Prizes and Awards

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Nathan Alberts Memorial Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: An award of at least $250 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Philosophy to a third year Fredericton campus student having taken at least 24 credit hours in Philosophy, judged to combine academic excellence with significant contribution to the life of the Philosophy Department. The prize is funded by friends of the late Nathan Alberts. 

Bernice Alderman Memorial Prize in Psychology

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conditions: A prize of approximately $150 to be awarded to an outstanding student on the Saint John campus graduating in an honours program in Psychology. The prize is funded by friends of the late M. Bernice (Gorman) Alderman, an honours student. 

Alumni Medal

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A medal is offered each year by The Associated Alumni to the most outstanding Latin scholar among the undergraduates. The award is made by the Society upon the recommendation of the Department of Classics and Ancient History. No student may receive the medal twice. 

Ambassador of Austria's Prize I

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conditions: A book prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Cluture and Language Studies to the best student or students in German. The prize is donated by the Government of Austria. 

Ambassador of Austria's Prize II

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conditions: A book prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Humanities and Languages (German section) to a student on the Saint John campus, who has shown a high level of achievement and interest in the language and civilization of German-speaking countries. The prize has been funded by the Government of Austria. 

Ambassador of France's Prize I

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conditions: A book prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of French to a graduating student who has shown a high level of achievement and interest in literature courses taken for upper year credit. The prize has been funded by the Government of France and is open to students on the Fredericton campus. 

Ambassador of France's Prize II

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conditions: A book prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Humanities and Languages (French Section) to a student who has shown a high level of achievement and interest in courses taken for upper year credit. The prize has been funded by the Government of France and is open to students on the Saint John campus. 

Ambassador of Spain's Prize I

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A book prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Culture and Language Studies to a student on the Fredericton campus who has demonstrated a high level of achievement and interest in first year Spanish. The prize has been funded by the Government of Spain. 

Ambassador of Spain's Prize II

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A book prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department Culture and Language Studies to a student on the Fredericton campus who has shown a high level of achievement and interest in advanced level language and literature courses. The prize has been funded by the Government of Spain. 

Ambassador of Switzerland's Prize (French)

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conditions: A book prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Humanities and Languages (French Section) to the Saint John campus student who has made the greatest progress in mastering the French language since entering the University. The prize has been funded by the Government of Switzerland. 

Ambassador of Switzerland's Prize (French)

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conditions: A book prize in French awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of French to the graduating students who have made the greatest progress in mastering the French language since entering the University. The prizes are open to students on the Fredericton campus, are funded by the Government of Switzerland. 

Ambassador of Switzerland's Prize (German)

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conditions: A book prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Humanities and Languages (German Section) to a Saint John campus student who has shown a high level of achievement in either German 1000 or German 2000. The prize has been funded by the Government of Switzerland. 

Ambassador of Switzerland's Prize (German)

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conditions: A book prize in German awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department Culture and Language Studies to the graduating students who have made the greatest progress in mastering the German language since entering the University. The prizes are open to students on the Fredericton campus, are funded by the Government of Switzerland. 

Marion Anderson Memorial Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: One or more prizes totalling at least $1200, awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of English to an outstanding student or students entering the Junior level (61-90 ch) Honours program in English Literature on the Fredericton campus. The prize is funded by Ethel Anderson. 

Nels Anderson Prize in Sociology

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of a minimum value of $125 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Sociology to the student majoring or honouring in Sociology on the Fredericton campus entering final year (completed 90 to 110 ch) with the highest standing in Sociology courses (minimum 24 ch which must include the 3rd year required courses). The prize has been funded by faculty members in the Department of Sociology. 

Anthropology Book Prize

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conditions: A book to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Anthropology to the best graduating honours student in anthropology on the Fredericton campus. The prize is funded by the Department of Anthropology. 

Archaeology Book Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A book to be awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Anthropology to a graduating honours student on the Fredericton campus who demonstrates successful academic performance in archaeology. The prize is funded by the Department of Anthropology. 

Dr. A. G. Bailey Alumni Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $250 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the History Department to a student entering the Senior level (91-120 ch) who has attained high academic standing and also demonstrated a wide interest in History. This prize is funded by the Associated Alumni. 

Biological Anthropology Book Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A book to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Anthropology to a graduating honours student on the Fredericton Campus who demonstrates outstanding academic performance in Biological Anthropology. The prize is funded by the Department of Anthropology. 

Bruno Bobak Prize in Applied Arts

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $300 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Office of the Dean of Arts to a Fredericton campus student enrolled in the Bachelor of Applied Arts degree program who has the highest cumulative GPA in at least 6ch of Culture Studies and Art History courses completed during the year of the award. The prize is funded by the late Colin B. Mackay. 

British High Commissioner's Prize

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conditions: A book prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of History and Politics. The prize will be awarded alternately to the student with the highest course mark in POLS 2530, The Government of Great Britain, and the student with the highest course mark in HIST 1150, The History of Modern Britain. The prize has been funded by the British High Commissioner and is open to students on the Saint John campus. 

Sam & Elenore Budovitch Prize in The Humanities

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conditions: A prize of approximately $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Humanities and Languages to an outstanding student who achieves high standing in Classics courses. The prize has been funded by the late Elenore Budovitch. 

Sandra Budovitch Memorial Prize

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conditions: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Budovitch have established an award in memory of their daughter, Sandra. The prize, having a value of approximately $175, will be given annually to the graduating student having the highest average in Honours Sociology. 

Edwin Botsford Busteed Memorial Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $675, bequeathed by the late Mrs. Elliott Henderson Busteed, is to be given to a student having the highest standing in Junior level (61-90 ch) Economics. 

Bliss Carman Memorial Prize

U/G(S)(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $250 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of English to an undergraduate submitting the best group of six poems of not more than forty lines each. No student may win the scholarship more than twice. The prize is funded by the late Dr. Lorne Pierce. 

Erskine Ireland Carter Memorial Prize in Psychology

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conditions: A prize of $2,600 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Psychology to the student on the Saint John campus who is entering the final year in Psychology and has attained high academic standing, and shown exemplary service to the university community. The prize has been funded by family and friends of the late Erskine Ireland Carter (BA Honours Psychology, UNB, 1992, and was enrolled in MBA). He was an outstanding student in Psychology and Business Administration on the Saint John campus, and who epitomized scholastic excellence and strength of character. 

W. S. Carter Memorial Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $240, established by the late Mrs. W.S. Carter, is given to an outstanding student in Freshman level (1-30 ch) English. 

Robert Ellis Dieuaide Cattley Prize in Classics

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize in memory of the late Dr. R.E.D. Cattley, long-time Professor and Head of the Department of Classics and Ancient History, and Professor Emeritus, to be awarded annually to the undergraduate student or students in the Arts Faculty on the Fredericton Campus who have successfully completed 30 ch of courses with at least 6 ch of introductory Classics courses offered by the Department. The prize will be awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Classics and Ancient History and will be based on the student's overall interest and academic performance. The prize is funded by the family of Dr. Cattley, and by friends, colleagues, and former students. 

James K. Chapman Prize in History

U/G(S) (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of History for the outstanding presentation of a historical topic in such alternative forms as voice recordings, video tapes, games analyses, or computer projects. The prize has been established by Professor James K. Chapman to promote forms of expression in historical study other than written essays. 

Rhoda Chapman Memorial Prize

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conditions: Two prizes of $1750 each to be awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Undergraduate Committee in the Department of History, to Fredericton campus students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and have shown promise in at least one undergraduate or graduate course in the field of art history. At least one annual prize will normally be awarded to a student who has not yet completed more than 66 credit hours at the time of the award. The prize has been established to commemorate Rhoda Chapman's love of art, to reward students for outstanding achievement and to encourage further study in the field of art history. Rhoda Chapman was the wife of the late James K. Chapman, Professor of History, UNB Fredericton. 

Dr. Anne Compton Creative Writing Prize in Poetry

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conditions: A $500 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the members of the Discipline of English in the Department of Humanities and Languages to a full-time or part-time student on the Saint John campus who demonstrates excellence in the creation of poetry. The prize is funded by Dr. Gordon Chapman. 

Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany Prize

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conditions: Two book prizes to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Humanities and Languages (German section) to Saint John campus students who have shown a high level of achievement in German 1000 and German 2000 respectively. These prizes have been funded by the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany. 

Dept. of Culture & Language Studies Third Century Award

U (DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of approximately $450 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Culture and Language Studies to a Fredericton campus student who has completed second year Spanish courses with distinction and is enrolled in third or fourth year Spanish courses. Preference will be given to students planning to complete Single or Joint Honours or a Single or Double Major in Spanish. The prize has been funded by members of the Department of Culture and Language Studies. A student may receive this award more than once. 

Marshall D'Avray Prize in English Literature

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conditions: This prize of $500 was made available through a legacy of the late Joseph Whitman Bailey of the class of 1884 to provide a prize in English Literature in memory of his grandfather, Joseph Marshall d'Avray, sometime Professor of Modern Languages at UNB 1848-1872. The prize is to be awarded annually to an undergraduate student in one of the regular courses of the Junior level (61-90 ch) who has shown the most promise in the subject of English Literature. The award is made on the recommendation of the Chair of the Department of English. 

Department of English Book Token Prize

U(DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A certificate for the purchase of book(s) to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of English, Fredericton, to the student who produces the best essay in a 1000-level English course and is in the second or higher year of study. The prize is funded by the Department of English. 

Dept. of French Prz. Graduates High School Immersion French

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize to be awarded to the student on the Fredericton campus, graduate of a High School Immersion Program, whom the Department of French considers to have done the most satisfactory work (6 ch) in French 1184 and French 1194. The prize has been sponsored by the Department of French. 

Dept. of Humanities & Languages Prize in English

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conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded on the recommendation of the members of the English discipline Saint John campus, to the student who has achieved the highest standing over at least 24 ch of courses in English completed within the first 90 ch. The prize is funded by the Department of Humanities and Languages. 

Dept. of Humanities & Languages Prize in Philosophy

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conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Humanities and Languages (Philosophy Discipline) to the student who has achieved the highest standing over at least 24 ch of courses in Philosophy completed within the first 90 ch. The prize is funded by the Department of Humanities and Languages. 

Cyrus and Anne Eaton Prize in American Studies

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Prizes in American History and American Literature, awarded annually to the student or students in the graduating class judged to have done the most distinguished work in American studies. The awards will be determined by a committee of professors from the different Departments offering courses in American studies. 

English Departmental Essay Prizes

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Prize I - A prize of $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of English to a student on the Fredericton campus who has completed the normal requirements for the first year of the program in which the student is registered, and has written an outstanding essay in any English course in that year.

Prize II - A prize of $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of English to a student on the Fredericton campus who has completed the normal requirements for the second year of the program in which the student is registered, and has written an outstanding essay in any English course in that year.

Prize III - A prize of $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of English to a student on the Fredericton campus who has completed the normal requirements for the third year of the program in which the student is registered, and has written an outstanding essay in any English course in that year. The prizes have been funded by the English Departmental Prize Fund.

 

Prize IV - A prize of $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of English to a student on the Fredericton campus who has completed the normal requirements for the fourth year of the program in which the student is registered and has written an outstanding essay in any English course in that year. The prize has been funded by the English Departmental Prize Fund. 

Barbara Elizabeth Fisher Founder Prize in Psychology

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Normally one prize of $200 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Saint John Psychology Department to the student who presents the best Psychology Honours thesis. However, the prize may also be awarded to more than one student. The prize has been funded by the Saint John Psychology Department to honour Professor B. E. Fisher, the founder of the Psychology Department on the Saint John campus. 

Archdeacon Forsyth Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An award of $200, established by the late Archdeacon David Forsyth, is given to the English Literature student who displays the greatest proficiency in the knowledge of English Literature. Presented on the recommendation of the Chair of the Department of English. 

Norman S. Fraser Prize in Arts

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conditions: A prize of $340 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Arts to the student with the highest standing in the Junior and Senior years of Bachelor of Arts program. The prize has been funded by the late Norman S. Fraser. 

Ralph St. J. and Charles E. Freeze Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $180 bequeathed by the late J. Arthur Freeze to be given to an outstanding scholar in Sophomore level (31-60 ch) English. 

Gilberte Gagnon Memorial Prize

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conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of French to the graduating student on the Fredericton campus who has, in the opinion of the Department, shown the highest achievement in the study of French linguistics. The prize has been funded by the Department of French. 

German Book Prize

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conditions: A book to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Culture and Language Studies to an undergraduate or graduate student on the Fredericton campus who demonstrates outstanding performance in German language, literature or translation. 

German Language Prize

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conditions: A prize of $150 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Culture and Language Studies to the best second-year Fredericton campus student (those taking specific full-year courses with 2000 numbers) in German. The prize has been funded by Departmental Faculty members. 

Graham Prize in Military History

U/G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A $200 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of History, for the best essay by a student on the Fredericton campus in an undergraduate seminar in war history. The prize has been endowed by friends, colleagues, and students of Dr. D.S. Graham in recognition of his contribution to scholarship. 

Paul Frederick Graham Memorial Prize

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conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded annually in memory of Paul Frederick Graham, a former student at UNB. The prize is awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Political Science to an outstanding graduating student on the Fredericton Campus who, on graduation in Political Science, has the best academic record in the final year of the program. The prize has been funded by the family of Paul Frederick Graham. 

Dr. Vicky Gray Memorial Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $650 prize awarded annually to a Fredericton campus student engaged in full or part-time study who is entering the final year of the current degree program and has a continuing interest in and commitment to Women's Studies. The recipient normally will have completed the introductory course in Women's Studies and be enrolled in the Minor, Double Major or Joint Honours program in Women's Studies or a comparable course of studies. A minimum grade point average of 3.0 in the last 30 credit hours undertaken is required. The prize is funded by the Estate and Friends of Dr. Vicky Gray. apply: Co-ordinator of Women's Studies, UNB, by April 15. A Selection Committee composed of the Coordinator of the Women's Studies Program, a representative of the Estate of Dr. Vicky Gray, and two other members of the Women's Studies Program will select the recipient. 

F. Howard Grimmer Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $200 bequeathed by Miss Bessie T. Grimmer for proficiency in the courses required for the Freshman level in the Faculty of Arts as selected by the University authorities. 

Amelia Hall Memorial Prize

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conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the members of the Discipline of English in the Department of Humanities and Languages to a student at the Saint John campus entering the fourth year (90 to 120 ch) who has shown academic promise in prior courses in Dramatic Literature and/or Theatre Arts. The prize has been established by Mrs. M.A. MacDonald in memory of Amelia Hall, distinguished Canadian actress for many years with the Stratford Festival, and one of its founding members. 

J. Carlisle Hanson Prize in Rights, Freedoms, and the Media

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An $800 prize awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Arts Council Committee on Prizes, to a Fredericton campus student enrolled in an undergraduate Arts program who writes an outstanding essay on a subject related to the intersection of media and law (e.g. freedom of speech, particularly freedom of the press; regulatory policy; media and international human rights; copyright or intellectual property rights in the information age; information technology and privacy). Preference will be given to a paper written by a student in the Law in Society Program. This prize is funded by James Carlisle Hanson, Q.C. (BA ’46, BCL '51) of Ottawa, to commemorate his dedication to the protection of free speech. 

Richard Burpee Hanson Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $450 prize to be awarded annually to a male student, other than a Beaverbrook Scholar, who has registered for the full Junior level (61-90 ch) in the Faculty of Arts, having completed the Freshman (1-30 ch) and Sophomore level (31-60 ch) in Arts at the University of New Brunswick or the sophomore level (31-60 ch) in Arts at such University and who has made the highest grades in English and History in the Sophomore level (31-60 ch) in Arts. The prize is funded by Mrs. R.B. Hanson. 

W. H. Harrison Prize for Conversational French UNBF

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of French to the graduating Fredericton campus student who has shown the highest achievement in the oral skills of French. The prize has been funded by the estate of the late W.H. Harrison. Students whose first language is French are not eligible. 

W. H. Harrison Prize for Conversational French UNBSJ

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Humanities and Languages to the graduating Saint John campus student who has shown the highest achievement in the oral skills of French. The prize has been funded by the estate of the late W.H. Harrison. Students whose first language is French are not eligible. 

Richard B. Hatfield Prize in Political Science

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conditions: The Honourable Richard B. Hatfield (1931-1991), Premier of the Province of New Brunswick from 1970 to 1987, established an endowment fund, the proceeds of which are to be used for awarding annually the Richard B. Hatfield Prize in Political Science to the graduating student who obtains the highest average in the courses required for the Majors or Honours programs in Political Science. The prize is awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Political Science. The recipient must have achieved at least second class standing and may not be a double majors candidate for a degree. 

I.O.D.E. Provincial Chapter Prize in History

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: Two annual prizes of $100 have been donated by the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire, Provincial Chapter, to be awarded on each campus to a Junior level (61-90 ch) student with the highest standing in British and/or Commonwealth History. 

Institute of Public Admin. of Saint John Branch Prize

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conditions: A prize of books and money to be awarded on an annual basis to a mature or part-time Saint John campus student based on performance in the internship programs such as POLS 4610 - Urban Studies Internship, or POLS 4612 - Urban Government Workshop. Selection of the winner will be based on the recommendation of the instructors of Economics, Political Science and Public Administration. The prize is funded by the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (Saint John Branch). 

International Development Studies Essay Book Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A book to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the IDS Faculty Committee to the undergraduate student on the Fredericton campus who has written the best essay in an IDS core course. The prize is funded by the IDS program. 

International Development Studies Honours Book Prize

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conditions: A book to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the IDS Faculty Committee to the undergraduate student on the Fredericton campus who has written the best Honours thesis. The prize is funded by the IDS program. 

Dr. Cecil Charles Jones New Brunswick History Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded annually to an undergraduate Fredericton campus student, on the recommendation of the Department of History, for an outstanding essay or report focusing on the founders of a New Brunswick community. This project would be completed as part of a History course requirement. Preference will be given to studies on the founders of Monckton township. This prize is funded by Les Bowser, in honour of Dr. Cecil Charles Jones. A former UNB President, Dr. Jones was a descendant of five of the Pennsylvania- German families who founded Monckton township in 1766. 

Dr. W. C. Keirstead Memorial Prize in Philosophy

U/G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: This prize of $250 has been established by the Associated Alumni in memory of Dr. W.C. Keirstead, formerly a professor of Philosophy at the University of New Brunswick. It is awarded to a full or part-time student, who, having completed at least twenty-four credit hours in Philosophy, eighteen of which are at an advanced level, graduates with an undergraduate Bachelor's degree during the academic year of the award, and achieves the highest average of those eligible for this prize. The prize is to be awarded in alternate years to a student either on the Saint John or the Fredericton campus. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department of Philosophy and of the professors of Philosophy in the Department of Humanities and Languages. 

Dr. W. C. Keirstead Prize in Economics

U/G(S) (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Economics to the undergraduate student who has submitted the best research essay. The prize has been donated by Mr. and Mrs. James E. Porter. 

Murray Kinloch Memorial Prize in Linguistics

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: An annual prize awarded, at the discretion of the Linguistics Committee, to a student on the Fredericton campus with a distinguished record in linguistics. It is not restricted to majors or honours students in Linguistics. The prize is funded by friends and colleagues of the late Dr. Murray Kinloch. 

Doris LeBlanc Prize in French

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $150 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of French to a first- or second-year full-time student on the Fredericton campus whose first language is French and who has completed at least 6 credit hours of courses in French and has obtained grades of A- or above in each course. This prize was established by Doris LeBlanc, the first woman Chair of the Department of French. 

Angela Ludan Levine Memorial Book Prize

U/G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A book prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of English for the most impressive creative work by a Fredericton campus graduate or undergraduate student in the English Department during the academic year. The prize has been funded by Dr. Larry Levine. 

Douglas & Susan Leyden Creative Writing Prize 

conditions: A $500 prize awarded on the recommendation of the faculty members of the Discipline of English in the Department of Humanities and Languages to a student on the Saint John campus who shows promise in the area of creative writing. The prize is funded by Douglas Leyden, BBA 1967 and Susan Leyden BA (History) 1985, BEd 1986.

Gillian Liebenberg Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of History on the Fredericton campus to a mature female student who has demonstrated scholastic excellence in history. 

Prize in Memory of Mary Louise & Francis J. Lynch

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conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of History and Politics in consultation with the History faculty members to the student with the highest standing in introductory Canadian History on the Saint John Campus. The prize has been funded by Miss Mary Louise Lynch, a long-time member of the Board of Governors of the University, in honour of her parents. 

John D. MacCallum Memorial Prize

U/G

conditions: A prize with a minimum of $100 awarded to the student on the Saint John campus who attains the highest grade in a course involving Municipal Government (at least A-). Courses to be considered in descending order of priority are Provincial and Municipal relations, the Government of Metropolitan Areas, and Canadian Municipal Government. If none of these courses is offered in any given year, the prize would be awarded for a course closely related to one of these. Funded by friends of the late John D. MacCallum. 

William Stuart Macfarlane Prize

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of up to $5000 to be awarded annually to a student or students entering their graduating year on the Fredericton campus who, in the opinion of the Department of Classics and Ancient History is/are the best classical scholar/scholars in Latin and Greek. The prize is funded by Mrs. Annie Macfarlane Logan. 

Neil MacGill Prize in Business Ethics

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Philosophy (UNBF) to a student with the highest standing (at least A-) in the Philosophy Department's introductory course in Business Ethics. One prize is to be awarded in each of the fall and winter terms when the course is offered. The prize has been funded by friends and colleagues of Professor Neil MacGill. 

Fred Magee Prize (UNBF)

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: Two annual prizes of $300 each established by the late Dr. Fred Magee. One prize to be awarded in each of the Freshman (1-30 ch) and Junior (61-90 ch) levels, to a Fredericton campus student who is not of French origin, whose work in both conversational and written French is, in the opinion of the Department of French, most satisfactory. 

Fred Magee Prize (UNBSJ)

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conditions: An annual prize of $200 established by the late Dr. Fred Magee to be awarded at the Sophomore (31-60 ch) level, to a Saint John campus student who is not of French origin, whose work in both conversational and written French is, in the opinion of the French Section, Department of Humanities and Languages, most satisfactory. 

Malleson Prize in Imperial & Commonwealth Military History

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $250 prize will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the History department to an honours or majors student in History on the Fredericton campus for the best essay in military history with particular emphasis on the role of imperial and/or Commonwealth military forces for the period commencing with the 20th century. This will encompass the Boer War, the World Wars, the Korean War, peacekeeping missions, and post-Cold War conflicts and operations. 

Henry J. Marquis Prize

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conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Arts to a graduating Saint John campus student who achieves high standing in a designated course in the area of law or legal studies. The prize is funded by the family and friends of the late Henry J. Marquis, Q.C. (BCL '54). 

Chester Martin Prize in History

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of History, to a student entering the History majors or honours program on the Fredericton campus of the University of New Brunswick who, during the first 60 ch, achieves a high average grade in twelve to eighteen credit hours in History, and an overall grade point average of at least 3.50. The prize was named by Dr. Alfred G. Bailey in memory of Chester Martin, a graduate of the University of New Brunswick and Canada's first Rhodes Scholar, who was for many years Head of the History Department at the University of Toronto. 

W. A. G. McAndrew Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: An annual prize in honour of the late Dr. W.A.G. McAndrew, professor of French and Head of the Department of Romance Languages, to be awarded to the student on the Fredericton campus whom the Department of French considers to have done the most satisfactory work in two courses (six ch) at the sophomore level (31 - 60 ch) in French as a second language. The prize has been sponsored by the French Department. 

Peter McGahan Prize in Sociology

U/G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded annually to a student on the Saint John campus who has completed an honors program in Sociology and has produced the best honours thesis as deemed by the faculty members of the Department of Social Science at UNBSJ. The prize is funded by Elizabeth McGahan. 

Nan McLellan Memorial Prize in Art History

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conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Humanities and Languages based on academic performance to the best student in courses in Art History. The award commemorates a former University librarian, a well-known supporter of community and cultural activities in the greater Saint John area. The prize is being funded by friends of the late Nan McLellan. 

Senator Muriel McQueen Fergusson Memorial Prize in History

U/G(S)(DVF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $350 to be awarded annually to an undergraduate Fredericton campus student, on the recommendation of the Department of History, for an outstanding essay in Women's History. This essay would be part of a History course requirement. Candidates may be enrolled in any undergraduate degree program. The prize is named in honour of the first woman Speaker of the Senate. The prize has been funded by Dr. Gillian Thompson. 

Muriel Miller Award in Creative Writing

U/G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A medal and a monetary award to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of English to the most promising undergraduate student on the Fredericton campus in the Department of English in its Creative Writing Program. Preference will be given to residents of Atlantic Canada. The award has been established by Michael and Brian Miner in memory of their mother, the late Muriel Miller, a New Brunswick born creative writer who wrote Bliss Carman's biography, and was a graduate of UNB in English. 

Montgomery - Campbell Prize

U/G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: This prize was awarded for the first time to the Graduating Class of 1880 and has been offered annually since in memory of George Montgomery-Campbell, sometime Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge and Professor of Classics in UNB from 1861 until his death in 1871. Through the generosity of the Executors of the Estates of Colonel Henry Montgomery-Campbell and General Herbert Montgomery-Campbell, a trust fund has been established to provide for this prize in perpetuity. This prize has an annual value of up to $1,650 and will be awarded to a student or students on the Fredericton campus in the following order of priority: 1) to a student for Junior level (61-90 ch) Latin and Greek or for Junior level Latin only, if there are no eligible students in Greek; 2) to the best qualified student in the Classics Department registered as an Honours or Majors student in Classics; 3) to any other Junior or Senior level student taking courses in the Department of Classics; 4) to the student with the highest standing in the penultimate year of a Bachelor's degree program, regardless of Faculty. 

Barbara Pepperdene Essay Prize

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $750 to be awarded at Encaenia on the recommendation of the Department of Sociology to any graduating student on the Fredericton campus for an outstanding essay in any Sociology course. The prize is funded by Dr. Barbara Pepperdene. 

Barbara Pepperdene Prize for Substantive Inquiry

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $750 to be awarded in the Fall on the recommendation of the Department of Sociology to a continuing student on the Fredericton campus for an outstanding assignment from the previous academic year which examines issues central to the strengths in the Department. The prize is funded by Dr. Barbara Pepperdene. 

Picaroons Essay Prize in History

conditions: A prize of $1000 will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of History to a student on the Fredericton campus for the best essay in a History course dealing with any aspect of the history of beer or brewing in New Brunswick. If no essay is selected on that subject, a $500 prize will be awarded for an essay dealing with any aspect of the history of brewing – industry, consumption, leisure, culture, or regulation – in any field of history. This prize is funded by Picaroons Traditional Ales.

Politics Class of 1995 Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of faculty in the discipline to an outstanding student in Politics on the Saint John campus who has completed 60 credit hours in the B.A. program. This prize is funded from the proceeds of the sales of "Rebuilding National Political Parties" (1997), a book published by Prof. Don Desserud's senior students. 

Douglas R. Pullman Prize in Sociology

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize has been established in honour of the contribution of Douglas R. Pullman to the development of Sociology at UNB. It will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Sociology to the graduating student on the Fredericton campus with a Major in Sociology. The award would be made on the discretion of the Department of Sociology. The prize has been established by colleagues of Dr. Douglas Pullman. 

Tom Riesterer Memorial Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of at least $200 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of English to the student who has written the best undergraduate or graduate essay for the Fredericton campus UNB English Department. The prize has been funded by the family of Tom Riesterer. 

Sir Charles G. D. Roberts Memorial Prize

U/G(S) (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $400 to be awarded for the best short story submitted by an undergraduate. The stories are to be submitted to the Chair of the Department of English. 

Eunice White Robertson Memorial Prize

U/G(S)(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $1000 prize awarded annually to a female student who has made a careful investigation of some subject of local history of the Province of New Brunswick selected by the Department of History of the University, and has submitted a competent essay thereon, and has obtained a high standing in the History courses of the Junior level (61-90 ch) at the University. The essay is to be the principal criterion of the award, although the student's class standing will also be considered. In the event that there are two qualified candidates, the prize may be divided equally between them. This prize is funded by Mrs. Phoebe W. R. Keiffer. 

Robert Fulton Ross Memorial Prize in Anthropology

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $90 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Arts to a graduating Fredericton campus student enrolled in a major or honours program in Anthropology who has submitted the best essay in Anthropology. The prize was donated by Mrs. Ann Hanley class of 1896, in memory of her father. 

Russian Book Prize

U

conditions: A book to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Culture and Language Studies to an undergraduate or graduate student on the Fredericton campus who demonstrates outstanding performance in any course or courses in Russian. 

Russian Language Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Culture and Language Studies to the best second-year Fredericton campus student (those taking specific full-year courses with 2000 numbers) in Russian. The prize has been funded by the Departmental Faculty members. 

Saint George Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $180, donated by the late Ellen F.P. Peake, to be awarded each year by the English Department for the highest standing in Sophomore level (31-60 ch) English. 

Sainz Family Spanish Award

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An award of $100 to be made annually on the recommendation of the Department of Culture and Language Studies to an outstanding student entering the Senior level (approximately 96 ch) Majors or Honours program in Spanish. Recipients must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants. The award has been donated by the Sainz Family. 

Irma Sainz & Marcia Koven Prize

U

conditions: A prize of $60 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Sociology discipline UNB Saint John to a mature student majoring or honouring in Sociology entering the final year at UNBSJ. Funded by Irma Sainz and Marcia Koven. 

Alvin J. Shaw Prize in Spanish

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department Culture and Language Studies to an outstanding student on the Fredericton campus who achieves high standing in a Majors or Honours program in Spanish and who has completed a minimum of 24 ch in that discipline. The prize has been funded by the late Professor Alvin J. Shaw. 

Alvin J. Shaw Prize in Theatre Arts

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $600 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Arts Council Committee on Scholarships and Prizes, to an outstanding  student on the Fredericton campus entering the final 30 ch of a Bachelor of Arts program leading to a major in English (Drama) or a Major in English with a Minor in Drama. The prize has been funded by the late Professor Alvin J. Shaw.

James Simonds Prize in History

U/G(S) (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: Sir Charters J. Simonds of London, England, has given to the University an amount to yield an annual income of $575, to establish "The James Simonds Prize in History", in honour of James Simonds, one of the original English settlers at the mouth of the Saint John River. The prize is awarded for the outstanding essay on any historical subject. 

Dr. Leonard Campbell Smith Mem. Prize for Ancient History

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: This prize is established in memory of the late Dr. L.C. Smith, Professor Emeritus of Classics and Ancient History, to be awarded annually to the student on the Fredericton campus with the highest standing in any 12 ch in ancient history and historiography, and classical archaeology. The award will be made on recommendation of the Department of Classics and Ancient History. It is funded by friends and colleagues of the late Dr. Smith. 

Snodgrass Honors Prize in Psychology

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $700 is awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Psychology to the honours Psychology student on the Fredericton campus entering final year in the Honors Programme with the highest standing in Psychology courses (minimum 24 ch). Part-time students are eligible. 

Snodgrass Student Travel Awards

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Open to Fredericton campus students with Honours in Psychology who are the first authors of a paper or poster presented at a peer-refereed psychological conference. A committee struck by the Chair of the Department of Psychology will recommend one or more awards to support travel to present an outstanding paper or poster at a national or international conference. The paper or poster must be judged, on the basis of a submitted abstract, to be of strong scholarly merit in terms of innovation, rigour, and potential to make a contribution to the discipline. Students are only eligible to receive one travel award during each academic year. Students must apply prior to attending the conference and must submit the abstract as well as written confirmation that the paper or poster has been accepted with their application. apply: The Psychology Department Chair, UNB Fredericton. Awarding Agency: Psychology Department, UNB Fredericton. donor: Snodgrass Fund to commemorate the contributions of Dr. Florence Snodgrass (BA 1924). deadline: May 1 and October 1. 

Dr. Florence Snodgrass Essay Prizes

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Two prizes of $300 each to be awarded annually to Fredericton campus students for an outstanding essay submitted in 3000/4000-level Psychology courses. Selection will be based on the quality of the papers in both content (scientific merit and originality) and written expression. These prizes have been funded by the Snodgrass Fund to commemorate the contribution of Dr. Florence Snodgrass (BA 1924). 

Dr. Florence Snodgrass Graduating Prize in Psychology

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $900 is awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Psychology for the best Psychology honours thesis on the Fredericton campus. This prize has been established by the Psychology Department in recognition of Dr. Snodgrass's (BA 1924) contribution to the Department and the University. 

Dr. Florence Snodgrass Memorial Prizes

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Up to six $100 prizes to be awarded annually to Fredericton campus students for their outstanding achievements in and contributions to each of the following second year psychology courses offered on the Fredericton campus: Psychology 2113 Introduction to Research and Statistical Methods in Psychology; Psychology 2203 Foundations of Developmental Psychology; Psychology 2403 Foundations of Social Psychology; Psychology 2603 Foundations of Learning, Memory, & Cognition; Psychology 2703 Foundations of Biological Psychology, and Psychology 2313 Foundations of Clinical Psychology. Students may receive more than one award in any given year. These prizes are funded by the Snodgrass Fund to commemorate the contributions of Dr. Florence Snodgrass (BA 1924). 

Department of Social Sciences Prize in Sociology

conditions: A $250 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the faculty members in the discipline of Sociology to a deserving Sociology major/honours student on the Saint John campus. The prize is funded by the faculty members in the discipline of Sociology.

Rabbi David Spiro Essay Prize

U/G(S) (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Arts Council Committee on Honours and Prizes, to a student enrolled in an undergraduate degree program on the Fredericton campus who writes a deserving essay relating to Jewish history, literature or contemporary affairs. The prize is provided by the congregation of the Sgoolai Israel Synagogue. 

Willie Stewart Prize in Arts 1000

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: This prize of $1,500 has been established by the late Professor Neil MacGill in honour of his teacher, friend and colleague, Dr. W.F.M. Stewart, Head of the Philosophy Department from 1959-1965 and a spectacular lecturer to large classes. It is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Dean of Arts to a student with high standing in ARTS 1000 in the Regular Session on the Fredericton campus. 

Willie Stewart Prize in Philosophy

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: This prize of $1,500 was established by the late Professor Neil MacGill in honour of his teacher, friend and colleague, Dr. W.F.M. Stewart, Head of the Philosophy Department from 1959-1965. It is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Philosophy to a student with high standing in an advanced level undergraduate course dealing with metaphysics on the Fredericton campus. 

The Department of English Form and Format Prize

conditions: One or more prizes totaling no less than $1000 are awarded on the recommendation of the Department of English to a Fredericton campus student or students who has completed the requirements for the first year of the Bachelor of Arts degree program and has demonstrated excellence in at least 6 credit hours of English. A nomination letter from the course instructor and a portfolio of the student's work, including essays and exams, is required in order to be considered for this prize. The prize is funded by the Department of English through proceeds from the sale of Form and Format. 

United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada New Brunswick Branch Prize for History

U

conditions: One prize with a minimum of $200 awarded to the student with the highest standing in Hist 3365 The Formation of Loyalist Canada. In the event that this course is not offered, the prize will be awarded to the student with the highest standing in the course most appropriate to an understanding of the Loyalists and their part in the development of Canada. This prize has been funded by the United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada New Brunswick Branch. 

Harry Velensky Prize

U/G(S) (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize valued at approximately $400 has been made available to the University through the generosity of Mr. Harry Velensky, and is to be awarded annually to an undergraduate for the best essay, other than an Honours Thesis, on the subject of human relations, with a view to the promotion of a better understanding between all peoples at all levels of society. 

Viator Award

U/G(A)

conditions: An annual award or awards of up to $2,000 for a student or students in Classics and/or Ancient History on the Fredericton campus who has/have successfully completed at least two years or the equivalent (a minimum of 12 ch or equivalent) in Latin or Greek. The award is to be used for participation in an approved program of overseas summer study, archeology or research, preferably in classical lands. It must be used within nine months of graduation. The award is to be made by the Department of Classics and Ancient History. The award has been established by Mary Ella Milham. 

David H. Walker Prize in Creative Writing

U/G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $1,000 to be awarded to a gifted undergraduate or graduate writer on the Fredericton campus. Applicants should submit a sample of their recent work (a short story or chapter of a novel, minimum 1500 words) to the Department of English. Past winners of this award are not eligible to enter the competition, and the work submitted cannot have previously won an award or prize. Finalists will be interviewed by the Selection Committee. The prize is funded by the family of the late David H. Walker. 

Mary Louise Whimster Memorial Prize

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of French to the graduating student on the Fredericton campus who has, in the opinion of the Department, shown the highest achievement in the study of Literature in the Department. The prize has been funded by the Department of French. 

Edna White Prize in Classics

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of up to $800 to be awarded annually to one or more students, graduate or undergraduate on the Fredericton campus, who continue their studies in Classics and Ancient History and are deemed by the Department of Classics and Ancient History to be worthy recipients of these awards. The prize is funded by the late Miss Edna White, Class of 1896 and LLD 1948. 

Ernest Allan Whitebone History Prize

U

conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the faculty members in History at UNB Saint John to an outstanding student on the Saint John campus who achieves high standing in a designated History course. The prize has been funded by the late Mrs. Elizabeth Whitebone. 

D. Gordon Willet Prize in History

G

conditions: An annual prize of $100 and a certificate, to be awarded to a graduating student specializing in History at UNBSJ who has shown proficiency in his/her studies. 

BPHIL

James Pataki Memorial Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $500 prize awarded annually to a student who has just completed the requirements for the first year of the Bachelor of Philosophy degree program and has developed and demonstrated his/her interest in musical or visual arts with plans to improve, promote and/or pursue their chosen artistic endeavours. The prize is funded by the family and friends of the late James Pataki. 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Business Administration Society Outstanding Student Award

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize donated by UNB Business Administration Society to be awarded annually to the outstanding student, studying on the Fredericton campus, in the fourth year of Business Administration. The prize is awarded on the basis of the student's participation in campus activities, scholastic standing, character and attitude. 

Glenn Carpenter Co-op Student of the Year

U

conditions: A $500 prize is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty of Business in consultation with the Co-op team, to a Saint John campus student who is enrolled in the Co-op option of the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program and has made a significant contribution to the Co-op Program. Consideration will also be given to scholastic attainment, extracurricular involvement and community volunteerism. The prize will be awarded during National Co-op Week and is funded by Tabufile Atlantic in memory of Glenn Carpenter. 

Erskine Ireland Carter Memorial Prize in Business Admin.

G

conditions: A prize of $2,600 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business to the graduating student in Business on the Saint John campus who has attained high academic standing, and has shown exemplary service to the university community. The prize has been funded by family and friends of the late Erskine Ireland Carter (BA Honours Psychology, UNB, 1992, and was enrolled in MBA). He was an outstanding student in Business Administration and Psychology on the Saint John campus, and he epitomized scholastic excellence and strength of character. 

Certified Management Accountants (CMA) Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: Two prizes of $1,000 each are awarded annually to students, one on the Fredericton campus and one on the Saint John campus, who have achieved the highest grade point average in the following courses: UNB Saint John - BA3235 Intermediate Accounting I, BA3236 Intermediate Accounting II, BA3224 Accounting for Managers III, BA2858 Introduction to Human Resource Management; UNB Fredericton -ADM3215 Intermediate Accounting I, ADM3216 Intermediate Accounting II, ADM3225 Cost Accounting, ADM3573 Organizational Design. Preference will be given to students intending to pursue the CMA designation. The recipients must not have received any other accounting award. Donor: CMA Canada. (The Society of Management Accountants of New Brunswick). 

CPMS Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $1000 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business Administration to Fredericton campus students enrolled in ADM 4450 or MBA 6450. Selection will be based on academic achievement, presentations, leadership, initiative, and commitment to teamwork. The recipients must demonstrate skill in the use of the CPMS Canadian Equity Market Service. This prize is funded by C.P.M.S. Computerized Portfolio Management Service Inc. 

Deloitte & Touche Prize in Accounting

U (DLF) (PVF)

duration: conditions: Two prizes of $1,000 each for students in the Business Administration degree program: one prize awarded to a full-time student on the Fredericton campus, and one prize awarded to a full-time student on the Saint John campus. Recipients must have high standing in Accounting courses, including Intermediate Accounting I (ADM 3215 - UNBF, BA 3235 - UNBSJ), and Intermediate Accounting II (ADM 3216 - UNBF, BA 3236 - UNBSJ), and have completed 90 ch of the BBA degree program at UNB. The prize is funded by Deloitte & Touche. 

Exmoor Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $500 is awarded annually to the Fredericton campus student enrolled in the Business Administration (BBA) program who attains the highest grade point average in the required courses in Finance and in Managerial Accounting. (Currently these are ADM 2413, ADM 3415 and ADM 2223). The courses must be taken at UNB but may be taken at any time during the year. All students who complete the final course of the group in the twelve months ending in May will be considered for this prize. (In the event of a tie, the student with the highest cumulative grade point average will be selected.) The prize has been funded by Mr. S.S. Mullin. 

Faculty of Business Prize

U

conditions: A prize of $450 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business, on the basis of academic achievement and overall contribution to campus and community life, to an outstanding student, who is enrolled in the BBA program on the Saint John campus and has completed two years of study towards the BBA degree. The prize is being funded by faculty members and friends of the Faculty of Business. 

Bernard and Lillian Freeman Prize

conditions: A $750 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business Administration to the Fredericton campus student who achieves the highest standing after completing the first year of studies in the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program. The prize is funded by the estate of Lillian Freeman.

Paul Hazelhurst Memorial Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $110 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business Administration, to a student entering the second year of the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program on the Fredericton campus. This award will be made to an outstanding student who, at the end of the regular academic year in which he or she completes 30 ch, has achieved the highest sessional grade point average. This prize has been funded by the friends of the late Paul Edward Hazlehurst. 

Irving Supply Chain Case Competition Prize

(DLF)(PVF)

duration: A $2500 prize is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business to a team of Saint John campus students who present the best solution to a supply chain problem. The prize is funded by J.D. Irving, Limited. 

R. Wayne Jollineau Prize in Business

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $1,250 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business, to a student graduating from the Faculty of Business on the Saint John Campus showing high academic achievement and overall contribution to campus life, in particular to the enhancement of student life in this program. The prize is named for Professor R. Wayne Jollineau, who in his 25 years on the Saint John Campus was instrumental in the establishment of the four-year BBA and the Business Co-op program, as well as ensuring UNBSJ's participation in the MBA program. The prize is funded by faculty, staff, family, friends and former students of Professor Jollineau. 

Peter Jollymore Award in E-Business and Commerce

U

conditions: A prize of $1,000 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business to a Saint John campus student enrolled in the Electronic Commerce program. The prize is awarded to the student who has the highest overall average in BA2123 and BA 2663 and any two additional e-commerce electives. The prize is funded by Peter Jollymore as well as friends and colleagues. He is a prominent business member in the community as well as internationally. He served as Acting Dean of Business at the Saint John campus. 

Herbert E. Jones Accounting Prize

U

conditions: A prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business to the student with the highest standing in the area of Accounting at UNB Saint John, who is in receipt of no other awards. The prize has been funded by the late Herbert E. Jones. 

Liana Jones Prize in Accounting

A $250 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business to the Saint John campus student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business Administration who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident with the highest standing in a first year accounting course (such as BA1216) at UNB Saint John. The prize has been funded by Liana Jones BBA 1989.

Blanche and Percy M. Levine Memorial Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business Administration to the full-time Fredericton campus students in the Business Administration degree program who attains the highest assessment year grade point average in the penultimate year of the degree program. The prize has been donated by the family of the late Mr. & Mrs. P. M. Levine. 

Mary Louise Lynch Prize in Memory of Harriet L. Irving

U

conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business at UNBSJ to the student in Business Administration who has attained the highest grade point average in a minimum of 30 ch at the second year level. The prize has been funded by Miss Mary Louise Lynch. 

E. D. Maher Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded annually to a full-time student enrolled in the penultimate year of the undergraduate Business Administration program. (The student must have successfully completed a minimum of 60 ch toward the BBA degree.) The award is made to the student who attained the highest grade point average in the business courses required in the first 60 ch of the business program. The prize has been funded by graduates, faculty, staff, organizations, and friends in recognition of E.D. Maher's many contributions to the University community and, in particular, to the undergraduate business program. 

William B. Nase Memorial Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $275 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business Co-op Program and the Work Term Report Evaluator to a Saint John campus student enrolled in the Business Co-op program who achieves the highest standing on the Co-op work term report. The prize is funded by family, friends and colleagues of the late William B. Nase. 

New Brunswick Institute of Chartered Accountants Prize

U (DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $1,000 is awarded annually to the student currently enrolled in the regular Business Administration degree program on each UNB campus, who has attained the highest weighted average grade in introduction to Business Finance, Intermediate Accounting 1 and Intermediate Accounting II. The courses must be taken at UNB but may be taken at any time during the year. 

Saint John Investors Group Prize

U

conditions: Two prizes valued at $250 each will be awarded to Saint John campus students as follows: A $250 prize to the student with the highest academic standing in BA3421 (Personal Financial Planning) and a $250 prize to the student who has achieved the highest academic standing in BA4437 (Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management). These prizes have been funded by the Investors Group Inc. Saint John. 

Dr. Anthony Smith Memorial Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $200 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business to a Saint John campus student who has the highest grade in Introduction to Industrial Relations course (BA3813). The prize is funded by family and friends in memory of Dr. Anthony Smith who taught at UNB Saint John (1991-1993) and UNB Fredericton (1994 to 1998). 

Xiaoqing Prize

U

conditions: A prize of $400 is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Business Administration to a student graduating from the Bachelor of Business Administration program on the Fredericton campus, who has completed honours in Finance and has the highest grade point average computed using the mandatory Finance courses. In case of a tie, the prize is awarded to the student with the highest grade point average computed using all Finance courses. If the tie is still not resolved then the prize is awarded to the student with the highest cumulative grade point average in the program. The prize is funded by Xiaoqing Fang, BBA 2005. 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Computer Science Prize for Best Senior Honours Thesis

U(DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Computer Science to the Fredericton campus BCS student (or BCS concurrent degree student) whose senior honours thesis (CS4997) is judged to be the best in that academic year. 

Computer Science Prize for Best Senior Technical Report

U(DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Computer Science to the Fredericton campus BCS student (or BCS concurrent degree student) whose senior technical report (CS4983) is judged to be the best in that academic year. 

Computer Science Prize I

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded annually to the best student who has just completed one year of study with a minimum of 35 ch on the Fredericton campus in an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Computer Science. The prize is awarded on the basis of academic performance in the first year of studies in the degree program. 

Computer Science Prize II

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded annually to the best student on the Fredericton campus who has just completed three years of study with a minimum of 100 ch in an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty Computer Science. The prize is awarded on the basis of academic performance in the third year of studies in the degree program. 

Govind and Lakshmi Gujar Computer Science Prize

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Computer Science to the outstanding graduating student in Computer Science on the Fredericton campus with the highest cumulative grade point average. The student must have completed a minimum of three quarters of the degree program at UNB. The student receiving this prize may or may not be the same person who receives the Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick Silver Medal (since the selection criteria are different). The prize has been funded by Mrs. Sarita U. Gujar and Professor Uday G. Gujar to honor Prof. Gujar's parents. 

Harry Levine Prize in Computer Science

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Computer Science to a deserving student graduating in the Computer Science program. The prize has been donated by the Levine Family. 

Dr. W. Dana Wasson Prize in Computer Science

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded annually in recognition of Dr. Dana Wasson's lifetime contribution to computer science in New Brunswick. This prize is awarded to the best student who has just completed two years of study on the Fredericton campus with a minimum of 70 ch in an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Computer Science. The prize is awarded on the basis of academic performance in the second year of studies in the degree program. The prize has been donated by IBM, NB Tel, and interested benefactors. 

EDUCATION

Tom Acheson Prize in Art Education

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education to a graduating student who has demonstrated outstanding talent in the field of Art Education. The recipient will have attained both a high overall academic standard and an acceptable level of competence in at least three Art Education courses. The prize has been sponsored by the Provincial Department of Education through the Fred Magee Fund. 

Viscount Richard Bedford Bennett Prize (Education)

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $500 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education to an outstanding Bachelor of Education (School Years) student. This prize was established by the late Viscount Bennett. 

Sherry Budovitch Prize in Elementary Education

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, to an outstanding graduating student in the Bachelor of Education (Early Years) program based on student teaching performance. The prize has been funded by Sherry (Budovitch) Rioux. 

Norman S. Fraser Prize in Education

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $340 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education to a graduating student in the Bachelor of Education program who has shown potential for a high degree of professional ability as a teacher. The prize has been funded by the late Norman S. Fraser. 

Mary Grey Memorial Prize

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education to a student in the Special Education area of the DAUS program. Preference may be given to those who have demonstrated an interest in working with persons with mental disabilities. The prize has been funded by the New Brunswick Association of Auxiliary Teachers and will be presented at the Graduation reception. 

Fred Magee Prize in Technology Education

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of approximately $1,000 to be awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education, to a graduating student in the Technology Education Section, Faculty of Education, who has demonstrated academic excellence, qualities of leadership, and professional promise in technology education. The prize is funded by the Fred Magee endowment fund to the NB Department of Education. 

Ingrid J. Peterson Memorial Prize

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education, to the graduating student specializing in English of Literacy, who has maintained the highest grade point average. Funded by friends of the late Ingrid J. Peterson. 

Second Language Research Institute Prize

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Two prizes of $200 each to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Second Language Research Institute of the Faculty of Education to two graduating students on the Fredericton campus who have demonstrated outstanding ability in the field of English Second Language (ESL) or French Second Language (FSL) Education. The recipients will have attained a high overall academic standard, will have excelled in second language courses, and will have completed a successful practicum in a FSL or ESL context. The prizes are funded by the Second Language Research Institute. 

Anne & Allen Selby Prize for the Performing Arts

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of variable value (minimum $1,000) to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education to a Fredericton campus student in the Bachelor of Education program, who demonstrates outstanding achievement in the study and presentation of one of the categories of written, movement, spoken, musical and dramatic arts. This prize is funded by Anne and Allen Selby. 

Congregation of Sgoolai Israel Synagogue Prize

conditions: A prize of $100 is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education to the student having the highest standing in Education. The prize is funded by Congregation of Sgoolai Israel Synagogue.

Agnes Nevers Shaw Memorial Award

U/G(S) (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $100 established by Mr. Wendell B. Shaw to be given to an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Education for the best essay on the Magna Carta. 

Lorne Joseph Simon Prize

U/G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $1000 to be awarded annually to an outstanding full-time Fredericton campus First Nations student, with preference given to a promising writer. The prize will be awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education (Mi’kmaq-Maliseet Institute) in consultation (where appropriate) with the Prize Committee of the Department of English. The prize has been funded by family and friends of the late Lorne Joseph Simon, an outstanding student in the Faculty of Education, and an accomplished writer. 

ENGINEERING

AECL Pilkington Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $500 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Departments of Chemical or Mechanical Engineering to a Fredericton campus student enrolled in the Nuclear Option program or the Energy Conversion Engineering Option program who has achieved the highest grade point average in two or more nuclear-related courses. This prize is funded by the AECL and the friends of Bill Pilkington. 

Andrin-Mathis Prize in Management

G/U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $250 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering to the student who has successfully completed the Technology Management and Entrepreneurship Diploma program who demonstrates repeated leadership skills in the area of conflict resolution and situational management amongst their peers during the TME diploma program. Graduate students as well as undergraduate students may be considered for this prize. The prize is funded by George Andrin, BScEng (Mechanical), Class of ’58 with supporting funds from 3M, Mathis Instruments and others. 

APEGNB Prize I

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conditions: Two prizes of $1500 each, one prize may be awarded annually on each campus, on the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering and Geoscience to a student who has completed the first year of the Engineering or Geoscience degree program, and has attained a high academic standing. The prize is funded by the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick Foundation for Education. 

Sam Budovitch Memorial Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $600 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Civil Engineering to the student with the highest standing in first year Civil Engineering (35-40 ch). Funded by the late Mr. Sam Budovitch. 

Harold H. Bulmer Memorial Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Two prizes are awarded annually to students participating in the Technology Innovation Pitch (TIP) competition hosted by the Dr. J. Herbert Smith Centre in Technology Management and Entrepreneurship (TME), Faculty of Engineering. First place prize is valued at $500, second place $200. A book selected by the TME Chair will also be presented to the prize recipients. The prize is open to students from all participating institutions. The prize is funded by members of the Bulmer family, the Dr. J. Herbert Smith Centre, Radian6 Technologies, and others. 

Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A certificate of merit, engraved medal and a cash award of $50 are donated annually by the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering, to be awarded to a student completing the penultimate year of Chemical Engineering with the highest standing. 

Canadian Society for Civil Eng. Certificate of Achievement

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: An award of a certificate and a one-year associate membership in the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, to be awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Civil Engineering to the top graduating Civil Engineering student, based on the regular work in the final two years (greater than or equal to 48 ch) of the student's regular program. The award is provided by the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, Atlantic Region. 

Chemical Engineering Faculty Prize

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $500 has been established by the faculty members of the Department of Chemical Engineering to be awarded to the student who has attained the highest standing in the final year of Chemical Engineering. 

K. R. Chestnut Memorial Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $1,650 was bequeathed to UNB by the late Mrs. Annie H. Chestnut. It is to be awarded to an outstanding student in the Faculty of Engineering on the recommendation of the Engineering Awards Committee. 

Eugene E. Derenyi Alumni Prize in Remote Sensing

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $500 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Geodesy and Geomatics to the Fredericton campus student who achieves the highest grade in the remote sensing course GGE 3342: Imaging and Mapping I. The prize is funded by contributions from Alumni at the GGE (SE) 40th Anniversary Reunion held June 22-23, 2001. 

L. A. Gale Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $545 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering to a Canadian student upon completion of six terms of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering who shows academic promise and is in need of financial assistance. 

Garson Memorial Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: The late Abram I. Garson bequeathed the sum of $2,000 to the University, the investment earnings therefrom to be awarded annually to the student registered in the Faculty of Engineering who, in the first year, attains the highest standing. The amount will be approximately $300. 

Gerhard Gloss Prize in Cartography

U/G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering to a student in any faculty on the Fredericton campus who has designed and published a map of high technical and artistic merit. The map may be produced using traditional or computer-assisted cartographic techniques. The prize has been funded by friends and colleagues of Professor Gerhard Gloss. 

Allan K. Grimmer Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Four prizes of $1200 each awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Civil Engineering to students who have completed two years of study of the regular program in the Department of Civil Engineering. Preference will be given to applicants with high academic qualifications, who are not already in receipt of a major scholarship. The prize is funded by the late Allan K. Grimmer. 

Ronald C. Hurley Award in Chemical Engineering

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An award of $800 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the students and faculty members of the Department of Chemical Engineering to a graduating student in the Department of Chemical Engineering. Made on the basis of scholastic attainment and participation in department, university and community activities. Donated by students and faculty members in the Department of Chemical Engineering. 

Brydone Jack Prize

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $540 donated by the Associated Alumni of the University of New Brunswick. It is to be awarded to the full time student who obtains the highest standing in the final two terms of the Electrical or Computer Engineering program. 

D. Malcolm Jeffrey Memorial Prize

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: The family of the late D. Malcolm Jeffrey has established a prize of $200 to be awarded annually to the Civil Engineering student who obtains the second highest standing based on the regular (full time student) work in the final two years of the student's regular program. 

Ketchum Memorial Medal

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A silver medal to be known as the "Ketchum Medal" has been founded according to the will of the late H.G.C. Ketchum, Esq., and is to be awarded to the top graduating student in Civil Engineering based on the regular (full time student) work in the final two terms of the student's regular program. 

Gottfried Konecny Survey Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $1500 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering to a student with high academic standing, creative abilities, and a constructive attitude towards the surveying profession who has completed six terms of the Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering program. Financial need will also be considered. The prize is funded by the Gottfried Konecny Survey Award Fund. 

Duane Logan Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: An award to be made annually on the recommendation of the Department of Chemical Engineering to the Chemical Engineering student on the Fredericton Campus who has completed 110 to 135 ch in the program, and who in the opinion of the Department best demonstrates the qualities of tenacity and fellowship. Preference will be given to those students who are not, during the same year, recipients of other awards and scholarships valued at over $500. The award has been funded by the Chemical Engineering Class of 1966 in memory of their fellow classmate, Duane Logan. 

Purves Loggie Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A $250 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering to the student having the highest standing in the introductory surveying course. The prize is funded by the family of the late Mr. Purves Loggie. 

Ian Scott MacDonald Prize

(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $100 is awarded each term to the student enrolled in Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering) degree program on the Fredericton campus who has submitted the Senior Report which is judged to be best in terms of creativity in design. Selection is made by a panel of judges consisting of faculty members within the Department of Civil Engineering. The prize is funded by an endowment established by the late Ira M. Beattie. 

R.H.B. McLaughlin Prize in Civil Engineering

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conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded to the graduating student who has obtained the highest average in the courses in building and construction offered by the Department of Civil Engineering. Only those who have successfully completed 75 per cent of the electives in the designated areas will be eligible. Donor: Prof. R.H.B. McLaughlin, Class of 1943. 

Dr. Alan Y. McLean Memorial Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $550 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Chair of the J. Herbert Smith/ACOA Chair in Technology Management and Entrepreneurship to the student attaining the highest grade point average within the 15 ch of the TME Diploma Program. A book to be selected by the Chair will be presented to the recipient and a copy placed in the library in the Centre. The name of the student will be placed on a plaque in the Dr. J. Herbert Smith Seminar Room. 

John F. Murphy Prize in Electrical & Computer Engineering

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $800 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering to the Fredericton campus student in the Electrical, Computer or Software Engineering programs whose senior undergraduate project best displays outstanding technical merit. The prize has been funded by friends of John Murphy, an Electronics Technologist who served the University with distinction for 26 years, 1968-1994. 

NACE International Prize in Corrosion Prevention

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $300 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Chemical Engineering to a Fredericton campus student who demonstrates superior knowledge in corrosion prevention through studies in CHE 5824 (Corrosion Processes). The prizes is funded by the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE). 

Sasi Mohan Pal Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of approximately $200 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Chemical Engineering to a Fredericton campus visa student, who achieves the highest standing at the completion of second or third year of the Chemical Engineering degree program at UNB (minimum 80 ch). The prize has been funded by Mrs. Purabi Pal in memory of her husband, Sasi Mohan Pal, a graduate of UNB. 

Samuel Leonard Peters Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: The late Miss Marianne Grey Otty has bequeathed $900 to UNB, the income therefrom to be used to establish a prize in memory of Flying Officer S. Leonard Peters, of Queenstown, N.B., who was killed in action, August 1944, while serving with the RCAF over France. The prize will be awarded to the student who has the highest standing in the first year of the Mechanical Engineering program. 

Pulse Derringer Excellence Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $250 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Chemical Engineering to the student who has attained the highest standing in their third year (80-128 ch) of the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Chemical) degree program. The prize is funded by Robin Chaplin. 

Society of Chemical Industry Merit Award - Chemistry

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: The Canadian Section of the Society of Chemical Industry will award three plaques, one each for Chemistry, Biochemistry and Chemical Engineering, to students with the highest standing in the final year of their course. In the case of a conflict, the award may be given to the student with the highest standing in an alternate Chemistry course, e.g. Environmental Geo-Chemistry, Physics/Chemistry. In the event that a student performs exceptionally well in an alternate Chemistry course, he/she may be considered as a candidate for one of the three awards. There will be only three categories and only one nomination in each "category". Awards apply only for four year programs. 

Dr. Rudolf Starkermann Prizes in Mechanical Engineering

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Six prizes are to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Mechanical Engineering to Fredericton campus students as follows: Two prizes of $600 each are to be awarded to students who have the highest Cumulative Grade Point Averages after completing between 100 and 135 credit hours in the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Mechanical) degree program; two prizes of $600 each to be awarded to students who have the highest Cumulative Grade Point Averages after completing between 75 and 100 credit hours in the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Mechanical) degree program; one prize of $300 is to be awarded to a student who has the highest standing in Automatic Controls I; one prize of $300 is to be awarded to a student who has the highest standing in System Dynamics. The prizes are funded by Dr. Rudolf Starkermann, professor of Mechanical Engineering at UNB from 1970 to 1989. 

John Stephens Memorial Prize

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: The late Dr. John Stephens, a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, was an eminent engineer and for many years the distinguished and beloved professor of Mechanical Engineering at this University. In 1954 the Associated Alumni established the John Stephens Memorial Prize to perpetuate his memory and to encourage scholarship in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. This prize, which has a cash value of $250, is awarded annually upon the recommendation of the head of the department to the leader of the graduating Mechanical Engineering students. 

Paul Stewart Prize

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded to the graduating student who has obtained the highest average in courses in transportation offered by the Department of Civil Engineering. Only those students who have completed at least two technical electives in transportation will be eligible. The prize is funded by an endowment established by Paul Stewart. 

Dr. E. O. Turner Prize

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A $250 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering to a Fredericton campus student who demonstrates qualities of leadership and breadth of horizon, coupled with a good academic standing, that should lead to a high station in future life. One candidate from each of the Departments of Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering shall be nominated by each of the departments. This prize is funded by the Associated Alumni in honour of Dr. E.O. Turner, former Head of the Department of Civil Engineering and Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at UNB. 

Francis Vanicek Prize in Civil Engineering

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $100 to be awarded, on the recommendation of the Department of Civil Engineering, to a student who has shown a high level of achievement in structural analysis and design and has completed between 90-120 ch of the regular program. The prize has been funded by colleagues of Professor Ralph M. Francis. 

The Late Richard Laurence Weldon Prize in Mechanical Eng.

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A $1715 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Mechanical Engineering to a student with high academic standing who is entering the seventh term of a Mechanical Engineering program. The applicant is not eligible should he/she hold another major award tenable during his/her final year. The prize is funded by the late Mr. Richard Laurence Weldon. 

Eric E. Wheatley Memorial Medal

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A medal to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Mechanical Engineering Student-Faculty Liaison Committee (from nominations submitted by members of the faculty) to a graduating Mechanical Engineering student, who has demonstrated both practical ability and strong academic achievement. The medal has been endowed by friends of the late Professor Eric E. Wheatley, professor and developer of Mechanical Engineering at UNB from 1945 to 1973. 

FORESTRY

Viscount Richard Bedford Bennett Prize (Forestry)

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: Two annual prizes of $250 has been established by the late Viscount Bennett to be given to two outstanding students selected by the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management, one to be entering third year and one to be entering fourth year. 

Canadian Institute of Forestry Gold Medal Award

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A CIF gold medal is awarded annually to the student graduating with either a Bachelor of Science in Forestry degree or a Bachelor of Science in Forest Engineering degree who, in the opinion of the Committee of Award, has been outstanding in his class, taking into consideration academic standing and participation in faculty activities. 

Simon and Dora Chippin Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $250 awarded to a worthy student in need of financial assistance entering the second year of a program leading to a bachelor's degree in the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management. The prize is funded by the late Simon and Dora Chippin. 

CIF/UNB Joint Professional Development Forestry Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Awards to be used to help defray travel expenses for attending the Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Institute of Forestry, to be awarded annually on the recommendation of a committee made up of representatives of the CIF Maritime Section and the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management, to continuing students after completion of at least 30 ch in the BScF or BScFE degree programs. The award has been funded by the Maritime Section of the CIF and the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management. 

G.D. Estey Memorial Prize

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A book prize was established by the late Mrs. Estey in memory of her husband Gerald D. (Jake) Estey of the class of 1949. This prize is awarded to a deserving graduating student in Forestry or Forest Engineering, who, in the opinion of the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management, is most interested in practicing sound principles of forestry. 

Faculty of Forestry Senior Project Award

G (DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A book prize given to the student who presents the best senior project in Forestry or Forest Engineering. The recipient will be determined by a committee of the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management. The book is provided by courtesy of John Wiley & Sons Canada Ltd. 

B. W. Flieger Memorial Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: One prize of $1,800 to be awarded annually by the University on the recommendation of the Flieger Prize Committee to an outstanding student in the third year of the program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Forestry or Bachelor of Science in Forest Engineering who achieved high academic standing in the second year. The prize has been funded by Forest Protection Limited. 

Lucien J. Forcier Prize in Silviculture

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $175 is offered from a fund established in memory of Lucien J. Forcier by his friends and colleagues to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management to an outstanding graduating student who has demonstrated achievement in Silviculture. 

Forest Products Research Society Award

U/G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $100 and a one year society membership established by the Forest Products Research Society, Eastern Canadian Section, to be awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management, to an undergraduate student for academic achievement in the field of wood science. 

Foresters' Excellence Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $1000 prize to be awarded annually to a student enrolled in the fourth or fifth year of the Bachelor of Science in Forestry or Bachelor of Science in Forest Engineering degree program. Candidates are required to submit an essay on the role of the professional forester. The prize is funded by alumni and friends of the Faculty of Forestry. 

J. Miles Gibson Forestry Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Gibson Award Committee to one or more students entering the second year of a program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Forestry or Forest Engineering. The prize is funded by the friends of J. Miles Gibson. 

Jason Herron Memorial Award

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize with a minimum value of $1,500 to be awarded annually to a student in good academic standing who has completed at least 90 credit hours in the Bachelor of Forest Engineering or Bachelor of Forestry degree program on the Fredericton campus. The recipient must have demonstrated professionalism, commitment to fellow students, and academic leadership. Nominations from students, staff and faculty will be received by the Faculty Scholarship committee. This award is funded by family, friends and colleagues of Jason Herron, Forest Manager for Georgia-Pacific in New Brunswick for many years, and a UNB lecturer, 2000-03. 

Peter J. Hughes Sustainable Forestry Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management to a full time student on the Fredericton campus in the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management after the completion of at least 60 ch in the BScF or BScFE degree program. The recipient must have demonstrated a commitment to sustainable forestry practices. Preference will be given to students from Atlantic Canada who have been involved in private woodlot management. The award has been funded by family, friends and business associates in memory of the late Peter J. Hughes who was a long-time employee of the NB Federation of Woodlot Owners. 

Schlich Memorial Prize

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: The trustees of the Sir William Schlich Memorial Prize fund offer an annual prize to a graduating forester or forest engineer at one of the Canadian forestry schools. The recipient is to be a deserving student selected by the Dean of the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management. 

Dr. L. P. Sebastian Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: Awarded annually based on the recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management to an outstanding full-time student in the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management on the Fredericton campus who displays excellence in wood technology, wood products or wood engineering upon entering the final year of the Forestry program (approximately 140 ch completed) or the Forest Engineering degree program (approximately 163 ch completed). The prize has been funded by G. and M. Daugharty with matching funds from Northern Telecom, and friends of L.P. Sebastian. 

Louis R. Seheult Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $1,000 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management to a UNB student who, upon the completion of the penultimate year of the undergraduate degree in Forest Engineering, exhibits outstanding potential for a future role in industry. Awarding criteria include academic standing in the top quartile, qualities of leadership, managerial potential, and a demonstrated understanding of the interactions of finance, workforce and technology in the industrial forest engineering workplace. The prize has been funded by family and friends of the late Professor Louis R. Seheult. 

Merlyn Stillwell Memorial Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize to be awarded annually upon the recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management to a Forestry student with high academic standing and creative abilities who has demonstrated an interest in bioethics in forestry. The award is funded by family and friends of the late Merlyn A. Stillwell, a graduate of UNB in Science (Bio), 1949 and Masters in Science (Arts) 1957. Mr. Stillwell was a research scientist with the Canadian Forestry Service, and a part-time lecturer in the Faculty of Forestry at UNB until his untimely death in 1977. His research was aimed at gaining a better understanding of the forest environment with emphasis on tree diseases. 

Videto-Hadley Memorial Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: Friends of the late Mr. B.W. Flieger of the Canadian International Paper Company, Montreal and Professor of Forest Engineering at the University of New Brunswick from 1927 to 1950, have offered a prize of $250 in memory of Professors H.E.D. Videto and C. Graham Hadley of the Forestry Faculty, who lost their lives in a drowning accident in October 1951. This prize will be awarded by the Students Forestry Association to a member for outstanding performance during the year. 

W. T. Whitehead Memorial Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $195 was established by Mrs. W.T. Whitehead to be awarded to the student having the highest standing in the third year of a program leading to a bachelor's degree in the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management. 

KINESIOLOGY

CSEP/SCPE Undergraduate Student Award

(PVF) ( DLF)

conditions: A medallion and a citation is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Kinesiology to the student graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology who has achieved the highest academic standing in the scientific portion of the curriculum. This award is provided by the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology/Société Canadienne de Physiologie de l'Exercice. 

Amby Legere - Pete Kelly Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $1250 is awarded to the student who has completed three years (at least 75%) of the Bachelor of Recreation and Sport Studies. The award will be made to the student who has demonstrated the highest academic achievement (Cumulative Grade Point Average). The student can receive this award only once The prize is funded by Physical Education and Recreation/ Kinesiology Alumni and Supporters. 

Bill MacGillivary Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $750 is awarded annually to the student who has completed 2 years (between 50% and 74%) of the Bachelor of Science of Kinesiology Program. The award will be made to the student who has demonstrated the highest academic achievement (Cumulative Grade Point Average). The student can receive this award only once. The prize is funded by Physical Education and Recreation/ Kinesiology Alumni and Supporters. 

John Meagher Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $1250 is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Kinesiology to the student who has completed three years (at least 75%) of an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Kinesiology and who intends to pursue a Bachelor of Education degree. The award will be made to the student who has demonstrated the highest academic achievement (Cumulative Grade Point Average). The student can receive this award only once. The prize is funded by Physical Education and Recreation/ Kinesiology Alumni and Supporters. 

Anne Murray Prize

conditions: A prize of $1250 is awarded to the student who has completed three years (at least 75%) of the Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology Program. The award will be made to the student who has demonstrated the highest academic achievement (Cumulative Grade Point Average). The student can receive this award only once. Donor: Physical Education and Recreation/ Kinesiology Alumni and Supporters. 

Barry Thompson Prize

U(DLF)(PVF

conditions: A prize of $750 is awarded annually to the student who has completed 2 years (between 50% and 74%) of the Bachelor of Recreation and Sport Studies Program. The award will be made to the student who has demonstrated the highest academic achievement (Cumulative Grade Point Average). The student can receive this award only once. The prize is funded by Physical Education and Recreation/ Kinesiology Alumni and Supporters. 

Robert F. Watters Memorial Award

U/G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $140 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of a committee from the Faculty of Kinesiology to a student with special needs, or a student pursuing a career working with individuals with special needs such as those who are physically or mentally challenged or the elderly. The prize is funded by friends of the late Robert F. Watters. 

Agnes Grey Wilson Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Kinesiology to an outstanding female student who has completed the normal requirements for the first two years of the Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology degree program at UNB. The prize has been funded by the Associated Alumnae. 

MULTIPLE PROGRAMS

City of Fredericton Award

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: The City of Fredericton offers a sum of money, not less than $200, for competition in the Department of Civil Engineering and Chemistry and in the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Management in rotation. The prize, which heretofore took the form of a gold medal, was offered for the first time in 1908. 

Arun Datta Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of approximately $250 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Economics to an outstanding student on the Fredericton campus who achieves high standing in ECON 3401 International Economics: Trade. The prize has been funded by colleagues, family and friends of the late Dr. Arun Datta. 

Christena Estey Memorial Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Social Sciences, to an outstanding Saint John campus student enrolled in the Bachelor of Kinesiology, the Bachelor of Recreation & Sports Studies, or the Bachelor of Arts majoring in Sport and Exercise Psychology. The prize is being funded by family and friends of the late Christena Estey, former manager of the Bookstore and avid supporter of athletics on the Saint John campus. 

Thomas Harrison Memorial Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $750, given to a student who has completed two years (at least 60 ch) of the program in which the student is registered, and in the opinion of the Mathematics Department, shows the greatest promise in Mathematics. This prize was established by the late Mrs. Ida G.W. Harrison. 

H.H. (Mike) Mikaelian Memorial Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $500 prize to be awarded to a Fredericton campus undergraduate research student in Psychology. The recipient must be in good academic standing, have intentions of pursuing a career in Psychology, be involved in research activities and actively demonstrate curiosity, commitment, and passion for the search of knowledge and understanding in the field of Psychology. The prize is funded by the family, friends and colleagues of the late Dr. H. H.(Mike) Mikaelian. 

Philip W. Oland Prize in Chemistry

conditions: A $250 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the course instructor to an outstanding Saint John campus student who achieves academic excellence in sophomore level Inorganic Chemistry. Funded by Moosehead Breweries Limited, the prize honours the late Philip W. Oland, D. Litt ‘78, a member of the first class graduating from UNB with a BSc in Arts in 1930. 

Prize in Actuarial Science

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics to a Fredericton campus student who has passed at least one examination given by the Society of Actuaries and is taking appropriate courses. Students should have demonstrated a continuing interest in actuarial science. The prize has been funded in part by a grant from the Society of Actuaries. 

Dr. Stefan Rinco Memorial Prize in Statistics

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of approximately $750 dedicated to the memory of Stefan Rinco, Professor of Statistics at UNB, 1974-87. The prize is to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, to a Fredericton campus student who has excelled in statistics courses and is on the Dean's List. The student must have completed a minimum of 12 ch of upper-level statistics courses. In the event that no undergraduate student is eligible for this prize, graduate students may be considered. The prize is being funded by the family, friends and colleagues of the late Dr. Stefan Rinco. 

Snodgrass Best Honours Conference Presentation Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A committee struck by the Chair, in collaboration with the Coordinator of the Honours Programme in Psychology, will recommend one $200 award to be conferred on the student who delivers the most outstanding presentation at the Honours Conference in Psychology held once per year on the Fredericton campus at the end of the winter semester. To be eligible for the award, students must have completed a research project to meet the requirements of the Honours degree in Psychology. The award is based on the scholarly merit of the presentation and on the effectiveness, organisation, and visual impact of the presentation. The prize is funded by the Snodgrass Fund and commemorates the contributions of Dr. Florence Snodgrass (BA 1924). 

William Somerville Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of approximately $200 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics to an outstanding student enrolled in a degree or joint degree program in Mathematics. The student should have successfully completed a minimum of 90 ch toward meeting the degree requirement. The prize was funded by the late Ella Somerville Foster. 

Louis Weisner Memorial Prize in Mathematics

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize dedicated to the memory of Louis Weisner, Professor of Mathematics at the University from 1955-1988. It is to be awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics to an outstanding student on the Fredericton campus graduating in Mathematics. The Prize has been established by the family, students, friends, and colleagues of the late Dr. Weisner. 

NURSING

M. D. B. Burt Prize for Biology in Nursing

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $500 prize to be awarded annually to the graduating student at the Moncton site who has the highest overall standing in Biology courses completed as part of his/her Bachelor of Nursing degree. This prize is funded by Andy S. Didyk. 

Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $250 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Nursing to a full-time BN student at the Moncton site. The recipient is selected on the basis of academic achievement and demonstrated excellence in oncology. The prize has been funded by the Moncton chapter of the Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology. 

T. G. Dilworth Prize for Biology in Nursing

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: At least one $500 prize to be awarded annually to the graduating student at the Bathurst site who has the highest overall standing in Biology courses completed as part of his/her Bachelor of Nursing degree. This prize is funded by Andy S. Didyk. 

C. H. Gibson Prize for Biology in Nursing

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $500 prize to be awarded annually to the graduating student at the Fredericton site who has the highest overall standing in Biology courses completed as part of his/her Bachelor of Nursing degree. This prize is funded by Andy S. Didyk.

Dr. Satya Paul Handa Prize in Medical Nursing

conditions: A $500 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Nursing to a Saint John campus student graduating from the Bachelor of Nursing degree program who has demonstrated excellence in the theory and practice of medical nursing in the care of patients and families experiencing kidney disease, hypertension, kidney transplantation or other chronic illnesses. The prize is funded by Dr. Satya Paul Handa, recipient of an Honorary Doctor of Science degree from UNB Saint John May 2003. 

Margaret Burton Innes Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: An award of $250 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Nursing to a full-time BN student at the Moncton site. The recipient is selected on the basis of academic ability and demonstrated excellence in nursing. The award has been funded by the family of the late Margaret Burton Innes, a graduate of the former Moncton Hospital School of Nursing. 

Elsie Dianne Younker Longley Memorial Prize

P(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $200 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Nursing to a Fredericton campus student who best demonstrates leadership in the area of maternal child nursing. The prize is funded by the family and friends of Elsie Dianne Younker Longley, BN 1986. 

Dr. Katherine MacLaggan Memorial Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $1900 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Nursing to the student obtaining a high academic average in the Junior year (having successfully completed 131-136 ch) with demonstrated excellence in nursing practice and who is enrolling in the Senior year for full-time study. The prize is funded by friends of the late Dr. Katherine MacLaggan. 

Margaret McPhedran Prizes

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: (I) An annual prize of $200 awarded to a student enrolled in full-time study in the basic degree program in the Faculty of Nursing who has obtained the highest standing in the Theory and Practice of Nursing in the Junior Year.(II) An annual prize of $200 awarded to a student enrolled in the degree program for Registered Nurses in the Faculty of Nursing who has obtained the highest standing in the Theory and Practice of Nursing in the Junior Year. 

New Brunswick Nurses' Union Prize

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of graduating Nursing students, to a graduating Nursing student exemplifying high academic standards, leadership skills, involvement in extracurricular activities, and commitment to enhancing the interests and status of classmates. The prize has been provided by NBNU and will be presented at the Pin Dinner for Nursing graduates. 

Theresa P. Totton Memorial Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $1,000 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Nursing for clinical and academic competency in Nursing at the completion of the second year of the basic program (92-98 ch). Funded by the Nursing Class of 1982 and friends of Theresa. 

Fanny Velensky Memorial Prize in Nursing

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: Mr. Nathan Velensky has established an endowment fund of $1,000 in memory of his wife, Fanny Velensky. The income of this fund is to be awarded to a student who has successfully completed the four year basic program and who has demonstrated the most expertise in nursing practice in the penultimate and final years. 

SCIENCE

C. W. Argue Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

field: Science. value: Up to $2,000. number: 1 or more. duration: 1 year. conditions: A Science student having high academic standing and entering either the third or the fourth year. ("Year" refers to the particular year of the program as specified in the calendar description of the various BSc degree options.) When two scholarships are given, they will be awarded as follows: (a) the first one to a Science student, other than one majoring in Biology, (b) the second one to a Biology Major student. The selection of the recipient(s) will be made by the Dean of Science and the heads of the Science Departments. 

Loring Woart Bailey Prize in Science

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: This prize of $500 was established by the late Joseph Whitman Bailey of the class of 1884 in memory of his father, Loring Woart Bailey, LLD, Professor of Science in the University for nearly fifty years (1861-1907). The prize is to be given alternately in the Departments of Biology and Earth Sciences. The award is made on the recommendation of the Department concerned. 

Walter Baker Memorial Prize in Physics

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: This prize has been established by the faculty members of the Department of Physics in memory of Professor Walter Baker, formerly a professor of Physics at the University from 1955-1970. It is awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Physics to a deserving student graduating in Physics. The number of the awards and their value will be at the discretion of the department but there will normally be one prize annually to the value of $100. 

Dorothy Bennett Elson Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $250 has been established by the Associated Alumnae and is awarded to the female student on the Fredericton campus who achieves the highest standing in first year Physics. 

John Storrs Brookfield Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $1,400 has been established by the late Dr. J.S. Brookfield to be given to a student entering the third year deemed by the professors of Science to be the most promising student in Natural Science. ("Year" refers to the particular year of the program as specified in the calendar descriptions of the various BSc degree options.) 

Kingsbury Browne Sr. Memorial Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual award valued at approximately $800 has been established in memory of Kingsbury Browne Sr., a founding director of the Miramichi Salmon Association, Inc., by the Browne family, friends, and members of the Association. It is awarded to a student, majoring in Biology, entering the final year, who has excelled in the general area of vertebrate zoology. Preference is given to a resident of New Brunswick. 

Canadian Society for Chemistry Silver Medal

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A certificate of merit and an engraved medal are donated annually by the Canadian Society for Chemistry, to be awarded to the student with the highest standing in Chemistry and related subjects in the penultimate year. 

Dr. Philip Cox Memorial Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A $200 prize awarded annually to a student entering the third year and majoring in Biology who, in the opinion of the staff of the Department of Biology, shows the greatest promise. ("Year" refers to the particular year of the program as specified in the calendar descriptions of the various BSc degree options.) 

Dr. A. Wilmer Duff Memorial Prize

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: Dr. Ella Duff Good has given a prize of $100 in memory of her father, Dr. A. Wilmer Duff, who was a graduate of the University and later taught with distinction at the institution. It is to be awarded to a deserving student in the final year of Physics, but may be given in any other science if there is not a qualified student in Physics. 

Norman S. Fraser Prize in Science

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of $340 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Science to the student with the highest standing in the Junior and Senior years of the Bachelor of Science program. The prize has been funded by the late Norman S. Fraser. 

Dr. Donald “Digger” Gorman Prize in Earth Sciences

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $500 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Earth Sciences to an outstanding Fredericton campus student entering the second year of the Bachelor of Science degree program who achieves high standing in Earth Sciences. The prize has been funded by Donald “Digger” Gorman. 

Herbert S. Lipsett Memorial Award in Biology

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: This award has been given by Mr. And Mrs. Nathan Liphshetz in memory of the late Herbert S. Lipsett, a graduate of UNB. This award is made annually to a student in Biology, who has demonstrated academic excellence. The amount of the award is approximately $250. 

Derek L. Livesey Memorial Prize in Physics

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of a minimum of $1,250 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Physics to an outstanding Science student on the Fredericton campus who achieves high standing in first year physics. The prize has been funded by the family of the late Derek L. Livesey, a former UNB Physics Professor and Department Chair, who extensively developed first year instruction during his time in the department.

Shuyuan Meng Prize

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $1000 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Faculty of Science to a Fredericton campus student who is graduating from the Bachelor of Science degree program and has been accepted to Medical School. Selection is based on scholastic attainment and financial need. The recipient must be a New Brunswick resident, according to the definition of the Provincial Government's Student Financial Services guidelines. Proof of acceptance to Medical School must be received by the Faculty of Science before April 25. The prize is funded by friends and family of the late Shuyuan Meng and the New Brunswick University Opportunities Fund. 

Noel Stone Memorial Prize

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $485, donated by the late Dr. H.S. Stone, to be given to a student of the fourth year who, during the third year, has shown the most promise in the study of Biology and Chemistry. ("Year" refers to the particular year of the program as specified in the calendar description of the various BSc degree options.) 

Lowell Trembath Memorial Award

U (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: The Lowell Trembath award, comprised of a book and a monetary component for the purchase of textbooks, is presented, on recommendation of the Department of Earth Sciences, to the student exhibiting the highest scientific and professional potential in mineralogy and the theory of solid state materials through achievement in courses previously taught by Professor Trembath. It has been made possible through the support of Lowell's students and friends who remember his humour and devotion to teaching, as well as his enduring interest in personal and professional development. The award is intended to encourage the continuation of his standards of learning and fundamental scientific endeavour. 

SCIENCE, APPLIED SCIENCE, & ENGINEERING

Dorrie Award for Nursing

G(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $1,000 to be awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Department of Nursing, to an outstanding graduating student who achieves the highest cumulative grade point average in the BN/RN Nursing Program on the Saint John campus. The prize has been funded by MindCare New Brunswick. 

APEGNB Saint John Branch Wallace Rupert Turnbull Memorial Prize

U

conditions: A prize of $1,000 to be awarded annually to a deserving student who is enrolled in the second year of studies in the Engineering program at UNB Saint John, who is from the A.P.E.G.N.B. Saint John district (Sussex to St. Stephen), who has achieved high academic standing and who has not received a major prize. An award presentation may be made at an A.P.E.G.N.B. event in addition to the UNBSJ ceremony. The prize is funded by the Saint John Branch of the Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of New Brunswick, and named to honour the late Wallace Rupert Turnbull, the Rothesay inventor of the variable pitch propellor and member of the Canadian Science and Engineering Hall of Fame. 

Biology Club Prize

U

conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Biology discipline and the executive of the Biology Club to a full-time student majoring in Biology on the Saint John campus, in any year beyond the second year, who has shown the greatest improvement in his/her assessment year grade point average in successive years. The prize is being funded by the Biology Club. 

Cherry Brook Zoo Prize in Zoology

U

conditions: An annual prize of $200 awarded to the student entering the final year of the BSc Biology major program at UNBSJ who has achieved the highest grade point average in at least 14 credit hours of the upper-level Zoology courses completed at UNBSJ. The prize is funded by the Cherry Brook Zoo, Saint John, and will be awarded on the recommendation of faculty teaching Zoology courses. 

Christopher Cusack Computer Science & Data Analysis Prize

G

conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Computer Science and Applied Statistics to a Saint John campus student graduating with a Bachelor of Information Sciences or a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree who has demonstrated academic excellence in upper-level courses in data analysis, statistics, mathematics and computer science. The prize is funded by friends of the late Christopher Cusack BSc(DA)'81. 

Jean Crawford Flemming Memorial Prize

U

conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded in the Fall term on the recommendation of the Dean of SASE to a Saint John campus student who has completed the minimum requirements for the first year of the BCS, BScCS or BISc. Student who have completed the minimum requirements for the first year of Arts or Science and have indicated their intention to Major in Mathematics or Statistics will also be considered. Selection will be based on academic achievement. The prize is funded by J. Archie Flemming, a former Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at UNB Saint John. 

Pauline Graham Data Analysis Prize

U

conditions: A $300 prize to be awarded in the Fall term for a student in the BISc or BScCS program who upon completion of at least 30 ch has an outstanding average in the required first level Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics courses. The award is made on the recommendation of the Dean of SASE. The prize has been funded by friends of Pauline Graham, former Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at UNB, Saint John. 

Miles A. Keirstead Prize in Physics

U

conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Physics faculty members on the Saint John campus to an outstanding student who achieves high standing in a full-year Freshman level Physics course on the Saint John campus. The prize has been funded through the University Faculty Fund. 

Leslie Kelly Memorial Prize

U

conditions: A prize to be awarded annually, on the recommendation of the appropriate faculty member in Chemistry, to the student who achieves the highest standing in second year Organic Chemistry at UNB Saint John. The prize has been funded by Dr. Ronald B. Kelly, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, in memory of his late wife. 

Prize in Memory of Ellen J. and M. Josephine Lynch

G

conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Biology faculty members to the graduating student with the highest standing in a Biology program at UNBSJ. Preference will be given to a student in the Marine Biology option. The prize has been funded by Miss Mary Louise Lynch, a long-time member of the Board of Governors of the University, in honour of her aunts. 

Microbiology Prize UNBSJ

U

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded to a Saint John campus student who achieves high standing in BIOL 2485 Introduction to Microbiology. The prize is funded by the Saint John Laboratory Services. 

Organic Chemistry Prize UNBSJ

U

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded to a Saint John campus student who achieves high standing in CHEM 2401/2422 (Organic Chemistry I & II). The prize is funded by Saint John Laboratory Services Ltd. 

Saint John Computer Science Prize

U

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Computer Science and Applied Statistics to a Saint John campus student enrolled in the Bachelor of Information Sciences or Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree who has completed at least 60 credit hours of required courses and has demonstrated superior academic achievement in computer-related and statistics courses. The prize is funded by the members and staff of the Department of CSAS. 

Dr. John F. H. Teed, Q.C., Memorial Prize in Science

U

conditions: A prize of not less than $250 to be awarded annually to a student on the Saint John campus who achieves the highest standing in one of the following courses, in this order of preference: GEOL 2212 (Sedimentology I), GEOL 2201 (Biogeology I), GEOL 2045 (Introductory Geology for Biologists), or BIOL 2585 (Introductory Ecology). The prize is funded by the family of the late Dr. Teed from moneys obtained for the use of Mary's Point Island, N.B., sandstone quarry for historical reconstruction of buildings in Nova Scotia. 

John (“Jack”) Terhune Prize in Marine Biology

G

conditions: A $400 prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Biology Department on the Saint John campus to the student graduating at Spring Convocation with the highest CGPA in the Bachelor of Science (Marine Biology) degree program on the Saint John campus. This prize is funded by the Biology Department in recognition of Dr. Jack Terhune’s distinguished service to the Biology Department and UNBSJ, and his outstanding career as a Marine Biologist. 

Dr. Carl K. Tompkins Prize

U(DLF) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize to be awarded on the Saint John campus to the student who has achieved the highest overall standing in Chemical Thermodynamics and Electrochemistry and Chemical Kinetics. The prize has been funded by colleagues & friends upon the retirement in 1999 of Dr. C.K. Tompkins, who taught Chemistry at UNB for over 30 years. 

UNB Saint John Engineering Prize

U

conditions: A prize of $1,250 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of UNBSJ Engineering faculty members to an academically outstanding student who has completed the normal four terms of Civil, Chemical, Electrical, Computer or Mechanical Engineering (approximately 90-95 ch) at UNBSJ and who will continue the degree at UNB. The prize has been funded by the Department of Engineering alumni and friends. 

UNB Saint John Science Prize

U

conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded annually to the Saint John campus student with the highest assessment year grade point average at the completion of the normal requirements for the first year of a B.Sc. Program in the Faculty of Science, Applied Science and Engineering. The student must continue in Science on the Saint John campus. The prize has been funded by the Science faculty members. 

UNBSJ Nursing Prize

U

conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded annually to an outstanding BN or BN/RN student on the recommendation of the Faculty of Nursing, UNB Saint John. 

Walter C. & Marion (Waring) White Biology Prize

U

conditions: A prize of the annual earnings of the endowment to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Biology Department of the Faculty of Science, Applied Science and Engineering at UNBSJ to a UNBSJ student who has shown promise in first year Biology in theoretical and laboratory studies. The prize is established in memory of Walter C. and Marion J. (Waring) White by their daughter, Nancy W. MacLeod. 

UNRESTRICTED

Alumni Prize

U (DLR) (PVF)

conditions: Up to four prizes of $250 each awarded to the students on both campuses who make the highest grade point average on the examinations in the required subjects of the Freshman year. The prize is funded by the UNB Associated Alumni. 

Applied Statistics Centre Prize I

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $150 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Applied Statistic Centre to Fredericton campus students for outstanding achievement in STAT 3083. The prize is funded by the UNB Applied Statistics Centre. 

Applied Statistics Centre Prize II

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $150 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Applied Statistic Centre to Fredericton campus students for outstanding achievement in STAT 3093. The prize is funded by the UNB Applied Statistics Centre. 

Athletic Achievement Awards

conditions: A fund has been established by R.H.B. McLaughlin (CE'43), student athlete and long-time professor of Civil Engineering at UNB. The objective of the fund is to provide a means whereby the Alumni and the University can recognize achievement by individual athletes or athletic teams representing the University in National or International competition in the category of major sports. The awards consist of suitable memorabilia or functions to honor or recognize those who have achieved special recognition. An on-going committee has been established by the donor with the funds being administered by the Alumni director who is the permanent member of the Awards committee. 

Adam and Dora Cameron Prize

U (DLR) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $750 to be awarded to a student who, upon completion of the Freshman year, has made the highest standing in the work of the Freshman year. 

CIS Academic All-Canadian

U(DLF) (PVF)

conditions: Certificates and a monetary prize will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Director of Athletics to the student-athletes who have achieved at least a 3.5 assessment grade point average and have contributed significantly to a varsity sport on the Fredericton campus. This prize is supported by the Canadian Interuniversity Sport and funded by the Friends of the Varsity Reds. 

City of Saint John Award

G

conditions: A prize of $500 and a plaque to be awarded annually at Spring Convocation on the Saint John Campus to the academically outstanding graduating student who completes his/her degree while registered in a Saint John Campus program. The prize has been funded by the Saint John Faculty. 

Class of 1909 Prize

G (DLR) (PVF)

conditions: Through the generosity of graduates of the class of 1909, a prize of $2,800 will be given annually to a member of the graduating class who has shown distinction in the final year, but who has not qualified for an award otherwise. 

Michael R. Cochrane Memorial Medal

U

conditions: A medal donated by UNB, Fredericton campus SRC to be awarded annually to a student enrolled in the final year on the Fredericton campus and maintaining a satisfactory academic standing. The medal is awarded on the basis of contributions to improving human and community relations. 

Dr. Ann Gorman Condon Academic Athletics Achievement Award

conditions: Two $500 prizes will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Director of Athletics to students who have demonstrated academic excellence and have contributed significantly to a sport on the Saint John campus. Consideration will be given to the student's involvement in extra-curricular activities such as Howl with the Wolves and Adopt a School. One prize will be given to a male student and one prize will be given to a female student. The prize is funded by the friends and family of Dr. Ann Gorman Condon. 

Department of Mathematics Prizes in Enriched Calculus

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Two prizes of $450 each to be awarded annually to students enrolled in enriched calculus on the Fredericton campus. The prizes will be awarded to the top students who, in the opinion of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, show the greatest promise in Mathematics. The prize has been established by Dr. Kuldip Singh. 

Douglas Gold Medal

G

conditions: A gold medal is offered for competition every year among undergraduates. This medal was founded by the late Sir Howard Douglas, Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of New Brunswick and first Chancellor of King's College. It is awarded for the best composition in prose or verse in the Greek, Latin or English languages, on any subject within the regular course of study pursued in the university. Undergraduate theses or reports may be considered along with essays or verse compositions produced as part of regular class work. They may be revised by the student on the basis of instructors' comments. Compositions are submitted by instructors, with the consent of the student, through the department to a committee appointed by the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research. The medal is awarded at Encaenia. 

Sir Howard Douglas Award

conditions: Open to full and part-time undergraduate students who have completed the equivalent of at least year two of an undergraduate degree program, have achieved Dean’s List in the previous year, and are nominated by their Faculty. Selection will be based on two factors: scholastic attainment and involvement in extra-curricular and/or co-curricular activities. Scholastic attainment will be measured by the student’s GPA. The nature of the students’ extra-curricular and/or co-curricular activities will be assessed on the basis of the significance of the student’s contribution, any innovation related to the activity, amount and time of involvement, its independence from actual course or program work, its independence from remuneration, and its linkage to the student’s overall growth as a human being. 

Dr. James Downey Student Leadership Award

U

conditions: Awarded on the basis of "outstanding contribution to student life" to a student who is a member of the UNB Student union (ie. Paid the student activity fee). The recipient must be in good academic standing. The award is made on the basis of nominations. Advertisements for the award and a call for nominations or applications will be made annually by the Office of the Director of Student Affairs and Services. Ideally, the award is to be presented at the Annual Student Union Banquet. Should there be no banquet, the Director of Student Affairs and Services may select another appropriate forum. Awarding Agency: A Committee formed by the Director of Student Affairs and Services to include representation from the Undergraduate Awards Office. 

Craig S. Fleisher Award for Scholarship & Voluntarism

G

conditions: A prize of $250 awarded annually upon graduation to a UNBSJ student who has served as an executive member of the Golden Key International Honour Society and who has demonstrated outstanding performance in both scholarship and in giving of themselves in voluntary service to the broader community. The selection of the recipient will be made by the Faculty Advisor of the Golden Key International Honour Society. The prize is funded by Dr. Craig S. Fleisher, on behalf of the Canadian Council for Public Affairs Advancement. 

Dr. Berton C. Foster Memorial Prize

U (DLR) (PVF)

conditions: An annual prize of $800 to be given to a student from a Fredericton high school-other than a Beaverbrook Scholar-who has made the highest standing in the work of the Freshman year. The scholarship has been established by Mrs. Agnes S. Foster. 

Governor General's Silver Medal

G

conditions: A silver medal to be awarded annually to the undergraduate student who achieves the highest academic standing in an undergraduate Bachelor's degree program. The medal is awarded at Encaenia. 

Barry Hoyt Student Leadership Award

U

conditions: An award of $1,000 and a plaque or certificate is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Office of Student Services to a Saint John campus student who has made an outstanding contribution to student life and school spirit. The recipient has completed a minimum of one year (a minimum of 24 ch) of his or her degree on the Saint John campus and returns to UNB Saint John to study full-time; must be in good academic standing (min. 2.5 cumulative gpa); and has demonstrated outstanding leadership in student activities and/or university activities. These activities could include but not be limited to: orientation, peer mentoring and student government. This award is funded by friends and family of Barry Hoyt, the UNB Saint John Student Union and the Class of 2002. 

Dr. C. C. Jones Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: Two $125 prizes, one on each campus, are awarded on the recommendations of the Mathematics Departments at UNB to a student who has completed the normal requirements for the first year of the program in which he/she is registered. Awarded on the basis of the record of the student in first year at the University as follows: (1) First division standing in either Mathematics 1003/1013 or 1053/1063. (2) General standing in all other subjects of the first year. (3) The worthiness of the student. Holders of a major scholarship are ineligible. The prize is funded by the UNB Associated Alumni. 

Thomas Allen Levy Memorial Prize

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A prize of $125 is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of Political Science to the Fredericton campus student who has completed the normal requirements for the second or third year and has written the best paper for a Canadian Politics course. The prize is funded by the Department of Political Science. 

Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick Silver Medal

G

conditions: Fourteen medals are to be awarded annually to the outstanding graduating student in each Faculty. The selection is to be made in each case by the appropriate Faculty. The medals are awarded at Encaenia on the Fredericton campus and the Spring Convocation on the Saint John campus, with the exception of the Faculty of Education medal which is awarded at Fall Convocation on the Fredericton campus. Awarded to the full-time or part-time student judged to be the most outstanding student based primarily on the last half of his/her program as decided by the Faculty in consultation with the Registrar. Students enrolled in a concurrent program are eligible to be considered for the medal in each of the degree programs so represented. 

Linguistics Book Prize

U

conditions: A book prize will be awarded on the recommendation of the Coordinator of the Linguistics Program, UNB Saint John, to a Saint John campus student who demonstrates outstanding performance in linguistics courses. This award is open to all students enrolled in a linguistics program (Minor, Double Major, Joint Honours). The prize has been funded by Dr. Virginia Hill. 

Linguistics Prize

U

conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded on the recommendation of the Coordinator of the Linguistics Program, UNB Saint John, to a Saint John campus student who demonstrates a deep understanding of linguistic concepts in upper level linguistics courses. The recipient must be a continuing student enrolled in a linguistics program (Minor, Double Major or Joint Honours). The prize has been funded by Drs. Virginia and Rod Hill. 

Mary Louise Lynch Prize in Memory of Annie McGuiggan

U

conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Registrar to a graduate of St. Vincent's High School or St. Malachy’s High School, with preference given to the St. Vincent’s graduate, who has the highest standing after completing the first and second years of full-time study at the Saint John Campus of the University of New Brunswick. The prize has been funded by Miss Mary Louise Lynch, a long-time member of the Board of Governors of the University, in honour of her former teacher at St. Vincent's, who was an inspiring teacher over her many years of distinguished service. 

Miramichi Historians' Prize in New Brunswick History

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $1,000 prize awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of History to a Fredericton campus undergraduate student who submitted an outstanding essay or report on New Brunswick history or biography to satisfy a regular course requirement. Preference will be given to studies done on Miramichi or Northumberland County topics. In the event that no qualifying essay or report on such topics is submitted in a given year, the award will be granted for superior achievement in similar work for a course on New Brunswick, Atlantic, or Canadian history. This prize is funded by Professor Emeritus Willis D. Hamilton, author of the Dictionary of Miramichi Biography and other works, in honour of Robert Cooney, Louise Manny, W.Harold Davidson, James A. Fraser and others whose writings have helped preserve Miramichi and provincial history. 

Dean D. Kermode Parr Prize in English UNBF

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of at least $1,000 to be awarded annually, on the recommendation of the English Department to an outstanding Fredericton campus student who achieves high standing in fourth year English. This prize recognizes the contributions of D. Kermode Parr, a published author and former dean of the University of New Brunswick's Alexander College, the home to many WWII veterans pursuing a UNB education. This prize is funded by Dr. Frank E. Webb (BSF 1949). 

Dean D. Kermode Parr Prize in English UNBSJ

G (DLF) (PVF)

conditions: A prize of at least $1,000 to be awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Division Department of Humanities and Languages to an outstanding Saint John campus student who achieves high standing in fourth year English. This prize recognizes the contributions of D. Kermode Parr, a published author and former dean of the University of New Brunswick's Alexander College, the home to many WWII veterans pursuing a UNB education. This prize is funded by Dr. Frank E. Webb (BSF 1949). 

Political Science Book Prize

G

conditions: A book prize to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Department of History and Politics (Politics Discipline) to a graduating student on the Saint John campus who has shown a high level of achievement and interest in the area of Political Science. The prize is funded by the Politics Discipline of the Department of History and Politics. 

Jamie Reid Prize for History of the Military in New Brunswick

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $200 prize to be awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Department of History, to an undergraduate or graduate student for the best essay on the history of the military in New Brunswick written by a student on the Fredericton campus. The prize has been established by Major Jamie Reid of the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry. 

Saint John Campus Silver Anniversary Prize

U(DLF) (PVF)

conditions: The $700 Saint John Campus Silver Anniversary Prize is to be awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty to an exceptional student who has completed 90 credit hours of courses at the Saint John Campus. The prize is to be awarded to one student each year on a rotating Faculty basis. Each Faculty will elect its own selection committee with the Registrar as an ex-officio member. The funding for this prize was provided by members of the Saint John Faculty in commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of the campus in 1989. 

Student Union Activity Award

G

conditions: Awarded to Fredericton campus students who have made an outstanding contribution to student life during their time at UNB. Gold, Silver and Merit level awards are given to students on the recommendation of the Vice-President Student Services according to their level of participation. 

UNB Geomatics Day Award

U(DLF)(PVF)

conditions: A $200 prize to be awarded biennially on the recommendation of the Data and Maps Department of the Harriet Irving Library to an undergraduate or graduate student at UNB who submits the most outstanding map of New Brunswick. The subject and type of the map are not restricted in any way. The prize is funded by Elizabeth Hamilton. 

UNBSJ Student Leadership Award

U

conditions: Awards to be given annually at spring convocation to students on the Saint John campus who have demonstrated outstanding campus leadership in student activities and/or university activities. Notation to appear on student transcript. Nominations received and selections made by a committee of students and administration, headed by Student Services. 

Bradley Michael Whipple (BMW) Memorial Award

An award of at least $500 is provided annually on the recommendation of the instructors at the Saint John College to a full-time Saint John College student who has demonstrated commitment and enthusiasm for language learning in the classroom and has exemplary attendance. The recipient must have completed at least one term at SJ College and  achieved a final grade of 80% or higher. The prize is funded by family, friends and colleagues of the late Brad Whipple, and Saint John College.