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									         LFS Graduate Student Awards and Scholarships
                          2012-2013


    Introduction to Awards and Scholarships for Graduate Students within the
                    Faculty of Land and Food Systems at UBC


Awards, including scholarships, fellowships, prizes and travel awards provide essential
financial support to students in graduate programs housed in the Faculty of Land and
Food Systems.

This booklet provides a listing and description of individual graduate program awards,
scholarships and prizes available to LFS graduate students. Some awards may be
shared by two or more students. Please check with the Manager, Graduate Programs
(lfs.gradmgr@ubc.ca) to ensure you are using the most up-to-date version of this
booklet. For each award listed, the graduate program which typically puts forward
nomination(s) is noted (in parenthesis) following the title. All programs are encouraged
to put forward a nomination for any award if they feel they have a strong candidate who
meets the award description. The ‘E’ following an award title indicates that an award is
endowed.

To be considered for Major LFS Awards (usually valued at $10,000 or more) and LFS
travel awards, students are required to complete an application form available online.
Minor LFS Awards (valued at less than $10,000) and prizes are awarded in consultation
with the relevant graduate program(s); an application is normally not required.

The Faculty is working hard to increase the number of awards and the value of
established awards. We welcome new ideas to help us achieve these goals.


    It is most important that graduate award recipients formally thank those individuals and
 organizations who generously provided funds to establish their award. Similarly, these donors
   should also be acknowledged in student publications including theses and dissertations.



                                                                           Jim Thompson
                                             Chair, LFS Graduate Programs Scholarship Committee
                                                                                      2012-2013
                                      Table of Contents



Section 1 (page 4)
Major LFS Graduate Student Scholarships and Fellowships (>$10,000)

        00801   CANADIAN Dairy Commission Scholarship
        04819   Leonard S. KLINCK Memorial Fellowship
        04848   Mary and David MACAREE Fellowship
        06386   VITERRA Graduate Fellowship


Section 2 (pages 4 to 7)
Minor LFS Graduate Student Scholarships and Awards (<$10,000)

        00792   A.F. BARSS Memorial Scholarship
        06403   May L. BARNETT Memorial Graduate Scholarship in Plant Science
        00807   BRITISH Columbia Food Technologists Graduate Student Award
        00793   CANADIAN Vintners Association Scholarship
        00796   CHARLES River Laboratories Scholarship in Animal Welfare
        00132   Henry and Myrtle EDDIE Scholarship
        00311   GRADUATING Class of Agriculture 1921 Graduate Scholarship
        06408   HAYNES graduate Scholarship for the Advancement of Animal Welfare
        00455   Dean Warren D. KITTS Scholarship
        06374   Marion Judith MADSEN Memorial Scholarship in Animal Welfare
        00804   MASTER of Food Science International Scholarship
        06426   MASTER of Food Science Scholarship
        00400   Dr. Joseph F. MORGAN Scholarship
        06469   PACIFIC Dairy Centre Scholarship
        00347   Richard Claxton PALMER Scholarship
        06431   PLANT Science Graduate Scholarship
        07664   POULTRY Industries Scholarship
        04832   W.D. POWRIE Scholarship in Food Science
        00745   C.W. ROBERTS Jr. Memorial Scholarship
        01400   James A. SHELFORD Memorial Scholarship
        00738   A.J. WOOD Memorial Scholarship
        06470   John and Mary YOUNG Scholarship


Section 3 (pages 7 & 8))
LFS Graduate Student Travel Awards

        06351 Ursula Knight ABBOTT Travel Scholarship in Agricultural Sciences
              Vernon BRINK Grad Travel Award (LFS special purpose account)
              LFS Professor EMERITUS Travel Fund (endowment held in LFS)
              B.E. MARCH Travel Award (endowment held in LFS)




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Section 4 (page 8)
Prizes

        04893 Indrajit and Manjula DESAI Prize in Human Nutrition
        00795 Ulrich FREYBE Memorial Prize


Section 5 (pages 8 & 9)
LFS Student Scholarships and Prizes Available to Both Undergraduate Students
and Graduate Students

        00612   Jacob BIELY and Blythe A Eagles Prize in Nutrition
        00750   BIELY Memorial Scholarship
        00712   Jacob BIELY Scholarship
        00787   GUICHON Family Award
        02521   Shuryo NAKAI Scholarship in Food Science
        02520   Mildred Catherine ORR Memorial Scholarship in Family and Nutritional Sciences
        00805   John SCHILDROTH Memorial Scholarship
        00775   John YORSTON Memorial Prize

Section 6 (page 10)
Contacts




NOTE:

The following awards will not be available during 2012-2013 while the endowments continue to recover:

        6303    Wilson HENDERSON Fellowship
        6304    Elizabeth R. HOWLAND Fellowship
        6320    Fred & Page BEESON Scholarship
        6323    NUTRITIONAL Research Fellowship




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UBC Graduate Student Scholarships and Fellowships Valued at $10,000 or More –
Major Awards
Students are required to submit an application for these awards


00801 CANADIAN Dairy Commission Scholarship (FOOD, AGEC, ANSC)
Scholarships in the amount of $30,000 per student per year for a maximum of three years for full-time
Ph.D. students and $20,000 per student per year for a maximum of two years for full-time M.Sc. students
are offered by the Canadian Dairy Commission to graduate students in Food Science, Agricultural
Economics or Animal Science whose thesis project has potential application to the dairy industry. The
scholarships are only made available to Canadian citizens and Permanent Residents. The awards are
made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems in consultation with the Faculty
of Graduate Studies.

04819 Leonard S. KLINCK Memorial Fellowship (All, E)
Fellowships have been endowed by the late Dean Emeritus Blythe Eagles and Violet E. Eagles on the
occasion of the 75th anniversary of the University. The award is to honor Leonard S. Klinck, the first Dean
of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems (1914-1919) and second President of the University (1919-
1944). The award is offered to graduate students in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems and is made
on the recommendation of the Faculty in consultation with The Faculty of Graduate Studies.

04848 Mary and David MACAREE Fellowship (All, E)
Fellowships totalling $83,400 have been endowed through a bequest by Mary Macaree (B.L.S. 1963) and
David Macaree (M.A. 1960) for graduate students in Land and Food Systems or Forestry whose research
is relevant to sustainability of agricultural or forest resource ecosystems. The awards are made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems and the Faculty of Forestry in consultation
with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

06386 VITERRA Graduate Fellowship (ANSC)
Two fellowships of $20,000 each are offered by Viterra to graduate students with thesis research projects
associated with dairy cattle. The awards are restricted to Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents and
are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems, in consultation with the
Faculty of Graduate Studies.




UBC Graduate Student Scholarships Valued at Less than $10,000 – Minor Awards


00792 A. F. BARSS Memorial Scholarship (AGEC, E)
Scholarships totalling $550 have been endowed by Ambassador Lester D. Mallory in memory of Dr. Alden F.
Barss, a founding faculty member of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, who was instrumental in guiding the
direction of Amb. Mallory's career. A UBC alumnus (B.Sc.A.1927, M.Sc.A.1929), Amb. Mallory received his
doctorate from the University of California Berkely in the early 1930's. He started his career with the U.S.
Department of Agriculture, subsequently transferring to the U.S. State Department, where he retired as
Assistant Secretary of State for Latin American Affairs. The awards are made on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Land and Food Systems to graduate students in Agricultural Economics, with preference to those
whose studies have an international focus.
2012 information was not available AS OF JULY 10

06403 May L. BARNETT Memorial Graduate Scholarship in Plant Science (PLNT, E)
One or more scholarships totalling $975 have been endowed by Roy Barnett in memory of his mother,
May L. Barnett, for graduate students in Plant Science working on the improvement of agricultural and/or



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horticultural plants. May Barnett developed and nurtured plants of all kinds in her extensive garden. It
would have given her great satisfaction to know that this scholarship will assist generations of students
pursuing her life's passion for the benefit of humanity. The awards are made on the recommendation of
the Faculty of Land and Food Systems in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

00807 BRITISH Columbia Food Technologists Graduate Student Award (FOOD)
A $1,000 award is offered by the British Columbia Food Technologists for an outstanding graduate
student in Food Science. The award recognizes a student who has demonstrated a high level of
academic achievement, research excellence, commitment to teaching and mentoring, and a commitment
to the ideals of the profession. In addition to the cash prize, the award includes a one-year membership in
the Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology. The award is made on the recommendation of
an ad-hoc committee of Food Science faculty members in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate
Studies.

00793 CANADIAN Vintners Association Scholarship (FOOD)
A $1,000 scholarship is offered by the Canadian Vintners Association in recognition of UBC's support for
Canada's wine sector. The scholarship is offered to a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who is doing
graduate research under the auspices of the UBC Wine Research Centre. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems.
2012 information was not available AS OF JULY 10

00796 CHARLES River Laboratories Scholarship in Animal Welfare (ANSC, E)
Scholarships totalling $550 have been endowed by the Charles River Laboratories Foundation for
graduate students in the Animal Welfare Program, with preference given to students doing work related to
laboratory animals. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food
Systems in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

00132 Henry and Myrtle EDDIE Scholarship (PLNT, E)
Scholarships totalling $700 have been endowed by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eddie for graduate students in the
field of plant science in a program related to crop improvement. Preference is given to students working in
association with the staff of the Botanical Gardens on horticultural plants. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate
Studies.

00311 GRADUATING Class of Agriculture 1921 Graduate Scholarship (All, E)
On the occasion of the thirty-fifth anniversary of graduation, the Class of Agriculture 1921 endowed a
scholarship of $350 for graduate study and research in agriculture leading to a higher degree. In awarding
this scholarship consideration is given to academic standing, character, and promise of ability in
investigation and research.

06408 HAYNES graduate Scholarship for the Advancement of Animal Welfare (ANSC, E)
Scholarships totalling $950 have been endowed to support student research on how human behaviour
and policy influence the lives of animals. Awards are offered to graduate students in the Animal Welfare
Program and in interdisciplinary studies, where candidates' research aims to reduce animal suffering
through avenues such as education, regulation, media and the law. The award is established in memory
of Mouse, Mrs. Haynes' adopted cat, who demonstrated the transformative power of the human-animal
bond. Awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems in consultation
with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

00455 Dean Warren D. KITTS Scholarship (All, E)
A $275 scholarship has been endowed by friends and former students of Dr. Warren D. Kitts in 1984 on
the occasion of his retirement as Dean of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, in recognition of his
distinguished contributions to the agricultural sciences and his interest in graduate student research. It is
awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty. Eligible students must have completed either the
B.Sc.(FNH), B.Sc.(Agro) or B.Sc.(GRS) degrees at the University of British Columbia, and must be
proceeding to graduate studies at this University in a field relating to the scientific basis of agriculture and



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food production.

06374 Marion Judith MADSEN Memorial Scholarship in Animal Welfare (ANSC, E)
Scholarships totalling $525 have been endowed in memory of Marion Judith Madsen by her husband, Gregory
P. Madsen, for graduate students in the Animal Welfare Program. Born in 1949 and raised in Vancouver,
Marion volunteered for over ten years doing home care of orphaned and baby animals so that they could be
released back to the wild. As Marion was unable to attend university herself, this award is provided to help
others continue their studies and thereby benefit the animals that she so loved. The awards are made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems with preference given, where possible, to
candidates studying wildlife and wildlife ecosystems.
2012 information was not available AS OF JULY 10

00804 MASTER of Food Science International Scholarship (FOOD)
Scholarships are offered to international students in Food Science graduate programs with preference given to
students in the Master of Food Science program. The awards are given on the basis of academic merit on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems in consultation with The Faculty of Graduate
Studies.

06426 MASTER of Food Science Scholarship (FOOD)
Scholarships totalling up to $20,000 are offered to students in the Food Science graduate programs who are
Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents. Preference is given to students in the Master of Food Science
program. The awards are made on the basis of academic merit and are made on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Land and Food Systems in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

00400 Dr. Joseph F. MORGAN Scholarship (ANSC, FOOD, PLNT, E)
A $1,200 scholarship, honouring the memory of Dr. Joseph F. Morgan, F.R.S.C., Gold Medalist in
Agriculture (1941), distinguished scientist, teacher and editor, has been established by his family and
friends. It is awarded to an outstanding student completing fourth year of Agricultural Sciences who is
proceeding to Graduate Studies at the University of British Columbia and whose studies will be furthered
by financial support. The successful candidate will have demonstrated through his or her course and
thesis work a knowledge of the structure and function of plants and animals at the cellular and sub-
cellular levels and a comprehension of the role of micro-organisms and viruses insofar as they are
relevant to an understanding of cell organization. The award is made on the recommendation of the
Scholarship Committee of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems.

06469 PACIFIC Dairy Centre Scholarship (ANSC)
Scholarships totaling $2000 are offered by John and Diane Bruinsma of Pacific Dairy Centre for graduate
students with an interest in dairy cattle research. The scholarships are made on the recommendation of
the Faculty of Land and Food Systems in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

00347 Richard Claxton PALMER Scholarship (AGEC, FOOD, PLNT, SOIL, E)
A $2,000 scholarship of has been endowed by colleagues and other friends of the late Richard Claxton
Palmer, B.S.A., M.S.A., D.Sc., Superintendent of the Experimental Station at Summerland and one time
member of the Senate of this University, as a memorial to his private friendships, his public service, and
his contributions in the field of science. It is offered to a graduate of the Faculty of Land and Food
Systems of the University of British Columbia who is proceeding to graduate study in this or any other
approved university. Candidates should show evidence of scholarship and of ability to carry on
investigation or research. In making the award, preference is shown to a candidate engaged in continuing
studies in horticulture or related fields of agriculture.

06431 PLANT Science Graduate Scholarship (PLNT, E)
One or more scholarships totalling $275 have been endowed for graduate students in the Plant Science
Graduate Program in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems who are working on agricultural and/or
horticultural topics. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty in consultation with the
Faculty of Graduate Studies.




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07664 POULTRY Industries Scholarship (ANSC, FOOD, E)
Established by the Trustees of the Poultry Blood Testing Fund, this award provides a scholarship of $225.
It is awarded, on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Division of Poultry Science, to a student,
graduate or undergraduate, who has a good academic record, shows promise in the field of poultry
science, and needs financial assistance.

04832 W.D. POWRIE Scholarship in Food Science (FOOD, E)
A $375 scholarship has been endowed by friends and colleagues in honour of William D. Powrie. The award is
offered to a graduate student in the field of Food Science and is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Land and Food Systems in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
2012 information was not available AS OF JULY 10

00745 C. W. ROBERTS Jr. Memorial Scholarship (ANSC, FOOD, E)
One or more scholarships totalling $1,275 have been endowed by Mrs. C. W. Roberts, Sr., and friends in
honour of Dr. C. W. (Bob) Roberts and his wife Sally Roberts. Dr. Roberts was a devoted teacher and
scientist in the Department of Poultry Science, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences. The award is made to
students undertaking programs in genetics or management in the field of poultry science on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate
Studies.

01400 James A. SHELFORD Memorial Scholarship (ANSC, E)
Scholarships totalling $2,025 have been endowed by family, friends and colleagues of Dr. James A. (Jim)
Shelford and by the Dairy, Education and Research Centre to honour his memory and invaluable work
with students at The University of British Columbia. The scholarships are awarded to graduate or
undergraduate students studying topics related to dairy production. The awards are made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems and, in the case of graduate students, in
consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

00738 A.J. WOOD Memorial Scholarship (All, E)
A $1,450 scholarship has been endowed by friends and family of the late Dr. A. J. Wood, who was for
many years a distinguished member of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences at the University of British
Columbia. The award is to a student who has completed fourth year in Agriculture and is proceeding to a
graduate degree at the University of British Columbia or any other approved university. The award is
made on the recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty.

06470 John and Mary YOUNG Scholarship (ANSC, E)
Scholarships totaling $1,650 have been endowed in honour of John and Mary Young for a graduate
student with an interest in dairy cattle research. John was a manager of the UBC Farm and Dairy from
1929 - 1951. As husband and wife, John and Mary's legacy to the University was not less than the
survival of the farm, together with its famous Ayrshire herd, through the Great Depression. The
scholarship is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems in consultation
with the Faculty of Graduate Studies. **NOTE: The Dairy Centre tops this award up to $2,000.




Graduate Student Travel Awards


06351 Ursula Knight ABBOTT Travel Scholarship in Agricultural Sciences (All, E)
Scholarships totalling $200 have been endowed by Dr. Ursula Knight Abbott for graduate students in
Agricultural Sciences to assist them with travel outside the Lower Mainland to present a paper or further
their research. The awards are made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems.
2012 information was not available AS OF JULY 10




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Vernon BRINK Grad Travel Award (LFS Special Purpose Account) (PLNT, E)
One or more annual awards of up to $480 will be made available to graduate students in the field of plant
science to help defray the travel costs of presenting a research paper or poster describing their thesis
research at a scientific conference outside British Columbia. The award is administered by the Faculty of
Land and Food Systems.

LFS Professor EMERITUS Graduate Fund (All, E) (endowment held in LFS) One or more annual
awards will be made available to graduate students in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems. Up to $500
will be awarded to a graduate student who will be presenting a paper or poster describing their thesis or
dissertation research at an official conference or symposium (student workshops are excluded). The
award is administered by the Faculty of Land and Food Systems.

B.E. MARCH Travel Award (endowment held in LFS) (ANSC, E)
One or more annual awards will be made available to graduate students in the field of animal science. Up
to $1,500 will be awarded to help defray the travel costs of presenting a research paper or poster
describing their thesis research at a scientific conference outside British Columbia. The award is
administered by the Faculty of Land and Food Systems.




Prizes
These prizes will not be funded until Spring-Summer 2013



04893 Indrajit and Manjula Desai Prize in Human Nutrition (HUNU)
A $1,000 prize is offered by Dr. Indrajit Desai, Professor Emeritus and Mrs. Manjula Desai. It is awarded
to an outstanding student in the M.Sc. Human Nutrition program on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Land and Food Systems, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
2012 information was not available AS OF JULY 9


00795 Ulrich Freybe Memorial Graduate Prize in Food Science (FOOD)
Ulrich FREYBE Memorial Graduate Prize in Food Sciences
A $2,000 prize is offered by Freybe Gourmet Foods in memory of Ulrich Freybe, a pioneer and visionary
who moved the family business, founded in Germany in 1844, to Vancouver in 1955. The award is offered
to a graduate student in the Food Science Program. It is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Land and Food Systems.




UBC Graduate Student Scholarships and Fellowships Listed as Available to Both
Undergrad Students and Grad Students


00612 Jacob BIELY and Blythe A. Eagles Prize in Nutrition (ANSC, HUNU, E)
A prize of $75 has been endowed by Professor Biely from the Earle Willard McHenry Award which he
received from the Nutrition Society of Canada in 1979. The prize is awarded to a fourth year or graduate
student in any program who, through the graduating essay or thesis, has demonstrated an interest and
ability in the study of nutrition.

00750 BIELY Memorial Scholarship (ANSC, FOOD, E)
In recognition of his contributions to the academic and scientific communities, the family and friends of Dr.
Jacob Biely have established a scholarship of $750 to be awarded to a student in Poultry Science at the
University of British Columbia. The award is made on the recommendation of the Poultry Science Section


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of the Department of Animal Science.

00712 Jacob BIELY Scholarship (ANSC, FOOD, E)
In recognition of his personal contribution to the University of British Columbia, as well as his numerous
scientific contributions in the field of poultry science, the many friends and admirers of Professor Jacob
Biely have endowed a $775 scholarship to be awarded to a student in Poultry Science. The award is
made on the recommendation of the Poultry Science Section of the Department of Animal Science.

00787 GUICHON Family Award (SOIL, E)
Awards totalling $500 have been endowed by family, friends and colleagues in memory of Lawrence
Peter Guichon, one of British Columbia's pioneer cattlemen, who was a recipient of a Doctor of Science
degree (honoris causa) from UBC for his life-long dedication to the enhancement of the cattle industry
throughout the grasslands of B.C. The award is given to an undergraduate or graduate student, with
demonstrated leadership qualities who has a defined interest in ecology, sustainability of extensive
animal production agriculture, and management of the natural grasslands. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems.

02521 Shuryo NAKAI Scholarship in Food Science (FOOD, E)
A $1,275 scholarship has been endowed by friends and colleagues in honour of Shuryo Nakai. The
award is offered to a student in the field of Food Science and is made on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Land and Food Systems. In the case of graduate students the award is made in consultation
with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

02520 Mildred Catherine ORR Memorial Scholarship in Family and Nutritional Sciences (HUNU, E)
A $325 scholarship has been endowed in memory of Mildred Catherine Orr, former Provincial Director of
Home Economics from 1959 to 1968 and is offered to an undergraduate or graduate student majoring in
Nutritional Sciences. It is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems Awards
Committee and in the case of graduate students, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

00805 John SCHILDROTH Memorial Scholarship (AGEC, E)
A $600 scholarship has been endowed in memory of John Schildroth by family, friends and colleagues at
the B.C. Ministry of Agriculture and Lands and at UBC's Faculty of Land and Food Systems for a
graduate or undergraduate student with excellent academic standing in the Faculty of Land and Food
Systems who has also demonstrated excellence in a range of non-academic fields such as community
service, student leadership, volunteerism, and athletic or artistic performance. Preference is given to a
graduate student studying food and resource economics, public policy or a related field. The award is
made on the recommendation of the Faculty and, in the case of a graduate student, in consultation with
the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

00775 John Yorston Memorial Prize (PLNT, E)
A $300 prize has been endowed in memory of Dr. Yorston (B.Sc. Agr. 1965), whose career with the B.C.
Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries was tragically curtailed by an automobile accident. The prize is
awarded to an outstanding undergraduate specializing in plant pathology, plant nematology or plant
protection or an outstanding graduate student in plant pathology or plant nematology. The award is made
on the recommendation of the Faculty of Land and Food Systems or in consultation with the Faculty of
Graduate Studies.




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                                                   Contacts
  Faculty of Land and Food Systems                       Faculty of Graduate Studies

  Jim Thompson                                           Brendan Morey
  Chair, LFS Graduate Scholarship Committee              Manager of Graduate Awards
  Professor, and Director, UBC Dairy Education &         Room 180, Dean’s Office
  Research Centre                                        Thea Koerner House Addition
  MCML 193 - 2357 Main Mall                              6371 Crescent Road
  Tel 604.827.5527                                       Tel 604.822.0976
  Email: Jim.Thompson@ubc.ca                             Email: Brendan.Morey@ubc.ca

  Shelley Small
  Manager, Graduate Programs                             Angela Rizzo
  MCML 344D—2357 Main Mall                               Graduate Awards Clerk
  Tel 604.822.4593                                       Tel 604.822.2933
  Fax 604.822.2184                                       Email: Angela.Rizzo@ubc.ca
  Email: lfs.gradmgr@ubc.ca




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