Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show

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Scholarships


Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show Undergraduate Scholarship


The following Scholarships are available exclusively to students returning to studies beyond the first year of the various programs at the Dalhousie Faculty of Agriculture formerly (NSAC).

The Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show awards one $1000. scholarship to a student from the Atlantic Provinces who has completed at least one year of study at the Dalhousie Faculty of Agriculture formerly (NSAC) program or the Bio-Environmental Systems Management major of the B.Sc (Agr.) program. The awarding of the scholarship is based on academic performance and the demonstrated potential for a career in the area of mechanization of agriculture. No application required.

Recipients from 1989 to Present:

Year Recipients
2015\16 Emily Merks
2014\15 Morgan Morash
2013 Robert Robertson
2012 Christopher Ross, Harmony, NS
2011 Benjamin Lynds, Truro, NS
2010 Tyler Fraser, Tatamagouche, NS
2009 David Cameron, Brookfield, NS
2008 Matthew Lynds, Truro, NS
2007 Shauna Berkvens, Antigonish, NS & Ross Penner, Truro, NS
2006 Justin Beck, Kingston, NS & Keelan Black, Truro, NS
2005 Mila MacLean, Pictou, NS & Matthew Settle, Debert, NS
2004 Ashley Harding & Gary van den Heuvel, St. Andrews, NS
2003 Jeremy Smith, Truro, NS & Scott Wilson, North Tay, NB
2002 Kerri Coulter, Wallace, NS & David Christie, Lynnfield, NB
2001 Anthony Versteeg & James Miller
2000 Justin Rogers - $700 & Anthony Versteeg - $700
1999 Justin Rogers - $500 & Jeff Fisher - $500
1998 Trevor Dillman & Bonnie Robertson
1997 Mark Van Oostrum & Timothy Davison
1996 Jason Brothers & Danny MacLeod
1995 Scott Colwill & Lloyd MacPherson
1994 Jason Brothers - $1000
1993 Stephen Welling
1992 Roy Taylor - $500 & Stephen Welling
1991 Robert Theriault & Stephen Welling
1990 Udo Herygers & Mark Urquhart
1989 Benjamin Stokdijk & Robert Theriault

Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show Graduate Scholarship in Engineering


The following $1000. scholarship is available exclusively to a graduate student studying at the Dalhousie Faculty of Agriculture formerly (NSAC) and is awarded annually to a M.Sc student conducting research in Engineering. No application required.

Recipients from 1989 to Present:

Year Recipients
2015/16 Dandan Wang
2014/15 Jennifer Spence.
2013 Not Awarded, no qualified applicant.
2012 Christopher Richards, Bible Hill, NS
2011 Travis Esau, Debert, NS
2010 Varvara Satanina, St. Petersburg, Russia
2009 Aitazaz Farooque, Pakistan
2008 Jian Zeng, Zhangzhou, China
2007 Michael Haverstock, Halifax, NS- $1000.
2006 Michael Haverstock, Halifax, NS - $500. & Guenna (Gwen) McCarthy, Morell, PE, - $500.
2005 David Christie, Lynnfield, NB - $1,000.
2004 David Christie, Lynnfield, NB
2003 Natalie Wheeler, Halifax, NS
2002 Natalie Wheeler, Halifax, NS
2001 Scott Lomond

Paul Babineau Memorial Scholarship


The Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show awards one $1000 scholarship in memory of Paul Babineau, a long time Director on their board, to a student from the Atlantic Provinces who has completed at least one year of study at the Dalhousie Faculty of Agriculture formerly (NSAC) in the Engineering Diploma program or the Bio-Environmental Systems Management major of the B.Sc. (Agr.) program. The awarding of the scholarship is based on academic performance and the demonstrated potential for a career in the area of mechanization of agriculture. No application is required.

The following $1,000. scholarship is available exclusively to an Atlantic Canada student studying.

Year Recipients
2015/16 Gerald Petrash
2014/15 Oscar Moyles
2013 Kelsey Brydon
2012 Rio Yorke-Truro, NS
2011 Carling Gratto, Debert, NS
2010 Patrick Power, New Glasgow, NS
2009 $500 Matthew MacCallum, Valley, NS & $500 Tyler Fraser, Tatamagouche, NS
2008 Jeffrey Forbes, Truro, NS

Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show Biological Engineering Entrance Scholarships


The Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show established this award of $1000. Eligible applicants are Canadian citizens/landed immigrants, residents of Atlantic Canada who are entering the Biological Engineering Program at Dalhousie. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of applicant's academic record at the associated University or the previous years at Dalhousie with particular emphasis on performance in the machinery related classes – statics, strength of materials, dynamics of particles and dynamics of rigid bodies. The award is made on the recommendation of the chair of the Biological Engineering Program in consultation with the director of the student's Associated University and with the faculty members of the Department of Biological Engineering. Application required. Deadline: April 30.

Recipients from 1989 to Present:

Year Recipients
2011 Benjamin Morse, Kentville, NS
2010 Not Awarded
2009 Kathleen MacDonald, Campbellton, NB
2008 Amina Stoddart, Aylesford, NS $1000
2007 Evan Jobb, Halifax, NS $1000
2006 Not Awarded
2005 Amanda Giffin, Goshen, NS $1000
2004 Joseph O'Hagan, Medford, NB $1000
2003 W. Stuart MacPherson, Antigonish, NS $1000
2002 Heather Murphy, Halifax, NS $1000
2001 Ashley Harris, Calgary, AB $1000
2000 Sarah Green, Cape Breton, NS $500
1999 Yohannes Edemariam, Grand Falls-Windsor, NF $500
1998 Susan Fraser, New Glasgow, NS $500
1997 Benjamin Parsons, Scotsburn, NS $500
1996 David Gilroy, Halifax, NS $500
1995 Kimberley Sullivan, Vernon, PEI $500
1994 Matthew Rodgers, Halifax, NS $500 & Dale Rasmusson, Moncton, NB $500
1993 Sue Allen, Halifax, NS $500
1992 Brian Faber, Halifax, NS $500
1991 Dwayne Acton, Halifax, NS $500
1990 Denton Moffatt, Halifax, NS $500
1989 Blaine Carpenter, Halifax, NS $500

Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show Environmental Engineering Entrance Scholarship


The Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show established this award of $1000. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of applicant's academic record in the Environmental Engineering Program. Selection will be carried out by the Scholarships & Awards Committee of the Faculty of Engineering in consultation with the Chair of the Environmental Engineering program after students come to Dalhousie. Application required. Deadline: April 30.

Recipients from 1995 to Present:

Year Recipients
2012 Monica Diab, NS
2011 Laura Hayes-Halifax, NS
2010 Colin MacDonald, Scotch Lake, NS
2009 Skai Kane Edward, Garibaldi Highlands, BC
2008 Chad Furey, Bridgewater, NS $1000
2007 Andrew Sullivan, Halifax, NS $1000
2006 Peter Lane, Halifax, NS $1000
2005 Sara El-Kady, Halifax, NS $1000
2004 Lee Hynes, Halifax, NS $1000
2003 Jennifer Lee Enslow, Bridgewater, NS $1000
2002 Janice Levangie, Halifax, NS $1000
2001 Krista Long, Halifax, NS $1000
2000 Michelle Gough, Antigonish, NS $500
1999 Matthew Doyle, Waverley, NS $500
1998 Jane Yetter, Cole Harbour, NS $500
1997 Peter Rawlinson, Truro, NS $500 & Crystal Gerrior, Truro, NS $500
1996 Carla MacQuarrie, Orleans, ON $500
1995 Whipple Smith, Halifax, NS $500

Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show Graduating Scholarship


The Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show Award is given annually to the student graduating in Biological engineering who has exhibited the greatest aptitude in the machinery related classes (with particular emphasis on their design project) and who has demonstrated the greatest potential for a career in power and machinery. Value: $1,000.

Recipients from 1990 to Present:

Year Recipients
2013 Stephanie Murray, Truro, NS
2012 Kathleen Namoi MacDonald, Campbellton, NB
2011 Andrew Michael, Visser, PEI
2010 Amina Stoddart, Aylesford, NS
2009 Jean-Francois Nowlan, Montreal, PQ & Jean Francois Nowlan, Goshen NS $1000
2008 Amanda Giffin, Goshen, NS $1000
2007 Tracey Burdock, Dartmouth, NS $1000
2006 Joseph O'Hagen, Medford, NB $1000
2005 Adam Campbell, Dartmouth, NS $1000
2004 Robin Graha,m Dartmouth, NS $1000
2003 James London $1000
2002 Bonnie J. Robertson, Beaverbank, NS $1000
2001 Jamie Coffin $500
2000 Jeffrey Turner, Halifax, NS $500 & Benjamin Parsons $500
1999 David Gilroy $500
1998 Kimberley Sullivan $500
1997 Jason van der Kooi $500
1996 Susan Palmer $500
1995 Timothy Palmer, Aylesford, NS $500
1994 Dwayne Acton, Sackville, NB $500
1993 Denton Moffat, Cornwall, PEI $500
1992 Thomas Campbell $500
1991 Joe Atkinson Cumberland, Co, NS. $500
1990 Marie Thomas, Halifax, NS $500

NBCC - Woodstock, NB Scholarships


Field of Study – Agriculture

Awarded to an Agriculture student with high academic standing, financial need, a keen interest in Agriculture Engineering subjects, and exhibits leadership qualities - $500.00 each award. These awards have since ended due to the cancellation of the programs at the College.
Year Recipients
2006/07 Scott Lawson & Ryan Crain
2005/06 Jamie Gallant & Terri-Lynn Waterston
2004/05 Amanda White & Josh Legacy
2003/04 Vernon Gilbert & Vanessa Hudson
2002/03 Eric Perron & Andrew Mallery
2001/02 Eric Perron & Robert Pryor
2000/01 Mitchell Schriver & Kevin Butler
1999/00 Jeremy Brake & Trevor Ingraham
1999 David Gilroy $500
1998/99 Julie Ginson & Scott MacLean
1997 Jason van der Kooi $500
1996 Susan Palmer $500
1995 Timothy Palmer, Aylesford, NS $500
1994 Dwayne Acton, Sackville, NB $500
1993 Denton Moffat, Cornwall, PEI $500
1992 Thomas Campbell $500
1991 Joe Atkinson Cumberland, Co, NS. $500
1990 Marie Thomas, Halifax, NS $500


Admission Price

Adults:

$12.00

Students & Seniors:

$10.00

12 & Under:

 Free when accompanied by an adult.

 Save  $5.00 off admission with our discount coupon.  
(Available at Provincial Dept. of Ag or your local Farm Equipment Dealers.
)
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Location and Directions

Moncton Coliseum

377 Killam Dr.
Moncton, NB
E1C 3T1
1-888-720-5600

Contact Us

Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show Inc.

P.O. Box 686
Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
E1C 8M7
(506) 856-9898
(506) 852-4826
info@farmmechshow.com