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Other Education Awards

Faculty of Education


Candidates for some of the following awards are nominated, and therefore no application is required.

Bill Gadsby Pre-Service Teaching Award
This prize was established in 2004 upon the retirement of Bill Gadsby who served the Bachelor of Education program as both Director of Student Teaching and Director of the Winnipeg Education Centre program. It will be awarded annually to the graduating University of Winnipeg B.Ed. degree student who demonstrates outstanding teaching skills and exceptional potential for a stellar teaching career.
Comments: Students are nominated by their faculty supervisor, cooperating teacher and/or school administrators.
Awarded: At Faculty of Education June Convocation.
Application Required: No

Fred Smith Scholarship in Education
This scholarship is given in memory of Fred Smith, C.M.A., by his wife Jean Smith, and his daughter, Jo-Anne Doerksen, in recognition of his career in the areas of Aboriginal affairs and education. It will be awarded to an outstanding Aboriginal student enrolled in either the B.Ed. program at the Winnipeg Education Centre (WEC) or the Community-Based Aboriginal Teacher Education Program (CATEP).
Comments:
Awarded: October
Application Required: No

Lost Prizes Award
Upon recommendation of the Faculty of Education, this award will be presented at the Spring Convocation to a student graduating from the Faculty in recognition of exemplary service to the community and high academic achievement.
Comments: Candidates must have completed Educ-4409 Mentoring At-Risk course.
Awarded: At Faculty of Education June Convocation.
Application Required: No

Lost Prizes Scholarship
Upon recommendation of the Faculty of Education, this scholarship will be presented at the Spring Convocation to a student graduating from the Faculty in recognition of exemplary service to the community and high academic achievement.
Comments: Candidates must have completed Educ-4409 Mentoring At-Risk course.
Awarded: At Faculty of Education June Convocation.
Application Required: No

Ross A. Johnston Aboriginal Student Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 2009 by Ross A. Johnston (B.A., 1952, United College; LL. B., 1956, University of Manitoba) for one or more aboriginal students in the Faculty of Education. Financial need may be considered as a supplementary criterion in the selection process.
Comments: Usually awarded to a student in the Faculty of Education Access Programs.
Awarded: October
Application Required: No

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