Stan Paterson Scholarship

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Stan Paterson

Stan Paterson (May 20, 1924 – October 8, 2013) was a leading Canadian glaciologist who began his career with the British North Greenland Expedition, then came to Canada to do a PhD in glaciology at the University of British Columbia. He worked for Canada’s Polar Continental Shelf Program (PCSCP) in the Canadian Arctic from 1962 to 1980. He wrote the seminal glaciology text The Physics of Glaciers, now in its fourth edition, and was awarded the International Glaciological Society’s Richardson Medal in 2012 for Outstanding Services to Glaciology.

The Stan Paterson Scholarship in Canadian Glaciology, awarded between 2013 and 2023, honours Dr. Paterson, and was made possible by an endowment from his estate. The scholarship was valued at $2,500.

For more details on the Stan Paterson Scholarship as well as the application process that was in effect between 2013 and 2023, please click on the following link:

Stan Paterson Scholarship

Past Scholarship Recipients

YearRecipientAffiliation
2023Madeline MyersQueen’s University
2022Will KochtitzkyUniversity of Ottawa
2021Jesse Velay-VitowUniversity of Toronto
2020Caroline Aubry-WakeUniversity of Saskatchewan
2018Jeff CromptonSimon Fraser University
2017Anja RutishauserUniversity of Alberta
2016Laura ThomsonUniversity of Ottawa
2015Jill RajewiczCarleton University
2014Chris MarshUniversity of Saskatchewan
2013Ashley DubnickUniversity of Alberta