Dr. Adrian D.C. Chan has established an award to be known as the Adrian D.C. Chan Award for Volunteer and Community Service. The award is issued annually, 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 at Carleton University, outside the classroom, 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 award recipient at a special occasion, at the discretion of Dr. Adrian D.C. Chan.
To qualify for the award a student must be a current full-time undergraduate and graduate students in the Faculty of Engineering and Design in good standing (CGPA of 7 or above) in an Engineering program can apply by themselves, or be nominated by a fellow student, faculty member, Carleton Staff or member of the community at large.
|Applications Open||October 15, 2022|
|Applications Close||November 30, 2022 @ 9am|
|Selection Process||November 30 to December 6, 2022|
|Candidates Receive Notice of Status of Award||December 7, 2022|
|Presentation of Award||SOAR Student Leadership Conference January 2023|
- A cover letter addressed to Dr. Adrian D. C. Chan, nominating the student or indicating the student’s interest to apply or accept the nomination for this award, including the student’s full name, student number, regular mailing and email address, and telephone number.
- A 250-word statement written by the nominee/applicant explaining why they contribute to their communities.
- Two letters of reference (maximum 2 pages each)
Past Award Recipients
2022 Cameron Davis
2021 Trong Nguyen (see News Article)
2020 Johan Parent and Teodora Blidaru (see News Article and Carleton Pathway Podcast)
2019 Kyra Bloomfield and Rafid Dewan (see News Article)
2018 Juan Posada (see News Article)
2017 Christopher Heit (see News Article)
2016 Mohamed Abdelazez (see News Article)
2015 Jasmine Shaw (see News Article)
2014 Natalie Linklater (see News Article)
2013 Campbell Hennessy (see News Article)
2012 Laura Mutu (see The rewards of volunteerism)
Applications have closed for 2022. Please check back in Fall 2023.
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