Two Brock grad students earn prestigious national scholarship
Published on July 12 2012
Two graduate students from Brock University have been recognized for their work with a national scholarship for up-and-coming researchers.
Drew Marquardt and Royette Tavernier were recently awarded Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (Vanier CGS) for their academic achievements, leadership skills and research potential.
“We congratulate Drew and Royette on their success at this highly competitive and prestigious national stage of research funding,” says Michael Plyley, Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies.
“As winners of Vanier awards, Drew and Royette are recognized as outstanding young researchers,” he says. “They will not only contribute to Canada’s growing reputation around the world for excellence in research and higher learning, but will also lead future discoveries, creativity and innovation to benefit communities everywhere.”