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MAHE Awards

MAHE - Distinguished Home Economist Award

Member recognition for significant contribution to the professional association at a provincial level.  One award can be given each year. MAHE Distinguished Home Economist Award Criteria
The award is presented at the annual general meeting. View a list of past award recipients.

Deadline for nominations is June 30th. Complete and return the Distinguished Home Economist nomination form

MAHE - Excellence in Teaching Award

(*Award is currently under review*) Bestowed annually to a teaching member of the Faculty of Human Ecology or the Faculty of Education (home economics/human ecology), University of Manitoba, to honour an individual who has displayed a high quality of teaching ability, which includes communication, integrity, scholarship, leadership, experience, and service to the community to enhance the quality and standards of education for her/his students. Excellence in Teaching Award Criteria

The award includes the recipient's name being engraved on the plaque which is located in the main hallway of the Human Ecology Building. On behalf of students, the recipient is presented with a plaque for her/his contribution at the Ringing Ceremony. View a list of past recipients.

Deadline for nominations is April 16th. Complete and return the Excellence in Teaching award nomination form

MAHE - Student Membership Award

(*Award is currently under review*) This award honours a 4th year student and introduces the winner to the professional Association via a one year free Student membership. The award selection is made by the Faculty of Human Ecology Professors.

Dean Ruth E. Berry - Manitoba Association of Home Economists Award

(*Award is currently under review*) The award honours a student in their 3rd year (cap of 84 credit hours) in the Faculty of Human Ecology with the highest grade point average. The award is of a monetary nature and the amount is dependent on the annual income from the award fund.
The selection committee is named by the Dean of the Faculty and shall include a representative from MAHE.

The Manitoba Association of Home Economists Bursary

There are two annual bursaries, both valued at half the available interest and a one year membership to MAHE and are offered to University of Manitoba undergraduates with demonstrated financial need. Application deadline is October 1st of academic year.

  1. Offered to undergraduates enrolled full time (min 60% course load) in a Bachelor of Education degree program in the Faculty of Education, in any year of the program, with a delcared major in Home Economics. Must have a minimum 2.0 GPA or has met admission requirements for the BEd program.
  2. Offered to undergraduates enrolled full time (min 60% course load) in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences in either a Bachelor of Health Sciences or Bachelor of Health Studies degree program. Must have a minimum 2.0 GPA.

MAHE - Winnipeg Distinguished Service Award - Discontinued as of 2010

Recognized a deserving member who had demonstrated integrity, leadership, scholarship and breadth of knowledge in the profession and who had contributed significantly to the profession and/or the Winnipeg association. A framed certificate was presented at the AGM. View a list of past award recipients

 

Canadian Home Economics Foundation Awards

The Canadian Home Economics Foundation provides grants and awards to support work of Canadian home economists in home economics research, education and public service projects, as well as post-secondary professional education and training.

For a complete listing of the grants and awards available visit the Canadian Home Economics Foundation website. The following is a sample of the funds offered.

General Fund

Donations to this major fund support a variety of projects in home economics research, education and public service. Two specific projects are also supported from this Fund:

Dr. Elizabeth Feniak Award for Excellence in Technical Writing : offers prizes in an annual writing competition open to senior undergraduate students, and those in graduate studies, in home economics and related programs at Canadian universities, for the best original papers reviewing recent research or new developments in one of the areas within home economics.

Home Economics—A Resource for Youth : offers grants to Canadian primary, elementary or secondary home economics / family studies educators to support projects directed to alleviating child poverty and developing life skills in Canadian youth.

Designated Funds

Held separately from the General Fund, these funds were initiated by associations or individuals to pay tribute to a home economist, or to support a specific project area.

Edith Rowles Simpson Recognition Fund : an annual award for professional updating in family finance. Call for nominations and award criteria.

Engberg-Fewster International Development Fund : supports projects by Canadian home economists and their colleagues in the developing world.

Gwen E. Leslie Memorial Lecture Fund : an annual public lecture or lectures on food or health protection topics.

Gwenyth Bailey Simpson Communications Award: supports projects that disseminate information to the public on current developments on topics related to food, general nutrition or consumer information and that involve a home economist or professional in a related field.

Margaret Speechly Stansfield Memorial Fund : an annual award to support research or innovative public service or education projects in consumer economics or family resource management.

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