Faculty of Engineering Awards

Please read the instructions carefully to confirm whether an application is required.

Scholarships marked with an asterisk (*) are funded by the University of Victoria Foundation.

Students may be considered for the following bursaries by completing the general bursary application. Only one application is necessary to be considered for all bursaries.

Alan Wong Memorial Bursary in Engineering*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more bursaries are awarded to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Engineering. Students must have attended a high school in a northern Vancouver Island community (Campbell River and North). Preference will be given to students in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Albert Loucks Bursary*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more bursaries are awarded to graduate students in each of the Department of Computer Science, the Department of Physics and the Faculty of Engineering.

Allan and Elizabeth McKinnon Bursary in Engineering*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more bursaries are awarded to students entering or continuing studies in the Faculty of Engineering. Preference is for mature students.

Arnold Walker Memorial Bursary*

Value: Varies | Number: 1

A bursary is awarded to a student in the Faculty of Engineering.

Beier Memorial Bursary*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more bursaries are awarded to 2nd year undergraduate students in the Faculty of Engineering. Preference will be given to students raised by a single parent and who had at least a 5.0 GPA in their first year of study in the Faculty of Engineering.

Dorothy and Hugh Cole Bursary

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more awards are given to students in the Faculty of Engineering.

Engineers and Geoscientists BC (Victoria Branch) Bursary*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies 

Bursaries are awarded  to students entering the second year of Engineering or Software Engineering at the University of Victoria.  The assessment of academic standing will be based upon performance during the first year of Engineering at a British Columbia university or community college.

Gardhouse Endowment for Engineering Knowledge*

Value: Varies | Number: 1

A bursary is awarded to a mature student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Gilbert and Marie Alice Pert Bursary in Music

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more bursaries are awarded to undergraduate or graduate students in the School of Music.

Gwyn Morgan "Be An Engineer" Bursary

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more bursaries are awarded to undergraduate engineering students (BEng) entering their second year of study in the Faculty of Engineering.

Hugh and Lilian Salmond Engineering Bursary

Value: Varies | Number: 2 

Two awards are made annually, on the basis of financial need and academic performance, to students in the Faculty of Engineering.

Maurice William Summerhayes Memorial Bursary*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more bursaries are awarded to students in the Faculty of Engineering. Preference will be given to students who completed their secondary school studies on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, or in Canada (in that order of preference).

Ron and Annette Hart Bursary*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more bursaries are awarded to students entering or continuing a B.Eng. program in the Faculty of Engineering.

Speakman-Granewall Bursary in Mechanical Engineering*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more bursaries, of a mimimum of $500 each, are awarded to undergraduate students in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Preference will be given to single parents who have successfully completed their second year.

Stanley Gibson Bursary in Engineering*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more bursaries are awarded to a student entering year two in the Faculty of Engineering.

William C. Mearns Bursary in Engineering*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies 

One or more bursaries are awarded to students entering a B.Eng program in the Faculty of Engineering.

Students must apply to be considered for the entrance scholarships below, which are based on marks and other criteria such as academic achievement and volunteer and community work. All UVic entrance scholarships require a minimum 85% admission average, unless otherwise specified in the terms of reference of the scholarship. Recipients will be approved upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering.

The scholarships below:

  • requires an online application via My Page submitted between February 15 - April 30, unless otherwise stated in the Terms of Awards.
  • are governed by the general regulations for scholarships, medals, and prizes.

More information is available on the Entrance Scholarship website.

Drew Wolfe-Fraser Memorial Scholarship

Value: Varies | Number: 1

A scholarship is awarded to an academically outstanding student entering the Faculty of Engineering from either Princess Margaret Secondary School (Penticton) or Penticton Secondary School.

Engineers and Geoscientists BC Municipal Engineers Division Award

Value: $1,000 | Number: 1

First disbursement September 2020

An award of $1,000 is given to an undergraduate woman student entering fourth year in the Civil Engineering Program in the Faculty of Engineering.  The student must have demonstrated involvement in extra-curricular or volunteer activities, either on campus or in the community.  Applicants must submit a letter (maximum 250 words) detailing their involvement, such as: participation in student teams, mentoring, volunteerism at school and/or the community.  Preference is given to a student who has a minimum 6.0 GPA. Approval of the recipient will be made by the Senate Committee on Awards upon the recommendation of the Department of Civil Engineering.

Kedar Shrikhande Memorial Scholarship for Students with a Disability

Value: $1,000 | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships of a minimum of $1,000 each are awarded to academically outstanding students with a physical disability or learning disability. Preference will be given to students in the Faculty of Engineering.

 

Lambert Joseph Schill Award*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

First disbursement September 2020

One or more awards are given to undergraduate students who are entering second year in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.  Preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need.

Peninsula Co-op Sus Tabata Entrance Award

Value: $1,000 | Number: 1

A scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to an academically outstanding undergraduate student pursuing a degree in the Faculty of Science or the Faculty of Engineering who has contributed to their community and/or school in an outstanding way through volunteer or extra-curricular activities. The recipient must be a Peninsula Co-op member or the immediate family of a member. Immediate family of the student includes parents, step-parents, guardians, siblings, grandparents, uncles and aunts. Students and immediate family must have had active membership prior to September 1st of the previous year and must currently be in good standing with Peninsula Co-op. The recipient must be enrolled full-time at UVic and must attend UVic within the same year as their secondary school graduation.

Trussell Undergraduate Scholarship in Science and Technology (Faculty of Engineering)*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships totalling $2,750 are awarded to academically outstanding entrance, transfer or in-course undergraduate students in the Faculty of Engineering who have graduated from a secondary school in the Kootenay-Boundary area of British Columbia (School Districts #5, 6, 8, 10, 20 and 51).

Applications from students are not required for scholarships listed in this section.

These scholarships are governed by the general regulations for scholarships, medals, and prizes.

30 by 30 Women in Engineering Award

Value: $1,000 | Number: Varies

One or more awards of $1,000 each are given to undergraduate women students entering an engineering program.  Approval of the recipients will be made by the Senate Committee on Awards upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering.

50th Anniversary Engineering Entrance Scholarship

Value: $1,000 | Number: 1

A scholarship of $1,000 is awarded annually to an academically outstanding student entering the University of Victoria from a Canadian secondary school who is pursuing an undergraduate degree in the Faculty of Engineering.

Betty and Gilbert Kennedy Entrance Scholarship in Engineering*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships are awarded to outstanding students entering the Faculty of Engineering from British Columbia secondary schools or regional colleges.

Faculty of Engineering: Dean's Entrance Scholarship

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

Scholarships of up to $2,500 each will be awarded to undergraduate students with high academic standing who are entering the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Victoria. The assessment of academic standing of the secondary school students will be based on secondary school course results while assessment of college students will be based on college course results. Scholarships will be awarded at the discretion of the Dean.

Gwen Lock Scholarship for Women

Value: $1,000 | Number: 1

A scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to an academically outstanding woman undergraduate student entering or continuing to study Engineering or Computer Science in the Faculty of Engineering.

Indigenous Engineering and Computer Science Entrance Scholarship

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

First disbursement September 2020

One or more scholarships will be awarded to academically outstanding Indigenous students entering the Faculty of Engineering. Students who have been out of high school for more than two years, are not transferring directly from a post-secondary institution or are mature students are eligible for this scholarship.

Major W. Horan Memorial Scholarship*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships are awarded to academically outstanding undergraduate students who are entering either their first, second or third year in the Faculty of Engineering.

Mansell-McLellan Entrance Scholarship*

Value: $1,000 | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships of $1,000 each are awarded to women students entering the Faculty of Engineering from a BC Secondary School. Preference is given to Canadian citizens or landed immigrants from British Columbia.

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Maurice William Summerhayes Memorial Scholarship*

Value: $20,000 or more | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships of $20,000 or more, payable over four years will be awarded to students with outstanding academic records, who are entering an undergraduate program in the Faculty of Engineering. Preference will be given, in order, to students who completed secondary school studies on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, or in Canada. At the discretion of the Dean, this scholarship may not be awarded to students who hold another scholarship from the Faculty of Engineering. To be automatically renewed a student must have completed a total of 12 or more academic units in any two terms of study between May and April and maintained a cumulative grade point average of 7.00 or higher The scholarship is automatically renewed for each year of the student’s full-time study until completion of a first degree or for a maximum of four years, whichever is the shorter period.  A student whose cumulative grade point average falls below 7.00 may file a written appeal with the Senate Committee on Awards to seek special consideration for the renewal of the scholarship.

Students registered in a co-op or work experience work term will automatically be renewed when they next complete 12 or more academic units in two terms, provided they have a cumulative grade point average of 7.00.

*Any student who takes neither a co-op, work experience/work term, nor academic units for one or more terms may forfeit their scholarship.

Women in Engineering and Computer Science Entrance Scholarship

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

First disbursement September 2020

One or more scholarships will be awarded to academically outstanding women students entering the Faculty of Engineering from a Canadian secondary school, college or university. Eligible recipients must be either Canadian citizens or Canadian permanent residents.

Applications are required for in-course scholarships listed in this section.
These scholarships are governed by the general regulations for scholarships, medals, and prizes.

  • Unless stated otherwise, the application must be made through completion of the in-course scholarship application on My Page.
  • The deadline, unless stated otherwise, is May 31.
  • Some of the following awards may require application through the Faculty of Engineering; please review the eligibility criteria and application instructions below for further information.

 

Angus and Marjorie McPherson Memorial Scholarship*

Value: Varies | Number: 1

A scholarship is awarded to an academically outstanding undergraduate student in the Faculty of Engineering. Preference will be given to mature students who have served in the Canadian Military or whose parent(s) have served in the Canadian Military and who demonstrate volunteer community service. Approval of the recipients will be made by the Senate Committee on Awards upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering.

Applicants must complete the online application by May 31.

Baynes Award in Engineering*

Value: Award | Number: 1

An award has been made available by G.E. Baynes, Consulting Engineer. The award will be made to an outstanding undergraduate student in Engineering (who is a Canadian citizen) who has demonstrated strong qualities of leadership combined with active participation in sports. As part of the selection process, the Faculty will consult with the Engineering Students’ Society. Approval of the recipients will be made by the Senate Committee on Awards upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering. Applicants must complete the online application by May 31.

CSSE/EIC Vancouver Island Award

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more awards of at least $1,000 each are given to undergraduate students, entering their second or third academic year in any accredited undergraduate engineering program (registered in 2A or higher) who:

a) are Canadian citizens or permanent residents

b) have graduated from a high school on Vancouver Island

c) have completed the previous year with at least a 6.0 or equivalent grade point average.

Preference will be given to students in the following order:

a) demonstrated financial need

b) demonstrated participation in campus activities or volunteer and community service

Students must also submit a brief biography including the above criteria, as well as hobbies, career aspirations, and name(s)/contact information of relevant references. Approval of the recipients will be made by the Senate Committee on Awards upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering. 

David Stanonik Pacific Northern Gas Scholarship*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships are awarded to academically outstanding undergraduate students entering third or fourth year in the Faculty of Engineering who have shown leadership qualities. Preference will be given to a student from Northern British Columbia in the areas served by Pacific Northern Gas*. These scholarships are made in memory of David Stanonik who was a 1997 graduate of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Applicants must complete the online application by May 31.

*Pacific Northern Gas serves the following areas: City of Prince Rupert, Village of Port Edward, City of Terrace and surrounding rural area, City of Kitimat, Kitimaat Village, Town of Smithers and surrounding rural area, Village of Telkwa, Town of Houston and surrounding rural area, Village of Burns Lake and surrounding rural area, Village of Fraser Lake and surrounding rural area, Village of Fort Fraser and surrounding rural area, Town of Vanderhoof and surrounding rural area, Town of Fort St James and surrounding rural area, Town of Tumbler Ridge, City of Dawson Creek and surrounding rural area, City of Fort St John and surrounding rural area.

Edward "Teddy" Blenkinsop Scholarship

Value: $1,000 | Number: 1

A scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to an academically outstanding undergraduate student entering third or fourth year in the Faculty of Science or the Faculty of Engineering.  Preference is for students with demonstrated financial need.  The scholarship will be awarded to a student who is not receiving any other scholarships.

Engineering Students' Society Award for Community Involvement

Value: Varies | Number: 1

An award is given to an undergraduate student enrolled in a Faculty of Engineering degree program. Students must submit a proposal for a project or idea that will benefit the quality of life for engineering students and must also have demonstrated community service either at UVic or with another non-profit or community group.

Approval of the recipients will be made by the Senate Committee on Awards upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering. Applicants must complete the online application by May 31.

Engineers and Geoscientists BC Municipal Engineers Division Award

Value: $1,000 | Number: 1

First disbursement September 2020

An award of $1,000 is given to an undergraduate woman student entering fourth year in the Civil Engineering Program in the Faculty of Engineering.  The student must have demonstrated involvement in extra-curricular or volunteer activities, either on campus or in the community.  Applicants must submit a letter (maximum 250 words) detailing their involvement, such as: participation in student teams, mentoring, volunteerism at school and/or the community.  Preference is given to a student who has a minimum 6.0 GPA. Approval of the recipient will be made by the Senate Committee on Awards upon the recommendation of the Department of Civil Engineering.

Kedar Shrikhande Memorial Scholarship for Students with a Disability

Value: $1,000 | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships of a minimum of $1,000 each are awarded to academically outstanding students with a physical disability or learning disability. Preference will be given to students in the Faculty of Engineering.

Lambert Joseph Schill Award*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

First disbursement September 2020

One or more awards are given to undergraduate students who are entering second year in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need.

Norah and Calvin Banks Aboriginal Leadership Award in the Sciences*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more awards are given to undergraduate or graduate Aboriginal students in the Faculty of Science, Faculty of Engineering or School of Environmental Studies who demonstrate leadership by encouraging and/or promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields of study in Aboriginal communities.

Undergraduate students apply through the online application via MyPage under Student Awards and Financial Aid. Applications must be submitted with reference letters from Aboriginal Community leaders outlining how they demonstrate leadership.

Approval of the recipients will be made by the Senate Committee on Awards or the Graduate Admissions and Awards Committee upon the recommendation of the Director of the Office of Indigenous Affairs in consultation with the Dean of the Faculty of Science, and the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and the Director of the School of Environmental Studies.

Rajan Family Scholarship*

Value: Varies | Number: 2

Two scholarships are awarded to undergraduate women students who are entering second, third, or fourth year in the Bachelor of Science Major or Honours program in Computer Science or the Bachelor of Software Engineering program. Applications for the scholarship should reference volunteer service in the community and/or demonstrated leadership in or outside of the classroom. Approval of the recipients will be made by the Senate Committee on Awards upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering.

Applicants must complete the online application by May 31.

Riley Jane Elholm Memorial Scholarship in Civil Engineering*

Value: $1,000 | Number: 2

Two scholarships of at least $1,000 each are awarded to academically outstanding undergraduate students entering 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year in the Department of Civil Engineering. Award selection will include consideration of students' extracurricular activities in the engineering student community. Nominations will be made by the Department of Civil Engineering.

SunTracker Technologies Scholarship

Value: $1,000| Number: Varies

One or more scholarships of $1,000 or more are awarded to academically outstanding undergraduate women students in Computer Science or Software Engineering who have a third or fourth year standing. Preference will be given to students who have pursued a project or work term in photorealistic lighting. Students in combined programs with Computer Science will be eligible for this award.

Terry Daniels Scholarship*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

Two or more scholarships of a minimum of $2,000 each are awarded to academically outstanding undergraduate students entering second year in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering who intend to pursue the electronics specialization. Preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need. The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering will nominate the recipients.

Trussell Undergraduate Scholarship in Science and Technology (Faculty of Engineering)

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships totalling $2,750 are awarded to academically outstanding entrance, transfer or in-course undergraduate students in the Faculty of Engineering who have graduated from a secondary school in the Kootenay-Boundary area of British Columbia (School Districts #5, 6, 8, 10, 20 and 51).

W.R. (Bill) Gordon Scholarship*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships are awarded to academically outstanding undergraduate third or fourth year students in a Major or Honours program in the Faculty of Science or the Faculty of Engineering, with preference being given to students in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Students must have made a significant contribution to one or more aspects of university life through involvement in areas such as student athletic programs, student affairs or service on university bodies or committees. Applications must be submitted to the Student Awards and Financial Aid Office via their online application by May 31st and must be accompanied by a letter or resume describing their contributions.

Applications from students are not required for scholarships listed in this section.

Unless otherwise indicated, recipients are approved by the Senate Committee on Awards upon the recommendations of the Faculty of Engineering.

These scholarships are governed by the general regulations for scholarships, medals, and prizes.

Bez Tabarrok Scholarship in Mechanical Engineering

Value: Varies | Number: 1

A scholarship is awarded to a third or fourth year undergraduate student or a graduate student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. In the case of an undergraduate student, approval of the recipient will be made by the Senate Committee on Awards upon the recommendation of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. In the case of a graduate student, approval of the recipient will be made by the Graduate Awards Committee upon the recommendation of the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Carmanah Prize on Eco-Technology

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more prizes are awarded to undergraduate students based on their capstone design project in ELEC 499A, CENG 499A, MECH 400, ELEC 499B, CENG 499B or SENG 499.

Projects must have a focus on eco-technology and will be selected by the project design judging team in the Faculty of Engineering.

Charles Humphrey Memorial Scholarship in Engineering

Value: Varies | Number: 2

Scholarships are awarded to two outstanding students proceeding to year 3 or 4 of the Engineering program.

Engineers and Geoscientists BC Scholarship in Engineering

Value: $1,500 | Number: 2

Two scholarships of $1,500 each are awarded to academically outstanding students entering the second year of a Bachelor of Engineering program or the Bachelor of Software Engineering program. The selection will be based upon performance during the first year of Engineering at a British Columbia university or community college.

 

Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia Achievement Award

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia offers Achievement Awards to members of the graduating class of the Faculty of Engineering who show great promise in each of the six Engineering undergraduate degree programs.  One or more awards may be given in each of the degree programs.

Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia Gold Medal Award

Value: Certificate | Number: 1

Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia offers a gold medal certificate to the undergraduate student in a Bachelor of Engineering or a Bachelor of Software Engineering degree with the highest graduating average.

G. Robert Smith Memorial Scholarship*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships are awarded to academically outstanding undergraduate students entering fourth year in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrate leadership and excellence in the practical application of the knowledge they have gained through a co-op work placement. Approval of the recipients will be made by the Senate Committee on Awards upon recommendation from the Faculty of Engineering.

Gwen Lock Scholarship for Women

Value: $1,000 | Number: 1

A scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to an academically outstanding woman undergraduate student entering or continuing to study Engineering or Computer Science in the Faculty of Engineering.

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Hugh and Lilian Salmond Engineering Scholarship

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

Scholarships are awarded annually to students entering the third or fourth year of a program in the Faculty of Engineering. Special consideration will be given to candidates who have contributed to an innovative and practical engineering design with special emphasis on solar or other alternative energy sources, or work in low-polluting energy systems.

IEEE Pacific Rim Vijay Bhargava Scholarships*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

Undergraduate scholarships are awarded to students who have demonstrated excellence and who have completed two years of studies in one of the Electrical, Computer, Software, or Biomedical Engineering Programs. One scholarship will be awarded in each of the four disciplines. Award winners must be student members in good standing of the IEEE.

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James R. Bullick Memorial Scholarship*

Value: Varies | Number: 2

Two scholarships are awarded to outstanding students entering one of the final two years of undergraduate studies. One scholarship will be awarded in the Faculty of Engineering and one in the Faculty of Social Sciences.

Jamie Chien-Ming Wu Award for Achievement in Biomedical Engineering*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships are awarded to academically outstanding 3rd year undergraduate students pursing the electrical stream within the Biomedical Engineering Program who have the most improved GPA from the previous year.

Johannes G. Nordal Scholarship in Engineering*

Value: Varies | Number: 1

A scholarship is awarded to an outstanding undergraduate student in the third or fourth year of a program in the Faculty of Engineering.

Lafarge Canada Scholarship in Civil Engineering

Value: $3,000 | Number: 3

Three awards of $3,000 each are awarded to undergraduate students registered in the Civil Engineering Program who have completed 3A and are preferably registered in 3B or 4A and have demonstrated an interest in co-op opportunities with Lafarge. Students will be nominated upon the recommendation of the Manager of Engineering, Computer Science and Math Co-op and the Dean of Engineering. A minimum of one of three awards will go to a woman student. If no woman student is successful, then there will be only two awards provided.

Norman Yarrow Scholarship in Engineering*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships are awarded to an outstanding student or students continuing in the Engineering program at the University of Victoria. Preference is given to students in the Mechanical Engineering program.

Plint Scholarship*

Value: Varies | Number: 3

Three scholarships are awarded to academically outstanding students in the Department of Mechanical Engineering who have completed 15 units in Terms 3A & 3B and who are registered in Term 4A. Preference will be given to a woman student for one of these three scholarships.

Ray and Naomi Simpson Scholarship*

Value: Varies | Number: 1

One or more scholarships of at least $3,000 are awarded to academically outstanding second year students enrolled in a Bachelor of Engineering program in electrical or mechanical engineering.  If a student maintains a cumulative grade point average of 7.0 or better, the scholarship is automatically renewed upon entering the 3rd and the 4th years of the program.  A student whose grade point average falls between 6.50 and 6.99 may file a written appeal with the Dean of Engineering to seek special consideration for the renewal of the scholarship.  No renewal will be considered if a student's average falls below 6.50. 

Preference will be given to a Canadian student first, secondly from Australia and/or New Zealand and if there are no available students from these countries then students from the British Commonwealth of Nations.

S. Joseph Cunliffe Scholarship*

Value: Varies | Number: Varies

One or more scholarships are awarded to outstanding students entering year 4 of the Engineering program.

Sant S. Aulakh Memorial Scholarship*

Value: Varies | Number: 1

A scholarship is awarded to a student with the highest grade point average in the third year and entering the fourth year in the Faculty of Engineering.

Vancouver Island Chapter of A.S.H.R.A.E. Inc. Endowment Scholarship*

Value: Varies | Number: 1

A scholarship is awarded annually to a student registered in a Bachelor of Engineering program in Mechanical Engineering or Civil Engineering with high academic standing in courses related to heating ventilation and air conditioning. Approval of the recipient will be made by the Senate Committee on Awards upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering.

W.E. Cowie Innovation Award*

Value: Varies | Number: 1

One award is given to a graduating undergraduate student or a group of graduating undergraduate students in the Faculty of Engineering who demonstrate exceptional innovative ability via their graduating project or an extracurricular student team. In the case where multiple students work on the same project, the award will be split evenly among all team members. The recipient(s) must have successfully completed all graduation requirements by April 30 of the year in which the award is being given. Part-time students (a minimum of 6.0 units) are eligible for this award.