- Awarded to a full time Hospitality and Tourism Management student with a Clear standing who will be going to third or fourth year.
- Must have made a voluntary extracurricular contribution to the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management or to the Ted Rogers School of Management or to Ryerson University or to their community as a whole.
- Include a copy of the student’s resume
- By Nomination
- All awards are subject to change without notice
Nominators must provide a clear and concise description of 150 words or less on why the student should receive this award. Describe the student’s volunteer contributions to their academic program, the university or community. Specify notable achievements in volunteer roles, and the impact of these achievements.
Itemize their volunteer activities separately.
You will need to contact the student to let them know that you are nominating them and to get a list of their volunteer activities and a copy of their resume. They should provide documentation of their contributions where possible.
In naming this award after Professor Emeritus Howard Muchnick, the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management recognizes his commitment to higher education. His leadership and dedication, demonstrated during his 13 years at the university, are qualities embodied in students chosen to receive this award – students committed to “making a difference”. It recognizes a Hospitality and Tourism Management student who has made outstanding voluntary extracurricular contributions to their school, faculty, Ryerson or the community as a whole.