University of Manitoba - Faculty of Arts - German and Slavic Studies - Grants and Awards
Grants and Awards

The Department awards scholarships and bursaries each year at all levels of study. At the undergraduate level two bursaries and over twenty awards, ranging from a hundred to over a thousand dollars are given to students who perform well in individual courses. Preference is given to major or minor students. Students are also eligible for university fellowships and national awards. The Department also offers several scholarships and awards to support graduate students.

AWARDS IN GERMAN STUDIES

Ambassador of Switzerland Book Prize: for high achievement in undergraduate German studies.

The German Canadian Business & Professional Association of Manitoba Award: for excellence in undergraduate coursework in German.

Dr. Karl Schilling Prize (St. Paul's College): for excellence in any German course, by an undergraduate student member of St. Paul's College with high academic standing, or, should no member of St. Paul's qualify, to any student taking a course in German at the College.

Continuing Student Excellence Award: awarded to a continuing undergraduate student in the German Program, intended to support the next stage of learning.

Frank Zeller Book Award: awarded to an undergraduate student for high achievement in German culture and literature courses.

 

AWARDS IN SLAVIC STUDIES

Dr. Victor Turek Prize for Polish Studies: awarded to two undergraduate students who have completed Intermediate or Introductory Polish, have achieved good academic standing, and have demonstrated an interest in the study of Polish language and culture through the submission of a 500-word statement outlining their reasons for pursuing studies in Polish language and culture.

Consulate General of the Republic of Poland Prize in Polish Studies: for high achievement in undergraduate Polish language and culture studies.

Wladimir Kossar Scholarship Fund: for completion of an outstanding Masters thesis in Ukrainian Studies, for continuation of entrance to a graduate program in Ukrainian Studies, or for costs associated with pursuing research in Ukrainian.

A. Yaciw Fund:  for graduate study in Ukrainian Studies.

Michael and Anastasia Lyseyko Memorial Scholarship:  for a promising student at any level in Ukrainian Studies.

Sam and Mary Szach Scholarship:  for completion with good standing of at least one year in a Slavic Studies program.

Antoni and Helen Rudan Memorial Scholarhip:  for achievement at a high level in Ukrainian Studies.

Msgr. John Iwanchuk Memorial Fund Award: for good standing in undergraduate Ukrainian Studies.

Anastasia Sawula Prize:  for highest standing in Ukrainian I or another Slavic Literature course.

M. I. Mandryka Prize: for high standing in a major, honours or graduate program in Ukrainian Studies.

C. E. L'Ami Prize in Slavic Studies: for demonstrating outstanding achievement in Slavic Studies.

William Fedorus Prize: for high standing in a major or honours program in Ukrainian Studies.

John M. Hawryluk Memorial Scholarship: for a promising student in Ukrainian Major, Honours, or Graduate Studies.

2014 Awards night - list of recipients (pdf)

2014 Awards night photo collage (pdf)

 

Some previous years' award recipients:

Chad Lucas Rempel, 2013 recipient of the Dr. Karl Schilling prize presented by Rosemarie Finlay


Angela Woodbury receiving her 2011 Dr. Karl Schilling Award in St. Paul's chapel  from Rosemarie Finlay with the Archbishop V. James Weisgerber (right) in attendance.

Link to Graduate Studies Funding & Awards