Philosophy Scholarships and Awards

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Philosophy Scholarships and Awards

UNDERGRADUATE:

Affleck Memorial Prize in Philosophy

Awarded to an outstanding fourth-year (honours) student on the basis of his or her whole record with the Department of Philosophy.

2013- Alex Robart
2012- William Alexander Robinson
2011 - Jade Alyssa Wallace

Woodie Woodwood Memorial Scholarship in Philosophy*†

Awarded annually to a student majoring in Philosophy who has completed two full credits in either Greek or Latin languages. In the event that no candidates meet these criteria, then it is to be awarded to a student who is majoring in Philosophy and who has completed either one full credit, or two half credits in either Greek or Latin languages. This award cannot be made to the same student twice.

2012 - Kristine Kirby

Frederick William Ford Scholarship*†

Awarded by application to a student with a declared major in Philosophy who has completed their first year of study (five full credits) upon entering second year and who has the highest overall grade average.

2012 - Adrian Graham Palma
2011 - Carolyn Elizabeth Blank

Doris Senior Award*†

Awarded to a mature student with a declared major in Philosophy who has completed a minimum of one credit. This award is made on academic merit by the Department of Philosophy.

2013 - Wesley John Dutton
2012 - Kristine Kirby
2011 - Dylan Aubrey Mawson

Father John Nota Scholarship*†

Awarded by application to a student with a declared major in Philosophy who has completed their second year of study (ten full credits) upon entering third year and who has the highest overall grade average. If the student identified for receiving the Father John Nota Scholarship using the above criteria happens to have been the recipient of the Frederick William Ford Scholarship the previous year, then the student with the second highest overall average should receive this award.

2013 - Patrick Przemyslaw Maziarz
2012 - Kristine Kirby
2011 - Mike Cameron

Professor Zygmunt Adamczewski Scholarship†

Awarded to a student with a declared major in Philosophy who has completed their third year of study (fifteen full credits) upon entering fourth year and has the highest overall grade average. If the student identified for receiving the Professor Zygmunt Adamczewski Scholarship using the above criteria happens to have been the recipient of the Father John Nota Scholarship in their previous year, then the student with the second highest overall average should receive this award.

2013 - Wesley John Dutton
2012 - Alex Duncan Robart
2011 - Dylan Aubrey Mawson

Valerie Konopka-Bulanda Award*†

Awarded annually to an entering student with a declared major in Philosophy, who has the highest admission average.

2013 - Olivia Blondin
2012- Julia McColl
2011 - Spencer Stevenson

Dorothy Korchok Burary
Awarded annually to a first year student entering the Philosophy program.

2013- Megan Smith
2012 - S. Franchi

Dr. George J. Nathan Bursary
Awarded annual to a third year philosophy major that has completed at least one, second year course in Modern Philosophy. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and meet Ontario residency requirements.

GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS:

The Victoria Andic-Whealy Award in Memory of Martin Andic

An annual entrance award to the most outstanding graduate student entering the Philosophy graduate program. The student must demonstrate financial need and meet Ontario residency requirements. The student must complete an Application for Internal Graduate Scholarships.

2013 - Michael Cameron
2012 - Clare Quinn-Hurley
2011 - Andres Hidalgo

Johanna Tito and David Goicoechea Award

Awarded annually to a student who has graduated from the Brock undergraduate degree program in Philosophy and is entering the Brock masters program in philosophy.

2012 - Evan Jones
2011 - Kaitlyn Evers

The Mervin Sprung Scholarship*

Awarded annually to a student working in Eastern Philosophy or Comparative Philosophy. When no student is found to be eligible according to these criteria, the scholarship is awarded to the student who
has shown the most dedication to thesis and M.A. work.

2012 - Clare Quinn-Hurley
2011 - Logan Alexander

The John Mayer Graduate Scholarship*

Award made annually to a graduate student in the Master’s degree program in Philosophy who has the highest academic standing.

2012 - Clare Quinn-Hurley
2011 - Richard Neels

Faculty of Humanities, FGS

2012-2013 - Clare Quinn-Hurley
2011-2012 - Logan Alexander

*Applicants must demonstrate financial need and meet Ontario residency requirement.
† Web application required.

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