Ineke Harmina Standish Memorial Scholarship (722200300777)

TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR AN ENDOWED FUND

TITLE OF ENDOWED FUND

Ineke Harmina Standish Memorial Scholarship

INTRODUCTION

Ineke Harmina Standish (June 27, 1945-September 27, 2001) was born in the Netherlands and immigrated to Canada in 1953. She left high school before completion to have a family and moved to Ottawa with her husband and two children. Ineke completed her high school as a mature student at the High School of Commerce and then attended the University of Ottawa?s Department of Visual Arts and graduated magna cum laude in 1995. Art was her passion during her life and she worked very well in all media. She was an excellent drawer and painter always having ?art? in her vision. She participated in many group shows. Sculpture was her main interest in the last ten years with her final showing being held in Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto. Her family has established this scholarship in Ineke?s name to recognize the importance, and tremendous interest ART played in her life. She gained self confidence with her work through support of staff from the Department of Visual Arts and was just at the beginning of her career.

PURPOSE OF FUND

To award a scholarship to a deserving student registered in the Bachelor of Fine Arts Program at the Department of Visual Arts of the University of Ottawa.

SCHOLARSHIP DETAILS

Eligibility Criteria

The applicant must:

1. be registered full-time or part-time in the Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) Program at the Department of Visual Arts of the Faculty of Arts;

2. be registered to or have completed a 2000 or 3000 level course in painting or sculpture;

3. demonstrate academic excellence; and

4. be recommended by his or her painting or sculpture professor.

Value of the award: Minimum $500

Number of awards: Variable

Frequency of the award: Annual

Level or program of study: Undergraduate

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

No application is necessary. Each professor teaching a course in painting or sculpture will have the responsibility of nominating a student in each of their painting or sculpture course.