The Society of Contaminated Sites Approved Professionals of British Columbia (CSAP) supports the next generation of Contaminated Sites Approved Professionals by offering up to three scholarships annually to science and engineering graduate students whose studies are relevant to the assessment and remediation of contaminated sites.
- Two scholarships valued at $5,000 each.
- One scholarship, the Mike Macfarlane Memorial Scholarship, valued at $7,000. The Mike Macfarlane Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Mike Macfarlane, the former Director of the Land Remediation Section of the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy and is awarded for outstanding innovative and forward-thinking research relevant to contaminated sites.
- Applicant must be enrolled in and have started a science or engineering program leading to a post graduate project or thesis.
- Applicant must have a clearly defined research project (can be full thesis or a major project for a coursework masters) and demonstrate the relevance of the research to the investigation and remediation of contaminated sites.
- Applicant must be in the first or second year of their graduate degree and describe their research project in enough detail to determine its merits for scholarship award. Scholarships will be preferentially awarded to students beginning their work, not completing it.
- Applicant must not have been a recipient of the CSAP Graduate Scholarships in Environmental Sciences and Engineering in the past.
Details are available here:
The application form with all supporting documents must be received by March 29, 2024, at 5:00 p.m. PST. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered or accepted.
Applicants can contact the CSAP Society by email or phone prior to the deadline to verify receipt of their application.
For more information, contact the CSAP Society at [email protected].