John E. Floyd Scholarship in Microeconomics
The John E. Floyd Scholarship in Microeconomics was established in 2019 in honour of Professor Emeritus John E. Floyd. Made possible by Julie Hart, the award is given to the student with the highest grade in ECO206Y5 (Microeconomic Theory) registered in an Economics Major or Specialist program. Registration for the following academic year in Economics is a requirement.
Harold Erstad Award
The Harold Erstad Award was established in 1986 in memory of Harold Erstad who was a founding member of the Labour council and was involved in all aspects of labour organization and the New Democratic Party. The award is given to the student that achieves the highest grade in ECO370Y - Economics of Organisations.
Michael J. Hare Award
The Michael J. Hare Award was established in 1999 by family, friends and colleagues of Professor Michael J. Hare. This award is given to the student whom achieves the highest academic standing after completing ECO101H5 and ECO102H5, and enrolls in the Economics Specialist or Financial Economics Specialist Program. Registration in Year III at UTM and enrollment in the Economics Specialist or Financial Economics Specialist program are requirements of this award.
Rotary Club of Mississauga Lakeshore Scholarship
The Rotary Club of Mississauga Lakeshore Scholarship in Economics was established in 1985 by the Port Credit Rotary Club (currently known as the Rotary Club of Mississauga Lakeshore). The award is given to a third year student with high academic standing in the Economics Specialist or Financial Economics Specialist Program.