GOLD MEDAL - BIOCHEMISTRY
A medal is awarded annually by the University to the graduating candidate who has demonstrated academic excellence in an honours degree who is deemed by the Department to have achieved the highest standing in a plan offered by that department. Departments within the Faculty of Arts and Science will consider students in a major, medial or specialization plan offered by that Department. Normally, a Department may nominate only one candidate for a medal.
CRAINE PROFESSOR SCHOLARSHIP
Established in March 2009 by Glenville Jones, Craine Professor and Head, Department of Biochemistry, to recognize student achievement in the undergraduate Biochemistry program. Awarded to one graduating student in Bachelor of Science (Honours) with a Major in Biochemistry in the Faculty of Arts and Science who have demonstrated outstanding academic excellence.
SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY STUDENT MERIT AWARD
Established by the Canadian Section of the Society of Chemical Industry to encourage scientific education in the universities and to recognize student achievement in scientific fields. Awards are given to students with the highest standing in the final year in each of the four fields of chemical engineering, engineering chemistry, honours chemistry and honours biochemistry, provided that they have first-class averages and have completed their program in the normal number of years. The award is a plaque bearing the crest of the Society of Chemical Industry and the winner’s name, program, University and year.
BCHM 421/422 RESEARCH AWARDS
Established in November 2014 by the Associate Dean of Life Sciences and Biochemistry. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students graduating with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Biochemistry in the Faculty of Arts and Science. Awarded to students who obtain the highest standing in fourth year discipline specific research projects.
BIOCHEMISTRY 421 PRIZE and BIOCHEMISTRY 422 PRIZE
As voted as the best student poster presentation by their fellow students on Research day.