To commemorate the memory of his son, Neil Kay Brown, a graduate in Architecture from The University of Manitoba, A.H. Brown, Esq., has created a fund to beheld in trust by The University of Manitoba.
The award, to be known as the Neil Kay Brown Memorial bursary, may be made annually to a talented and deserving student completing any year of the course in Environmental Design or the pre-Master's year in Architecture and attaining clear standing in all subjects of the year in course and in all subjects in the preceding year or years.
The award shall be made by the Senate of The University of Manitoba on recommendation of a selection committee consisting of the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture and the members of the teaching staff in Architecture.
If the winner does not return to the University to enroll in Architecture or Environmental Design in the next following session, the bursary shall be held to have been forfeited and may revert to the next qualified candidate, if any, in order of merit.
Applications must be filed with the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture or the Financial Aid and Awards Office. Forms of application will be supplied by either on request.
No Application Required
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