The Department of Chemistry Scholarships

The Department of Chemistry Scholarship Committee is requesting that students who feel they meet the criteria for the following scholarships please notify Kimberly Buffie via email at ki.buffie@uwinnipeg.ca 

CHEMISTRY 

Salem Abd-El-Aziz International Student Chemistry Scholarship Established in 2006 by Dr. Alaa. S. Abd-El-Aziz, former Professor and Chair of Chemistry, and Vice-President–Research, International, and External Affairs, in recognition of his father’s dedication to post-secondary and graduate education, this scholarship will be awarded to an International Student enrolling in the second or third year of a Chemistry major at The University of Winnipeg. 

Molly Rogers Brickman & Leo Brickman Scholarship in Chemistry This scholarship in provided by the Erica and Arnold Rogers Fund for Academic Excellence. It will be awarded annually to the most promising student entering the final year of the 4-year Chemistry program. 

Ingrid and Klaus Philipp Scholarship in Chemistry The Ingrid and Klaus Philipp Scholarship in Chemistry celebrates the lives of Ingrid and Klaus Philipp. Klaus Philipp dedicated more than 32 years to his work as an instructor in the Department of Chemistry, retiring in 1999. The scholarship was established in 2002 in memory of Ingrid Philipp, his wife of 34 years. It will be awarded annually to a student, enrolled in the 4-year or Honours program in Chemistry, who has the highest grade point average in the best 18 credit hours in Chemistry completed at the University of Winnipeg. 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

Klaus and Ingrid Philipp Scholarship in Biochemistry The Klaus and Ingrid Philipp Scholarship in Biochemistry celebrates the lives of Ingrid and Klaus Philipp.Klaus Philipp dedicated more than 32 years to his work as an Instructor in the Department of Chemistry, retiring in 1999. The scholarship was established in 2002 in memory of Ingrid Philipp, his wife of 34 years. It will be awarded annually to a student, enrolled in the 4-year or Honours program in Biochemistry, who has the highest grade point average in the best 18 credit hours of Chemistry completed at the University of Winnipeg. The grades awarded for the laboratories associated with Biochemistry 3502/3 and 3503/3 may account for a full 6 of these 18 credit hours, if it is to a candidate’s advantage. 

George Tomlinson Scholarship in Biochemistry This scholarship was established with a bequest from Professor George Tomlinson, a member of the Chemistry Department from 1974 to 2007, Chair of Chemistry from 2005 to 2007, and an esteemed teacher and researcher in Biochemistry. He was a major contributor to planning and administration at the University of Winnipeg from 1991 to 2007, notably as Vice-President Academic from 1995 to 2001. The scholarship will be awarded to a deserving student, selected by the Chemistry Department in a 4-Year or Honours Biochemistry or Chemistry program who 1) has completed 6 credit hours of Biochemistry and 3 credit hours of Physical Chemistry, 2) has completed or is registered in an additional 3 credit hours of Biochemistry, and 3) has completed or is registered in an additional 3 credit hours of a) Physical Chemistry at the second year or higher level or b) other Chemistry at the third year of fourth year level, excluding Biochemistry.