Giving

Donation Funds

Canada 150 Alumni Award in Rehabilitation
Together, our alumni are celebrating Canada's 150th birthday by creating the Canada 150 Alumni Award in Rehabilitation to advance the art and science of rehabilitation in our great nation. Your gift will establish a fund to support a University of Alberta alumnus pursuing a graduate degree in the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine. This award provides a unique opportunity for us to celebrate and make a difference for future generations of rehabilitation professionals - for the next 150 years and beyond.

Al Cook Scholarship in Rehabilitation Science
Established in honor of the former Dean of the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, the scholarship is awarded annually to a student entering the MSc in Rehabilitation Science Program.

Joan Loomis Graduate Scholarship in Physical Therapy
Awarded annually to a student newly admitted to the fulltime entry-level MSc PT degree program in the Department of Physical Therapy on the basis of superior academic standing and who has demonstrated a commitment to volunteerism.

Lorna Jean Reimer Memorial Bursary
Awarded annually to a fulltime student enrolled in the Master’s program in the Department of Occupational Therapy. Recipients are chosen based on financial need.

Ian Sim Memorial Award
Awarded annually to a fulltime student enrolled in the Master’s program in the Department of Physical Therapy. Recipients are chosen based on financial need.

Rehabilitation Medicine FIRST Fund for PT, OT, and SLP
This fund assists in training the next generation of rehabilitation professionals, advances rehabilitation practice and impacts the quality of life and health of our communities. It is used to acquire teaching tools and other student instructional materials and equipment; purchase textbooks and journals relevant to rehabilitation medicine for the University Library; and funds emergency student bursaries for students in financial need.

Lisa Lynn Leinweber Memorial Scholarship
Awarded annually to a student in the final year of the Occupational Therapy program. The recipient will have satisfactory academic standing, demonstrate involvement in the community and participate in recreational and leisure activities. The recipient will also demonstrate leadership qualities academically and personally, and will have achieved outstanding scholarship. 

May and John Lockhart Career Enhancement Award
Awarded annually to a student in the final year of the Occupational Therapy program. The recipient will have satisfactory academic standing and demonstrate involvement in Occupational Therapy related extracurricular activities. Preference will be given to a student from a farm family or rural small business family in Western Canada.

The Robin Kochorek Memorial Bursary
This endowed bursary will be awarded annually to a graduate student registered in the Master of Science Speech Language Pathology program offered by the Department of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology.  Selection will be based on financial need and involvement in community activities.

Corbett Hall Student Physical Therapy Clinic
The Corbett Hall Student Clinic was launched in 2009 to allow students in the Master of Science in Physical Therapy (MScPT) program to provide treatment and rehabilitation in a clinical setting under the supervision of a licensed physical therapist. The nonprofit clinic offers care to the general public and University of Alberta students and staff. Funding provides for supplies and equipment.

For more information on giving to the Faculty of Rehabilitation, contact our Assistant Dean, Development, John Voyer at 780.248.5781 or jvoyer@ualberta.ca.