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Terence Penelhum Undergraduate Scholarship

Made possible by donations from the former Faculty of Humanities, the Department of Philosophy, the former Department of Religious Studies, and colleagues and former students of Dr. Terence Penelhum. Two awards of $450 are offered annually to undergraduate students entering their third or fourth year in the Faculty of Arts, majoring in Philosophy or Religious Studies, and based on academic merit. One award is allocated to a student majoring in Religious Studies and one award is allocated to a student majoring in Philosophy.

Rhoda F. Blythe Philosophy Undergraduate Scholarship

Endowed by faculty members and friends of the Department of Philosophy. One award of $1900 is offered annually to a continuing undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts, majoring in Philosophy, with primary consideration being given to noteworthy philosophical aptitude and secondary consideration being given to academic achievement.

Department of Philosophy Scholarship

Donated by faculty members of the Department of Philosophy. One award of $800 is offered annually to an undergraduate student, registered full-time in an Honours, major, or minor program in the Department of Philosophy, and based on academic merit in Philosophy courses.

Brian Grant Undergraduate Award

Established in memory of Associate Professor Brian Grant (1940-2007), this annual essay contest is open to undergraduate students registered at the University of Calgary in any faculty.  The topic for each year's contest is announced at the end of Fall Term with a submission date deadline usually at the end of March.  The winner of the essay contest will receive the Brian Grant Philosophy Undergraduate Award (currently valued at approximately $1000).

Silver Medallion in Philosophy

For students completing their undergraduate degree program requirements with academic excellence at the University of Calgary. Each faculty and department determines its own definition of academic excellence and establishes guidelines for the selection of medallion recipients, with consideration to the following criteria: Grade point average, course load, minimum number of University of Calgary courses taken.

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