University of Alberta

Funding for this program is made possible in part by the generosity and commitment of our donors. The list below represents individual Awards contributing to the funding available. As an applicant, you only need to apply to the scholarship or bursary program listed, or based on the application procedures indicated on the specified program page. Should you be selected as a recipient, you would then be notified as to which individual Award(s) you have received.

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Civil and Environmental Engineering

The following scholarships are part of the Faculty/Department Scholarship Competition.

AGRA Foundations Limited Undergraduate Course Prize In Construction Engineering

Field of Study: Civil Engineering with construction engineering elective

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident in third or fourth year in the Department of Civil Engineering with a GPA sufficient for admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research and who obtains the highest mark in CIV E 409, 'Construction Methods'.

Funded by: Endowed by AGRA Foundations Limited

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Alberta Chapter of the American Concrete Institute Prize in Civil Engineering

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student entering fourth year Civil Engineering who has demonstrated an interest in concrete construction. Recipient will be selected on the basis of having achieved the highest academic standings in the third year courses CIV E 372, 374, and 391. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen who has completed the third year of Civil Engineering at the University of Alberta.

Funded by: Endowed by the Alberta Chapter of the American Concrete Institute.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Allan Markin Scholarship in Civil Engineering

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering the third or fourth year of a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. Selection based on academic standing.

Funded by: Canadian Natural Resources Ltd

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Faculty of Engineering

Allan Markin Scholarship in Mining Engineering

Field of Study: Mining Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering the third or fourth year of a Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering. Selection based on academic standing.

Funded by: Canadian Natural Resources Ltd

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Faculty of Engineering

Allan Markin Scholarship in Petroleum Engineering

Field of Study: Petroleum Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering the third or fourth year of a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering. Selection based on academic standing.

Funded by: Canadian Natural Resources Ltd

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Faculty of Engineering

APEGA Past Presidents' Medal in Civil Engineering

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to the convocating student who is a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident with the highest academic standing in Civil Engineering on the basis of the third and fourth year combined, which must be no less than 3.5. The University withholds the right of not awarding this medal.

Funded by: The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Faculty of Engineering

APEGA Past Presidents' Medal in Mining Engineering

Field of Study: Mining Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to the convocating student who is a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident with the highest academic standing in Mining Engineering on the basis of the third and fourth year combined, which must be no less than 3.5. The University withholds the right of not awarding this medal.

Funded by: The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Faculty of Engineering

APEGA Past Presidents' Medal in Petroleum Engineering

Field of Study: Petroleum Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to the convocating student who is a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident with the highest academic standing in Petroleum Engineering on the basis of the third and fourth year combined, which must be no less than 3.5. The University withholds the right of not awarding this medal.

Funded by: The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Faculty of Engineering

Walter L Bigg Prize in Surveying

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement in CIV E 250 (Plane Surveying) and CIV E 251 (Survey School) taking a full normal course load at the University of Alberta in the Department of Civil Engineering. Recipient will be selected on the basis academic standing in the combination of Plane Surveying (CIV E 250) and Survey School (CIV E 251). The recipient must otherwise achieve satisfactory overall academic standing.

Funded by: Established to honor the memory of Walter L Bigg, soldier, surveyor, constructor, teacher, who served as a Professor in the Dept of Civil Engineering where he taught surveying, astronomy, photogrammetry and geodesy during the period 1957 to 1970. Endowed by friends, industry and university colleagues in recognition of his outstanding contribution in the field of surveying education.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in consultation with the course instructor(s).

BP Canada Energy Group ULC Scholarship in Petroleum Engineering

Field of Study: Petroleum Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering the final year of a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering. Selection based on academic standing, demonstrated leadership and demonstrated community involvement.

Funded by: Annually funded by BP Canada Energy Group ULC

Application/Nomination Procedure: By application to the Faculty of Engineering

BPTEC Engineering Ltd JR Ogilvie Memorial Prize

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student in Civil Engineering, on the basis of the academic standing attained in structural design courses up to and including those normally included in the program to the end of term seven. Financial need of the student may also be taken into consideration.

Funded by: Endowed by BPTEC Ltd Engineering, in memory of the late JR Ogilvie, P Eng (Civil '49), a partner in the firm.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By application to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

CADE/CAODC Spring Drilling Conference Scholarship

Field of Study: Petroleum Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to an undergraduate student with superior academic achievement entering the fourth year of the Petroleum Engineering program. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing. If a suitable candidate entering fourth year cannot be found, students entering third year may be considered.

Funded by: 1989 CADE/CAODC Spring Drilling Conference.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By application to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering

CW Carry Prize in Structural Design I (CIV E 374)

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to the undergraduate student in the Civil Engineering degree program with superior academic achievement and the highest mark in the third-year Structural Design I (CIV E 374) course.

Funded by: Supported by the CW Carry Chair program

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

CW Carry Prize in Structural Design II (CIV E 474)

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to the undergraduate student in the Civil Engineering degree program with superior academic achievement and the highest mark in the fourth-year Structural Design II (CIV E 474) course.

Funded by: Supported by the CW Carry Chair program

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

CW Carry Steel Structures Design Award

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to the best design project team in Structural Design III (CIV E 479). Recipients will be selected on the basis of innovative and creative design applied to a practical engineering problem, the use of fundamental engineering principles applied to solving real-world problems, and selection of practical, economical, and feasible materials and manufacturing processes. Selection will be made following team presentations in CIV E 479.

Funded by: Supported by the CW Carry Chair program

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Dr. Jim Carter Syncrude Mining Scholarship

Field of Study: Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering or continuing in the School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering. Selection based on academic standing and demonstrated involvement in volunteer activities.

Funded by: Endowed by Syncrude Canada Ltd in honour of Dr. James Carter

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination of the Director of the School of Mining and Petroleum

Civil Engineering Students' Award

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with satisfactory academic standing (minimum grade point average of 2.3) entering the fourth year in Civil Engineering. Recipient will be selected on the basis of exceptional student club involvement during the year prior to the award being given.

Funded by: Endowed by the Civil Engineering Students Club

Application/Nomination Procedure: By application to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Class of 1950 Civil Engineers' Award

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents with satisfactory academic standing entering the final year of studies in the Faculty of Engineering pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree. Recipients will be selected on the basis of leadership skills and potential as demonstrated through involvement in university, class, or community organizations, sports activities, and/or cultural activities during the student's undergraduate years.

Funded by: Endowed by the Civil Engineering Class of 1950 to commemorate their 50th anniversary and in memory of all Classmates

Application/Nomination Procedure: By application to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Class of 1955 Civil Engineering Golden Anniversary Award

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident with satisfactory academic standing entering the 3rd or 4th year of study in the Faculty of Engineering pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree. Selection based on demonstrated involvement in extracurricular contributions to campus or community, sports activities, and/or cultural activities during the student's undergraduate years.

Funded by: Endowed by the Civil Engineering Class of 1955 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of their graduation and in memory of all classmates

Application/Nomination Procedure: By application to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

C Percy Cole Memorial Scholarship in Engineering

Field of Study: Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to a student who is a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident with superior academic achievement entering or continuing in the third year of an undergraduate degree in Mining or Petroleum Engineering. Selection based on academic standing. Preference given to a student in Mining Engineering.

Funded by: Annually funded by the C Percy Cole Memorial Scholarship Fund at the Calgary Foundation, in memory of C Percy Cole, Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering 1952

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Faculty of Engineering

Ronald N Dalby Scholarship in Civil Engineering

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering the fourth year in Civil Engineering who has completed the Project Management Course (CIV E 303). Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing and a demonstrated knowledge, initiative and interest in the practical problems and case studies of the labs as determined by the Project Management Course Instructor.

Funded by: Endowed by the Carthy Foundation in honor of Ron Dalby who served as President of Manalta Coal Ltd from 1981 to 1994.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Jock Dawe Scholarship in Civil Engineering

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident with superior academic achievement entering the second, third, or fourth year of Civil Engineering. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing, financial need, leadership potential, and involvement in extracurricular activities.

Funded by: Jock Dawe Family

Application/Nomination Procedure: By application to the Faculty of Engineering

Encana Civil and Petroleum Engineering Scholarship

Field of Study: Faculty of Engineering - Civil and Petroleum Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to student(s) with superior academic achievement entering the third or fourth year of study for a Bachelor of Engineering with a major in Civil or Petroleum Engineering. Selection based on academic standing.

Funded by: Encana Corporation

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Leonard E Gads Memorial Scholarship

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually on behalf of the Civil Engineering Class of 1955, to a third year Civil Engineering student with superior academic achievement entering the fourth year. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing, extra-curricular activities, and financial need.

Funded by: Endowed by the Civil Engineering Class of 1955 from the University of Alberta in memory of Dr Leonard E Gads, former Associate Dean of the Faculty of Engineering

Application/Nomination Procedure: By application to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Jack Grainge Memorial Prize in Environmental Engineering

Field of Study: Environmental Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement in Environmental Engineering courses who is enrolled in Environmental Hydrology (ENV E 320) in the following fall or winter term. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic achievement.

Funded by: Endowed by Mrs Jessie Grainge.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By application to the Faculty of Engineering

WA and M Hiller Civil Engineering Scholarship

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident with superior academic achievement entering the final year of the BSc degree program in Civil Engineering. The recipient must have attended grades 11 and 12 at a high school in Western Canada. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing and demonstrated financial need.

Funded by: Endowed by Mr and Mrs Walter A Hiller

Application/Nomination Procedure: By application to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Russel Jordan Memorial Scholarship in Petroleum Engineering

Field of Study: Petroleum Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident with superior academic achievement residing in Alberta and entering fourth year in Petroleum Engineering at the University of Alberta. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing, demonstrated leadership qualities, and involvement in amateur sports. If there are no suitable candidates entering fourth year, those entering third year may be considered.

Funded by: Endowed by the family and friends of the late Russel Jordan, a 1982 Petroleum Engineering graduate from the University of Alberta.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By application to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering

KERN Partners Undergraduate Scholarship in Petroleum Engineering in Honour of Clayton Woitas

Field of Study: Petroleum Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering the second year of study of an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Engineering with a major in Petroleum Engineering. Selection based on academic standing.

Funded by: Endowed by KERN Partners Ltd in honour of Clayton Woitas for his service to KERN Partners Ltd

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Faculty of Engineering

J (Jack) Longworth Scholarship

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to an undergraduate student with superior academic achievement overall in Civil Engineering. Recipient will be the student with the highest mark(s) in the structural design course(s).

Funded by: Endowed by the members of the Civil Class of 1955, classmates, former students, colleagues, family and friends of Jack Longworth. This award was established by the Civil Engineering Class of 1955 on the occasion of their 40th year of graduation.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Masonry Contractors Association of Alberta (Edmonton Chapter) Prize

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student enrolled in CIV E 479 or CIV E 240 who has submitted the most outstanding report on a topic of interest to the masonry industry or who has performed outstanding research on a topic of interest to the masonry industry, in connection with the Faculty undergraduate research programs.

Funded by: Endowed by the Masonry Contractors Association of Alberta Edmonton Chapter.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

John Alexander McDougall Memorial Scholarship

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement entering the fourth year of study for a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. Selection based on academic standing.

Funded by: McDougall and Secord Limited, in memory of John Alexander McDougall, a member of the first Senate of the University of Alberta, and John Frederick McDougall, alumnus and long-time Registrar of APEGA

Application/Nomination Procedure: By application to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Bill McLaggan Memorial Award in Civil Engineering

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to Canadian Citizen(s) or Permanent Resident(s) with satisfactory academic standing continuing in a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. Selection based on academic standing.

Funded by: Endowed by Sheila McLaggan

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Faculty of Engineering

David W Murray Scholarship

Field of Study: Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to a student with superior academic achievement continuing in a Bachelor of Science in Engineering in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering who has completed a minimum of one course in Structural Engineering. Selection based on academic standing.

Funded by: Endowed by Pearl Murray

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

George Naoum Memorial Award in Construction Engineering

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to a student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 entering the fourth year in the Faculty of Engineering and studying Construction Engineering. Selection based on academic standing combined with involvement with engineering student activities, with preference given to a student with demonstrated financial need. If no qualified candidate entering fourth year can be found, those entering third year will be considered.

Funded by: Endowed by the family and friends of the late George Naoum, Civil Engineer, Class of 1955 and proud alumnus of the University of Alberta.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By application to the Faculty of Engineering.

Newbert Construction and Engineering Ltd Award

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to students with satisfactory academic standing entering the third year of a Civil Engineering program at the University of Alberta. Recipients will be selected on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic standing. Preference will be given to students who have an interest in Construction Engineering.

Funded by: Endowed by Mr & Mrs Kurt and Lilian Newbert

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Nick Oneschuk Memorial Scholarship

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering the fourth year of the BSc program in Engineering who has a significant interest in construction engineering. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing, good personal qualities and leadership potential.

Funded by: Endowed by PCL Construction Ltd in memory of the late Nick J Oneschuk.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Jessie E Paull Memorial Prize

Field of Study: Highway Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to the student obtaining the highest standing in CIV E 315 (Transportation Engineering) provided that the student obtains a grade of at least 3.3 in this subject and is registered in a full year's program.

Funded by: Endowed by Mr AM Paull, formerly Chief Highway Construction Engineer, Province of Alberta

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Allan W Peterson Memorial Scholarship in Civil Engineering

Field of Study: Civil

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering the first (after completion of the qualifying year), second, or third year in Civil Engineering. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing.

Funded by: Endowed through the Estate of Allan W Peterson

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

George E Poole Memorial Leadership Award in Construction Engineering

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to students with satisfactory academic standing registered in the fourth year of the Civil Engineering degree program who are taking the Construction Engineering elective pattern (both CIV E 406 and CIV E 409). Selection based on demonstrated leadership through involvement and participation in team sports and/or university and community organizations, and demonstrated communication skills.

Funded by: Endowed by PCL Construction Group Inc in memory of George Ernest Poole, a graduate in Civil Engineering from the University of Alberta in 1943 and the co-owner and operator of Poole Construction Ltd for 30 years.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination by the Faculty of Engineering

John E Poole Award in Civil Engineering

Field of Study: Faculty of Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to a student with satisfactory academic standing entering or continuing in a program within the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering or the School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering. Selection based on academic standing.

Funded by: Mr. John Poole

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering.

Dr. Karel Puffer Scholarship in Civil Engineering

Field of Study: Engineering

Conditions: Awarded to an international student with superior academic achievement entering the second year of an undergraduate degree program in Civil Engineering. Selection based on academic achievement, demonstrated involvement with student groups, community service, and/or volunteer work. Preference given to a student for whom English is a second language.

Funded by: Dr. Karel Puffer

Application/Nomination Procedure: To Dean of Engineering, E6-050 ETLC

H S Ragan Prize in Structural Engineering

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident completing the fourth year of an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Alberta who has satisfactory standing in the fourth year. The recipient will be selected on the basis of superior academic achievement obtained on the aggregate marks in the third and fourth year structural analysis and design courses.

Funded by: Endowed by the friends and family of Mr H Stan Ragan.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil Engineering

Malcolm D Saunders Bursary in Mining Engineering

Field of Study: Mining Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with satisfactory academic standing entering or completing the fourth year of studies in the Mining Engineering program. Recipient will be selected on the basis of financial need, academic standing, leadership qualities, social conscience and aptitude for the field of mining engineering.

Funded by: Endowed by Margaret Saunders in memory of her brother Malcolm D Saunders, who graduated from the University of Alberta with a BSc in Mining Engineering in 1935.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering

UMA Scholarship

Field of Study: Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to students with superior academic achievement entering the fourth year of studies in the Department of Civil Engineering. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic standing. Preference will be given to students expressing an interest in pursing a consulting engineering career in Canada.

Funded by: Endowed in 1980 by a gift to the University from Underwood McLellan Ltd of Calgary.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Faculty of Engineering

Arthur A Voice Memorial Award

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident with satisfactory academic standing entering the second or third year of studies in Civil Engineering. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing, character, and demonstrated participation in leadership activities. Preference will be given to a student with a demonstrated financial need.

Funded by: Endowed by the family of the late Arthur A Voice in recognition of the 60th Anniversary of Voice Construction Ltd

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil Engineering

Walker Newby and Associates Ltd. Prize in Survey Engineering

Field of Study: Survey Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student in Survey Engineering. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing in CIV E 250 (Plane Surveying) together with a good overall academic record.

Funded by: Endowed by GC Walker (Civil '50) and LR Newby (Civil '51) of Walker, Newby and Associates Ltd. in commemoration of their Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of practice in Alberta, and supplemented by matching investment income by the Province of Alberta Advanced Education Endowment Fund of the 1980's.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in consultation with the instructor of CIV E 250

Walker Newby and Associates Ltd. Prizes in Environmental Engineering

Field of Study: Environmental Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to students in Civil Engineering who have successfully completed either Environmental Engineering I or Environmental Engineering II, and Municipal Engineering and who, in the opinion of the instructor, have shown interest and initiative in design problems related to municipal engineering, urban planning, design and construction.

Funded by: Endowed by G.C. Walker (Civil '50) and L.R. Newby (Civil '51) and Walker, Newby and Associates Ltd. in commemoration of their Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of practice in Alberta, and supplemented by matching investment income by the Province of Alberta Advanced Education Endowment Fund of the 1980's.

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the instructor of CIV E 521

Westmoreland Coal Company Scholarship in Civil Engineering

Field of Study: Civil Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering second year in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Alberta. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing. Preference will be given to a student having an interest in the mining industry.

Funded by: Westmoreland Coal Company

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil Engineering

Westmoreland Coal Company in Mining Engineering

Field of Study: Mining Engineering

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with superior academic achievement entering second year in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering at the University of Alberta. Recipient will be selected on the basis of academic standing. Preference will be given to a student having an interest in the mining industry.

Funded by: Westmoreland Coal Company

Application/Nomination Procedure: By nomination from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering