This award commemorates the pioneering work of Dr. R.S. Dorney, a founding member of the School of Planning (1967 - 1987), who worked in the field of applied urban and regional human ecology and environmental management. He applied the science of ecology to further our understanding of the human environment. The award is for a PhD student enrolled in the Faculty of Environment who will be studying in the field pioneered by Dr. Dorney.
Number of awards and amounts may vary from year to year.
- must be enrolled full time in a Faculty of Environment graduate program
- must be within their allowable time limits