Earth Science

David Kobluk Memorial Scholarship
This award was established in 1998 by family and friends in memory of the late Professor David Kobluk, Professor of Geological Sciences at Erindale College (former name of U of T Mississauga).

It is awarded annually to the student who has obtained the highest mark in ERS325H5-Field Camp I.

The Frederick R. Burton Scholarship in Earth Science

This award was established in 1980 by Mrs. F. R. Burton in memory of her late husband, Dr. Burton, who graduated in Mining Engineering and obtained a doctorate in Geology at McGill University. He participated in all aspects of the mining industry as well as being active in the Canadian oil industry from its inception.

It is awarded annually to a full-time Earth Science Specialist student in 2nd or 3rd year who obtains the highest standing (average mark) in the foundational 2nd year Earth Science courses.

The Isabel and Tuzo Wilson Scholarship
This award was established in 1985 by friends and colleagues of Dr. and Mrs. J. Tuzo Wilson. In addition to being a pioneer in the field of tectonics, Dr. Wilson was the principal of the University of Toronto Mississauga (formerly known as Erindale College) from 1967-1974 and later served as the Director General of the Ontario Science Centre

It is awarded annually to a-full-time Earth Science Specialist student in 2nd or 3rd year who obtains the highest standing (average mark) in the courses required for the program.

The Moore Award in Earth Science
This award was established in 2007 by G.W. Kent Moore, Professor of Physics and past Chair of the Department of Chemical and Physical Sciences. Professor Moore's research interests include high latitude climate dynamics, mountain meteorology and high-altitude physiology.

It is awarded annually to the highest ranked 2nd, 3rd  or 4th year Earth Science Specialist or Major student, with preference given to a 3rd or 4th year student who is not already concurrently receiving the Isabel and Tuzo Wilson Scholarship.