Dawn Divola Scholarship (OTSS) (741220102227)
TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR AN ENDOWED FUND
NAME OF ENDOWMENT FUND (OTSS  )
Dawn Divola Scholarship
This fund was created by Martin Teplitsky to honour Dawn Divola. Dawn Divola (nee Plozza) was born in 1941 into a farming family in the south eastern corner of Australia. The eldest of four children, she developed the same caring, family and friend oriented traits of her mother. In 1962 she married and left the small country hamlet with her teacher-husband Paul, the beginning of a 44 year (to date), extremely happy, problem-free and rewarding partnership. Dawn worked for 27 years as an administration officer in a school after the three children had begun schooling. As a loving mother, Dawn nurtured extremely well, fostering strong family values and high ethical standards. Her warmth of personality, non-judgmental nature and listening skills resulted in her being a confidante to family and friends with a positive influence.
Dawn Divola - a loving and supportive wife, mother, grandmother, and friend to many, who considered others before self. The founder of this fund thanks the Government of Ontario for its matching contributions.
PURPOSE OF FUND
To provide financial support to students entering their first year in the English-language JD program of the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section whose education would otherwise be compromised.
The applicant must:
1. be admitted full-time in the first year of the English-language JD program at the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section of the University of Ottawa;
2. be an Ontario resident as per OSAP  rules;
3. demonstrate financial need, as determined by the Financial Aid and Awards Service of the University of Ottawa;
4. demonstrate academic excellence; and
5. demonstrate an interest in social justice issues.
Value of the Award: Minimum $ 2 500
Number of Awards: Variable
Frequency of the Award: Annual
Level of the Award: JD
Application Contact: Financial Aid and Awards Service
Application Deadline: May 1
Applications must be made through Online Scholarships and Bursaries, which can be accessed through https://scholarships.uottawa.ca, and should include:
1. the Financial Questionnaire; and
2. a brief statement demonstrating the applicant’s interest in social justice issues.