MacKay Award in Environmental Leadership application | Mount Allison

The Wendall and Jean Halliday MacKay Award in Environmental Leadership was established to recognize and encourage environmental leadership among Mount Allison students.

There are three awards valued at $2,400 each. To be considered for the award students must either apply for or be nominated for this award using the form below. Nominations are accepted from any member of the University community.

Deadline: March 31, 2022

To be considered for the award students must either apply for or be nominated for this award using this form. Nominations are accepted from any member of the University community.

Eligibility  

  • Mount Allison students at any level or program of study are eligible for consideration for this award.
  • The applicant must be registered in or entering a program which provides learning opportunities and research focused on the environment. These include but are not limited to: environmental science, environmental studies, biology, geography, chemistry, sociology, religious studies, or philosophy.
  • Applicant must demonstrate financial need.

Application requirements

  • Submission of a short essay detailing the student’s contribution to environmental leadership (2 pages maximum)
  • In addition to this form, students must also submit a University General Bursary located in their Connect account > University General Bursary. The form helps demonstrate financial need. If a bursary application has already been submitted, you do not need to submit another University General Bursary application.

Questions? Contact financialaid@mta.ca.


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Student information

Essay submission

Please include your essay in the space provided. We recommend that you work on your essay in a word publisher. When complete, copy and paste the content into this field.

Financial need

Please indicate if the student is currently receiving government student loans or using student lines of credit to finance their educational pursuits.

Government student loans and grants for the current academic year

Financial institution loans/student lines of credit for the current academic year