Scholarships

CCIL awards three annual scholarships -- the Robert Deverall Chemical and Environmental Technology Scholarships and the TAC - Materials Engineering (Concrete or Asphalt Technology) Scholarship. 

Established in 2014, The Robert Deverall Chemical and Environmental Technology Scholarships are the First Year Achievement Award, going to someone entering 2nd year and the Second Year Achievement Award, a graduating award for someone completing the 2-year program.


CCIL also funds a Canada-wide scholarship awarded through the Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) Foundation, for post-graduate study in the field of Materials Engineering (Concrete or Asphalt Technology).




The 2016 recipient of The Robert Deverall Chemical and Environmental Technology Scholarship is: 

Stephanie Brosky

Second Year Achievement Award - 2016Steph Brosky

Stephanie Brosky is a recent graduate of the British Columbia Institute of Technology's (BCIT) Chemical and Environmental Technology program. Since graduating she has been working as a Research Technician in the R&D department of a leading rail technology company, helping to develop friction modification products.

On top of being honoured by the Canadian Council of Independent Laboratories, Stephanie also received the Silver Medal Award from the Canadian Society for Chemical Technology and was Valedictorian of BCIT's 2016 Graduation Class.



For more information on the Robert Deverall Chemical and Environmental Technology Scholarships and past recipients, please click here.

 




The 2016 recipient of the TAC - Materials Engineering (Concrete or Asphalt Technology) Scholarship is: 


Anthony Allard
2015- 2016

Mr. Allard is currently a doctoral candidate at Laval University in the field of concrete infrastructure.

The knowledge he acquired pursuing his Master's degree has lead him to further explore his studies leading to a  PhD on sustainability and structural behavior of infrastructure.

Once his studies are complete, he intends to pursue his interest in the field of concrete infrastructure rehabilitation.


For more information on the TAC - Materials Engineering (Concrete or Asphalt Technology) Scholarship and past recipients, please click here.