TRENT UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS, PRIZES, BURSARIES & AWARDS

 
TRENT UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS, PRIZES, BURSARIES & AWARDS
TRENT
   UNIVERSITY
SCHOLARSHIPS, PRIZES, BURSARIES & AWARDS

                 2019-
                 2020
2019–2020
     Scholarships, Prizes,
     Bursaries & Awards

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Financial Aid  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  1
      Thank You to Our Benefactors���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 1

Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  3
      Prestigious Scholarships�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3
      Endowed In-Course and Entrance Scholarships���������������������������������������������������������������������� 4
      Externally Awarded Scholarships ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
      International Scholarships��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
      Medals�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13

Prizes  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  14
       College Prizes �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 26
       Trent University Durham Prizes�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 31
       International Prizes�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 32
       Experiential Learning Prizes ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 33

Bursaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  34
      Entrance Bursaries & Awards ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 34
      In-Course Bursaries ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 35
      Trent University Durham Bursaries and Awards�������������������������������������������������������������������� 51
      International Bursaries�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 52
      External Bursaries���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 52

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                                                                                                       Financial Aid
trentu.ca/financialaid
The Financial Aid Office administers the many financial aid programs available at Trent and provides
assistance and advice to students seeking financial aid. Detailed information on financial aid is
available on the Financial Aid website.

Thank You to Our Benefactors
trentu.ca/give
The funds we are able to offer students for financial aid and recognition of academic excellence
include gifts from individuals, corporations, and other organizations through annual campaign
and legacy giving programs, and through support from various levels of government. We are
grateful to our past and present donors for their contributions, which benefit our students and
support education and research at Trent University. For more information about the Trent University
Endowment Fund please visit our website or contact us directly.

Information for Departments on Changes and Updates:
For changes to the wording and terms of reference of listed awards, please contact Jennifer
MacIsaac, jmacisaac@trentu.ca in the Advancement Office, Ext. 7073.

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 Type                Criteria                    Application                When

                                                                                                         Financial Aid
 Scholarships        Based on GPA                Prestigious scholarships   Prestigious applications
  – Prestigious      See Undergraduate           require application        due April 1
  – Renewable        Scholarship Policy          All other scholarships     Students notified of
                                                 awarded automatically      final scholarship value in
  – In-Course
                                                                            August
                                                                            Scholarships credited to
                                                                            student accounts at the
                                                                            start of each term
 Prizes              Based on donor criteria     Awarded automatically      Usually awarded at the
                     Usually merit based         unless otherwise           end of calendar year by
                                                 specified                  departments
 Bursaries           Based on proven             General bursary            Awarded in the first half
                     financial need              application posted on      of each term
                     Must be in receipt          myTrent student portal
                     of OSAP or student          at the beginning of each
                     assistance program from     term
                     home province
 Awards              Based on donor criteria     Apply using general        Awarded in the first half
                     Usually needs-based         bursary application on     of each term
                                                 myTrent student portal
                                                 (Bursaries, above)
 OSAP                Ontario Residents who       Apply through OSAP         Students are advised
                     are Canadian citizens       website:                   to begin application by
                                                 ontario.ca/osap            April of each year

 Financial Aid for   For more information refer to the Trent International web page: trentu.ca/tip
 International
 Students

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                                                                                                          Scholarships
Please refer to the Financial Aid website trentu.ca/financialaid/scholarships.php for scholarship
regulations.

Prestigious Scholarships
Students must apply for these scholarships. The application opens at the beginning of January
through the myTrent applicant portal under the FINANCES tab. Deadline to apply is April 1.
»» Champlain Scholarship
   Awarded to entering students of exceptionally high academic achievement and promise. This
   scholarship is renewed in each of the succeeding three years of study providing that an academic
   average of at least 80% is maintained in five Trent University credits in each academic year. Value
   of scholarship is $5,000.
»» Michael Treadwell Scholarship
   Established in 2000 to honour the late Professor Michael Treadwell, one of the earliest members
   of Trent University’s Department of English Literature, a noted scholar and bibliographer in the
   field of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century English literature, and a devoted friend to his many
   undergraduate students. Awarded every four years to an entering student of exceptionally high
   academic achievement and promise intending to major in the humanities. This scholarship is
   renewed in each of the succeeding three years of study providing that an academic average of at
   least 80% is maintained in five Trent University credits in each academic year. Value of scholarship
   is $4,500. Awarded for the first time for the 2005–2006 academic year and at four-year intervals
   thereafter. The winner will be selected by the Department of English Literature. This scholarship
   will be next offered to students entering in the September 2021 academic year.
»» Board of Governors’ Leadership Scholarship
   Each year one scholarship is awarded to an entering student who has shown outstanding
   leadership and involvement in his/her community, as well as academic achievement. This
   scholarship is renewed in each of the succeeding three years of study providing that an academic
   average of at least 80% is maintained in five Trent University credits in each academic year. Value
   of scholarship is $4,500.
»» Trent University Special Admission Scholarship
   Awarded to entering students of outstanding academic and extra-curricular achievement. This
   scholarship is renewed in each of the succeeding three years of study providing that an academic
   average of at least 80% is maintained in five Trent University credits in each academic year. Value
   of scholarship is $3,750.
»» Canada-Wide Science Fair Scholarship
   Awarded to an entering student of outstanding academic and extra-curricular achievement who
   has been awarded a medal or honourable mention for a senior-level project at a Canada-Wide
   science fair within the past two calendar years. Students must provide proof of achievement at
   the Canada-Wide science fair. This scholarship is renewed in each of the succeeding three years
   of study providing that an academic average of at least 80% is maintained in five Trent University
   credits in each academic year. Value of scholarship is $3,750.

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Endowed In-Course and Entrance Scholarships                                                                 4

Listed below are endowed scholarships awarded to Trent students for academic excellence. These

                                                                                                          Scholarships
scholarships may be awarded as entrance, in-course, or scholarship renewals. Unless specifically
noted, the scholarships do not require an application. See trentu.ca/financialaid/scholarships.php for
further details.
»» Robert Annett Scholarships
   There are two scholarships named in honour of Professor Robert G. Annett, who taught
   Biochemistry at Trent University 1968–1998 and was master of Otonabee College 1994–1998. His
   compassion and selflessness endeared him to colleagues, students, and staff. These scholarships,
   gifts of the Annett family, friends, and alumni, are normally awarded to an Otonabee College
   student majoring in Chemistry, preferably Biochemistry.
»» Bill Armstrong Scholarship
   The gift of Daryl Bennett in memory of William (Bill) Armstrong of Orono. Awarded, on the
   recommendation of the coordinator of the Northern and Polar Studies program, to a student of
   high achievement and promise entering the final year of an Honours program with an Emphasis in
   Northern and Polar Studies.
»» Clair Bailey Scholarship in Language and Literacy Education
   A founding faculty member of the Queen’s University Faculty of Education and the Trent-
   Queen’s Concurrent Education program, J. Clair Bailey’s work was especially focused on ‘Literacy
   and Learning’ and how achievement in both can be realized through engagement across the
   curriculum. This scholarship is awarded in his name, to a primary-junior aspiring teacher at the end
   of their third year in Trent’s Teacher Education Stream program, who has demonstrated personal
   insight and a passion for children’s literacy and learning, through coursework and in practicum
   settings.
»» Bata Scholarship
   The gift of Thomas J. Bata, one of the original honourary sponsors of the University and a member
   of the Board of Governors from 1963-1973. Awarded to promising students in their second year
   of study.
»» John Bernard Scholarship
   Established by John Bernard, president of Donna Cona. Awarded annually to an outstanding
   Aboriginal student (First Nation, Métis, or Inuit) who has completed at least one year at Trent and
   whose work contributes to the wise use of technology within Aboriginal communities.
»» Bews Scholarship
   Awarded to students in their second, third and fourth year majoring in Ancient Greek & Roman
   Studies, French Studies, or English Literature, in that respective order based on academic
   achievement. These scholarships were established by W.A. (Bill) and Vena Bews, parents of
   Professor Janet P. Bews of Trent University.
»» Janet Bews Scholarship in Alzheimer Disease and Related Dementias
   Established by the Alzheimer Society of Peterborough and Area in memory of Professor Janet P.
   Bews, a member of the Trent Classics Department from 1966 to 1999 and a strong advocate for
   the Alzheimer Society. Awarded to one or two collaborative student(s) enrolled in Nursing courses
   at the 3000 or 4000 level or compressed students enrolled in 2000-level Nursing courses at the
   time of application, and showing a career interest in nursing care for persons with dementia.
   Selection is based on academic merit, an essay, and an interview application process.
»» Binney & Smith Scholarship
   Established by Binney & Smith (Canada) Ltd. of Lindsay. Awarded to students in the Teacher
   Education Stream of the School of Education and Professional Learning.

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»» Biology Department Scholarship                                                                       5
   Awarded to a student of high academic achievement and promise entering the third or fourth
   year of the Biology program. Students may only receive this scholarship once per degree.

                                                                                                      Scholarships
»» The BMO Financial Group Scholarship
   Established by the BMO Financial Group. Awarded annually to an undergraduate student who
   combines high academic standing and community involvement.
»» Maurice Boote Scholarship
   Established in honour of Maurice J. Boote, one of the founding faculty members of Trent
   University and the first chair of the Economics Department. Awarded to an outstanding student
   entering the fourth year of the Honours program in Economics.
»» Winifred Elizabeth Burton Scholarship
   A scholarship of $2,000. Awarded to an outstanding student entering first or a higher year.
»» Cyril and Jenny Carter Scholarship in Mathematics
   Awarded to a student of high academic achievement and promise entering the second, third, or
   fourth year of the Mathematics program.
»» Cyril and Jenny Carter Scholarships in Environmental Studies
   Awarded to a student of high academic achievement and promise entering the second, third, or
   fourth year of the Environmental & Resource Studies program.
»» Anthony Cekota Scholarships
   Established to honour Anthony Cekota, a self-made man who edited and published a chain of
   magazines and newspapers in his native Czechoslovakia. He also authored several books and
   papers on problems of industrial management and sociology, and continued as a consultant
   and advisor on industrial relations following his retirement after 45 years with the Bata Shoe
   organization. Awarded to students demonstrating exceptional academic performance.
»» Chartwell Scholarship in Indigenous Studies
   Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student in the Indigenous Studies Program based upon
   academic achievement.
»» Chartwell Scholarship in Sustainable Agriculture & Food System
   Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student in the Sustainable Agriculture & Food Systems
   program based upon academic achievement.
»» Sylvia Cherney Scholarship
   The gift of the late Harry Cherney, and of Brian Cherney and Lawrence Cherney, is named in
   memory of Sylvia Cherney. Awarded to in-course students majoring in English Literature with the
   aim of encouraging promise and interest in the study of drama.
»» Children of Alumni Scholarship
   Established in 1987 to recognize that the second generation, the children of our alumni, was at
   hand. To qualify, at least one of the applicant’s parents or grandparents must have graduated or
   received an honorary degree from Trent University, or completed five or more courses at Trent.
»» City of Kawartha Lakes Scholarship
   Established by the Town of Lindsay. Awarded to an entering student of high academic
   achievement from the City of Kawartha Lakes who has also demonstrated peer leadership in the
   school setting and involvement in community affairs.
»» City of Quinte West Scholarship
   Established by the Corporation of the City of Trenton. Awarded to an entering student who
   resides in the City of Quinte West.
»» Cranston Scholarship
   A gift of alumnus John Cranston and alumna Mary Cranston. Awarded to a current Trent student
   who has demonstrated considerable academic improvement while at Trent.

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»» Howard Darling Scholarship                                                                              6
   Established in honour of Howard Darling, supervisor, Grounds and Custodial services. Awarded to
   an upper-year student who has demonstrated excellence in Environmental & Resource Studies.

                                                                                                         Scholarships
»» Department of English Literature Scholarship
   The gift of the Department of English Literature. Awarded to the best student entering the fourth
   year of the Honours program in English Literature.
»» Roscoe F. Downey Scholarship
   The gift of the late Roscoe F. Downey of Peterborough. Awarded to an entering student from
   Peterborough or Victoria County.
»» Margaret Doxey Scholarship in Political Science
   Established to honour Professor Emerita, Margaret Doxey who was a trailblazer as a female
   professor with Trent's Department of Political Studies. Awarded to an upper-year student in third
   or fourth year who has written the best paper on a topic that explores a political issue that has a
   significant international dimension. Students must be enrolled as a major in Political Studies and
   must have a minimum GPA of 80%. Nominations will be made by faculty in the Department of
   Political Studies.
»» William Paxton Eastwood Scholarship
   The gift of the late William Paxton Eastwood, a former citizen of Peterborough and Ocala, Florida.
   Awarded in recognition of academic excellence.
»» Roy L. Edwards Scholarship
   Established in honour of Roy L. Edwards, one of the founding faculty members of Trent University
   and the first chair of the Biology department. Awarded to two outstanding students entering
   the fourth year of the Honours program in Biology. The aim of these scholarships is to encourage
   promise and interest in the study of freshwater ecology and in terrestrial ecology.
»» Ewing Memorial Scholarships and Honours Awards
   The gift of the late C. W. Ewing, a native of Warkworth, Ontario. Scholarships are awarded to
   students entering the University. Awards are available to students entering the fourth year based
   upon financial need and academic achievement.
»» Faculty Scholarship
   The gift of a member of the founding academic staff of Trent University. Awarded to an entering
   student living in residence.
»» Reginald R. Faryon Scholarships
   The gift of the Quaker Oats Company of Canada in memory of the late Reginald R. Faryon, a
   former president of the company and an active member of the Founding Board of Trent University.
»» Robert M. Fowler Scholarship
   The gift of the Quaker Oats Company of Canada in memory of the late Robert M. Fowler, a
   former member of the Board of Directors of Quaker Oats, and the Board of Governors of Trent
   University. Awarded to a student in the final year of the Business Administration program.
»» Marion Fry Scholarship in the Humanities
   Established in 2017 by family, friends and colleagues in honour of Dr. Marion Fry, a Philosophy
   professor and first principal of Catharine Parr Traill College who later became the vice-president
   of Trent from 1975-79 and periodic acting president. To be awarded to full-time undergraduate
   students in second year and above and in the Humanities based upon academic achievement.
   Preference will be given to students affiliated with Traill College. May be renewable.
»» Rufus Gibbs Scholarships
   The gift of the late Rufus C. Gibbs born in Peterborough in 1882. Rufus settled in Vancouver in
   1908 and established Gibbs Tool and Stamping Works Limited. Awarded to students in all years,
   on the basis of academic standing, all-round achievement and character.

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»» John Gilchrist Memorial Scholarship                                                                             7
   Named in memory of John Gilchrist, a distinguished medieval scholar who taught at Trent.
   Awarded to an upper-year student with a single or joint-major in one of Ancient Greek & Roman

                                                                                                                 Scholarships
   Studies , Canadian Studies, Cultural Studies, English Literature, History, Modern Languages, or
   Philosophy.
»» Hector and Geraldine Elizabeth Gray Scholarships
   The gift of the late Hector and Geraldine Elizabeth Gray. Awarded to students entering the third
   year of a Bachelor of Arts program.
»» Green and White Athletic Scholarships
   Athletic financial scholarships offered to entering student athletes who have achieved an average
   above 80% and have been recruited for athletics skills and abilities.
»» Peter Gzowski Northern Scholarship
   This scholarship was established by the law firm Heenan Blaikie, and by his friends across Canada,
   to honour the late Peter Gzowski, the eighth chancellor of Trent University. One scholarship is
   awarded annually to an academically outstanding undergraduate with a demonstrated interest
   in northern and polar studies and who has engaged in northern research as part of his or her
   undergraduate studies.
»» The F. A. Hagar Scholarship
   Established in 1988 by the friends and colleagues of Professor Hagar to mark his retirement from
   the Department of History. Assists a recent graduate of the Bachelors or Master’s programs at
   Trent to fund travel to pursue a postgraduate degree at an accredited post-secondary institution
   in the British Isles or India in the fields of British or Indian history or English literature. Deadline of
   June 1 for application (see Financial Aid Office for details).
»» Brian Heeney Scholarship
   Established in memory of Brian Heeney, former Provost and Vice-President Academic of Trent, by
   his family, friends and colleagues. To be awarded to an outstanding student entering first year.
»» Heritage Scholarship
   This scholarship honours the Curtis and Milburn families, both of which settled very early in the
   Peterborough area and have contributed continuously to its development. It is awarded to one
   outstanding student entering the final year of the Honours program in English Literature.
»» Hockey Alumni Athletic Award
   Established by Trent alumni who love the game of hockey. Awarded to upper-year full-time
   students based upon financial need and good standing. Preference will be given to men and/or
   women playing extramural or intermural hockey at Trent. OTSS guidelines apply.
»» George Henry and Jane Laing Howson Scholarship
   The gift of the late Miss A. Howson and the late Mrs. M. H. Simpson, in memory of their late
   parents. Awarded to a student with high academic standing who is proceeding to the degree of
   Bachelor of Arts.
»» Tom Hutchinson Scholarship
   Named in honour of Professor Emeritus Tom Hutchinson, one of Canada's foremost ecologists
   and instrumental in establishing the Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Program. To be
   awarded to an undergraduate student entering fourth year and majoring in SAFS with the highest
   overall average.
»» Francis Dean Kerr Scholarship
   The gift of the late Mrs. F. D. Kerr of Peterborough in honour of her late husband, who was one
   of the original honorary sponsors of the University.

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»» Margaret Laurence Scholarship                                                                           8
   Named in honour of the late Margaret Laurence, a former chancellor of the University. Awarded
   for outstanding achievement in the fields of Canadian literature or Canadian Studies.

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»» Lodge Physics Scholarships
   Named in honour of the founding chair of the Physics & Astronomy Department. Awarded to
   the best student in each of the first, second, and third years who is entering the next year of a
   single- or joint-major program in Physics, Chemical Physics, Computing Systems & Physics, or
   Mathematical Physics. The award is based on Physics courses leading to the major or joint-major.
»» Marys’ Fund Scholarship
   Established in honour of Mary Margaret (Stuart) Beattie and Mary Marjorie (Murphy) Beattie,
   respectively the late mother and late wife of the donor, David Beattie. Awarded to an outstanding
   student entering the final year of the Honours program in Philosophy.
»» Dr. Ross Matthews Scholarship
   Established in honour of the late Dr. Ross Matthews. Awarded to an entering student for
   demonstrated academic excellence.
»» Ralph McEwen Forestry Scholarship
   Established with an estate gift from Canadian Author, Jessie E. McEwen (1898-1986) in honour of
   her brother Ralph McEwen who died at the age of 12. Awarded for the highest marks to students
   completing second year in the Trent School of the Environment and have taken courses in forestry
   and/or have undertaken outstanding forestry-related projects.
»» Ralph McEwen Scholarship in Canadian Literature and Canadian Social History
   Established with an estate gift from Canadian Author, Jessie E. McEwen (1898-1986) in honour of
   her brother Ralph McEwen who died at the age of 12. Scholarships are awarded for excellence to
   students who are undertaking courses in Canadian literature or Canadian social history.
»» Jean McKerracher Scholarship in Biology
   Awarded to outstanding student(s) entering the fourth year of the Honours program in Biology or
   Biochemistry or Biomedical with the aim of encouraging promise and interest in a career in health
   services.
»» Robin Morris Scholarship
   Established by her family and friends, in memory of Robin Morris (’91). Awarded annually to a
   student in the Business Administration program whose spirit, enthusiasm, and commitment to
   Human Resource Management is considered to be outstanding.
»» Justice Samuel H. Murphy Scholarship
   This scholarship was established by friends, colleagues, and family members to honour and
   remember Mr. Justice Samuel H. Murphy. The scholarship is awarded to the student entering
   fourth year with the highest average earned in the following courses in Canadian politics and
   political theory: POST 2011H Governing Canada, POST 2012H Democratizing Canada (or POST
   2010Y Canadian Politics) and POST 2351H: The Political Imagination I and POST 2352H: The
   Political Imagination II, or POST 3330Y Political Theory.
»» William Allan Newell Scholarship
   The gift of the late Judson Newell of Prescott in honour of his father, the chairman and founder of
   the Newell Manufacturing Co., Ltd. Awarded to an entering student proceeding to the degree of
   Bachelor of Science.
»» Mary L. Northway Scholarship
   Established in honour of Mary Northway. Awarded to one or two students with the highest
   academic average entering into the fourth year of the Honours program in Canadian Studies.

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»» Dr. Charles Omole Medical Scholarship                                                                     9
   Established by Dr. Charles Omole, an alumnus of the original class of 1964 upon his death in
   2012. Charles never forgot how important Trent was on his path to becoming a general surgeon

                                                                                                           Scholarships
   in Wingham, Ontario. To be awarded to a full-time upper-year undergraduate student pursuing
   Trent courses BIOL 4450Y: Placement in Health Sciences or BIOL 4460H: Internship in Medical
   Sciences with the intention to become a doctor, or to a student enrolled in current or future Trent
   University medically-related courses or programs that are approved by the Selections Committee.
   See Biology Department for application procedures. Students may only receive this scholarship
   once per degree.
»» Robert Paehlke Scholarship
   Named in honour of Professor Emeritus Robert C. Paehlke who was the founding chair of the
   Environmental and Resource Studies/Science program in 1972. To be awarded to a full-time
   undergraduate student in third or fourth year in the Trent School of the Environment based upon
   academic achievement. Preference will be given to students excelling in environmental journalism
   or environmental communication.
»» Robert J. D. Page Scholarship
   Established to honour Dr. Robert J. D. Page who was a trailblazer with Trent’s ERS program from
   its beginnings. Awarded annually to a student entering fourth year in the Trent School of the
   Environment’s (TSE) ERS program (BSc., BA or BESS) who best combines academic achievement
   and public environmental service. The recipient is selected by the TSE Student Awards Committee.
»» Peterborough Examiner Scholarship
   The gift of the Peterborough Examiner Co. Ltd. Awarded to an outstanding student entering first
   or a higher year and living in residence.
»» Quaker Oats Company of Canada Limited Scholarships in the Humanities
   Established by the Quaker Oats Company of Canada Limited. Two scholarships awarded to
   deserving students entering the fourth year of an Honours degree in the humanities.
»» Jennifer A. Reed Leadership Scholarship
   Established in memory of Jennifer Reed (Alumna ‘88) by family, friends and colleagues for her
   enormous love of life and country and her involvement with the Governor General’s Canadian
   Leadership Conferences. To be awarded to a full-time undergraduate student in second year and
   above in any program with a minimum average of 80%. The student must have demonstrated
   leadership qualities that contribute to Trent’s mission, the community or the country as a whole.
»» J. J. Robinette Scholarships
   Established by friends and colleagues to honour the 60th anniversary of Dr. J. J. Robinette’s call to
   the Bar. He was a member of the Trent’s first Board of Governors, and chancellor of the University
   from 1984 to 1987.
»» Helen and Barney Sandwell Scholarship
   The gift of the distinguished Canadian publisher B. D. Sandwell, a long-time member of the Trent
   Board and its chair from 1971 to 1975, and of his wife Helen. Awarded to an outstanding student
   majoring in English Literature entering the third year of a degree program.
»» Frank and Reata Scott Scholarship
   The gift of the late Helen Whiteside in memory of her parents. Awarded to a student entering
   the third year of a Bachelor of Arts program and renewable in the fourth year provided that the
   student maintains a scholarship standing of 80%.
»» Katherine E. Scott Scholarship
   The gift of the late Dr. C. M. Scott of Peterborough, in honour of his late wife.
»» William Bligh Shaw Scholarship
   The gift of Muriel Beatrice Shaw. Awarded to an outstanding student in the first year of the
   Business Administration Program.

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»» Shoppers Drug Mart Scholarships                                                                       10
   The gift of Imasco Ltd. Awarded to students of high academic achievement entering first or a
   higher year in the University.

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»» Slavin Research Scholarship in Physics & Astronomy
   Established in 2011 by Prof. Alan Slavin and Linda Slavin, along with students, friends, and
   colleagues, upon Prof. Slavin’s retirement after 38 years at Trent. The scholarship will be awarded
   yearly to a graduate-program applicant who will be supervised by a faculty member of the
   Department of Physics & Astronomy, and/or to an upper-year undergraduate student enrolled in
   the Physics program and who will be supervised by a faculty member of the Department of Physics
   & Astronomy.
»» H. Clare Sootheran Scholarship
   The gift of the late H. Clare Sootheran of Peterborough. Awarded for excellence in the humanities.
»» Ian Stonehewer Memorial Scholarship
   The gift of Mr. and Mrs. John Stonehewer in honour of Ian Stonehewer, BA Honours 1975.
   Awarded for excellence to a student entering the fourth year of the Honours program in History.
»» TD Green Undergraduate Scholarships
   To support full-time undergraduate students working towards undergraduate degrees in:
   Environmental Resource Science, Environmental & Resource Studies, Geography, Chemistry,
   Indigenous Environmental Studies, Biology, Bachelor of Environmental Science/Studies, Water
   Sciences and Ecological Restoration.
»» Carolyn Sarah Thomson Scholarship
   Established by the late Carolyn Sarah Thomson, a Trent alumna who was intensely loyal to Trent
   and to the people - faculty, staff and students - who make the University unique. It is awarded for
   excellence to students entering second year and third year of the Canadian Studies program.
»» Trent University Foundation Scholarship
   Established by the current and past volunteer directors of Trent University Foundation and the
   support staff of the Foundation. Awarded to a returning student in the fourth year of an Honours
   program. Preference will be given to students in the humanities and social sciences.
»» Trent University General Scholarships
   Initiated by the employees of Trent University and supported by alumni, friends, and advocates.
   Awarded to students entering the University from schools of the Public or Separate Boards of
   Peterborough or Victoria County on the basis of academic standing.
»» Trent University S & A Scholarship
   The gift of the employees of Trent University. Awarded to students entering the University from
   schools of the Public or Separate Boards of Peterborough or Victoria County on the basis of
   academic standing and all-round achievement and character.
»» June Woodend Scholarship in Community Palliative Care Nursing
   Established in memory of June Winifred Woodend by her family. June was a Public Health nurse
   and lifelong volunteer who established a volunteer palliative care program at her community
   hospital. Awarded to a student, in second or third year of the collaborative or compressed Nursing
   Program, who shows a career interest in community-based palliative care. Selection is based on
   academic merit and an essay application process.

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Externally Awarded Scholarships                                                                        11

A number of scholarships (and bursaries) are awarded by organizations outside the University. Some

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corporations have special programs for dependents of their employees. Students should consult
their parents, secondary school guidance counsellors, and applicable websites to search for external
awards.

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International Scholarships                                                                              12

The following scholarships are available for international visa students. They require a scholarship

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application to Trent International accompanied by an application for admission to Trent University.
trentu.ca/futurestudents/international-undergraduate

»» Justin Chiu International Scholarship
   Established by Justin Chiu, who benefited from the Trent experience as an international student.
   Awarded to entering international students from Asia who demonstrates outstanding academic
   achievement, community service, leadership potential, and some financial need. Scholarships
   partially fund the costs of a Trent education in the amount between $3,000 and $15,000,
   renewable to allow students to obtain a Bachelor (Honours) degree from Trent University (some
   other conditions apply).
»» Global Citizen Scholarships and Awards
   Awarded to entering international students who demonstrates outstanding academic
   achievement, community service, leadership potential, and some financial need. Scholarships
   partially fund the costs of a Trent education in the amount between $2,000 and $21,000,
   renewable to allow students to obtain a Bachelor (Honours) degree from Trent University (some
   other conditions apply).
»» IB Scholarships
   All international students applying for admission to Trent on the basis of an IB diploma will be
   automatically considered for IB Scholarships. To qualify for a CDN$1,000 IB Scholarship students
   must have a minimum IB score of 28. The scholarship can be combined with a Trent University
   Entrance Scholarship and/or Global Citizen Scholarships and Awards.
»» Jack Matthews International Scholarship
   Named in honour of Jack Matthews, the founding director of both Pearson College of the Pacific
   and the Trent International Program. Awarded to an international student entering Trent University
   from Pearson College of the Pacific who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement,
   community service and leadership potential. The value of the scholarship is determined upon
   assessment of financial need. Students must be nominated by Pearson College.
»» Scotiabank International Student Scholarships
   The Scotiabank International Scholarships are to support students upon entrance to Trent
   University from countries in which Scotiabank operates internationally, and are based upon
   academic excellence. Renewable to a maximum of four years per student provided that academic
   performance is maintained. Value up to $5,000 per year per student.
»» TIP Tuition Levy Scholarship
   This renewable scholarship is funded by the students of Trent University through an annual levy.
   Based on high academic achievement and a strong record of community and/or international
   service, it is awarded each year to a student from a developing country. It covers international
   tuition fees and ancillary fees.
»» Trent-UWC Scholarships
   Awarded to an international student entering Trent University from a UWC college who
   demonstrates outstanding academic achievement, community service and leadership potential.
   The value of the scholarship is determined upon assessment of financial need. Students must be
   nominated by their UWC college.

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Medals                                                                                     13

Medals awarded to students with high academic standing upon graduation are listed in the

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Graduation and Convocation section of the Academic Calendar under Academic Distinctions.

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Prizes are awarded automatically by the departments unless otherwise specified.
»» Alliances Prize
   The prize will be used to fund or recognize small projects related to Indigenous-non-Indigenous
   alliance-building and education, such as digital stories, website development, workshops and
   other activities that promote respectful Indigenous-non-Indigenous relations. Available to
   undergraduate or graduate students.
»» Ambassador of Switzerland Prizes in French and German
   The gift of the Ambassador of Switzerland. Awarded to the undergraduates who have obtained
   the highest standings in the French and German languages in their graduating year.
»» Anthropology Faculty Prize
   Awarded to a student with the highest overall standing in the introductory course in Anthropology
   from the previous year.
»» Bachelor of Social Work Prize
   Established by alumni, faculty, staff, and the support of the community to reward students who
   show dedication to the standards of the profession and a commitment to social justice/action.
   Students will be selected by a committee based upon accomplishments and evaluations during
   field placements in third- or fourth-year of the program.
»» Sir Donald Banks Prize
   This prize, the gift of Professor D.L. Smith, in memory of her father. Awarded to a promising
   student studying abroad, with preference to students studying at a Spanish university.
»» Bruce Barrett Memorial Prizes
   Established in memory of Bruce Barrett, a former Trent Philosophy student. Several prizes awarded
   to outstanding students in first-year courses in Philosophy.
»» Biology Conservation Prize
   Established by faculty and staff of the Biology Department to recognize one outstanding student
   who has demonstrated excellence and interest in the area of conservation. The winner will be
   entering fourth year and be nominated by faculty in the Biology Department engaged in research
   in Conservation Biology.
»» Bernard Blishen Prize in Canadian Sociology
   Established by the family of Professor Bernard Blishen, CM, to honour him as a leading sociologist
   of his time. He was instrumental in advancing sociology as an academic discipline in Canada. As
   the founding chair of Trent’s Department of Sociology, Prof. Blishen set the direction for a strong
   program grounded in an understanding of Canada through empirical and theoretical scholarship.
   This prize is to be awarded to a Sociology student in his/her final year with the best paper in
   Canadian sociology, as determined by the faculty.
»» Botany Prize
   Awarded annually to a second- or third-year student who shows excellence and promise in plant
   biology.
»» Roy T. Bowles Sociology Research Prize
   The purpose of the Roy T. Bowles Sociology Research Prize is to support the research of fourth
   year honours students in research necessary to the completion of honours theses in the Sociology
   Program in Peterborough or Oshawa.

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»» Breukelaar Prize in Laboratory Physics                                                              15
   Established in recognition of the many years of service of Senior Physics Demonstrator John
   Breukelaar. Awarded to the student displaying the highest academic standard in senior laboratory

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   courses in physics.
»» Gordon Campbell Memorial Prize
   In memory of Gordon Campbell, a former Trent Geography student, one award is given to a third-
   or fourth-year undergraduate student in a single- or joint-major program in Geography with a
   demonstrated and continuing interest in the Canadian North.
»» Canadian Association of Geographers’ Undergraduate Prize
   Established by the Canadian Association of Geographers. Awarded each year to the Honours
   Geography student at Trent who is judged to have the best academic record in fourth year.
»» Canadian Society for Chemistry Silver Medals
   The top student entering the final year of a chemistry-related program is awarded a silver-plated
   medal and certificate in recognition of outstanding academic achievement.
»» Central East Community Care Access Centre Foundation Nursing Prizes
   To be awarded to third- or fourth-year Nursing students who maintain an overall B average.
   Preference will be given to students who are permanent residents within the boundaries of the
   Central East CCAC as of October 31, 2016 – Former city of Scarborough, Durham Region; City of
   Kawartha Lakes (formerly Victoria County); Peterborough County; Northumberland County; and
   Haliburton County. Must have demonstrated an active record of and/or ongoing commitment to
   volunteer or work experience in a variety of community based settings.
»» Robert Chambers Prize
   Established in 1996 to honour Professor Robert Chambers on his retirement. Awarded to the best
   student graduating from the Honours program in English Literature.
»» Donald Chase Memorial Prize
   Established in memory of Donald Chase, a Trent student in 1989. Awarded for the best essay in
   Canadian history written by a first-year undergraduate at Trent.
»» Elizabeth Collins Nursing Leadership Prize
   This prize was established by the family of Elizabeth Collins to honour the many years that she
   demonstrated excellence in nursing leadership in both the hospital and public health sectors.
   Elizabeth was a dynamic, transformational leader who was a strong champion for the power of
   nursing in making a positive difference in the lives of patients. Awarded to a full-time or part-
   time Nursing student enrolled in Nursing courses at the 3000 or 4000 level who models excellent
   leadership qualities.
»» William B. Common, QC, LLD Memorial Prize
   This book prize is awarded annually to the student with the highest overall average in first-year
   macroeconomics.
»» Computing & Information Systems Prize
   Awarded to the outstanding student(s) graduating from a single or joint-major program in
   Computing & Information Systems.
»» Consul General’s Prizes in French
   The gift of the consul general of France. Awarded to the leading undergraduates in French Studies
   within the University.
»» CRC Press Freshman Chemistry Achievement Award
   A gift of a copy of the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics from the CRC Press Inc. Awarded
   to a student at the end of first year on the basis of outstanding academic achievement in
   Chemistry.

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»» James Creery Memorial Essay Prize                                                                   16
   Established in memory of James Harold Creery, a Trent student of Philosophy from 1972 to 1974.
   Awarded for the best philosophical essay written by an undergraduate at Trent.

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»» Currie Honours Prizes
   Available to students enrolled in GEOG 4010Y or 4020D (Honours Thesis). Selection is based
   on both academic achievement and proposed thesis research. A total prize of $1,000 is divided
   among up to three selected winners.
»» Department of Biology Prizes
   Awarded to students who show excellence in the study of Biology in first or higher years.
»» Department of Geography Prizes
   Awarded in the first and second year to students who show excellence in the study of geography.
   The second-year prize, known as the Geography alumni prize, is donated by the Trent University
   Geographical Society using funds contributed by Geography alumni.
»» Department of Physics & Astronomy Prize
   A gift of the Department of Physics & Astronomy. Awarded to the student with the highest
   combined average in the Introductory Physics courses. Must be taken in the same year.
»» Department of Psychology Prizes
   A gift of the Psychology Department. Awarded to outstanding students in Psychology.
»» Jim Dolan/Ron Reid Alumni Rugby Prize
   These prizes are awarded to Trent Rugby players on the men and women’s varsity teams. The
   recipients are chosen by their teammates based upon the player(s) who demonstrates the most
   heart and desire on their team.
»» Ken Dowe Memorial Medical Professional Stream Prize
   Awarded to undergraduate student(s) in any year of the Medical Professional Stream who intend
   to go onto medical/community health-based careers. The prize will be awarded based upon a new
   community or cultural project that demonstrates methods of design, research, implementation
   and originality. The project may be partnered with a charitable organization, the private sector,
   government organization or an internal Trent group, or any combination thereof. By Application.
»» J. Emmett Duff Memorial Prize in Geography
   The gift of Professor T. H. B. Symons, Celanese Canada Inc., and John D. Stevenson, QC, in
   memory of the late J. Emmett Duff, who, without formal training in the subject, was possessed of
   an intense love of traditional geography. A prize of $250 is awarded to the Geography Honours
   student (single- or joint-major) who has demonstrated the best application and communication of
   a research project using Geographical Information Systems (GIS).
»» Ecological Restoration Achievement Prize
   Awarded annually to the graduating student in the Ecological Restoration BSc who has achieved
   the highest standing.
»» Honours in Economics Prize
   Awarded to the student with the best paper in ECON 4040Y: Research Methodology in
   Economics. Value $125.
»» Elders Text Prize
   This prize was established by the Aboriginal Education Council from the royalties of the text In
   the Words of Elders by Professors Kulchyski, McCaskill, and Newhouse. The prize(s) are awarded
   to students of Aboriginal ancestry in a program of study at Trent on the basis of achievement,
   community contribution, and financial need.

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»» Environmental & Resource Studies Program Prize                                                         17
   A gift of the ERS program. Awarded to a student in their first year at Trent achieving the highest
   combined academic standing in the introductory ERS courses. Both courses must be taken in the

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   same year.
»» Timothy Findley Creative Writing Prize
   Established in honour of Timothy Findley. Awarded on the basis of adjudicated submissions of
   fiction, poetry, drama, or creative non-fiction for creative writing of special merit.
»» First Peoples House of Learning Award
   This fund is primarily intended to provide emergency support to students of Aboriginal identify
   or heritage including First Nations, Inuit or Metis people from the Peterborough or Durham
   campuses.
»» First Year Essay Prize in History
   This prize, awarded by members of the History Department, goes to the student in the first
   quarter of his or her program who writes the best essay in History.
»» Donald Fleming Memorial History Prize
   Established by family and friends in memory of the late Donald Fleming. Awarded each year to a
   third- or fourth-year student submitting an outstanding essay in modern European history.
»» Forensic Science Student of Excellence Prize
   Awarded to a student in his or her final year of the Forensic Science program who has displayed
   excellence in and out of the classroom during their years in the program.
»» Marjorie Elizabeth Foster Prize
   Given in memory of Marjorie Elizabeth Foster. The award is made to the Geography single- or
   joint-major who achieves the highest combined (average) mark in GEOG 3100H: Geography
   of Peterborough and the Kawarthas and GEOG 3110H: Foundations of Geographic Thought,
   epitomizing the spirit of an integrated geographical approach to the study of Geography.
»» Founders’ Prize in Geography
   This prize was established by alumni in recognition of the founders of the Trent University
   Geography Department, Professors Peter Adams and Fred Helleiner. It is awarded to the
   Geography single- or joint-major who has displayed extraordinary commitment to the Department
   and the discipline of Geography.
»» Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce Business Student Leadership Prize
   To be awarded to an undergraduate student who has completed at least 12 credits in the
   School of Business. Students must be returning in the Fall to complete fourth year, and have
   demonstrated great potential as a leader in business and displayed academic excellence, but not
   necessarily held the top mark. Students must have exhibited initiative beyond the boundaries of
   academics.
»» Gregory R. Frith Memorial Prize in Cultural Studies
   Established in honour of the late Gregory R. Frith, BA Honours 1977. Awarded to a Cultural
   Studies major or joint-major for the best submission in any of the arts associated with the Cultural
   Studies program to a juried competition held by the program. Value $300.
»» Honourable Leslie Frost Prize
   The gift of the late Hon. Leslie M. Frost, PC, premier of Ontario from 1949 to 1962 and first
   chancellor of Trent University. Awarded to the leading undergraduate in the first-year course in
   Canadian history.
»» Gadfly Prizes
   Awarded to an outstanding undergraduate in Philosophy in each of the second and third years.
   The prizes commemorate Socrates’s description of himself as one who rouses and reproves the
   society in which he lives just as a gadfly awakens a sluggish horse.

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»» Louise Garrow Prize                                                                                 18
   Established to honour the contribution of Louise Garrow to the Indigenous Studies program.
   Awarded to a student in the program demonstrating high academic achievement and contribution

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   to student life.
»» David Glassco Prize
   Established in honour of David Glassco, long-time faculty member in the Department of English
   Literature and former principal of Champlain College. Given to a student who has demonstrated
   outstanding generosity of spirit in a range of activities outside the classroom, including music,
   athletics, or theatre, in the Trent and Peterborough communities. The student may be a major in
   any discipline with a minimum average of 65%.
»» Joseph Ernest Goodhead Prize
   The gift of an anonymous donor with a value of $135. Awarded for excellence in Biology in the
   study of environmental pollution in water.
»» Jon and Shelagh Grant Prize for Inuit Students
   Established to encourage the continuation of the education of a second-, third-, or fourth-year
   Inuit student. May be renewable.
»» Grant Thornton Prize in Accounting
   Presented by Grant Thornton, Chartered Accountants, to an undergraduate student in ADMN
   3200H - Financial Management, who has demonstrated exceptional promise and enthusiasm for
   the study and dissemination of the principles and practices of accounting.
»» Guinand Prize
   This award, in honour of Andrew P. Guinand, the founding chair of the Department of
   Mathematics, is given annually to the top mathematics student entering the fourth year of his or
   her program.
»» Graham Hartley Prize
   Established by the Chemical Institute of Canada (Peterborough Section) in honour of Graham
   Harry Hartley, PhD, MCIC. Awarded to first- and second-year students who have shown excellence
   in the field of general chemistry.
»» Honourable George S. Henry Prize
   Established in memory of Hon. George S. Henry, prime minister of Ontario from 1930 to 1934,
   and member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario for East York from 1913 to 1943. Awarded to
   the leading undergraduate in the first-year course in Political Studies.
»» John Hillman Prize
   Established to honour the former chair of the program for his years of leadership. Awarded to the
   student with the highest standing in fourth year International Development Studies.
»» Linda Hubbell Book Prize
   Named for Anthropology and Women’s Studies professor Linda Hubbell and originally endowed
   by the Peterborough Women’s Committee. Awarded based on academic achievement as well as
   contributions to the vitality of the program.
»» Richard and Sinikka Hurley Prize
   Awarded to high-achieving undergraduate student(s) registered with Student Accessibility Services
   (SAS) and completing the second or third year of a single-major or joint-major BSc Honours or
   General program in Computing Systems. Available to Canadian or International students.
»» Indigenous Environmental Studies (IES) Prizes
   Prizes awarded to students for contributions to indigenous environmental studies and to the
   student who has the highest grade graduating with an IES degree.

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»» IDS First-Year Prize                                                                                  19
   To be awarded to the first-year student with the highest full-credit combined standing in IDST
   1001H and IDST 1002H.

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»» Innovation in Teaching Prize
   The Innovation in Teaching Prize will be awarded annually to a BEd candidate in each of the
   following: Primary/Junior divisions; Intermediate/Senior divisions; part-time program (final year).
   Based on innovation in teaching and learning demonstrated in classroom placement.
»» David Sutherland Irwin Prize
   Established in memory of the late Professor David Irwin. Awarded on completion of CHEM-BIOL
   3310H: Protein Chemistry and Enzymology and CEHM-BIOL 3320H: Metabolism to a student with
   outstanding performance in biochemistry.
»» IDS First-Year Prize
   To be awarded to the first-year student with the highest full-credit combined standing in IDST
   1001H and IDST 1002H.
»» P. K. Page Irwin Prize
   Established by the family, friends, and admirers of P. K. Page Irwin to honour her extraordinary
   achievement in the arts. Awarded to a student who has shown special merit in creative writing
   and at least one of the other arts.
»» Ronald G. Johnson Prize in Quantum Mechanics
   Established by his former students and colleagues in recognition of the more than three decades
   of Dr. Johnson’s teaching in Physics. Awarded annually to the student with the highest academic
   achievement in the fourth-year course in Quantum Mechanics.
»» Daystar Rosalie Jones Prize for Indigenous Performance
   To be awarded to an Indigenous student in the CWSIS Indigenous Performance Program having
   successfully completed INDG 2010H and/or 2020H and/or 2110 with excellent grades, and who
   has demonstrated promising talent and exemplified commitment, teamwork and collaboration
   in her/his performance studies. The successful candidate to be jointly recommended by the
   instructors delivering these courses.
»» Soonjin Jung Computing Systems Prize
   Awarded to a single major completing their third year of the Honours Computing Systems
   Program with the highest GPA.
»» James Jury Prize
   Established to honour Prof. James Jury upon his retirement after more than 40 years of teaching
   in both the Physics and Computing Systems departments. This prize is awarded to a student in
   the third or fourth year who has demonstrated distinguished leadership within their department.
   The prize will alternate in successive years between students in the Physics & Astronomy, and
   Computing & Information Systems departments.
»» Kennett, Young and Nobels Outstanding Improvement Prize—Peterborough
   Awarded to a student demonstrating the most impressive improvement in Psychology’s
   undergraduate Advanced Statistics and Research Design course from the mid-term to the final
   grade.
»» Kennett, Young and Nobels Outstanding Performance Prize—Peterborough
   Awarded to a student maintaining excellence throughout Psychology’s undergraduate Advanced
   Statistics and Research Design course.
»» K. E. Kidd Memorial Prize
   Awarded each year to students who have demonstrated a high degree of ability and achievement
   in the Foundation of Indigenous Learning diploma program of the Chanie Wenjack School for
   Indigenous Studies.

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