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A PDF version of the 2009-2010 Academic Calendar is available here.

1. Welcome to Mount Allison University
2. Glossary of Academic Terms and Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events 2009-2010
Provisional Calendar of Events 2010-2011 (subject to change)

3. Admission

3.1. Contact Information
3.2. Admission to the University
3.3. Minimum General Admission Requirements
3.4. Additional Admission Requirements
3.5. Notes on Entry to First-Year Courses
3.6. Requirements for Non-Canadian Education Systems
3.7. English Requirements
3.8. Mature Students
3.9. Admission with Advanced Standing
3.10. Transfer Students
3.11. Visiting Students
3.12. Exchange Students
3.13. Special Circumstances
3.14. Graduate Studies

4. Fees

4.1. Fees and Expenses
4.2. Deposits for Full-Time Students
4.3. Payment of Fees
4.4. Late Fees and Interest Charges
4.5. Withdrawals and Student Accounts

5. Financial Assistance

5.1. Scholarships
5.2. Bursaries
5.3. Pre-Theological Bursaries
5.4. Special Summer Research Scholarships
5.5. The Donald A. Cameron Student Loan Fund

6. Academic Regulations

6.1. Registration Procedures
6.2. Changes in Registration/Programs (Fall and Winter terms)
6.3. Withdrawal from University
6.4. Advanced Placement
6.5. Transfer Credits
6.6. Degree Requirements
6.7. Degree with Distinction Requirements
6.8. Honours Degree Requirements
6.9. Second Undergraduate Degree Requirements
6.10. Honours Certificate
6.11. Grading System
6.12. Standards of Performance
6.13. Academic Offences
6.14. Missed Coursework or Tests
6.15. Examination Regulations
6.16. Continuous Learning
6.17. Transcripts
6.18. Replacement/Duplicate Diplomas
6.19. Graduation/Convocation
6.20. Notification of Disclosure of Personal Information to Statistics Canada
6.21. Email Communication

7. Academic Programs

7.1. B.A. and B. Sc. General Regulations
7.2. Bachelor of Arts
7.3. Bachelor of Science
7.4. Master of Science
7.5. Bachelor of Commerce
7.6. Bachelor of Music
7.7. Bachelor of Fine Arts
7.8. Certificate of Bilingualism
7.9. Certificat De Bilinguisme
7.10. Pre-Professional Requirements
7.11. International Programs

8. Continuous Learning

8.1. Miramichi First Year at Home Program
8.2. Moncton Program
8.3. Correspondence Program
8.4. Spring/Summer Term Courses
8.5. Seminars and Workshops
8.6. Fees
8.7. Financial Aid
8.8. Courses Through Continuous Learning as Part of a Normal Course Load
8.9. Overload Courses Through Continuous Learning
8.10. Deadlines and Extensions for Correspondence Courses
8.11. Withdrawal from Correspondence Courses
8.12. Withdrawal from Spring/Summer Term Courses (non-correspondence)
8.13. Contact Information

9. Programs and Courses of Instruction

American Studies
Art History
Canadian Public Policy
Canadian Studies
Cognitive Science
Commerce/Ron Joyce Centre for Business Studies
Computer Science
Drama Studies
English Literatures
Environmental Science
Environmental Studies
Fine Arts
French Studies
Geography and Environment
German Studies
Hispanic Studies
International Economics and Business
International Relations
Japanese Studies
Modern Languages and Literatures
Political Science
Religious Studies
Sociology / Anthropology
Spanish Studies
Women's Studies

10. Co-Curricular Life

10.1. The Student Union
10.2. The Argosy Weekly
10.3. CHMA FM
10.4. Garnet and Gold Society
10.5. Windsor Theatre
10.6. Student Entertainment Office
10.7. Residence Council
10.8. The Tantramarsh Club
10.9. Student Employment
10.10. Accommodation
10.11. Department of Physical Recreation and Athletics
10.12. Religious Life on Campus
10.13. Student Life
10.14. Student Life Resources
10.15. Services for Students With Disabilities

11. General Information

11.1. The Mount Allison University Libraries and Archives
11.2. The Libraries' Endowment Funds
11.3. The Mount Allison Federated Alumni, Inc.
11.4. Computer Facilities
11.5. Mount Allison University Bookstore
11.6. Banking Services
11.7. Performing Arts Series

12. Personnel

12.1. Officers of the University
12.2. The Regents of Mount Allison
12.3. The Senate of Mount Allison
12.4. Officers of Administration
12.5. Chancellors Emeriti
12.6. Presidents Emeriti
12.7. Registrars Emeriti
12.8. Professors Emeriti
12.9. Librarians Emeriti
12.10. Academic Staff
12.11. Meighen Centre for Learning Assistance and Research
12.12. Student Life
12.13. Department of Physical Recreation and Athletics


1. Lectureships, Trusts and Fellowships
2. Endowed Chairs
3. Faculty Awards
4. Scholarships
5. Bursaries
6. Pre-Theological Funds
7. Prizes



1 Lectureships, Trusts and Fellowships

1.1 The Josiah Wood Lectureship

This lectureship was founded and endowed in the autumn of 1925 by the Hon. Josiah Wood, D.C.L., a member of the first Mount Allison class.

The Wood lecturers have included Sir George E. Foster, Sir Robert Falconer, Dr. T.R. Glover, Rev. Lloyd Douglas, James Irvine, Rev. H.J. Cody, Dr. Alfred Noyes, Rev. Richard Roberts, Frank Parker Day, Sir Robert Boothby, Hon. Vincent Massey, Lord Bridges, Dr. Wilder Penfield, Dr. G.P. Grant, the Hon. Robert Stanfield, Dr. John Kenneth Galbraith, the Hon. Dr. Flora MacDonald, and Lester Brown.

1.2 The Bronfman Lecture Series

This lecture series was established in 1979, through the generosity of the Samuel and Saidye Bronfman Foundation. With the endowment of a fund to provide for the invitation to campus of a distinguished lecturer, the Bronfman Lecture series allows undergraduate researchers at the University the unique experience of meeting with noted scholars.

Distinguished lecturers have included: Professor Maurice Wilkins, FRS, winner of the Nobel Prize for his discovery of DNA, Dr. Brian Josephson, FRS, winner of the Nobel Prize for his work with the Josephson Junction, Prof. Gerhard Herzberg, FRS, winner of the Nobel Prize for his study of interplanetary matter in space, Sir Andrew Huxley, O.M., FRS, for his studies in Physiology and Medicine and Dr. James M. Buchanan for his studies in the Theory of Economics and Political Decision Making.

1.3 The Crake Lectureship in Classical Studies

The Crake Lecture was established in 1978 through the generosity of Dr. J.E.A. Crake, Professor Emeritus of Classics at Mount Allison University, and of the Crake Foundation, thus enabling the Department of Classics, in association with the Crake Foundation, to invite annually a distinguished scholar to give a public lecture on a subject drawn from the cultures of Greece and Rome.

Since the inception of the series the following distinguished academics have delivered the lectures: Professor James Russell, University of British Columbia; Professor Amanda Claridge, Princeton University; Dr. Rupert Bruce-Mitford, British Museum; Professor Malcolm McGregor, University of British Columbia; Professor Geoffrey Kirk, Cambridge University; Professor John Boardman, Oxford University; Professor T.D. Barnes, University of Toronto; Professor Peter Green, University of Texas; Professor C.W.J. Eliot, Mount Allison University; Professor Lillian Feder, City University of New York; Sir Kenneth Dover, Oxford University; Professor Keith Hopkins, Cambridge University; Professor Barry Cunliffe, Oxford University; Professor Elaine Fantham, Princeton University; Professor Oliver Taplin, Oxford University; Professor T.P. Wiseman, University of Exeter; Professor G.P. Goold, Yale University; Professor Susan Treggiari, Stanford University; Professor Eugene N. Borza, Pennsylvania State University; Professor Nial Rudd, University of Bristol; Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, British School at Rome; Professor Erich S. Gruen, University of California at Berkeley; Professor Josiah Ober, Princeton University; Professor Eleanor Winsor Leach, Indiana University; Professor Anne Carson, McGill University; Professor Virginia Hunter, York University; Dr. Ian Morris, Stanford University; Professor Edward Champlin, Princeton University; Professor Susan Rotroff, Washington University, St. Louis; Professor Michael C. J. Putnam, Brown University; Professor Gregory Crane, Tufts University; Professor Keith Bradley, Notre Dame University; and Dr. Helen King, University of Reading.

1.4 The Wilford B. Jonah Lecture Series

The Wilford B. Jonah Lecture Series was established in 2000 through the generosity of Wilford B. Jonah, a member of the Class of 1936. The endowment created is intended to provide funds to enable the University to bring to campus persons of high international stature and prominence to give a public lecture and where possible to take part in a forum of discussion with students.

Distinguished lecturers have included: Mordecai Richler, author and essayist; Dr. David Suzuki, scientist, broadcaster and environmental advocate; Dr. Lawrence Krauss, Case Western Reserve University, world renowned physicist and author; Steve Wozniak, co-founder Apple Computers; and Richard Florida, academic and author.

1.5 Crake Doctoral Fellowship in Classics

This fellowship was established by the Crake Foundation in 1984 in memory of Dr. J.E.A. Crake. It is open to Canadian citizens and permanent residents who at the time of taking up the fellowship have completed all course and residential requirements for the Doctorate in Classics and who can reasonably be expected to finish the Doctorate during the year of tenure. The holder is asked to teach the equivalent of six credits and give a public lecture.

Since its inception, the fellowship has been held by William G. Kerr, Princeton University; Johannes vanderLeest, University of Toronto; Sarah M. Bonnycastle, University of Michigan; Carol Gordon, McMaster University; Riemer Faber, University of Toronto; Thomas Goud, University of Toronto; Frances A. Skoczylas, University of Toronto; Christopher Marshall, University of Edinburgh; Angela Kalinowski, University of Toronto; Rebecca Nagel, Harvard University; Gordon Nixon, University of Toronto; John Harris, University of Illinois; Paul Chenier, Stanford University; Leslie Shumka, University of Victoria; Kelly MacFarlane, University of Alberta; Myles McCallum, State University of New York at Buffalo; Brad Levett, University of Washington; Carol King, Brown University; Rachel Levine, University of Toronto; Andrew Faulkner, Oxford University; Aven McMaster, University of Toronto; Allison Surtees, Johns Hopkins University; Milo Nikolic, University of Victoria; and Jody Gordon, University of Cincinnati.

1.6 The Ebbutt Memorial Trust for Religious Studies

The Trust was established by the Rev. Arthur J. Ebbutt, B.A., B.D., Th.D., D.D., L.L.D., in memory of his wife Helen MacNaughton Ebbutt. Dr. Ebbutt taught at Mount Allison University from 1947 to 1971, serving as Dean of the Faculty of Arts from 1954 to 1963. Under his leadership, a Department of Religion was established in 1960, the name being changed in 1968 to the Department of Religious Studies.

The Trust is intended to promote a standard of excellence within the Department of Religious Studies by supporting activities which augment those financed through the regular budget. These include provision of scholarships for students in Religious Studies, acquisition of new Library resources in Religious Studies, and sponsoring lectures by reputable scholars in Biblical and Theological Studies.

Ebbutt Lectures have been delivered by Malcolm Miller, Chartres Cathedral (1982); Dr. William Klassen, Inter-Faith Academy of Peace, Jerusalem (1985); Dr. Douglas J. Hall of McGill University (1988); Sir Owen Chadwick of Cambridge University (1989); Dr. Willem Saayman of the University of South Africa (1991); Dr. Eileen Schuller of McMaster University (1992); Dr. William Klempa of Presbyterian College, Montreal; Dr. John S. Moir of the University of Toronto (1994); Prof. A. Üner Turgay, Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University (1996); Dr. Victor Sogen Hori of McGill University (2000); and Dr. Erin Runions of Pomona College (2006).

2 Endowed Chairs

The University is fortunate in the number of endowed professorships that have been established, and is very grateful to those who, by generous gift or bequest, have made them possible. The endowment of a Chair is a highly valued means of supporting the University and a particularly wise investment in higher education.

Information about the endowed chairs is of historical significance, and of general interest, too. Some of it is summarized here.

2.1 Clement Chandler Avard and Florence Sybil Avard Chair in French Language

The endowment for this Chair was provided by a bequest from the estate of Clement Chandler Avard, 1875-1956. Born in Point de Bute, he graduated from the New Brunswick Teachers' College and Mount Allison, B.A., 1898. He was called to the Bar in New Brunswick in 1901 but did not practice. He established the Sackville Tribune in 1902 and the Tribune Printing Company in 1906, and continued in control of these companies until 1947. During his lifetime he served on the Board of Directors of several Maritime Companies.

He had a deep interest in education. For fifteen years he served as Chairman of the Sackville School Board. He was a member of the Board of Regents of Mount Allison for thirty-four years, and also served as Chairman. In 1948 he was honoured by Mount Allison University with a Doctor of Literature Degree.

The Chair, established in 1956, has been held by Allan MacBeth, B.A., M.A., 1956-1965; J. Gordon Andison, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 1965-1970; and Peter Edwards, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 2005-2007.

2.2 The Walter B. Cowan Chair in Religious Studies

The Walter B. Cowan Chair in Religious Studies is endowed with a bequest from Walter B. Cowan, a distinguished lawyer and prominent United Church layman. Charles H.H. Scobie, S.T.M., M.A., B.D., Ph.D., D.D., was appointed the first Cowan Professor of Religious Studies in 1985.

2.3 The Edgar and Dorothy Davidson Chair in Canadian Studies

Believed to be the first of its kind in Canada, the Edgar and Dorothy Davidson Chair of Canadian Studies was established in 1969. The Chair has been most generously endowed and is named in honour of Dr. Edgar Davidson and Dr. Dorothy Davidson of Ottawa.

Mr. and Mrs. Davidson have over the years gathered together a rich collection of Canadiana books, imprints and manuscripts of great rarity and value and many fine examples of early Canadian glass, of Canadian furniture of the 18th Century, and of Canadian painting and sculpture of the 19th and 20th Centuries. In making the gift of this superb collection to Mount Allison, the donors stated that:

...we are prompted to make this gift in recognition of the great contribution made by the men and women of the Maritimes toward our national life from its early beginnings to the present time. We furthermore have selected a New Brunswick university because we believe that in this province more is done toward solving the crucial problem of achieving a bi-cultural life than anywhere else in Canada.

... We have been impressed with the splendid facilities and aims of Mount Allison and with what is done there for young people, not merely from an academic point of view but also from a cultural one.

The following scholars have held the chair since establishment: George F.G. Stanley, O.C., B.A., B.Litt., M.A., D.Phil., D-es-L., D.Litt., LL.D., D.C.L., F.R. Hist.S., F.R.S.C., 1969-1975; Douglas Grant Lochhead, B.A., M.A., B.L.S., D.Litt, LL.D., F.R.S.C., 1975-1987; Lawrence D. McCann, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 1987-1992; and William Cross, B.A., M.P.S., J.D., M.A., Ph.D., 2001-2005; Frank Strain, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 2005-

2.4 Fred C. Manning Chair in Commerce

This Chair is named in honour of the late Fred C. Manning, an outstanding Nova Scotian industrialist and distinguished Allisonian whose generous bequest to the University made possible its establishment.

Dr. Manning was born in Falmouth, Nova Scotia and attended Mount Allison Academy 1909-1910. When presented for the honorary degree at the May Convocation at Mount Allison in 1955 it was stated:

... he is President and controlling owner of multimillion dollar businesses in the Maritimes, the Canadian West, and in far off Venezuala. Director of a score or more companies, Fred Manning's record stands as an inspiration and challenge to every ambitious young student in the Commerce Course, and effectively refutes the statement that there are no opportunities in the Maritimes.

Dr. Manning contributed to Mount Allison the cost of the Physics and Engineering Building, which is dedicated “to the advancement of Scientific knowledge.” Mrs. Manning contributed funds for decorating and furnishing the Manning Room in the Chapel, as “an expression of her deep interest and concern for the religious life of the University Community.”

Professor Dan C. Patridge, B.Sc., M.B.A., was the Fred C. Manning Professor of Commerce from 1971 to 1996.

2.5 The Hart Almerrin Massey Chair in Philosophy

The following scholars have held the chair since establishment: Roy Balmer Liddy, B.D., Ph.D., 1915-1931; Charles Arthur Krug, M.A., B.D., 1931-1947; Clayton Amos Baxter, M.A., Ph.D., 1947-1965; and Cyril Francis Poole, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 1965-1977; Paul Bogaard, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 2006-

2.6 The Pickard-Bell Chair in Music

This Chair was established in 1966 with a generous endowment from the estate of Winthrop Pickard Bell, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. This very substantial bequest to Mount Allison was in memory of Dr. Bell's mother, Mary Emerancy Pickard Bell, the first teacher of piano in the Conservatory of Music, 1873-1882. (In 1965 Dr. Ralph P. Bell, brother of Dr. Winthrop Bell, donated the Mount Allison Chapel Organ, also in memory of his mother). Mary Emerancy Pickard Bell graduated from the Mount Allison Ladies' College in 1866 with a degree of Mistress of Liberal Arts. From 1866-1869 she taught Literature, Mathematics and Calisthenics at the Ladies College, and in 1873 she joined the Faculty of the Conservatory of Music.

Winthrop P. Bell was one of Mount Allison's most illustrious and loyal graduates. An outstanding scholar, he graduated with honours in Mathematics, Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degree. He also earned an M.A. from Harvard and a Ph.D. from Gottigen, Germany. He lectured at the University of Toronto and at Harvard University, eventually returning to Nova Scotia to engage in business and pursue scholarly activities.

A loyal Allisonian and churchman, he annually supported the financial program of the university and encouraged classmates and friends to rally around their "alma mater." It is for one of his earliest works, composed when a student at Mount Allison, that he is best remembered by all Allisonians, for he wrote the lyrics of the "Alma Mater" song. Since 1906 this song has been sung by students at the University and by Allisonians throughout the world. Dr. Bell served on the Board of Regents from 1948-1951. He died in 1965.

In 1965 Mount Allison received Dr. Winthrop Bell's entire library, more than half of which is a very valuable collection of Acadiana.

The following scholars have held the chair since establishment: George A. Procter, B.A., M.Mus., Ph.D., 1967-1974; and Nancy F. Vogan, B.A., M.Mus., Ph.D., 2005-

2.7 The Reverend William Purvis Chair in English Literature

This Chair was established in 1969 in honour of the Reverend Mr. Purvis by a generous endowment from the estate of his son, Mr. William Sterling Purvis, a retired merchant of Warwick, Bermuda. Mr. William S. Purvis was a member of the class of 1905; his father served in pastorates in the Nova Scotia Conference of the United Church of Canada. The following scholars have held the chair since establishment: Arthur Motyer, B.A., M.A., 1970-1994; and Carrie MacMillan, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 2005-

2.8 The Obed Edmund Smith Chair in Physics

Initial funding of this Chair came from a bequest of Obed Edmund Smith in 1938. The following scholars have held the chair since establishment: Donald Gordon MacGregor, B.A., M.A., 1938-1964; William John Noble, B.Sc., M.Sc., M.A., Ph.D., 1972-1979; James Horace Matthews, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., 1984-1994; and Ralf Brüning, M.Sc., Ph.D., 2004-

2.9 The Obed Edmund Smith Chair in Mathematics

Initial funding for this Chair was provided from the estate of Obed Edmund Smith in 1938. The following scholars have held the chair since establishment: William Hayward McEwen, M.Sc., M.A., Ph.D., 1938-1946; William Stanley Hayes Crawford, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., D.Sc., 1946-1982; Michael Edelstein, M.Sc., 1984-1986; and Elmer Melvin Tory, B.Sc., Ph.D., 1989-1996; Margaret Beattie, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., 2006-

2.10 The Stiles-Bennett Chair in History

This Chair was endowed in 1943 with a generous gift from Viscount R.B. Bennett. The following scholars have held the chair since establishment: George F.G. Stanley, O.C., C.St.J., B.A., M.A., B.Litt., D.Phil., D-es-L., D.Lit., D.C.L., F.R.Hist.S. , F.R.S.C. , 1943-1947; Donald Grady Kerr, B.A., Ph.D., 1947-1958; Philip Anthony Lockwood, M.A., 1959-1964; and William Godfrey, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., 2003-2006

2.11 The Josiah Wood Chair in Classics

In 1866, Josiah Wood established an endowment of $15,000 for this chair, and Alfred Smith was appointed the first Wood Professor of Classics. An additional contribution to the endowment was made in 1934. The following scholars have held the chair since establishment: Alfred Smith, 1886-1917; C.B. Delano, 1917-1919; J.W. Cohoon, 1919-1946; J.E.A. Crake, 1947-1977; and C.W.J. Eliot, 1978-1985.

2.12 The Charles and Joseph Allison Chair of English Language and Literature

Initial funding for this Chair was provided from Joseph Allison in 1921 and was later combined with funds from Charles F. Allison. The following scholars have held the chair since establishment: William Tweedie, 1921-1936; Henry Gundy, 1943-1947; Lloyd Duchemin, 1947-1974; Michael Thorpe, 1990-1997; and Karen Bamford, 2006-

3 Faculty Awards

3.1 The Herbert and Leota Tucker Award

The Tucker award was endowed in 1983 by members of the Tucker family to perpetuate the memory of their parents, the Reverend Herbert Tucker, B.A., M.A., M.Ed., Ph.D., one time Joseph L. Black, Professor of Economics and Sociology and Head of the Department, and former Dean of the Faculty of Arts and University Registrar, and his wife, Leota Tucker. The annual prize recognizes outstanding effectiveness in the university classroom as well as broader influence within the university community and the wider constituency it serves. The recipient is expected to deliver a public lecture on a subject of his or her own choice. The award was first presented in 1984 to Alexander Boyd Fancy, B.A., M.A., Professor of French; in 1985 to Evron Norinne Kinsman, B.Mus., M.A., Professor of Music; in 1986 to Kathryn Eryl Hamer, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of French; in 1987 to Clifford Marsden Allen, B.Sc., M.Sc., Professor of Geology; in 1988 to Robert Lewis Hawkes, B.Sc., B.Ed., M.Sc., Ph.D., Professor of Physics; in 1989 to David Pierce Beatty, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of History; in 1990 to Carrie MacMillan, B.A, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of English; in 1991 to John T. Macfarlane, B.A., M.Sc., Professor of Physics; in 1992 to B. Arthur Miller, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science; in 1993 to Ross Barclay, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry; in 1994 to Roland Crooks, B.A., M.A., Associate Professor of Psychology; in 1995 to Judith A. Weiss, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Spanish; in 1996 to Robert G. Thompson, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., Professor of Biology; in 1997 to Charles Hugh Hope Scobie, M.A., B.D., Ph.D., D.D., Cowan Professor of Religious Studies; in 1998 to Vincent Conrad Reinsborough, B.A., S.T.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry; in 1999 to Roger Calkins, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of English; in 2000 to Robert Summerby-Murray, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., A.T.C.L., Assistant Professor of Geography; in 2001 to Dennis Tokaryk, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics; in 2002 to Deborah Wills, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of English; in 2003 to Robert Lapp, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor in English; in 2004 to Ivan Cohen, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Classics; in 2005 Nancy F. Vogan, B.A., M.Mus., Ph.D., Professor of Music; in 2006 to Erin Steuter, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology; in 2007 to Louise Wasylkiw, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology and in 2008 to Elizabeth Wells, Mus. Bac. M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Music.

3.2 Imasco Paul Paré Medal and Awards of Excellence

In 1995 Paul Paré Medal to Jean-Guy Godin; Paul Paré Excellence Awards to Felix Baerlocher, Pat Baker, Peter Edwards, Andy Gann, Thaddeus Holownia, and Robert Ireland.

In 1996 Paul Paré Medal to Felix Baerlocher; Paul Paré Excellence Award to Raymond Blake, Edmund Dawe, Basil Favaro, Andy Gann, Jean-Guy Godin, Thaddeus Holownia, Jack Stewart, Frank Strain, and David Torrance.

In 1997 Paul Paré Medal to Frank Strain; Paul Paré Excellence Award to Catharine Baker, Margaret Beattie, Penny Bryden, Peter Edwards, Jean-Guy Godin, Eldon Hay, Irena Kaczmarska-Ehrman, and Alexander Wilson.

In 1998 Paul Paré Medal to Thaddeus Holownia; Paul Paré Excellence Award to Felix Baerlocher, Penny Bryden, Terrence Craig, Jean-Guy Godin, Robert Hawkes, David Mossman, Jeff Ollerhead, and Frank Strain.

In 1999 Paul Paré Medal to Robert Hawkes; Paul Paré Excellence Award to Felix Baerlocher, Margaret Beattie, Raymond Blake, Penny Bryden, Doug Campbell, Peter Edwards, Rick Langler, Carrie MacMillan, and Rosemary Polegato.

In 2000 Paul Paré Medal to Felix Baerlocher; Paul Paré Excellence Award to Doug Campbell, Bill Cross, Peter Edwards, Thaddeus Holownia, Irena Kaczmarska, James Stark, and Stephen Westcott.

In 2001 Paul Paré Medal to Peter Edwards, Stephen Westcott; Paul Paré Excellence Award to Felix Baerlocher, Karen Bamford, Margaret Beattie, Bill Cross, Edmund Dawe, Robert Hawkes, Thaddeus Holownia, and Richard Langler.

In 2002 Paul Paré Medal to Felix Baerlocher; Paul Paré Excellence Award to Monika Boehringer, Ralf Brüning, Bill Cross, Douglas Campbell, Peter Edwards, Richard Langler, Jeff Ollerhead, and Stephen Westcott.

In 2003 Paul Paré Medal to William Cross, Rick Langler; Paul Paré Excellence Award to Robert Summerby-Murray, Stephen Westcott, Penny Bryden, Jeffrey Burns, William Godfrey, and Jack Stewart.

In 2004 Paul Paré Medal to Alex Fancy, Ralf Brüning; Paul Paré Excellence Award to Karen Bamford, Mark Blagrave, Jeff Ollerhead, Robert Rosebrugh, Nancy Vogan, Brad Walters, Stephen Westcott, and Stacey Wetmore.

In 2005 Paul Paré Medal to Jeffrey Burns, Douglas Campbell; Paul Paré Excellence Award to Felix Baerlocher, Nauman Farooqi, David Fleming, Thaddeus Holownia, Irena Kaczmarska, Stephen Law, Helen Pridmore, and Steve Westcott.

In 2006 Paul Paré Medal to Felix Baerlocher, Robert Hawkes, and Thaddeus Holownia; Paul Paré Excellence Award to Terry Belke, Glen Briand, Suzie Currie, Erik Edson, Nauman Farooqi, William Godfrey, Odette Gould, Colin Laroque, Jennifer Macklem, Laurie Ricker, Erin Steuter, and Brad Walters.

In 2007 Paul Paré Medal to Irena Kaczmarska; Paul Paré Excellence Award to Mohammad Ahmady, Craig Brett, David Fleming, Colin Laroque, Gayle Martin and Stephen Westcott.

In 2008 Paul Paré Medal to Catharine Baker; Paul Paré Excellence Awards to Michael Fox, Thaddeus Holownia, David Hornidge, Jane Mullen, Vett Lloyd, Felix Baerlocher, and Stephen Westcott.

4 Scholarships

Allard Foundation Scholarship
Aliant Scholarship
Alumni Entrance Scholarship
Alumni Life Membership Scholarship
Dr. George Anderson Scholarship
Mary Mellish Archibald Scholarship
E. Louise Arnett Memorial Scholarship
Marjorie (Pridham) Atkinson Music Scholarship
Anne Whittaker Bailey Scholarship
Percy Simpson Bailey Scholarship
W.W. Beer Scholarship
Marjorie Young Bell Scholarship
Ralph Pickard Bell Scholarship
Lord Bennett Scholarship
Malcolm Bent Memorial Scholarship
Mary MacNutt Blaikie Scholarship
Herbert Blair Scholarship
BMO Financial Group Scholarship
Edwin James Booth Scholarship
Harold Lothrop Borden Scholarship
Harold Borden - Maude Macoun Scholarship
C.N. Brown Scholarship
Donovan Leisk Brown Scholarship
Howard F. Brown Memorial Scholarship
Sheila A. Brown Scholarship
David G. Burchell Scholarship
Dr. Thomas Cadman Scholarship
The Calgary Scholarship
G. and G. Cameron Scholarship
D. Carlisle Music Enrichment Scholarship
Pauline and Wilfred Carter Scholarship
Class of 1960 Scholarship
Class of 1965 Millennium Scholarship
Class of '67 Disability Scholarship
Class of '68 Entrance Scholarship
Class of 1978 Leadership Scholarship
Nathan Cohen Memorial Scholarship
Nina F. Cohen Scholarship
John Dixon Copp Scholarship
Coveyduck Family Scholarship
Crake Scholarship
Christine Milo Wilson Cruikshank Scholarship
Shirley Cumming-Nolan Scholarship
William S.A. Daley Scholarship
Edgar Davidson Memorial Scholarship
K.L. Dawson Scholarship
Georgia Pippy Day Scholarship
Norman Augustus Deale Scholarship
Marguerite Deinstadt Scholarship
L.G. DesBrisay Scholarship
C.F. Dixon Scholarship
Ellen Annette Driscoll Scholarship
Ebbutt Memorial Trust Scholarship
Lavinia Estabrooks Scholarship
Faculty Scholarship
J. Archie Fleming Scholarship
William Thomas Ross Flemington Scholarship
Fluhman Scholarship
Ronald and Frances Ford Family Scholarship
Fred S. Fountain Scholarship
Vivienne Fowler Scholarship in Music
Jeff 'Skip' Fraser, Memorial Scholarship
Joe Fraser '44 Memorial Scholarship
Gairdner Scholarship
F.W. and H.R. George Scholarship
Golden Jubilee Scholarship
Dr. L.A. Goodridge Scholarship
Gwen Gosnell Scholarship
Anna Gough Scholarship
Graduating Organ Student Scholarship
H. Spencley Hamer Scholarship
Eileen Hesler Scholarship
Margaret Hesler Scholarship
Leta G. Hill Memorial Scholarship
Wallace and Rosena Hill Scholarship
Marguerite Hubbard Charitable Foundation Music Scholarship
Sidney W. Hunton Scholarship
Imbeault/NB Hockey Central Midget Hockey League Scholarship
Imbeault Family Foundation/Imvescor/Pizza Delight Award
Mary Margaret (Peggy Mackenzie) Irvine Scholarship
R.A. Jodrey Scholarship
Allison Heartz Johnson Scholarship
Ron Joyce Scholarship
J. James Keith Scholarship
Khaki Scholarship
James A. Killam Scholarship
Killam American Fund Scholarship
Lesmere F. Kirkpatrick Scholarship
Karl and Judy Larsen Scholarship
Professor Patricia Lee Music Scholarship
Donald Corbel LeQuesne Scholarship
Jeannie Forbes Leslie Memorial Scholarship
R.W. and Ruth Lister Scholarship
Myrtle Lockerby Scholarship in Music
Grace Annie Lockhart Memorial Scholarship
London Life Business Education Scholarship
Rouie Adair Long Scholarship
Rouie Adair Long Student Research Award
Erma Westhaver Loomis Scholarship
Elizabeth Lovitt Scholarship
Stuart Lowerison Scholarship
Donald MacGregor Scholarship
L.A. Machum Scholarship
MacGillivray-Hamilton Scholarship
Margaret and Malcolm MacIntyre Scholarship
Donald MacLauchlan Scholarship
Alastair MacLeod Scholarship
Maple Leaf Foods Scholarship
Robert A. Marsh Scholarship
L. W. McAnn Scholarship
Mary K. McKean Scholarship
Patricia Saunders McKinna Music Scholarship
Mr. and Mrs. S.B. Mitra Scholarship
Nathaniel Morgan Scholarship
Mount Allison Scholarship
MTT Scholarship
Gladys Muttart Scholarship
NB Tel Centennial Scholarship
NB Tel Student Research Scholarship
David Neale Scholarship
New Brunswick School Trustee Association Scholarship
Nova Scotia Power Research Scholarship
G. J. Oulton Scholarship
T.B. Parlee Scholarship
Donald D. Patterson Scholarship
H. P. and L. G. Patterson Scholarship
Lloyd T. Pearce Scholarship
David K. Pickard Scholarship
Mary Emerancy Pickard Scholarship
Herbert L. Pottle Scholarship
PricewaterhouseCoopers Scholarship
E. B. Pulford Scholarship
Margaret M. Roberts Scholarship
Jennie Robinson Quinn Scholarship
Charles Gordan Rand Scholarship
The Rand Family Scholarship
R.H.W. Foundation Scholarship
John J.E. Risser Scholarship
John Ritcey Scholarship
George Victor Ross Scholarship
Ruggles Gates Scholarship
Eleanor Sharp Scholarship
Herbert Sharp Scholarship
Shenton Scholarship
John R. Siggins Scholarship
Arthur W. and Sarah Smith Scholarship
Sobey Foundation Scholarship
Sobey Performance Scholarship
Edgar F. Sparkes Memorial Scholarship
Dr. Ross A. Stanway Entrance Scholarship
Margaret Sterns Peake Scholarship
J. J. Stewart Scholarship
Stiles Towse Scholarship
George J. Trueman Scholarship
Canadian University Women's (Sackville) Scholarship
Wallace Weekend Scholarship
R. Sterling Walls Scholarship
M.T. Walshman Scholarship
Jean T. Ward Scholarship
Weston Family Scholarship
R.G.G. Wilkinson Scholarship
Robert and Peggy Winters Scholarship
Wood Memorial Scholarship
Don Wright Scholarship
Clarence and Muriel Wry Scholarship
Angus Stuart Young Scholarship
Chris Young Memorial Academic Scholarship

5 Bursaries

Anderson Family Commerce Bursary
George Anderson Bursary
Athletic Achievement Award
Katherine and Louise Bamford Memorial Bursary
Kay Beaman Memorial Bursary
Clifford Belding Bursary
Stephen Bird Bursary
Birks Family Bursary
J.J. Blackburn Bursary
Charles H. Blakeney Bursary
Borden Family Bursary
John Bourinot Bursary
Aurore E. Bourque Bursary
George T. Bowser Bursary
John Bragg Bursary
Reverend Ralph Brecken Bursary
W.A. and Emma Broidy Bursary
Stuart J. Budden Bursary
Catherine Callbeck Bursary
Aubrey and Nancy Cameron Bursary
Kathleen Cameron Bursary
Stephen and June Clark Memorial Bursary
John T. Clarke Bursary
Class of '33 International Student Bursary
Class of '41 Bursary
Class of '43 Bursary
Class of '48 Bursary
Class of '51 Bursary
Class of '52 Bursary
Class of '55 Bursary
Class of '58 Bursary
Class of '59 Bursary
Class of '61 Bursary
Class of '63 Bursary
Class of '72 Bursary
Class of '73 Travel Bursary
Class of '82 Bursary
Class of '89 Bursary
Class of '93 Bursary
Coastal Inns Bursary
Coca Cola Bursary
E.R. Cogswell Bursary
J.E.A. Crake Bursary for International Students
Purdy Crawford Bursary
Dr. William (Bill) Crawford Bursary
Eric Dennis Memorial Bursary
Annie A. Dickson Bursary
J.L. Dixon Bursary
Ellen A. Driscoll Bursary
Margaret Duvar Bursary
David Ebert Bursary
Margaret Evans Memorial Bursary
Facilities Management Bursary
Natalie LeBlanc Forrestall Fine Arts Bursary
John A. Fraser Memorial Fund
Fundy Bursary
Harvey Gilmour Bursary
Dr. Ruth M. Goldbloom O.C. Bursary Fund
Donald T. Goodwin Bursary
Guardian Capital Inc Bursary
A.and T. Harrison Bursary
G.R. Hart Bursary
James C. Healy Bursary
E.L. Heighton Bursary
H.E.Y. Day Bursary
J. R. Howard Bursary
Annie Inch Hunton Bursary
Imbeault Francophone Bursary
International Student Bursary
I.O.D.E Bursary
Rev. J. Austin Jardine Bursary
Herbert Williams Kimball Bursary
Dr. Warren Langille Music Bursary
Oscar Z. LeBlanc Bursary
W. Holly and E. Francis Lister Bursary
Terrance C. Lockwood Bursary
David McArel MacAulay Award
Allan MacBeth Bursary
Margaret Jean MacCallum Bursary
Elaine and Scott MacDonald Bursary
Stanley H. MacDonald Bursary
Christine MacInnis Memorial Bursary
Iver MacIver Bursary
Julia MacLauchlan and Warren MacKenzie Bursary
Adele MacLennan Bursary
Jean Manuel Memorial Bursary
Henri and Jeannette Marcotte Bursary
Ralph Marshall Bursary
Mature Student Bursary
A.R. McClellan Bursary
Ian McConnell Bursary
Evans McKeil Family Bursary
J. William McLaggan Bursary
Mount Allison Bursary
Mount Allison Staff Association Bursary
W.O. Lloyd Allison Munson Award
Music Department Bursary
Robert M. Ogilvie Bursary
Doris M. Pickup Memorial Bursary
Muriel F. Pottle Bursary
Project Rebuild Bursary
Ivan C. Rand Bursary
Mel and Pauline Rice Bursary
Marjorie Wry Robertson Bursary
Sally Rodd Bursary
Thomas and Jean Rose Bursary
Sackville Business Bursary
Sawdon Bursary
Scoudouc River Bursary
Craig Sears Memorial Bursary
Arthur and Evelyn Simpkins Bursary
J. Wesley Smith Bursary
R.L. and M.L. Stailing Bursary
Harriett Starr Stewart Bursary
Robert Summerby-Murray Travel Bursary
Rodger Taylor Bursary
TD Bank Financial Group Bursary
E. Margaret (Jewett) Underwood Bursary
Joseph Samuel and Cora Vallis Bursary
R. Sterling Walls Bursary
Avard Wells Bursary
Westmorland Bursary
James Wheeler Memorial Bursary
Rev. Arthur Whiteside Memorial Bursary
Windsor Foundation Football Bursary
WUSC Student Bursary
Angus Stuart Young Bursary
Fred Young Bursary

6 Pre-Theological Funds

Through the generosity of donors over the years, the following endowed funds are available:

Dr. E. Baker Theologue
Laura M. Baxter Theologue
Andrew M. Bell Theologue
Harold S. Bishop Memorial Theologue
Mary Jane Bowser Pre-Theological Theologue
Rev. Dr. G. Roy and Olive Scott Bragg Theologue
Annie Maud Cann Theologue
F.O. Creighton Theologue
Rev. Edwin Evans, D.D. and Martha E. Evans Memorial Theologue
Ella Mersereau Evans Theologue
Nancy M. Fraser, R.N. and Norman S. Fraser Theologue
Jairus Hart Theologue
Jerusalem Theologue
R. B. MacLellan Theologue
F.R. Matthews Theologue
Pre Theological Theologue
Robert Robertson Theologue
James Edward Shanklin Memorial Theologue
Howard M. Silver Memorial Theologue
John Wesley Smith Theologue
Richard W. Weddall Memorial Theologue

7 Prizes

Francis S. Allison Award
Ambassador of France
Ambassador of Spain
Ambassador of Switzerland
Donald A. Anderson Prize
Department of Anthropology Prize
John P. Asimakos Award
C.F. Allison Avard Prize
Ada Ayer Prize
Lady Banting Prize
David Beatty History Prize
Allison Watson Beveridge Prize
Katherine (Shaw) Bigelow Prize
Bio Med Society Prize
Birks Medal
David Blackwood Prize
Garland P. Brooks Psychology Prize
James Noel Brunton Prize
Roger Calkin Prize
Canadian Association of Geographers Undergraduate Award
A.D. Carter Prize
CGA Prize
David Chalmers Memorial Prize
Chancellor's Prize
J.H. Chase Prize
Amanda Elliott Clark Prize
George T. Clark Prize in Law
Colpitts Prize
Commerce Marketing Prize
Prize of the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany
CPA Certificate of Academic Excellence
Dr. J.E.A. Crake Award in Fine Arts, Music and Drama
Crake Foundation W.B. Sawdon Prize
W.S.H. Crawford Humanitarian Prize
W.S.H. Crawford Prize
James A. Daniel Prize
Deloitte and Touche Prize
David Ebert Memorial Prize
Ernst and Young Prize
Lillian May Fancy Award
Fensom Research Prize
Robert and Margaret Fleming Prize
Donald T. Goodwin Prize
Governor General's Gold Medal
Graham Atlantic Writing Prize
Graham Memorial Prize
Aiko Grant Prize for Japanese Studies
Benjamin Heartz Prize
Frances Louise Hickey Prize
James R. Inch Memorial Prize
I.O.D.E. Prize
Curtis and Lyle Jarvis Memorial Prize
Henry D. Larsen Prize
Gil Latter Prizes
Hibbert C. Laurence Prize
Alden Leard Memorial Prize
Reverend Stephen Lisson Award
Bruce I. MacDonald Prize
Cathy MacDonald-Arsenault Memorial Prize
Gordon Manson Award
Marster Prize for Humour
George Everett Matthews Award
Wendall and Jean Halliday MacKay Award
J. Scott and Patricia McCain Athletics Award
H.W. McKeil (Women's Studies) Prize
John Wesley McLeod Prize
Reginald Miller Management Prize
Prize of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
Moncton Jazz and Blues Festival Award
John C.G. Moore Prize
Mount Allison Conservatory Prize
Music History Essay Prize
N.B.I.C.A. Prize
Newbould Prize in British History
E. George Nichols Prize in Psychology
Dr. Karen Nicholson Psychology Prize
Don Norton Memorial Award
Ogden Memorial Prize
Harold Oxley Prize
C.H. Paisley Prize
C.H. and L.F. Paisley Prize
Colin Paterson Prize
Allison Patterson Prize
Ethel Peake Memorial Prize
Peters Prize
Philosophy Prize
Muriel Hewson Philp Prize
Province of Quebec in the Atlantic Provinces
Donna L. Purdy Memorial Award
Beth Robinson Award
W. J. Robinson Prize
Harold M. Rogers Memorial Prize
R. Ruggles Gates Award
Kendall Scott Prize
Murray Sears Memorial Prize
Sheffield Prize
Simpson Memorial Prize
Dr. A. Smith Classics Book Prize
Society of Chemical Industry Award
Department of Sociology Prize
Robert L. and Mabel Stailing Prize
Reverend E.R.and Ross Stanway Prize
Steeves Memorial Prize
F. A. Surbey Prize in Psychology
Roland F. Surette Prize
Minnie Evans Tait Memorial Prize
Florence Webb Tate Prize
Grace Tomkinson Memorial Prize
Dr. Gordon Treash Prize
William Morley Tweedie Medal
Tyler Prize
Dr. R.N. Varma Gold Medal in Physics
Prof. Pravin K. Varma Teaching Internships
Weeks Prize
Wightman Prize
Laura Sofia Wood Prize

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