The Adrienne and Donna Pocock Memorial Award was established in honour of the late Adrienne Pocock, a conscientious environmentalist devoted to grassroots care and concern for her world. The award will be given annually to graduate students in the Faculty of Environmental & Urban Change to support resources and/or travel related to their fieldwork. The award of winter of 2006 was granted to a student whose area of focus encompassed the Canadian environment and the award continues to be intended for students whose work incorporates consideration of Canada, children, animals or aboriginal issues in relationship to the environment.
Eligibility: The award is open to current graduate students at the Faculty of Environmental & Urban Change.Criteria:
- Must be in good academic standing.
- This award is intended for students whose work incorporates consideration of Canada, children, animals or aboriginal issues in relationship to the environment. Applicants will be judged based on the quality of their fieldwork proposal, including objective(s), deliverables, scope, and potential contribution towards environmental research and/or issues more broadly.
- Step 1: Complete the Office of Student and Financial Services' Student Financial Profile (SFP) When you visit the SFP website, please select APPLY NOW to complete your submission.
- Step Two: Prepare a 1-2-page description of proposed fieldwork activity by including a detailed budget, timeline and explanation of how the funds will be used.
- Step Three: Contact your supervisor to request a reference for this award. They must submit this Reference Assessment Form to complete your application. Be sure to inform of them of the name of award you are requesting a reference for and its deadline. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
- Step Four: Complete the application form by April 19