AWARD THE FOLLOWING FOUR SCHOLARSHIPS IN 2018:
Your application and summaries must be completed online and successfully submitted
no later than: March 15, 2018. Applications will be accepted online beginning in Winter 2017-2018.
can be emailed to email@example.com.
President’s Scholarship ($6,000)
most outstanding research submission as determined by the jury’s highest score
on fulfilling the criteria.
Dillon Consulting Limited Scholarship ($5,000)
overall best submission from a graduate student. Dillon Consulting Limited is
funding an annual scholarship program targeted to professional or industry
associations with an ongoing scholarship program to support graduate students.
At present, Dillon has selected a number of organizations to each receive
funding for $5,000 annual scholarships. The Canadian Institute of Planners is
one of these organizations. The selected organizations represent significant
business areas for Dillon as well as key professional groups for staff. Dillon
also gives priority to organizations with national and/or international scope
and to reputable, longstanding organizations. The scholarship program is
consistent with Dillon’s commitment to continuing education and professional
Smith Scholarship ($4,500)
to student leaders interested and/or currently researching sustainable
community planning. The study should demonstrate neighbourhood design and
land-use planning approaches that reduce resource and economic costs and
environmental impacts while maintaining community liveability.
President - Thomas Adams Scholarship ($3,000)
next top research submission after the CIP President’s Scholarship, as
determined by the jury’s score. Thomas Adams came to Canada in 1914 as a town
planning advisor to the Commission of Conservation. He served as the first
President of the Town Planning Institute of Canada and was largely responsible
for establishing the profession in Canada.
The College of Fellows Travel Scholarship ($4,000)
The College of Fellows in association with the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP), is pleased to offer a scholarship, to a student enrolled in their final year of an undergraduate planning program recognized by CIP, which will further their study and experience in the field of planning. The scholarship will provide an opportunity for the student to travel, observe, and study, innovative, leading-edge planning projects first hand, thus contributing to their education, anticipation and excitement for the profession they are about to enter. To apply for this scholarship, please see https://canadianinstituteofplanners.submittable.com/submit/104784/fellows-travel-scholarship-2017-20...
The David Palubeski Bursary ($3,000)
In recognition of David’s contribution to Canadian planning, The
David Palubeski Bursary was created by his family, colleagues,
and friends. The bursary celebrates David’s contribution to
Canadian planning practice and CIP. It will support Canadian
planning students who are CIP members and registered in an
accredited Canadian planning program. The award will be offered
annually, alternating each year to support a student entering the
fourth year of an undergraduate program and a graduate student
entering the second year of the program. The first award will be
offered to an undergraduate student. To apply for the bursary, please see https://canadianinstituteofplanners.submittable.com/submit/105442/david-palubeski-bursary
qualify for any of these awards, the applicant must be:
- A student member of CIP in
good standing for the 2017-2018 academic
year. Full MCIP and provisional members who have returned to school
are not eligible for the scholarships.
- A student enrolled full-time
in a planning program during the term of the award of the scholarship.
- Students in all levels of
university study (Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD) have an opportunity to win,
as the jurors consider the student’s level in their adjudication.
- The project should either be
proposed or in progress at the time of application with targeted
completion within the 2017-2018 school
- Scholarships will not be
awarded for projects already completed.
submission will be judged on the basis of its potential contribution to the
planning profession (in theory or practice), or its potential service to a
community or community group. In their deliberations, the jury will consider
the following documents:
- A 500-word biography from
the applicant outlining their studies, as well as their personal
- A current resume
demonstrating the applicant’s past and present commitments to their
- A completed application
- A one-page description of
the project submitted for consideration.
will consider the level of the applicant’s program in their assessment of the
submissions; therefore, both undergraduate and graduate student members are
encouraged to apply. The jury will verify that the eligibility criteria have
been met. Their decision is final. The scholarships will be awarded in Spring 2018 and the winners will be presented with certificates at the CIP/MPPI 2018 National Conference in Winnipeg.