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Alumni Student Leadership Awards

 

Alumni Student Leadership Prizes:

 Nominations are now open for 2020 Student Leadership Prizes.  Nominations will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 18, 2020.

Robert W.F. Stephenson Prize for students demonstrating excellence in student governance

The Robert W.F. Stephenson Prize was established by the Alumni Association on the occasion of Robert's completion of his term as Chair of Trent's Board of Governors. Mr. Stephenson was the first alumnus to hold the position of chair. Valued at $1000, the prize, which recognizes outstanding student leaders, was first awarded in 1995. The Award for Excellence in Student Governance underscores the alumni Association's high regard for student leadership contribution to the overall mission of Trent University.
2020 Stephenson Nomination form. 

 

David Glassco Prize for students demonstrating outstanding generosity of spirit in a range of activities, including music, athletics, or theatre, in the Trent and Peterborough communities

The David Glassco Prize was established by donors in 2013 to honour the late David Glassco, a long-time faculty member in the Department of English Literature and former principal of Champlain College. Professor Glassco’s contributions were not only felt in the classroom, but also in athletics, theatre, and music, both on campus and in the community. Valued at $1000, the prize recognizes a student who has demonstrated outstanding generosity of spirit in a range of activities outside the classroom, including music, athletics, or theatre, in the Trent and Peterborough communities. The David Glassco Prize underscores the Alumni Association’s high regard for student leadership contribution to the overall mission of Trent University.
2020 Glassco Nomination Form

 

Paul Delaney Award for Outstanding Young Philanthropist

The Paul Delaney award will recognize a student or a recent alumnus or alumna whose work sowing seeds of friendship and a spirit of philanthropy makes them an outstanding model for Trent students to emulate.  Ideally this individual’s leadership will reverberate across cultural, religious, generational and other boundaries.  The award is a lasting legacy to alumnus Paul Delaney ‘64, an extraordinary person who affected and affirmed the lives of people from across Canada and around the world.  It will also affirm the Trent University values of social responsibility and global citizenship, values to which Paul dedicated his life.  2020 Paul Delaney Nomination Form

Previous Alumni Student Leadership Award Recipients