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Student Awards

Scotiabank Undergraduate Award for Studies in Violence against Women and Children
Established by Scotiabank, awarded annually to an undergraduate student in any year of any program who demonstrates strong academic achievement and financial need.  The student must have an interest in research and education regarding violence against women and children and be involved with the Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children (CREVAWC). Preference will be given to a student in the Faculty of Education who is involved with a community agency, and whose work addresses issues relating to violence against women and children.

Value: $3,250
Awards available: 2

To apply:

  1. Create a student financial profile on The STUDENT CENTRE SITE
  2. Complete CREVAWC Application

**You must complete both of these steps to qualify**


Scotiabank Graduate Award for Studies in Violence Against Women and Children
Established by Scotiabank, awarded annually to a graduate student in any year of any program who demonstrates strong academic achievement and financial need. Candidates must have an interest in research and education regarding violence against women and children and involvement with the Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children (CREVAWC). Preference will be given to a student in the Faculty of Education who is involved with a community agency, and whose work addresses issues relating to violence against women and children.

Value: $3,250
Awards available: 2

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Elisabeth Steel Reurink Memorial Award
The Elisabeth Steel Reurink Award is awarded annually to a student connected with the Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children who is interested in violence against women issues and plays an active role in his/her community. Elisabeth died in a skiing accident in March 2009. Elisabeth, daughter of Linda Steel and Brian Reurink, wrote that “Society and the world are always in need of change or fixing because as soon as we fix one problem another one arises. With every problem people have the ability and the capacity to be compassionate and reach out to help their neighbour, even if their neighbour is half-way around the world.”

Value: $1000
Awards available: 1

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The David Wolfe Scholarship on Research on Violence Prevention
The David Wolfe scholarship was established in 2016 to recognize Dr. Wolfe’s work in research on violence prevention. Awarded annually in June to a graduate student in the Faculty of Education based on academic achievement and research on violence prevention and student well-being in schools. Dr. David Wolfe is a Senior Research Scholar and Professor with the Centre for Research and Education on Violence Against Women and Children at the Faculty of Education at Western University. Dr. Wolfe is a fellow of the American Psychological Association, past President of Division 37 (Child, Youth, and Family Services), and received a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP).

Value at: $1,500.00
Awards available: 1

2016 Application


The Ray Hughes Scholarship on Innovative Practices in Violence Prevention
The Ray Hughes scholarship was established in 2016 to recognize Ray Hughes. Awarded annually in June to a pre-service teacher in the Faculty of Education who has demonstrated innovative practices in violence prevention curriculum or programming in schools. Ray Hughes is the National Coordinator for the 4thR program with the Centre for School Mental Health at the Faculty of Education at Western University. He had a distinguished career in education with over 35 years of experience as a teacher, Department Head, university lecturer, and consultant.

Value at: $1,500.00
Awards available: 1

2016 Application


For questions regarding awards please contact Maly Bun-Lebert at mbun@uwo.ca