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Undergraduate Scholarships: Nutritional Sciences

Angeline Stevens Bursary
  • Established by the Estate of the late Mary Angeline Stevens.
  • (For Year III) - Student enrolled in the Specialist program in Nutritional Sciences. The award will be made on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

 

Anna Howe Reeve Scholarship
  • Established through a donation from Dr. R.A. Reeve, in memory of his wife.  Professor Emeritus Donald C. Macgregor, Department of Economics, the grand-nephew of the donor, has subsequently contributed.
  • (For Year III) - Student who has demonstrated general proficiency in the third year courses offered by the Department of Nutritional Sciences.

 

Annie L. Laird Prize in Nutrition & Food Science
  • Established through a Bequest of the late Professor Annie Lewisa Laird, Head of the Department of Household Science at the University of Toronto from 1906 to 1936.
  • (For Year II) - Student with grade A standing in the second year core courses required as a part of the Major or Specialist program in Nutritional Sciences (currently NFS284, BCH210, STA220 and STA221 or PSY201 and PSY202).

 

Charles Ganton Webster Prize in Nutritional Sciences
  • Established through the generous gifts of friends in memory of Charles Ganton Webster.
  • (For Year IV) - Student who, in the best judgement of the Department of Nutritional Sciences, best fulfills the undergraduate research challenge in Nutritional Sciences (currently NFS 494Y).

 

Clara C. Benson Scholarship in Food Chemistry
  • Established by the Household Science and Nutritional Sciences Alumni Association, University of Toronto.
  •  (For Year III) - Student who has demonstrated a high level of proficiency in the third year courses in food chemistry offered by the Department of Nutritional Sciences (currently NFS 386H, 387H).

 

Daniel Wilson Scholarship in Science
  • Established through a bequest of the late William Christie, Esq. in honour of Sir Daniel Wilson, Kt., LL.D., F.R.S., President of the University College, 1890-1892, President of the University 1889-1892.
  • (For Year III) - Awarded to a third year student in Nutrition and Food Science.

 

Dorothy Whiting Scholarship in Nutritional Sciences
  • Established by the Estate of the late Dorothy Whiting.
  • (For Year III/IV) - Student who makes significant contributions to others through volunteer service to student organizations or the community at large. Apply to the Department of Nutritional Sciences by May 1.

 

Dr. Tom Francis Book Award
  • Established by the Department of Nutritional Sciences and the HSNSAA, on the occasion of Dr. Francis’ retirement.
  • (For Year III) - Student who has achieved high standing in Food Chemistry (NFS 386H) and Laboratory Course in Biochemical Techniques (BCH 370H).

 

Edward Blake Scholarship in Nutritional Sciences
  • Established through a gift of the late Hon. Edward Blake, Chancellor of the University, 1876-1900 (M.A., LL.D., Q.C., M.P).
  • (For Year II) - Awarded to a second year student who has completed the core courses required for the second year of the Specialist Program in Nutritional Sciences.

 

Household Science and Nutritional Sciences Alumni Scholarship III
  • Established by the Household Science and Nutritional Sciences Alumni Association, University of Toronto (HSNSAA).
  • (For Year III) - Student in the Specialist program in Nutritional Sciences who has demonstrated a high level of proficiency in the Nutritional Sciences courses requires for the third year of the program (currently NFS 384H, 386H, 387H).

 

Household Science and Nutritional Sciences Alumni Scholarship IV
  •  Established by the Household Science and Nutritional Sciences Alumni Association, University of Toronto (HSNSAA).
  •  (For Year IV) - Student in the Specialist program in Nutritional Sciences who has demonstrated a high level of proficiency in the Nutritional Sciences courses requires for the fourth year of the program (currently NFS 484H, 486H, 487H, 488H, 490H).

 

Marion Dickenson Scholarship

  • Established by the Estate of the late Marion Elleda Dickenson.
  • (For Year IV) - Student who has graduated from the Specialist program in Nutritional Sciences and who has enrolled in a graduate program in Nutrition Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City. The award may be renewed after the recipient has re-registered at Columbia. Apply to the Department of Nutritional Sciences by April 1.

 

M. Doreen Smith-van der Voort Graduation Scholarship
  • Established by the Estate of Mary Doreen Smith-van der Voort, former head of the Department of Food Chemistry, Faculty of Household Science (later Faculty of Food Service), University of Toronto.
  • (For Year IV) - Student demonstrating a high level of proficiency in fourth year courses taken as part of the Specialist program in Nutritional Sciences. The recipient must enrol in the M.Sc. program in the Department of Nutritional sciences or in the M.H.Sc. program in Community Nutrition in the Department of Community Health at U of T.

 

M. Doreen Smith-van der Voort Scholarship in Food Chemistry
  • Established by the Estate of Mary Doreen Smith-van der Voort, former head of the Department of Food Chemistry, Faculty of Household Science (later Faculty of Food Service), University of Toronto.
  • (For Year III) - Student demonstrating a high level of proficiency in third year courses offered by the Department of Nutritional Sciences with emphasis on courses in the area of food chemistry (currently NFS 386H, 387H).

 

Mr. SUB Scholarship
  • Established through a generous donation from Mr. SUB.
  • (For Any Year) - Student in the Specialist program in Nutritional Sciences on the basis of academic achievement and community involvement.

 

Sarah Kennedy Scholarship in Nutritional Sciences
  • Established through a Bequest of the late George Kennedy (M.A. (1860), LL.D. (1877).
  • (For Year IV) - Female student standing first in the composite mark of at least three fourth year courses offered by the Department of Nutritional Sciences.