Students recognized with Sandra Irving Scholarships
11, 2012—Saint John–Two political science students at the University of New
Brunswick Saint John want to make a positive impact on the world around
them. Thanks to their high academic
performance and financial support from the Sandra Irving Scholarship, they’re
well on their way.
Cogger and Joshua Forward have each been awarded $5,000 to help achieve their
scholarship will help these students pursue their personal goals,” said Debra
Lindsay, chair of the Sandra Irving Scholarship selection committee.
Cogger, a Liberal Arts student with a major in Political Science, is quite
interested in foreign policy, national security and global trade. He hopes to work with the Department of
Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
student, Joshua Forward, wants to pursue a career in education following his
Bachelor of Arts degree so he can make a valuable contribution to his
assisted with soccer and volleyball teams at Simonds High School for the past
three years, as well as acting as a student mentor for the Promise Partnership,
I’ve enjoyed helping students develop athletically as well as academically,”
Sandra Irving Scholarship is awarded annually to political science students at
UNB Saint John. The selection committee
looks at academic standing, career aspirations and a personal statement in
making its decision. The $5,000
scholarship is named for the donor, a UNB Saint John political science graduate
who created the award.
at UNB Saint John are generously supported by a number of scholarships and
bursaries like the Sandra Irving Scholarship.
Learn more at www.unb.ca/scholarships.
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