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School of the Environment

U of T plays a global leadership role in environmental stewardship through education, research and civic engagement. Across the University and beyond, hundreds of faculty, thousands of students and scores of alumni are addressing the most pressing issues'from global warming through renewable energy and clean water to sustainable, healthy cities'and working closely with internal and external partners to advance the environmental agenda in Canada. The School of the Environment serves as a hub of and portal to an unparalleled breadth of cutting-edge research, as well as a full slate of innovative undergraduate, graduate, professional, distance and public education programs. Your gift will support established and aspiring environmental experts as they collaborate, share new ideas, discover solutions and inspire positive change for the benefit of a sustainable and healthy society.

Environment Trust

Donations will be directed to current area of greatest need.

Jane Goodall Scholarship

This scholarship is to be awarded to outstanding undergraduate students enrolled in a School of the Environment program. Preference is given to students who are focusing on studies of environment and development.

Alexander B. Leman Memorial Award

This award is in memory of Alexander B. Leman, an architect and urban planner. It is to be awarded to a graduate student enrolled in the collaborative program at the School of the Environment and the Department of Geography’s Program in Planning.

Skip Willis Undergraduate Scholarship

The award was created in honour of Errick "Skip" Willis who was an internationally recognized expert in climate change, a valued member of the Environmental Finance Committee at the School of the Environment, and an instructor with the School’s Carbon Finance program. Skip was a frequent guest lecturer for numerous undergraduate and graduate courses, and a generous mentor to students. The award honours his commitment to civil discourse and progress on climate change issues.

Rodney White Scholarship

This scholarship was established in memory of Professor Rodney White, an internationally renowned authority in transdisciplinary and international research relating to urban and environmental infrastructure and management, adaptation to climate change and environmental risk and liability. He collaborated with others in research and teaching on urban sustainability, risk analysis and environmental finance, and, as Director of the former Institute for Environmental Studies, helped in the founding of the Centre for Environment, which became the School of the Environment.

Douglas Pimlott Awards

Established by the colleagues and friends of the late Professor Douglas Pimlott, former Professor of Zoology, Forestry and Fellow of Innis College.

The Pimlott Awards are to be awarded to one or more undergraduate students enrolled in a program offered by the School of the Environment, on the basis of financial need. Academic merit and a demonstrated commitment to social involvement in environmental issues will also be considered. In recognition of the history of undergraduate environmental issues at Innis College, preference will be given to Innis students if applicants are of equal merit.

Robert Hunter Scholarship

This award was established by CHUM Limited and generously supported by various donors. It is to be awarded to outstanding undergraduate students enrolled in a program offered by the Centre for Environment. Preference will be given to students who are focusing their environmental studies on climate; however, this preference does not preclude other environmental students from being eligible.

Eric David Baker Krause Graduate Fellowship

This fellowship was created in honour of the late Eric Krause, established by his former colleagues at the City of Toronto and the University of Toronto. It is awarded to a graduate student enrolled in a School of the Environment graduate Collaborative Specialization program, on the basis of financial need and academic excellence. Preference is given to students who have obtained their undergraduate degree from the former University of Toronto Division for Environment or, presently, the School of the Environment.

Marjorie Gillespie Bolton and Mabel Gillespie Norris Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established through the generosity of the Estate of Marjorie Bolton in honour of the late Marjorie Gillespie Bolton and Mabel Gillespie Norris. It is awarded annually to a graduate student at the University of Toronto with demonstrated financial need, whose academic focus is in the area of sustainability, environmental justice, biodiversity, and/or conservation.

Dr. Stanley Allan Cord Scholarship in Environmental Studies

This scholarship, established in memory of Dr. Stanley Allan Cord, is to be awarded to third or fourth year students at the School of the Environment who have achieved academic excellence.

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