The Scholarships Committee of the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition is pleased to announce that, Bioresource Engineering student, Miriam Lebeau has been awarded the 1968 Oval Award for Campus and Academic Activity
The 1968 Oval Award for Campus and Academic Activity was
established in 2004 by the Macdonald Class of 1968. The Oval Awards
are presented annually to two third-year undergraduate students,
one in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and
one in the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition. In addition to
having high academic standing, the recipient must also have
actively participated in student life and/or athletic activities in
a manner that reflects both achievement and an appreciation of the
value of student life on the Macdonald Campus of McGill University.
Members of the Class of 1968 continue to appreciate and benefit
from their Macdonald education and remember “The Oval” as a centre
of the campus during their years at the College as well as a symbol
of the heritage and spirit of Macdonald.
To be eligible to receive this award, a student must be registered full-time at McGill University Macdonald Campus for the academic year 2009-2010 (or 9 credits if this is your final semester); Scholarships are granted for distinguished academic standing in a minimum of 27 graded credits earned during the regular academic year.
Official recognition will take place at the 2009 Scholastic Awards reception on Tuesday, October 20th at 4:00 p.m. in the Ceilidh.
Best wishes for your continued success