Two graduate students awarded Jeanne and J.-Louis Lévesque Scholarships
|In the photo on the left, from left to right: André Samson, vice-president of teaching and research; Jason Harquail, student; and Francis LeBlanc, dean and associate vice-president of research in the faculty of graduate studies and research. The photo on the right shows Mr. Samson and Mr. LeBlanc along with student Patrick Roy.|
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Thanks to the Jeanne and J.-Louis Lévesque Scholarship Fund, academic merit scholarships
worth $20,000 were awarded to two graduate students in the Université de Moncton’s
faculty of science during the awards portion of the 28th Colloque des jeunes
chercheuses et chercheurs
(“Symposium for Young Researchers”) held on March 22,
Jason Harquail, a Ph.D. student in the life sciences program, and Patrick Roy, who is
registered in the Master of Science degree (biochemistry) program, were awarded
scholarships of $10,000 each.
The scholarship fund has a market value of $763,924.24. Jeanne and J.-Louis Lévesque
Scholarships are awarded to students who are Canadian citizens, who are registered in the
final year of a master’s degree or Ph.D. research program, and who expect to graduate at
the end of the current academic year.
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