Scholarships and Prizes for Math Students
2015-2016 Academic Year Winners:
Victor T. Ridley Memorial Prize – Brandon Leipner-Johns
First-Year Outstanding Achievement Award – Melissa Van Bussel
First-Year Outstanding Achievement Award – Westley Brown
Cyril and Jenny Carter Scholarship – Vladislav Abramov
Cyril and Jenny Carter Scholarhsip – Emily Korfanty
Guinard Prize – Jeet Trivedi
Vladislav Abramov, Jeet Trivedi, Emily Korfanty and Melissa Van Bussel. Not present for the photo were Brandon Leipner-Johns and Westley Brown.
2014-2015 Academic Year Winners:
Cyril and Jenny Carter Scholarship – Paul Schell
Cyril and Jenny Carter Scholarhsip – Jeet Trivedi
Victor T. Ridley Memorial Prize – Vladislav Abramov
Victor T. Ridley Memorial Prize – Emily Korfanty
Victor T. Ridley Memorial Prize – Matthew Hebb
Guinard Prize – Zachary Brault
Guinard Prize – Tobias Bernstein
Back row (left to right): Zachary Brault, Vladislav Abramov, Stephen Boon, Professor Kenzu Abdella. Front row (left to right): Professor Wenying Feng, Paul Schell, Tobias Bernstein, Emily Korfanty, and Matthew Hebb.
Missing: Jeet Trivedi.
The Mathematics Department Scholarships and Bursaries
Victor T. Ridley Memorial Prize
An annual prize awarded to the leading undergraduate in first-year mathematics.
First-Year Outstanding Achievement Prize
An annual prize awarded to a male and female student who had the best performance in their first-year courses and are continuing in mathematics.
Cyril and Jenny Carter Scholarship
This award is in memory of Professor Cyril Carter, who was a member of the Department of Mathematics, and is given annually to the top two mathematics student entering the third year.
Patricia H. Southern Mathematics Award
This award will be presented on the basis of financial need and is for a student in third or fourth year who demonstrates high academic achievement and financial need. Preference will be given to a student majoring in Mathematics.
This award, in honour of Andrew P. Guinand, the founding chair of the department of Mathematics, is given annually to the top mathematics student entering the fourth year of his or her program.
Margaret Lightbody Scholarship
The scholarship is to be awarded by the Queen's-Trent Concurrent Teacher Education Program. Recommendation on awarding the scholarship is made by the Teacher's Education Program with input from the Mathematics Department. If there is no subsequent teacher education program at Trent University then the scholarship will be awarded at the discretion of the Board of Governors with a preference that it is awarded to an upper year student majoring in mathematics. This scholarship remains focused on supporting students enrolled at Trent University and who have an ambition to teach mathematics.
T.E.W. Nind Award
This award was established in memory of Professor Tom Nind, President of Trent University from 1972-79. The award will be given to a major or joint-major in Mathematics who demonstrates financial need and high academic standing. OSOF guidelines apply.