D.M. Hogarth Bursary in History (OTSS) (722220102098)
TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR AN ENDOWED FUND
NAME OF ENDOWED FUND (OTSS)
D. M. HOGARTH BURSARY IN HISTORY
This fund was created in honour of Donald MacDonald Hogarth.
Donald MacDonald Hogarth (June 15, 1878 – June 27, 1950) led a full and varied life. He began his professional career in the world of politics, representing the riding of Port Arthur (now Thunder Bay) in the Ontario Legislature for five terms, from 1908-1930. He then enlisted in the Canadian military as a private and saw action in France with the 27th Battalion of the First Canadian Expeditionary Force. For two years he was Canadian Quartermaster General, and retired in October, 1919 as Major General, DSO, CMG. During his time overseas, Hogarth met Margaret Paterson of Winnipeg, at that time an ambulance driver in France, and they were married in England in 1917.
Upon his discharge, Hogarth returned to his chief business activities, mine development and mining promotion. His crowning achievement was the Steep Rock iron mine in northwestern Ontario, which involved diverting a river, draining three lakes, removing up to 100 meters of clay over the ore bodies, and personally negotiating multi-million dollar loans with the Canadian and American governments. Hogarth was also involved in creation of gold, silver, base metals and uranium mines in Canada.
Donald MacDonald Hogarth was inducted posthumously into the Canadian Mining Hall of Fame in 1996. His favourite relaxation was total immersion in Canadian biographies and narratives of Canadian exploration. His library shelves were stocked to explosion with books of North American and European history.
The donor thanks the Government of Ontario which helped to create this fund through its generous matching contributions.
PURPOSE OF FUND
To provide financial assistance to Ontario students in their 3rd or 4th year in History in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Ottawa who demonstrate financial need.
The applicant must:
- be registered as a full-time student in 3rd or 4th year in History at the University of Ottawa;
- be an Ontario resident, as per OSAP rules; and
- demonstrate financial need, as determined by the Financial Aid and Award Service at the University of Ottawa.
Note: Preference will be given to students studying Canadian History.
Value of the Award: Minimum $1,500
Number of Awards: Variable
Frequency of the Award: Annual
Level of the Award: Undergraduate
Application Contact: Financial Aid and Awards Service
Application Deadline: October 31
Applications must be made through Online Scholarships and Bursaries, which can be accessed through https://scholarships.uottawa.ca/, and should include the Financial Questionnaire.
 OTSS: Ontario Trust Student Support
 OSAP: Ontario Student Assistance Program