Ms. Annie Hélène Boudreau, member of the Selection Committee and member of the Executive Committee of the Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations (FNBFA) presents a certificate attached to the FNBFA Semeluk Scholarship to Ms. Julie Gray, from Aldouane, a graduate from École Mgr-Marcel-François Richard in Saint-Louis-de-Kent. Ms. Gray is enrolled in the secondary education program at the Moncton campus of the Université de Moncton where she plans to complete a major in French and a minor in history.
The FNBFA Semeluk Scholarship is a renewable four- or five-year scholarship granted to a student enrolled in a public university in New Brunswick. The amount of the scholarship is $5,000 a year for the duration of studies at the bachelor level. The selection criteria are academic excellence as well as financial need. The Federation of New Brunswick Faculty Associations promotes the interests of approximately 1,800 professors, professional librarians and researchers in New Brunswick’s four public universities. It advocates for the advancements of the standards of their professions and seeks to improve the quality of higher education in the province. The FNBFA Semeluk Scholarship was created with the aim of encouraging exceptional high school graduates in New Brunswick to pursue studies in a public university in this province. Since the creation of the scholarship in 1990, 24 scholarships have been granted for an approximate total value of $645,000.
Lise Robichaud, Executive Director
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