SACKVILLE, NB — A former Miss Grand Falls NB, aspiring barber and poet, and an award-winning cross-country runner are among this year’s Bell Scholarship, Achievement Award, and Mary Emerancy Pickard Music Scholarship recipients at Mount Allison University.
Valued at $48,000, $36,000, and $24,000 over four years, the awards are the most prestigious entrance awards at Mount Allison.
“This year’s Bell Scholarship and Achievement Award recipients are an exceptional group of young people who have come to Mount Allison from across the country and around the world,” said Mount Allison University President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Robert Campbell. “I am pleased to welcome them to campus and wish them every success in their future endeavours, at Mount Allison and beyond.”
This year’s Bell Scholarship – $12,000 renewable over four years – recipients are Hilary Drake (West Vancouver, BC); Philippe LeBoeuf (Dieppe, NB); Kevin Levangie (Saint John, NB); Norman Nehmetallah (Windsor, ON); Amanda Rundle (Summerside, PEI); Kirsten Weagle (Hebbville, NS); and Makyla Walerickton (Guelph, ON).
“This year’s Bell Scholarship and Achievement Award recipients are an exceptional group of young people who have come to Mount Allison from across the country and around the world.” - Mount Allison University President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Robert Campbell
Bell Achievement Award recipients ($9,000 renewable over four years) include Rachel Cundiff (Calais, ME); Jeehan Jawed (United Arab Emirates); Brynne Langford (Nanaimo, BC); and Sarah MacCallum (Pictou, NS).
D’Arcy Blunston (Grand Falls, NB) is the 2012-13 recipient of the Mary Emerancy Pickard Music Scholarship ($6,000 renewable over four years).
Established in 2002 as the premier entrance scholarship at Mount Allison, the Bell Scholarship and Achievement Awards celebrate students who have demonstratedstrong academic ability, leadership potential, volunteer work, extracurricular activities, work experience, and good citizenship.