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Undergraduate Scholarships

SoE Travel Scholarship

Eligibility: Year 2, 3, 4 School of the Environment student enrolled in a study abroad or Destination Science course; year 2 and 3 students must be returning to an SOE program for the subsequent year of study; must be in good standing. 
Value: up to $1000 to support student costs associated with ancillary fees for participation in study abroad or field-based short courses in SOE. Regular field schools are not eligible for this award. 

Applicants are required to apply through the following form to the School of the Environment. A presentation by the successful student(s) to the Jull Club membership highlighting the benefits may be required after completion of the field experience. A student can receive the SoE Travel Fund Award only once. 

Deadline: March 20, 2020

To apply, please navigate to:
https://www.uwindsor.ca/science/environment/641/school-environment-travel-scholarship.

Robert Kingsley Jull Memorial Scholarship

Eligibility: Year 2 Honours Environmental Science student; minimum 8.0 GPA
Value: approximately $2000

An annual award for academic excellence. Not tenable with other major awards. Established by friends and family in memory of Dr. Robert K. Jull, Head of the Department of Geology, who died in an aircraft accident while doing geological field research in 1979. 

Conrad P. Gravenor Memorial Scholarship

Eligibility: School of the Environment student registered in ESCI-1100 and ESCI-1111
Value: approximately $100

An annual award for overall high performance in Year 1. 

Andrew Douglas Bowlby Scholarship in Geography

Eligibility: Year 2, 3 or 4; minimum 8.0 GPA
Value: approximately $400

Awarded for academic excellence in courses relating to the Canadian environment and/or resource management. 

Margo (Takacs) and Rowland Marshall Award in Environmental Science or Geoscience

Eligibility: Year 4 Honours Environmental Science thesis student; minimum 8.0 GPA

Awarded to the student with the best thesis project. Candidates are required to carry out an original research project under the supervision of a faculty member and write a thesis on their results.

Windsor Family Credit Union Environmental Studies Scholarship

Eligibility: Year 1 Environmental Studies student; cumulative average 78%; demonstrated financial need

Candidates must also be Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents (includes those with Protected Persons status) who meet OSAP residency requirements.

Deadline: February 15.

Earth Science Applications for Sustainable Development (2 awards)

Eligibility: Year 3 or 4 School of the Environment thesis student; thesis topic and experiential learning in sustainable development required

Preference to select one female and one male applicant each year. The successful applicant(s) will be selected in a competition established and conducted by a committee under the supervision of the Director of the School of the Environment. Applicants must submit a 300 word summary and budget for their research. An interview may be required. Information regarding sustainable development can be found at www.uwindsor.ca/people/franks. Apply online.

Windsor Port Authority - Jack Atchinson Award

Eligibility: Year 2, 3 or 4 Environmental Science student; minimum 73% GPA; demonstrated financial need; area of study concentrated in marine environments or Great Lakes

Cannot hold both Port Authority awards concurrently.

Deadline: October 31.

Windsor Port Authority Award

Eligibility: current Environmental Science student; minimum 73% GPA; demonstrated financial need; area of study concentrated in marine environments or Great Lakes

Cannot hold both Port Authority awards concurrently.

Deadline: October 31.

Peter and Jean Sonnenfeld Award (2 awards)

Eligibility: Year 2, 3 or 4 Environmental Science student, minimum cumulative average of 76%; proven financial need
Value: $5000

Deadline: October 31.


To apply online, please visit the Student Awards page - Scholarships & Bursaries.