The CIC administers scholarships for high school students. Each CIC society administers student awards and competitions to recognize the outstanding contributions by students at all levels of Canadian universities and colleges.

Consult each award’s the terms of reference for eligibility criteria, nomination instructions, submissions deadlines, and a complete list of award winners.

Chemical Institute of Canada Student Scholarships

Lionel High School Chemistry Scholarships

The Lionel High School Scholarship has been established to assist high school students who show an interest to study chemistry, biochemistry or chemical engineering at a postsecondary institution, but who would not be able to attend without significant financial assistance.  Selection is based on achievement in school, interest in chemical-related studies, and financial need. The scholarship is given towards up to 4 years tuition in the program.

Lionel High School Chemistry Scholarship Terms of Reference

Canadian Society for Chemistry Student Awards and Competitions

CSC Faculty Advisor Award

Presented to one faculty advisor from the CSC who has demonstrated exceptional performance working with students. This award is a Student Chapter-nominated award.

CSC Faculty Advisor Award Terms of Reference

CSC Silver Medals

Presented to the top students at each Canadian university entering their final year of chemistry, biochemistry or related programs.

CSC Silver Medal Terms of Reference

CSC Student Chapter Merit Award

Presented to recognize and encourage initiative and originality in Student Chapter programming in chemistry.

CSC Student Chapter Merit Award Terms of Reference

CSC Reg Friesen Award for Best Oral Paper

The prize is intended to encourage students to present papers concerning chemistry or chemical engineering education, including critical evaluations of their educational experiences, and innovative learning/teaching strategies and materials.

CSC Reg Friesen Award for Best Oral Paper Terms of Reference

CSC Student Oral and Poster Competitions

Oral and poster student competitions were held at the 102nd Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition (CCCE 2019) in Quebec City. To claim your prize, contact the awards team with your home address and preferred e-mail address. Prizes will be mailed or e-transferred.

CSC Student Oral and Poster Competitions Terms of Reference

Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering Student Awards and Competitions

CSChE Chemical Engineering Local Section Scholarships

Presented to recognize academic performance,  leadership qualities, and demonstrated contributions to the CSChE, such as participation in Student.

CSChE Chemical Engineering Local Section Scholarships Terms of Reference

CSChE Faculty Advisor Award

Presented to one faculty advisor from the CSChE who has demonstrated exceptional performance working with students. This award is a Student Chapter nominated award.

CSChE Faculty Advisor Award Terms of Reference

CSChE Silver Medals

Presented to the top students at each Canadian university entering their final year of chemical engineering or a related programs.

CSChE Silver Medals Terms of Reference

CSChE Student Chapter Merit Award

Presented to recognize and encourage initiative and originality in Student Chapter programming in chemical engineering.

CSChE Student Chapter Merit Award Terms of Reference

Graduate Student Poster Competition and 3 Minute Poster (3MP) Competition

Poster competitions held at the Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference (CCEC) normally follow the format below for prizes.  Visit the conference website to confirm if there are changes to the prizes.

Graduate Student Poster Competition and 3MP Competition Terms of Reference

Hatch Plant Design Competition

Teams of undergraduate students present a plant design project, usually based on a project carried out in  their final year, but not restricted to this.

Hatch Plant Design Competition Terms of Reference

Robert G. Auld Student Paper Competition

This competition is for the best oral paper presented at the Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference on any topic that pertains to some aspect of chemical engineering.

Robert G. Auld Student Paper Competition Terms of Reference

CSChE Reg Friesen Student Oral Paper Competition

The prize is intended to encourage students to present papers of general interest concerning the following: critical evaluation of their educational experiences; innovative learning/teaching strategies and materials; other topics that address chemistry or chemical engineering education.

Terms of Reference

Canadian Society for Chemical Technology Student Awards

CSCT Silver Medals

Presented to the top students at each Canadian college completing their final year of chemical technology or a related programs.

CSCT Silver Medals Terms of Reference

CSCT Student Chapter Merit Award

Presented to recognize and encourage initiative and originality in Student Chapter programming in chemical technology or related programs.

CSCT Student Chapter Merit Award Terms of Reference