Eric Harrison Memorial Prize

Concordia University

01 April 2024
15 May 2024

The Eric Harrison Memorial Prize was established in 2000 by Lois and Stanley Tucker to honour a wonderful teacher and lifelong friend, the late Eric Harrison, a professor of History at Queen's University. Stanley and Eric met in 1938 and their friendship lasted until Eric's death in 2000. Eric's lectures were an exchange of ideas, challenging and stimulating. He was a teacher, an inspiration and a great friend.

The Eric Harrison Memorial Prize will be awarded annually to students who are in their graduating year, are members of the Liberal Arts College, and who by virtue of their profession, activities, or creativity, embody the importance of lifelong learning. Stanley and Lois Tucker have been friends of the Liberal Arts College since its inception and believe that the love of learning and the development of intellectual curiosity constitute the basis for a fulfilled life.


In-course bursaries Concordia offers need-based In-Course Bursaries to returning Bachelor's students in the Fall semester.

Application deadline The 2024-2025 Undergraduate In-Course Bursary Program will be open April 1, 2024.

In-Course Bursaries are awarded by the Financial Aid and Awards Office to previously admitted students following an application-based competition that includes a financial need test and holistic committee review. Applicants are notified of the results after the Financial Aid and Awards Office receives results from the bursary committee.

The In-Course Bursary program normally open April 1, 2024 and will close on May 15, 2024.

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15 February 2024