The students were honoured at
the St. Andrew’s College (Winnipeg) Convocation and Awards Ceremony on Sunday, September 18, 2011.
The courses taught in 2010-11 included:
- Intermediate Ukrainian (Prof. I. Konstantiuk)
- History of Eastern Christianity (Dr. R. Yereniuk)
- Introduction to Ukraine (Prof. O. Shevchenko)
- Making of Modern Ukraine (Dr. D. Daycock)
- Ukrainian Rites & Rituals (Dr. R. Klymasz)
The students received 25 scholarships and/or bursaries with a value of close to $13,000. The awards originated from St. Andrew’s College Foundation Scholarship and Bursary Fund and the Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies Endowment Fund at the University of Manitoba.
Many of these funds are named after prominent Ukrainian Canadian families and their family members, along with the professors, made the presentations.
|Paul Lasko presenting|
Cory Chetyrbok with the
Elia & Maria Symchych Scholarship
In each class the top three students with the highest marks received awards.
Amongst the prestigious awards was the Anne Smigel Memorial Scholarship for high standing in Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Studies, which was awarded to Cory Chetyrbok of Dauphin, MB.
The Andrew & Nellie Pawlik Scholarship for high academic standing in Ukrainian Canadian Studies and the fulfilment of a project that enhances and preserves Ukrainian culture had two winners – Justin Bzovy and Cory Chetyrbok.
|Dr. Hlynka (right) presenting the |
Steve & Anna Zurawecki Research
Fellowship to Dr. Klymasz (left)
The winners of the various awards were:
- Adriel Agpaiza
- Jenna Modha
- Curtis Mulyneaux
- Romaniya Zayats
- Khrystyna Lazar
- James Gacel
- Rodine Isfeld
- Rebecca Klass
- Kaelyn Martin
- Cory Chetyrbok (4 awards)
- Darka Burczynaki (2 awards)
- Preet Toor
- Garren Werbicki
- Fr. Michael Faryna
- Justin Bzovy