Department of Geography and Planning

Department of Geography and Planning
Department of Geography and Planning

Financial Matters: Awards Offered by Ontario Professional Planners Institute and Canadian Institute of Planners

Michelle Taggart ('07) and Sarah Brown ('10) each won an Ontario Professional Planners Institute Gerald Carrothers Graduate Scholarship.

Keith Batstone, Katherine Sparkes ('08), Nellie Chang ('09) and Heidi Postnikoff ('11) each won an Ontario Professional Planners Institute Eastern Ontario District Graduate Student Research Award.

Jakob Van Dorp ('08) won the Ontario Professional Planners Institute Eastern Ontario District Nicholas Tunnacliffe Scholarship Award.

Jennifer Wood ('12) won the Ontario Professional Planners Institute Sue Cumming 2012 Scholarship.

The Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) Student Award for Academic Excellence is given to the CIP student member with the highest academic standing in our program.
Recipients of this award over the past 10 years include: Miranda Spessot ('15), Michael Rac ('14), Shairoz Jamal ('13), Carolyn Skoworodko ('12), Natasha Reaney ('11), Sarah Ramey ('10), Ian Semple ('09), Kristen Reid ('08), Raktim Mitra ('07), Markus Moos ('06).

Andrew Sacret ('05) and David Fitzpatrick ('08) each won a Canadian Institute of Planners Presidents' Award for Young Planners.

Marcus Moos ('06) and Nicholas Danford ('13) each won a Canadian Institute of Planners Past President - Thomas Adams Scholarship.

Katherine Sparkes ('08) won the Canadian Institute of Planners Presidents' Scholarhip.

Sarah Ramey ('10), Henry McQueen ('11), Anya Paskovic ('12) and Per Lundberg ('14) each won a Canadian Institute of Planners Past President - Horace Seymour Scholarship.

Hillary Morgan ('13) and Dilys Huang ('15) each won a Canadian Institute of Planners Past President - Humphrey Carver Scholarship.

Anna Froehlich ('12), Jonathan Pradinuk ('13) and Sarah Nielsen ('14) each won a Vancouver Scholarship for Excellence and Leadership in Sustainable Planning.

Keith Batstone and Jonathan Pradinuk ('13) each won a Dillon Consulting Limited Scholarship.