Congratulations Fall 2018 Graduates and Award Winners!

Direct Entry Scholarships

5 scholarships at $1000 are offered annually to students who are admitted directly from high school and pursue studies at the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources. For the 2018-2019 academic year, 5 scholarships were awarded:
 
Abigail Harms                 Bachelor of Environmental Science
Jillian Henry                    Bachelor of Environmental Science
Christine Kilpatrick          Bachelor of Environmental Science
Max Schreckenbach       Bachelor of Science in Geological Sciences
Kristin Wilson                  Bachelor of Science in Physical Geography


Indigenous Direct Entry Scholarship

One scholarship at $1000 is offered annually to an indigenous student who is admitted directly from high school and pursues studies at the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources. For the 2018-2019 academic year, the scholarship was awarded to:

Kristin Wilson                 Bachelor of Science in Physical Geography
    

Undergraduate Admission Scholarships

5 scholarships at $1000 are offered annually to students that have completed a minimum of 24 credit hours and a minimum GPA of 3.5 & pursue studies at the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources. For the 2018-2019 academic year, 5 scholarships were awarded:

Eden Klein                      Bachelor of Environmental Science
Xin Jie Piong                  Bachelor of Environmental Science
Ellora Reddy                   Bachelor of Environmental Science
Marvin Routley               Bachelor of Environmental Science
Lauren Sheedy               Bachelor of Environmental Studies


Undergraduate Indigenous Admission Scholarship


One scholarship at $1000 is offered annually to students that have completed a minimum of 24 credit hours and a minimum GPA of 3.5 & pursue studies the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources. For the 2018-2019 academic year, the scholarship was awarded to:
   
Ellora Reddy                   Bachelor of Environmental Science


Graduate Entrance Scholarships

Graduate Entrance Scholarships scholarships at $5000 are offered annually. The purpose of the award is to attract outstanding students to graduate programs offered by units in the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources. For the 2018-2019 academic year, 9 scholarships were awarded:

Murray Jowett                  M.N.R.M.
Rojin Amani                     M.N.R.M.
Keshab Thapa                  Ph.D., Natural Resources and Environmental Management
Ajarat Adegun                  M.N.R.M.

Veronica Coppolaro          Ph.D., Geography
James Wilt                        M.A., Geography
Luke Storrie                      Ph.D., Geography
Katarina Djordjevic           M.Env., Environment and Geography
Alessia Guzzi                    M.Sc., Environment and Geography


Graduate Awards

C.K. Bell Memorial Research Prize for a graduate student who demonstrates special merit in pre-Cambrian geo-scientific research – Derek Dreyson

Debra and Ross Pitman Graduate Scholarship in Geological Sciences for a graduate student who has demonstrated an interest and aptitude in geophysics – TBA
 
Rita Wadien Memorial Scholarship for a graduate student with excellent academic standing and is pursuing thesis research in geology or geological sciences – Kevin Ramlakhan

Sally and Keith Caldwell Teaching Assistant Fund – Derek Drayson and Cody Kuchka


Undergraduate
Awards

Class of Arts & Science'30 Prize in Geography – Rebecca Martens

Diana Loranger Memorial Scholarship for a student who has completed the second or third year of student with high academic standing – Daniel Stasolla and Alexandra Bairos-Novak

Donald McIvor Scholarship for high academic standing in year two of the Honours Program in Geological Sciences – TBA

Douglas Bartlett Fahlgreen Memorial Award – Daniel Stasolla

Dr. A.W. Hogg Undergraduate Scholarship for highest standing in the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources – Arleigh Butler

Dr. George Brownell Memorial Scholarship for high standing in courses in the Department of Geological Sciences at the Graduate level – Daniel Stasolla

EGM  - 125th Anniversary Award in Geological Sciences for a student with high academic standing and student membership in APEGM (Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of Manitoba) – Justin Krysanski

Irving Levi Prize in Geology for highest standing in mineralogy and petrology at the second year level –  Daniel Stasolla

Isbister Scholarship in Environment for highest standing, except the graduating year in the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources –  Keira Nichol

Joseph Wolinsky Scholarship for outstanding merit in second year Geography Daniel Miguel Blanco
 
Kenneth Bergwall Memorial Scholarship for a student who achieved high standing in courses related to engineering geology such as geophysics, structural geology, engineering geology, and/or hydrology – Jason Marks

Mike and Lesia Muzylowski Scholarships of Excellence to recognize students with high academic achievement in the Department of Geological Sciences –  Daniel Stasolla, Alexandra Bairos-Novak and Austin Goncalves

Mineral Society of Manitoba Prize for high standing in at least the second year of the Honours or major Geological Sciences programs with a demonstrated aptitude in either mineralogy or paleontology – Jessica Janssens

Mr. & Mrs. S. W. Golden Prize for highest average in Second Year Geography Major – Daniel Miguel Blanco

Paul R. Beaudoin Memorial Geochemistry Scholarship for outstanding abilities in the areas of Chemistry and Geochemistry – Austin Goncalves

Roscoe R. Miller Scholarship for highest standing in second or third year Honours Geography – Daniel Miguel Blanco

Tire Stewardship Manitoba Scholarship in Environmental Studies for a full-time student in the Riddell Faculty who has completed a minimum of 24 credit hours towards the completion of a Bachelor of Environmental Science or a Bachelor of Environmental Studies with high academic standing – Arleigh Butler

 

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