Emmy Noether Scholarship. Value: $2,500
To recognize a female student registered full time in the Masters of Science in Applied Mathematics who has completed all required course work by the end of the first year of the program, who is enrolled in the Thesis Option, and has the highest CGPA among the group of eligible students.
This award is being set up to honour Dr. Emmy Noether, a German mathematician who is known for her ground- breaking contributions in the fields of abstract algebra and theoretical physics, including work on Einstein’s theory of general relativity. Throughout her life, Emmy Noether overcame tremendous gender barriers to undertake studies, research and teaching within her field. Like other Jewish academics at the time, she was dismissed from her professorship at the University of Göttingten in Germany, and came to Bryn Mawr College in the US in 1933. She passed away from cancer in 1935.
Ryerson University provides financial support in the form of scholarships, awards and/or assistantships for as many full-time students as possible. Scholarships and awards are offered on a competitive basis, so the number awarded in any year varies, depending on academic performance. For more information on available awards visit: www.ryerson.ca/graduate/funding