Congratulations to the School of Urban and Regional Planning 2018/19 student award recipients!
To support women of visual minorities and women of aboriginal ancestry in the School of Urban and Regional Planning
For strong leadership qualities and an appreciation of visionary planning
To recognize the academic, professional and community-building achievements of one undergraduate and graduate student in the School of Urban and Regional Planning.
Strong leadership excellence and practice in community development. Demonstrates good academic standing
demonstrates excellence in the application of research methods or planning analysis to urban and regional planning in combination with a dedication to community service.
1st year Student Highest CGPA for full-time 1st year student.
Demonstrates outstanding commitment to urban and regional planning, including land development and private sector planning.
For excellence in professional practice.
Bousfield Studio Group:
For exceptional work in land use planning or design at the site scale.
For academic excellence and contribution to the community.
For the greatest improvement in grade point average from the end of first year of the program to the completion of studies in 4th year, and for exemplifying the Ryerson spirit at its best on the basis of personal effort and contribution to community.
For outstanding community involvement within and outside of Ryerson.
Demonstrates integrity, outstanding vision and commitment to community planning through client-based project work and engagement with agencies and firms.
Unlocking Retail Sites in Suburban Brampton:
In recognition of excellent writing skills demonstrated in the MPI (Urban Development) Program.
For high academic promise in 1st year.
The award will be presented to an individual who has demonstrated outstanding commitment to Urban and Regional Planning and has shown the most improved cumulative grade point average between first and second year.
Awarded to an individual or to a study group or full-time grad student demonstrating a commitment to helping immigrant, ethnic & aboriginal communities.
Undergraduate Urban and Regional Planning student participating in the Ryerson University International Exchange program.
Awarded to the two students who prepare the best course project assignment, i.e. have the best work, i.e. the highest grade for the project. The project is undertaken in two person teams. The student must also have a minimum of B on the final exam. The evaluation is to be undertaken by the professor/instructor teaching the course who may choose to invite BILD in the evaluation of finalists.
Awarded to a graduate planning student/students who demonstrates, through a project, studio, or research paper, a commitment to place-making in an effort to improve the quality of life in urban environments.
Awarded for superior performance in field placement.
Awarded for academic achievement and professional achievement of a team of full-time graduate students.
is Awarded for Academic Excellence to one Grad and one Undergraduate Student who are Student Members of CIP.
Awarded to a student who is has been faced with a set of challenges and has successfully completed Year Two or Three of the Program.
Awarded to the student(s) who demonstrates success in the program.