Featured Giving Opportunities

Engineering and Applied Science Tinker Trailer
Engineering and Applied Science Tinker Trailer
The Tech 'N' Tinker (TNT) Trailer is designed to physically travel to schools, increase awareness of STEM, and deliver makerspace outreach workshops to students, schools, educators, and community grou ... The Tech 'N' Tinker (TNT) Trailer is designed to physically... (Learn More)
The Tech 'N' Tinker (TNT) Trailer is designed to physically travel to schools, increase awareness of STEM, and deliver makerspace outreach workshops to students, schools, educators, and community grou ... (Learn More)
Dean's Excellence Fund
Dean's Excellence Fund
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean of the... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams. (Learn More)
David J. Turcke Fund in Civil Engineering
David J. Turcke Fund in Civil Engineering
The newly launched David J. Turcke Building Partnerships Fund in Civil Engineering recognizes one of the faculty's most distinguished leaders. The newly launched David J. Turcke Building Partnerships Fun... (Learn More)
The newly launched David J. Turcke Building Partnerships Fund in Civil Engineering recognizes one of the faculty's most distinguished leaders. (Learn More)
David W. Bacon Distinguished Speaker Series
David W. Bacon Distinguished Speaker Series
The David W. Bacon Distinguished Speaker Series will attract academics and industry leaders from around the world to share insights into the technical aspects of their work and its applications. The David W. Bacon Distinguished Speaker Series will attract... (Learn More)
The David W. Bacon Distinguished Speaker Series will attract academics and industry leaders from around the world to share insights into the technical aspects of their work and its applications. (Learn More)
Innovation Commons
Innovation Commons
Situated in the new Innovation and Wellness Centre, the Innovation Commons will be a dedicated space for Engineering teaching, research and innovation. Situated in the new Innovation and Wellness Centre, the Inno... (Learn More)
Situated in the new Innovation and Wellness Centre, the Innovation Commons will be a dedicated space for Engineering teaching, research and innovation. (Learn More)
Dunin-Deshpande Queen's Innovation Centre
Dunin-Deshpande Queen's Innovation Centre
The Dunin-Deshpande Queen's Innovation Centre supports student innovation and entrepreneurship at Queen's University. The Dunin-Deshpande Queen's Innovation Centre supports stude... (Learn More)
The Dunin-Deshpande Queen's Innovation Centre supports student innovation and entrepreneurship at Queen's University. (Learn More)
Aboriginal Access to Engineering
Aboriginal Access to Engineering
Aboriginal Access to Engineering inspires Aboriginal youth to develop an interest in math and science, promotes engineering at the post-secondary level and helps Aboriginal students succeed at Queen's Aboriginal Access to Engineering inspires Aboriginal youth t... (Learn More)
Aboriginal Access to Engineering inspires Aboriginal youth to develop an interest in math and science, promotes engineering at the post-secondary level and helps Aboriginal students succeed at Queen's (Learn More)
Student Experience
Student Experience
This fund will support competitive design teams, outreach programs, conferences, clubs and student-led campus businesses, providing invaluable teamwork and leadership project planning. This fund will support competitive design teams, outreach pr... (Learn More)
This fund will support competitive design teams, outreach programs, conferences, clubs and student-led campus businesses, providing invaluable teamwork and leadership project planning. (Learn More)
Teaching and Research
Teaching and Research
Supporting new Chairs, Professorships and Centres of Excellence such as the Centre for Mineral Resources, the Centre for Water, Environment and Health, and the Queen's Energy Institute. Supporting new Chairs, Professorships and Centres of Excelle... (Learn More)
Supporting new Chairs, Professorships and Centres of Excellence such as the Centre for Mineral Resources, the Centre for Water, Environment and Health, and the Queen's Energy Institute. (Learn More)
QYEA GPA Society Toronto
QYEA GPA Society Toronto
Support of QYEA's GPA Society will support Queen's Engineering and will provide resources to innovative programs and activities. Support of QYEA's GPA Society will support Queen's Engineeri... (Learn More)
Support of QYEA's GPA Society will support Queen's Engineering and will provide resources to innovative programs and activities. (Learn More)
Science '67
Science '67
The Science 1967 Endowment Fund provides discretionary funding to the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science to enrich the learning environment for undergraduate engineering students. The Science 1967 Endowment Fund provides discretionary fundi... (Learn More)
The Science 1967 Endowment Fund provides discretionary funding to the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science to enrich the learning environment for undergraduate engineering students. (Learn More)
Science '77
Science '77
The Science '77 Entrance Bursary in Applied Science is awarded on the basis of financial need to student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. The Science '77 Entrance Bursary in Applied Science is award... (Learn More)
The Science '77 Entrance Bursary in Applied Science is awarded on the basis of financial need to student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. (Learn More)
Science '82
Science '82
By December 31, 2017, let's try and bring our donation totals to $400,000, with $300,000 in the Science 1982 Endowment and $100,000 in the Science 1982 Award. By December 31, 2017, let's try and bring our donation total... (Learn More)
By December 31, 2017, let's try and bring our donation totals to $400,000, with $300,000 in the Science 1982 Endowment and $100,000 in the Science 1982 Award. (Learn More)
Science '97
Science '97
The Applied Science 1997 Bursary was established by the Class of Science 1997 as their graduating gift to the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's University. The Applied Science 1997 Bursary was established by the Clas... (Learn More)
The Applied Science 1997 Bursary was established by the Class of Science 1997 as their graduating gift to the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's University. (Learn More)
Science '44
Science '44
The Science '44 40th Year Entrance Bursary in Applied Science is awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. The Science '44 40th Year Entrance Bursary in Applied Scienc... (Learn More)
The Science '44 40th Year Entrance Bursary in Applied Science is awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. (Learn More)
Science '45
Science '45
The Science 1945 Memorial Bursary Awarded to a student in any year of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science on the basis of satisfactory academic performance and financial need. The Science 1945 Memorial Bursary Awarded to a student in an... (Learn More)
The Science 1945 Memorial Bursary Awarded to a student in any year of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science on the basis of satisfactory academic performance and financial need. (Learn More)
Science '46
Science '46
The class of Science '46 supports the Science '46 Memorial Entrance Award and the Science '46 Memorial Scholarships. The class of Science '46 supports the Science '46 Memorial E... (Learn More)
The class of Science '46 supports the Science '46 Memorial Entrance Award and the Science '46 Memorial Scholarships. (Learn More)
Science '47
Science '47
The Science '47 Entrance Bursary is awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first-year program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. The Science '47 Entrance Bursary is awarded on the basis of... (Learn More)
The Science '47 Entrance Bursary is awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first-year program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. (Learn More)
Science '48
Science '48
The Science '48 S. N. Graham Award is awarded on the completion of the second year to a student with outstanding performance in extra-curricular activities on campus. The Science '48 S. N. Graham Award is awarded on the complet... (Learn More)
The Science '48 S. N. Graham Award is awarded on the completion of the second year to a student with outstanding performance in extra-curricular activities on campus. (Learn More)
Science '48 1/2
Science '48 1/2
The Science 1948 1/2 Mature Student Entrance Bursary is awarded by the Dean of Applied Science on the basis of financial need to a mature student entering first year in the Faculty. The Science 1948 1/2 Mature Student Entrance Bursary is awar... (Learn More)
The Science 1948 1/2 Mature Student Entrance Bursary is awarded by the Dean of Applied Science on the basis of financial need to a mature student entering first year in the Faculty. (Learn More)
Science '49
Science '49
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '50
Science '50
Science '50 Entrance Bursary- established by the class of Science 1950 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science. Science '50 Entrance Bursary- established by the class of Sc... (Learn More)
Science '50 Entrance Bursary- established by the class of Science 1950 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science. (Learn More)
Science '51
Science '51
Science '51 Entrance Bursary - Established by the Class of Science 1951 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first-year program in the Faculty of Applied Science. Science '51 Entrance Bursary - Established by the Class of S... (Learn More)
Science '51 Entrance Bursary - Established by the Class of Science 1951 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first-year program in the Faculty of Applied Science. (Learn More)
Science '52
Science '52
Science '52 Endowment Fund - Established by the Class of Science 1952 to provide the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science with discretionary funds. Science '52 Endowment Fund - Established by the Class of Sci... (Learn More)
Science '52 Endowment Fund - Established by the Class of Science 1952 to provide the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science with discretionary funds. (Learn More)
Science '53
Science '53
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '54
Science '54
The Science '54 Bursary was established in appreciation of the effort of class member Fred Siemonsen and his late wife, Mary Lou Siemonsen. Awarded to a student on the basis of financial need. The Science '54 Bursary was established in appreciation of t... (Learn More)
The Science '54 Bursary was established in appreciation of the effort of class member Fred Siemonsen and his late wife, Mary Lou Siemonsen. Awarded to a student on the basis of financial need. (Learn More)
Science '55
Science '55
Science '55 is launching the 60th Reunion Class Gift campaign, to raise $100,000 towards our class initiative, the Science 1955 Faculty Fund. Science '55 is launching the 60th Reunion Class Gift campaig... (Learn More)
Science '55 is launching the 60th Reunion Class Gift campaign, to raise $100,000 towards our class initiative, the Science 1955 Faculty Fund. (Learn More)
Science '56
Science '56
Science '56 Entrance Bursary - Established by the class of Science '56 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science. Science '56 Entrance Bursary - Established by the class of S... (Learn More)
Science '56 Entrance Bursary - Established by the class of Science '56 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science. (Learn More)
Science '57
Science '57
Science 57 Key Bursary is awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any year or program of studies in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. Science 57 Key Bursary is awarded on the basis of financial... (Learn More)
Science 57 Key Bursary is awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any year or program of studies in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. (Learn More)
Science '58
Science '58
Science 1958 Fund - Established by the class of Science 1958 to support a wide variety of activities which contribute to the enrichment of the Applied Science learning environment. Science 1958 Fund - Established by the class of Science 1958... (Learn More)
Science 1958 Fund - Established by the class of Science 1958 to support a wide variety of activities which contribute to the enrichment of the Applied Science learning environment. (Learn More)
Science '59
Science '59
The Science '59 Admission Award is awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to a student entering their first year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. The Science '59 Admission Award is awarded on the basis of f... (Learn More)
The Science '59 Admission Award is awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to a student entering their first year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. (Learn More)
Science '60
Science '60
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '61
Science '61
Science '61 Entrance Bursary - Established by the Class of Science 1961 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first-year program in the Faculty of Applied Science. Science '61 Entrance Bursary - Established by the Class of S... (Learn More)
Science '61 Entrance Bursary - Established by the Class of Science 1961 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first-year program in the Faculty of Applied Science. (Learn More)
Science '62
Science '62
Applied Science 1962 Student Initiative Endowment Fund - Established to provide the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science with discretionary funds to support student initiative groups. Applied Science 1962 Student Initiative Endowment Fund - Est... (Learn More)
Applied Science 1962 Student Initiative Endowment Fund - Established to provide the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science with discretionary funds to support student initiative groups. (Learn More)
Science '63
Science '63
Science 1963 Bursary - Established by the class of Science 1963, and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in second year of any engineering program in the Faculty of Applied Science. Science 1963 Bursary - Established by the class of Science 1... (Learn More)
Science 1963 Bursary - Established by the class of Science 1963, and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in second year of any engineering program in the Faculty of Applied Science. (Learn More)
Science '64
Science '64
The Science '64 Equipment Fund was established by the class of Science 1964 to provide discretionary financial support for equipment needs. The Science '64 Equipment Fund was established by the class... (Learn More)
The Science '64 Equipment Fund was established by the class of Science 1964 to provide discretionary financial support for equipment needs. (Learn More)
Science '65
Science '65
The Science 1965 Entrance Award is awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students entering the first year program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. The Science 1965 Entrance Award is awarded on the basis of f... (Learn More)
The Science 1965 Entrance Award is awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students entering the first year program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. (Learn More)
Science '66
Science '66
The Science 1966 Bursary is awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's. The Science 1966 Bursary is awarded on the basis of demonstr... (Learn More)
The Science 1966 Bursary is awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's. (Learn More)
Science '68
Science '68
The Class of Science '68 has set a goal of $1,000,000 for the Science '68 Entrance Bursary by the 50th Reunion in 2018. The Class of Science '68 has set a goal of $1,000,000 for th... (Learn More)
The Class of Science '68 has set a goal of $1,000,000 for the Science '68 Entrance Bursary by the 50th Reunion in 2018. (Learn More)
Science '69
Science '69
We are launching a 45th Reunion Class Gift campaign to raise $1,000,000 over the next 5 years in support of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. We are launching a 45th Reunion Class Gift campaign to raise... (Learn More)
We are launching a 45th Reunion Class Gift campaign to raise $1,000,000 over the next 5 years in support of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. (Learn More)
Science '70
Science '70
The Science '70 Student Initiatives fund provides the Dean with discretionary support for extra-curricular opportunities for Applied Science undergraduate students. The Science '70 Student Initiatives fund provides the Dean w... (Learn More)
The Science '70 Student Initiatives fund provides the Dean with discretionary support for extra-curricular opportunities for Applied Science undergraduate students. (Learn More)
Science '71
Science '71
We are launching a 45th Reunion Class Gift campaign, to raise $500,000 over the next 5 years towards the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Inspiring Greatness Campaign Initiatives. We are launching a 45th Reunion Class Gift campaign, to rais... (Learn More)
We are launching a 45th Reunion Class Gift campaign, to raise $500,000 over the next 5 years towards the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Inspiring Greatness Campaign Initiatives. (Learn More)
Science '72
Science '72
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '73
Science '73
The Science '73 Student Initiatives Fund provides the Dean of Applied Science with discretionary support for various present and future needs as related to student activities. The Science '73 Student Initiatives Fund provides the Dean o... (Learn More)
The Science '73 Student Initiatives Fund provides the Dean of Applied Science with discretionary support for various present and future needs as related to student activities. (Learn More)
Science '74
Science '74
The Science '74 Leadership Traditions Fund provides discretionary funding to the Dean of Engineering to support and encourage the tradition of student leadership through student-directed activities. The Science '74 Leadership Traditions Fund provides discreti... (Learn More)
The Science '74 Leadership Traditions Fund provides discretionary funding to the Dean of Engineering to support and encourage the tradition of student leadership through student-directed activities. (Learn More)
Science '75
Science '75
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '76
Science '76
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '78
Science '78
The Science '78 is Dynamite Campaign has set a goal to raise $1,000,000 between now and the 40th Reunion in 2018. The Science '78 is Dynamite Campaign has set a goal to raise... (Learn More)
The Science '78 is Dynamite Campaign has set a goal to raise $1,000,000 between now and the 40th Reunion in 2018. (Learn More)
Science '79
Science '79
The Science '79 Forever Fund provides funding to enable undergraduate students to participate in competitions, conferences and projects, and supports activities of the Queen's Engineering Society. The Science '79 Forever Fund provides funding to enable unde... (Learn More)
The Science '79 Forever Fund provides funding to enable undergraduate students to participate in competitions, conferences and projects, and supports activities of the Queen's Engineering Society. (Learn More)
Science '80
Science '80
Science '80 aiming to raise $500,000 between now and our 40th year reunion in 2020 in support of the Queen's innovation Commons. Science '80 aiming to raise $500,000 between now and our 40t... (Learn More)
Science '80 aiming to raise $500,000 between now and our 40th year reunion in 2020 in support of the Queen's innovation Commons. (Learn More)
Science '81
Science '81
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Women of Science '81
Women of Science '81
The Women of Science '81 Bursary is awarded by the Ban Righ Centre on the basis of demonstrated financial need to female students who have experienced an interruption in their formal education. The Women of Science '81 Bursary is awarded by the Ban Righ... (Learn More)
The Women of Science '81 Bursary is awarded by the Ban Righ Centre on the basis of demonstrated financial need to female students who have experienced an interruption in their formal education. (Learn More)
Science '83
Science '83
The Mark Latham Memorial Award was established by family and friends in memory of Mark Latham (Sc'83). The Mark Latham Memorial Award was established by family and... (Learn More)
The Mark Latham Memorial Award was established by family and friends in memory of Mark Latham (Sc'83). (Learn More)
Science '84
Science '84
Science '84 would like to raise $1,000,000 before our 35th Reunion in 2019 toward the Queen's Innovation Commons. Science '84 would like to raise $1,000,000 before our 35th R... (Learn More)
Science '84 would like to raise $1,000,000 before our 35th Reunion in 2019 toward the Queen's Innovation Commons. (Learn More)
Science '85
Science '85
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '86
Science '86
The Robert Hall Memorial Award was founded by the class of Science '86 and the Queen's Mining Club in memory of Robert Hall, a member of Science '86. The Robert Hall Memorial Award was founded by the class of S... (Learn More)
The Robert Hall Memorial Award was founded by the class of Science '86 and the Queen's Mining Club in memory of Robert Hall, a member of Science '86. (Learn More)
Science '87
Science '87
Sc'87 supports Aboriginal Access to Engineering, David J. Turkce Building Partnerships Fund in Civil Engineering, and David W. Bacon Distinguished Speaker Series. Sc'87 supports Aboriginal Access to Engineering, David J. Tu... (Learn More)
Sc'87 supports Aboriginal Access to Engineering, David J. Turkce Building Partnerships Fund in Civil Engineering, and David W. Bacon Distinguished Speaker Series. (Learn More)
Science '88
Science '88
Your gift supports the Science '88 is Great Campaign. Our goal is to raise $1,000,000 between now and our 30th Reunion in October 2018. Your gift supports the Science '88 is Great Campaign. Our go... (Learn More)
Your gift supports the Science '88 is Great Campaign. Our goal is to raise $1,000,000 between now and our 30th Reunion in October 2018. (Learn More)
Science '89
Science '89
To celebrate our 25th reunion, we have an audacious goal - to raise $1 million for Queen's Engineering before our 30th reunion in 2019. To celebrate our 25th reunion, we have an audacious goal - t... (Learn More)
To celebrate our 25th reunion, we have an audacious goal - to raise $1 million for Queen's Engineering before our 30th reunion in 2019. (Learn More)
Science '90
Science '90
The Science 1990 3rd Year Open Horizons Award was created by the class of Sci '90 to help a third year student get through university. The Science 1990 3rd Year Open Horizons Award was created by... (Learn More)
The Science 1990 3rd Year Open Horizons Award was created by the class of Sci '90 to help a third year student get through university. (Learn More)
Science '91
Science '91
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '92
Science '92
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '93
Science '93
Established in May 1993 by the graduating class of Science 1993 to be used for the purchase of library equipment for engineering and applied science. Established in May 1993 by the graduating class of Science 1... (Learn More)
Established in May 1993 by the graduating class of Science 1993 to be used for the purchase of library equipment for engineering and applied science. (Learn More)
Science '94
Science '94
The Science '94 Legacy Fund provides the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science discretionary financial support for various present and future needs. The Science '94 Legacy Fund provides the Dean of the Faculty... (Learn More)
The Science '94 Legacy Fund provides the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science discretionary financial support for various present and future needs. (Learn More)
Science '95
Science '95
The Science '95 Bursary in Applied Science was established by the Class of Science '95 and awarded on the basis of financial need to two students in their second, third or fourth year. The Science '95 Bursary in Applied Science was established b... (Learn More)
The Science '95 Bursary in Applied Science was established by the Class of Science '95 and awarded on the basis of financial need to two students in their second, third or fourth year. (Learn More)
Science '96
Science '96
The Science '96 Fund was established by the class of Applied Science 1996 to provide support for the purchase of digital information resources for engineering and science in the Douglas Library. The Science '96 Fund was established by the class of Applied... (Learn More)
The Science '96 Fund was established by the class of Applied Science 1996 to provide support for the purchase of digital information resources for engineering and science in the Douglas Library. (Learn More)
Science '98
Science '98
The Science 1998 ThankQ Fund was established by members of the Class of Science 1998 to provide the Dean with discretionary financial support for equipment needs in the Faculty. The Science 1998 ThankQ Fund was established by members of t... (Learn More)
The Science 1998 ThankQ Fund was established by members of the Class of Science 1998 to provide the Dean with discretionary financial support for equipment needs in the Faculty. (Learn More)
Science '99
Science '99
In recognition of our 15th year reunion we would like to propose that we join thousands of alumni before us in giving back to our alma mater. In recognition of our 15th year reunion we would like to pro... (Learn More)
In recognition of our 15th year reunion we would like to propose that we join thousands of alumni before us in giving back to our alma mater. (Learn More)
Science '00
Science '00
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '01
Science '01
The Science 2001 Student Initiatives Fund was established to provide the Dean with discretionary support for various present and future needs as related to student activities. The Science 2001 Student Initiatives Fund was established to... (Learn More)
The Science 2001 Student Initiatives Fund was established to provide the Dean with discretionary support for various present and future needs as related to student activities. (Learn More)
Science '02
Science '02
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '03
Science '03
The Applied Science 2003 ThankQ Bursary was established in October 2005 and is awarded on the basis of financial need to fourth year students in the Faculty. The Applied Science 2003 ThankQ Bursary was established in O... (Learn More)
The Applied Science 2003 ThankQ Bursary was established in October 2005 and is awarded on the basis of financial need to fourth year students in the Faculty. (Learn More)
Science '04
Science '04
The Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. The Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resou... (Learn More)
The Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '05
Science '05
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '06
Science '06
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '07
Science '07
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '08
Science '08
Sci'08 has chosen to focus their class giving on the Tech N Tinker (TNT) Trailer. Sci'08 has chosen to focus their class giving on the Tech N... (Learn More)
Sci'08 has chosen to focus their class giving on the Tech N Tinker (TNT) Trailer. (Learn More)
Science '09
Science '09
The Applied Science 2009 Student Fund was established to improve the quality of student life space in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. The Applied Science 2009 Student Fund was established to imp... (Learn More)
The Applied Science 2009 Student Fund was established to improve the quality of student life space in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. (Learn More)
Science '10
Science '10
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '11
Science '11
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '12
Science '12
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '13
Science '13
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '14
Science '14
The Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. The Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resou... (Learn More)
The Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '15
Science '15
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '16
Science '16
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Science '17
Science '17
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to all... (Learn More)
Support of the Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs. (Learn More)
Chemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Queen's Chemical Engineering continues to be an exciting place to learn, with challenging and innovative undergraduate programs in Chemical Engineering and Engineering Chemistry. Queen's Chemical Engineering continues to be an exciting pla... (Learn More)
Queen's Chemical Engineering continues to be an exciting place to learn, with challenging and innovative undergraduate programs in Chemical Engineering and Engineering Chemistry. (Learn More)
Civil Engineering
Civil Engineering
The Civil Department has a number of different initiatives that rely on the support of our loyal alumni. The Civil Department has a number of different initiatives t... (Learn More)
The Civil Department has a number of different initiatives that rely on the support of our loyal alumni. (Learn More)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Through the continued tradition of generous support from our ECE alumni community, we can continue to ignite learning opportunities for some of the brightest students in the country. Through the continued tradition of generous support from our... (Learn More)
Through the continued tradition of generous support from our ECE alumni community, we can continue to ignite learning opportunities for some of the brightest students in the country. (Learn More)
Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Mechanical and Materials Engineering
The Mechanical Engineering HG Bertram Fund was established to provide the Head of the Department with discretionary funds for undergrad lab equipment, student initiative groups and renovations. The Mechanical Engineering HG Bertram Fund was established t... (Learn More)
The Mechanical Engineering HG Bertram Fund was established to provide the Head of the Department with discretionary funds for undergrad lab equipment, student initiative groups and renovations. (Learn More)
The Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining
The Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining
Queen's Mining has seen unprecedented growth over the last few years. Improving the quality of the program, while keeping the close-knit environment the Department is known for, is critical. Queen's Mining has seen unprecedented growth over the last f... (Learn More)
Queen's Mining has seen unprecedented growth over the last few years. Improving the quality of the program, while keeping the close-knit environment the Department is known for, is critical. (Learn More)
Formula SAE
Formula SAE
The Queen's University Formula SAE Design and Race Team was founded in 1993 and designs, builds, and competes with a new vehicle each year. The Queen's University Formula SAE Design and Race Team was... (Learn More)
The Queen's University Formula SAE Design and Race Team was founded in 1993 and designs, builds, and competes with a new vehicle each year. (Learn More)
Concrete Toboggan
Concrete Toboggan
Concrete Toboggan is a student design team that builds and races a concrete toboggan. Concrete Toboggan is a student design team that builds and r... (Learn More)
Concrete Toboggan is a student design team that builds and races a concrete toboggan. (Learn More)
Concrete Canoe
Concrete Canoe
The Queen's Concrete Canoe Team (QCCT) is a completely student-run, competitive design team that competes nationally. The Queen's Concrete Canoe Team (QCCT) is a completely stude... (Learn More)
The Queen's Concrete Canoe Team (QCCT) is a completely student-run, competitive design team that competes nationally. (Learn More)
Queen's Space Engineering Team
Queen's Space Engineering Team
The Queen's Space Engineering Team is a design team focusing on projects relating to the space industry. They are currently designing and building a Mars rover prototype for international competition. The Queen's Space Engineering Team is a design team focusing... (Learn More)
The Queen's Space Engineering Team is a design team focusing on projects relating to the space industry. They are currently designing and building a Mars rover prototype for international competition. (Learn More)
Queen's Eco Vehicle Team
Queen's Eco Vehicle Team
The Queen's Eco Vehicle Team is a group of students who design and build a fuel-efficient vehicle to compete in the annual Shell Eco-Marathon. Together we can improve the sustainability of our planet ... The Queen's Eco Vehicle Team is a group of students who desi... (Learn More)
The Queen's Eco Vehicle Team is a group of students who design and build a fuel-efficient vehicle to compete in the annual Shell Eco-Marathon. Together we can improve the sustainability of our planet ... (Learn More)
Queen's Project on International Development (QPID)
Queen's Project on International Development (QPID)
QPID is a student-run organization that runs initiatives on campus, in Kingston, in Canada and internationally. QPID is a student-run organization that runs initiatives on... (Learn More)
QPID is a student-run organization that runs initiatives on campus, in Kingston, in Canada and internationally. (Learn More)
Mostly Autonomous Sailboat
Mostly Autonomous Sailboat
QMAST is a student design team that designs and builds autonomous sailboats. QMAST is a student design team that designs and builds auton... (Learn More)
QMAST is a student design team that designs and builds autonomous sailboats. (Learn More)
Queen's Solar Design Team
Queen's Solar Design Team
The Queen's Solar Design Team is building a fully autonomous, net-zero energy home here on Queen’s west campus -- and we need your help. The Queen's Solar Design Team is building a fully autonomous... (Learn More)
The Queen's Solar Design Team is building a fully autonomous, net-zero energy home here on Queen’s west campus -- and we need your help. (Learn More)
Baja SAE
Baja SAE
The Queen's Baja SAE Design Team is a group of dedicated engineering students who work together to build a small off-road vehicle. The Queen's Baja SAE Design Team is a group of dedicated eng... (Learn More)
The Queen's Baja SAE Design Team is a group of dedicated engineering students who work together to build a small off-road vehicle. (Learn More)

Giving Opportunities

Funds

the Kostuik Mining Engineering Field Development Fund
Established in July 2001 to provide the Head of the Department of Mining Engineering, under the authority of the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science, with annual financial support for the undergraduate students' field trip program.
the Ian Joseph MacDonald Bursary in Mechanical Engineering
Established in March 2002 in memory of Dr. Ian J. MacDonald, Sc. '54, and awarded to a second year student in Mechanical Engineering on the basis of financial need.
the James Medves Scholarship in Chemical Engineering
Established in memory of James Medves, B.Sc. 1953, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in the third year of the Chemical Engineering program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Arthur Smith Bursary in Mechanical Engineering
Established in March 2003 by Arthur E. Smith, B.Sc. (Mech. Eng.) 1934, and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the second, third or fourth year of the Mechanical Engineering program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
FEAS International Student Exchange Program
Established to provide discretionary support to the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, for Queen's Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science priority initiatives.
QYEA GPA Society Toronto
Established by members of the Queen's Young Engineering Alumni Toronto GPA Society to provide discretionary support to the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, for Queen's Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science priority initiatives.
the Science '40 Memorial Fund
Established by the class of Science '40 as a discretionary fund for the Faculty of Applied Science to enrich the learning environment for engineering students.
the Science '41 Memorial Scholarship
Maintained by the class of Science '41 in memory of Mr. O.J. Watts, for standing on year's work.
the Science '44 40th Year Entrance Bursary in Applied Science
Established by the class of Science '44 in memory of Clyde Lendrum, Sc. '44. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science '44 Memorial Prize
Established by the class of Science '44 in memory of members who were killed in World War II. Awarded on the basis of extra-curricular student activities. Candidates must have passed all work of year.
the Science '44 40th Year Fund
To supplement the operating budget made available by the University to the Faculty of Applied Science and it is not intended, nor is desired that this Fund, or the income it generates, will have the effect of reducing the operating budget of the Faculty.
the Science 1946 Memorial Scholarships in Applied Science
Established by the Class of Science '46. Awarded to a student on the basis of academic excellence entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science, and to a student entering second or third year in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 1948 1/2 Mature Student Entrance Bursary
Established by the class of Science 1948 1/2 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a mature student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science '52 Endowment Fund
Established by the Class of Science 1952 to provide the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science with discretionary funds.
the Science 1955 Faculty Fund
Established by the Class of Science 1955 to provide the Dean of Applied Science discretionary funding, but not to be used for salaries or related benefits of faculty or staff members.
the Science 1958 Fund
Established by the class of Science 1958 to support a wide variety of activities which contribute to the enrichment of the Applied Science learning environment.
the Applied Science 1962 Student Initiative Endowment Fund
Established to provide the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science with discretionary funds to support student initiative groups.
the Sci '66 Chem Eng Capital Fund
Established by John McKibbin, B.Sc.(Eng.) 1966. 1. To provide funds for student activities, such as field trips, plant visits, professional conferences, workshops, student design competitions. 2. To provide funds for student lecture series.
the Science 1967 Endowment Fund
Established by the class of Science 1967 to provide discretionary funding to the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science to enrich the learning environment for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 1969 "Community by Design" Senior Mentorship
Established to provide support to senior undergraduate students who are selected as mentors for first year students in the first year project course. Each mentor will supervise one project each term.
the Science 1970 Student Initiatives Fund
Established in April 2007 by members of the class of Applied Science 1970 to provide the Dean of the Faculty Applied Science with discretionary support for extra-curricular opportunities for Applied Science undergraduate students.
the Science 1978 Student Initiatives Fund
Established by the class of Applied Science 1978 to provide support for student initiatives in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 1982 Fund
Established by the class of Science '82 to provide funding to the Faculty of Applied Science for expenditures to enhance the undergraduate education of students within the Faculty.
the Science 88 - Inspiring Students Fund
Established by members of the class of Applied Science 1988 to provide the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science with discretionary support for extra-curricular opportunities for Engineering and Applied Science undergraduate students.
the Science '93 Fund
Established by the graduating class of Science 1993 to be used for the purchase of library equipment for engineering and applied science.
the Aboriginal Access to Engineering
This fund will support outreach programming to inspire young Aboriginal people to develop an interest in math and science, promote engineering as a post-secondary field of study and help Aboriginal students' success in engineering programs at Queen's.
the Joseph Abramsky Prize
Founded in memory of Joseph Abramsky by his sons, for standing on year's work. Open to candidates in Mechanical Engineering.
the Advanced Sounding Rocket Team Fund
Funding will provide graduate and undergraduate students the opportunity to design, build and program an advanced sounding rocket, travel to competitions and conferences, and participate in educational outreach activities.
the Gordon and Patricia Allen Award
Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents in the Bachelor of Applied Science degree program with an academic plan in Electrical Engineering. Preference to students in third or fourth year.
the Accenture Scholarship in Engineering & Applied Science
Established by Accenture. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence and leadership skills to students entering fourth year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Applied Science 2003 ThankQ Bursary
Established by members of the Class of Applied Science and awarded on the basis of financial need to fourth year students in the Faculty of Applied Science at Queen's University
the Applied Science 2009 Student Fund
Established by the Class of Applied Science 2009 to improve the quality of student life space in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Applied Science '42 Class Fund
Established by the class of Science 1942 to support Faculty of Applied Science students who wish to pursue engineering related extracurricular activities on campus.
the Applied Science '99 Award
Awarded to a full-time second, third or fourth year Applied Science student on the basis of need and involvement in extracurricular activities that could include employment with a Queen's organization.
the Dr L F Goodwin Endowment in Chemical Engineering
Discretionary funding managed by the Chem. Eng. Department head for the following various needs: support of adjuncts in the TEAM program and lab courses; summer internships for undergrads; upgrades to labs; general support of undergraduate activities.
the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Dean's Excellence Fund
Support of this fund allows the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs.
the James Robert Grasse Award in Civil Engineering
Awarded on the basis of need and academic achievement to a second year student in the Department of Civil Engineering. The award is renewable in the third and fourth year provided the recipient maintains a 65% average and need remains evident.
the Human Mobility Research Centre Development Fund
The Human Mobility Research Centre Development Fund was established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the Human Mobility Research Centre at Queen's University.
the David W. Bacon Distinguished Speaker Series
Established to support the costs associated with bringing eminent academics or leaders from the spheres of research and practice in Chemical Engineering to Queen's University campus.
the Barrick Gold Corporation Graduate Fellowship
Established by the Barrick Gold Corporation and awarded to two funding-eligible Master of Applied Science students enrolled in the Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining Engineering in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Engineering Society Capital Bed Fund
Established by the Engineering Society to be used for the purchase of lab equipment in undergrad App. Sci. programs. It is not intended, nor is it desirable that this Fund, or the income it generates, will have the effect of reducing the Faculty budget.
The Better Education Donation Fund
Established to provide funding for new equipments (computers, keyboards, etc) to provide better education. Students pay an opt outable fee of $60. Money goes to the department the student belongs to.
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 James Bennett Memorial Endowment Fund in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Established in memory of Professor James Bennett BSc'58, MSc'60. Funds will be used to upgrade equipment, facilities, information, resources and technology in support of teaching and learning at the undergraduate level.
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 H. Graham Bertram Entrance Award in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Established by the H.G. Bertram Foundation in memory of H. Graham Bertram, HLLD'48. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students entering first year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Mechanical Engineering HG Bertram Fund
The fund was established to provide the Head of the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering with discretionary funds to be used for, but not limited to, the purchase of undergrad lab equipment, student initiative groups and renovations.
the Bain Family Equipment Fund
Established by Thomas Bain, BSc(Eng)'65, to support the on-going equipment needs in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering to provide up-to-date technical equipment in the Bain Family Undergraduate/Graduate Computing Laboratory.
the Geoffrey and Shelagh Ballard Award for Sustainable Energy Engineering
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to funding-eligible Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.) or Ph.D. level students who are Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents enrolled in Engineering and Applied Science in the School of Graduate Studies.
the Atherton Engineering Physics Award
Established by David Atherton to recognize a Queen's Engineering Physics professor, who is Canadian, registered Peng and has had at least 5 years post graduate full time employment in an industrial company.
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 Douglas W Jarvis Memorial Fund
Established to fund the purchase of equipment by the Faculty of Applied Science at the Dean's discretion.
the Peter & Joanne Kenny Award in Applied Science
Established by Peter Kenny, BSc'55, and Joanne Kenny. Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and demonstrated leadership qualities to students entering first year in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Frank B Lee Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Frank B. Lee, B.Sc. 1945. Awarded for academic excellence, creative/original thinking, leadership skills, and involvement in school/community activities to a student with a GPA in the top 5% of a third year engineering program.
the Robert J Mitchell Prize
Established in honour of Dr. Robert Mitchell. Awarded to a full-time graduate student in the Department of Civil Engineering. The candidate must demonstrate leadership ability, either within the university or in extra-university activities.
the Cameron Applied Science Scholarship
Established by Hugh Cameron, BSc'73, and Heather Hume, BA'72, MD'78. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student in third or fourth year in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Lorraine and Paul F. Campbell Award
Established by Paul F. Campbell, B.Sc. 1965, and Lorraine Campbell. Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement and involvement in school or community activities to students in any year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Aero Design Team
Funds provide undergraduate students the opportunity to design, build and program remote control aircraft, travel to competitions or conferences, and participate in educational outreach activities.
the Anita Tatar Legacy Fund
Family and friends of Anita Tatar would like to establish a fund in support of women entering into first year engineering with a social purpose to make a difference in the lives of Canadians, or has already demonstrated a drive for social justice issues.
the Dr. Kimberly A. Woodhouse Recognition Fund
Your donation will support the creation of a named fund in honour of Dr. Kimberly A. Woodhouse to celebrate her hard work and dedication as Dean in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science from 2007 to 2017.
the Chemical Engineering Capital Fund
To enhance undergraduate education programs in Chemical Engineering.
the Paul D Chick Memorial Award
A scholarship established in memory of Paul D.D. Chick, MSc'80, is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Head of the Department to a promising graduate student registered in the Department of Mining Engineering.
the Civil Endowment Fund
Established by alumni, faculty and friends of the Department of Civil Engineering to provide the Head of the Department of Civil Engineering with discretionary funds.
Bursaries In Civil Engineering
Covers expenses for Bursaries in Civil Engineering.
Concrete Canoe
Funds provide undergraduate students the opportunity to design and build a concrete canoe, travel to the Canadian National Concrete Canoe Competition or conferences, and participate in educational outreach activities.
Concrete Toboggan
Funds provide undergraduate students the opportunity to design and build a concrete toboggan, travel the Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race (GNCTR) or conferences, and participate in educational outreach activities.
the James Carrigan Walls Scholarship Fund
Established in memory of James Carrigan Walls, BSc(Civil Eng)'82, by Stephen Sorensen, Bcom'76. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students in any year of the Civil Engineering program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
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 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 Centennial International Exchange Fund
Established to provide modest grants to full-time undergraduate students in Chemical Engineering or Engineering Chemistry in the Faculty of Applied Science, to enable them to participate in international educational opportunities.
the Fondation J Armand Bombardier Humanitarian Engineering Fellowship
Awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Civil Engineering pursing humanitarian efforts through engineering. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and an interest in helping to establish or develop sustainability projects globally.
the Arthur Brebner Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Dr. Arthur Brebner. Awarded on the basis of financial need and satisfactory academic record to a student in any year in Civil Engineering.
the Dr Wallace Graham Breck Memorial Prize in Engineering Chemistry
Established by the family of Dr. Wallace Graham Breck, Sc'50, MSc'51, PhD (Cantab.) and awarded annually to the graduating student who is the recipient of the University Medal in Engineering Chemistry in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Robert M Buchan Endowment Fund for the Department of Mining Engineering
Established by Robert M. Buchan to provide funding flexibility for all aspects of Departmental operations including, but not limited to, faculty positions, staff and operating costs.
the Robert M Buchan Expendable Fund for the Department of Mining Engineering
Established by Robert M. Buchan to provide funding flexibility for all aspects of Department of Mining operations including, but not limited to, faculty positions, staff and operating costs.
the Jean Royce Memorial Bursary
Established by Frank A. Ritchie, B.Sc.(Eng) 1942, in memory of Jean Royce, B.A.(Gen) 1930, LL.D. 1968. Awarded on the basis of emergency financial need to a student in the first year program in Applied Science.
the R H Clark Applied Science Award
Established in honour of Professor Emeritus R.H. Clark. Awarded for high academic standing to a student entering the first year of the Faculty of Applied Science.
the William A (Bill) Davis Bursary
Established in June 2008 by the Estate of William A. Davis, BSc(Eng.)'62, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students registered in Electrical Engineering in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Eric R. & Lorraine Davis Memorial Scholarship
Established by friends and family in memory of Lorraine and Eric Davis, B.Sc.Eng 1950. Awarded on the basis of standing of year's work to a student entering second, third or fourth year in any program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Douglas Tutorials Trust Fund
Established to pay salaries for a small group of upper year students hired to tutor first year.
the John Downs Fund
The John Downs Fund will be disbursed at the discretion of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science for the advancement of teaching and learning in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the DuPont Research Innovation Fund in Chemical Engineering
Established by DuPont Canada to support strategic research initiatives in the Department of Chemical Engineering that are of mutual interest to DuPont Canada.
the Frederick I L Dyke Bursary
Established from the estate of Frederick I.L. Dyke, BSc (Engineering)'41 and awarded on the basis of financial need to third or fourth year students in the Faculty of Applied Science. Preference will be given to students in Electrical Engineering.
the A V Corlett Memorial Bursary
Established by former students of Professor A.V. Corlett who for many years was Head of the Department of Mining Engineering at Queen's. Awarded on the basis of financial need and promising ability.
the Faculty of Engineering and Applied 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 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Sustainability Trust
This fund will be used for promoting ongoing sustainability initiatives, investigating the viability of new sustainability initiatives, supporting student initiatives and raising awareness about sustainability within the faculty.
the Engineering and Applied Science ThankQ Fund
Established by Engineering & Applied Science graduating classes to support the Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science. Each year a project will be selected in consultation with the class representative and the Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science.
the James (Jim) O. Fenton Bursary
Established by Gail Fenton in memory of her brother. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in third or fourth year of a Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering degree program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Field Experience Program in Chemical Engineering
Funding to allow Chemical Engineering students to participate in off-campus trips to visit industrial sites, and participate in technical meetings, national or international conferences associated with their studies or relevant to Engineering.
the Douglas Fretts Bursary
Established in memory of Douglas Fretts and Bruce Fretts. Awarded on the basis of satisfactory academic standing and need to an upper year student in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the GeoEngineering Seminar Series
Established by Golder Associates to support the costs associated with bringing speakers with an emphasis on GeoEngineering to Queen's campus.
the Eugene J.A. Gierczak Family Scholarship
Established by Eugene Gierczak, B.Sc. 1974. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to Canadian citizens or permanent residents entering first year of the first entry undergraduate degree program of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Formula SAE Car Fund
Funds provide undergraduate students the opportunity to design and build an open-wheeled formula style race car, travel to competitions or conferences, and participate in educational outreach activities.
the Lorne C Elder Scholarships in Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Established by Lorne C. Elder, B.Sc. 1942, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the second, third, or fourth year of the Mechanical and Materials Engineering program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Electrical and Computer Engineering Trust Fund
Gifts received provide support to enhance the programs and facilities of the Department and to support various student initiatives.
Enbridge Bursary in Engineering and Applied 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 Engineering and Applied Science.
the Engineering Chemistry Industrial Scholarship
Established by Dr Warren Baker. Awarded to a student entering the third year of Engineering Chemistry program in the Faculty of Applied Science on the basis of academic excellence in the second year of the Engineering Chemistry program.
the Engineering Chemistry Program Fund
The Engineering Chemistry Program Fund was established as an endowed fund with annual investment income to be used to enhance the undergraduate engineering chemistry program.
Biomedical Innovation Fund
This fund was established to provide undergraduate students the opportunity to design and build innovative biomedical solutions, travel to competitions or conferences, and participate in educational outreach activities.
Engineering Association
Covers expenses for the Engineering Association.
Engineers Without Borders, Queen's University Chapter (EWB)
Funds provide undergraduate students the opportunity to travel to and participate in EWB African programs during the summer months, attend conferences, and participate in educational outreach activities.
Fuel Cell Team (QFCT)
Funds provide undergraduate students the opportunity to design and build the world's first fuel cell powered snowmobile, travel to competitions or conferences, and participate in educational outreach activities.
Living Energy Lab
Covers expenses for projects, competitions and conferences.
Queen's Project On International Development (QPID)
Funds provide students the opportunity host educational outreach activities on development and global issues, and for travel to participate in community projects in Canada and internationally during the summer months.
Queen's Space Engineering Team (QSET)
Funds provide undergraduate students the opportunity to design, build and program a satellite or space vehicles, travel to competitions and conferences, and participate in educational outreach activities.
Queen's Supermileage
A student-run design team who work collaboratively to put their technical knowledge, creativity and passion towards an innovative solution to optimize fuel efficiency. Funds will be used towards new equipment and materials.
the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Enrichment Program Fund
Funds to be used at the discretion of the Dean for the purposes of enrichment programming in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
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 Fariborz Fallah Bursary
Established by Fariborz Fallah, B.Sc. 1987, M.Sc. 1990, and Catherine Berka, B.Sc. 1987. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's University.
the Michael Farrar Memorial Entrance Award
Established by Ivana A Farrar in memory of her husband Michael Farrar, BSc (Mech. Eng.)'61, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to a student entering the first year in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Victor Milligan Distinguished Lecture Series in GeoEngineering
Established by Golder Associates Ltd. in honour of Victor Milligan to support the costs associated with bringing speakers with an emphasis on GeoEngineering to Queen's University campus.
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 Ho Ming Tai Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established in memory of Ho Ming Tai, Sc'83. Awarded on the basis of standing in first year to an international student in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering and will be renewed in third and fourth year provided honours standing is maintained.
the Colin Jardine Integrated Learning Initiatives Fund
Established by Colin Jardin, B.Sc. 1956, to support integrated learning initiatives and teamwork within the Faculty of Applied Science.
the David and Elinor Jackson Equipment Fund in Chemical Engineering
Established by David Jackson, BSc'55 (Chemical Engineering) and Elinor Jackson to provide sustainable funding to the Department of Chemical Engineering to be used to renew and improve the laboratories, updating aging equipment and supplies.
the D M Jemmett Scholarship
Awarded to a student graduating from the Electrical and Computer Engineering who has achieved the highest average in Electrical Engineering courses of all years. Average is based on marks of final examinations and not on results of any repeated courses.
the Science '48 George A Jewett Entrance Bursary in Applied Science
Established by the class of Science '48 in honour of George A. Jewett. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the John Johnston Mechanical Engineering Student Project Fund
Established by John Johnston, B.Sc.(Eng) 1941, to support mechanical engineering student projects in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Robert K. Jones and A. Joyce Jones Speaker Series in Civil Engineering
Established by Robert K. Jones, Sc'52, and A. Joyce Jones, Arts'53, to support the Department of Civil Engineering's Engineering Forum. Specifically, the funds will be used to support a weekly speaker series.
the Idnani and Reel Award
Established by Vikas Idnani and Elise Reel Idnani, BSc'07, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science with preference given to aboriginal students.
the Science '48 S N Graham Award
Established by the class of Science '48 in honour of Professor S.N. Graham. Awarded on the completion of the second year to a student with a sound academic record who has demonstrated outstanding performance in extra-curricular activities on campus.
the Frederick S Grobb Memorial Fund in Chemical Engineering
Funding to be used by the Department of Chemical Engineering to help meet the cost of post-graduate university education for students taking such courses in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Robert Hall Memorial Award
Founded by the class of Science '86 and the Queen's Mining Club in memory of Robert Hall. Awarded on the basis of interest in the Engineering Society and participation in intramural or intercollegiate sports.
the Dr Laurence Hall Civil Engineering Award
Established by Laurence Hall, B.Sc.(Eng.) 1958, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in any year of the Civil Engineering program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Dr Laurence Hall Civil Engineering Project Fund
Established by Laurence Hall, B.Sc.(Eng.) 1958, to support a Senior Teaching Assistant who will guide undergraduate Civil Engineering students in design projects of one week duration that are focused to improve professional and teamwork skills.
the Harold W Quinn Scholarship
Established by Harold W Quinn, B.Sc. 1953, M.Sc. 1954. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering third year of an Engineering Chemistry program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
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 Hazell Chemical Design and Innovation Endowed Program Fund
Established by Evan Hazell, BSc(Eng) 1981, to support outreach activities in the Department of Chemical Engineering and to bring in guest speakers who are recognized leaders in design and innovation to enrich the programs of research and study.
the Hazell Research Professorship in Chemical Design and Innovation
Established by Evan Hazell, BSc(Eng) 1981, to support an accomplished member of the Department of Chemical Engineering to provide the leadership to grow this distinctive area of focus.
the William & Catherine Hewitson Fund in Civil Engineering
Established in January 2008 through a bequest from the Estate of Catherine M. Hewitson to provide support for the Department of Civil Engineering, to be used at the discretion of the Department Head.
the HMRC Fund
The HMRC Fund was established to enhance teaching and scholarly activity, purchase equipment, and support clinical and pedagogical research in the Human Mobility Research Centre at Queen's University.
the Norman and Gay Loveland Civil Engineering Fund
Established by Norman Loveland, BSc. '65 (Civil), and Gay Loveland to support the Department of Civil Engineering, its staff, graduate and undergraduate students, alumni, government and industry partners, and supporters and friends of the department.
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 Olive Marguerite MacDonald Fund in Engineering Chemistry
Established by Olive Marguerite MacDonald to provide the Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering with discretionary funds.
the Ian J MacDonald Scholarship
Founded in memory of Dr. Ian J. MacDonald, Sc. '54, and awarded to the Mechanical Engineering student completing second year with the highest aggregate mark in the courses in Kinematics, Dynamics, and Solid Mechanics.
the C C MacKinnon Book Prize
Established by the family of the late C.C. MacKinnon, Science '36. Awarded to the second year Mechanical Engineering student with the highest standing on the year's work.
the Dr W B F Mackay Memorial Scholarship in Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Established in memory of Dr. William Brydon Fraser Mackay, HDSc'93. Awarded to a fourth year Mechanical and Materials Engineering student in the Materials Option, on the basis of academic merit and contributions the well-being of the student body.
the Julia Mackenzie Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Julia Mackenzie, BSc (Eng) 2004 to enable students in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science to participate in projects that will provide educational opportunities outside the classroom.
the Michele Mainland Memorial Award
Three separate awards established in memory of Michele Mainland, B.Sc. 1997 for undergraduate students in Chemical Engineering.
the Bruce Lounds Memorial Award
The family and friends of Bruce Lounds want to establish a fund in support of Queen's students, in memory of Bruce.
the Russell and Marjorie Kennedy Field Station Fund
Established by Russell Kennedy, B.Sc.(Eng) 1941, to be used at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Civil Engineering with preference given to assisting the Department in its task of designing, building and protecting our world.
the Shirley C Kennedy Scholarship in Civil Engineering
Established in memory of Shirley C. Kennedy, Arts 1940, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a full-time undergraduate or graduate student in the Department of Civil Engineering.
the Kinross Professorship in Mining Health & Safety
Established by Kinross Gold Corporation to fund a faculty member in the Buchan Department of Mining Engineering with expertise in Mining Health & Safety.
the Mark Latham Memorial Award
Established in memory of Mark Latham (B.Sc. 1983). Awarded to students in good academic standing entering the fourth year of the Faculty of Applied Science. Candidates for this award will have made significant contributions to Queen's and community.
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 Mining Engineering Alumni Fund
Established by alumni to provide the Head of the Department of Mining Engineering with discretionary financial support for the various goals and objectives of the present and future needs of the depaerment.
the Baja SAE Design Team
Funds provide undergraduate students the opportunity to design and build an off-road vehicle, travel to competitions and conferences, and participate in educational outreach activities.
the Mining 1988 Scholarship
Established by the class of Mining 1988 and awarded to a student entering third or fourth year in Mining Engineering who demonstrates good character and leadership potential, a keen interest and aptitude for his or her studies in Mining Engineering.
the Robert M Buchan Department of Mining
This expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Department Head to enhance academic programs and/or research infrastructure in the Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining.
the Michael Moziar Scholarship
Established by Michael Moziar, B.Sc.(Mech.Eng.) 1962, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering second, third or fourth year in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
the Milbourne Memorial Scholarship in Metallurgy
Established in memory of Glen Milbourne. Awarded on the basis of academic performance to a student graduating from the Materials option in Mechanical Engineering on the basis of interpersonal and communication skills.
the Keith McCaffrey Awards
Established by Marguerite McCaffrey in memory of her husband, Keith McCaffrey, BSc'43 (Mechanical Engineering), and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in any year of the Mechanical Engineering.
the Joseph N. McCarey Memorial Award
Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in second, third, or fourth year of the Mechanical Engineering plan in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. Preference to students from the greater Quinte area.
the Barbara and James McCowan Scholarship in Engineering Chemistry
Established by Dr. James McCowan and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering second year of an Engineering Chemistry program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the J D McCowan Prize in Integrated Learning
Established in honour of Dr. James D. McCowan. Awarded to a graduating student or graduating members of the student team that have made a significant contribution to the Integrated Learning Initiative during their time in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Andrew R McCulloch Award in Electrical & Computer Engineering
Established by Andrew R. McCulloch, Sci'52 (Electrical Engineering). Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in the second, third or fourth year of a program within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
the Donald and Joan McGeachy Chair in Biomedical Engineering
Established by the Estate of Donald McGeachy, B.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering) 1940, to fund a Chair in Biomedical Engineering, a prestigious position for a faculty member
the Donald McGeachy Fund for Human Motion Performance
Established by the Estate of Donald McGeachy, B.Sc. (Mech Eng) 1940, to enhance equipment and research in the new Human Motion Performance Laboratory at Queen's University.
the D D C McGeachy Distinguished Alumni Entrance Scholarships
Established by Don McGeachy, BSc'40, and awarded to students entering the first year undergraduate program in the Faculty of Applied Science, who have an overall admission average of at least 90% including high school prerequisite courses and English.
the McLean Family Award in Student Design
To honour Kenneth McLean BSc'05, awarded to upper year Applied Science students with averages of at least 65% who are actively involved on a student design team, preference to students who are members of the Solar Vehicle Team and from outside Ontario.
the E H McLellan Scholarship
Established in memory of Edward Hugh McLellan, Sc.'80. Awarded annually to the Civil Engineering student with the highest aggregate standing in CIVL 341 and CIVL 451.
the Andrew McMahon Awards
Established in memory of Andrew M. McMahon, Sc. '59. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to first-year and third-year students in Applied Science.
the William S McMath Award in Applied Science
Established in memory of William S. McMath, BSc(Eng)'65. Awarded to a student registered in second year in the Faculty of Applied Science, on the basis of financial need and strong participation in extracurricular activities.
the Simon McNally Bursary in Civil Engineering
Established in memory of Simon McNally. Awarded on the basis of need, scholarship and evidence of construction experience and practical background, to a third year student in Civil Engineering.
the Mech Eng Trust
This fund is used at the discretion of the Department Head to support students and enhance academic programs and/or research infrastructure in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering.
the Faculty of Applied Science Upper Year Bursary
Established by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering second, third or fourth year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Applied Science '48 Award
Established by the Class of Science 1948 and awarded to upper year students in the Faculty of Applied Science on the basis of financial need and a sound academic standing.
the Applied Science 97 Bursary
Established by the Class of Science 1997. Awarded on the basis of financial need, extra-curricular activities or community service, to upper year students enrolled in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Robert F & Helen G Cole Bursary
Established in May 2007 by Robert F. Cole and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any year or program of studies in the Faculty of Applied 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 Maurice G Corbett Entrance Bursary in Applied Science
Established in honour of Maurice G. Corbett, B. Sc. '61, MBA '66, by Bloom Investment Counsel, Inc. Awarded on the basis of financial need to undergraduate students entering the first year of studies in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Joseph Henry Davis Memorial Bursary in Applied Science
Established by Merritt Davis, BSc(Eng)'45, and Edith Davis, and awarded on the basis of need to undergraduate students in any year or program of study in the Faculty of Applied Science. Preference will be given to students from Hastings County, Ontario.
the Dean's Scholars Entrance Bursary
Established by the Dean's Scholars of the Faculty of Applied Science and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Dyer Awards
Established by Gerald Dyer, B.Sc.(Eng) 1952. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in second or third year of any program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the W John Evert Bursary in Civil Engineering
Established by W. John Evert to provide financial support for a Civil Engineering student in financial need.
the James Bennett Memorial Award
Established in memory of Jim Bennett, M.Sc.(Eng) 1960. Awarded to a student in fourth year of an Applied Science undergraduate degree program, on basis of financial need, academic achievement, leadership and service to the Kingston community.
the Mark A. Bernstein (Science 1948) Award in Engineering
Established by Mark Alan Bernstein, B.Sc. 1948, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to a student in the third year of the Engineering Chemistry program.
the Ronald and Deanna Biggs Entrance Award
Established by Ronald C. Biggs, B. Sc. (Eng) 1961 and Deanna E. Biggs. Awarded to a student entering the first-year program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science on the basis of financial need, academics and extra-curricular activities.
the James P Bradley Entrance Bursary
Established by James P. Bradley, BSc 1969, MBA 1974, and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science who has not received a Queen's University entrance scholarship.
the Brison Family Award in Engineering
Established by John W. Brison, Science 1948, Dr. Robert J. Brison, and other family members. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students in any year of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the L A Munro Awards in Engineering Chemistry
Established by Professor L.A. Munro, who for many years was a member of the Department of Chemistry at Queen's. The award is presented annually for general proficiency to a graduating student of the Engineering Chemistry program.
the Emil Nenniger International Exchange Scholarship in Chemical Engineering
Established by Dr. Emil Nenniger, BSc'50 and awarded on the basis of academic merit to a third year student in the Department of Chemical Engineering or Engineering Chemistry, who has been selected to participate in an international exchange program.
the G & C Fund
Established to provide special financial assistance to students in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Thomas J Harris Entrance Bursary in Applied Science
Established to honour Thomas J. Harris. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Hatch Award in Applied Science
Awarded on the basis of need and academic merit to full-time students in the second year in any program in the Faculty of Applied Science.The award is renewable for third year provided satisfactory academic standing is maintained and need remains evident.
the Sadako and Michio Hayashi Award
Established in honour of Sadako and Michio Hayashi. Awarded to full-time students in financial need who maintain a satisfactory academic standing, and are registered in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Science '95 Bursary in Applied Science
Established by the Class of Science '95. Awarded on the basis of financial need and extra-curricular activities to two students in their second, third or fourth year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Applied Science Entrance Bursary
Established by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 1957 Key Bursary
Established by members of the Class of Applied Science 1957 and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any year or program of studies in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 1963 Ontario Bursary
Established by the class of Science 1963, and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in second year of any engineering program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Dean Smith Applied Science Bursary
Established by Dean Smith, B.Sc. 1981, and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in the second year in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Raleigh Smith Bursary in Applied Science
Established by Raleigh Smith and awarded to a student entering the first year of a program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science on the basis of financial need and academic merit.
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 Mary Ruth Uffen Entrance Award in Applied Science
Established in memory of Mary Ruth Uffen. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a female student entering the first year of the Applied Science.
the Wasmund Family Aboriginal Scholars Award
Established by Dr. Bert Wasmund (B.Sc.1961) and Dr. Eric Wasmund (B.Sc.1988). Awarded to Aboriginal students entering first year in any undergraduate degree program with preference to a program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Women in Engineering Bursary
Established in memory of the fourteen women killed at the Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal on 6 December 1989. Awarded to an upper year female engineering student showing financial need.
the Albert H Ruddell Awards
Established by Albert H. Ruddell, B. Sc. 1952 (Mechanical Engineering), and awarded to a student entering the first year of Engineering and Applied Science on the basis of financial need and academic excellence.
the Science 41 Entrance Bursary
Established by the class of Science '41. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student(s) entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 45 Bursary
Established by the class of Science 1945. Awarded to students in any year of the Faculty of Applied Science on the basis of satisfactory academic performance, financial need and participation in a broad range of student activities.
the Science 46 Memorial Entrance Award
Established by the Class of Science 1946 and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to a student entering the first-year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 47 Entrance Bursary
Established by the class of Science '47 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first-year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 51 Entrance Bursary
Established by the Class of Science 1951 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first-year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science '54 Bursary
Established by the members of Science '54 and given in appreciation of the effort of Fred Siemonsen, Science '54, and his wife, Mary Lou Siemonsen. Awarded to a student in the Faculty of Applied Science on the basis of financial need.
the Science '56 Entrance Bursary in Applied Science
Established by the class of Science '56 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 58 Bursary in Applied Science
Established by the class of Science '58 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science '61 Entrance Bursary
Established by the Class of Science 1961 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first-year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 1965 Entrance Award
Established by the Class of Science '65 and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 68 Entrance Bursary
Established by the Class of Science '68 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science '77 Bursary in Applied Science
Established by the Class of Science '77 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
The Science '89 Bursary
Established by the Class of Science '89 and awarded on the basis of financial need to an upper-year student in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Leo and Mary Kenny Memorial Award in Applied Science
Established by Peter Kenny, B. Sc.'55 in memory of his parents, and awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and demonstrated leadership qualities to students entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the William G Lynn Entrance Bursary in Applied Science
Established in memory of William G. Lynn, founder of Continental Conveyor companies and Thetford Mines and a proud supporter of Canadian engineering and business education. Awarded on the basis of need to a student entering the first year Applied Science.
the Michael Craig Matangi Memorial Bursary
Established in memory of Michael (Mike) Craig Matangi. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the fourth year of the Mechanical Engineering program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Robert Malcolm McKenzie Bursary in Electrical Engineering
Established in memory of Robert Malcolm McKenzie, Sc. '12, and awarded annually on the basis of need to an Electrical Engineering student who is a Canadian citizen with a sound academic record and is active in extra-curricular activities and athletics.
the Kenneth H McKibbin Bursary
Established by Brigadier General Kenneth H. McKibbin, Sc. 1938, and awarded to a student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering on the basis of financial need.
the Lawrence B Merrell Award
Established by the estate of Yvette Merrell. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in second, third or fourth year of Mining Engineering or Geological Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Norma Nugent Graduate Award
Established in honour of Norma Nugent. Awarded to graduate students with preference to graduate students in Engineering and Applied Science.
the Pound & Richards Family Bursary
Established in memory of William Richards, B.Sc. 1926, M.Sc. 1928, Stephen Richards, B.Sc. 1936, and John Pound, B.Sc. 1913. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in any undergraduate year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Rapson Family Endowment in Chemical Engineering
Established to provide the Head, Chemical Engineering, under the authority of the Dean, Faculty of Applied Science, discretionary financial support for various present and future needs.
the James H Rattray Memorial Bursaries in Applied Science
Established by Major James H. Rattray, M.C., a number of bursaries may be awarded at the discretion of the Dean of Applied Science on the basis of merit and need.
the Michael and Catherine Purcell Admission Bursary
Established by Catherine and Michael Purcell. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students entering first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program or first year of an undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science.
the Paithouski Prize Fund
Established in memory of Nicholas J. Paithouski, BSc'40, by his son, N. Joseph Paithouski, BSc'80. Awarded to the graduating engineering student who has demonstrated the most consistent improvement in academic performance.
the James Russell Papoe Entrance Scholarship
Established in 2009 by the Estate of Robert Papoe, B.Com.1978, and awarded to a student entering first year of the undergraduate program in Applied Science, on the basis of academic excellence in English in the year preceding admission to Applied Science.
the David Parkes Scholarship in Applied Science
Established in by David Parkes, BSc'68, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a full-time upper year student in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Pierre A Pasquet Memorial Bursary
Established by Marie, BAH'75, and Michel Lapointe in memory of Marie's father, Pierre A. Pasquet, BSc'42. Awarded on the basis of need to students in the second year of the Mechanical and Materials Engineering program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Christopher Petrie Memorial Prize in Physics
Awarded to a student in either of the Faculties of Engineering and Applied Science or Arts and Science who has obtained a first-class standing in a third-year laboratory course in experimental physics.
the Anthony J. Petrina Engineering Bursary
Established in memory of Andrew J. Petrina, B.Sc. 1959 by Gloria Petrina. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students enrolled in any year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. Preference to students in Mining Engineering.
the Mark Pettit Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Mark Pettit, B.Sc. 2000. Awarded to a third year Mechanical Engineering student who is accepted into the Undergrad Internship Program, and who possess an enthusiasm for engineering, helping classmates and a good academic record.
the F.G.T. Pickard Memorial Award in Earth Sciences
Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and involvement in extra-curricular activities to students in second, third, or fourth year in Geological Science, Geological Engineering, Mining Engineering or Mechanical Engineering; materials option.
the Polycorp Ltd/Kumar Scholarship in Mining Engineering
Established by Polycorp Ltd. in recognition of Pramod Kumar, PEng and in memory of his father, Dr. Jiwan Lal Gupta. Awarded on the basis of academic merit to a student entering second, third or fourth year of Minining Engineering in Applied Science.
the Shell Experiential Learning Fund
Established by Shell Canada Limited to cover Queen's University student projects related to the Oil and Gas industry including, but not limited to, Technology Engineering, Geological Sciences, Mining, etc.
the Shell Canada Fall Sedimentary Field Trips Fund
Established by Shell Canada Limited to assist with the funding of undergraduate student field programs in geology.
the Shell Canada Surface Mining Experience
Established by Shell Canada Limited to enhance the undergraduate student learning experience with respect to Planning, Design, and Environmental Management in Surface Mining.
the E C (Al) Speers Fellowship in Geological Engineering
Established in memory Al Speers, Ph.D. '56, and awarded to the graduate student with a first-class standing and who is judged by the Department of Geological Sciences to have the best research proposal after the first year of graduate work.
the Student Experience Fund
This fund will support competitive design teams, outreach programs, conferences, clubs and student-led campus businesses which in turn provide invaluable teamwork, leadership project planning, design, marketing and communication skills to our students.
the Carolyn F Small Memorial Award for Design Innovation
Established in memory of Carolyn F. Small, BSc'73. Awarded on the basis of creativity in the practice of engineering design to students who are directly involved with extracurricular design efforts associated with the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Raymond H and Phyllis J Smart Scholarship in Applied Science
Established by the Estate of Phyllis J. Smart and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering second, third or fourth year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the F E Smith Fellowship in Communications Engineering Theory
Established by Frank E. Smith, awarded to a graduate student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering or in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, entering a program where thesis research is in communications engineering theory.
the Queen's Solar Design Team
Funds provide undergraduate students the opportunity to design and build a solar house, travel to competitions and conferences and participate in educational outreach activities.
the Christopher Rousch and Nicole Lilge Award
Awarded to students entering second year of a Bachelor of Applied Science in the Faculty of Applied Science who have displayed the greatest improvement at the end of first year after completing Section 900.
the Mostly Autonomous Sailboat Team (MAST)
Funds provide undergraduate students the opportunity to design, build and program a fully autonomous sailboat, travel to competitions or conferences, and participate in educational outreach activities.
the Science 2001 Student Initiatives Fund
Established to provide the Dean of Applied Science with discretionary support for various student activities. The funds may be used for the following: support of student conferences; support of student design teams; support extra-curricular participation.
the Science 1966 Bursary
Established by members of the Class of Science 1966 and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students in any year of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's University.
the Science 2006 Tea Room
Established in October 2006 by the graduating class of Science 2006 to provide funds to support the Tea Room located in Beamish-Munro Hall to help cover start up costs.
the Science '50 Entrance Bursary
Established by the class of Science 1950 and awarded on the basis of financial need to a student entering the first year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 1959 Admission Award
Established in 1999 by the alumni of the Class of Science 1959 and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to a student entering the first-year program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 1963 Bursary
Established by the class of Science 1963, and awarded on the basis of financial need to students in second year of any engineering program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 1964 Equipment Fund
Established by the class of Science 1964 to provide the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science with discretionary financial support for equipment needs in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Science '73 Student Initiatives Fund
To provide the Dean of Applied Science with discretionary support for various present and future needs as related to student activities.
the Science '74 Leadership Traditions Fund
Established by the class of Applied Science 1974 to provide discretionary funding to the Dean of Applied Science to support and encourage the tradition of student leadership through student-directed activities in the Faculty.
the Science 1979 Forever Fund
Established by the Class of Science 1979 to be used for: 1) funding for undergraduate students to enable them to participate in competitions, conferences, projects or other activities; 2) the activities of the Queen's Engineering Society.
the Science 1994 Legacy Fund
Established in January 2008 by the class of Applied Science 1994 to provide the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science discretionary financial support for various present and future needs.
the Science '96 Fund
Established by the graduating class of Science 1993 to be used for the purchase of library equipment for engineering and applied science.
the Science 1990 3rd Year Open Horizons Award
Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement and involvement in school or community activities to students in third year of a Bachelor of Applied Science degree program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Science 1982 Award in Applied Science
Established by the class of Science 1982, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to students in any year or program of study in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Science 1998 ThankQ Fund
Established by members of the Class of Applied Science 1998 to provide the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science with discretionary financial support for equipment needs in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the David G Vice Entrance Award
Established by David G. Vice, B.Sc. 1955, D.Sc. 1993. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students entering the first year first entry undergraduate program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Adam Wallgren Memorial Award
Established by the Class of Science '90 and awarded to a first year engineering student who through his/her kind actions and friendly disposition eased the rigors of day-to-day life in first year.
the Woeller Graduate Award in GeoEngineering
Established by David Woeller, B.Sc. 1978. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to MA or PhD level students enrolled in the GeoEngineering program. Preference to students with a demonstrated interest in site investigation and soil characterization.
the H F Zurbrigg Memorial Scholarship
Established by H.F. Zurbrigg, Sci'31, in memory of his parents. Awarded to a Canadian App. Sci. grad continuing at Queen's as a post-graduate in any faculty, or as an undergraduate in Law or Medicine, on the basis of scholarship and English proficiency.
the WAMIC Scholarship
Established by the Women's Association of the Mining Industry of Canada Foundation. Awarded to students in the Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining or the Geological Engineering program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the WAMIC Wood Award
Established by the Women's Association of the Mining Industry of Canada Foundation. Awarded to students in the third year in the Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining or the Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering.
the George Thomas Warren Bursary in Applied Science
Established by Mrs. Evelyn Warren, in memory of her husband, George Thomas Warren, BSc(Eng.)'38. Awarded on the basis of need to second, third, or fourth year undergraduate students registered in any program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the George Thomas Warren Scholarship in Computer Engineering
Established by Mrs. Evelyn Warren, in memory of her husband, George Thomas Warren, BSc(Eng.)'38. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to full-time students entering second year of the Computer Engineering program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Robert T. Whillans Award
Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to second, third or fourth year students enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree program in Geological Sciences or Bachelor of Applied Science degree program in Geological Engineering.
the Sustainable Engineering Student Initiatives Fund
Established to provide support to innovative projects by students of the Faculty of Applied Science in the area of sustainable development.
the Teaching and Research Fund
Support of this fund will help launch new Centres of Excellence with the creation of the Centre for Mineral Resource Studies, the Centre for Water, Environment and Health, and the Queen's Energy Institute.
the David J. Turcke Building Partnerships Fund in Civil Engineering
Established to honour the memory of David J. Turcke, and his significant efforts in establishing strong and on-going links with the civil engineering industry. The fund will support the costs associated with building and maintaining industry partnerships.