University of New Brunswick, Dalhousie University and the University of Ottawa have solidified their 2016 Schulich Leaders!
Finnegan Kummer of Tantramar Regional High School accepted the Schulich Leader Scholarship to pursue Engineering at UNB. His counterpart, Catherine Hall of Carleton North High School accepted the Schulich Leader Scholarship to pursue a Sciences degree at UNB.
Bailey Tarrant, of Holy Name of Mary Academy accepted Dalhousie's Schulich Leader Scholarship towards a Science degree. Her fellow 2016 Schulich Leader at Dalhousie, Jack deGooyer, accepted the scholarship to pursue an Engineering degree.
Tyler Dacosta, of Ecole Secondaire Theriault accepted UOttawa's Schulich Leaders Scholarship towards an Physics Electrical Engineering degree. UOttawa received acceptance of the science-based Schulich Leader Scholarship offer from Maria Park of Corner Brook Regional High. Maria is the second Schulich Leader to be selected from Corner Brook since Dalhousie's 2013 Schulich Leader, Maike Van Niekerk.
Wishing Finnegan, Catherine, Bailey, Jack, Tyler and Maria congratulations on this life-changing accomplishment!