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Ontario Agricultural College Internal Awards

    All ACCESS AWARDS are subject to specific terms and conditions as set out by the Ontario government's OSOTF program.  For the terms and conditions of these awards, please follow the ACCESS AWARD link that follows the award description.
     Please note that Student Financial Services will apply all internal awards against outstanding balances on student's accounts unless prior arrangements have been made.

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Lilian and James Allan Scholarship (Food Science)
Mr. and Mrs. James N. Allan of Dunville, Ontario, provide an award of $1,300 to a student entering the MSc program in food science, in food safety and quality assurance. Academic achievement and the need for financial support will be used to determine the recipient. This award is tenable with other Senate awards. Apply by letter to the chair, Department of Food Science, by July 1.

A.W. Archibald Memorial Bursary (OAC)
A. William (Bill Archibald, OAC '34 and '31A, with the aid of the Ontario government's OSOTF program, provides a bursary of $1000 annually to an OAC graduate student in financial need. Apply with a completed Needs Assessment Form to Student Financial Services by January 10. ACCESS AWARD.

Jack Atkin Graduate Scholarship in Horticultural Science (Landscape Architecture)
The Canadian Ornamental Plant Foundation has established a $1,000 scholarship in recognition of Jack Atkin's many contributions to the industry. It is available to a student entering graduate studies in horticultural science who has demonstrated an interest in horticultural projects such as Arboriculture, plant propogation, flower production or in related areas of interest. Apply to the Chair, Plant Agriculture, by July 1 with a letter indicating interest in horticulture.

Prof. A.W. Baker Memorial Bursaries(OAC)
The estate of Margaret A. MacLean, through a bequest in honour and memory of her father the late Prof. A.W. Baker, Chair of the Department of Entomology, with the aid of the Ontario government's OSOTF program, provides bursaries of up to a total of $3,000 annually for students with demonstrated financial need who are registered in the Faculty of Graduate Studies who are registered in the Faculty of Graduate Studies and enrolled in a department in the College of Biological Sciences or the Ontario Agricultural College. Full-time or part-time continuing or in-coming MSc students not beyond semester 5 or PhD students not beyond semester 9, studying or conducting research in entomology are eligible. Apply by letter describing research project and research interests accompanied by a curriculum vitae and completed Needs Assessment Form to Student Financial Services by October 1. ACCESS AWARD.

Mrs. Fred Ball Scholarships (Plant Agriculture)
An endowment fund has been established by May Ball in memory of her mother, Mrs. Fred Ball, who had a life-long interest in flowering ornamental plants, particularly roses. The fund provides annual awards of up to $7,500 each. Graduate students whose work is relevant to ornamental plants and who have high academic standing in the previous two years are eligible. The recipient will be chosen on the basis of academic achievement and/or the quality of their graduate research. Application should be made to the chair, Department of Horticultural Science, by June 1.

Ball Farm Services Ltd. and Agrico Canada Ltd. Scholarship (Plant Agriculture, Land Resource Science)
A scholarship of $1500 is provided by Ball Farm Services and Agrico Canada Ltd. to acknowledge their long-standing association. Graduate students in Plant Agriculture or Land Resource Science who are conducting research on sustainable crop production systems and their application to production agriculture are eligible. Academic standing in the previous two years and applied research potential will be used to determine the recipient. Apply to the Dean, OAC, by June 1, with a letter of support regarding research potential.

John Bandeen Memorial Scholarship (Plant Agriculture)
In memory of the late Dr. John Bandeen, a graduate of OAC '57 and a faculty member in the Department of Plant Agriculture, a scholarship of $1,800 is awarded annually from funds provided by his friends and associates. This award is available to MSc or PhD students who are conducting research in weed science. Apply to the chair, Department of Plant Agriculture, by June 1.

Beaton Scholarship in Dairy Science (Food Science)
In memory of the late Mr. J.L. Beaton of Oshawa, an award of $2,400 is awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Food Science who is working on a research project directly related to the dairy industry. Preference will be given to students with high academic standing who are entering the MSc program. Apply to the chair, Department of Food Science, by June 1.

Beatty-Munro Family Memorial Scholarship (Apiculture)
Dr. and the late Mrs. J.A. Munro of Springfield, Illinois, have established an endowment fund of $20,000, the income from which provides an annual award of approximately $2,500 for a graduate student or a postdoctoral fellow conducting research in the field of apiculture. Apply to the chair, Department of Environmental Biology, by June 1.

Bell-Sargant Scholarship (Landscape Architecture)
In honour of Nora Reta Bell and William George Sargant, who celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary in 1978, their son William B. Sargant has established this award for students who are enrolled in the school. The award, valued at $2,500 per annum, is available to Canadian citizens or permanent residents studying in one of: park administration, recreation planning, or resources development or management as related to park development. Academic standing, participation in community and on-campus activities, and interest in resource development and park administration will be considered in making the award. Apply to Student Financial Services by April 1. The selection committee is the OAC awards committee.

Brickstop Corporation Scholarship in Landscape Architecture (Landscape Architecture)
The Brickstop Corporation provides a scholarship of $1,000 to a graduate student enrolled in the MLA Program who has completed two semesters or more with a minimum of 75% in the previous two semesters. Selection will be based on financial need. Preference will be given to a student who has participated in extracurricular activities. Apply to Student Financial Services by June 1 with a completed Needs Assessment Form and a letter.

Bullick Scholarship in Food Grain Research (Plant Agriculture)
In memory of their parents (John and Annie Wannop of Nanton, Alberta, and William and Mary Bullick of Uttoxeter, Ontario), Rose and Clare Bullick provide an award of $15,000 for the initial year of study for a full-time student enrolled in the Department of Plant Agriculture who is conducting research on food grains. No application is necessary. Selection will occur prior to August 1.

Harvey W. Caldwell Scholarship (Rural Extension Studies)
This annual award of $2,400 is tenable with other Senate awards except the OAC Williams and Grothier Scholarships and is awarded to a student who has completed at least two semesters with high academic standing. Preference will be given to a student who has demonstrated interest in the practice of rural extension in Canada. Apply to the graduate coordinator, Rural Extension Studies, by June 1. Donor - Faculty in the Department of Rural Extension Studies.

J. Ross Cavers International Exchange Research Grant (OAC)
OAC '53 provides a research grant of $1,000 in memory of J. Ross Cavers, their honourary year member and professor emeritus, to assist a graduate student in OAC to participate in one or more semesters of study and/or research at an internationally recognized university or research institute outside Canada. Applicants must have completed one year of academic work at the graduate level at this university and maintained first-class ('A-') standing in their coursework. Preference will be given to a candidate who has exhibited qualities of leadership. Apply to the dean, OAC, by June 1 and include a letter of support from the research adviser and an outline of the proposed study/research activity.

J. Ross Cavers Research Travel Grants in Poultry Science (Animal and Poultry Science, Food Science)
OAC '53 provides travel grants in memory of J. Ross Cavers, their honourary year member, professor emeritus and respected scientist. These grants will assist students in the departments of Animal and Poultry Science or Food Science who have an interest in poultry production or poultry product development to attend scientific meetings, workshops or short courses. Travel grants of 80% of travel and meeting costs up to a maximum grant of $2000 per student are available. Normally a student attending a scientific meeting will be presenting a paper. Apply by letter to the Dean OAC by April 1 outlining the nature of the meeting, the involvement of the applicant, an estimate of the costs associated with the meeting (travel accommodations, meals, registration), and research supervisors' approval.

Chanasyk Graduate Medal for Professionalism (MLA)
The Chanasyk Graduate Medal is awarded annually to the graduating student in the master of landscape architecture program who, in the view of faculty, is deemed to be the most promising professional practitioner. The decision will be based on the criteria of ethics, altruism, an attitude of stewardship of the land, and progressive educational ideals. Application is not necessary.

Sue Chase and John Steckle Scholarship in Agriculture (Plant Agriculture, Animal and Poultry Science)
In memory of their father and mother (John Steckle and Sue Chase, graduates of OAC '20 and '21 respectively), Jean and Bob Steckle (OAC '52) provide an award of $2,500 annually to a graduate student in Plant Agriculture or animal and poultry science who is enrolled in an MSc or PhD program. Candidates must have high academic standing, be involved in research related to the interest of the department and have demonstrated an interest in Canadian agriculture. Application is not necessary. The award alternates between the two areas of study, commencing in 1998/99 with Animal and Poultry Science. It is tenable with other Senate awards.

Michael Chepesuik International Research Travel Grant (Agricultural Economics and Business)
In memory of the late Michael W. Chepesuik, OAC '30, this travel grant(s) will be awarded annually to an undergraduate or graduate student pursuing studies in agricultural economics and who is studying outside of Canada for one or more semesters. Eighty percent of the actual travel costs associated with the study outside of Canada program will be covered up to a maximum of $1,000 per student. Application by letter should be made to the Dean of OAC by April 15, including a description of the study program.

George I. Christie Scholarship (Animal Science)
The late George I. Christie, president of OAC from 1928 to 1945, established a trust fund to provide an annual scholarship of $1,000 for graduate work. This scholarship is awarded to a student graduating with high standing in an animal and poultry science major who proposes to pursue graduate studies in animal science, at any institution of his or her choice. Applications approved by the chair, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, should be submitted to the OAC dean's office by April 1.

The Class of 1933 Scholarship
In honour of the late Professor W.J. Squirell, the graduating class of OAC 1933 offers a scholarship of $5000 (or two scholarships of $2,500 each) to graduating students of the BSc(Agr) program who plan to undertake graduate study in agriculture at a recognized university. Academic standing and involvement is extracurricular activities will be used to determine the recipients. Apply to Student Financial Services by April 1.

W.E. Coates Memorial Scholarship (Landscape Architecture)
An annual scholarship of $750, tenable with other Senate awards, to a student entering the first year of the MLA program who has demonstrated proficiency in technical skills, scholarship and commitment to the profession. Selection will be by the OAC awards committee on recommendation of the director of the School of Landscape Architecture. The donors are friends of the late William Coates. No application is necessary.

Frank Wallace Cockshutt Scholarship (Animal and Poultry Science)
In 1951 the estate of the late Frank Wallace Cockshutt established an award in the field of dairy cattle breeding. The annual scholarship is $3,200. The award will be based on academic standing and interest in and aptitude for research in dairy cattle breeding. Apply to the chair, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, by July 1.

Keith R. Collver Scholarship (Food Science, Plant Agriculture)
In recognition of the contributions of Keith R. Collver, a $1,600 award is provided annually for graduate students in Food Science or Plant Agriculture who are conducting research in postharvest physiology, packing, processing or marketing of fruits and vegetables. The recipient will be conducting research with direct application/benefit to the marketing of fruits and vegetables. Apply to the dean of OAC by June 1.

Kenneth E. Crawford Scholarships (Animal and Poultry Science)
In recognition of 40 years of dedicated service to the Ontario and Canadian turkey industries by Kenneth Crawford, the Ontario Turkey Producers’ Marketing Board, the Canadian Turkey Marketing Agency, and the OAC Alumni Foundation, with the aid of the Ontario government’s OSOTF program, provide two awards of $3000 each to MSc and/or PhD students in Animal & Poultry Science who are conducting research in poultry production. Selection will be based on financial need and academic performance. If there are insufficient eligible candidates, graduate students in Agricultural Economics who are conducting research in poultry marketing will be considered. Apply by letter with a completed Needs Assessment Form to Student Financial Services by January 10. ACCESS AWARD.

Herbert F. Crown Memorial Scholarship for Conservation and Rural Development (RP&D)
An annual scholarship of $900, tenable with other Senate awards, is awarded to an MSc student registered in the school who is working on a program in rural development and/or conservation and community development. Academic standing will be used to determine the recipient from those eligible; no application is necessary. The selection committee will be the awards committee of the Board of Graduate Studies on recommendation of the Director of the College Faculty.

CSLA Graduate Medal (MLA)
The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects provides a silver medal to a student graduating from the master of landscape architecture program who has maintained a high academic standing and contributed to the school and the profession. Application is not necessary.

Taffy Davison Memorial Research Travel Grants (OAC)
The Taffy Davison Memorial Fund provides financial assistance to students in PhD programs or in the final year of master's programs to attend scientific or professional meetings. Graduate students in any OAC department or school are eligible to apply. Grants of 80% of actual expenses up to a maximum grant of $500 are awarded. Applications must be submitted by April 1 for meetings to be held between June 1 and November 30, and by October 15 for meetings held during the period of December 1 to May 31. Application forms are available from the OAC Dean's Office, Johnston Hall, Room 162.

The Edmunds, Millen, Ozburn, Peer Scholarship in Entomology/ Apiculture (Environmental Biology)
A graduate scholarship of $3,400 is awarded annually to an MSc or PhD student in entomology or apiculture based on high academic standing and research interests related to apiculture or entomology. Funding for this scholarship has been provided by the friends and associates of the late J.W. Edmunds, OAC '51, apiculturalist; friends and associates of the late F. Eric Millen, apiculturalist; the Ozburn family and friends in memory of Professor R.H. Ozburn, a former faculty member in the OAC Department of Zoology and Entomology; and the family and friends of Don Peer, apiculturalist. The award is made in the memory of these four individuals whose interests in entomology and apiculture were of support to and valued by their colleagues at OAC. No application is necessary; the Department of Environmental Biology will nominate a recipient by June 1 each year.

Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers Award (Agricultural Economics and Business)
The Ontario Chapter of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers has made available funds for an annual award of $1,300. The award is made to encourage research in farm management and rural appraisal. It is available to graduate students in the department who intend to pursue research in these areas. The recipient will be selected at the end of each winter semester. Application is not necessary.

Firmenich of Canada Limited Scholarship (Food Science)
Established by Firmenich of Canada Limited, the award is valued at $500 per annum for a full-time MSc or PhD student in the department. The scholarship, tenable with other Senate awards, will assist a graduate student interested in or engaged in a project related to the food flavour industry. Apply to the chair, Department of Food Science, by June 1.

Food Science Department Scholarship (Food Science)
The department has established an annual scholarship of $500 to be awarded to a full- time graduate student in the department. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of the student's academic record in the previous full academic year. Students who experience difficulty in obtaining other sources of financial support shall be given priority by the selecting committee. Apply to the chair, Department of Food Science, by June 1.

Dr. G.W. Friars Award (Animal and Poultry Science, Plant Agriculture)
An annual award of $400 to an MSc or PhD student registered in the Departments of Animal and Poultry Science or Plant Agriculture and working in the field of quantitative genetics. The award will be based on academic standing, and interest in and aptitude for research in quantitative genetics. Apply to the dean of OAC by June 1.

James Aubrey and Doris Garner Memorial Scholarship (Agricultural Economics)
The family of the late James and Doris Garner provides a $2500 scholarship annually to a student enrolled in Phase II of the Executive MBA program to completion of degree with preference given to a candidate from a family-owned farm. James, a graduate of OAC in 1923, was elected to the Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame following an exemplary career in the Extension Branch of the Ontario Dept. of Agriculture. In considering the applicants, preference will be given to a student who: (a) has a financial need, (b) has a desire to further the cause of family-owned farms and small-scale agri-business, (c) demonstrates high academic standing. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens. Apply by letter to the Director of the EMBA Program by February 1 including a completed Needs Assessment Form.

Golden Harvest Graduate Scholarship in Agriculture (OAC)
A graduate scholarship of $20,000 annually is provided to support a citizen of the Czech Republic who enrols in a graduate program at the Master's or PhD level in OAC based on academic standing at the undergraduate level and proficiency in English. Subsequent payments of $20,000 will be provided in year 2 of the Masters program and years 2 and 3 PhD program pending successful progress. Apply by letter to OAC Dean's Office by June 1.

W.R. Graham Memorial Award (Poultry Science)
The award is in memory of the late Dr. W.R. Graham, one of the founders of the Poultry Science Association, pioneer researcher in the Department of Poultry Husbandry from 1899 to 1940. The award, valued at $1,300 per annum, is open to a deserving graduate student with Canadian citizenship or permanent resident status, studying at Guelph in the area of poultry science. The selection is made by the OAC awards committee following a review of the applications in the Department of Animal and Poultry Science. Apply to the chair, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, by July 1.

Emiel Griesbach Year OAC '30 Scholarship (Department of Food Science)
In memory of their classmate Emiel C. Griesbach, OAC '30, the OAC Alumni Foundation provides a scholarship of $1,000 annually for a student in the department who is entering semesters 1 or 2 of a graduate program. The recipient will have at least a 'B+' standing in the two previous years of study. Apply to the chair, Department of Food Science, by June 1.

Elena Grothier Scholarship in Rural Extension Studies
This annual award of $2,500 is tenable with other Senate awards except the Soden and is presented to an academically outstanding student entering the MSc program in rural extension studies. Application must be made by letter to the Graduate Coordinator, Rural Extension Studies, by June 1. Selection is by the OAC awards committee on the recommendation of the chair of the department. The donor is the Grothier estate.

Halchemix Scholarship (Animal and Poultry Science)
Halchemix Canada Inc. provides a scholarship of $500 to a graduate student in animal and poultry science who is conducting research in amino acid nutrition of monogastric species. Apply to the chair, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, by July 1.

Alf and Mary Hales Graduate Scholarship in Food Science (Food Science)
Alf and Mary Hales, with the aid of the Ontario government’s OSOTF program, have established a $2000 scholarship available to entering M.Sc. students in Food Science who have an interest in Meat Science and who demonstrate financial need. Apply by letter accompanied by a completed Needs Assessment Form to Student Financial Services by April 1. ACCESS AWARD.

Robert J. Hall Memorial Poultry Scholarship (Animal and Poultry Science)
The $3000 award commemorates the work of the late Robert Hall and his lifetime devotion to the poultry industry in Ontario. Currently registered full-time graduate students in Animal and Poultry Science or the Ontario Veterinary College with a minimum 77% average in the last two years of study are eligible to apply. Selection will be based on degree of research relevance to commercial poultry farming. Preference will be given to students in their first year of study (MSc or PhD or DVSc) and to Canadian citizens or permanent residents. In exceptional circumstances, based on research relevance, two awards of $3000 may be given in the annual competition. Apply to the Chair of Animal and Poultry Science by October 15; the Department will include OVC in reviewing the applications. Selection is by the OAC Awards Committee, on the recommendation of Animal and Poultry Science Awards Committee.

Hamilton Milk Producer's Association Scholarship (Animal Science)
The scholarship, the gift of the Hamilton Milk Producer's Association, is based on the income from $15,000 and is tenable for one year by a graduate student enrolled in the Department of Animal and Poultry Science. The scholarship must be used exclusively for research related to dairy cattle. The award is approximately $2,000 annually. Apply to the chair, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, by July 1.

James Harris Scholarship (Animal Science)
The award, established by the James Harris Foundation, has a value of $4,000 for two semesters of full-time post-graduate study and research in the Department of Animal and Poultry Science on problems with meat-producing livestock. Apply to the chair, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, no later than July 1.

Gordon B. Henry Bursaries in Food Science (Food Science)
Bursaries in memory of OAC graduate '34 Gordon B. Henry are provided by his family and associates, with the aid of the Ontario government's OSOTF program. These bursaries totalling $1000 are available to graduate and undergraduate students registered in Food Science. Apply to Student Financial Services by January 10 and include a completed Needs Assessment Form. ACCESS AWARD.

Hoskins Scholarships (Plant Agriculture)
Two annual scholarships of $2,500, tenable with other Senate awards, have been established in memory of Mr. F. and Miss G. Hoskins for graduate students with high academic standing who are involved in research related to horticulture. These scholarships are awarded to students who have completed a minimum of two full-time semesters of graduate study and may be held for successive years (PhD only) upon reapplication. Apply to the chair, Department of Plant Agriculture, by June 1.

Hurnik Award in Agricultural Ethics (Animal and Poultry Science)
A $500 award in agricultural ethics is provided by Dr. Frank Hurnik, Professor Emeritus, and faculty member in Animal and Poultry Science from 1971 to 1997. Dr. Hurnik initiated the work in behavioral studies and animal welfare at Guelph, developed the first course in Animal Welfare, and was co-founder and editor of the Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics. OAC students, graduate or undergraduate, who are associated with the department of Animal & Poultry Science and who undertake a project or attend a conference/scientific meeting or publish a paper in animal welfare or agricultural ethics may apply. A minimum of B standing for undergraduate students, and A- standing for graduate students in the last two semesters is required. The award will be given to the student who has the best presentation, paper or project. Apply by letter to the Chair, Animal and Poultry Science, by Feb. 1 outlining the details of the project or meeting.

H.L. Hutt Memorial Scholarship (Plant Agriculture)
This is an annual award of $1,400, tenable with other Senate awards, to a student who is conducting research in horticulture. Academic standing will be used to determine the recipient from those eligible. Apply to chair, Department of Plant Agriculture, by June 1. Selection is by the OAC awards committee upon the recommendation of the chair of the department. Donor - Dr. Fred B. Hutt.

Kasha Scientific Research Travel Grants (Plant Agriculture)
The fund is established to provide financial assistance to graduate students in the Department of Plant Agriculture to attend meetings and present papers on haploidy or biotechnology. A total of $1,200 per year will be awarded to cover expenses of one or more students. For overseas meetings, the award may be held in conjunction with other travel awards. Preference may be given to students with other travel awards. Preference may be given to students planning to attend an overseas international meeting and who have demonstrated good research potential. Applications should be submitted to the chair, Department of Plant Agriculture, by June 1 for travel during the next calendar year. The fund has been established by professor K.J. Kasha from the 1983 Ernest C. Manning Award that he received in recognition of his research on haploidy in barley.

Brian W. Kennedy Memorial Scholarship (Animal and Poultry Science)
This award was established by family, friends and colleagues in recognition of Dr. Kennedy's dedication to and accomplishments in the fields of animal breeding and genetic teaching and research. A scholarship of $1,600 will be awarded to an in-course graduate student based on academic standing, extracurricular activities and contributions to the life of the department. Application is by letter, stating interest and qualifications, to the director of Centre for Genetic Improvement of Livestock by July 1.

James C. Kenney Scholarships (Food Science)
Harold T. Griffin Inc., Mississauga, provides two awards of $1,500 each for students beginning their MSc program in the Department of Food Science. Preference may be given to students who have participated in a co-operative education program as undergraduates. Apply to the chair, Department of Food Science, by June 1.

Amos Kitchen Memorial Scholarship (Animal & Poultry Science, Agricultural Economics & Business, Plant Agriculture) In memory of Amos Kitchen, his friends, associates and the Ontario Sheep Marketing Agency, and the OAC Alumni Foundation, with the aid of the Ontario government's OSOTF program, provide an annual scholarship of $3000 to a graduate student in Animal & Poultry Science, Agricultural Economics & Business or Plant Agriculture who is conducting research in sheep production or marketing. Selection will be based on student's financial need and academic performance to date. Apply by letter with a completed Needs Assessment Form to Student Financial Services by January 10. ACCESS AWARD.

Major General LaFleche Memorial Scholarship (Plant Agriculture)
Established by Mr. Noah Torno, President of Jordan Wines, in memory of Major General LaFleche, the scholarship is awarded annually to a graduate student in horticulture with high academic standing. The award, valued at approximately $1,000 and tenable with other Senate awards, is based upon income from a trust fund. Apply to chair, Department of Plant Agriculture, by June 1.

Land Resource Science Graduate Scholarships (Land Resource Science)
Two or more scholarships of $2,000 each are provided from the Land Resource Science Endowment Fund to graduate students (MSc or PhD) registered in the department. The funds are provided in recognition or in memory of students, staff and faculty in the department. Students will be selected on the basis of academic standing and contrubution to the academic life of the department. No application is required.

Landscape Architecture ACCESS Scholarships (Landscape Architecture)
Faculty members and students in Landscape Architecture, with the aid of the Ontario government's OSOTF program, provide two scholarships of $500 to graduate or undergraduate students in the School. Students must have demonstrated financial need and a minimum of B standing in the previous academic year. Apply by January 10 to Student Financial Services; include a completed Needs Assessment Form. ACCESS AWARD.

Landscape Architecture Alumni Scholarships (MLA)
Alumni of the School of Landscape Architecture provide up to three $1,000 scholarships annually for students who are registered in the Faculty of Graduate Studies and enrolled in the MLA program and who have completed two semesters. The recipient(s) will be selected on the basis of academic performance and participation and leadership in extracurricular activities. Students, faculty or alumni may nominate eligible students to the School of Landscape Architecture by October 30.

Robert Orr Lawson Scholarships (Food Science)
Five scholarships of $5,000 are provided by the estate of the late Robert Orr Lawson, a friend of the University. They are available to graduate students who have completed at least one year of study in the Department of Food Science and who have achieved a minimum of an "A-" level standing in course work in their program. Apply to the Chair, Department of Food Science by June 1.

Manton Memorial Scholarship (Plant Agriculture)
An annual award of $2,500 has been established in memory of George Manton and William Douglas Manton for graduate students in horticulture research with high academic standing. The scholarship is tenable with other awards. Apply to the chair, Department of Plant Agriculture, by June 1.

The Honourable John S. Martin Scholarship (Poultry Science)
In memory of the late Honourable John S. Martin, Port Dover, poultry breeder and Minister of Agriculture for Ontario 1923-1930, this scholarship of approximately $1,200 is made available to undergraduate or graduate students in poultry science. Eligible graduate students must be studying in the area of poultry science and have high academic standing, as well as participate in extracurricular activities. Apply to the chair, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, before July 1.

McConkey Scholarship (Plant Agriculture)
A scholarship of $16,000 per annum established by the late Dr. O.M. McConkey, a professor in the Department of Plant Agriculture and a pioneer in grassland research and conservation, will be awarded for one year to a full-time student who will begin graduate study and research of forage crops or conservation of natural resources in the Departments of Plant Agriculture. Application is not necessary; selection will occur prior to April 1.

F.L. McEwen Award (OAC)
In recognition of F.L. McEwen's contribution as Dean of OAC (1983-90), the OAC Alumni Foundation provides an award of $5,000, given to an OAC graduate on entry to a graduate program in a department or school in OAC. Applicants should outline the relationship of their research interests to sustainable agriculture and their extracurricular activities in this area. Apply by letter to the OAC dean's office by April 1.

Ted McGrail Memorial Scholarship (OAC)
In memory or Ted McGrail, past chairman of the Ontario Soybean Growers, his family and the board provide an annual scholarship of $2,000 for students enrolled in a MSc program in the Departments of Agricultural Economics and Business, Animal and Poultry Science, Plant Agriculture, Environmental Biology, Food Science or Land Resource Science who are conducting research on some aspect of soybean production, breeding, marketing or processing. The recipient will be selected on the basis of high academic achievement. Apply to the dean of OAC by June 1.

James A. McGrath Memorial Scholarship (Poultry Science)
Established by friends of the late James McGrath, an award valued at $2,500 per annum is awarded to an outstanding graduate student in poultry science, preference being given to those intending to follow a career in the poultry industry in Canada. Apply to the chair, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, by July 1.

J. Alden and Isobelle McLean Scholarship (OAC)
A scholarship of $2,300 is made available by the family of the late Alden and Isobelle McLean to support students who are entering the area of Rural Extension Studies, the School of Rural Planning and Development or the Rural Studies doctoral program, and who will be conducting research in rural community development. Apply to the dean of OAC by June 1.

Dan McMillan Graduate Bursaries in Food Science (Food Science)
The Dan McMillan Bursaries are provided from the estate of Dan McMillan, OAC 1940, in memory of his father and by the government of Ontario through the OSOTF program. Three or more bursaries valued at up to $4,000 each are awarded to graduate students in Food Science on the basis of financial need. Students must be progressing satisfactorily. Apply to Student Financial Services with a completed Needs Assessment Form by January 10. ACCESS AWARD.

The Larry Milligan Research Travel Grant (Animal and Poultry Science)
Family, friends and colleagues established this research travel grant at the conclusion of Dr. Milliganís term as vice-president, research in 2001 to recognise his sixteen years of leadership of research activities. The grant is awarded to a graduate student in the Animal and Poultry Science program to assist in attendance at conferences for the presentation of research findings. The $2000 grant is awarded to a masters or doctoral student on the basis of academic excellence. Students should submit a curriculum vitae, a one-page summary of research, a list of scholarly publications, a transcript of their academic record, and a one-page travel plan by April 30 to Student Financial Services.


Monsanto Turfgrass Research Scholarship (OAC)
Monsanto Canada Inc. provides an annual award of $2,000 to an outstanding graduate student enrolled in the Departments of Plant Agriculture, Environmental Biology, or Land Resource Science who is conducting research in turfgrass science or management. Apply to the director, Guelph Turfgrass Institute, by June 1.

George W. and Mildred B. Moore Scholarship (Rural Extension Studies)
In memory of the late Rev. Dr. George W. Moore and the late Mildred Baker Moore, an award of $1,000 is made to the student in the MSc program in the area of Rural Extension Studies who obtains the highest academic standing in the first year of study and whose work involves distance education applications of communication technology in rural and remote communities. Application is not necessary.

Morwick Scholarship (Land Resource Science)
The family of the late Professor Frank F. Morwick (OAC '27) faculty member of the Department of Land Resource Science for 35 years, and his wife, the late Lorraine (Ferguson) Morwick (Mac '28), offers a scholarship of $1,600 to a student enrolled in a graduate program related to land resource science. The student must have demonstrated an outstanding academic ability (in both coursework and research), qualities of leadership and understanding. The recipient will be expected to have contributed to and participated in all phases of departmental activities. The research will contribute to a fuller understanding for the planning and use of land resources. No application is necessary.

Ronald C. Moyer Scholarship (Plant Agriculture)
The Ontario Grape Grower's Marketing Board has established a scholarship of $2,000 to be awarded to an MSc and PhD student in Plant Agriculture who is conducting research in viticulture, oenology or both. Academic standing in the previous two semesters will be used to determine the recipient from among eligible applicants. Recipients of the scholarship are eligible to apply in subsequent years and will be considered in open competition with other applicants. The scholarship is awarded on recommendation of the chair of the Department of Plant Agriculture to the OAC awards committee. No application is necessary.

Kenneth G. Murray Scholarship (OAC)
In recognition of the work of Ken Murray, OAC '50, an award of $1,500 is provided by J. M. Schneider Inc. and is presented to a graduate student with a minimum first-class ('A') average, who is enrolled in one of the Departments of Agricultural Economics and Business, Animal and Poultry Science, Plant Agriculture, Food Science, Environmental Biology or Land Resource Science. No application is necessary.

OAC 1950 International Research Travel Grant (OAC)
The Class of OAC 1950, with the aid of the Ontario government's OSOTF program, provides annual travel grants of 80% of the cost of travel to/from the site of research/study up to a maximum of $1000 per student. The grants are intended to encourage graduate students with demonstrated financial need in any department or school of OAC to participate in study/research activities at laboratories and institutions outside Canada. Students who are completing MSc programs in Rural Extension Studies or Rural Planning and Development and who are undertaking an internship program with the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) (Rome) may also apply for a grant of $3,000 to cover the travel and accommodation costs associated with their internship. Apply by letter to Student Financial Services by April 1 outlining the proposed program of study or research. Include a letter of support from the student's advisor, a budget and a completed Needs Assessment Form. ACCESS AWARD.

OAC 1950 International Travel Research Grant(s) (OAC)
The Class of OAC 1950, with the aid of the Ontario government's OSOTF program, provides annual travel grants of 80% of the cost of travel to/from the site of research/study up to a maximum of $1000 per student to encourage graduate students with demonstrated financial need in any department or school in OAC to participate in study/research activities at laboratories and institutions outside Canada. Apply by letter outlining the proposed program of study or research, accompanied by a letter of support from the student's advisor, a budget and a completed Needs Assessment Form to Student Financial Services by April 1. ACCESS AWARD.

OAC ’38 Lloyd Minshall Bursaries (OAC)
To recognize the many contributions of Lloyd Minshall to his classmates and to OAC, OAC’38 alumni, with the aid of the Ontario government’s OSOTF program, have provided seven bursaries of $1000 to OAC students with demonstrated financial need. Undergraduate students in semester 5, 6, 7 and 8 and OAC graduate students are eligible. Apply with a completed Needs Assessment Form to Student Financial Services by January 10. ACCESS AWARD.

OAC Centennial Graduate Scholarships (OAC)
The Ontario Agricultural College celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1974. Many organizations and companies associated with the agricultural industry provided funds in conjunction with the centennial year activities. Three awards of $1,500 have been established in perpetuity as a permanent commemoration of the first centennial of the college. Students graduating from a degree program administered by OAC and who plan to pursue graduate studies in any department or school of OAC in the year of baccalaureate graduation are eligible for these awards. The award will be based on achievement in semesters 7 and 8, as well as participation in extracurricular activities throughout the student's university career. Apply to Student Financial Services by April 1.

Ontario Association of Landscape Architects Scholarship (MLA)
The OALA provides an award of $1,000 for a student who has completed semester three of the master of landscape architecture program. The recipient will be selected on the basis of academic achievement, performance in design studio, and leadership contributions. No application is necessary.

Ontario Egg Producer's Scholarship (Animal and Poultry Science)
The Ontario Egg Producers' Marketing Board has award funds of $5,000 per annum. A student registered in the first year of the PhD program will be given preference for an award of $5,000. Alternatively, two students registered in the first year of the MSc program will be eligible for an award of $2,500 each. The area of research and study must be in the general field of poultry science and may include disciplines other than those offered in the Department of Animal and Poultry Science. Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents. Preference will be given to students with high academic standing who are conducting research projects related to the egg industry. Applications are made by letter to the chair, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, by July 1 and must include transcripts of all university work.

Ontario Food Protection Association Graduate Bursaries in Food Safety (Food Safety and Quality Assurance)
The Ontario Food Protection Association provides two or more bursaries of up to $1500 each to graduate students enrolled in the Food Safety and Quality Assurance Program who are in financial need. Apply to Student Financial Services with a completed Needs Assessment Form by October 1. ACCESS AWARD.

Ontario Food Protection Association Millenium Scholarship (Food Safety and Quality Assurance)
The Ontario Food Protection Association provides a scholarship of $2,000 to a full-time graduate student enrolled in the M.Sc. Program in Food Safety and Quality Assurance, semester 3 or later. The studentís cumulative academic average must be a minimum of 80% over the first two semesters of the program. Applicants are asked to submit a description of how the project will enhance food safety in Ontario. Apply by letter to the Chair, Food Science Department by July 1.


Pioneer Hi-Bred Plant Breeding Scholarship (Plant Agriculture)
Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc. provides an annual $18,000 scholarship for an outstanding student in crop breeding who is conducting research in a crop of interest to the company. Potential applicants may contact their program counsellor for updated information on suitable subject crops. No application is necessary. Selection by August 1.

Plant Agriculture Research Scholarship (Plant Agriculture)
The Ontario Flue Cured Tobacco Growers’ Marketing Board and the OAC Alumni Foundation, with the aid of the Ontario government’s OSOTF program, provide a scholarship of $3000 to commemorate the formation of the Department of Plant Agriculture at the University of Guelph in 1998. Graduate students in the department who are undertaking research in plant biotechnology, crop adaptation, new crop development, or interdisciplinary research in plant science should apply by letter with a competed Needs Assessment Form to Student Financial Services by January 10. Selection will be based on financial need and academic performance to date. ACCESS AWARD.

Kenneth McAlpine Pretty Scholarship (Land Resource Science)
In memory of Kenneth M. Pretty (OAC '51) a scholarship of $2,000 is awarded annually to a student in the Department of Land Resource Science who is conducting research in the area of plant nutrition or soil fertility. The recipient will be selected on the basis of high academic achievement. The funds are provided jointly by the late K.M. Pretty and by his former employer, The Phosphate Institute of Canada. Application is not required.

Fred W. Presant Scholarship (Plant Agriculture, Environmental Biology)
A scholarship of $1,000 is provided by the late Fred Presant, a graduate of OAC in 1921 and in 1923, and a leader in the field of human and animal nutrition. Graduate students in Plant Agriculture or Environmental Biology who are conducting research on pesticides and their use in the production of food crops are eligible. Academic standing in the previous two years of study will be used to select a recipient from the eligible candidates. Apply by letter to the dean of OAC, by June 1.

Pride Seeds Scholarship (Plant Agriculture)
In recognition of the contribution of Pride Seeds to the corn industry in Ontario, Pride Seeds provides an annual award of $1,500 to a student conducting research in corn production or corn breeding. The award is given to any Canadian or permanent resident graduate student who has demonstrated competence in corn research in the Department of Plant Agriculture. Apply to the chair, Department of Plant Agriculture, by June 1.

Reid's Heritage Homes Bursaries in Landscape Architecture (Landscape Architecure)
To allow students with financial need to continue their studies as full-time students, Reid's Heritage Homes Ltd., with the aid of the Ontario government's OSOTF program, has established two bursaries of $1500 each for students in the BLA or MLA programs. Students must apply by letter with a completed Needs Assessment Form to Student Financial Services by January 10. The awards will be distributed in the winter semester. ACCESS AWARD.

N.R. Richards Scholarship (OAC, RP&D)
The OAC Alumni Foundation has established the N.R. Richards Scholarship, valued at $5,000. The scholarship is available to graduating students in OAC who are planning to pursue graduate studies in land resource use and/or rural planning and development. Apply by letter to the OAC Dean's Office by April 1.

Arthur Richmond Memorial Scholarships (CBS/OAC)
In memory of the late Arthur Richmond (OAC '23), horticulturist and teacher, four scholarships of $3,500 each are awarded annually to outstanding graduate students in the areas of botany, environmental biology, plant agriculture, microbiology or zoology. Apply to Student Financial Services by May 1.

Robb Graduate Research Travel Grant (OAC)
Travel grants are provided from the estate of the late Martha Robb to graduate students in OAC who are in good academic standing and who are planning to study and/or conduct research at another university or attend a scientific meeting. Apply by letter to the OAC Dean's Office by April 15, including an approved plan of study/research, financial expenditures, and, if appropriate, details of the scientific meeting.

The Robinson Research Travel Grants (CBS Microbiology, OAC Environmental Biology)
These two annual graduate awards of $400 each are tenable with other Senate awards. Graduate students in the Department of Microbiology in CBS are eligible for one award and graduate students in the Department of Environmental Biology in OAC are eligible for the other. Academic standing will be used to determine the recipient. The funds are to be used to defray costs to attend scientific meetings. Preference will be given to students presenting a paper at a meeting. Application is to the chair of the Department of Environmental Biology, OAC, or the chair of the Department of Microbiology, CBS, as appropriate, by January 31, for travel in the period March 1 each year to February 28 of the succeeding year. The selection committee will be the appropriate college awards committee on recommendation of the chair of the department. The time of the presentation will be arranged by the college awards committee. Donor - Family, friends and associates of the late Dr. John Robinson.

Rural Planning and Development Alumni Scholarship (Rural Planning)
Alumni and faculty of the School of Rural Planning and Development have established a $1,500 scholarship annually. To be eligible, students must have a minimum 76% cumulative average, be enrolled in the MSc program and have completed two full semesters of full-time study or equivalent. The recipient will be selected on the basis of contributions to the community, both on and off campus. Students or faculty may nominate eligible students to the Director, School of Rural Planning and Development, by June 1.

Rural Planning Field Research Travel Grants (Rural Planning)
The School of Rural Planning provides field research scholarships valued at up to $6,000 each to graduate students in the School. Apply by letter to the Awards Committee of the School and include an outline of the research proposal on or before March 15. Academic standing and an assessment of the research proposal will be used to determine the recipients.

The Schooley Award (Environmental Biology)
An annual award of $250 is provided by Harold and Janice Schooley to the graduate student in plant pathology in the Department of Environmental Biology who undertakes the most innovative research program in the department. Submit a summation of research to the chair, Department of Environmental Biology, by June 1.

Schneller and Summers Award (OAC)
The Summers family provides a graduate travel award of $2,000 in memory of John Summers and Wilfred Schneller. Graduate students in OAC who plan to conduct research or study in other countries with the expectation of bringing direct improvements to Canadian agriculture are eligible. Apply by letter outlining study travel plans and their potential value to Canadian agriculture to the dean, OAC, on or before June 1.

Murray Selves Memorial Scholarship (Executive MBA)
The family and friends of the late Murray Selves, a graduate of OAC in 1957 and a recognized leader and creative entrepreneur in pork production in Ontario, provide a scholarship of $2,000 annually to a student who is completing phase I of the Executive MBA Program. Applicants must be involved in primary food production as their career employment activity. Preference may be given to Ontario residents. Academic standing and evidence of entrepreneurial and creative approaches in business management will be used to determine the recipient during phase I. Apply by letter to the Director of the EMBA Program by February 1.

Dr. Mohamed Sharom Award of Excellence (Environmental Biology)
This is an annual award of $900 to an MSc student who has completed at least two full- time semesters, is registered in the Department of Environmental Biology, and holds a valid student visa. The award will be based on academic standing, communication skills and excellence in research. Application is not necessary.

Maurice and Catherine Smith Award (Apiculture, Entomology)
The Family of Maurice and Catherine Smith have established this $750 annual award in order to honour and recognize Maurice's contributions as a long standing faculty member and Catherine's hospitality to students over the years.  The award is available to graduate students with a research or study interest in apiculture or entomology.   Apply to the OAC Dean's office by June 1.

Silas Smith Memorial Scholarship (Plant Agriculture, Land Resource Science)
An annual $3,500 award, in memory of Silas J. Smith of Chatham, Ontario, is provided to students registered in Plant Agriculture or Land Resource Science who are conducting research in soil fertility, plant nutrition, plant productivity and/or increasing crop yield. Academic standing is the primary basis for determining the recipient; factors which may also be considered include graduate course grades, number and quality of publications and quality of research performance. Financial need may also be considered. Apply to the dean, OAC by June 1.

Soden Memorial Scholarships in Agriculture (OAC)
Approximately twenty scholarships of $3,000 each are awarded to master's students in OAC departments or schools. Students with at least a first-class ('A-') average in previous university work are eligible for consideration. Preference may be given to students who are entering a master's program. Nominations are made three times yearly by each department or school to the OAC awards committee, by May 1, September 1 and January 1. Previous Soden scholars will be considered in a subsequent year in open competition. No application is necessary.

Soybean Research Scholarship (Plant Agriculture)
The award is made available to support graduate students working with soybeans, field beans or other oil seed crops. Recipients are encouraged to use a portion of the award for travel to research stations and/or scientific meetings. The award is valued at $600, and may be held on more than one occasion. No application is necessary; the chair, Department of Plant Agriculture, will recommend the recipient to the OAC awards committee each year on or before June 1.


Warren Stein Memorial Scholarship (Animal and Poultry Science)
The Canadian Swine Breeders Association presents this $1000 award in memory of Warren Stein (1942-1998), former director of CSBA, president of Thames Bend Farms Ltd. of Tavistock, and an advocate of advancing technology in swine breeding. The award is made on the basis of academic standing to a graduate student in Animal and Poultry Science who has an interest in swine breeding. Application not necessary.

William A. Stewart Bursaries in Dairy Research (Animal and Poultry Science, Food Science, Agricultural Economics and Business)
In recognition of the contributions made by William A. Stewart to the Ontario dairy industry during his tenure as Minister of Agriculture, the Dairy Farmers of Ontario, with the aid of the Ontario government’s OSOTF program and the OAC Alumni Foundation, have provided four bursaries of $2500 each. The bursaries are awarded to full-time MSc students with demonstrated financial need who are enrolled in the Departments of Animal & Poultry Science, Food Science, or Agricultural Economics and Business and who are conducting research related to the dairy industry. A student may receive two bursaries annually. Apply by letter with a completed Needs Assessment Form to Student Financial Services by June 1. ACCESS AWARD.

J.L. Tennant Bursary (Agricultural Economics and Business)
Two or more bursaries of up to $2,000 annually are available to graduate students in financial need in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Business. Application forms are available from the graduate studies committee in Agricultural Economics and Business, and should be completed by September 15.

J.L. Tennant Scholarships (Agricultural Economics and Business)
Three or more scholarships of up to $1,000 are available to support graduate student research in the area of policy analysis. Students must be enrolled in a graduate research degree program in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Business. Interested students must submit a one-page research proposal to the graduate studies committee in Agricultural Economics and Business by July 15.

Earl A. Thomas Graduate Scholarship (Food Science)
The late Beryl Thomas of Oakville, Ontario, has provided a scholarship of $3,200 in memory of her husband, Earl Thomas, who died in 1966 after a 43 year career at Bright's Wines. Mr. Thomas retired from T.G. Bright Co. Ltd. in 1959 as president and general manager. Students enrolled in the Department of Food Science and who are conducting research in oenology are eligible for this graduate scholarship. The recipient will be selected on the basis of high academic achievement. Application is not required.

George Thurtell Graduate Scholarship (Land Resource Science)
Dr. George Thurtell (OAC '57), a retired faculty member, has provided a $4,500 scholarship for a MSc or PhD student registered in the field of atmospheric science in the Department of Land Resource Science and who is pursuing research in atmospheric diffusion, atmospheric turbulence, trace gas fluxes, surface energy balance or meteorological instrumentation. Selection will be based on academic standing and research potential. The award may be received more than once. Students apply by providing a transcript and two letters of recommendation indicating creativity and research potential to the chair of Land Resource Science by September 1.

Tommy Thompson Scholarship (Plant Agriculture)
In honour of the contributions of the late Tommy Thompson, OAC '36, White Rose Nurseries provides a scholarship of $1,000 to a student with high academic standing entering a graduate program in horticulture research. Preference will be given to students interested in ornamental horticulture. Apply to the chair, Department of Plant Agriculture, by June 1.

William Tolton Access Bursaries (Agricultural Economics and Business, Landscape Architecture)
William Tolton, a graduate of OAC in 1936, together with the Ontario government's OSOTF program, provides bursaries of up to $1500 each to OAC graduate students registered in the MLA and MBA programs in Landscape Architecture and Agricultural Economics and Business respectively. Apply to Student Financial Services by January 10 and include a completed Needs Assessment Form. ACCESS AWARD.

Toronto Milk Producer's Scholarship (Animal Science, Food Science, Animal Nutrition)
This scholarship, the gift of the Toronto Milk Producers Association, is based upon the income from securities of $20,000. Students registered in the first semester of a MSc program in the Departments of Animal and Poultry Science or Food Science will be eligible for the award. The research must be in the general field of animal science with particular reference to subjects related to dairy cattle and dairy products. The scholarship is valued at $4,000. The selection of the winner will be made by the OAC awards committee and the dean of Graduate Studies. Completed applications, accompanied by a transcript of record, should be made to the OAC dean by June 1.

Toronto Milk Producer's Scholarships (Agricultural Economics and Business)
These scholarships, the gift of the Toronto Milk Producers Association, are based upon the income from securities of approximately $32,000. Tuition fees, to be distributed among as many graduate students as is possible, will be paid for graduate students enrolled in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Business, whose research is related to the production, marketing or distribution aspects of the dairy industry. The scholarship is for one semester, subject to renewal. The selection of the winner(s) will be made by the OAC awards committee on recommendation of the chair of the department. Application is not required.

Gordon F. Townsend Scholarship (Apiculture)
In memory of professor Gordon F. Townsend, professor emeritus, Department of Environmental Biology and graduate of OAC in 1938, Mr. Donald McKinnon and Mrs. Stephanie Townsend McKinnon have established an award of $2,200 annually for an outstanding MSc or PhD student in apiculture. Preference will be given to students with an interest in international development. Application is not necessary.

Earnest Austin Weir Memorial Scholarship (OAC)
In memory of the late Earnest Austin Weir, OAC '12, a scholarship of $2,200 is available each year for entering graduate students in the areas of Land Resource Science, Rural Extension Studies, and Agricultural Economics and Business, Landscape Architecture and Rural Planning and Development who have at least a 'B+' average and will be conducting research on sustainable rural community development. Application is not necessary.

Oliver White Memorial Scholarship in Agriculture (Food Science)
In memory of Oliver White, a graduate of OAC '22, an award of $1,200 is provided by the OAC Alumni Foundation to a student entering the MSc program in food science with an interest in dairy food processing. Consideration will be given to academic standing, professional career interests and the financial resources of the applicants. Apply by letter to the chair, Department of Food Science, by June 1.

The Mary Edmunds Williams Scholarships (OAC)
Up to seven scholarships, valued at $10,000 each for two years, will be awarded to entering PhD students. The awards will be paid over two years with the second year of the scholarship requiring academic performance consistent with the requirements for the award and/or the continuing recommendation of the department. Additional scholarships of $5,000 for one year are awarded to PhD students in OAC departments or schools. Students with at least a first-class ('A-') average in previous academic years are eligible for consideration. Nominations will be made annually by each department or school to the OAC Awards Committee. Williams awards may be held for a maximum of three years. Preference will be given to students from the counties of Caenarvonshire and Anglesey in Wales. No application is necessary.


Reverend Charles Wood Scholarship
The late Reverend Charles Rowell Wood, OAC '38, with the aid of the Ontario Government's has established twelve scholarships of $2,500 each to graduate students in Rural Extension, Rural Community Design, Rural Community Development or Rural Planning. Academic performance in the previous year of study and financial need based on the distribution of funding will be used to determine the recipents. Apply to Student Financial Services with a completed Needs Assessment Form by January 10. ACCESS AWARD.

         



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