SGC Scholarship

 

In 1996, the Council decided to recognize academic achievement and encourage students to pursue undergraduate studies in German at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon and the University of Regina. Therefore, two $500 annual scholarships were created, one at each of Saskatchewan’s universities. In 2007 the SGC Scholarship was renamed the Saskatchewan German Council Scholarship In Memory of Dr. Brian McKinstry.

Selections are made based on student academic achievement evaluated by the Award Committees of both institutions. Below is a list of the scholarship recipients since 1996. In some years no award was given if a suitable candidate could not be identified.

Year University of Saskatchewan University of Regina
2017 Adam Epp No Award
2016 No Award No Award
2015 No Award No Award
2014 Felipe Del Campo Donoso Jennifer Sargeant-Radomski
2013 No Award Aimee Lynn Penner-Mayoh
2012 Orhan Yilmaz No Award
2011 No Award Andrea Lee Nillson
2010 Melanie Lipinski Kirsty Lee Sigmeth
2009 No Award Rebecca Jensen
2008 No Award Melanie Little
2007 No Award Julia Hartman
2006 No Award Travis Ziegler
2005 Elysia Hunt Vologdymyr Zavadskyi
2004 No Award Janet Janzen
2003 No Award Calista Meinert
2002 Christopher Cox Karen Jaster-Laforge
2001 No Award Crystal Sannes
2000 Andrea Newsham No Award
1999 No Award Desiree Glendening
1997 Jana Warbanski No Award
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