David Palubeski Bursary
Your application must be completed online and successfully submitted no
later than March 15, 2018.
CIP-PSTF will award one David Palubeski Bursary in 2018 of $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.
Eligible students will demonstrate the following requirements:
- Financial assistance required to support their education, as
evidenced by government student loans documents or
- Principal focus of studies on small and medium sized
- Demonstrated interest in community planning,
community/urban design, and/or sustainable land
Each applicant will provide a statement of interest (800 words
maximum) that addresses the preceding, and describes how their
proposed year of study will contribute to a better understanding
of planning in Canada.
Each applicant will provide two letters of support, one from a
faculty member in the student’s current program and one from a
Registered Professional Planner, who is practicing in either a local
government office or a consulting firm. The supporting letters
will describe how the applicant is known to the letter writer and
why the applicant is worthy of the bursary.
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.
A selection jury will be appointed by the CIP Planning Student
Trust Fund (PSTF) and composed of three members, who serve
for two-year terms. The jury will strive to be comprised of one
CIP Fellow, the current student representative to the CIP Board,
and one member of the Manitoba Professional Planners
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