Awards

Rehabilitation Medicine Students' Association Award for Excellence
Endowed by the 2000/2001 Rehabilitation Medicine Students' Association

Field of Study: Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy or Speech Language Pathology

Value: $500

Number: 1

Conditions: To be awarded annually to a student with satisfactory academic standing continuing in a program of studies in Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, or Speech Language Pathology. Recipient will be selected on the basis of demonstrated leadership through involvement and participation in university and community organizations, with an emphasis on activities directly related to Rehabilitation Medicine

Rehabilitation Medicine Students' Association Award
Annually funded by the Rehabilitation Medicine Students' Association

Field of Study: Rehabilitation Medicine

Value: $1,000

Number: 1

Eligibility: To be awarded annually to a student with satisfactory academic standing, registered in a full-time graduate program in the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine. Selection is based on academic achievement and demonstrated involvement in volunteer work, extra-curricular activities, and promotion of the profession and/or the Faculty within the community. Must be a member of the Rehabilitation Medicine Students' Association.

Application: Contact the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine for application form. Deadline date for receipt of application is January 15th. 

Rehabilitation Medicine Students' Association (RMSA) Impact Award
Endowed by the 2017-18 RMSA Council & Executive

Value: Variable

Eligibility: Give to a student(s) registered full-time in the second year or later of any graduate program in the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine.There is a preference for students who hold two years of a continuous RMSA membership. Awards are given based on academic standing and demonstrated impact in at least one of three areas: enhancing the Rehabilitation Medicine experience for others, exhibiting rehabilitation community leadership and/or facilitating interdisciplinary collaboration. Impact Award can only be held once by a student and cannot be held in conjunction with the RMSA Award or RMSA Award of Excellence.

Application: Eligible students must submit applicable application form including a letter (max. 750 words) outlining the student's’ impact since entering the faculty as a graduate student. The letter must discuss direct impact in at least one of the three areas stated in the selection criteria for the award.