Featured Giving Opportunities

The Queen's Commerce Bursary
The Queen's Commerce Bursary
Established to assist Smith School of Business to provide bursary funding to eligible students. Established to assist Smith School of Business to provide bu... (Learn More)
Established to assist Smith School of Business to provide bursary funding to eligible students. (Learn More)
The Commerce Legacy Fund for Student Health and Wellness
The Commerce Legacy Fund for Student Health and Wellness
Your gift will be used in support of student health and wellness initiatives in the Commerce Program at Smith School of Business. Your gift will be used in support of student health and well... (Learn More)
Your gift will be used in support of student health and wellness initiatives in the Commerce Program at Smith School of Business. (Learn More)
MBA Scholarships
MBA Scholarships
MBA Scholarships allow Smith School of Business to reward exceptional students with outstanding academic records through the offer of competitive scholarships. MBA Scholarships allow Smith School of Business to reward ex... (Learn More)
MBA Scholarships allow Smith School of Business to reward exceptional students with outstanding academic records through the offer of competitive scholarships. (Learn More)
Smith School of Business Dean's Innovation Fund
Smith School of Business Dean's Innovation Fund
The Dean's Innovation Fund provides a flexible fund that supports the foundation for our program. The Dean's Innovation Fund provides a flexible fund that sup... (Learn More)
The Dean's Innovation Fund provides a flexible fund that supports the foundation for our program. (Learn More)
Commerce 1989
Commerce 1989
The Commerce 1989 class is raising funds to provide financial assistance to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program The Commerce 1989 class is raising funds to provide financia... (Learn More)
The Commerce 1989 class is raising funds to provide financial assistance to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program (Learn More)
Commerce 1999
Commerce 1999
The Commerce 1999 class is raising funds to provide financial assistance to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program The Commerce 1999 class is raising funds to provide financia... (Learn More)
The Commerce 1999 class is raising funds to provide financial assistance to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program (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)
Deloitte
Deloitte
Deloitte Foundation and Deloitte LLP Partners and employees established the Deloitte Global Development Award to support students in the Bachelor of Commerce program who have been selected to particip ... Deloitte Foundation and Deloitte LLP Partners and employees... (Learn More)
Deloitte Foundation and Deloitte LLP Partners and employees established the Deloitte Global Development Award to support students in the Bachelor of Commerce program who have been selected to particip ... (Learn More)
Transforming Student Learning
Transforming Student Learning
The Transforming Student Learning fund supports Smith School of Business Curriculum transformation and teaching enhancement. The Transforming Student Learning fund supports Smith School... (Learn More)
The Transforming Student Learning fund supports Smith School of Business Curriculum transformation and teaching enhancement. (Learn More)
Commerce 2004
Commerce 2004
KPMG Campaign
KPMG Campaign
Since October 2009, KPMG and its employees have been supporting activities for the Centre for Social Impact at Smith School of Business. Since October 2009, KPMG and its employees have been support... (Learn More)
Since October 2009, KPMG and its employees have been supporting activities for the Centre for Social Impact at Smith School of Business. (Learn More)
Fred Delaney
Fred Delaney
In Memory of Fred Delaney, BCom '72, LLB '75 In Memory of Fred Delaney, BCom '72, LLB '75 (Learn More)
In Memory of Fred Delaney, BCom '72, LLB '75 (Learn More)
Commerce 2013
Commerce 2013
The Commerce Class 2013 is raising funds in support of student health and wellness initiatives in the Commerce program at Smith School of Business. The Commerce Class 2013 is raising funds in support of stude... (Learn More)
The Commerce Class 2013 is raising funds in support of student health and wellness initiatives in the Commerce program at Smith School of Business. (Learn More)
Commerce 1988
Commerce 1988
The Commerce Class of 1988 is supporting the Commerce 1988 Award, an award established by this class in memory of their classmates. This award supports recipients entering the Commerce program. The Commerce Class of 1988 is supporting the Commerce 1988 A... (Learn More)
The Commerce Class of 1988 is supporting the Commerce 1988 Award, an award established by this class in memory of their classmates. This award supports recipients entering the Commerce program. (Learn More)
Commerce 1993
Commerce 1993
The Commerce 1993 class is raising funds to provide financial assistance to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program. The Commerce 1993 class is raising funds to provide financia... (Learn More)
The Commerce 1993 class is raising funds to provide financial assistance to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program. (Learn More)
MBA'13
MBA'13
The MBA Class of 2013 has decided to continue the tradition by supporting the Legacy Fund for their 5th reunion class campaign. The MBA Class of 2013 has decided to continue the tradition... (Learn More)
The MBA Class of 2013 has decided to continue the tradition by supporting the Legacy Fund for their 5th reunion class campaign. (Learn More)
The Smith Student Exchange Award
The Smith Student Exchange Award
The Smith Student Exchange Award Fund is established to support students in the Smith School of Business, who have been selected to participate in a formal Queen's University bi-lateral exchange progr ... The Smith Student Exchange Award Fund is established to supp... (Learn More)
The Smith Student Exchange Award Fund is established to support students in the Smith School of Business, who have been selected to participate in a formal Queen's University bi-lateral exchange progr ... (Learn More)
Goodes Hall Enhancement
Goodes Hall Enhancement
Goodes Hall Enhancement fund supports the upgrades of Smith School of Business' home, Goodes Hall. Goodes Hall Enhancement fund supports the upgrades of Smith... (Learn More)
Goodes Hall Enhancement fund supports the upgrades of Smith School of Business' home, Goodes Hall. (Learn More)
Queen's Centre for Business Venturing
Queen's Centre for Business Venturing
Your gift will be used to support a variety of QCBV initiatives, including the Dare to Dream Internship program and the TriColour Venture Fund. Your gift will be used to support a variety of QCBV initiati... (Learn More)
Your gift will be used to support a variety of QCBV initiatives, including the Dare to Dream Internship program and the TriColour Venture Fund. (Learn More)
Centre for Social Impact
Centre for Social Impact
Your contribution to the Centre for Social Impact will support the Certificate in Social Impact Program, the Social Impact Summit, the Social Innovation Bootcamp, and many other initiatives. Your contribution to the Centre for Social Impact will suppo... (Learn More)
Your contribution to the Centre for Social Impact will support the Certificate in Social Impact Program, the Social Impact Summit, the Social Innovation Bootcamp, and many other initiatives. (Learn More)

Giving Opportunities

Funds

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 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 Raya Aralihalli Memorial Fund
Established by Anjan Aralihalli, MBA'97, in memory of Raya Aralihalli, to fund MBA and Commerce students and programs at the School of Business to help provide business advice and expertise to the non-profit sector.
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 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 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 Accelerated MBA Program Fund
Your gift will be used to support a wide range of activities contributing to the Accelerated MBA Program that promote leadership excellence and innovation in order to enable Accelerated MBA to stay at the forefront of executive education.
the BCom'83 Endowment Fund
Established by Commerce 1983 to provide the Dean of the School of Business funding flexibility for such purposes as faculty recruitment and retention, student support, research support, academic visitors, teaching, equipment and programs.
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 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 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 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 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 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 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 Commerce 2007 Award in memory of Darren James Bishop
Established by the Class of Commerce 2007 in memory of Darren James Bishop, BCom'07. Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and involvement in extra-curricular activities to students entering the Bachelor of Commerce program.
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 '64 Endowment Fund
Established by Commerce 1964 to provide the Dean of the School of Business funding flexibility for such purposes as faculty recruitment and retention, student support, research support, academic visitors, teaching, equipment and programs.
the BCom '77 Endowment Fund
Established by the Commerce Class of 1977 to provide the Dean of the School of Business funding flexibility for such purposes as faculty recruitment and retention, student support, research support, academic visitors, and teaching.
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 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 COMMitment 2001 Fund
Research Resources Fund
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 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 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 Jeff McGill Faculty Fellowship
Established to celebrate exemplary teaching and support high-quality research conducted by a Smith School of Business faculty member. If fund minimums are not met, we will redirect your gift to the Jeff McGill Graduate Fellowship.
the CIBC Entrepreneur Development Program
Established by CIBC to provide summer apprenticeships for Commerce or MBA students in the Centre for Business Venturing on the basis of academic excellence and participation in a Smith School of Business plan competition.
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 MBA '62 and MBA '63 Speakers Fund
Established by the Classes of MBA 1962 and 1963 to provide funds to cover travel expenses and honorariums as needed to support speakers from the business world participating in any one or all of the MBA programs.
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 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 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 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 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.
Broadening Perspectives Fund
The Broadening Perspectives Fund will allow Smith School of Business to continue to attract and support visiting professors and executives-in-residence by financially supporting their travel and living accommodations while at Smith.
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 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 Durland Family Development Fund
Established by Michael Durland, PhD'91, to provide funding for the Centre for Responsible Leadership in the Smith School of Business to support program development to design and deliver a values-based leadership annual workshop.
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 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 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 1974 Exchange Bursary
Established by the Class of Commerce 1974. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the third year or fourth year of the Bachelor of Commerce program who have been selected to participate in a formal Queen's University bi-lateral exchange.
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 Commerce Legacy Fund for Student Health and Wellness
Your gift will be used in support of student health and wellness initiatives in the Commerce Program at Smith School of Business.
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 Battat-Steffensen Commerce '78 Dare to Dream Internship
Established by Dany Battat, BCom 1978, and Gia Steffensen, BCom 1978, to provide summer apprenticeships for Commerce or MBA students in the Centre for Business Venturing.
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 Commerce ThankQ Fund
Queen's Commerce graduating class will raise funds to support the School of Business with a gift to commemorate their graduation. Each year a new project will be selected in consultation with the class representative and the Dean, 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 Commitment '98 Fund
Established by the class of Commerce 1998 to provide Technology Upgrades in the Smith School of Business.
the Executive MBA Americas Fund
This fund provides support for projects and/or initiatives in the Executive MBA Americas Program.
the Centre for Social Impact Fund
This fund supports the Centre for Social Impact, located within Smith School of Business. The Centre was founded in 2004 to help train students to meet these challenges and to foster research that would ultimately promote better CSI practice.
the Costco Canada Admission Award
Established by Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd. Awarded to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce Program who are graduates from secondary schools in Kingston and the area, Belleville or Brockville.
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 Curriculum Development Fund
Established by CIBC to provide on-going support for course development, including case study development, research assistants, faculty professional development, technology support and for other resources as required.
Curriculum Transformation Fund
Established to provide on-going support for Smith School of Business for course development, including case study development, research assistants, faculty professional development, technology support and other resources as required.
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.
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 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 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 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 J Gordon Fleming Fund
The J. Gordon Fleming Endowment Fund was established to provide the Dean of the Smith School of Business with discretionary support for the area of greatest need.
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 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 Fellowship in Marketing
Established by Ian R. Friendly, B.Com. 1983, to celebrate exemplary teaching and support high-quality research in the area of Marketing conducted by a Smith School of Business faculty member.
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 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 EMBA Legacy Fund
Established by the EMBA Class of 1994 to support activities that contribute to the EMBA program that promote leadership excellence and innovation in order to enable EMBA stay at the forefront of executive education.
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 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 Goodes Hall Expansion Fund
The physical expansion of Goodes Hall will provide space for innovative new programs, additional faculty, and more classrooms, meeting rooms and study areas for our students.
the Goodes Hall Enhancement Fund
Established to support the upgrades of Smith School of Business' (Smith) home, Goodes Hall.
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 Ken Grewal Commerce Health and Wellness Fund in honour of Bobby Karabatsos
Established by Ken Grewal, BCom'96, in honour of Bobby Karabatsos, to support student health and wellness initiatives in the Commerce Program at the Smith School of Business.
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 Eve Heersink Fund for the Smith School of Business Career Centre
Established by Eve Heersink to support MBA career development opportunities for students in the Smith School of Business full-time MBA Program by increasing student interest in, and acquisition of, MBA employment opportunities.
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 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 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 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 Jessie Cannon Commerce Resume Book Fund
Funding to support the distribution of the Commerce Annual Resume Book.
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 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 MBAST '98 Endowment Fund
Funding for projects in the MBA for Science and Technology Program. Investment income is used annually on projects chosen by the representatives of the class from a list of needs submitted by the Director of the program and/or Dean of the Business School.
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 Peter MacKenzie & Kate Zeidler Family Fund
Established by Peter Mackenzie, BCom 1981, and Kate Zeidler to support the four fundraising pillars at Smith School of Business and student initiatives.
the Macklem Family Bursary
Established by O. Richard Macklem, BCom 1952, and family, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the MacSween Family Bursary
Established by the MacSween family. 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 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 Master of Management Analytics Program Fund
Your gift will be used to support a wide range of activities contributing to the Master of Management Analytics Program that promote leadership excellence and innovation in order to enable MMA to stay at the forefront of executive education.
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 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 Kehoe CSI Program Development Fund
Established by Michael Kehoe, BCom'78, and Lynne Kehoe, to provide funding for the Centre for Social Impact in the Smith School of Business.
the Kehoe CSI Thought Leadership Fund
Established by Michael Kehoe, BCom'78, and Lynne Kehoe, to provide funding for the Centre for Social Impact in the Smith School of Business to support Thought Leadership on the Centre's key focus areas in responsible leadership.
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 Tom and Paul Kinnear Business Plan Competition Fund
Established by Tom Kinnear, BCom'66, LLD'02 to create an undergraduate Business Plan competition in the School of Business at Queen's University.
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 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 KPMG Faculty Fellowship in Accounting
Established by the KPMG Foundation to recognize faculty members of the School of Business who have achieved distinction in their research and providing them with resources to continue their work in Accounting.
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 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 Valerie Mann Dare to Dream Internship
Established by Valerie Mann, BCom'86, to provide summer internships for Smith students in the Centre for Business Venturing, with preference given to students in the Commerce or MBA (Full-Time) program.
the MBA 1987 Entrance Scholarship
Established by the Class of MBA 1987. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the full-time MBA program in the Smith School of Business.
the MBA 1991 Exchange Scholarship
MBA'91s intend on establishing the MBA 1991 Exchange Scholarship for students in the Queen's Full-Time MBA program in the Smith School of Business who have been selected to participate in a formal international exchange.
the MBA 1980 Class Scholarship
Established by the class of MBA 1980 and awarded to a student who has been accepted for admission to one of the Queen's MBA programs.
the MBA 1981 Entrance Scholarship
Established by the class of MBA 1981 and awarded on the basis of academic excellence and demonstrated community leadership to students entering the Queen's MBA program.
the MBA 1988 Scholarship
The Class of MBA 1988 is fundraising to establish a scholarship for students entering the full-time MBA program in the Smith School of Business.
the Dean's MBA Admission Scholarships
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the Queen's Full-time MBA program in the Smith School of Business.
the MBA Legacy Fund
Established by MBA classes to provide support for projects in the full-time MBA program in the Smith School of Business.
the MBA '71 Entrance Award
Established by the MBA '71 class. Awarded on entrance to undergraduate students 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 MBAst 2007 Fund
Established by the MBA for Science & Technology Class of 2007. Funds to provide support for inititatives in the Full-time MBA program.
the Douglas and Deborah McCutcheon Award
Established by Douglas McCutcheon, BCom'87, and Deborah McCutcheon, BSc(Hons)'86. Awarded to Canadian citizens or Permanent residents who are students in the Bachelor of Commerce Program to participate in a formal Queen's University bi-lateral exchange.
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 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 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 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 Master of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Program Fund
Your gift will be used to support a wide range of activities contributing to the Master of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Program that promote leadership excellence and innovation.
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 MIB Legacy Fund
Established by MIB classes to provide support for projects in the Queen's Master of International Business program in the Smith School of Business.
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 John O'Neill and Family Bursary
Established by John and Leah O'Neill and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in Smith School of Business.
the Caldwell Family Bursary
Established by Gregor Caldwell, B.Com. 1964, and Beth Caldwell. Awarded on the basis of financial need to full-time students in the second, third, or fourth year in any faculty or school at Queen's University.
the Commerce '48 Admission Award
Established by Commerce '48. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to students entering the first year program in the Smith School of Business.
the Commerce 97 Award
Established by the class of COMMitment '97. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to students entering the undergraduate Commerce program.
the Commerce '99 Entrance Award
Established by Commerce '99 and awarded on the basis of financial need, leadership, and extra-curricular activities to students entering the first year program in the Smith School of Business.
the COMMitment Entrance Award
Established by the class of Commerce 2003 and awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and extra-curricular involvement to students entering the first year in the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Edwin C Connolly Award
Established in honour of Edwin C. Connolly, BCom 1937, by Nora Connolly, B.A. 1982, and Andrew Gross, BCom 1979. Awarded to a student from an Ottawa secondary school who is entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Stephanie Deutsch Award
Established by the Queen's Women's Association to honour Stephanie Deutsch. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to female students in the second, third or fourth year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Michael Durland Graduate Fellowship
Established by Michael Durland, Ph.D. '91, and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to a graduate student in any Master's or Doctoral program at Queen's University.
the Master of Finance Program Fund
Your gift will be used to support a wide range of activities contributing to the Master of Finance Program that promote leadership excellence and innovation in order to enable Master of Finance to stay at the forefront of executive education.
the Edward and Nancy Nash Scholarship
Established by Edward (Ted) Nash, BCom'85, for students entering fourth year in the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Elizabeth Neave Fellowship
Established by Edwin (Ted) Neave in memory of his wife Elizabeth Lees Neave and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible M.Sc. students in the School of Business.
the Kris Nowers Excellence in Finance Scholarship
Established in 2001 by family and friends in memory of Kris Nowers, B.Com.'78, and awarded to a full-time student entering their fourth year of Commerce on the basis of academic excellence and a demonstrated interest and aptitude in the area of finance.
the Thomas Nugent Memorial Award
Established in memory of Thomas Nugent, B.Comm. 2000. Awarded to an undergraduate student in the Smith School of Business on the basis of academic achievement, entrepreneurial endeavours or student volunteer activities on campus or in the community.
the Melville S Hatch Memorial Fellowships
Established by estate of Muriel (Billie) D. Hatch in memory of Melville S. Hatch. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to graduate students in the M.Sc. or Ph.D. programs in the Smith School of Business.
the Doug and Nancy McFadden International Exchange Award
Established by Doug, LLB'75, and Nancy McFadden, BEd'76. Awarded to students in any year of the Bachelor of Commerce program or any year of a degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science to participate in a formal Queen's bi lateral exchange.
the Ruth Harriet McKenzie Bursary
Established in memory of Ruth Harriet McKenzie. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in any year of the Commerce program in the Smith School of Business. Extra-curricular activities will be considered.
the E Gay Mitchell Graduate Fellowship in Finance
Established by E. Gay Mitchell, B.A. '84. Awarded to a graduate student in either the Master's or Doctoral degree program in the Department of Economics and/or the Smith School of Business, with a designated research specialization in Finance.
the Nissan Commerce International Exchange Award
Awarded on the basis of need and academic achievement to students in the third year of the Bachelor of Commerce program, who are participating in an official international bi-lateral exchange program. Preference to visible minority or aboriginal students.
the Pfizer Warner-Lambert Student Technology Bursary
Established by Warner-Lambert. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students entering the first-year program in the School of Business in order to purchase or lease technology products or software.
the Graham F Saunders Award
Established in memory of Graham F. Saunders and awarded to a student in the Bachelor of Commerce program on the basis of financial need and academic achievement.
the Smith School of Business Bursary
Established by alumni and friends of the School of Business. Awarded to students in the 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 Michael and Catherine Purcell Admission Bursary
Established by Catherine and Michael Purcell. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program or first year of an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science.
the PwC/Tom O'Neill Faculty Fellowship
Established by PwC and Tom and Susan O'Neill to recognize faculty who have achieved distinction, and to provide them with resources to continue their research and to publish work about issues of importance to the accounting field.
QUIC (Queen's University Investment Counsel)
Established to provide funding for the Queen's University Investment Counsel (QUIC). QUIC strives to facilitate financial markets education and to expand professional development opportunities in the finance industry for Queen's University students.
the Queen's Centre for Business Venturing (QCBV)
Established to provide funding to the Queen's Centre for Business Venturing. The focus of the Centre is on students and is reinforced through investment in Curriculum and Coaching, Faculty and Research, hands-on learning and developing infrastructure.
the Smith School of Business Dean's Endowed Innovation Fund
The Smith School of Business Dean's Innovation Fund provides flexible funding to support the greatest emerging priorities of the School in a timely manner.
the Queen's Commerce Bursary
Established to assist Smith School of Business to provide bursary funding to eligible students.
the Smith School of Business Dean's Matching Trust Fund
Established by an anonymous donor to match eligible gifts and pledge commitments made to the University by individual donors in support of Smith initiatives, between December 1, 2014 and April 30, 2016.?
the Smith School of Business Student Exchange Award
Established for in-bound and out-bound exchange students in the Smith School of Business, who have been selected to participate in a formal Smith University bi-lateral exchange program.
the Smith School of Business Faculty Fund
The Smith School of Business Faculty Fund provides funding for research professorships and fellowships to allow Smith School of Business to recruit and retain top scholars, which is critical amidst a climate of intense global competition for bright minds.
the Smith School of Business Facility Enhancement Fund
The Smith School of Business Facility Enhancement Fund was established primarily to support the operations of the Smith School of Business facility in Toronto and/or surrounding area. Funds may also be used to support operations of other Smith facilities.
the Smith School of Business Programming Fund
The Smith Programming Fund allows Smith School of Business to remain relevant, visible, and flexible by investing in student and faculty conferences, case competitions, technology development, and course delivery to deepen the School's curricula.
Smith School of Business Insight Fund
To allow Smith School of Business to continue to communicate more faculty research to students, alumni, industry leaders and the general public through ssb.ca/insight and to leverage this website to enhance the School's reputation in thought leadership.
the Smith School of Business Math Bridge Program
The Mathbridge Program is a student organization that sends Queen's students into the public school system to mentor children in math. Students are volunteers but they pay for their travel costs incurred.
the Michael Baird Memorial Fund
Established to honour Michael Baird, Ph.D. 2008, to support Accounting doctoral students in the Smith School of Business by funding research expenses incurred in their Ph.D. theses.
the Borden Chair of Leadership
Established to celebrate and support high-quality research conducted by a Smith School of Business faculty member.
the Smith School of Business Scholarship Fund
The Smith Scholarship Fund is used to help recruit and retain the most promising aspiring leaders to our growing Commerce and graduate classes, and provide financial support to students who may otherwise be unable to attend our School.
the Queen's University Alternative Asset Fund (QUAAF)
The QUAAF strives to create an environment of continuous learning for aspiring Capital Markets professionals enrolled in the Queen's Full Time MBA Program. The Fund will provide students with exposure to alternative investment assets.
the Procter & Gamble Fund
Established by Procter & Gamble to provide support for the Master of Management ? Global Management program, and operating funds for the Centre for Responsible Leadership and the AMS.
the CIBC Faculty Fellowship in Entrepreneurial Studies
Established by CIBC to fund a prestigious appointment for recruiting and retaining leaders in the area of entrepreneurship in undergraduate and graduate programs in the Smith School of Business.
the Pedlow Family Scholarship
Established by Ryan Pedlow, BCom'98. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program. First preference given to students from Manitoba, second preference to students from Saskatchewan.
the Craig Petter Memorial Award
Established in memory of Craig Petter, Commerce 1997. Awarded to a fourth-year student in the Commerce program on the basis of academic achievement, general contribution to student life and who is on the competition roster of a Gaels interuniversity team.
the RLS Foundation Dare to Dream Internship
Established by Lisanne Hill, BCom'80, to provide apprenticeships for Smith students in the Centre for Business Venturing on the basis of academic excellence and submission of an application.
the Russell Family Entrance Scholarship
Established by Derek and Tina Russell in recognition of their three children, Derek, Comm'02, Katherine Comm'04, and Kristina, Comm'08. Awarded on the basis of academic merit to a student entering the Commerce program, with pref. to students from Quebec.
the Smith School of Business Dean's Innovation Fund
The Dean's Innovation Fund provides a flexible fund that supports the foundation for our program. The fund has provided the seed capital to pilot important initiatives like the Corporate Social Responsibility Weekend & the Commerce Entrance Scholarships.
the Commerce 2002 Leadership Entrance Award
Established by the Commerce Class of 2002 and awarded on the basis of financial need, academic excellence, and demonstrated leadership experience to students entering the first year of the Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Queen's Commerce Admission Scholarship
Established in March 2007 by Smith School of Business Alumni and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Susan W. Smith Entrance Award
Established in recognition of Susan W. Smith's tireless efforts on behalf of the School of Business as their Development Liaison Officer from 1996-2003. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the first year Commerce program.
the Jean Scace Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Jean C. Scace, B.Com. 1926, and awarded to a student entering second year based on academic excellence in first year.
the Schweitzer Family Bursary
Established by Mark Schweitzer, BCom 1983, and Teresa Schweitzer, BNSc 1985. Awarded to Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Scotiabank Centre for Customer Analytics Fund
Established by Scotiabank to support a wide variety of initiatives at the Scotiabank Centre for Customer Analytics.
the Scotiabank Innovators Scholarship
Established by Bensimon Byrne to honour their partnership with Scotiabank. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the Master of Management Analytics program in the Smith School of Business.
the Scotiabank Group Scholarship of the Americas
Awarded on the basis of academic merit and leadership to (i) Commerce students who are participating in an official bi-lateral exchange with a recognized partner in Central or South America, or (ii) international students attending Queen's on exchange.
the Scotiabank Commerce Student Awards
Established by the Bank of Nova Scotia and awarded to undergraduate students in the Commerce Program on the basis of financial need. Preference will be given to students participating in an official exchange program.
the Scrymgeour Scholarship in Commerce
Established by David Scrymgeour and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business at Queen's University.
the Sculthorpe Family International Commerce Award
Established by David Sculthorpe, Comm'83, and Patricia Sculthorpe, BAH'85, and awarded to undergraduate Commerce students participating in a formal Queen's bi-lateral exchange. Granted based on need, demonstrated leadership, and a minimum GPA of 3.0.
the Christine Smith Scholarship
Established in honour of Christine Sinclair, BCom'81, by the class of Commerce 1981. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement, demonstrated initiative and contribution to the Commerce program to an upper-year student in the Commerce program.
the Donald R Sobey Professorship
Established by Donald Sobey, BCom'57, to celebrate and support high-quality research conducted by a Smith School of Business faculty member.
the St Thomas Entrance Award
Est. by Cyril Goddeeris, awarded to first year students on the basis of need and academic achievement. Preference is given in the following order: 1)grads of St Joseph's High School in St. Thomas, Ont. 2)grads from Thames Valley DSB 3) Commerce students.
the Richard G. Stackhouse International Awards
Established by Richard Stackhouse, B.Com.'53. Awarded to undergraduate students in the Smith School of Business on the basis of need and academic excellence for them to fully participate in the program of the School, with preference given to study abroad.
the Stanimir Family Award
Established by William and Olga Stanimir and awarded to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business. Preference will be given to students from the province of British Columbia.
Transforming Student Learning
Established to support Smith School of Business (Smith) Curriculum transformation and teaching enhancement.
the Tricolour Venture Fund
Established in July 2005 to support the operations of the TriColour Venture Capital Fund and other related entrepreneurship and business venturing activities which are part of the Smith School of Business Centre for Business Venturing.
the Warmbold Award
Established by Benita Warmbold, BCom'80, and Gerald Wood. Awarded to female students entering third year of the Bachelor of Commerce Program who have chosen to concentrate their studies in Finance.
the Developing Leaders Fund
Established to support Smith School of Business student bursaries and scholarships and Smith leadership opportunities.
the Danny Brannagan Vanier Cup 2009 Award
Established in honour of Danny Brannagan of the 2009 National Championship Golden Gaels football team. Awarded to students in any degree program at Queen's University and who are on the competition roster of the Gaels interuniversity football team.
the Sutton Awards in the Smith School of Business
Established by Gerald D. Sutton, BCom'48, MCom'49, and Margaret Sutton, BA'48. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic excellence to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Sutton Scholarship For Higher Education
Established by Gerry Sutton and Margaret Sutton. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students in the Commerce Program in the Smith School of Business to encourage additional post-secondary education.
the Dorothy Wilson Symons Scholarship
Established by Judge Ariadne "Ari" Joanne Symons, BA'78, in memory of her mother Dorothy Wilson Symons, BA'47, BCom'47. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program.
the Dr Shirley Taylor Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Dr. Shirley Taylor. Awarded to full-time students enrolled in the marketing field of study in the Ph.D. in Management program.
Teaching Enhancement Fund
Established to provide resources and mentorship to the Smith School of Business faculty to continually develop innovative teaching practices.
the Liana Tesan Memorial Scholarship
Established by friends and family in memory of Liana Tesan, AMBA 2008. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the MBA program in the Smith School of Business
the Accelerating Thought Leadership Fund
Established to support Smith School of Business (Smith) named professorships, visiting professor, executives-in-residence and Smith Insight.
the Eric and Margot Toller Faculty Fellowship
Established by Eric(Comm'51) and Margot Toller to provide the Dean of the School of Business flexible funding for various purposes including faculty recruitment and retention, student support, research, academic visitors, teaching, equipment and programs.