Featured Giving Opportunities

The Arts and Science Innovative Learning Fund
The Arts and Science Innovative Learning Fund
The broader learning environment at Queen's requires that our learning spaces, equipment, technology, speakers and lecture series, and field study programs remain relevant and enriching for our studen ... The broader learning environment at Queen's requires that ou... (Learn More)
The broader learning environment at Queen's requires that our learning spaces, equipment, technology, speakers and lecture series, and field study programs remain relevant and enriching for our studen ... (Learn More)
The Arts and Science Dean's Student Initiatives Fund
The Arts and Science Dean's Student Initiatives Fund
Established to provide modest grants for undergraduates in the Faculty of Arts and Science to enable them to participate in projects that will provide educational opportunities outside the classroom. Established to provide modest grants for undergraduates in t... (Learn More)
Established to provide modest grants for undergraduates in the Faculty of Arts and Science to enable them to participate in projects that will provide educational opportunities outside the classroom. (Learn More)
Dean of Arts Trust Fund
Dean of Arts Trust Fund
Your support gives the Dean of Arts and Science the flexibility to fund a variety of projects and initiatives. Your support gives the Dean of Arts and Science the flexibil... (Learn More)
Your support gives the Dean of Arts and Science the flexibility to fund a variety of projects and initiatives. (Learn More)
The Indigenous Studies Interactive Expendable Fund
The Indigenous Studies Interactive Expendable Fund
Support and promote Indigenous and Aboriginal learning activities. Support and promote Indigenous and Aboriginal learning activ... (Learn More)
Support and promote Indigenous and Aboriginal learning activities. (Learn More)
Dr. Michael Baird
Dr. Michael Baird
Established to support the costs associated with bringing eminent academics or chemists to Queen's University campus. These funds will be used to cover expenses related to the lecture or event, honora ... Established to support the costs associated with bringing em... (Learn More)
Established to support the costs associated with bringing eminent academics or chemists to Queen's University campus. These funds will be used to cover expenses related to the lecture or event, honora ... (Learn More)
The Chemistry Gift Trust Fund
The Chemistry Gift Trust Fund
The Chemistry Gift Fund is used to support academic and research priorities, outreach activities and other initiatives in the Chemistry Department. The Chemistry Gift Fund is used to support academic and rese... (Learn More)
The Chemistry Gift Fund is used to support academic and research priorities, outreach activities and other initiatives in the Chemistry Department. (Learn More)
The Chemistry Teaching and Research Equipment Fund
The Chemistry Teaching and Research Equipment Fund
Access to specialized equipment is indispensable for modern chemical teaching and research. Each year, our departmental instrumentation supports the development of practical laboratory skills for over ... Access to specialized equipment is indispensable for modern... (Learn More)
Access to specialized equipment is indispensable for modern chemical teaching and research. Each year, our departmental instrumentation supports the development of practical laboratory skills for over ... (Learn More)
Professor Walter Szarek
Professor Walter Szarek
In Honour of Dr. Walter A. Szarek a Lecture Series is being established. In Honour of Dr. Walter A. Szarek a Lecture Series is being... (Learn More)
In Honour of Dr. Walter A. Szarek a Lecture Series is being established. (Learn More)
The Art Conservation Trust Fund
The Art Conservation Trust Fund
Your gifts to this fund support the Art Conservation program in running its day-to-day operations. Queen's offers the only Master's degree program in art conservation in Canada. Your gifts to this fund support the Art Conservation program... (Learn More)
Your gifts to this fund support the Art Conservation program in running its day-to-day operations. Queen's offers the only Master's degree program in art conservation in Canada. (Learn More)
The Art Conservation Student Travel Endowment Fund
The Art Conservation Student Travel Endowment Fund
Assists Art Conservation students with their travel expenses for research and training. Assists Art Conservation students with their travel expenses... (Learn More)
Assists Art Conservation students with their travel expenses for research and training. (Learn More)
The Winifred Ross and Pierre du Prey Fund for Emerging Technolog...
The Winifred Ross and Pierre du Prey Fund for Emerging Technolog...
The Winifred Ross and Pierre du Prey Fund provides students and faculty with key computer and multi-media needs. The Winifred Ross and Pierre du Prey Fund provides students... (Learn More)
The Winifred Ross and Pierre du Prey Fund provides students and faculty with key computer and multi-media needs. (Learn More)
The Biology Department Trust Fund
The Biology Department Trust Fund
Gifts enhance teaching and research in the Department of Biology including TA positions, student field trips, and laboratory equipment enabling rapid responses to emerging opportunities. Gifts enhance teaching and research in the Department of Bio... (Learn More)
Gifts enhance teaching and research in the Department of Biology including TA positions, student field trips, and laboratory equipment enabling rapid responses to emerging opportunities. (Learn More)
The Biology Department Endowment Fund
The Biology Department Endowment Fund
Donations provide discretionary funds for the Head, Department of Biology to support new initiatives and build on existing teaching and research strengths. Donations provide discretionary funds for the Head, Departme... (Learn More)
Donations provide discretionary funds for the Head, Department of Biology to support new initiatives and build on existing teaching and research strengths. (Learn More)
The QUBS Endowment Fund
The QUBS Endowment Fund
Proceeds from the QUBS Endowment Fund support all facets of QUBS operations including teaching and student research and help ensure financial sustainability. Proceeds from the QUBS Endowment Fund support all facets of... (Learn More)
Proceeds from the QUBS Endowment Fund support all facets of QUBS operations including teaching and student research and help ensure financial sustainability. (Learn More)
Community Music
Community Music
Your support will enable us to offer more performance opportunities to our students, and expand our high quality programming further into the Kingston community. Your support will enable us to offer more performance opport... (Learn More)
Your support will enable us to offer more performance opportunities to our students, and expand our high quality programming further into the Kingston community. (Learn More)
The Queen's Community Music - Sistema Kingston Fund
The Queen's Community Music - Sistema Kingston Fund
After-school programs for at-risk children, aspiring for positive social change through pursuit of musical excellence, are making a difference with your support. After-school programs for at-risk children, aspiring for pos... (Learn More)
After-school programs for at-risk children, aspiring for positive social change through pursuit of musical excellence, are making a difference with your support. (Learn More)
The Gray Chair in Particle Astrophysics
The Gray Chair in Particle Astrophysics
Gifts to the Gray Chair Fund help support innovative particle astrophysics research and discovery at Queen's. Gifts to the Gray Chair Fund help support innovative particl... (Learn More)
Gifts to the Gray Chair Fund help support innovative particle astrophysics research and discovery at Queen's. (Learn More)
The Geoff Lockwood Memorial Summer Studentship
The Geoff Lockwood Memorial Summer Studentship
Established to provide funding for a researcher in the form of a grant, to be used exclusively to hire a summer student to conduct research in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astron ... Established to provide funding for a researcher in the form... (Learn More)
Established to provide funding for a researcher in the form of a grant, to be used exclusively to hire a summer student to conduct research in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astron ... (Learn More)
The Department of Physics
The Department of Physics
Gifts to this fund will support top priorities within the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics, and Astronomy and further enhance the quality of our teaching and research programmes. Gifts to this fund will support top priorities within the De... (Learn More)
Gifts to this fund will support top priorities within the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics, and Astronomy and further enhance the quality of our teaching and research programmes. (Learn More)
In Memory of Frank Lewis (1947-2018)
In Memory of Frank Lewis (1947-2018)
Give in memory of Frank Lewis to the QED Initiatives Trust Give in memory of Frank Lewis to the QED Initiatives Trust (Learn More)
Give in memory of Frank Lewis to the QED Initiatives Trust (Learn More)
The QED Initiatives Trust
The QED Initiatives Trust
(Formerly The Economics Trust Fund) This fund is used at the discretion of the Head of the Department for a wide array of undergraduate and graduate student initiatives and departmental needs. (Formerly The Economics Trust Fund) This fund is used at the... (Learn More)
(Formerly The Economics Trust Fund) This fund is used at the discretion of the Head of the Department for a wide array of undergraduate and graduate student initiatives and departmental needs. (Learn More)
The Joanne Page Lecture Fund
The Joanne Page Lecture Fund
Established as an independent endowed fund in 2015 in memory of Kingston writer Joanne Page, the Joanne Page Lectures Fund supports the costs associated with bringing distinguished Canadian writers to ... Established as an independent endowed fund in 2015 in memory... (Learn More)
Established as an independent endowed fund in 2015 in memory of Kingston writer Joanne Page, the Joanne Page Lectures Fund supports the costs associated with bringing distinguished Canadian writers to ... (Learn More)
The Writers' Fund
The Writers' Fund
The generosity of Alumni can help to maintain this program of readings, lectures and mentorships which contribute so much to the experience of our students. The generosity of Alumni can help to maintain this program o... (Learn More)
The generosity of Alumni can help to maintain this program of readings, lectures and mentorships which contribute so much to the experience of our students. (Learn More)
The G Whalley Visiting Professorship
The G Whalley Visiting Professorship
The Whalley Fund was established to honour a key figure in the history of the Department of English. The Whalley Fund was established to honour a key figure in t... (Learn More)
The Whalley Fund was established to honour a key figure in the history of the Department of English. (Learn More)
The Department of English Alumni Fund
The Department of English Alumni Fund
The Alumni Fund enables the Department of English to cultivate the intellectual and social life of its community in ways that would otherwise not be possible. The Alumni Fund enables the Department of English to cultiva... (Learn More)
The Alumni Fund enables the Department of English to cultivate the intellectual and social life of its community in ways that would otherwise not be possible. (Learn More)
The Gender Studies Gift Fund
The Gender Studies Gift Fund
This expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Head to support the operations of the Gender Studies Department including enhancing academic programs and/or research infrastructure. This expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Head t... (Learn More)
This expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Head to support the operations of the Gender Studies Department including enhancing academic programs and/or research infrastructure. (Learn More)
The Geography Field Trip/General Fund
The Geography Field Trip/General Fund
At the discretion of the Head, Department of Geography and Planning, these funds are made available to students to provide cost reduction for field trips which are truly essential to the undergraduate ... At the discretion of the Head, Department of Geography and P... (Learn More)
At the discretion of the Head, Department of Geography and Planning, these funds are made available to students to provide cost reduction for field trips which are truly essential to the undergraduate ... (Learn More)
The Geography Equipment Fund
The Geography Equipment Fund
At the discretion of the Head, Department of Geography and Planning, these funds provide and maintain specialized equipment that is fundamental to the dynamic and innovative, research-based undergradu ... At the discretion of the Head, Department of Geography and P... (Learn More)
At the discretion of the Head, Department of Geography and Planning, these funds provide and maintain specialized equipment that is fundamental to the dynamic and innovative, research-based undergradu ... (Learn More)
The School of Urban and Regional Planning Trust Fund
The School of Urban and Regional Planning Trust Fund
The expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Director to enhance academic programs, field trips, international initiatives,guest lectures, professional liaison, teaching and research infrastru ... The expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Directo... (Learn More)
The expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Director to enhance academic programs, field trips, international initiatives,guest lectures, professional liaison, teaching and research infrastru ... (Learn More)
The Sue Hendler Graduate Fellowship
The Sue Hendler Graduate Fellowship
Established by the Estate of Sue Hendler. Awarded to funding-eligible graduate students enrolled in Urban and Regional Planning in the School of Graduate Studies who are working on planning ethics or ... Established by the Estate of Sue Hendler. Awarded to funding... (Learn More)
Established by the Estate of Sue Hendler. Awarded to funding-eligible graduate students enrolled in Urban and Regional Planning in the School of Graduate Studies who are working on planning ethics or ... (Learn More)
The School of Urban and Regional Planning Bursary
The School of Urban and Regional Planning Bursary
Established from donations and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the School of Urban and Regional Planning. Established from donations and awarded on the basis of finan... (Learn More)
Established from donations and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the School of Urban and Regional Planning. (Learn More)
The Geology Teaching Assistant Fund
The Geology Teaching Assistant Fund
Your donation provides funding to hire Teaching Assistants to ensure a high-quality learning environment. Your donation provides funding to hire Teaching Assistants t... (Learn More)
Your donation provides funding to hire Teaching Assistants to ensure a high-quality learning environment. (Learn More)
The T. Kurt Kyser Memorial Scholarship Fund
The T. Kurt Kyser Memorial Scholarship Fund
In loving memory of Kurt and his deep commitment to education and Queen's University, the T. Kurt Kyser Memorial Scholarship Fund has been established. In loving memory of Kurt and his deep commitment to educatio... (Learn More)
In loving memory of Kurt and his deep commitment to education and Queen's University, the T. Kurt Kyser Memorial Scholarship Fund has been established. (Learn More)
The Geological Field Studies Program
The Geological Field Studies Program
Help our students make the most of their experience at Queen's and use the earth as their classroom! Help our students make the most of their experience at Queen... (Learn More)
Help our students make the most of their experience at Queen's and use the earth as their classroom! (Learn More)
The Geology Trust Fund
The Geology Trust Fund
Support the departments greatest needs by making your gift to the Trust Fund Support the departments greatest needs by making your gift t... (Learn More)
Support the departments greatest needs by making your gift to the Trust Fund (Learn More)
The Global Development Studies Trust Fund
The Global Development Studies Trust Fund
A long-term investment for unspecified contingencies. Within this fund several ongoing projects will also be housed to support specific research projects linked to faculty members and their research n ... A long-term investment for unspecified contingencies. Within... (Learn More)
A long-term investment for unspecified contingencies. Within this fund several ongoing projects will also be housed to support specific research projects linked to faculty members and their research n ... (Learn More)
The Student Overseas Travel Fund
The Student Overseas Travel Fund
Through this program, hundreds of Queen's students have had the opportunity to learn, question and broaden their horizons by visiting Havana. This fund supports student costs associated with internati ... Through this program, hundreds of Queen's students have had... (Learn More)
Through this program, hundreds of Queen's students have had the opportunity to learn, question and broaden their horizons by visiting Havana. This fund supports student costs associated with internati ... (Learn More)
The Department of History
The Department of History
This fund is used at the discretion of the Department Head to enhance academic programs and/or research infrastructure in the History Department. This fund is used at the discretion of the Department Head t... (Learn More)
This fund is used at the discretion of the Department Head to enhance academic programs and/or research infrastructure in the History Department. (Learn More)
The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures Trust
The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures Trust
Gifts will be used to support student enrichment activities such as studying abroad, invitation of visiting scholars, and special course offerings. Gifts will be used to support student enrichment activities... (Learn More)
Gifts will be used to support student enrichment activities such as studying abroad, invitation of visiting scholars, and special course offerings. (Learn More)
The Math Department Trust Fund
The Math Department Trust Fund
Your gift will be used to support activities which enhance the learning experience of our students such as undergraduate conference travel, peer-to-peer tutoring, math club programming, invited lectur ... Your gift will be used to support activities which enhance t... (Learn More)
Your gift will be used to support activities which enhance the learning experience of our students such as undergraduate conference travel, peer-to-peer tutoring, math club programming, invited lectur ... (Learn More)
The Peter Taylor Math Camp Fund
The Peter Taylor Math Camp Fund
Math Quest is a summer camp for high school girls that focuses on problem solving. Our hands-on sessions lead by female mathematicians, physicists and statisticians are designed to engage young women. Math Quest is a summer camp for high school girls that focus... (Learn More)
Math Quest is a summer camp for high school girls that focuses on problem solving. Our hands-on sessions lead by female mathematicians, physicists and statisticians are designed to engage young women. (Learn More)
The Coleman Research Fellows
The Coleman Research Fellows
Established to support the Coleman Research Fellows postdoctoral programme within the Math & Stats Department. Postdoctoral Fellows are integral to our programme, both as researchers with new idea ... Established to support the Coleman Research Fellows postdoct... (Learn More)
Established to support the Coleman Research Fellows postdoctoral programme within the Math & Stats Department. Postdoctoral Fellows are integral to our programme, both as researchers with new idea ... (Learn More)
The C G Prado Prize in Philosophy
The C G Prado Prize in Philosophy
Established in honour of Carlos G. Prado, Ph.D. 1970. Awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Philosophy who submits an outstanding doctoral thesis. Established in honour of Carlos G. Prado, Ph.D. 1970. Awarde... (Learn More)
Established in honour of Carlos G. Prado, Ph.D. 1970. Awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Philosophy who submits an outstanding doctoral thesis. (Learn More)
the Department of Philosophy
the Department of Philosophy
Students are changing the world one project at a time. But they can't do it without you. Students are changing the world one project at a time. But t... (Learn More)
Students are changing the world one project at a time. But they can't do it without you. (Learn More)
The John Meisel Scholar Series in Contemporary Political Controv...
The John Meisel Scholar Series in Contemporary Political Controv...
This fund was created to support the annual John Meisel Lecture in Contemporary Political Controversies, established in 2017 in honour of professor emeritus, John Meisel. This fund was created to support the annual John Meisel Lect... (Learn More)
This fund was created to support the annual John Meisel Lecture in Contemporary Political Controversies, established in 2017 in honour of professor emeritus, John Meisel. (Learn More)
Commemorating C.E.S. (Ned) Franks
Commemorating C.E.S. (Ned) Franks
Established in memory of professor emeritus C.E.S. (Ned) Franks, this initiative will join with The Political Studies Trust Fund to support students and enhance programs and infrastructure in the depa ... Established in memory of professor emeritus C.E.S. (Ned) Fra... (Learn More)
Established in memory of professor emeritus C.E.S. (Ned) Franks, this initiative will join with The Political Studies Trust Fund to support students and enhance programs and infrastructure in the depa ... (Learn More)
The Political Studies Trust Fund
The Political Studies Trust Fund
This expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Department Head to support students and enhance programs and infrastructure in the Department of Political Studies. This expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Depart... (Learn More)
This expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Department Head to support students and enhance programs and infrastructure in the Department of Political Studies. (Learn More)
Centre for Studies on Democracy and Diversity Fund
Centre for Studies on Democracy and Diversity Fund
Established to support the priorities of the Centre for the Study of Democracy and Diversity, including operations, research, conferences, fellowships, scholarships, awards and bursaries. Established to support the priorities of the Centre for the... (Learn More)
Established to support the priorities of the Centre for the Study of Democracy and Diversity, including operations, research, conferences, fellowships, scholarships, awards and bursaries. (Learn More)
The Class of Political Studies 2002 Speakers Series
The Class of Political Studies 2002 Speakers Series
This fund was created by the Class of 2002 to enhance students’ experiences within the department by providing financial support for guest lectures and special topic courses. This fund was created by the Class of 2002 to enhance studen... (Learn More)
This fund was created by the Class of 2002 to enhance students’ experiences within the department by providing financial support for guest lectures and special topic courses. (Learn More)
Dr. Kevin Parker
Dr. Kevin Parker
Established in memory of Dr. Kevin Parker to support the Queen's University psychology clinic and/or students working at the clinic. Established in memory of Dr. Kevin Parker to support the Que... (Learn More)
Established in memory of Dr. Kevin Parker to support the Queen's University psychology clinic and/or students working at the clinic. (Learn More)
The Psychology Clinic at Queen's Bursary Program
The Psychology Clinic at Queen's Bursary Program
Support pro bono psychological services to children who would not otherwise qualify. Support pro bono psychological services to children who woul... (Learn More)
Support pro bono psychological services to children who would not otherwise qualify. (Learn More)
The Psychology Clinic Trust Fund
The Psychology Clinic Trust Fund
Established to support the operations and programming of the Queen's University Psychology Clinic to enhance clinical training of graduate students in Clinical Psychology. Established to support the operations and programming of the... (Learn More)
Established to support the operations and programming of the Queen's University Psychology Clinic to enhance clinical training of graduate students in Clinical Psychology. (Learn More)
The Department of Psychology Trust Fund
The Department of Psychology Trust Fund
Gifts to the trust fund enhance academic programs in the Department of Psychology by providing support for a wide array of Undergraduate and Graduate student initiatives. Gifts to the trust fund enhance academic programs in the Dep... (Learn More)
Gifts to the trust fund enhance academic programs in the Department of Psychology by providing support for a wide array of Undergraduate and Graduate student initiatives. (Learn More)
The School of Computing Fund
The School of Computing Fund
Your gift will help the Queen's School of Computing maintain the highest standards of excellence in accomplishing its mission of education, research and service. Your gift will help the Queen's School of Computing maintain... (Learn More)
Your gift will help the Queen's School of Computing maintain the highest standards of excellence in accomplishing its mission of education, research and service. (Learn More)
The School of Environmental Studies Enhancement Fund
The School of Environmental Studies Enhancement Fund
At the discretion of the Director, gifts to this fund will be used to support initiatives that promote and enhance the School of Environmental Studies including: special lectures, undergraduate teachi ... At the discretion of the Director, gifts to this fund will b... (Learn More)
At the discretion of the Director, gifts to this fund will be used to support initiatives that promote and enhance the School of Environmental Studies including: special lectures, undergraduate teachi ... (Learn More)
The SKHS Student Resource Fund
The SKHS Student Resource Fund
Established to provide annual discretionary support for the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies. Established to provide annual discretionary support for the... (Learn More)
Established to provide annual discretionary support for the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies. (Learn More)
Revved Up Lab Trust Fund
Revved Up Lab Trust Fund
Revved Up provides an adapted exercise program service that promotes physical activity for those with mobility impairments, developmental disabilities and/or cancer. ​ Revved Up provides an adapted exercise program service that... (Learn More)
Revved Up provides an adapted exercise program service that promotes physical activity for those with mobility impairments, developmental disabilities and/or cancer. ​ (Learn More)
The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts State-of-the-Art...
The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts State-of-the-Art...
The State-of-the-Art Fund will ensure that the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts has the highest quality equipment and technology for learning, presentations, and performances. The State-of-the-Art Fund will ensure that the Isabel Bader... (Learn More)
The State-of-the-Art Fund will ensure that the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts has the highest quality equipment and technology for learning, presentations, and performances. (Learn More)
The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts - Seat Campaign
The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts - Seat Campaign
Become a permanent part of our performance hall. Become a permanent part of our performance hall. (Learn More)
Become a permanent part of our performance hall. (Learn More)
The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts Integrated Learn...
The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts Integrated Learn...
The Integrated Learning Fund will support exciting academic projects, enhance the interdisciplinary activities between the four creative arts departments, and provide innovative programming for except ... The Integrated Learning Fund will support exciting academic... (Learn More)
The Integrated Learning Fund will support exciting academic projects, enhance the interdisciplinary activities between the four creative arts departments, and provide innovative programming for except ... (Learn More)
The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts Concert Series F...
The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts Concert Series F...
Make extraordinary concert experiences happen. Support the Concert Series Fund to help attract the best artists in the world to perform at The Isabel. Make extraordinary concert experiences happen. Support the C... (Learn More)
Make extraordinary concert experiences happen. Support the Concert Series Fund to help attract the best artists in the world to perform at The Isabel. (Learn More)
Artsci'08
Artsci'08
We encourage all Artsci’08 alumni to give to the Dean’s Student Initiative Fund in recognition of the 10th Anniversary of our graduation from Queen’s. We encourage all Artsci’08 alumni to give to the Dean&... (Learn More)
We encourage all Artsci’08 alumni to give to the Dean’s Student Initiative Fund in recognition of the 10th Anniversary of our graduation from Queen’s. (Learn More)
Artsci 1998
Artsci 1998
In recognition of our 20th Reunion, please consider contributing to our class fund. In recognition of our 20th Reunion, please consider contribu... (Learn More)
In recognition of our 20th Reunion, please consider contributing to our class fund. (Learn More)
Artsci 1973
Artsci 1973
Support the Artsci' 73 class initiative in honour of their 45th anniversary. Support the Artsci' 73 class initiative in honour of their 4... (Learn More)
Support the Artsci' 73 class initiative in honour of their 45th anniversary. (Learn More)
The ArtSci 1993 Undergraduate Bursary
The ArtSci 1993 Undergraduate Bursary
Established by the Class of Arts & Science 1993. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students who self identify as First Nations, Metis, Inuit, or as members of the African and Caribbean Stu ... Established by the Class of Arts & Science 1993. Awarded... (Learn More)
Established by the Class of Arts & Science 1993. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students who self identify as First Nations, Metis, Inuit, or as members of the African and Caribbean Stu ... (Learn More)
Class of Biology 1975
Class of Biology 1975
In celebration of our 40th reunion the Class of Bio'75 is raising funds in support of the Queen's Biological Research Station (QUBS). In celebration of our 40th reunion the Class of Bio'75 is ra... (Learn More)
In celebration of our 40th reunion the Class of Bio'75 is raising funds in support of the Queen's Biological Research Station (QUBS). (Learn More)
The QUBS Land Trust
The QUBS Land Trust
The QUBS Land Trust was created to engage in active stewardship of our conservation land holdings, and to help purchase key properties for the field station as they come available. The QUBS Land Trust was created to engage in active stewards... (Learn More)
The QUBS Land Trust was created to engage in active stewardship of our conservation land holdings, and to help purchase key properties for the field station as they come available. (Learn More)
The QUBS Community Outreach Fund
The QUBS Community Outreach Fund
Support environmental education initiatives and community outreach, and help enhance programming and facilities at QUBS and the Elbow Lake Environmental Education Centre. Support environmental education initiatives and community ou... (Learn More)
Support environmental education initiatives and community outreach, and help enhance programming and facilities at QUBS and the Elbow Lake Environmental Education Centre. (Learn More)
The Barbara Pearson Memorial Prize
The Barbara Pearson Memorial Prize
Established in memory of Barbara Cynthia Pearson. Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of French Studies to a graduating student in the major, medial or Language and Linguistics program (co ... Established in memory of Barbara Cynthia Pearson. Awarded on... (Learn More)
Established in memory of Barbara Cynthia Pearson. Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of French Studies to a graduating student in the major, medial or Language and Linguistics program (co ... (Learn More)
The Ruby Cordy Award
The Ruby Cordy Award
Established in April 2002 by Ruby Cordy, B.A. '34, M.A. '42. Awarded to a full-time fourth year student completing a B.A. (Honours) program with a medial or major concentration in French Studies. Established in April 2002 by Ruby Cordy, B.A. '34, M.A. '42.... (Learn More)
Established in April 2002 by Ruby Cordy, B.A. '34, M.A. '42. Awarded to a full-time fourth year student completing a B.A. (Honours) program with a medial or major concentration in French Studies. (Learn More)
Colette Tonge Bursary
Colette Tonge Bursary
Established in honour of Professor Colette Tonge on the occasion of her retirement on June 30, 1991. Awarded to a student(s) entering third year to assist in defraying expenses associated with studyin ... Established in honour of Professor Colette Tonge on the occa... (Learn More)
Established in honour of Professor Colette Tonge on the occasion of her retirement on June 30, 1991. Awarded to a student(s) entering third year to assist in defraying expenses associated with studyin ... (Learn More)
The Francophone Centre Fund
The Francophone Centre Fund
Gifts will be used, at the discretion of the Head of the Department of French Studies, and Director of the Francophone Centre, to help expand services and courses offering. Gifts will be used, at the discretion of the Head of the Dep... (Learn More)
Gifts will be used, at the discretion of the Head of the Department of French Studies, and Director of the Francophone Centre, to help expand services and courses offering. (Learn More)
The Isabel String Quartet
The Isabel String Quartet
This fund will support operations and promotional activities for the Isabel String Quartet concert program. This fund will support operations and promotional activities... (Learn More)
This fund will support operations and promotional activities for the Isabel String Quartet concert program. (Learn More)
The Drama Trust Fund
The Drama Trust Fund
Be a part of something special: your gift will support larger productions and events including artists' visits and guest lecturers. Be a part of something special: your gift will support large... (Learn More)
Be a part of something special: your gift will support larger productions and events including artists' visits and guest lecturers. (Learn More)
The Drama Fund
The Drama Fund
This fund helps provide essential classroom and production equipment to enhance the student learning experience. This fund helps provide essential classroom and production e... (Learn More)
This fund helps provide essential classroom and production equipment to enhance the student learning experience. (Learn More)
The School of Music Fundraiser
The School of Music Fundraiser
Join us in helping the music program offer our talented students a wonderful educational experience. Funds from this account support special courses, make purchases not covered in our operating budget ... Join us in helping the music program offer our talented stud... (Learn More)
Join us in helping the music program offer our talented students a wonderful educational experience. Funds from this account support special courses, make purchases not covered in our operating budget ... (Learn More)
The Director of Jewish Studies Fund
The Director of Jewish Studies Fund
To promote the Jewish Studies Program and provide leadership. To promote the Jewish Studies Program and provide leadership... (Learn More)
To promote the Jewish Studies Program and provide leadership. (Learn More)
the Jewish Studies Fund
the Jewish Studies Fund
​Established to broaden the Jewish Studies Program. ​Established to broaden the Jewish Studies Program. (Learn More)
​Established to broaden the Jewish Studies Program. (Learn More)
The Faculty of Arts and Science Student Health and Wellness Fund
The Faculty of Arts and Science Student Health and Wellness Fund
Established in support of student health and wellness initiatives within the Faculty of Arts and Science. Established in support of student health and wellness initia... (Learn More)
Established in support of student health and wellness initiatives within the Faculty of Arts and Science. (Learn More)
The Arts and Science International Fund
The Arts and Science International Fund
Your gift will enable enhance international programming here at Queen's. Your gift will enable enhance international programming here... (Learn More)
Your gift will enable enhance international programming here at Queen's. (Learn More)

Giving Opportunities

Funds

the Ardal Scholarship in Philosophy
Awarded annually to the student in the second-year Moral Philosophy course who is deemed by the Department to be the most deserving provided he or she has first-class standing in the course. The Prize is a medal struck in honour of Professor Pall Ardal.
the Art Conservation Student Travel Endowment Fund
Established to assist Art Conservation students with their travel expenses related to their research and training.
the Art Conservation Trust Fund
To assist various aspects of the Art Conservation Program which require special funding such as national/international guest speakers, workshops conducted by highly skilled professionals, and new conservation equipment for laboratories.
the Department of Art
Projects to benefit the Department of Art. The specific use of the interest will be determined annually by a committee of the head and one representative of each program in the Department.
the A Z Arthur Book Prize
Established by family, colleagues, students, and friends in memory of Arthur Z. Arthur, Professor of Psychology at Queen's. Awarded to the top two students who have the highest standing in the M.A. Clinical Program in the Department of Psychology.
the Arts '49 Principal Wallace Fellowship
Established by members of the Class of Arts '49 and friends in memory of Dr. Robert Charles Wallace, former Principal of Queen's University. Awarded to a deserving student in a graduate program in Arts & Science, Policy Studies or Urban Planning.
the Arts 1951 Robert Wallace Memorial Award
Established by members of the class of Arts & Science 1951 in memory of Principal Robert Wallace, LL.D 1930. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in any year or program of studies in the Faculty of Arts & Science.
the Arts, Commerce, PHE 1965 Admission Bursary
Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science or first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Visiting Artist - Stage and Screen Studies
Established to fund a visiting artist program in Stage and Screen Studies. The STSC Special Field Concentration is unique and strongly supported by field professionals. It is intended to complement and augment the undergraduate programs in Drama and Film.
the Harry Abramsky Prize in Hebrew
Established by Mr. Harry Abramsky and awarded to a student who obtains high standing in HEBR 191.
the Abramsky Prize in Physiology
Awarded to the student entering the fourth year of the honours B.Sc. Program in Life Sciences with a concentration in Physiology, who, on the basis of performance in physiology course work to date, is judged by the Department to be the most worthy.
the Harry and Ethel Abramsky Award in Music
Established by the family of Harry and Ethel Abramsky. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the fourth year of the Bachelor of Music or B.A. (Honours) Music program.
the Dean's Admission Scholarship for Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Established by the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to students entering first year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
The Dean's Admission Scholarship for Bachelor of Science (Honours)
Established by the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to students entering first year of a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Violet Head Fellowship
Awarded on the basis of merit and need to the female Ontario resident with the highest standing in the Clinical MA program, who is proceeding to a doctoral degree in Clinical Psych at Queen's or another esteemed university in NA, GB or Continental Europe.
the Alfred Bader Scholarship in Chemistry
Established by Alfred Bader and awarded to a student in the Faculty of Arts and Science or in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science who has registered in the fourth year and obtained the highest grade in CHEM 311* or 345*.
the Kathryn Aleong Bursary in Geography
Established by Kathryn Aleong, B.A. (Hons) 1981, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students enrolled in second, third or fourth year of an honours degree in Geography in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Elias Andrews Lectureship in Science and Religion
Established in honour of Elias Andrews (Principal of Queen's Theological College, 1955-1970). The Lectureship is intended to support the costs associated with bringing eminent academics in the field of science and religion to Queen's University campus.
the Mitchell and Wilda Andriesky Award
Established by Mitchell Andriesky, Arts '53, and Wilda Andriesky, Arts '59, M.A. '61. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to graduate students in the Dept. of Psychology with preference to a student in clinical psychology.
the Istvan and Beate Anhalt Entrance Scholarship
Awarded on the recommendation of the Dan School of Drama and Music to students entering 1st year of a Bachelor of Music program who show promise in either composition or performance. If there are no eligible candidates, then upper-years can be considered.
the Doug Bellinger Scholarship in Biomedical Computing
Established in May 2003 by Doug Bellinger, B.Sc.(Electrical Engineering) 1988. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering fourth year with a subject of specialization in Biomedical Computing in the School of Computing.
the William C Brown Research Fund
Established to provide annual investment income to be used by the Queen's University Biological Station for research in the environment, allowing the QUBS to build on existing strength by supporting research in ecology and conservation biology.
the Chemistry Research Seminars
Established to support the costs associated with an annual Chemistry Departmental Seminars, bringing outstanding national and international speakers from academia, government, and industry related to Queen's University.
the Dean of Arts Trust Fund
Gifts to this fund will be used at the discretion of the Dean of Arts & Science for a number of purposes including, but not limited to, providing learning beyond the classroom and fostering links with donors, industry and the community.
the Global Development Studies Trust Fund
A long-term investment for unspecified contingencies. Within this fund several ongoing projects will also be housed to support specific research projects linked to faculty members and their research networks.
the EMS Technologies Scholarship
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a third-year student registered in the School of Computing in a Software Design subject of specialization degree program. The recipient will also be offered a summer job with E.M.S. Technologies Inc.
the Arts and Science Innovative Learning Fund
The "broader learning environment" at Queen's requires that our learning spaces, equipment, technology, speakers and lecture series, and field study programs remain relevant and enriching for our students. Enhancements move forward with your support.
the James W S Jamieson Scholarship
Established by the estate of James W.S. Jamieson for graduate studies in the Department of English. Awarded to an outstanding student specializing in Canadian literature.
the Jewish Studies Program
Established in support of the Jewish Studies Program at Queen's University, the funds will be used to broaden the Jewish Studies Program by reinforcing existing courses and developing new ones.
the Arts Management Award
Awarded for academic achievement and interest in Arts Management to students in 3rd or 4th year of a major, minor, medial in Drama who have completed Commerce courses or a 3rd or 4th year student in a Commerce program who has completed courses in Drama.
the Norman Miller Assistantships in Mathematics Education
Established to provide opportunities for third or fourth year undergraduates who are in the concurrent education program or who intend to pursue B.Ed. studies after their undergraduate degree, and who have a major or medial concentration in mathematics.
the Edythe Zacks Millman Prize in the Performing Arts
Established by Edythe Zacks Millman, BA'39, a member of various theatrical organizations. Awarded on the recommendation of the Director of the Dan School of Drama and Music to a graduating student for extraordinary achievement in the area of performance.
the Department of Philosophy
Gifts to this fund can be used to support initiatives that enhance the life of the Department of Philosophy and the learning experiences of our students.
the James H Rattray Memorial Scholarships in Science
Established by Major James H. Rattray, M.C. Awarded annually to students entering the second, third or fourth year of a Bachelor of Science (Honours) program.
the Dean's Endowed Admission Scholarship for Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Established by the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to students entering first year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Arts and Science International Fund
Each year, Arts and Science students experience the world through 165 programs in more than 40 countries. Your gift will enable our students to participate in these programs and enhance international programming here at Queen's.
the Faculty of Arts and Science Teaching Assistant Fund
Your gift will help provide teaching experience and financial assistance for our more than 1,000 graduate and 200 undergraduate students who work as tutorial assistants, sharing knowledge and skills with their undergraduate peers.
the Frances K Smith Scholarship in Art History
Established by Frances K. Smith, BA'56. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering fourth year with a concentration in Art History in a B.A.(Hons.) program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the George and Mary Turnbull Foundation Award
Awarded on the basis of need, academic achievement and extra-curricular activities to a second, third, or fourth year student in any program. Preference to students studying in the areas of either english, history, politics, biology or marine biology.
the John and Elizabeth Murray Award
Established by John Murray, B.Sc. 1963, Ph.D. 1967, and Elizabeth Murray. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in second, third, or fourth year of a degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Danielle Polk Memorial Award
Established in memory of Danielle Polk, BPHE'99. Awarded to a student in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies who is entering fourth year, on the basis of solid academic record, enthusiasm for life and the outdoors, and love of humanity.
the Julian Szeicz Memorial Award
Established in memory of Julian Szeicz. Awarded annually to a graduating honours student in Geography, on the basis of academic excellence, who has applied to a graduate program in a field of environmental studies for the following academic session.
the Alfred and Isabel Bader Chair in Northern Baroque Art
Established by Alfred and Isabel Bader for the implementation of this Chair in the Department of Art to ensure that teaching and research in this field will not only continue at a high level but will also be significantly strengthened.
the Alfred Bader Graduate Fellowship in the Humanities
Established by Dr. Alfred Bader and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to Ph.D. level students enrolled in a graduate program in the Humanities.
the Alfred Bader Graduate Fellowship
Established by Dr. Alfred Bader and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to Ph.D. level student enrolled in a graduate program in Arts and Science, to undertake studies in history related to 20th century Europe.
the Alfred and Isabel Bader Chair in Southern Baroque Art
Established by Alfred and Isabel Bader for the implementation of this Chair in the Department of Art to ensure that teaching and research in this field will not only continue at a high level but will also be significantly strengthened.
the Fred Lamble Bartlett Memorial Award
Established in memory of Fred Lamble Bartlett, awarded to students entering fourth year of the BPHE program, the BSc (Honours) Kinesiology program or the Health Studies program, who best demonstrate a good academic record, integrity and leadership.
the Bartlett Family Fund for the Humanities
Established to promote excellence in the Humanities by providing key assistance in selected areas. Funds are directed to support projects that are to have a tangible impact beyond the fiscal year in which they are expended, not for operating cost support.
the Helen A Howard Bassoon Scholarship in the School of Music
Established by Helen A. Howard, BA'48, and awarded for academic merit to first year students of the Bachelor of Music degree program whose principal instrument is bassoon. May be granted to upper year bassoon players if there are no suitable first years.
the John W Bell and Janet S Bell Memorial Scholarship
Established by the Estate of John Bell, PhD'72, in memory of John W. Bell and Janet S. Bell. Awarded to students entering third or fourth year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program with a concentration in English.
the Rosalind E. Bell Admission Scholarship
Established by Rosalind E. Vanderhoof (nee Bell), B.A. (Hons) 1981, MPA 1983, and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to students entering first year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Shirley Bell Award
Established from the estate of Shirley Bell and donations from her husband, Eric C. Bell, awarded on the basis of need and academic merit to a student concentrating in Mathematics and Statistics or in the Math and Engineering program.
the Alfred Bader Prize in Jewish Studies
Established by Alfred Bader and awarded on the basis of academic distinction in a Jewish Studies cognate course.
the Bader Post-doctoral Fellowship in Jewish Studies
Established by Alfred and Isabel Bader to provide support for teaching courses, and post-doctoral research in the Jewish Studies at Queen's University.
the Bader Rembrandt Art Symposium Fund
Established by Alfred and Isabel Bader to allow the Department of Art to create a symposium/conference series on the art of Rembrandt and his circle at Queen's University's Bader International Study Centre.
the A Charles Baillie Environmental Studies Scholarship
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering fourth year of any undergraduate degree program in the School of Environmental Studies. Preference will be given to students pursuing research in arctic or environmental research.
the Dr. Michael Baird Lecture Series
Established to support the costs associated with bringing eminent academics or chemists to Queen's University campus. These funds will be used to cover expenses related to the lecture or event, honoraria and/or speaking fees.
the Jal F Bamji Memorial Bursary
Established by Dr. P.J. Bamji in memory of his father, Jal F. Bamji, and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student in the School of Computing.
the Viloo J Bamji Memorial Bursary in Music
Established by Dr. P.J. Bamji in memory of his mother, Viloo J. Bamji, and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student in the Dan School of Drama and Music.
the Arts '50 Scholarship
Established by the Class of Arts '50. Awarded to a student entering final year in the Faculty of Arts and Science who has made a personal contribution to the life of the University and maintained a GPA of at least 2.0 on the work of his or her program.
the Arts '73 Bursary
Established by the class of Arts 1973. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a full-time student in any year in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Arts '78 Bursary
Established by the class of Arts '78 and awarded on the basis of financial need to second, third, or fourth year students registered in any program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Class of '94 Single Parent Undergraduate Bursary
Established by the Class of '94 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student who is a single parent registered in a degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the ArtSci '03 Award in memory of Eileen Krieger
Established by the class of Arts & Science 2003 in memory of Eileen Krieger. Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and extra-curricular involvement to upper year students in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Arts and Science 1972 Bursary
Established by the class of Arts '72 and awarded on the basis of financial need to upper year students in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the William Angus Award in Drama
Established in honour of Dr. William Angus. Awarded to the student who has made the most significant contribution during year to Drama at Queen's.
the Faculty of Arts and Science Graduate Recruitment Fund
Created by the Faculty of Arts and Science to enhance Masters and PhD funding packages for incoming and current graduate students with a goal of increasing enrolment targets and enhancing the profile of graduate programming at Queen's University.
the Queen's University Biological Station Land Trust
Gifts to this fund are used for land acquisition and stewardship for the Queen's University Biological Station
the ASUS Membership Bursary
Established in March 2015 by the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) members.
the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society Scholarships
Established by the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and extracurricular activities to students in their fourth year of studies in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Alliance Atlantis Professorship in Film Studies
Established by Alliance Atlantis Communications and its predecessor, Atlantis Films, co-founded by Michael MacMillan, Seaton McLean and Janice Platt. To fund a half-position in the Department of Film Studies.
the Royal Canadian Air Force WWII Award
Established by George Spicer Atkins, Arts'49, to honour volunteer airmen who died while serving with the RCAF during WW II, and to honour those who served and survived combat. Awarded to an Arts and Science student in the basis of need and academic merit.
the Patsy and Jamie Anderson Student Initiatives Fund
Established by Patricia Anderson, BA 1975, and R. James Anderson, to support students in the Faculty of Arts and Science, who participate in competitions, symposia, conferences, community development projects and the publication of scholarly work.
the Betty Jean & John M Bankes National Entrance Awards in the Faculty of Arts & Science
Awarded on the basis of need and academic achievement to students entering any first year Arts and Science program. Preference to students who have participated in extra-curricular activities or who have individual accomplishments in the arts, sport, etc.
the Allen-Bracken Award
Established by Margaret Bracken BA'97 in memory of Ethel Allen and Lena Beryl Bracken. Awarded on the basis of need and academic merit to a student entering the fourth year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program with a concentration in Religious Studies.
the Patrick & Jean Brady Award
Established in 2002 by a bequest from the estate of Margaret Jean Brady, BA'42, and from donations from the family. Awarded on the basis of need and academic achievement to students in the Faculty of Arts and Science who are majoring in English.
the Ruby Cordy Award
Established by Ruby Cormier, BA'34, MA'42. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need to a full-time fourth year student completing a B.A.(Honours) program with a medial or major concentration in French Studies.
the Nathan Richard Cowan Memorial Award
Established in 2002 in memory of Nathan Cowan BSc., BA 2002. Awarded on the basis of financial need to upper-year student athletes enrolled in the Faculty of Applied Science or the Department of Economics. Preference given to a member of the Sailing Team.
the Campbell Memorial Bursaries
Established by the children of Milton Neil Campbell and Hazel May Campbell (Dixon). Awarded on the basis of financial need to students who have completed at least one year of studies at Queen's University.
the L. Lorne Campbell Lectureship
Established to support the costs associated with bringing eminent academics and professionals in the fields of Mathematics and Statistics to Queen's University.
the Gordon Canning Award in Mathematics
Established by Gordon Canning, B.Sc. (Hons) 1965, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students enrolled in second, third or fourth year of an honours degree in Mathematics in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Arts and Science Class of 1967 Admission Bursary
Awarded on the basis of financial need to students entering first year of an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science. If the endowment minimum is not reached in 5 years, gifts will be directed to Dean's Entrance Bursaries.
Queen's School of Computing 50th Anniversary Commemorative Scholarship
In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Queen's School of Computing, your donation will contribute to the establishment of a new upper-year scholarship. If funding minimums are not met, all donations will be directed to The School of Computing Fund.
the Hodgson Learning Centre Fund
Students, alumni, staff and faculty from the Department of Geology wish to establish a learning center that will create a space for discussion and innovation for students, as well as a space for cataloguing and preserving key collections.
the T. Kurt Kyser Memorial Scholarship
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student studying Geological Sciences at Queen's University. If fund minimums are not met, we will redirect your gift to the Geology Trust Fund.
the Daniel R. Woolf Legacy Fund
Established to celebrate the legacy of Principal Daniel R. Woolf in support of a named Professorship or alternatively a Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Humanities, to be unveiled at a later date.
the Margaret Farr Chamber of Music Trust
Established by Margaret Farr for the purpose of stimulating the performance of chamber music at Queen's University and in the Kingston community by supporting chamber concerts organized by the Dan School of Drama and Music.
the Dr Su-Wen Chang Bursary
Established by Dr. Su-Wen Chang, B.Sc.(Hons.) 1998. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in a Biochemistry program, with preference given to students in the Bachelor (Honours) Biochemistry subject of specialization program.
the Dr Su-Wen Chang Entrance Scholarship
Established by Dr. Su-Wen Chang, BScH'98, awarded on the basis of academic merit to an entering first year student with preference given to Arts and Science students who graduated from Sir John A. Macdonald Collegiate Institute in Agincourt, Ontario.
the Professor Chau Wai-yin Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Professor Wai Chau to provide financial support to undergraduate students who wish to attend conferences and workshops related to Physics.
the 1960's Chemistry Class Fund
Funds will be used at the discretion of the Head, Department of Chemistry to offset expenditures for student programming that will provide beneficial leadership experience, research support, and professional development for Chemistry graduate students.
the Chemistry Graduate Gift Fund
Gifts support graduate student research in the Chemistry department through thesis awards, research awards, travel awards for graduate student attendance at national/international conferences, and other graduate student research initiatives.
the Chemistry Teaching and Research Equipment Fund
Established to provide access to state-of-the-art research and teaching instrumentation in the Department of Chemistry.
the Chemistry Undergraduate Gift Fund
Established to support research by undergraduate students in Chemistry. Funds will provide opportunities for undergraduate students to undertake chemical research and to provide travel awards for undergraduate conference attendance.
the Chemistry Teaching and Research Equipment Fund
Established to provide access to state-of-the-art research and teaching instrumentation in the Department of Chemistry.
the Chemistry Teaching Awards
An expendable fund used to disperse annual Teaching Awards for Excellence in Teaching the Department of Chemistry.
the Chemistry Gift Trust Fund
This expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Head of the Chemistry Department to enhance academic programs and/or research infrastructure.
the Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Endowment Fund
The Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Endowment Fund was established to support ongoing funding for undergraduate student research, laboratory equipment and classroom infrastructure.
the Chinese Trust Fund
Established to support the Chinese Language Programme at Queen's University.
the David T Canvin Prize in Plant Physiology
Established in honour of David T. Canvin. Awarded to the student with the highest academic standing in the Plant Physiology course in the Department of Biology.
the Cappon Trust
Established by the Department of English to increase the frequency and variety of departmental academic events for the purpose of enriching the student-faculty experience and raising the Department profile with the University and alumni community.
the James Carruthers Prize in History
Established in memory of James Robertson Carruthers, MA'75. Awarded to the Master's student in the Department of History with the highest academic standing at the end of the first term of registration in the Master's program.
the James Robertson Carruthers Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of James Robertson Carruthers, M.A. 1975, LL.B. 1979. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the Doctoral program in the Department of History at Queen's University.
the John Angus Carther Scholarship
Established by the Estate of John A Carther. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students from the Counties of Stormont, Dundas or Glengarry, in first year of the Faculty of Arts & Science or or the Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science.
The Harold M. Cave Undergraduate Travel Scholarship
Established by estate of Harold M. Cave. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students in any year of an honours degree in Physics or Astronomy for the purpose of attending the Canadian Undergraduate Physics Conference or equivalent.
the Harold M Cave Scholarships in Experimental Physics
Established in memory of Harold Cave, MA. Awarded to students entering the third year leading to a BASc. degree in Engineering Physics and the third year of a B.Sc. (Honours) program in Arts and Science with a concentration in Physics.
the Leonard G Berry Memorial Award
Established in memory of Professor Leonard G. Berry. Awarded to a senior undergraduate student with a strong academic record and a demonstrated interest in mineralogy.
the Visual Art Trust Fund
Gifts to this fund will be invested in priority equipment and programming for the Fine Art (Visual Art) Program to enhance our students' art making techniques and processes, and foster a learning environment that encourages experimentation and invention.
the Biology Department Endowment Fund
Established to create a legacy endowment; the income from the endowment provides discretionary funds for the Head, Department of Biology, to support new initiatives and build on existing teaching and research strengths.
the Danny Norman Blythe Scholarship
Established in memory of Danny Norman Blythe, B.A.Hons'85. Awarded to an outstanding student entering the final year of an Honours program in Sociology with preference given to those who have taken courses .
the James Henry Bocking Memorial Scholarship in History
Established by Marilyn House, BEd'69, in memory of James Henry Bocking, BA(Hons)'36, MA'38. Awarded to a student entering third or fourth year enrolled in a concentration in History.
the Anne Bodnarchuk Memorial Award
Established in memory of Anne Bodnarchuk, BA'57, HLLD'84, who led a distinguished career with Air Canada and was the company's first female Vice-President. Awarded on the basis of need and academic merit to an upper year in the School of Computing.
the Bowen Graduate Fellowship in Human Geography
Established by Dawn Bowen, PhD 1998, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible humanities and social science graduate students in the Ph.D. degree program in the Department of Geography in the School of Graduate Studies.
the George W. Bracken Memorial Scholarship
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Master's or Ph.D. level students enrolled in the School of Graduate Studies who are pursuing field research at the Queen's University Biological Station.
the Michael Bradden Memorial Bursary
Established by Vanessa and Laura Bradden in memory of Michael Bradden, BSc(Math)'91. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a full-time student entering first year of any program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Bradford Erion Memorial Award
Established in memory of Brad Erion, BMus'80. Awarded on the basis of need and academic achievement to a student in the Bachelor of Music program, with preference given to a student specializing in composition.
the Janet Braide Book Prize in Art History
Established in memory of Janet Braide, art historian and author. Awarded to a student achieving high standing in the final year of an Art History Honours concentration, who has also some record of service in the visual arts at Queen's or in the community.
the Nathan and Barbara Brown International Admission Scholarship
Established by Nathan Brown, B.A. 1995 and Barbara Brown, B.A. 1995. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to international students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science
the Clifford M Brown Discovery Travel Award
Created by Clifford M. Brown in memory of his parents Abbey A. Brown and Isabelle Ann Weintraub Brown, awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding eligible Masters or PhD students pursuing travel supporting their research in arts and culture.
the Dr. Stan Brown Lecture Series
Established to support the costs associated with bringing eminent academics or chemists to Queen's University campus. These funds will be used to cover expenses related to the lecture or event, honoraria and/or speaking fees.
the E L Bruce Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Professor E.L. Bruce. Awarded to a student in the Department of Geological Sciences in any year of graduate work at Queen's University.
the Dr Erwin Buncel Scholarship in Chemistry
Established for Dr. Erwin Buncel, in memory of Ignacz, Irena and Marta Buncel. Awarded to a student in an Honours Chem, Environmental Chem, or Engineering Chemi program entering third year with the highest combined average in CHEM 222, and 223 or 245.
the Carl C Ferguson Bursary
Established in April 2002 by Carl C. Ferguson, B.A. '37, and awarded on the basis of financial need to one or more students in the Bachelor of Science program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Craig Jury Memorial Summer Studentship in Cancer Research
Established by Erma Jury, Arts 1963, in memory of her son Craig. Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student in the Faculty of Health Sciences or the Faculty of Arts and Science to participate in a summer studentship in the Cancer Research Institute.
the Douglas H. Clark and Bonney G. Clark Memorial Scholarship
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Master's or Ph.D. level students enrolled in Political Studies. Preference to students whose research is related to federal/provincial relations in Canadian politics.
the W Edmund Clark Fund for Graduate Studies in Economics
Established by W. Edmund Clark, LL.D. 2008, to support graduate studies in the Department of Economics. Funds will be used to provide teaching assistantships, research assistantships, and/or other awards to graduate students.
the George Herbert Clarke Library Trust Fund
Funding is used for acquisitions in the field of Humanities and Social Sciences for the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the FRC Clarke Choral and Organ Fund
Gifts in memory of FRC Clarke are used by the Dan School of Drama and Music to support and enhance Departmental programming in choral music ensembles and organ performance including teaching, sheet music, conductor fees, composition and performance cost.
the Department of Classics Trust
Gifts to this fund will be used to support, at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Classics, initiatives intended to enhance our thriving academic environment.
the Craine Professor Scholarship
Established by Glenville Jones, Craine Professor and Head, Department of Biochemistry, to recognize student achievement in the undergraduate Biochemistry program.
the Cultural Studies Program Trust
Gifts to the Cultural Studies Program Trust will be used to enhance the learning experience of our students through academic and cultural activities that provide ongoing meaningful engagement with cultural issues relevant to local and global communities.
the C A Curtis Fund
Established in memory of Professor C.A. Curtis. Awarded annually for the best doctoral thesis in economics. Any Ph.D. thesis in economics completed during the preceding two calendar years is eligible for consideration.
the Herman Daams Bursary
Established by the Estate of Herman Daams. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a female student enrolled in any undergraduate year of an Honours Bachelor of Arts program with specialization, major or medial plan in Mathematics or Physics.
the Allan Ephriam Diamond Jewish Studies Discretionary Fund
Established by A. Ephraim Diamond, BSc(Eng)'43, to provide discretionary funds for Director of the Jewish Studies Program.
the Baillie Family Chair in Conservation Biology
The Baillie Family Chair will be linked permanently with the University Biological Station (QUBS). Its purpose to strengthen research in conservation and biodiversity and to augment and reinforce teaching programs in the Department of Biology.
the A Dorothy Milligan Award
Established in January 2001 by A. Dorothy Milligan, Arts 1947, and awarded to a full-time student in the Faculty of Arts and Science on the basis of financial need and academic merit.
the Don Wood Undergraduate Scholarships in Economics
Established by David Dodge, BA(Hon)'65, LLD'02, and Christiane Dodge, BA(Hon)'65, in honour of Don Wood, MA'53. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering second, third, or fourth year of a B.A. (Honours) program in Economics.
the Donald Swainson Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of Donald Swainson. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student in History.
the W M P Doolan Prize in Chemistry
Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Head of the Department to the graduate student who contributes the most to demonstrating in the first year chemistry laboratories.
the Leslie Doucet Global Development Studies Student's Fund
Established in memory of Leslie Doucet to enable students to participate in globally-minded projects that will provide educational opportunities outside the classroom, often in non-traditional study sites.
the Pat Douglas Murray Memorial Award
Established in memory of Pat (Osborough)Douglas-Murray, Arts'55, Tutor. Awarded to a student entering the second year of a program with a concentration in Film Studies who has the highest standing in FILM 110, provided that the standing is first class.
the Lia Dower Memorial Award
Established in memory of Lia Maria Dower (nee Fatels). Awarded to a mature student who is returning to university from the work force to pursue a Master of Industrial Relations degree.
the Al Downe Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Al Downe by his family, students, community and also by Patricia Romans, for the purpose of bringing in high profile lecturers to campus to speak on biology related topics.
the Stanley Drabek Graduate Award in Political Studies
Established by Stanley Drabek, BA'58, M.A.'65. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Master's or Ph.D. level students enrolled in Political Studies. Preference given to students studying Canadian politics.
the Drama Fund
Gifts to this fund, by both alumni and friends of Drama, support special departmental projects, large and small.
the Drama Trust Fund
This fund supports all the operations of the Department, including most classroom and production activities.
the Richard Dale Memorial Award
Established in honour of Richard M. Dale. Awarded annually to the student entering second year in a program offered by the Departments of Physics or Chemistry with the highest combined standing in PHYS 105 and CHEM 116.
the Dalton R Mercer Scholarship
Awarded to a first year student from Sutton District High School. Preference given to those in combined Arts and Physical and Health Education. If no eligible candidate is available from SDHS, may be awarded to a student from Newmarket or Keswwick.
the Dan School of Drama and Music Endowed Fund
The Dan School of Drama and Music Fund was established for the design and innovation of new and existing degree programming for Drama, Music, and Music Theatre in the Dan School of Drama and Music.
the Jane Davis Memorial Award
Established by friends and family in memory of the late Jane Davis (Vickers), B.Sc. (Hons) '73. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students enrolled in 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of an honours degree in Mathematics.
the Deans of Women Memorial Award
Established to honour the office of the Deans of Women by the Committee on Women's Affairs. Awarded on the basis of academic merit to a student in the fourth year of an honours program in Gender Studies and enrolled in WMNS 500.
the Marni Lithgow de Pencier (Arts '54) Fund
Established by the Estate of Marianne de Pencier and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Master's level students enrolled in the Department of Philosophy in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Cogeco Scholarship Fund
Awarded on the basis of high academic standing to students pursuing graduate studies in the social aspects of communications. Selection will be made by a committee in the Department of Sociology.
the Coleman Assistantships Fund
Established by Peter Taylor, BSc(Hons) 1964, MSc 1965, to allow the Department of Mathematics and Statistics to offer support for undergraduate students to offer peer teaching assistance in introductory mathematics courses.
the Coleman-Calvin Fellow in Math and Statistics
Established by Denys Calvin, BSc'82, to provide support for post-doctoral studies and research in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Queen's University.
the Coleman-Godsoe Teaching Research Fellowship
Established by Peter and Shelagh Godsoe, and their three children Craig, Eden, and Cynthia, to provide support for post-doctoral studies and research in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Queen's University.
the Coleman Research Fellows
Established to support the Coleman Research Fellows postdoctoral programme within the Math&Stats Department. Postdoctoral Fellows are integral to our programme, both as researchers with new ideas and teachers with new vitality.
the Coleman-Ellis Scholarship
Established in December 2002 by David Daniel, MSc'71, PhD'74, and awarded on the basis of financial need to a graduate student studying Mathematics in a Masters or Doctoral program.
the School of Computing Fund
Your gift will help the Queen's School of Computing maintain the highest standards of excellence in accomplishing its mission of education, research and service.
the Queen's Community Music Awards for Youth
Established by Margaret Sheppard to provide funding for students registered in private lessons on stringed instruments or piano in the Queen's Community Music.
Queen's Community Music
Contributions to Queen's Community Music will be most useful in covering costs associated with piano tuning, printed programmes and space rental for student recitals, the accompanist program, master classes and workshops.
the William Coombs Baker Memorial Prize
Founded by graduates in memory of William Coombs Baker, formerly the Robert Waddell Professor of Experimental Physics. The is prize in books approved by the Department of Physics. Awarded annually to the student with the highest standing in PHYS 104.
the G Joseph Cooper Scholarship
Established by G. Joseph Cooper, BEd'72, in memory of his mother, Molly Cooper, awarded on the basis of academic performance to a third year student with a minor, medial, or major in English and who has completed a minimum of three English courses.
the Ruth Cordy Entrance Bursary
Established by Ruth Cordy, BA'42, and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year of the Faculty of Arts and Science at Queen's University
the J A Corry Lecture Fund
Established by Dr J.A. Corry, to fund an invited lecturer to deliver two or more lectures on "some aspect of the relation of law and politics, taken up either in general and philosophic terms or some lively current Canadian issue."
the Farkouh/Graham Family Fund for Outdoor Education
Established to create new outdoor opportunities and subsidized programming for children from low-income, immigrant and indigenous families who wish to participate in camp or outreach activities at the Queen's University Biological Station.
the Margaret Farr Scholarship
Established by by Margaret Farr and awarded on the basis of academic achievement to a student entering full-time studies in the first year of a Bachelor of Music program who demonstrates exceptional ability in performance on a string instrument.
the Faculty of Arts and Science Student Health and Wellness Fund
Established in support of student health and wellness for overall physical and mental health promotion, illness prevention, anti-stigma, education and awareness, inclusivity, transitions, resilience, facilities, programming, counselling and peer support.
the Smirle Forsyth Prize in Political Studies
Established by Smirle Forsyth of Toronto, BA'73, LLB'76. Awarded to the student who is deemed by the Department to have achieved the second highest standing in the first-year courses in Political Studies.
the Francophone Centre Fund
Gifts support the French Centre in providing a venue for campus and Kingston communities to learn and explore French language through instructional courses, casual conversation, film nights, academic speakers, artists and writers.
the T C S Franks Travel Fund
The Timothy C.S. Franks Research Travel Fund provides financial support for doctoral candidates in the Departments of History and Political Studies pursuing dissertation research abroad.
French Studies
This fund will be used at the discretion of the Department Head to enhance academic programs and/or research infrastructure to support our exceptional community of students.
the Fresh Water & Long-term Climate Change Fund
The Fresh Water & Long-term Climate Change Fund was established to support the work and scholarly activities of the Department of Biology's faculty and students related to the study of climate change.
the Friends of Chemistry Teaching Assistant Award
Established to recognize outstanding teaching by a graduate student or an upper year undergraduate student, employed as a teaching assistant in courses offered by the Department of Chemistry.
the Department of Gender Studies Graduate Award
Established by the Department of Gender Studies and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Master's students enrolled in Department of Gender Studies in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Geological Field Study Program
Established by Geological alumni and friends to support the Geological Studies Education Program.
the Film and Media Current Topics Courses Fund
At the discretion of the Head of the Department of Film and Media, this expendable fund is used to offer one or more extra courses on topics of current interest in the discipline.
the Film and Media Equipment Fund
At the discretion of the Head of the Department of Film and Media, in consultation with the senior technician, this expendable fund is used for the repair, replacement, and upgrading of equipment used for student productions and teaching.
the Film Production Fund
Established by Alliance Atlantis Communications Inc. to provide the means by which the Department of Film Studies can build the foundation of support to help finance the cost of films and videotapes produced by upper year students as required coursework.
the Department of Film and Media Fund
At the discretion of the Head of the Department of Film and Media, this expendable fund is used to support the greatest needs of the department.
the Oren A. Earl Bursary
Established from a bequest by Oren A. Earl and awarded to an undergraduate student in an Honours B.Sc. program in Chemistry. The award will be based on academic achievement and financial need. Preference will be given to a woman.
the Economics Research Prize
Established by a good friend of the Economics Department, and awarded to a faculty member from the Department of Economics whose recent performance in research is deemed particularly meritorious.
the QED Initiatives Trust
This fund is used at the discretion of the Head of the Department for a wide array of undergraduate and graduate student initiatives and departmental needs.
the Ellis Hall Observatory Fund
This fund is used to maintain and upgrade the state-of-the-art, 16-inch reflecting telescope located in the Queen's Observatory dome on the roof of Ellis Hall. This telescope is used primarily for student training and public demonstrations.
Enbridge Bursary in Arts and Science
Established by Enbridge Pipelines Inc. and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to Aboriginal students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Department of English Writers Fund
Established to support ongoing funding for creative writing programming in the Department of English. Funds will be used to support expenses related to lectures/events, honoraria and/or speaking fees, salaries, program support and equipment.
the Department of English
Gifts to the Alumni Fund support the Department of English in cultivating the intellectual, social and educational experience within our community. With your gifts we continue to host visiting scholars and support student initiatives.
the Richard and Mildred Ruggles Fund for Enhanced Education in Geography
Established by Richard and Mildred Ruggles to provide investment income that may be used either to enhance the field studies component of instruction or for the incorporation of the arts into geographic education at Queen's.
the School of Environmental Studies Enhancement Fund
At the discretion of the Director, gifts to this fund will be used to support initiatives that promote and enhance the School of Environmental Studies including: special lectures, undergraduate teaching, research and equipment.
the Environmental Studies Lectureship Fund
The Environmental Studies Lectureship Fund was established to provide funds to attract the most influential names in the world to speak on related issues of the environment and sustainability that are crucial to our future well-being.
the Environmental Studies Scholarship
Established by the School of Environmental Studies from donations and school funds and awarded on the recommendation of the School to a student admitted to Honours in the Environmental Studies program exhibiting academic distinction.
the Environmental Studies Graduate Scholarship
Awarded to graduate students in the Master of Environmental Studies program who achieve the highest overall combined average in ENSC 801* and ENSC 802*. If more than one student qualifies for the award, the funds for that year will be divided equally.
the Endeavour Silver Corp. Graduate Award Endowment
Established by Endeavour Silver Corp. Awarded to graduate students in the Master of Science in Applied Geology, or research-based Master's or Doctoral students in the field of Economic Geology and Mineral Exploration.
the Endeavour Silver Corp. Scholarship Endowment
Established by Endeavour Silver Corp. and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering third or fourth year of the Geological Sciences program or the Geological Engineering program.
the Dr H Martyn Estall Graduate Award in Philosophy
Established in memory of Dr. H. Martyn Estall. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to assist graduate students in the Department of Philosophy to attend a significant conference.
the Enrichment Studies Student Bursary Fund
Donations to this fund are used to provide funding to elementary and secondary school students who, due to financial limitations, might not otherwise be able to attend their requested enrichment studies program at Queen's University.
the Fred Euringer Scholarship in Drama
Established in honour of J.A. (Fred) Euringer. Awarded to a student enrolled in the Queen's University Drama program and is intended to facilitate the recipient's ability to create theatre within the Kingston community.
the W H Evans Book Prize in French
Established in honour of W. Hugo Evans, Head of the French Department from 1948 to 1970, a book prize to be awarded to the graduating student with the highest standing in Honours French.
the Geography Field Trip/General Fund
At the discretion of the Head, Department of Geography, these funds are made available to students to provide cost reduction for field trips which are truly essential to the undergraduate experience.
the Geography Equipment Fund
At the discretion of the Head, Department of Geography, these funds provide and maintain specialized equipment that is fundamental to the dynamic and innovative, research-based undergraduate programming.
the Geological Science Miller Museum
Gifts to this fund will be used, at the discretion of the Director of the Miller Museum, to improve operations and enhance community outreach programs offered by the Miller Museum.
the Geology Trust Fund
At the discretion of the Head of Geological Sciences & Geological Engineering, gifts are used to support the greatest departmental needs, such as teaching and equipment purchases/maintenance.
the Geology Teaching Assistant Fund
Gifts to this fund pay student Teaching Assistant salaries for courses offered by the Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering. TAships may be named in honour of the donor for a minimum donation of $5,000/yr for 3 years.
the Graham George Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Dr. Graham George, the first Head of the Department of Music (1968-1971). Awarded annually to a student who has demonstrated exceptional ability and achievement in composition. Preference will be given to a graduating student.
the German Trust Fund
This expendable fund is used at the discretion of the German Department Head to enhance academic programs and/or research infrastructure in the Department of German.
the German Study Abroad Award
Awarded by the German Dept. to students with a German major, medial, or minor concentration, German Studies, or Business German, or a special field concentration in Language and Linguistics with a primary concentration in German, for academic excellence.
the F W Gibson Prize in Canadian History
Established in memory of Professor Frederick W. Gibson. Awarded to the graduating student with a medial or major concentration in History who has the highest average standing in three courses in Canadian History.
the Robert Gilbert Post-Doctoral Fellowship in the Department of Geography
Established by Robert Gilbert, Professor in the Department of Geography, to create a post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Geography at Queen's University.
the Duncan Alexander Hector Gillies and Marion Marguerite Gillies Endowment Fund
Established by Marion Marguerite Gillies to defray the annual costs of The Duncan Alexander Hector Gillies and Marion Marguerite Gillies Speaker Series in the Department of English, including honoraria for lecturers, travel costs and event arrangements.
the Queen's Student Overseas Global Development Travel Fund
Established to provide one or more travel stipends to deserving third or fourth year undergraduate students enrolled in Global Development Studies to assist in pursuing work study activities in a low income country.
the Donna Gobin Memorial Scholarship
Awarded on the recommendation of the Dan School of Drama and Music to a student in the Bachelor of Music program whose major instrument is the piano. Preference will be given to students entering Queen's for the first time.
the Sue Hendler Graduate Scholarship in Gender Studies
Established in memory of Sue Hendler, who was an Associate Professor with the School of Urban and Regional Planning. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to graduate students enrolled in Gender Studies in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Sue Hendler Graduate Fellowship
Established by the Estate of Sue Hendler. Awarded to funding-eligible graduate students enrolled in Urban and Regional Planning in the School of Graduate Studies who are working on planning ethics or women/gender and planning.
the Anthony O Hendrie Bursary
Established by Anthony O. Hendrie, BA'59, and awarded on the basis of need to students in the Faculty of Arts and Science. Preference given to graduates of secondary schools located in the Towns of Collingwood and Stayner and the Township of Clearview.
the Kathleen A Herman Prize in Gender Studies
Established to honour Kathleen Herman. Awarded each year to the student in any program who submits the best project in one of the courses in Gender Studies.
the Tom R Higgins Scholarship
Established by Thomas Higgins, BSc(Hons)'79. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the fourth year with a subject of specialization, major or medial concentration in Mathematics or Statistics.
the Department of History Trust Fund
This fund is used at the discretion of the Department Head to enhance academic programs and/or research infrastructure in the History Department.
the Karen Huntley Memorial Award
Established in memory of Karen Huntley. Awarded to a student in an Honours Biology or an Environmental Science SSP Biology degree program who will be doing a field course or field research.
the Istvan Prize in Electroacoustics
Established in honour of Istvan Anhalt. Awarded to a student who has demonstrated excellence in electroacoustics (composition, research, performance, production).
the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts Community Cultural Fund
The Community Cultural Fund will help local artists and cultural institutions present their work and offset their cost for using the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts.
the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts Concert Series Fund
Proceeds from this fund will be used to help attract national and international musicians to the Concert Hall in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts.
the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts State-of-the-Art Expendable Fund
Proceeds to this fund will support both academic and non-academic programming, equipment, technology, other capital, and operational needs for the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts.
the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts Integrated Learning Expendable Fund
This fund will support academic projects and artistic learning for students and faculty across the four creative arts departments, and support innovative interdisciplinary programming for an exceptional student learning experience.
the Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts Seat Campaign Fund
Your gift will be used to support the Isabel Bader for the Performing Arts Concert Series and support academic projects and artistic learning for students and faulty across the four creative art departments at "the Isabel".
the Indigenous Studies Interactive Fund
Your gift will be used to support the promotion of Indigenous and Aboriginal learning activities through special lectures, speakers' series, teaching, student and club initiative programs.
the James Inglis Prize
Established by family, colleagues, students, and friends in memory of James Inglis, Professor of Psychology. A book prize to be awarded to the graduating doctoral student who has the highest standing in the Clinical Programme.
the Isabel String Quartet Fund
Established to support operations and promotional activities for the Isabel String Quartet concert program, including but not limited to marketing and promotions, event presentation, salaries, travel expenses, program support, and equipment.
the Italian Trust Fund
Funding raising initiatives will include: assistance with student travel for study abroad; visiting lecturers, and special course offerings.
the JADE Award
Established by Douglas Ellenor, BSc(Hons)'66, and Jo-Anne Ellenor, BSc(Hons)'67. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in second, third or fourth year in Geological Science or Biological Science.
the Janson Family Entrance Bursary
Established by Peter (BSc.(Eng) 1969) and Peggy (BA 1970) Janson. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Arts and Science, with preference given to a female student from Northern Ontario.
the Japanese Trust Fund
Established in February 2010 to support the Japanese Language Programme at Queen's University.
the John and Elizabeth Murray Scholarship
Established by John, B.Sc. 1963, PhD 1967, and Elizabeth Murray. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering second-, third-, or fourth-year of a Honours degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Dr Stuart E Jenness Geological Field Studies Program Fund
Established by Dr. Stuart E. Jenness, B.Sc.(Eng.) 1948, to offset the accommodation costs for several students per annum, who are registered in the Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering Field School.
the Elizabeth Holmes and Edwin Burt Memorial Award
Established in memory of Elizabeth Holmes, Arts'50, and Edwin Burt, Arts'51, IR'52. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of any undergraduate degree in the Faculty of Arts & Science.
the Helen Howard Music Coaching Fund
Established in March 2010 by Helen Howard, BA '48 to provide funding for the coaching of chamber music ensembles and sectional rehearsals for groups from the Dan School of Drama and Music's larger ensembles.
the Helen Howard Music, Education and Community Fund
Established by Helen Howard, BA '48, to provide funding for music education programming offered by the Dan School of Drama and Music.
the MacInnis and Howey Families Bursary
Established by the MacInnis and Howey families and awarded on the basis of financial need to a full-time student entering the first year of any undergraduate Bachelor of Arts and Science program.
the Craig L Hoyt Memorial Scholarship
Established by a bequest from the estate of Craig L. Hoyt and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering or currently registered in the Bachelor of Music program whose applied area of study is voice.
the Dr Michael Hriskevich Geological Field Studies Program
Established by Dr. Michael Hriskevich, BSc'47, MSc'49 to provide the Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering with annual financial support for the undergraduate students' field-education program.
the Moira Anne (Courtney) Hudgin Graduate Scholarship in Art
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to MA or PhD level students in Art History and Art Conservation with preference to a student pursuing research in North American Indigenous art. Preference given to students who self-identify as Aboriginal.
the Moira Anne (Courtney) Hudgin Bursary
Established by Moira Anne (Courtney) Hudgin, B.A. (Hons) 1968, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of any Faculty or School at Queen's University. Preference given to Aboriginal students.
the Humayma Excavation Project
At the discretion of the Project Director, funds assist archaeologists and Classics students with the excavation and analysis of Humayma (ancient Hawara), a Nabataean town and Roman fort on an ancient caravan route in what is now a Jordanian desert.
the W C Good Memorial Fellowship Award
Established in memory of William Charles Good. Awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Economics, the Department of History, the Department of Political Studies, or the Department of Sociology.
the Good Family Visiting Faculty Research Fellowship
Established in honour of the Good Family, this fellowship supports a visiting scholar in one of the following areas: Biology, Economics, Environmental Studies, History, Physical and Health Education, Political Studies, Psychology, Sociology, for one year.
the Dr W A Gorman Legacy Teaching Fund
Established to support and enhance the undergraduate student learning experience within the Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering by supporting teaching activities and promoting excellence in teaching.
the Gray Family Student Initiatives Fund
Established by Gordon Gray, Com'50, to provide support to any Arts and Science student, or group of students, who would like to write a report, attend a conference, do non-profit work, or other initiatives in the area of preservation of wildlife species.
the Alan G Green Memorial Fund for Economic History at Queen's
Established in memory of Alan G. Green, B.A. (Hons.) 1957, to provide financial resources to support research and teaching in economic history within the Queen's Economic Department.
the Green Chemistry Initiative Fund
Gifts to this fund support any equipment or technology required for green chemistry research, along with speakers and lecture series, and undergraduate student activities in the field of green chemistry.
the Charles & Margaret Green Geology Field Trip Fund
Established by Margaret Green, BA'30, in memory of Charles Green, BSc(Eng)'31, to fund student field programs in mineral-deposit geology and hard-rock geology.
the Grenville Frost Visiting Lectureship in Chemistry
Established by the estate of the Honourable Leslie M. Frost in memory of his brother, Grenville. This fund is used to invite a Visiting Lecturer in the field of Chemistry to Queen's.
the Grittani-Livingston Family Bursary
Established by members of the Grittani-Livingston family, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of any Faculty or School at Queen's University, with preference to students who self-identify as a Crown ward.
the Shelton Graduate Fellowship in Psychology
Established by Deborah Shelton, BEd'78, in memory of her husband. Awarded on the recommendation of the Psychology Dept. to a graduate student entering the Ph.D. program in Human Experimental Psychology or Psychophysics in the Department of Psychology.
the Harry S Southam Scholarship
Established by the estate of Janet Southam MacTavish Ritchie in memory of her father Harry S. Southam, LL.D. 1948. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering second, third or fourth year of a B.Sc. (Hons.) program in Arts and Science
the Judy Ha Memorial Entrance Award
In memory of Judy Ha (nee Tang) BA'75, BEd'76, by her husband Edmund Ha, BSc'76, and sons Derek Ha, Com'05, BSc'05, and Ronald Ha, Comm'07, and awarded on the basis of need, leadership ability, and involvement to first-year Arts and Science students.
the Mary Conner Hale Bursary
Established by George M. Hale, BSc'45, in memory of his wife, Mary, Arts'45. Awarded on the basis of need to a student in third or fourth year of an honours program in Biology or Biochemistry. Preference will be given to a female students
the M Harris Scholarship in History
Established in memory of Michael R.G. Harris. Awarded to upper-year students in a BA(Honours) program with a major or medial concentration in History for the best essay on the history/practice of neutrality and pacific international dispute resolution.
the Harrison/MacRae Family Lecture Series
Established by estate of the late John H. Harrison, B. Com. 1949, and Elizabeth (Betty) Harrison (nee MacRae), B.A. 1949, to support the costs associated with bringing speakers with an emphasis on chemical physics and physical chemistry to campus.
the John A. Harvey Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of John A. "Jack" Harvey (BSc Physics Honours, Sci '45). Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to third or fourth year students in an undergraduate Engineering Physics degree program.
the J E Hawley Memorial Scholarship
Established by Alban H. Norton, PEng BA(Hons)'36, in memory of J.E. Hawley. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student registered in the second year of either the Geological Engineering or Geological Sciences program.
the Heard/McFarlane Award
Established by R. Bruce McFarlane, BA/BPHE'78, and Janice C. Heard, BSc(Hons)/BPHE'80. Awarded to students in first or second year in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies on the basis of financial need and academic achievement.
the Christopher Lewis Prize in Music
Established by Marsha and Dr. Spruce Riordon in recognition of their renowned and gifted brother and brother-in-law, Christopher Lewis. Awarded to a student in the third or fourth year of a Music program for the best paper in music theory or musicology.
the Life Sciences '83 Fund
Established by the class of Life Sciences 1983 to support the acquisition of state-of-the-art laboratory equipment and innovative educational technologies that will enhance experiential learning in Life Science Student Laboratories.
the Linguistics Trust
At the discretion of Linguistics and the Head, funds are used to support an enhanced learning experience for students in the Linguistics Degree Plans at Queen's University.
the Geoff Lockwood Memorial Summer Studentship in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics, and Astronomy
Established to provide funding for a researcher in the form of a grant, to be used exclusively to hire a summer student to conduct research in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy at Queen's University.
the Christopher Lounds Bursary
Established in memory of Christopher Lounds, B.A. 1993, B.A. (Hons.) 1994, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Joan Lund Memorial Award
Established in memory of Joan M. Lund. Awarded to the student in the fourth year who has contributed most to the geophysics program in the previous years.
the Alvera Salute Lundquist Memorial Scholarships in Italian
Established by the late Alvera Salute Lundquist and awarded to the students who have achieved the highest standing in ITALIAN 230 and ITALIAN 205.
the Olive Marguerite MacDonald Fund in the Department of Chemistry
Established by Olive Marguerite MacDonald to provide the Head of the Department of Chemistry with discretionary funds.
the Lee Award in Financial Economics
Established by Gordon Lee, BA(Hons) 1991, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to a student enrolled in a BA(Hons) program with a major or medial in Economics.
the Jewish Studies Fund
Established to broaden the Jewish Studies Program.
the Director of Jewish Studies Fund
The purpose of The Director of Jewish Studies Endowment Fund will be to promote the Jewish Studies Program at Queen's University and provide leadership for the organization of academic activities related to it.
the Harry and Sylvia Rosen Memorial Symposia
the Harry and Sylvia Rosen Memorial Symposia was established to endow a permanent symposium/conference series in Jewish Studies to stimulate a greater awareness for Jewish Studies at Queen's.
the Irving and Regina Rosen Lecture Series
To endow a permanent lecture series in Jewish Studies at Queen's University to enable the wider community to better understand the living and vital tradition of Judaism.
the Archie Bennett Dialogue Project
To enhance the Archie Bennett Judaica endowment by adding a component of academic dialogue to the Jewish Studies Program involving analysis of historical issues and contemporary controversies.
the Vojtech Jirat-Wasiutynski Memorial Travel Fund
Established to assist Queen's University graduate students in Art History with their travel expenses related to their research.
the J.K.N. Jones Visiting Lectureship
Established in memory of Dr. J.K.N. Jones to support the costs associated with bringing a distinguished chemist (organic or carbohydrate) to Queen's University. Funds will cover expenses related to the lecture/event, honoraria and/or speaking fees.
the Honourable Mr. Justice David H.W. Henry Memorial Fund in Economics
Established in memory of the Honourable Justice David H.W. Henry to support research and teaching in the areas of legal economics, industrial organization, and competition policy in the Department of Economics.
the V Hanbidge Keast Memorial Award
Established by relatives and friends of Val Hanbridge Keast who graduated with a BA degree from Queen's University in 1976. Awarded to the St. Andrews Exchange Scholar from Queen's to assist with the costs of travel in countries other than Canada.
the J Allen Keast Field Biology International Exchange Fund
Established by Dr. J. Allen Keast to encourage Australian, New Zealand and other biologists from the southern hemisphere to visit Queen's and Queen's biologists to visit internationally, and to enhance the programs and the facilities of the QUBS.
the Graham Kennedy Memorial Lecture Fund
Donations to this fund support an annual lecture in memory of philosophy undergraduate Graham Kennedy. Kennedy lectures are given by distinguished visiting speakers on a philosophical subject accessible to undergraduates.
the Keppel-Jones Essay Prize
Established in memory of Professor Arthur M. Keppel-Jones. Awarded to a student in a history course who is judged to have written a historical essay of particular literary excellence.
the Keyser Fellowship
Established to encourage students to develop the competencies they will need following graduation and generate enthusiasm for the study of mathematics. Fellowships will develop their skills by applying the knowledge they are taught in the classroom.
the Ross Kilpatrick Student Initiatives Fund
Established by Suzanne Kilpatrick and the Department of Classics to enable students to participate in projects that will provide educational opportunities outside the classroom and around the world.
the J Carl King Scholarship
Established by J. Carl King, B.A.(Hons.) 1944 and awarded on the basis of high academic standing to a part-time student or students in a Humanities program (with preference to a student majoring in English) who has completed at least 60 units.
the Kingston Symphony Association Scholarship
Five scholarships which include the James Rini Memorial Scholarship and the Helen Lucile Allan Memorial Scholarship are awarded by the Kingston Symphony Association to full-time students in the B.Mus. Program whose major instrument is an orchestral one.
the Kingston Field Naturalists Award for Queen's University Biological Station
Established by Kingston Field Naturalists in memory of Dr. Robert Stewart. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and leadership qualities to an undergraduate student studying conservation science or natural history at the QUBS.
the Carole Kinnear Award
Established by J. Paul Kinnear, Comm'63, in honour of his wife's graduation from the Arts and Science in May 1998. Awarded on the basis of need and academic merit to a woman who, after an interruption in her formal education, is returning to studies.
the Barbara Eleanor Kirkland Fund
Established by the Estate of Barbara Eleanor Kirkland, B.A.(Hons) 1934, M.A. 1935 to be used preferably (but not necessarily) to further the study of Greek and/or Latin, and/or for any purpose within the Department of Classics.
the Jean Knox and Paul Emmons Family Bursary
Established by the Estate of Paul Mott Emmons, B.A. 1979. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in any year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree with an academic plan in Political Studies or History.
the Koerner Visiting Artist Fund
Established by the Koerner Foundation to enable the Department of Art and the Agnes Etherington Art Centre to invite a renowned artist to Queen's during the academic year in conjunction with an exhibition in which his or her work will be featured.
the Don Krestel Memorial Award
Established in memory of Donald Andrew Krestel, BA/BPHE'74. Awarded to a student in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies, who is best able to promote among his or her classmates an appreciation of the needs of the individual and of the community
the Kumar Wood Professional in Residence
Established by Industrial Relations alumni to bring to Queen's University a distinguished individual who has made an important contribution to industrial relations in Canada or in other countries.
the Stephanie Lane "Pink Shoes" Memorial Award
Established in memory of Stephanie Elizabeth Lane, BA(Hons)'94. Awarded to undergraduate students in the second year in the Faculty of Arts and Science on the basis of demonstrated financial need, academic achievement, and volunteer work with children.
the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures Trust
Gifts will be used, at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, to support student enrichment activities such as studying abroad, invitation of visiting scholars, and special course offerings.
the Laszlo Gyopar Memorial Music Fund
Established by Beate and Istvan Anhalt in honour of Laszlo Gyopar to support the development of Queen's University Library's music collection.
the J William and Marion E (Smith) MacKinnon Fund
Established by Marion E. MacKinnon, Arts '43, in memory of her late husband J. William MacKinnon. The proceeds of this fund will provide the Head of the Economics Department with discretionary funds to promote excellence in teaching and research.
the Alexander MacLachlan Peace Prize
Annual award for the student with the highest standing in a history course pertaining to Canadian politics or foreign relations. Established in memory of Alexander MacLachlan, former President of International College, Smyrna, by the MacLachlan family.
the Ian A Macleod Award
Established in memory of Professor Ian A Macleod. Awarded to a graduate student who made the greatest contribution to the intellectual and social spirit of the Department of Computing and Information Science during the preceding academic year.
the Huguette and W Bentley MacLeod Fund
The Huguette and W. Bentley MacLeod Fund was established to provide awards to undergraduate students so that they may serve as research assistants to faculty members in the Department of Economics or the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
the Jennifer Maginnis Memorial Scholarship for Woodwinds
Established by the B.Mus. Class of '85 in memory of Jennifer Maginnis. Awarded on the recommendation of the Dan School of Drama and Music to a student who is enrolled in the B.Mus. Program and is majoring in a woodwind instrument.
the Naim S Mahlab Fund in Jewish Studies
Established in May 2007 by Naim S. Mahlab (B.Comm. 1949) to fund a new course with a focus on anti-Semitism to be administered through the Jewish Studies Program at Queen's.
the Saleh Sassoon Mahlab Fund in Jewish Studies
Established by Naim S. Mahlab, BComm 1949, in honour of his father Saleh Sassoon Mahlab to fund a dialogue course on the inter-relationships between Judaism, Islam and Christianity.
the Naim S Mahlab Scholarship in Jewish Studies
Established by Naim S. Mahlab, Comm'49, and awarded on the basis of academic merit to students entering third or fourth year of the Jewish Studies degree program who have the highest grades in Jewish Studies courses and cognate courses.
the Herbert Malcolm Award
Established John Malcolm, Arts'53, in memory of his father, Herbert F. Malcolm, BTheol'26. Awarded annually to the student who has the best performance in second year German. Standing is determined by averaging the marks obtained in two courses.
the Margaret McLellan Fund
Established in memory of Queen's Prof. Margaret E.M. McLellan, by family and friends. Awarded to a student in the B.Msc. program, whose concentration is collaborative piano or piano performance. Preference will be given to students entering upper years.
the Jean McLeod Bursary
Established by the Estate of Jean Marion (McLeod) James, M.A. 1958. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in second, third, or fourth year of any undergraduate degree program in the Department of Political Studies.
the William Leonard McNeil Scholarship
Established in January 2009 by the Estate of William Leonard McNeil, BA'49. Awarded to the first year student attaining the highest average in 1.0 credit in Geology at the 100 level.
the John A. McRae Lectureship
Established in memory of Prof. John A. McRae to support costs associated to bringing eminent academics or chemists to campus. Funds used for expenses related to travel, accommodation, food, advertising and publication, honoraria and/or speaking fees.
the Kathleen McSweeney Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Kathy McSweeney, BA'73. Awarded on the basis of high academic standing to a student or students registered in the final year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) major, medial or special field concentration in Film Studies.
the John Meisel Scholar Series in Contemporary Political Controversies
Established to support the costs associated with bringing eminent or emerging academics or public intellectuals to the Queen's University community.
the Norman and Grace Miller Graduate Fellowship in Mathematics
Established by Alfred and Isabel Bader in memory of Norman Miller. Awarded to Master's or Ph.D. level students enrolled in Mathematics and Statistics in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Graham Millington and John Stroud Graduate Award in Physics
Established in honour of Graham Millington and John D. Stroud. Awarded to graduate students in Physics.
the Lynn Anne Milsom Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Lynn Anne Milsom, BMus'88. Awarded on the basis of competitive audition to an upper-year student who is deemed by the Dan School of Drama and Music to have demonstrated exceptional ability in performance on a woodwind instrument.
the Juliet Milsome Award
Established by Juliet Milsome, BA'77. Awarded to students in any year of the Faculty of Arts and Science who have been selected to participate in a formal Queen's University bi lateral exchange in the United Kingdom.
the Masters of Industrial Relations Alumni Fellowship Fund
An award to be created by MIR graduates for students in the Master of Industrial Relations Program.
Richard Safka Speaker Series
Funds will be used to offer social and personal peer-based support to students at Queen's University.
the Maureen Mogan English Scholarship
Established by the Estate of Maureen Mogan, B.A. (Hons.) 1959. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to the highest achieving students entering third year in the Department of English in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the R T Mohan Undergraduate Scholarship in Chemistry
Established by the estate of R.T. Mohan and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering year three or year four in the Engineering Chemistry program in Applied Science or Honours Chemistry in Arts and Science.
the Donald Mathers Memorial Lectureship
Established in memory of Donald Mathers, a former professor and Principal of Queen' Theological College. The Lectureship is intended to support the costs associated with bringing eminent academics in the field of theology to Queen' University campus.
the Math Department Trust Fund
Your gift will be used to support activities which enhance the learning experience of our students such as undergraduate conference travel, peer-to-peer tutoring, math club programming, invited lecturers and welcome receptions.
the McAdie Chemistry Doctoral Student Award
Established by Dr. Harry McAdie, MA 1954, PhD 1956, in memory of his supervisor, Prof. Grenville B. Frost. Awarded for academic merit to a first-year Chemistry PhD student, holding a BA from a Canadian University. Pref. to Cdn citizens or perm. residents.
the Dorothy J W Bell (Reynolds) McCulloch Award in English
Established by Dorothy J.W. Bell (Reynolds) McCulloch, BA'03 (English). Awarded to students in the second, third or fourth year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program with an academic plan in English.
the Pamela McDonald Memorial Bursary
Established by Bruce McDonald in memory of Pamela McDonald, B.Sc. 2003. Awarded on the basis of financial need to fourth-year students enrolled in the B.Sc.(Honours) program. Candidates will be participating members of an intercollegiate sport at Queen's.
the Art McDonald SNO Breakthrough Prize Research Fund
The fund has been established for research activities in support of extending the scientific reach of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory experiment and encouraging more participation by women scientists in the field of particle astrophysics.
the Art McDonald Fund for the Advancement of Women in STEM Subjects
Funds will be used to offset expenses for women to participate in activities and programming for the advancement of women in STEM subjects, professional development, mentoring programs, and research or post-doc fellowships.
the Sheldon McDonell Bursary
Established in memory of Sheldon McDonell, BA PolSci. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to a student in the third year of a degree program with a concentration in Political Studies.
the C McGann Memorial Prize
Established in June 1998 by family and friends in memory of Catherine McGann. Awarded annually to the graduate student in the Department of French Studies who has produced the best thesis in the past calendar year.
the Andrew McGhie Prize Fund
Established in memory of Andrew McGhie, Professor of Psychology at Queen's from 1968-1988 and Department Head from 1981-1988. Awarded to the student graduating from the Department who has submitted the most outstanding doctoral thesis the previous year.
the McIlquham Foundation Prize in English
Founded by the parents of Mr. J. Max McIlquham, a student at Queen's University 1912-1915, who was killed on service overseas. Awarded to a student for an original poem, short story, or play.
the Robert and Margaret McIntosh Award
Established to provide an annual award to a full-time student in the second or third year of an Honours B.Sc. program in Chemistry on the basis of financial need and academic achievement.
the Elizabeth McKenzie Shemilt Fund in Indigenous Studies
Established by David and Roslyn Hanes. The fund will benefit the Indigenous Studies program by supporting activities related to Indigenous content and enhancing knowledge of the histories and cultures of Indigenous peoples in Canada and globally.
the Marjorie McLean Oliver Scholarship
Awarded to woman students accepted into the MA or PhD program in the fields of Medieval European history, European history of an earlier period than Medieval, or Classical Roman or Greek history. Preference to those holding a previous degree from Queen's.
the Bamji Art Conservation Award
Established by Pervez (Perry) and Annamaria Bamji, B.A. 1998, to assist with the costs associated with international travel, for a graduate student in the Art Conservation Program.
the David Bechthold Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of David Bechthold, B.A. '79 (Guelph), and awarded to any student in any year of a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Arts Honours program who is in financial need.
the Blakely Family International Study Award
Established by Robert Blakely, LL.B. 1973 and Cindy Blakely. Awarded to an Arts and Science student studying at the Bader International Study Centre and an Arts and Science student participating in a Queen's official exchange program.
the James D Canuel Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of James D. Canuel, B.A. (Honours) '84. Awarded on the basis of financial need to an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts and Science who has demonstrated participation in extra-curricular activities.
the CFUW Kingston Club A Vibert Douglas Award
Established by the Canadian Federation of University Women Kingston Club in memory of A. Vibert Douglas and Caroline Mitchell, B.A. 1926. Awarded to students in any year in a Bachelor of Science program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Clark Family Entrance Award
Established by John C. Clark and Anne J. Clark. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to full-time students entering the first year of any direct-entry undergraduate program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Betsy (Sparrow) Clarke Bursary
Established by Betsy (Sparrow) Clarke, Arts '63, and awarded on the basis of financial need to a full-time student in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the ArtSci 1993 Undergraduate Bursary
Established by the Class of Arts & Science 1993. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students who self identify as First Nations, Metis, Inuit, or as members of the African and Caribbean Student Association in any year of Arts and Science.
the Robert and Eva (Bertram) Cole Awards
Established by Robert and Eva Cole to assist students in financial need. Four bursaries will be awarded: two to students entering the first year of a program in Arts & Science and two to students entering the first year of a program in Applied Science.
the Department of Economics Bursary
Established in May 2001 from donations and awarded to a student in the Department of Economics on the basis of financial need.
the Kevin A Armstrong Memorial Award
Established by Alan and Ursula Armstrong in memory of their son Kevin A. Armstrong, MA'99, and awarded to a graduate student in the first year of any graduate program, with preference given to a student in the Department of Philosophy.
the Arts & Science 2002 Award
Established by the class of Arts & Science Class 2002. Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and extra-curricular involvement to upper year students in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Arts 70 Study Abroad Fund
Established by the class of Arts '70 and awarded on the basis of merit and financial need to a student currently enrolled in the Faculty of Arts and Science who has been selected to take part in an official exchange program abroad.
the Arts 71 Bursary
Established by the class of Arts '71. Awarded to a full-time student entering the first year in the Faculty of Arts and Science on the basis of financial need.
the Arts and Science 1954 Bursary
Established by the Class of Arts and Science 1954. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student in the second year of any program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Arts & Science 1979 Bursary
Established by the class of Arts and Science 1979, and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Arts & Science 97 Bursary
Established by the class of Arts 1997. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a full-time student in any year in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Arts & Science 98 Award
Established by the Class of Arts and Science 1998. Awarded on the basis of financial need and extra-curricular activities to a full-time student in any year in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Arts & Science 99 Bursary
Established by the Arts and Science Class of '99. Awarded to a full-time second, third, or fourth year student in any program in the Faculty of Arts and Science on the basis of financial need and involvement in extracurricular activities.
the Arts & Science ThankQ 2004 Bursary
Established in September 2008 by the graduating Arts & Science Class of 2004 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to upper year students in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Mary L Balanchuk Concurrent Education Award
Established by Mary L. Balanchuk, B.A. 1949. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to a student entering the first year of the Concurrent Education program who was a resident of Northern Ontario.
the R T Mohan Graduate Scholarship in Chemistry
The R.T. Mohan Graduate Scholarship in Chemistry: Awarded annually to a promising graduate student engaged in full-time graduate work.
the Robert Y Moir Scholarship in Chemistry
Established in memory of Professor Robert Y. Moir. Awarded in the fall to a student who has registered in the third year of a B.Sc.(Hons.) program in Chemistry and has high academic standing in the courses required for the concentration.
the Maurice Dubin Memorial Prize in Composition
Established in memory of Maurice Dubin, a well-known Kingston musician until his death in 1983. Awarded annually to a third or fourth year student demonstrating exceptional ability and achievement in composition.
the Peter Morris Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Peter Morris, Professor of Film Studies. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a graduating student completing an honours degree where the primary concentration is Film and Media.
the Neil Morrison Fellowship in Economics
Established by Neil Morrison, BA 1986. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Masters and PhD level students enrolled in the Department of Economics in the School of Graduate Studies. First preference given to PhD students.
the Marie Mottashed Graduate Scholarship
Established by the Estate of Marie Mottashed, M.A. (Economics) 1941. Awarded to female graduate students enrolled in the Physical Sciences (Chemistry, Physics and Geology) in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Marie Mottashed Entrance Scholarship
Established by Marie Mottashed, MA (Economics)'41. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a female student entering the first year of a Bachelor of Science (Honours) program.
the Alexander and Cora Munn Summer Research Award
Established by Alexander Munn, B.A. 1942, and Cora Munn, B.A. 1972. Awarded to students of Conservation Biology in full-time summer positions in a research environment at the Queen's University Biological Station.
the C Kathleen Munn Award
Established by C. Kathleen Munn, Arts'72, and awarded on the basis of need and academic merit to an Arts and Science student enrolled in 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year, with preference given to a BA (Honours) student in English. The recipient must be bilingual.
the Dr Gladys R Munnings Bursary
Established by Gladys R. Munnings, BAH'32, LLD'76. Awarded to a student of promising ability in the third or fourth year of an honours program in the Faculty of Arts and Science. Preference will be given to a female student who is in financial need.
the Kenneth G. Murray Making a Difference through Music Award
Established in honour of Kenneth G. Murray. Awarded to students on the basis of demonstrated leadership, and volunteer community involvement in the development of music outreach, through program or activity organization, coaching, or mentorship.
the Sarah Murray Scholarship
Awarded to Canadian or landed immigrant history majors entering the final year of a BAH, who have the highest average in all courses, and have completed or are currently in at least three courses in Canadian History, of which two are at the 300-400 level
the Carlos & Catherine Prado Chamber Music Prize
Established by Catherine and Carlos G. Prado, Ph.D. 1970, and other friends and alumni. Awarded to the student chamber music ensemble deemed to have presented the best performance during the preceding academic year.
the School of Music Travel Trust Fund
Established by faculty and friends of the School of Music to support travel for faculty, students, and/or visiting artists.
the School of Music
Established to help with the purchase of equipment and supplies not covered by the Dan School of Drama and Music's operating budget, and also can be applied to expenses associated with special events.
the Muslim Societies, Global Perspectives Fund
This fund will support the teaching, outreach learning, such as conferences and lectureships, interdisciplinary and student initiative components of the Muslim Societies, Global Perspectives initiative at Queen's.
the Susan Near Awards
Several awards established the late Susan Near of Toronto benefiting Chemistry, Drama, Film, Geology, German, History, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology and Spanish.
the William Neish Fellowship in Chemistry
A fellowship, endowed by Ada E. Neish and Laura Neish Black of Kingston, is awarded annually to a university graduate who will carry on research work for the whole session and embody the results in a thesis.
the Department of Classics Travel Grant
Established by the friends of the Department of Classics. Granted to graduate students or undergraduates in the Department of Classics for field research that must be carried out at a considerable distance from Queen's University.
the Ian Nichol Exploration Geochemistry Fund
Funds to enhance the applied- and exploration-geochemistry teaching programs in the Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering; to facilitate the undertaking of relevant field visits and orientation surveys.
the Dr. William H. Nichols Prizes in Chemistry
Established by Mr. C Walter Nichols in memory of his father and awarded annually to students who have attained the highest standing in CHEM 116 and Chem 213.
the School of Music Fundraiser
As a friend of the School of Music, your donation will assist the school by supporting courses and maintaining the quality of our programs.
the Bernice Nugent Fund in History
Established by the Estate of Bernice Nugent, BAH'38, to be used solely within the discretion of the Department of History for the purpose of lectures or papers within the Department of History.
the Murray A Cowie Awards for Study in Germany
Established by the estate of Murray A. Cowie. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in German, German Studies, or Business German, or Language and Linguistics with a primary concentration in German.
the David Cox Memorial Award
Established in memory of David Cox. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to a student registered in the fourth year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program with a major concentration in Political Studies.
the Wes and Dorletta Curran Memorial Award
Established in honour of Wes and Dorletta Curran. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to a full-time student in an Honours program in Biology. Preference will be given to students planning to reside at QUBS.
the Dean's Entrance Bursaries
Established with alumni donations to help defray the cost of tuition for first year students. A number of bursaries are awarded on the basis of financial need to students entering the first year of a degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Elliott\Galasso Entrance Award
Established by Janet Galasso, BPHE'60 and Pasquale Galasso, PhD. Awarded to full-time students entering first year of the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education program or the Bachelor of Science (Honours) Kinesiology program.
the Gerald Finley Bursary in Art
Established in honour of Gerald Finley. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students registered in a degree program with a concentration in Art History or Fine Art.
the E Gay Mitchell Graduate Fellowship in Finance
Established by E. Gay Mitchell, B.A. '84. Awarded to a graduate student in either the Master's or Doctoral degree program in the Department of Economics and/or the Smith School of Business, with a designated research specialization in Finance.
the Gladys Munnings Memorial Award in English
Established by Helen Gurney in memory of Gladys Munnings, B.A. 1932, LL.D. 1976 and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to second-, third-, or fourth-year students majoring in English.
the WB Ferguson and Lynda L Mickleborough National Entrance Award in Arts & Science
Established by W.B. Ferguson and Lynda L. Mickleborough. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to a student entering the first year of any undergraduate program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Regina Rosen Award
Established by Irving Rosen to honour his wife, Regina Rosen, B.A. 1980. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to a student pursuing a concentration in Jewish Studies.
the Marion Ross Bursary
Established by School of Physical and Health Education alumni. Awarded on the basis of financial need and community service to a student in the third or fourth year of the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education program.
the Miriam Royce Bursary
Established by Don Royce in memory of his mother Miriam Royce, BA'80. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students who have experienced an interruption in their formal education.
the G Kenyon Rutherford Award
Established in honour of Professor G. Kenyon Rutherford. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic standing to a student entering third or fourth year of a geography program.
the Henderson Scott Liberal Arts Award
Established by Dr. Henderson (Glenn) Scott, B.A. 1956. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year of any first entry undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Shirley Simpson Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of Shirley Simpson. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a part-time undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts and Science who has completed a minimum of 3.0 credits.
the Sylvia Small Award in Piano Accompaniment
Established in honour of Sylvia C. Small. Awarded to a student entering the third or fourth year of the Bachelor of Music program on the basis of financial need and outstanding accomplishment in accompaniment.
the Stephen J R Smith Bursary
Established by Stephen J.R. Smith, B.Sc. (Eng) 1972, M.Sc. (Econ). Awarded to students in an Economics program or an Electrical Engineering program on the basis of financial need, leadership, creativity and extra-curricular activities.
the Walter MacFarlane Smith Bursary
Established in memory of Professor Walter MacFarlane Smith and awarded to a student in the B.Sc.(Hon.) program in Chemistry in the Faculty of Arts and Science on the basis of financial need.
the Spaidal Bursary in Arts & Science
Established in May 2006 and awarded on the basis of financial need to full-time students enrolled in any year or program of studies in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the School of Urban and Regional Planning Bursary
Established from donations and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the School of Urban and Regional Planning.
the Allan R. Taylor International Study Award
Established in honour of Allan R. Taylor. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic excellence to students who have been selected to attend the Bader International Study Centre (BISC).
the Pahle-Whitaker Award
Established in memory of Patricia J. Whitaker, B.A. 1984 and Jack Whitaker. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in the second year of a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program in English Language and Literature.
the Mark Howard Pentland Memorial Award
Established in memory of Mark Howard Pentland, BPHE 1979. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the second, third, or fourth year in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies.
the PHE ThankQ Bursary
Established by the Class of PhysEd '97. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to second, third, or fourth year students in the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education program or the Bachelor of Science (Honours) Kinesiology program.
the Douglas Purvis Award
Established in memory of Douglas Purvis. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to a student entering the third year of a B.A. program with a major, medial or minor concentration in Economics.
the Rauch Family Entrance Award
Established by Bernard Rauch, BA'44, MA'54. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to full-time students entering first year of any program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the George A Rawlyk Memorial Award
Established in memory of George A. Rawlyk. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit to a student with at least a 75% average entering the third year of a B.A.(Honours) program with a major concentration in History.
the Marilynne Charters Fuller Award in Philosophy
Established by Marilynne Charters Fuller, B.A. 1947. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students registered in a major, minor or medial in Philosophy in the Faculty of Arts and Science.