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Graduate Students

Please note that the 2021-2022 Graduate students scholarships/awards will be uploaded soon. 

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Undergraduate Students

For information on the Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards, please click here.

The Department is proud to present our 2020-21 English prize winners:
  • The Department of English Prize: Bisman Kaur
  • Aikins Scholarship in English: Alexander Lynch
  • Jane Austen Society of North America - Toronto Chapter Scholarship: Julia Vescio, Anna-Maria Maleshev
  • Avie Bennett Prize in Canadian Literature: Sagal Mohamoud 
  • Beverley Beetham Endersby Prize: Claire Ellis 
  • Department of English Book Prize: Bisman Kaur
  • John King Scholarship in English Language and Literature: Bisman Kaur 
  • Winston and Stephanie Ling Award in English: Joel Fisher
  • Dr. Arnold W. and Edna M. Macpherson Memorial Scholarship: Bisman Kaur
  • Glen Mawr Old Girls' Association Scholarship in English: Jocelyn Cheung
  • Walter A. O'Grady Undergraduate Scholarship in Eighteenth-Century English Literature: Julia Heaney
  • Walter A. O'Grady Undergraduate Scholarship in English: Shumin Zhao 
  • Elinore Siminovitch Memorial Bursary: 
  • Elinore Siminovitch Memorial Prize: Jovana Pajovic 
  • John W. Spitzer Scholarships: Sean Morgado, Holly Melsom, Rachelle Wilson, Julia Vescio
  • Anne Tanenbaum Scholarship in English Literature (Second Year): Jocelyn Cheung 
  • Anne Tanenbaum Scholarship in English Literature (Third Year): Alexander Lynch
  • Christopher Wallis Undergraduate Scholarship in English: Julia Vescio
  • C. B. Farrar Undergraduate Scholarship in English: Yeain Jeon 
  • Milton Wilson Prize: Juliano Gaglione 
  • Gloria Lyn Memorial Award in the Department of English: Rebecca Proch 

 Note: Names are withheld until the winners confirm that we may post them.

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