraduate or graduate student in the Department of Civil Engineering.
the Gwen Keough Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Gwenlyn J. Keough (Rehab'82) by her parents Leona and William, (Sc.'48 1/2) and sisters Terry (Arts'79) and Nancy (Ed.'86). Awarded to a graduate student in an M.Sc. or Ph.D. program in Rehabilitation Science.
the Keppel-Jones Essay Prize
Established in memory of Professor Arthur M. Keppel-Jones. Awarded to a student in a history course who is judged to have written a historical essay of particular literary excellence.
the Killam American Scholarship
Established in memory of Izaac Walton Killam by his sisters. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students who are citizens or permanent residents of the United States entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program.
the J Carl King Scholarship
Established by J. Carl King, B.A.(Hons.) 1944 and awarded on the basis of high academic standing to a part-time student or students in a Humanities program (with preference to a student majoring in English) who has completed at least 60 units.
the Kingston Symphony Association Scholarship
Five scholarships which include the James Rini Memorial Scholarship and the Helen Lucile Allan Memorial Scholarship are awarded by the Kingston Symphony Association to full-time students in the B.Mus. Program whose major instrument is an orchestral one.
the Kingston Frontenac County Bursary
Bursaries offered to graduates of secondary schools in Frontenac County, who are children or wards of Frontenac County residents.
the Kingston Community Award
Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of any degree program, who are graduates of a secondary school in one of the counties: Lennox and Addington, Frontenac, Leeds and Grenville, or Prince Edward.
the Kingston Field Naturalists Award for Queen's University Biological Station
Established by Kingston Field Naturalists in memory of Dr. Robert Stewart. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and leadership qualities to an undergraduate student studying conservation science or natural history at the QUBS.
the Carole Kinnear Award
Established by J. Paul Kinnear, Comm'63, in honour of his wife's graduation from the Arts and Science in May 1998. Awarded on the basis of need and academic merit to a woman who, after an interruption in her formal education, is returning to studies.
the J. Paul Kinnear Entrance Scholarship
Established to honour J. Paul Kinnear, Commerce 1963. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the first year Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Shane Daniel Klein Scholarship in Family Medicine
Established in memory of Shane Klein, MD'15. Awarded to medical students who will be entering a residency program in Family Medicine, with preference to students entering the Family Medicine residency program at Queen's University.
the Jean Knox and Paul Emmons Family Bursary
Established by the Estate of Paul Mott Emmons, B.A. 1979. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in any year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree with an academic plan in Political Studies or History.
the Kouri Achievement Award
Established by Jill (Roberts) Kouri, BCom'84, Stephen Kouri, BA(Hons)'84, and family. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce Program in the Smith School of Business.
the KPMG Exchange Award
Established by The KPMG Foundation. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and demonstrated financial need to students in the Bachelor of Commerce program to participate in a formal Queen's University bi lateral exchange.
the Don Krestel Memorial Award
Established in memory of Donald Andrew Krestel, BA/BPHE'74. Awarded to a student in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, who is best able to promote among his or her classmates an appreciation of the needs of the individual and of the community
the Ben Kropp Prize in Anatomy
Established in memory of Dr. Benjamin Nathan Kropp, this prize is awarded annually to a student graduating in an Honours program in Life Sciences who has received the highest standing in Anatomy courses (two or more) throughout his/her program.
the Stephanie Lane "Pink Shoes" Memorial Award
Established in memory of Stephanie Elizabeth Lane, BA(Hons)'94. Awarded to undergraduate students in the second year in the Faculty of Arts and Science on the basis of demonstrated financial need, academic achievement, and volunteer work with children.
the Mark Latham Memorial Award
Established in memory of Mark Latham (B.Sc. 1983). Awarded to students in good academic standing entering the fourth year of the Faculty of Applied Science. Candidates for this award will have made significant contributions to Queen's and community.
the Latham Family Award in Social Neuroscience
Established by Ruth Hill and her children and awarded on the basis of academic excellence and/or research achievement to funding-eligible Master's or Ph.D. level students enrolled in Neuroscience Studies.
the Law 1977 Award
Established by the Class of Law 1977. Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and extra-curricular activities, to a student in any year of studies in the Faculty of Law.
the Law 1965 Award
Established by the Class of Law 1965 for students registered in first year in the J.D. program or combined J.D. degree program in the Faculty of Law on the basis of academic achievement and participation in extracurricular activities.
the Law '66 Book Prize
Established by the Class of Law 1966 Graduating Class and awarded to the student with the highest standing in Contracts.
the Law 1985 Award
Established by the Class of Law 1985 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and demonstrated participation in Queen's Law Clinics to students in any year of the J.D. program or combined J.D. degree program in the Faculty of Law.
the Law 1986 Bursary
Established by the Class of Law 1986 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of a J.D. degree program or a combined J.D. degree program in the Faculty of Law.
Queen's Faculty of Law Bursary
Established by alumni and friends of Queen's Faculty of Law. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of a J.D. or combined J.D. program in Queen's Faculty of Law.
the Susan J Serena Scholarship
Established by Susan J. Serena, LL.B. '79, and awarded to students completing second year law, on the basis of overall scholarship, involvement in student activities and contribution to the faculty, the University and the wider community.
the Queen's LSS Aboriginal Entrance Award
Established by Queen's Law Students' Society for students entering a J.D. program in the Faculty of Law. First preference will be given to students who have applied in the Aboriginal Category.
the Law Visible Minorities and Aboriginal Students Awards
Established by Queen's Law alumni. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to graduate students enrolled in one of the graduate programs in the Faculty of Law. Recipients must be members of a visible minority or of Canadian Indigenous descent.
the David Mullan Entrance Scholarship
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the first year of the J.D. program in the Faculty of Law.
the David Farrell Law '64 Award
Established by the class of Law '64 in memory of David Farrell. Awarded to a second or third year law student, on the basis of overall scholarship, financial need and contribution to the Faculty, the University and the wider community.
the Professor H.R.S. Ryan Scholarship
Established by the 1968 graduating class to honour Professor Ryan of the Faculty of Law. Awarded to upper year students in the J.D. program or a combined J.D. program in the Faculty of Law, for performance in the subject of Evidence.
the Dr. Bill and Barbara Leacy Medical Student Bursary
Established by the family of Dr. Bill Leacy, M.D. 1960, and Barbara Leacy, B.A. 1957. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year of the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Leadership Award for Community Service
Established by Michael Borden, B.Com. 1980, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need, academic achievement and involvement in school or community activities, to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce Program.
the Stanley F Leavine Memorial Award
Established in memory of her father by Dr. Desta F. Leavine, and awarded to the student who obtains the highest standing in Pathology.
the Lee Award in Financial Economics
Established by Gordon Lee, BA(Hons) 1991, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to a student enrolled in a BA(Hons) program with a major or medial in Economics.
the Donald Benedict Lee and Betty Ngan-Woon Lee Memorial Award
Established by the children of Donald Benedict Lee and Betty Ngan-Woon Lee and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program.
the Chancellor Jim Leech Bursary for Indigenous Students
Established by Chancellor Jim Leech, MBA 1973, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to Aboriginal students in any year of any Faculty or School at Queen's University.
the Jim Leech MBA Scholarship
Established in honour of Jim Leech, MBA 1973, in celebration of his retirement from the Ontario Teacher's Pension Plan. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the Queen's Full-Time MBA program in the Smith School of Business.
the Agnes Lefas Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Agnes Lefas, LLB'79. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student in the Queen's Faculty of Law with a demonstrated interest in civil law or the study of international business law in common and civil law jurisdictions
the Claire L Leggett International Study Award
Established by Claire Leggett and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students studying on a formal Queen's Exchange or studying at the Bader International Study Centre (BISC).
the Reuben Wells Leonard Resident Fellowship
Established by Reuben Wells Leonard, a fellowship awarded annually in any field to a graduate of Queen's University who plans to carry on studies and research for a twelve-month period at Queen's University.
the R W Leonard Prize in Physical Therapy
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the final professional year of the Physical Therapy Program in the School of Rehabilitative Therapy.
the R W Leonard Funds
Several scholarships awarded to students in Nursing, Physical and Health Education, Kinesiology , Commerce, and Law.
the Christopher Leuchter Memorial Award
In memory of Christopher Leuchter, a fund is being set up to provide financial support to Commerce students participating in varsity athletics.
the Christopher Lewis Prize in Music
Established by Marsha and Dr. Spruce Riordon in recognition of their renowned and gifted brother and brother-in-law, Christopher Lewis. Awarded to a student in the third or fourth year of a Music program for the best paper in music theory or musicology.
the Walter F Light Bursaries for Graduate Students
Established by Walter F. Light, Sc'49, LLD'81. Awarded on the basis of financial need to full-time students in graduate programs offered by the Faculty of Education.
the David L Lindsay Award for Public Policy Studies
Friends of David L. Lindsay, BCom 1981, wish to create an award in his honour to be granted to a graduate student in the Master of Public Administration program.
the Dr Clair Johnston Locke Memorial Bursary
Established from the estate of Helen Audrey Locke in memory of her husband, Dr. Clair Johnston Locke, Meds'35, and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Sheldon McDonell Bursary
Established in memory of Sheldon McDonell, BA PolSci. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to a student in the third year of a degree program with a concentration in Political Studies.
the Lisa Marie McDorman Memorial Award
Established in 2008 by Edward McDorman, B.Sc.(Eng.) 1957, and Elsie McDorman, B.Ed. 1973, in memory of daughter Lisa Marie McDorman, B.A. 1987. Awarded to full-time B.Ed. students on the basis of need, academic achievement, and community involvement.
the Bob McFarlane Golden Gaels Football Award
Established for students on the Gaels Football team. Preference will be given to students, in the following order, who at the time of admission, maintained a permanent residence in BC, other western provinces (AB, SK, MB), any Canadian province.
the C McGann Memorial Prize
Established in June 1998 by family and friends in memory of Catherine McGann. Awarded annually to the graduate student in the Department of French Studies who has produced the best thesis in the past calendar year.
the D D C McGeachy Distinguished Alumni Entrance Scholarships
Established by Don McGeachy, BSc'40, and awarded to students entering the first year undergraduate program in the Faculty of Applied Science, who have an overall admission average of at least 90% including high school prerequisite courses and English.
the Andrew McGhie Prize Fund
Established in memory of Andrew McGhie, Professor of Psychology at Queen's from 1968-1988 and Department Head from 1981-1988. Awarded to the student graduating from the Department who has submitted the most outstanding doctoral thesis the previous year.
the Jeff McGill Graduate Fellowship
Established by Kamyar Moud, MSc'04, in honor of Professor Jeff McGill. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students enrolled in the MSc or PhD program in Management in the Smith School of Business.
the McIlquham Foundation Prize in English
Founded by the parents of Mr. J. Max McIlquham, a student at Queen's University 1912-1915, who was killed on service overseas. Awarded to a student for an original poem, short story, or play.
the McIlquham Award
Established by David McIlquham, BCom 1977, and Elaine McIlquham. Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement and involvement in school or community based service, to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Robert and Margaret McIntosh Award
Established to provide an annual award to a full-time student in the second or third year of an Honours B.Sc. program in Chemistry on the basis of financial need and academic achievement.
the John & Helen McKay Scholarship
Established by John, MBA'71, and Helen McKay. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students graduating from the Queen's MBA program in the Smith School of Business. Preference will be given to students from the Atlantic Provinces.
the Michelle McKelvey Award in Family Law
An award to be established in memory of Michelle McKelvey, LLB 2007, to support students studying family law.
the Thomas and Helen McLaren Commerce Entrance Scholarship
Established by Thomas McLaren, Comm'49, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the first year Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the McLean Family Award in Student Design
To honour Kenneth McLean BSc'05, awarded to upper year Applied Science students with averages of at least 65% who are actively involved on a student design team, preference to students who are members of the Solar Vehicle Team and from outside Ontario.
the Lincoln Might Scholarship
Established in 1951 by Lincoln Might and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering first year of any direct entry undergraduate Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering degree program.
the Milbourne Memorial Scholarship in Metallurgy
Established in memory of Glen Milbourne. Awarded on the basis of academic performance to a student graduating from the Materials option in Mechanical Engineering on the basis of interpersonal and communication skills.
the Thomas and Elizabeth Miller Exchange Scholarship
Established by Thomas, BCom'79, and Elizabeth, BFA'79, Miller and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to Bachelor of Commerce students participating in an official international bi-lateral exchange program.
the Norman and Grace Miller Graduate Fellowship in Mathematics
Established by Alfred and Isabel Bader in memory of Norman Miller. Awarded to Master's or Ph.D. level students enrolled in Mathematics and Statistics in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Graham Millington and John Stroud Graduate Award in Physics
Established in honour of Graham Millington and John D. Stroud. Awarded to graduate students in Physics.
the Lynn Anne Milsom Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Lynn Anne Milsom, BMus'88. Awarded on the basis of competitive audition to an upper-year student who is deemed by the Dan School of Drama and Music to have demonstrated exceptional ability in performance on a woodwind instrument.
the Juliet Milsome Award
Established by Juliet Milsome, BA'77. Awarded to students in any year of the Faculty of Arts and Science who have been selected to participate in a formal Queen's University bi lateral exchange in the United Kingdom.
the Mining 1988 Scholarship
Established by the class of Mining 1988 and awarded to a student entering third or fourth year in Mining Engineering who demonstrates good character and leadership potential, a keen interest and aptitude for his or her studies in Mining Engineering.
the Masters of Industrial Relations Alumni Fellowship Fund
An award to be created by MIR graduates for students in the Master of Industrial Relations Program.
the Ida Mmari Memorial Award
Awarded to the student with the highest Grade Point Average who completes the Masters of Urban and Pegional Planning Report or Thesis within two years of commencement of the program.
the Maureen Mogan English Scholarship
Established by the Estate of Maureen Mogan, B.A. (Hons.) 1959. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to the highest achieving students entering third year in the Department of English in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the R T Mohan Undergraduate Scholarship in Chemistry
Established by the estate of R.T. Mohan and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering year three or year four in the Engineering Chemistry program in Applied Science or Honours Chemistry in Arts and Science.
the R T Mohan Graduate Scholarship in Chemistry
The R.T. Mohan Graduate Scholarship in Chemistry: Awarded annually to a promising graduate student engaged in full-time graduate work.
the Robert Y Moir Scholarship in Chemistry
Established in memory of Professor Robert Y. Moir. Awarded in the fall to a student who has registered in the third year of a B.Sc.(Hons.) program in Chemistry and has high academic standing in the courses required for the concentration.
the D.D. Monieson MBA Scholarship
Established in honour of Prof. Emeritus D.D. Monieson. Awarded to graduating student teams in the MBA program, which have embraced the team-learning model and applied the management tools and skills to become a peer exemplar.
the D.D. Monieson Doctoral Fellowship
Established in memory of Professor Emeritus D.D. Monieson. Awarded to PhD students in the Smith School of Business based on academic excellence and a thesis topic that contributes to our usable knowledge of a business issue of contemporary importance.
the D D Monieson Commerce Undergraduate Scholarship
Established in honour of Prof. Emeritus D.D. Monieson to encourage the development of liberalism in Commerce students. Awarded to a graduating student who combines high academic standing with achievement in the liberal, fine or performing arts.
the D D Monieson Graduate Business Scholarship
Established in honour of Prof. Emeritus D.D. Monieson. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student at the beginning of their Ph.D. in Management, who graduated in the previous term from the M.Sc. in Management in the Smith School of Business.
the Peter Morrin Prize in Nephrology
Established in honour of Dr. Peter Morrin's retirement from the Faculty of Medicine, Division of Nephrology. Awarded to a student in the fourth medical year obtaining the highest overall standing in Nephrology, or in medical ethics related to nephrology.
the Maurice Dubin Memorial Prize in Composition
Established in memory of Maurice Dubin, a well-known Kingston musician until his death in 1983. Awarded annually to a third or fourth year student demonstrating exceptional ability and achievement in composition.
the Peter Morris Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Peter Morris, Professor of Film Studies. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a graduating student completing an honours degree where the primary concentration is Film and Media.
the Neil Morrison Fellowship in Economics
Established by Neil Morrison, BA 1986. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding?eligible Masters and PhD level students enrolled in the Department of Economics in the School of Graduate Studies. First preference given to PhD students.
the Len Morrow Entrance Scholarship in Commerce
Established by Len Morrow, MBA'72. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to female students entering the first year Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Len Morrow MBA Scholarship
Established by Len Morrow, M.B.A. 1972, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence and leadership potential to female students entering the full-time MBA program in the Smith School of Business.
the Marie Mottashed Graduate Scholarship
Established by the Estate of Marie Mottashed, M.A. (Economics) 1941. Awarded to female graduate students enrolled in the Physical Sciences (Chemistry, Physics and Geology) in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Marie Mottashed Entrance Scholarship
Established by Marie Mottashed, MA (Economics)'41. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a female student entering the first year of a Bachelor of Science (Honours) program.
the E H McLellan Scholarship
Established in memory of Edward Hugh McLellan, Sc.'80. Awarded annually to the Civil Engineering student with the highest aggregate standing in CIVL 341 and CIVL 451.
the Margaret McLellan Fund
Established in memory of Queen's Prof. Margaret E.M. McLellan, by family and friends. Awarded to a student in the B.Msc. program, whose concentration is collaborative piano or piano performance. Preference will be given to students entering upper years.
the Jean McLeod Bursary
Established by the Estate of Jean Marion (McLeod) James, M.A. 1958. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in second, third, or fourth year of any undergraduate degree program in the Department of Political Studies.
the Andrew McMahon Awards
Established in memory of Andrew M. McMahon, Sc. '59. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to first-year and third-year students in Applied Science.
the William S McMath Award in Applied Science
Established in memory of William S. McMath, BSc(Eng)'65. Awarded to a student registered in second year in the Faculty of Applied Science, on the basis of financial need and strong participation in extracurricular activities.
the Simon McNally Bursary in Civil Engineering
Established in memory of Simon McNally. Awarded on the basis of need, scholarship and evidence of construction experience and practical background, to a third year student in Civil Engineering.
the William Leonard McNeil Scholarship
Established in January 2009 by the Estate of William Leonard McNeil, BA'49. Awarded to the first year student attaining the highest average in 1.0 credit in Geology at the 100 level.
the Kathleen McSweeney Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Kathy McSweeney, BA'73. Awarded on the basis of high academic standing to a student or students registered in the final year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) major, medial or special field concentration in Film Studies.
the Medicine 2001 Bursary
The Class of Medicine 2001 is fundraising to establish a bursary for undergraduate students in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Meds 1959 Bursary
Established by the class of Meds 1959 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year of the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Meds 1992 Bursary
The Class of Meds 1992 is fundraising to establish a bursary for students in the School of Medicine. Should the minimums not be raised, funds will be directed to the Queen's Medical Student Bursary.
the Meds '53 Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1953 and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any undergraduate medical year in the School of Medicine.
the Medicine 1955 Bursary
Established by the Class of Medicine 1955 in honour of their 50th Reunion. Awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate medical students in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Medicine 1956 50th Reunion Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1956. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any medical year in the School of Medicine.
the Meds 1961 Jack and Beryl Kerr Bursary
Established by the class of Meds'61 in honour of Jack and Beryl Kerr, Honorary Class Presidents. Awarded on the basis of financial need to an undergraduate student in any medical year within the School of Medicine.
the Meds 1964 Memorial Bursary
Established by the class of Meds 1964 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year of the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Meds 1973 Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1973. Awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students in any year in the School of Medicine.
the Meds '75 Bursary
Established by the class of Meds '75. Awarded on the basis of financial need to an undergraduate student in any medical year within the School of Medicine.
the Meds '76 Bursary
Established by the Class of Medicine 1976. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any undergraduate medical year in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University.
the Meds ?77 Ron Wigle Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1977. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any undergraduate medical year in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Meds 1985 Bursary
The class of Medicine 1985 is fundraising to establish a bursary for undergraduate students in the School of Medicine.
the Meds 1985 Dan Yeh Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1985 in memory of Dan Yeh, M.D. 1985. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year of the School of Medicine.
the Meds 1987 Bursary
The class of Meds 1987 is fundraising to create a bursary for undergraduate students in the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Medicine 1988 Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1988 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of the School of Medicine.
the C Franklin and Helene K Bracken Memorial Scholarships in Nursing
Established through a bequest from Helene Bracken in memory of Dr. Franklin C. Bracken (Meds'11) and Helene K. Bracken, and awarded to students entering the first year program in the School of Nursing on the basis of outstanding academic achievement.
the Beatrice and Harold Cohen Scholarship in Medical Ethics
Established in memory of Beatrice and Harold Cohen. Awarded to a student who exhibited high academic achievement throughout the undergraduate curriculum in bioethics, and manifested ethically appropriate behaviour.
the Medicine 1956 Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1956 in recognition of their 40th reunion. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any medical year in the School of Medicine who are residents of Ontario.
the Meds '63 Bursary Fund
Established by the Class of Medicine 1963 in celebration of their 15th reunion in 1978. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year of the School of Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Meds '65 Memorial Bursary
Established by the class of Meds '65 in memory of classmates. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any medical year in the Faculty of Medicine.
the Meds 1971 Bursary
Established by the class of Medicine 1971 and awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students in any year in the School of Medicine.
the Meds '72 Jack Milliken Bursary
Established by members of the class of Medicine 1972 in recognition of their 25th reunion. Awarded on the basis of need to undergraduate students in any medical year within the School of Medicine, who are residents of Ontario.
the Catherine and Maxwell Meighen Admission Bursary
Established by the Catherine and Maxwell Meighen Foundation. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Dr M Albert Menzies Medical Bursary
Established by the estate of M Albert Menzies, Meds 1945, and awarded to undergraduate medical students in any year in the School of Medicine on the basis of financial need.
the Herbert Malcolm Award
Established John Malcolm, Arts'53, in memory of his father, Herbert F. Malcolm, BTheol'26. Awarded annually to the student who has the best performance in second year German. Standing is determined by averaging the marks obtained in two courses.
the Daniel Mark Advocacy Award in Law
Established by family and friends in memory Daniel Mark, L.L.B. 1989. Awarded on the basis of financial need and demonstrated advocacy or public service, to students in any year of the J.D. program or a combined J.D. program in the Faculty of Law.
the Dr Gerald Marks and Marion Marks Prize in Pharmacology and Toxicology Endowment Fund
Established in honour of Gerald Marks, former Head of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, and Marion Marks. Awarded to the M.Sc. or Ph.D. graduate student deemed to have had the best thesis in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology.
the Paige Marshall Admission Award
Established in May 2010 by Gavin Marshall in honour of his daughter Paige Marshall (B.A./B.Ed/ 2011). Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic excellence and leadership to students entering first year of any undergraduate degree program.
the Robert and Bella Martin Award
Established by Mr. R. J. Martin, BA'48, MEd'60 (U of T), and his wife, Mrs. Ismay Martin, in memory of Mr. Martin's parents. Awarded to an upper-year student on the basis of need and appreciation of the English language. Pref. to those from rural areas.
the Martin Bursary
Established in May 2001 by Gladys Martin and Joan Martin Sargeant in memory of their father, Thomas Martin, to reflect his support and a life-long interest in the education of women. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a woman student.
the DP Martin Family Foundation Bursary
Established by The DP Martin Foundation and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the J.D. program or a combined J.D. degree program in the Faculty of Law. Preference will be given to students with dependents under the age of majority.
the Marty Scholarship Fund
Established in memory of Aletta Marty, MA 1894, LLD 1919, and her sister, Sophie Marty. Awarded by the Queen's University Alumnae Association to a woman graduate of Queen's University for one year of study and research.
the A D Matheson Bursary
Established by John Matheson in memory of The Reverend Dr. Alexander Dawson Matheson, BD, MA (Queen's), DD (McGill) and awarded to an undergraduate student in any faculty or school on the basis of financial need.