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									General Summary of Award Opportunities for Co-op Students

Specifically for Co-Op Students

Name:          CICDA Co-op Experience Program
Value:         Varies
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      5 December 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Granted to two (2) qualified students each year, at a value of approximately $6,000. Open
               to Art's co-op students who are involved with the Laurier and Region of Waterloo
Eligibility:
               communities (unpaid). A written application must be submitted to the Laurier Co-op Office,
               to the attention of Karen McCargar. Selected candidates will be invited to an interview.
               Special Fund; established to provide students with the opportunity to pursue a paid work
Description:   term with an organization that would otherwise would not be able to employ a student due
               to lack of finances (museums, orchestras, humanitarian organizations,etc)

Name:          Neo Material Technologies Co-op Scholarships of Distinction
Value:         $5,000
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               No
Required:
               Eligible applicants will be full time undergraduate students who are in the final two years of
               their program of registration, or full time graduate students in the School of Business and
               Economics. Applicants must be students in good standing in the Laurier Co-op program with
               a minimum cumulative GPA of 8.0 (B) and have secured a co-op approved work term
               position with an employer in China. The scholarship will be granted annually to the 2
Eligibility:   eligible candidates who present the highest cumulative GPA's. Recipients are eligible to
               receive this scholarship once during their program of registration. Students in the
               Laurier/Waterloo double degree programs must be registered with Laurier as their home
               institution. Scholarships will be conditional on selected students obtaining a work permit
               within the stipulated time frame and securing a co-op approved work term position with an
               employer in China.
               Annual, Award of Distinction: Recipients who do not subsequently undertake the co-op
Description:   opportunity, or who do not complete the full co-op work term, will be required to reimburse
               the University for some or all of the value of the scholarship.

Name:          Scott Paget Memorial Award
Value:         Up to $750
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Granted to a third or fourth year full time undergraduate Honours BBA student (regular
               stream or co-op) who demonstrates a strong interest in entrepreneurship identified through
Eligibility:   such aspects as his/her course selection and extracurricular activities. The recipient must
               have a minimum GPA of 7.0(B-), be a Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident (landed
               immigrant) or Protected Person; long-term resident of Ontario; proven financial need
               Endowed award; established by fellow Laurier alumni in memory of their friend, Scott
               Paget. Scott epitomized the word entrepreneur. Scott was involved with Wilfrid Laurier's
Description:
               Campus recruiting group before starting his own ice cream business after graduation. After
               Scott developed this business he sold it and started a corporate career and joined Syntex
               Pharmaceuticals. Syntex became Roche and Scott enjoyed success bringing his
               entrepreneurial spirit to Roche. After a few years, Scott left and joined a smaller
               pharmaceutical firm-Byk. Scott was able to bring his talents to bear and was soon assigned
               to an overseas role based in their headquarters in Germany. It was in Germany on
               September 11, 2001 that Scott passed away in a terrible car accident. This scholarship has
               been created to honour Scott's memory and is meant to continue and encourage
               entrepreneurial spirit at Wilfrid Laurier University.

Name:          Sybase iAnywhere Scholarship
Value:         $5,000
Application
               Yes - Go to Distinct Application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               No
Required:
               Open to full time undergraduate students who have completed at least one Co-operative
               Education work term in the hi-tech industry, as confirmed by the Laurier Co-Op Office. The
               scholarship is also available to full time MBA Co-op students based on the same criteria.
               Preference will be given to students who have completed a Co-op placement with Sybase
               iAnywhere. Eligible applicants will have a minimum cumulative GPA of 10.0 (A-) within their
               current academic program. Student receiving this scholarship will not be eligible to receive
Eligibility:   another Award of Distinction from Wilfrid Laurier University during the same academic year.
               Application form requirements: 1. a one page report describing all of the following: (a) the
               most enjoyable aspect of your experience working in the hi-tech industry; (b) your personal
               role in hi-tech, challenges that you faced and how you overcame them; (c) any professional
               and/or personal projects that you completed and are particularly proud of that relate to
               technology and/or the hi-tech industry 2. an updated resume 3. you may attach up to two
               (2) letters of reference to your application.
               Annual scholarship; established by Sybase iAnywhere to recognize exceptional students at
Description:   Wilfrid Laurier University who have a keen interest in technology. A scholarship of
               $5,000.00 will be granted annually at the Laurier Awards of Distinction Ceremony.

Name:          Scott Paget Memorial Award
Value:         Up to $750
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Granted to a third or fourth year full time undergraduate Honours BBA student (regular
               stream or co-op) who demonstrates a strong interest in entrepreneurship identified through
Eligibility:   such aspects as his/her course selection and extracurricular activities. The recipient must
               have a minimum GPA of 7.0(B-), be a Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident (landed
               immigrant) or Protected Person; long-term resident of Ontario; proven financial need
               Endowed award; established by fellow Laurier alumni in memory of their friend, Scott
               Paget. Scott epitomized the word entrepreneur. Scott was involved with Wilfrid Laurier's
               Campus recruiting group before starting his own ice cream business after graduation. After
               Scott developed this business he sold it and started a corporate career and joined Syntex
               Pharmaceuticals. Syntex became Roche and Scott enjoyed success bringing his
Description:   entrepreneurial spirit to Roche. After a few years, Scott left and joined a smaller
               pharmaceutical firm-Byk. Scott was able to bring his talents to bear and was soon assigned
               to an overseas role based in their headquarters in Germany. It was in Germany on
               September 11, 2001 that Scott passed away in a terrible car accident. This scholarship has
               been created to honour Scott's memory and is meant to continue and encourage
               entrepreneurial spirit at Wilfrid Laurier University.

               The GCAN Insurance Award of Distinction
Name:
Value:         $5,000
Application
               Yes - Go to distinct application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               No
Required:
               Full time undergraduate students who will be entering their 4th year of study in the
               Honours BBA Co-op program in the current academic year who are meeting all the
               requirements of the Co-op program, and who have completed or are currently placed in a
               work term position in the insurance field. The recipient will have a minimum cumulative
Eligibility:
               GPA of 10.0 (A-). The submission must include a detailed statement describing their
               experience of and subsequent interest in the insurance industry. In cases where two or
               more candidates are considered equal, overall GPA will be the deciding factor. This
               opportunity requires a distinct application.
               Annual scholarship; established to encourage and support outstanding BBA students, and,
               in particular, those in the co-op stream who have had a work term or are currently placed
Description:
               in a work term position with an insurance company.


               Manulife Financial Scholars of Distinction
Name:
Value:         $7500 each
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               No
Required:
               Eligible applicants will be full time undergraduate students in the School of Business &
               Economics who are in the final two years of their program of registration. Applicants must
               show good academic achievement (minimum cumulative 9.0 [B+]) and demonstrate a
               commitment to community service through participation in volunteer work in the local
Eligibility:
               community, in the applicant's home community (e.g. outside their home province or
               Canada), or elsewhere. Recipients are only eligible to receive this scholarship once during
               their program of registration. Students in the Laurier/Waterloo double degree programs
               must be registered with Laurier as their home institution.
               Annual Award of Distinction; awarded annually to five of Laurier's best and brightest senior
               students in the School of Business & Economics. These Awards of Distinction will be granted
               as follows: 1 scholarship: BBA/BMath (Business-Math double degree program offered jointly
               with the University of Waterloo); these applicants must express an interest in pursuing a
Description:   career in actuarial science; 2 scholarships: BBA/BCS (Business-Computer Science double
               degree program offered jointly with University of Waterloo); 1 scholarship: BBA with
               Accounting Concentration; these applicants must express an interest in pursuing the
               Chartered Management Accountant designation; 1 scholarship; open to any BBA or Honours
               Economics student

               Waterloo-Wellington Chartered Accountants Association Award
Name:
Value:         $2,000
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               No
Required:
               Full-time undergraduate students who have completed year two of the accounting program
               in the School of Business & Economics; eligible applicants will be students who have
               demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and who plan on pursuing a career as a
Eligibility:
               chartered accountant. The award is restricted to students who attended a high school n
               Waterloo Region or Wellington County and/or who are scheduled to complete their second
               Co-operative Education work term at an accounting firm in said regions
               Annual scholarship; established by the Waterloo-Wellington Chartered Accountants
Description:
               Association to recognize exceptional students of accounting at Wilfrid Laurier University.
For all students in the School of Business &Economics

Name:             Deloitte & Touche Accounting Scholarship
Value:            up to $600
Application
                  Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:         17 October 2011
Budget
                  No
Required:
                  Full-time undergraduate students entering Year 4 of accounting; above average academic
Eligibility:      standing; demonstrated leadership qualities through involvement in extra-curricular
                  activities
                  Endowed scholarship; established through the generosity of the alumni and partners of
Description:
                  Deloitte & Touche; up to two scholarships granted annually

Name:           Ernst and Young In-Course Scholarship
Value:          up to $1,100
Application
                Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:       17 October 2011
Budget
                Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
                Full-time undergraduate students in Year 2, Year 3 or Year 4 in the School of Business &
                Economics; course concentration in accounting or economics; minimum GPA of 9.00 (B+);
Eligibility:    contribution to the well-being of the university community through leadership and
                participation in extra-curricular activities; Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident (landed
                immigrant) or Protected Person; long-term resident of Ontario; proven financial need
Description:    Endowed award; two awards are granted annually

Name:          Grand Valley Human Resources Professionals Association Award
Value:         $1,000
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Full time undergraduate students studying Human Resources Management who have
               completed at least 4 Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) qualifying courses, as
               found at http://www.hrpa.ca/OfficeOfTheRegistrar/Pages/Courseworkrequirement.aspx and
Eligibility:
               be working towards their CHRP designation. Eligible applicants must present a minimum
               cumulative GPA of 7.0 (B-) (average academic achievement); demonstrate financial need;
               involvement in human resources and/or community voluntarism.
             Annual award; established by the Grand Valley Human Resources Professionals Association
Description: to encourage and support outstanding Laurier students who are studying Human Resources
             Management

Name:            Great-West Scholarship Fund
Value:           up to $1,200
Application
                 Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:        17 October 2011
Budget
                 Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
                 Full-time undergraduate students in Year 4 in the School of Business & Economics;
Eligibility:     minimum GPA of 9.00 (B+); contribution to campus or community life; Canadian citizen,
                 Permanent Resident (landed immigrant) or Protected Person; long-term resident of
               Ontario; proven financial need
Description:   Endowed award; established by Great-West Life Assurance Company

Name:          Hamlin Family Women in Business Awards
Value:         Up to $5,500
Application
               Yes - Go to Distinct Application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Multiple awards will be granted annually to full time female students in good academic
               standing studying in years one through four of the undergraduate Honours Business
               Administration program. Eligible candidates will demonstrate a commitment to voluntarism,
               active involvement in their communities and participation in extra-curricular activities.
Eligibility:
               Recipients must be Canadian citizens, Permanent residents (landed immigrant) or Protected
               Persons, and long term residents of Ontario; proven financial need. The degree of financial
               need will be the basis upon which two equal candidates will be judged, as opposed to
               academics.
               This award was established at Laurier by the Hamlin family to generate awards that provide
               assistance, support and encouragement for women requiring financial assistance in pursuit
               of their undergraduate BBA. The value of the awards will be 75% of annual BBA tuition fees
Description:   (to a maximum of $5,000) plus $500 towards text expenses at the university book store.
               Awards are not renewable, however recipients are eligible to apply for the award after
               already having been a recipient.

Name:          Harold F Brown Memorial Award
Value:         Up to $500
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Awarded annually to a third or fourth year full or part time undergraduate student enrolled
               in any honours program with a concentration in Accounting. Strong preference will be given
               to students who have completed or are registered in a university level language course
Eligibility:
               other than English. The applicant must demonstrate involvement in at least one on campus
               or off campus extracurricular activity and have a minimum GPA of 9.0 (B+). The recipient
               must be a long term resident of Ontario with proven financial need.
               Endowed award; established in honour of Harold F Brown, 1913-2004, strong supporter of
               lifelong learning, and a man who taught his children, grandchildren and all who knew him
Description:
               by his own outstanding example.

Name:          Howard Teall Awards for Student Excellence - Undergraduate
Value:         up to $2,000
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Full-time undergraduate students in Year 3 or Year 4 of a program in the School of Business
               & Economics; minimum cumulative GPA of 10.0 (A-) in all accounting courses taken to
Eligibility:   date; demonstrated interest in the field of management accounting; Canadian citizen,
               Permanent Resident (landed immigrant) or Protected Person; long-term resident of Ontario;
               proven financial need
               Endowed award; established by friends and family in memory of Dr Howard Teall, a
               renowned faculty member of the Accounting area in Laurier's School of Business &
Description:   Economics; the recipient will present the highest cumulative GPA in all accounting courses
               taken to date in combination with a demonstrated interest in the field of management
               accounting
Name:          Hudson's Bay Company Retail Scholarship
Value:         Up to $1,700
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               No
Required:
               Full-time undergraduate students in Year 4 of the Honours BBA program; minimum GPA of
               8.00 (B); demonstrated leadership qualities through involvement in extra-curricular
Eligibility:   activities; work experience in the retail industry; successful completion of the Retail
               Management course (BU442); Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident (landed immigrant),
               Protected Person.
               Annual scholarship; provided by the Hudson's Bay Company; this scholarship is not tenable
Description:
               with any other scholarship or award in the School of Business & Economics

Name:            Insurance Institute of Ontario Scholarship Fund
Value:           up to $2,000
Application
                 Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:        17 October 2011
Budget
                 Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
                 Full-time undergraduate students in the School of Business & Economics who are enrolled
Eligibility:     in two or more insurance courses; high academic achievement; Canadian citizen; proven
                 financial need
Description:     Endowed award; two awards are granted annually

Name:          Mustin McGill Award for the Advancement of Legal Education
Value:         Up to $2,000
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Full time undergraduate student in the Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
               program, associated double degree programs, or other single degree programs with the
               Administrative Option (business minor). Applicants must demonstrate an intention to
               pursue advanced legal education through proof of successful completion of the LSAT (Law
               School Admission Test) or proof of submission of an application to a Canadian law school.
               Applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 8.0 (B) and have successfully
               completed BU 231-Business Law. Initial preference will be given to students who have also
Eligibility:
               successfully completed or are enrolled in BU 451 - The Legal Environment of Business in
               Canada. Applicants must demonstrate good citizenship through volunteer work on campus
               or in the local community. Recipients must be Canadian citizens, Permanent Residents
               (landed immigrant) or Protected Persons, long term residents of Ontario and have proven
               financial need. In the event that there are multiple applicants who equally satisfy the
               academic and citizenship criteria, the award will be granted to the applicant who
               demonstrates the highest level of financial need.
               Endowed award; established to encourage and support outstanding undergraduate students
Description:   who intend to pursue advanced legal education in the form of an LL.B (Bachelor of Laws),
               LL.M (Master of Laws), or J.D. (Juris Doctor)

Name:          NCR Waterloo Scholarship Fund - Third and Fourth-Year Business Scholarship
Value:         up to $700
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget         Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Full-time undergraduate students in Year 3 or Year 4 of the Honours BBA program;
               minimum GPA of 9.5; preference will be given to students who display leadership qualities
Eligibility:   and teamwork skills through community involvement, athletics and extra-curricular
               activities; Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident (landed immigrant) or Protected Person;
               long-term resident of Ontario; proven financial need
Description:   Endowed award

Name:            Peter Barrett Memorial Bursary
Value:           up to $500
Application
                 Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:        17 October 2011
Budget
                 Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
                 Full-time undergraduate students in Year 3 in the School of Business & Economics; good
Eligibility:
                 academic standing; interest in environmental business; proven financial need
Description:     Endowed award; in memory of Peter Barrett, a professor of business from 1992 to 1994

Name:          Polycorp Ltd./Joe Jordan Award
Value:         $800
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Full time undergraduate students in the School of Business & Economics entering year 2, 3
               or 4 with good academic achievement (minimum cumulative GPA of 9.0, B+). Students will
               have an interest in and commitment to marketing and preference will be given to students
Eligibility:
               who have indicated that they are looking to pursue a career in this area. Applicants must
               demonstrate financial need, be a Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident (landed immigrant)
               or Protected Person, and be a long term resident of Ontario.
               Endowed award; established in 2011 by Polycorp Ltd, in recognition of retiree Joe Jordan's
               outstanding dedication and contribution to Polycorp Ltd's Transportation Division. Joe
Description:   Jordan's focus toward understanding customer needs, persistence in winning projects and
               tenacity to achieve goals, has resulted in Polycorp being recognized as the industry leader
               in North America

Name:           PolyOne Canada Inc Award
Value:          up to $400
Application
                Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:       17 October 2011
Budget
                No
Required:
                Full-time undergraduate students entering Year 4 in the School of Business & Economics;
Eligibility:    outstanding academic achievement; leadership, character and ambition will also be
                considered
                Endowed scholarship; supported by PolyOne Canada Inc in memory of A Lorne Andrews,
Description:    recognized for distinguished sales achievement throughout the vinyl industry and selected
                five times to the prestigious Geon Winners Circle

Name:          Robert H Quinn Creative Marketing Award
Value:         up to $400
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               No
Required:
               Full-time undergraduate students in the Honours BBA program who have completed Year 3
               and are continuing in the program; selection will be based on academic achievement,
Eligibility:
               creativity and leadership in marketing and the application of marketing concepts within or
               outside the university
               Endowed scholarship; provided in memory of the late Professor R H Quinn; two
Description:   scholarships are granted annually, one to a co-op student and one to a regular stream
               student

Name:           Stephen E Lyons Memorial Award
Value:          up to $1,500
Application
                Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:       17 October 2011
Budget
                No
Required:
                Full-time undergraduate students entering Year 4 of the Honours BBA program; majoring
Eligibility:    in marketing and advertising; leadership, character and extra-curricular activities will be
                considered; good academic standing
                Endowed scholarship; established by the Lyons family, alumni and friends in memory of
Description:
                Stephen Earl Lyons (class of 1970)

Name:          Sun Life Financial "Bright Future" Award
Value:         $5,000
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               No
Required:
               Full time undergraduate students in Year 2,3 4 or 5 of the Honours Financial Mathematics
               (BA or BSc), the Honours Bachelor of Business Administration & Computer Science double
Eligibility:   degree program or the Honours Business Administration & Computing and Computer
               Electronics double degree program; minimum cumulative GPA of 10.0 (A-); extra curricular
               activities on campus; and extensive volunteer work in the wider community.
               Annual scholarship: established by Sun Life Financial to recognize undergraduate students
               who are role models for others and who are laying the ground work for a "bright future" for
Description:
               themselves and the community in which they live. Two scholarships will be granted per
               year.

Name:          Supply Chain Management Scholarship
Value:         $750
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               No
Required:
               Two scholarships will be awarded annually to full time undergraduate students enrolled in
               the School of Business & Economics based on the following criteria: minimum cumulative
               GPA of 9.0 (B+) in course BU385 (Operations Management I) and BU 395 (Operations
Eligibility:   Management II); enrolled in or have completed at least two of the following five courses:
               BU405, BU435, BU445, BU455, BU 480; good academic achievement, minimum cumulative
               GPA of 9.0 (B+) in his or her most recently completed academic year; is not a TSI Group
               Scholar
               Annual award; established by the School of Business & Economics faculty members in the
Description:   Operations & Decision Sciences Area (ODS)
Name:          The Andrzej Gadomski IT Service Management Leadership Award
Value:         To Be Determined
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Full time undergraduate students in Year 3 or 4 of the Honours Computing & Computer
               Electronics/Honours Bachelor of Business Administration or Honours Computer
               Science/Honours Bachelor of Business Administration double degree programs who have
               good academic standing (minimum cumulative GPA of 9.0); paid work or volunteer
Eligibility:
               experience in the field of IT management and leadership or IT Process Management;
               Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident (landed immigrant) or Protected Person; long term
               resident of Ontario; proven financial need; preference will be given to applicants who have
               ITIL certification.
               Endowed award; established to recognize an outstanding student who is interested in
               management and leadership in the area of Information Technology (IT) service and who
Description:
               has a demonstrated knowledge of the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)
               and its related best practices.

Name:          The Beth Kidnie Memorial Awards
Value:         up to $5,000
Application
               Yes - Go to distinct application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Full-time undergraduate students(not in first year); minimum cumulative GPA of 7.0 (B-);
               significant volunteer involvement in the local community; participation in extra-curricular
               activities; Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident (landed immigrant) or Protected Person;
Eligibility:
               long-term resident of Ontario; proven financial need. IMPORTANT NOTE: A distinct
               application is required for this opportunity, click on the application link to go to the
               application.
               Endowed award; established in memory of Beth Kidnie by her friends, colleagues and family
               to recognize students who demonstrate both the pursuit of excellence in work and study as
               well as generosity of spirit to fellow students, the university and the community - Beth
               Kidnie balanced these objectives in her life; the recipients will be selected by a committee
Description:   comprised of the Kidnie family and a representative from the Student Awards Office;
               applicants will be judged on a combination of academic achievement, volunteer
               involvement in the local community as well as participation in extra-curricular activities.
               One award will be granted to a student in the School of Business and Economics, one will
               be granted to a student in another faculty.

Name:          The Bev and Joan Dinsmore Memorial Award
Value:         up to $300
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Full time undergraduate student in year 2 or 3 of the Honours Bachelor of Business
               Administration program (or combined/double degree BBA program). The recipient must
               demonstrate good academic achievement (minimum cumulative GPA of 9.0) and
Eligibility:
               commitment to Laurier extra curricular activities. The recipient must be Canadian citizen,
               Permanent Resident (landed immigrant) or Protected Person; long term resident of Ontario,
               proven financial need
               Endowed award; established by Brad ('93) and Lara ('95) Morris to celebrate the life of
Description:
               Lara's father and mother.
Name:          The J Alex Murray Award
Value:         up to $300
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Full-time undergraduate students in the School of Business & Economics who will be
               undertaking an international exchange during their program of studies at Laurier; good
Eligibility:
               academic standing; demonstrated significant contribution to the Laurier community;
               proven financial need
               Endowed award; established by the faculty and staff of the School of Business &
Description:
               Economics in recognition of J Alex Murray's fourteen years of service as the school's dean

Name:          The Katherine Wong Mulholland Award
Value:         $5,000
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Endowed award; full time undergraduate students entering year 2, 3, or 4 in the School of
               Business & Economics who have good academic achievement (minimum cumulative GPA of
               9.0) and a course concentration in accounting or a demonstrated interest in the accounting
               discipline. Recipients must be a Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident (landed immigrant)
Eligibility:
               or Protected Person; long term resident of Ontario; proven financial need. Preference will
               be given to the student who demonstrates a significant contribution to the well-being of the
               university or broader community through significant volunteer involvement and who
               participates in extra-curricular activities including active participation in sports.
               Established in memory of Katherine Wong Mulholland by her colleagues at Deloitte &
               Touche LLP, family, and friends to recognize the contributions Katherine made to the
               Laurier community and to encourage others to emulate her example. Katherine joined the
               Deloitte tax practice in 1999 as a co-op student while completing her BBA. Katherine was a
Description:
               dedicated tax professional who provided quality service to her clients within the
               International Tax practice in Toronto. She recruited new tax practitioners to the firm and
               developed numerous students as a coach and mentor. Katherine enjoyed travelling and
               playing sports, particularly ultimate frisbee and softball

Name:            The Louise Carroll Memorial Award
Value:           up to $1,500
Application
                 Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:        17 October 2011
Budget
                 No
Required:
                 Full-time undergraduate students in Year 4 of the Honours BBA program; minimum GPA
Eligibility:     9.00 (B+) in Year 3; recipient will exhibit leadership qualities both in and out of the
                 classroom
                 Endowed scholarship; established by alumni, faculty, students, family and friends to
Description:
                 honour Louise Carroll (BBA '86)

Name:          The Perpetual Success Foundation Awards - School of Business & Economics
Value:         $1,000
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               No
Required:
               Full-time undergraduate students in Year 2, Year 3 or Year 4 in the School of Business &
Eligibility:   Economics; minimum GPA of 8.00 (B); demonstrated creativity and innovativeness; active
               interest in marketing, exhibited both in and out of the classroom
               Annual scholarship; established by Jay and Anne Paterson of The Perpetual Success
               Programme in memory of Mr A Britton Danard, a world renowned international marketer for
Description:
               Babcock & Wilcox Canada; his creativity paved the way to B & W's international reputation
               as a high quality manufacturer and designer of power generation projects

Name:           The W Shane Seldon Award
Value:          Up to $500
Application
                Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:       17 October 2011
Budget
                No
Required:
                Full-time undergraduate students entering Year 4 of the Honours BBA program;
Eligibility:    participation in extra-curricular activities at Laurier (clubs, government, athletics); overall
                minimum GPA of 7.5; non-smoker; good character
                Endowed scholarship; established by Mr Shane Seldon; when considering applications,
Description:
                academics will not take precedence over participation in extra-curricular activities

Name:          The Walter Fedy Partnership Award
Value:         Up to $1,000
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Open to full-time undergraduate students, not in first year, in Laurier's School of Business
               & Economics with good academic achievement (minimum cumulative GPA of 9.0, B+).
               Students will have exhibited a solid record of community involvement, leadership and
               volunteerism and preference will be given to students who attended high school in the
Eligibility:
               Waterloo Region. Applicants must have demonstrated financial need. The recipients must
               be Canadian citizens and meet the residency requirements of the Ontario Trust for Student
               Support which includes Permanent Residents (landed immigrant) or Protected Persons, and
               long term residents of Ontario.
               Endowed award; established through a generous gift by the Walter Fedy Partnership and
Description:   will recognize the contributions of outstanding students in Laurier's School of Business &
               Economics.

Name:          Venu Venugopal Award of Excellence
Value:         $5,000
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               Yes - Go to student budget form
Required:
               Full time undergraduate students entering year 4 of an Honours Program in the School of
               Business and Economics who have excellent academic achievement (a minimum cumulative
               GPA of 10.0), demonstrated financial need, are Canadian citizens or landed immigrants and
               are long term residents of Ontario. Eligible applicants will have made a considerable
Eligibility:
               contribution to the well-being of the university or wider community through volunteer work,
               and show significant participation in intramural or varsity sports. Preference will be given to
               applicants who demonstrate evidence of having overcome or be managing a significant
               personal challenge (e.g physical, emotional, financial etc).
               Endowed award; established by family, friends and colleagues of the late Venu Venugopal
Description:   to recognize the contributions he made to the business community and to encourage others
               to emulate his example.
Name:          Neo Material Technologies Academic Exchange Scholarships
Value:         $5,000
Application
               Yes - Go to application
Required:
Deadline:      17 October 2011
Budget
               No
Required:
               Full time undergraduate students in the School of Business and Economics who are in the
               final two years of their program of registration. Applicants must be students in good
               standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 9.0 (B+) who have been accepted to study at
               one of Laurier's international exchange partner universities in China. The scholarship will be
Eligibility:
               granted annually to the 3 eligible candidates who present the highest cumulative GPA's.
               Recipients are only eligible to receive this once during their program of registration.
               Students in the Laurier/Waterloo double degree programs must be registered with Laurier
               as their home institution.
               Annual scholarships; established to provide financial support to the International Initiatives
               Program in the School of Business and Economics. Recipients who do not subsequently
Description:   undertake the exchange opportunity or who do not complete the full exchange will be
               required to reimburse the University for some or all of the value of the scholarship.

								
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