Entrance Awards in the School of Kinesiology
A $1000 Service Award was created in memory of Dr. Gordon L Diewert, who was killed by a drunk driver, to promote the prevention of drinking and driving. The award is granted annually on the basis of good academic performance and community service to a high school student entering the School of Kinesiology. The recipient must provide written evidence that they have participated in activities associated with the prevention of drinking and driving. Preference will be given to students who took leadership roles in their high school Dry Grad activities. Note, this scholarship is available only to new high-school graduating students directly entering first-year in the School of Kinesiology.
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Two awards of $1,000 each have been created by the School of Kinesiology for entering Aboriginal students who are enrolled in at least 24 credits of course work over the Winter Session. The awards may be renewed for one year only, subject to satisfactory completion of the first year and enrollment in a second year of study in the School of Kinesiology with at least 24 credits of course work. The awards are made on the recommendation of the School.
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