Four top students bound for McMaster with prestigious Schulich scholarships
Four outstanding students on their way to study at McMaster in September have been named Schulich Leaders for 2019.
The Schulich Foundation has designated four 2019 Schulich Leader Scholarships for McMaster: two in engineering and two in science, technology and mathematics, providing each with financial support that allows them to concentrate on their studies and develop their potential as future leaders.
McMaster’s 2019 Schulich Leaders are among 50 STEM students from across Canada to earn the prestigious scholarships to 20 Canadian universities.
Twenty-five scholarships, valued at $100,000 each, are designated for students pursuing degrees in engineering. Twenty-five scholarships, valued at $80,000 each, are designed for students studying science, technology or math.
McMaster’s 2019 Schulich leaders in Science are Jessie Meanwell (Mathematics & Statistics) and Henry Gage (Integrated Science). Meanwell is set to graduate from Hamilton’s Westdale Secondary School, while Gage comes to McMaster from Upper Canada College in Toronto.
McMaster’s 2019 Schulich leaders in Engineering are Arielle Ainabe and Arjun Snider. Ainabe is set to graduate from Oakville’s Garth Webb Secondary School, while Snider comes to McMaster from Burlington’s Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School.
Since 2012, 320 students from across Canada have been named Schulich Leaders.