The Robert Deverall Chemical and Environmental Technology Scholarships
The Robert Deverall Chemical and Environmental Technology Scholarships sponsored by CCIL, established on December 17, 2014
1) The Robert Deverall Chemical and Environmental Technology Scholarship - First Year Achievement Award, going to someone entering 2nd year
2) The Robert Deverall Chemical and Environmental Technology Scholarships - Second Year Achievement Award, a graduating award for someone completing the 2-year program
- In both cases, the awards are for students in the chemical and environmental technology program - analytical sciences option.
- In both cases, the award is based on academic achievement but should also consider the student's overall qualities and thus based on one or more of the following: extra-curricular involvement within BCIT, community involvement (i.e. volunteer activities) and/or communication capabilities.
Both annual scholarships will be in the amount of $2,500.00 each.
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First Year Achievement Award - 2018
I came to BCIT after taking a year off of school. I had worked in a lab during
that time and I really liked the environment.
I really enjoyed the Chemical and Environmental Technology program and BCIT because it was very dynamic and touched on variety of subjects. Now I work for as a Lab Technician at a pharmaceutical company.
Second Year Achievement Award 2017 &
First Year Achievement Award - 2016
Justin is currently in the second year of BCIT's Chemical and Environmental Technology program. Justin grew up in the Kootenays and developed an interest in the environment from days spent outside. He completed two years of previous post-secondary education in biology, and then took several years off to decide which direction he would like to take his education.
Second Year Achievement Award - 2016
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.
First Year Achievement Award - 2015
Christina Wu moved from Taiwan with her family to Canada in 1998. She is currently a second-year student in the Chemical and Environmental Technology Program at BCIT.
She is looking forward to working as a chemical laboratory analyst after she graduates before continuing on to a degree in geochemistry.