Water Resource Engineering PhD candidate, Cody Kupferschmidt, received the Engineers Canada – Manulife Scholarship.
Three CEPS students are among the incoming University of Guelph recipients who received top entrance awards for their studies. Biomedical engineering student Sydney Yott received the Lincoln Alexander Chancellor's Scholarship. Biomedical Engineering student Lily Eldon and Biological Engineering student Livia Fleischmann each received President's Scholarships.
Electrochemistry PhD student, Joshua Van Der Zalm, received the best presentation award in the Recent Advances in Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites towards Photocatalysis and Photoelectrocatalysis symposium during the 105th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition held in Calgary between June 13-17, 2022.
School of Engineering Water Resources Engineering student Emma McNeill is the recipient of the University of Guelph Student Experience Award, Kishaadigeh Award.
This award is presented to a First Nations, Métis or Inuit student who is engaged in co-curricular activities that enrich their educational experience and is achieving well academically. The recipient is also connected in meaningful ways to the larger community, actively encouraging others to become involved and is a role model for other Indigenous learners.
A graduate student in engineering, Hannah May, has received the Golder Scholarship for Indigenous Students in Water award from the Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA) in the amount of $2,000 CAD.
"It’s a great honour to receive the 2022 Golder Scholarship for an Indigenous Student in Water from the CWRA.
My graduate studies have involved a lot of time outdoors in the watershed doing hands-on field work. I’m so grateful to have spent this time connecting with the land and curating my relationship to the water.
School of Engineering Master of Applied Science student Miriam Naim Ibrahim received an Oral Presentation Award at the 20th Annual Imaging Network Ontario Symposium in March 2022 for her presentation: Automated Fatty Liver Disease Detection in Point-of-Care Ultrasound B-Mode Images.
School of Engineering student Ally Zaheer has been awarded the 2022 Environmental Stewardship Award from the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students. The award recognizes an engineering student who has either founded or made significant improvements to an environmental protection or stewardship initiative.
Read about some of Ally's achievements.