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SCHOLARSHIPS, AWARDS AND BURSARIES DR. A. GORDON ALEXANDER ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP Field: Science, Engineering, Computer Science Value: $10,000 • Number: 1 • Duration: 1 year Donor: Dr. A. Gordon Alexander (BSc'67) Awarded to a Fredericton campus student beginning an undergraduate degree in science, engineering or computer science directly from high school. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen and a graduate of a New Brunswick high school. Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need. The recipient may not hold additional scholarships, which exceed $2,000 in value. DR. A. GORDON ALEXANDER SCHOLARSHIP Field: Chemistry, Physics, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science Value: $10,000 • Number: 1 • Duration: Up to 3 years Donor: Dr. A. Gordon Alexander (BSc'67) Awarded to a Fredericton campus student who has completed the requirements for the first year of an undergraduate degree on the Fredericton campus and is enrolled in chemistry, physics, chemical engineering, electrical engineering or computer science. The scholarship will be renewed annually for a maximum of three years, providing the recipient maintains high academic achievement (dean's list or equivalent), full-time enrolment and demonstrates continuing financial need. The recipient must be a Canadian citizen and a graduate of a New Brunswick high school. Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need. The recipient may not hold additional scholarships at any time, which exceed $2,000 in value. One scholarship will be active in any given year. DAVID MALCOLM KING MEMORIAL BURSARY Field: Unrestricted Value: $400 • Number: 1 • Duration: 1 year Donor: Family and friends of the late David King and the New Brunswick University Opportunities Fund Awarded on the basis of financial need to a full-time mature student who has completed at least the minimum requirements for the first year of an undergraduate degree program and has demonstrated successful academic performance. The recipient must be a New Brunswick resident, according to the definition of the Provincial Government's Student Financial Services guidelines. The awarding of the bursary will alternate between the Fredericton and Saint John campuses. DEAN W. MCDONALD BURSARY Field: Earth Sciences Value: Variable • Number: 1 or more • Duration: 1 year Donor: Dr. Dean W. McDonald (MSc'84) Awarded on the basis of financial need to full-time undergraduate or graduate students whose main area of studies is earth sciences. The recipients must demonstrate successful academic performance. DEANNA CRAIG BRADLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Field: Unrestricted Value: $1,500 • Number: 4 • Duration: 1 year (can be renewed) Donor: Mr. Edwin Bradley and the New Brunswick University Opportunities Fund Awarded to two students beginning an undergraduate degree program directly from Canterbury High School and two students beginning an undergraduate degree program directly from Woodstock High School. Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need. The recipient must be a New Brunswick resident, according to the definition of the Provincial Government's Student Financial Services guidelines. FRANCO AND MARIA GIAMBERARDINO SCHOLARSHIP Field: Law Value: $1,000 • Number: 1 • Duration: 1 year Donor: Justice Franco (LLB'85) and Maria Giamberardino Awarded to a student with a good academic record who is entering the second or third year of the law program. The recipient must have demonstrated a level of leadership through involvement in extra-curricular activities within the faculty of law, UNB and his/ her community. Financial need or other special circumstances may be taken into consideration. KEN MAYBEE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Field: Forestry and Environmental Management Value: $1,000 • Number: 1 • Duration: 1 year Donor: Kim Maybee (BA'85, MEd'90) Awarded to a student entering the bachelor of science in environment and natural resources program. Selection is based on academic achievement. Consideration may be given to the student's involvement in extracurricular activities and/or financial need. ALUMNI NEWS 36

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