Thursday, November 24, 2011

Recognizing Success: Residence Student Leaders Scholastic Achievements

As a department, we would like to highlight the achievements of our residence student leaders.  This fall, six staff members of the Residence Life Team were presented various awards from their faculty.   Please join us in congratulating the following students on their individual successes! 
Lucy Martin, RTA
Sony of Canada Charitable Foundation Scholarship

Open to students currently enrolled in third year as full-time students in the School of Radio and Television Arts program and have a clear academic standing; Must have the highest cumulative GPA at the end of the second year.

Mark Corrigan, GCM
Cliff Hawes Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to a student in the second or third year of the Graphic Communications Management Program who best exemplifies true Ryerson spirit through scholarship, leadership, initiative and deportment. 

Max Martin, Film Universal Studios Canada Scholarships in Filmmaking
For the best overall film production and highest overall academic achievement.
Stephen Jackson, RTS
The Matthew Sweet Award also known as "The Get Up and Giv'r" Award
Each year there are first year students who demonstrate a special aptitude for the program, and who take on any task with a positive attitude, as well as working to forge relationships with fellow students. The award will be given to the returning first year (now second year) student who has demonstrated that they have what it takes to thrive in the Theatre School.
Trevor Coll RTA, Radio and Television Arts Phyllis Switzer Memorial Award for Leadership and Academic Excellence
To a student entering the first year of the program full time; academic proficiency; proven management and leadership skills in human resources management, through volunteer teamwork/student council work/community involvement; demonstrated financial need; and other factors.

Zachary Parkhurst - Academic Achievement Award: Acting
This is awarded for academic proficiency and students with the highest CGPA in their 2nd, 3rd and 4th year in each program

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