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Student awards

Our awards recognize Ryerson students who have shown excellence in a project related to energy. Projects serve as a great experiential learning tool as students are given the opportunity to solve real-world industry problems. They must identify a problem, carry out the research and design, and demonstrate results.

The awards are made possible by our generous sponsors.

Toronto Hydro Corporation Student Award

Deadline for Applications: 4:00pm on Friday, November 24, 2017

Each student will receive up to a $1,000 financial assistance paid under the usual university disbursement. The award recipient may be subject to taxes and other Ryerson University rules.

The purpose of the award is to enable new, innovative ideas for products, inventions and technologies that are relevant in tackling urban energy challenges.

In addition to financial assistance, the awardees will have access to the Centre for Urban Energy’s Clean Energy Zone and a range of programs which are geared towards building the entrepreneurship foundations, developing hands-on tangible skills through idea exchanges (such as student panels and showcases), and fundamental entrepreneurial education.

Five students will be awarded this round. Fifty percent of awards will be reserved for women when sufficient number of qualified women candidates are available. 

For more information, please contact Lalitha Subramanian, Project Manager, Centre for Urban Energy.

PDF fileDownload application form and guidelines.

Enwave Energy Corporation Student Award Program

Deadline for Applications: 4:00pm on Friday, November 24, 2017

Each student will receive up to a $5,000 financial assistance paid under the usual university disbursement. The award recipient may be subject to taxes and other Ryerson University rules.

The purpose of the award is to enable new, innovative ideas for products, inventions and technologies that are relevant in tackling urban energy challenges.

In addition to financial assistance, the awardees will have access to the Centre for Urban Energy’s Clean Energy Zone and a range of programs which are geared towards building the entrepreneurship foundations, developing hands-on tangible skills through idea exchanges (such as student panels and showcases), and fundamental entrepreneurial education.

Four students will be awarded this round.

For more information, please contact Lalitha Subramanian, Project Manager, Centre for Urban Energy.

PDF fileDownload application form and guidelines.