Maritime Awards Society of Canada

MASC Scholars – Calgary

University of Calgary MASC Scholarships

The Maritime Awards Society encourages its supporters and friends to donate directly to the established scholarship funds that exist at the following universities: Memorial University of Newfoundland, Dalhousie University, the University of Calgary, and the University of Victoria.

University of Calgary: The Maritime Awards Society of Canada Graduate Scholarship is available to graduate students at the University of Calgary studying any subject that deals with improving the national awareness of the importance of maritime affairs to Canada’s future, which could include economic, environmental, historic, political, scientific, and sociological issues. Valued at $2,100, one award will be granted annually to a student registered full-time in a thesis-based graduate program, tenable in the University of Calgary Faculty of Graduate Studies. Students should consult the Graduate Award Competition guidelines and application guide. Deadline: February 1, to the candidate’s graduate program office, unless the program has an earlier deadline.

  • If you would like to contribute to the MASC endowment at the University of Calgary by cash, cheque, shares or another method of payment, please contact give@ucalgary.ca or 403-220-8261. To make a contribution online, please follow this link. The University of Calgary will issue a tax receipt to you.

Previous Recipients

Year Name Topic
2013/2014 Lauren Moslow
2012/2013 Adam Lajeunesse Under-Ice Operations in the Canadian Arctic, 1960-1986

2005/2006

Torsten Geldsetzer Multi polarized microwave remote sensing of snow covered sea ice

2004/2005

Stephanie Cousineau Conflict on the High Seas – A Comparative Study of Unrestricted Submarine Warfare Campaigns of WWII

2003/2004

Erin Weir The NAZI Submarine Blockade-A New Victoria of Economic Warfare

1999/2001

Christopher Bullock Maritime Security in the Asia-Pacific Region

1998/1999

Samuel Ryan Benefits of Augmenting GPS for Maritime Navigation