LLOYD DOUGLAS SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

    

  

Congratulations to our 2016/17 Lloyd Douglas Scholarship Award Winners! 

   

  

Carissa Grove (PE)

 

 Carissa Grove

 

Carissa Grove is currently a fourth year biology student at the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI). She is originally from Cambridge, Ontario, where she first developed her interest in the outdoors and then quickly turned into a love for fish and the waterways in which they reside. These past few years in university have only fueled that fire, allowing her to gain more experience in this field. The work term as a student research assistant at UPEI has allowed her to gain hands on field experience, and has really opened her eyes to many conservation issues in these areas. Her interest in the environment and the current issues with waterways has made her want to pursue a career in this field, in order to help create more sustainable and healthier habitats and ecosystems.

    

Noah Brace (NL) 

   

Noah Brace

 

Noah Brace grew up in a small town in Newfoundland. When he was 18 he moved to St. John’s to study civil engineering at Memorial University. Noah has been awarded scholarships based on academic excellence, community involvement, and demonstrated leadership in school and extracurricular activities. His achievements have been accomplished because he is motivated to succeed and energized by working effectively with others to achieve superior results. Recently, Noah has taken an interest in water resource management and after graduating in April, he intends to pursue higher education in order to gain knowledge on this important world issue.

 

 

Jason Karis-Allen (NS)

 

Jason Karis Allen

 

Jason Karis-Allen is a native Nova Scotian and in his 4th year of Environmental Engineering (Co-op) at Dalhousie University. He previously earned a B.Sc in Biology and a Dip.Eng from Saint Mary’s University with greatest distinction. He has been dedicated in his studies because he wants to equip himself with the expertise necessary to help people and the natural environment. After graduation he plans to get his Master’s degree in a field that would allow for career flexibility, facilitating him involvement in the drinking water industry, the renewable energy industry, wildlife conservation, and/or resource management.

 

 

   

    

Past Lloyd Douglas Scholarship Recipients

       

  

2015/16 Academic Year

Jessica Lane Brown - PE

Krista Fennell - NL 

Melissa Fraser - NS 

Joseph Cormier - NB

  

2014/15 Academic Year

Sonja Parkman - PE

Gary Whelan - NL 

Anna Haley - NS 

Samuel Jones - NB

  

2013/14 Academic Year

Ingrid N. Lozada - PE

Conor Flanagan - NL  

Ellen O’Hara - NS   

Katuscya Gauvin - NB

   

2012/13 Academic Year

Colin MacEwan - PE

JoAnne Dodd - NL

Laura Hayes - NS

Paul Young - NB

   

2011/12 Academic Year

Nathan MacNeill - Holland College, Charlottetown, PE

Erin Mentink - Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS

Sarah Mapplebeck - Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NL

Nicholas LeBlanc - University of New Brunswick, Moncton, NB

    

2010/11 Academic Year

David Ball - Memorial University, St. John’s, NL

Tara Chisholm - Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS

   

2009/10 Academic Year

Alf Johanson - Memorial University, St. John’s, NL

  

2008/09 Academic Year

Jody Wentzell - Memorial University, St. John’s, NL

  

2007/08 Academic Year

Jennifer Delaney - Memorial University, St. John’s, NL

    

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