Students must apply for the International Student Leadership, Dan Gardiner and Stanley Hamilton Awards by submitting a cover letter and resume to the UGO by March 11th . The award is made on the recommendation of the Sauder School of Business. Click the name of each award for more details.
The International Student Leadership Award is an award in the amount of $5000 available to an international student who will be continuing their studies in the Bachelor of Commerce Program at the Sauder School of Business in the upcoming Winter session. To be considered, candidates must be able to demonstrate leadership and outstanding contributions in student or community affairs.
A $2500 award has been endowed by the Commerce Undergraduate Society and the Sauder School of Business in honour of Dr. Daniel F. Gardiner. Recipients are selected on the basis of extra-curricular involvement, financial need and academic performance. Candidates must be undergraduates entering the School who have at least 27 credits of course work still to be completed before graduation. *An awards application budget spreadsheet must be completed for this award as well – click the link for more details.*
A $2500 award has been endowed by the Commerce Undergraduate Society and the Sauder School of Business to honour Dr. Stanley Hamilton for his over 25 years of outstanding service to UBC and to the Vancouver community. The award is offered to a student in a Bachelor of Commerce program who has made a significant contribution to the School and/or the larger community.
The winner is selected through student nominations, and detailed evaluations by the undergraduate office. Nomination forms can be found here
MATHEW H HENDERSON MEMORIAL PRIZE & SHIELD
A $2500 prize has been endowed in memory of Matthew H Henderson by the Graduating Class of 1957 on the occasion of their 40th anniversary. The prize is awarded to the most outstanding male student in the graduating class of the Sauder School of Business. The award is made by the Faculty on the basis of academic standing, personal qualities, and contributions to the Commerce Undergraduate Society and other campus activities.
DOROTHY ANNE DILWORTH MEMORIAL PRIZE & SHIELD
As a memorial to Dorothy Anne Dilworth, a graduate of the class of 1957, a prize of $2500 has been endowed by members of her family. The prize is awarded to the most outstanding female student in the graduating class of the Sauder School of Business. The award is made by the Faculty on the basis of academic standing, personal qualities, and contributions to the Commerce Undergraduate Society and other campus activities.
LEN HENRIKSSON AWARD
The Len Henriksson Award seeks to recognize a faculty member who has engaged with students in academic and extracurricular student initiatives beyond their teaching obligations.
CUS INSPIRATION AWARD
An award given to a staff member who has demonstrated exemplary service to the Sauder community and has gone above and beyond their duties to help others.
TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARD
The Teaching Excellence Award honours a faculty member here at the Sauder School of Business who has displayed outstanding teaching achievements.
The Alumni Award is given to a Sauder School of Business Undergraduate alumnus who has made a significant impact on Commerce Undergraduate Society students, both inside and outside of the classroom.
TOP SERVICE AWARD & HONOURABLE SERVICE AWARD
These awards are given to individuals in the Commerce Undergraduate Society who have truly distinguished themselves in their service.
TOP CONFERENCE AWARD
The Top Conference Award is appointed to the best Sauder conference. All conferences undergo a rigorous evaluation process for this award. Members of an evaluation committee attend and evaluate these conferences using approved and standardized criteria, collecting feedback from conference delegates to determine the winner.
TOP CLUB AWARD
The Top Club Award recognizes a certain Sauder Club who has held the best events and who, through their activities, has been able to foster a sense of community and well-crafted value within members. There will be two recipients for this year’s Top Club Award, one for small-sized clubs, and the other for large-sized clubs. Members of an evaluation committee attend and evaluate club events using approved and standardized criteria, collecting feedback from club members in order to determine the year’s Top Club.
CUS SUSTAINABILITY AWARD
The CUS Sustainability Award seeks to recognize a CUS-affiliated club, conference or service that has made significant efforts in green initiatives and has demonstrated a commitment to sustainability leadership. To be eligible for this award, the following nomination form
must be completed a team member and submitted by March 11th, 2016.