IX. Scholarships and Other Awards

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

In-course Travel Grants

Frank E. Wolff International Scholarships [T0313]
The late Frank E. Wolff was a faculty member and a graduate of O.A.C. He was active in the O.A.C. Alumni Foundation and in the establishment of the O.A.C. Alumni Foundation. This scholarship fund was established in memory of Frank E. Wolff, Mr. A.O. Wolff and family. As a faculty member, he studied the techniques of artificial insemination of cattle in Denmark and upon his return in 1939, employed these techniques in the O.A.C. herd. To be considered for this award, students must apply for the J. Ross Cavers International Scholarship by May 15.
Ron Wolff - friends and associates
Qualification(s): Students who have an interest in International Agriculture. The scholarships will be awarded to students with a minimum of a 70% standing over the first 4 semester levels of the B.Sc.(Agr.) program. Students must register for the International Field Study course (AGR*2500) in the year the award is received.
Amount: Up to 5 awards of $600
O.A.C. '54 International Study Scholarship [T0586]
Established in memory of Beth Duncan to support students participating in an exchange program, study abroad semester, or a field trip course. Submit a letter (of not more than two pages) outlining the intended international study program, reasons for choosing the program and the anticipated benefits of participation. Letters should also include a brief summary of extracurricular and student related activities. Letters of reference will be considered. Apply to the O.A.C. Awards Office by May 15, no more than two semesters prior to the commencement of the program.
Class of O.A.C. '54
Qualification(s): Currently registered students in O.A.C. who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents with a minimum 75% cumulative program average who intend to participate in an exchange program, semester abroad, or field trip course.
Amount: 2 awards of $2,000
Varley and Lyon Exchange Scholarships [T0298]
Miss Bertha Manent of New York City has established five or more Mrs. Lillie-Jane Lyon Varley and Clarence D. Lyon Exchange scholarships. Apply to the O.A.C. Awards office by May 15 and include a letter from the Dean or Director approving the proposed program of study.
Miss Bertha Manent
Qualification(s): O.A.C. students who are pursuing a course of study for one or two semesters at another college or faculty of agriculture in Canada or in another country. Such course of study must lead to the degree of B.Sc.(Agr.), B.Comm. in Agricultural Business or the Diploma in Agriculture at the University of Guelph.
Amount: 3 awards of $750
University of Guelph
50 Stone Road East
Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1