Schulich Leader Scholarships

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Schulich Leader Scholarships
Founded 2011
Location
  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Locations
  • Canada, Israel
Members
510.[1]
Key people
Seymour Schulich
Endowment $100 million
Website schulichleaders.com

The Schulich Leader Scholarships is a Canadian and Israeli undergraduate award program that provides scholarships for students enrolled in STEM areas of study. Established in 2011 following a $100 million gift from Canadian businessman and philanthropist Seymour Schulich[2] and Co-administered by the UJA Federation of Greater Toronto,[3] the program was initiated with the goal of producing STEM leaders to strengthen the economic competitiveness of Canada and Israel.[4] In the inaugural year, 977 high schools and CÉGEPs across Canada put forward a nominee to compete in the annual award competition.[5] In 2015, 1,250 students were nominated, fifty of whom were selected for the scholarship by one of the twenty participating universities.[6]

Selection Process - Canada[edit]

In Canada, all secondary schools may submit a single nominee for the award each year, with the exception of CÉGEPs in Québec, which may submit two. To be eligible for the scholarship, nominees must be entrepreneurial-minded and meet two out of three criteria: outstanding community, business or entrepreneurial leadership; academic excellence; and/or financial need.[7]

Choosing from the pool of nominees who have applied to their institution, each of twenty participating universities select two students to become Schulich Leader Scholarship recipients - one student pursuing undergraduate studies in engineering receives a scholarship valued at $80,000 CAD, while the second scholarship, allocated to a student in one of the other three STEM disciplines, has a $60,000 CAD value.[8] The five university partners that attract the most Nominee applications by deadline are provided an additional two scholarships to offer: one towards engineering ($100,000 since 2016-17) and one towards science and mathematics ($80,000 since 2016-17).[9]

Selection Process - Israel[edit]

In addition to the Canadian program, Schulich Leader Scholarships is being carried out at five participating universities in Israel.[10]

In Israel, nominees are evaluated based on similar attributes: leadership and volunteerism, academic standing, and financial need.[11]

Each university selects ten Schulich Leaders annually: five engineer-based Leaders and five science, technology or mathematics-based Leaders.[12]

Universities and Schulich Leaders[edit]

The following university partners distribute Schulich Leader Scholarships:

Canada[edit]

British Columbia[edit]

Year / University Simon Fraser University University of British Columbia University of Victoria
2012

Jessie Russell

Jeff Chen[13]

Cassandra Elphinstone[14]

Jen-ai Lai[15]

Jennifer Borchert

Aliya Khan

2013 Deven Azevedo[16][17]

Andy Zeng[16][17]

Jake Blan[18][19]

Gurman Khera[19]

Paul Kim[20][21]

Sarah Khan[21]

2014 Raaj Chatterjee[22][23][24]

Nancy Lum[23][25]

  • Mohammed Abousaleh[30]
  • Joshua Stimpson[31]
2015
  • Brendan Cottrell
  • Salina Kung[32]
  • Arthur Chen
  • Anita Mahinpei
  • Aishwarya Roshan[33]
  • Rika Sugimoto Dimitrova
  • Wylee Fitz-Gerald
  • Austin Sawyer[33]
2016
  • Scott Bernard
  • Jennifer Yi
  • Noah Tajwar
  • Lasya Vankayala
  • Robert Lee
  • Rebecca Hansen
2017 Basil Giannopoulos

Jasmine Rai

Miranda Andersen

Gibson Clark

Ali Janjiana

Andrew Tong

Saba Askari Jafar Abadi

Helen Spry

2018 Antonia Kowalewski

Bradley Schellenberg

Emily Cross

Ronin Cunningham

Rebecca Lim

Mateo Pekic

Spencer Hancock

Karlee Zaruk

Prairies[edit]

Year / University University of Alberta University of Calgary University of Saskatchewan University of Manitoba
2012
  • Qadeem Salehmohamed
  • Nikita-Kiran Singh
  • Bruce M. Gao
  • Armin Rouhi
  • Lance Pikta
  • Ian Andvaag
  • Alexa McAdam
  • Kimia Sheikholeslami
2013
  • Paige Froese[39]
  • Annie Schubert
2014
  • Janica Echavez[44]
  • Lauren Hebert
  • Alexander Czehryn[50]
  • Kailee Rutherford[51]
2015
  • Jamie Dublanko
  • Kyle McKee
  • Nimra Dar
  • Simranjeet Singh
  • Harley Bray
  • Christopher Dyck[56]
2016
  • Ben Hallworth
  • Sheldon Cannon
  • Hannah Rahim
  • Joycelyn Ho
  • Andrew te Linde
  • Alana Krug-Macleod
  • Viktor Popp
  • Grant Legaree
2017 Natasha Danha

Sean Sander

Heide Adham

Ethan Rigby

Kinga Nolan

Regan Wilson

Bailey Paziuk

Shayna Timmerman

2018 Gillian Besko

Anoushka Gaekwad

Maria Baclig

Rylan Marianchuk

Vaidehee Lanke

Joel Pollak

Michael Kehler

Alex Kitt

Ontario[edit]

Year / University McMaster University Queen's University University of Ottawa University of Toronto University of Waterloo Western University York University
2012
  • Clifford Roose Lerebours
  • Daniel Hu
  • Émilie-Anne Fleury
  • Regan Cross
  • William Kwan
  • Kyle Wamer
  • Nicole Pitre
  • Nicole Shum
  • Arpit Sharma
  • Yaakov Green
2013
  • Adesewa Oloko
  • Magdelena Richardson
2014
  • Tayyaba Bhatti[48]
  • Elise Hewat
2015
  • Conary Coyne
  • Melissa Cusack Striepe
  • Erika Kropf
  • Jessica Loiseau
  • Shing Shan Chan
  • Mary Hickox
  • Sandra Smeltzer[80]
  • Lin Wei Tung
  • Christopher Choquette-Choo
  • Daniel McInnis
  • Julia Won[83]
  • Annie Yao
  • Aaron Grenke
  • Ella Rasmussen
  • Madeline Shred
  • Cindy Wei
  • Kyra Moura
  • Dane Sisinni
  • Nadav Gasner
  • Kyra McLellan
2016
  • Behrad Dehnadi
  • Emma Mogus
  • Erin Puersten
  • Kaylie Lau
  • Isabel Hazan
  • Becky Balcom
  • Jaedyn Smith
  • Jessie Payne
  • Tyler Dacosta
  • Maria Park
  • Colin Daly
  • Mackenzie Collins
  • Kyne Santos
  • Emma Paynter
  • Amelia Carver
  • Lovdeep Singh
  • Linda Guo
  • Sandra Sabongui
  • Rafthesh Balendran
  • Arma Khan
2017 Jomanah Chahrour

Sam Crawford

Joshua Guinness

Nicole Wong

Laure Halabi

Jacob Meadus

Ryley Molloy

Johann Sapim

Susie O'Brien

Denis Qeska

Aiden Aird

Andres Lombo

Carl Pinter

Jack Stanley

Alina Arvisais

Cameron Bardell

Mickey Dang

Emma Lozhkin

Luke Ingratta

Joy Shah

Kezia Johnson

Nathan Stachow

2018 Julia Azzi

Shannon Buck

Emelyn Kupinski

Nikola Petrevski

Angela Choi

Sonal Gupta

Sophia Ludovice

Peter Matthews

Roslin Chen

Angelica Paynter

Daniel Hoogsteen

Markus Kunej

Sidrah Rana

Eli Scott

David Gu

Atif Mahmud

Advait Maybhate

Robin Wen

Ryan Harlen

Tony Xu

Katrina Carver

Jack Wawrow

Québec[edit]

Year / University McGill University École Polytechnique de Montréal Université de Montréal Université Laval
2012
  • Julie Wong
  • Michael Kourlas
  • N/A
  • Laurence Arpin
  • Flavie-Anne Boulerice
  • Sacha Lajoie
  • Terry Blaskovits
2013
  • Audrey-Ann Lavoie
  • Manuel Lavoie-April
2014
  • Simona Bene Watts[87]
  • Anna Henley
2015
  • Marie-Danielle Duquette[92]
  • Chloé Villeneuve
  • Rosemarie Dupont[93]
  • Nicolas Tremblay[93]
2016
  • Abtin Ameri
  • Mana Moshkforoush
  • Félix Desrochers
  • Pierre-Antoine Bernard
  • Camille Comtois
  • Michelle Janusz
2017 Iva Demirova

Katherine Sirois

Frédéric Larocque Stefan Horoi Nicolas Fillion

Gabrielle Martineau

2018 Miasya Bulger

Raphael Hotter

Vlad Drelciuc Robin Legault Maria-Laure Filion

Monica Gagnier

Maritimes[edit]

Year / University University of New Brunswick Dalhousie University Memorial University
2012
  • Brady Hooley
  • Dulanga Ranasinghe
  • Julia Pennell
  • Lauren Atkinson
  • Cole Walsh
  • Jivetesh S. Chhatwal
2013
  • Maike van Niekerk
  • Akanksha Joshi - Dropped
  • Grace Marcoux
  • Brianna MacKeigan
2014
  • Shuaijin Wang
  • Sonja Power
2015
  • Wesley Finck
  • Min Ji Kim
  • Allyson Evans
  • Victoria Somerton
  • Meriel Fitzgerald
  • Sakif Mohammed
2016
  • Finnegan Kummer
  • Cassie Hall
  • Jack deGooyer
  • Bailey Tarrant
  • Julie Young
  • Kenzie Grace
2017 Madeleine Crawford

Nathan McNally

Kate Arpin

Brad Jones

Jessica Blatta

Zack Rooney

2018 Gaia Noseworthy

Anna Postill

Anna Minarik

Kayla Thomson

Alex Janes

Callie Melindy

Israel[edit]

Year / University Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Tel Aviv University Bar-Ilan University Hebrew University of Jerusalem Ben-Gurion University
2012
  • Alexander Mnouskin
  • Julieta Arakelian
  • Matan Uzan
  • Jiana Amer
  • Moran Kriheli
  • Sahar Levin
  • Yitzhack Avital
  • Gita Ferber
  • Yakir Gorski
  • Netanel Shavit
  • Natan David
  • David Dantelski
  • Alexandra Khrizman
  • Itzhak Ben Or
  • Matan Seidel
  • Yaniv Pade
  • Dvir Partush[99]
  • Shaked Naor
  • Sivan Arber
  • Tal Berkovich
2013
  • Dean Barzilay
  • Kamal Osman
  • Orr Krupnik
  • Roi Sinoff
  • Yaakov Sokolik
  • Yoav Kahana
  • Yonatan Buchnik
  • Adam Bittman
  • Daniel Kohn
  • Hila Israelov
  • Keren-or Wertheimer
  • Noa Leibovich
  • Rami Rahamim Mazon
  • Stanislav Steinberg
  • Ariel Ashkenazy
  • Daniel Dgani
  • Gilad Rath
  • Hagai Taitelbaum
  • Harel Yohai
  • Immanuel Meyer
  • Yair Israel Ronen
  • Ben Efron
  • Chen Gabriel
  • Itzhak Adamso
  • Noam Freeman
  • Shahar Livni
  • Yonatan Avraham
  • Yulia Rozenblum
  • Carmel Marie-Louise Herold
  • Elena Kheifets
  • Gideon Ilani
  • Hadar Ben-Shushan
  • Menachem Sadigurschi
  • Sapir Duany
  • Shaked Horovitz
2014
  • Ehud Shomron
  • Ori Michael
  • Ofri Rips
  • Shai Gazit
  • Yaqeen Egbarea
  • Amir Livne
  • Naame Pearl
  • Arnon Basok
  • Amit Munk
  • Gal Peretz
  • Michael Tahar
  • Naama Wagner
  • Aviram Ziv
  • Lior Shalom
  • Netanel Zadok
  • Hodaya Terner
  • Eyal Orbach
  • Aviad Eisenberg
  • Niv Zandani
  • Dvir Breitbart
  • Moshe Gamliel
  • Yoni Manzur
  • David Neuhof
  • Daniel Levy
  • Danit Twito
  • Ophir Goloveshko
  • Yachel Ben Shalom
  • Moriya Shragai
  • Yehoshuah Winsten
  • Daniel Papismedov
  • Einat Digodker
  • Asa Tirosh
  • Ollie Berniker
  • Dror Alexandre
  • Maayan Sohmer
2015
  • Hadeel Abu Assaad
  • Adi Green
  • Sharon Yogev
  • Orel Haim
  • Noa Moshkovitz
  • Maikel Zilin
  • Itai Levi
  • Iris Shub
  • Daniel Maler
  • Alon Kom
  • Zohar Marbel
  • Vered Medelovich
  • Ranen Shenhav
  • Oshri Elmalah
  • Niv Amitay
  • Menachem Ben David
  • Maryam Agbaria
  • Lior Cohen
  • Jonathan Ataria
  • Chen Daniel
  • Yonadav Munk
  • Yoel Tavor
  • Tzur Raanan
  • Renana Kofman
  • Joshua Bloch
  • Itai Roth
  • Ido Klein
  • Gilad Plen
  • Avigail Spolter
  • Adi Usan
  • Nitzan Ben Hamo
  • Artyom Abramovich
  • Zvi Victor
  • Orel Keliahu
  • Yarden Maor
  • Matan Aviel
  • Rina Chouraqui
  • Eitan Margulis
  • Peleg Bar On
  • Itai Cohen
  • Yonatan Meir
  • Tomer Zohar
  • Tomer Malach
  • Tal Erez
  • Offer Einy
  • Meir Shomron
  • Liat Tsoran
  • Hadas Patya
  • Efrat Dim
  • Amit Magen
2016
  • Nitay Calderon
  • Maya Cohen
  • Naveh Engelsrath
  • Reham Farhat
  • Sahar Feigheles
  • Gal Goldich
  • Aya Kittany
  • Niv Rafaeli
  • Reef Tamir
  • Amit Zaitman
  • Shir Goldovsky
  • Amots Hermony
  • Rony Hirschhorn
  • Yuri Lukach
  • Refael Meirov
  • Michelle Rechtszaid Hauser
  • Yuval Shapira
  • Liza Suissa
  • Tom Vaknin
  • Harel Chemo
  • Elad Adler
  • Shai Ben Ami
  • Shahar Haritan
  • Meirav Krakover
  • Naftali Shalev Stoch
  • Tamar Sprecher
  • Leah Wachtfogel
  • Menachem Yitzchaki
  • Elad Zehavi
  • Elisheva Berkovich
  • Azriel Gold
  • Chen Fridman
  • Ram Friedman
  • Yehonatan Hammer
  • Noa Hazony
  • Rafael Horowitz
  • Adi Kobi
  • Anait Martirosyan
  • Orian Raz
  • Daniel Shimko
  • Yoav Ben Dov
  • Amir Bialer
  • Or Elmackias
  • Shir Ezra
  • Shira Hacohen
  • Hila Levi
  • Talia Krakauer
  • Yuval Naim
  • Tamar Ophir
  • Nadav Zacks
2017 Shenhav Abitbul

Gil Chikorel

Gal Elfer

Aya Fadool

Eyal Finkelshtein

Yoav Furer

Sagi Lahav

Anita Mayorov

Eytan Meisner

Philip Shakkour

Ido Alpern

Matan Arble

Danielle Bar

Gaea Ehrlich

Yarden Haskin

Shir Krausz

Alon Richter

Rom Rosen

Galia Shaham

Shahaf Sigal

Michael Bash

Tfila Berenson

Nechama Kelter

Tehila Matas

Michal Rot

Ariel Shapira

Shani Shimol

Sharon Shoob

Halel Stolovitch

Ariel Yaaran

Raghad Darawshy

Michael Gershtein

Kascharel Hronec

Tzvi Michelson

Inbal Miron

Meira Reichenberg

Or Tal

Lian Tsvetkov

Shaie Raul Wainschenker

Brahan Wassan

Daniel Arviv

Matan Avni

Menahem Brenner

Osher Gueta

Dafna Heiman

Gev Krieger

Yarden Levi

Ori Luwisch

Shaked Segev

Avihai Serfati

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