To apply, students entering university in the fall of 2024 must submit three pieces:
• A letter telling the selection committee about themselves, their plans for school and their qualifications for this scholarship;
• A 250-word essay on how Integrative Thinking has impacted them, personally; and
• The name and email address of a teacher or administrator who will be their reference. We will contact the references of the top three applicants.
Payment of the award is conditional on full-time registration at the University of Toronto in the fall of the year the scholarship is granted.
This scholarship was established by Roger and Sue Short, Roger Martin and Jennifer Riel. Their generous donation supports and recognizes the use of Integrative Thinking in K-12 classrooms.