The Adrian D. C. Chan Award for Volunteer and Community Service is issued annually, when merited, to a full-time undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in an engineering program in the Faculty of Engineering and Design. The award recognizes voluntary involvement and community engagement outside the classroom, at Carleton University and in the community at large.
The recipient of this award will be selected by a selection committee. The award consists of a certificate from the associate Dean’s Office or from the Awards Office or a congratulatory letter from Dr. Adrian D.C. Chan, as well as a monetary prize of $500.00, to be presented to the recipient at a special occasion, at the discretion of Dr. Adrian D.C. Chan.
Students and Faculty may nominate candidates or students may apply for the award directly via the Student Experience Office’s website.
Applications open on January 8th, 2018 and close March 5th, 2018.
For questions relating to this award, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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