Queen's School of Computing
The Jal F. Bamji Memorial Bursary
Established by Dr. P.J. Bamji in memory of his father, Jal F. Bamji, and awarded to a student in the Department of Computing and Information Science on the basis of financial need. The money should preferably, though not necessarily, be used to purchase books for the intended course of study. If there is no suitable candidate, the funds shall be added to the Viloo J. Bamji Memorial Bursary and awarded to a student in the School of Music. Value: $250

The Anne Bodnarchuk Memorial Award
Established by family and friends in memory of Anne Bodnarchuk, B.A. 1957, HLL.D 1984, Queen's, who led a distinguished career with Air Canada for 30 years in operations research and computer science, and was the company's first female Vice-President. Anne served on the University Council of Queen's and as a member of the Board of Trustees. Awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence to an upper year student in the Computing and Information Science program.

The Ruth Harriet McKenzie Bursary
Established by her family in memory of Ruth Harriet McKenzie. Awarded on the basis of financial need to an upper year student registered in a B.Sc. (Hon.) program in Computing and Information Science. Extra-curricular activities will also be considered. Preference will be given to a female student.

The Investors Group Award
Established by Investors Group, a Canadian corporation which strongly supports education and youth development, arts and culture, and amateur sports. Awarded annually to undergraduate students enrolled full-time in the Faculty of Arts and Science or the School of Business on the basis of financial need, academic excellence, and involvement in extra-curricular and/or community activities. Students must also have taken two or more courses in at least one of the following areas: finance, human resource management, sociology, or computing and information science.

The Nortel Networks Upper Year Awards
Established by Nortel Networks and Queen's University and awarded to students in years two, three and four enrolled in ATOP eligible programs in the Faculty of Applied Science and the Faculty of Arts and Science on the basis of superior academic performance and financial need. Sixteen awards are available

Applied Science - 10 awards
Arts and Science - 6 awards

Professors For A Better Queen's Bursary
Established by Lorne Carmichael and Susan Hara and awarded on the basis of financial need to a full-time or part-time student registered in a program in Economics, Applied Economics, Computing and Information Science, Software Design or Cognitive Science who has been admitted to Queen's under the mature student regulation.

Sony of Canada Ltd. Scholarship
Established by Sony of Canada Ltd. to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the arrival of the first Sony product in Canada. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to an undergraduate student who is entering the fourth year of a degree program in the School of Computing in the Faculty of Arts and Science and to a third year undergraduate student in the Computer Engineering Program in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Faculty of Applied Science.

The Arts and Science Undergraduate Society Scholarships
Three equal scholarships, established by the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society, are awarded annually on the basis of a combination of achievement in extracurricular activities and academic endeavours. These scholarships will be awarded to students registered in their fourth year of studies in the Faculty of Arts and Science. Each year one student with a medial or major concentration in one of the following areas will be a recipient of one scholarship.

Area of Studies I - Art, Classics, Drama, English, Film Studies, French, German, History, Music, Philosophy, Religion, Russian, Spanish and Italian.
Area of Studies II - Economics, Geography, Physical and Health Education, Politics, Psychology, Sociology.
Area of Studies III - Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computing and Information Science, Geology, Life Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics.

Applications are to be submitted to the President of the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society by October 30th of the fourth year.
Applications will be screened in confidence by a student committee of representatives from each of three areas of studies, an ASUS executive member and an ASUS Senator. The final selection will be made at a meeting of Awards Committee and the Honorary President of ASUS (or delegate). If in any particular year there is deemed to be no suitable candidate for an area of study, the scholarship will not be awarded for that particular area. Value: variable

For more details and how to apply, please visit the Student Awards Website.