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The Professor James M Harvey Prize (£50)

Instituted in 1988 by the staff in Mechanical Engineering in consultation with Mrs Margaret Harvey in memory of her late husband, Professor James M Harvey. Professor Harvey was the first Trades House of Glasgow Professor of Mechanics of Materials from its inception in 1969 until his retiral in 1982, also serving, inter alia, as Deputy Principal of the University. The prize is awarded on the recommendation of the Honours Board of Examiners for an undergraduate degree course course in Mechanical Engineering to the best female student in the final year of that course where her performance has been deemed to be especially meritorious. No award will be made when the performance of the best student is deemed not to be of a sufficiently high standard.


Hays Montrose Award (£150)

A prize of £150 to be presented annually to the team with the best final year Civil Engineering Design project. The prize is funded by Hays Personnel Services.


Hedderwick Memorial Prize (two: £90)

Founded in 1973 by the bequest of Mrs Dorothy Harvey Hedderwick in memory of her husband, Harold James Hedderwick, formerly chief draughtsman of Messrs G L Watson, Naval Architects, of Glasgow. Two prizes shall be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Professor of Ship and Marine Technology on the basis of the results returned to the Boards of Examiners for the degree of BEng in Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering, namely (a) a prize for overall performance and (b) a prize for the best graduate. The former prize shall be awarded to the student having the best sustained record of performance in all classes throughout the four years of the course for the degree of BEng in Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering. The latter prize shall be awarded to the student obtaining the highest Honours mark for the degree of BEng in Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering with Honours. If, in the opinion of the Professor, there is no candidate of sufficient merit for either or both prizes in any year then either or both prizes may be withheld. Where two candidates of equal merit qualify for either prizes, the prize shall be shared equally between those candidates.


Charlotte Patience Hume Bursary (£220)

Founded in 1976 under the will of the late Mrs Charlotte Patience Hume, widow of Mr Scott Hamilton Hume. Awarded on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department of Civil Engineering to a meritorious student undertaking an undergraduate or postgraduate course in Civil Engineering at the University of Strathclyde on the condition that the student is of Scottish birth and parentage and bears the surname Hume, Patience or Sime.


INEOS Prize (£250)

Awarded annually for the best overall performance of a student in the final year of the MEng in Product Design Engineering.


Institute of Petroleum (London) Prize (£150)

Established by the Institute of Petroleum (London) in 1987. Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Head of the Mineral Resources Engineering Division to the student graduating with a master’s degree in the field of petroleum engineering judged to have the best overall performance in that year.


Institution of Chemical Engineers Prize

A book awarded annually to the most deserving third year student in the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering.


Institution of Chemical Engineers (Scottish Branch) (£50)

Instituted in 1989 by the Scottish Branch of the Institution of Chemical Engineers. Awarded on the recommendation of the Head of the Division of Chemical Engineering to the final year student with the best performance in the Chemical Engineering Design Project on the BEng with Honours in Chemical Engineering.


Institution of Chemical Engineers, Scottish Branch Prize (£100)

Funded by the Scottish Branch of the Institution of Chemical Engineering, a prize of £100 to be offered annually for the best research project by a fifth year student in Chemical and Process Engineers.


Institution of Civil Engineers Prize (£75)

Founded in 1971 by the Institution of Civil Engineers. Awarded on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department of Civil Engineering to a third or final year student on a Civil Engineering course who has shown outstanding ability, particularly in the field of design.


Margaret K Keir Prize (£30)

Founded in 1987 following a donation from Mr John S Todd of Grosse Point, Michigan, USA. Awarded in memory of his wife Margaret Keir, to the best female student in the first year of an undergraduate course in the Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering. In the first instance this will normally be the BEng in Mechanical Engineering.


Rankin Kennedy Prize (£60)

Established in honour of Dr Rankin Kennedy, graduate of the Royal College of Science and Technology and Senior Lecturer in the Department of Metallurgy and Engineering Materials (1957-94). Awarded annually to the student who, as determined by the Board of Examiners, gives the best performance in the First Year of the undergraduate degree programme in Materials Science and Engineering.


Peter Lavelle Prize

Following a donation from Mr Peter Lavelle, Environmental Health Officer of Environmental Protection Services, Glasgow City Council, matched by the Department of Civil Engineering, a prize of £50 be awarded for the best final year oral presentation by a student of Environmental Health.


The Limbless Association Prizes (£100 and £200)

(a) One prize of £100 to be awarded annually to the student adjudged by the Director of the National Centre for Prosthetics and Orthotics as having given the best academic performance in the first year of the BSc Honours degree course in Prosthetics and Orthotics; and


(b) One prize of £200 to be awarded annually to the student adjudged by the Director of the National Centre for Prosthetics and Orthotics as having given the best clinical performance in the fourth year of the BSc Honours degree course in Prosthetics and Orthotics.

McCrone Charitable Trust

Founded in 1990 by the Trustees of the McCrone Charitable Trust in memory of Robert W McCrone MC BSc ARCST. Awarded on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Civil Engineering to a postgraduate student in the Department in support for the student in pursuing a research degree in the Department.


2Robert W. McCrone Prize (£12.50)

Founded in 1947 by Mr Robert W. McCrone MC BSc ARCST. Awarded to a meritorious student in the final year of a Higher National Certificate course in Engineering who has transferred to a course in Mechanical Engineering in the University.


MacFarlane Prize (£25)

Founded in 1985 by Dr William MacFarlane. Awarded annually to the student who in the opinion of the Department of Metallurgy has made the greatest contribution to developing the activities of the student Metallurgy Club of the Department. The prize may be withheld in any year if the staff of the Department consider that no-one merits the award.


Stephen McGee Memorial Prize for Design (£100 + returnable sculpture)

Founded in 1996 by Mr S Mitchell in memory of Stephen McGee, a third year student of the Department of Architecture, who died in May 1992 while studying in Florence. To be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Architecture to a student participating in a European exchange whose work demonstrates excellence in architectural design.


2Professor Magnus Maclean Memorial Medal (£30)

Founded in 1948 by the Glasgow Skye Association in memory of Magnus Maclean MA DSc LLD, Professor of Electrical Engineering from 1899 to 1923. Awarded, in the form of a medal and books or instruments, to a meritorious student in the final year of a course of study in Electrical and Electronic Engineering who has been in attendance in the University for not less than two academic years.


R J McLeod (Contractors) Ltd Prize

Founded by R J McLeod (Contractors) Ltd. Awarded annually to the best student in the final year of a Civil Engineering course.


Alexander Mair Scholarship (£300)

Founded in 1966 under the will of the late Mrs Jessie Mair to commemorate her husband Alexander Mair LRIBA FRIAS (d.1943) who was a prominent Ayrshire architect and a former student of the Glasgow School of Architecture. Awarded to a full-time student of Architecture in the University who shall preferably be a native of Ayrshire. If it is adjudged that there is no candidate of sufficient merit the Scholarship may be withheld and awarded on a subsequent occasion. The Scholarship be held together with another scholarship. In the event of there being candidates of comparable merit, the Scholarship may be divided provided that one of the candidates is not a native of Ayrshire.


2Professor Mellanby Memorial Prizes (two: £12)

Founded in 1954 to commemorate the name of the late Professor A L Mellanby DSc MIMechE, Professor of Mechanical Engineering in the Royal Technical College from 1905 to 1936. Awarded annually to two meritorious students in the final year of the course for the degree of BEng or MEng in Mechanical Engineering.


John Merrilees Award (£100)

Founded in 1986 by Jack Allen (Sales and Service Scotland) Ltd in memory of Mr John Merrilees, a former Director of the company. Awarded to the fourth year student on the BSc in Environmental Health course submitting the best project report on a topic related to the general area of Waste Management.


Helen Mill Prize (£50)

Awarded annually for best overall performance of a student in the final year of the MEng in Product Design Engineering.


Stewart Milne Project Prize (£300)

Awarded annually to one final year student from the Departments of Architecture and Building Science, Civil Engineering or Environmental Planning. The Deans of Engineering and Business will select a student, on the recommendation of the Head of Department, who has achieved an outstanding final year project.


2Professor George Moncur Prize (£30)

Founded under the will of Professor George Moncur, Professor of Civil Engineering in the Royal Technical College from 1910 to 1933. Awarded to the best student in the final year of a Civil Engineering course.


N. Morcos-Asaad Prize (£90)

Founded in 1977 by Professor Fikry N Morcos-Asaad MArch SM PhD, Professor of Architecture at the University of Strathclyde since 1970, in memory of his parents, Mr Naguib Morcos-Asaad and Mrs Marie Morcos-Asaad of Cairo who died while visiting Scotland in 1974. Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Professor of Architecture to a student of the University of Strathclyde who is registered for the degree of BArch for excellence in Architectural Design.


2Montgomerie Neilson Medal (£45)

Founded under the will of Colonel Walter Montgomerie Neilson of Queenshill, Kirkcudbrightshire. Awarded, in the form of a medal and books, to the best student in the final year of a course of study for the degree of BEng or MEng in Mechanical Engineering.


Edwin Morris Prize (£100)

Founded in 1993 by Mrs Margaret Morris in memory of her husband Edwin Morris BSc MSc FIWSc, Reader in the Department of Architecture and Building Science, 1947 to 1991. Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Head of Department to a second year student in Architectural Studies or Building Design Engineering for excellence in the design of a building using timber technology.


NEC Semiconductor Prize

Founded in 1997 by NEC Corporation to support and encourage the development of British students in the field of Electronic and/or Electrical Engineering. Awarded annually in the form of a three year bursary on the recommendation of the Head of Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering to two meritorious British students for their performance in their first year of study.


Ron Nicoll Memorial Prize (£75)

Endowed by Pieda and awarded to a final year MSc/Postgraduate Diploma student on the Urban and Regional Planning course for performance in applied aspects of the course.


Sir John Pender Memorial Bursary

Founded in 1898 by subscription to commemorate the part taken by Sir John Pender in the development of submarine telegraphy. Awarded annually to the best second year student of the course for the BEng degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.


Petch Prize (£100)

Awarded at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, having regard to the recommendations of the staff of the Department and the relevant external examiners, to the postgraduate student submitting the best thesis in a two-year period, the first such period to run from 1 October 1984.


The Product Design Prize

Awarded annually for best overall performance of a student in final year of the BEng in Product Design Engineering.


Radio Industries Club of Scotland - Baird Memorial Prize £30

Founded in 1955 to commemorate the work of John Logie Baird, a former student of the Royal Technical College and pioneer in the field of television. Awarded to a meritorious student in the final year of the course for the degree in Computer and Electronic Systems who has been in attendance at the University for at least two years.


RS Undergraduate Project Prize (3)

Awarded annually to the best undergraduate student project across all degree courses and all years within the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Three prizes of £500, £200 and £100 to be awarded each year.


Stephen Read Prize

Founded in 1991 in memory of Stephen Read, MEng in Manufacturing Sciences and Engineering (1985-90). Awarded by the Head of the Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management to the First Year student with the best overall performance in the course leading to the MEng in Manufacturing Sciences and Engineering, or any related succeeding course.


The Tom Riddell Prize

A prize of £50, funded by the Institution of Highways and Transportation, Central and Southern Branch, awarded annually to the best final year student in transportation engineering with the Department of Civil Engineering.


2Captain J. K. Riddoch Prize (two: £45)

Founded in 1918 under the will of Captain J. K. Riddoch. One prize of the value of £45 awarded to the best student in the second year of a Civil Engineering course and one of the value of £45 awarded to the student on a Civil Engineering course submitting the best final year project.


The Rolls-Royce Award for Engineering Excellence (£150)

Awarded annually to a final year student of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Electrical Energy Systems or Electrical and Mechanical Engineering.  


Royal Academy of Engineering Prize (four: £25)

Awarded annually for best group design project in the Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management.


The Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland Prize (£25)

Founded in 1979 by the Scottish Institute of Environmental Health and continued by the Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland, its successor. Awarded on the recommendation of the Honours Degree Examination Board to the best final year student qualifying for the degree of BSc with Honours in Environmental Health.


Robert Russell Prize (£35)

Founded in 1977 by Dr Agnes Russell of Bearsden in memory of her father, the late Robert Russell, Lecturer in Engineering Design and Drawing, first at the Royal Technical College and then at the Royal College of Science and Technology from 1926 to 1959. Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Professor of Engineering Design to a student of the University of Strathclyde in the second year of an undergraduate degree course in Mechanical Engineering for excellence in Drawing.


Scientific Society Prize (£15)

Founded in 1949 by the Scientific Society of the Royal Technical College. Awarded to a meritorious student in the final year of the course for the degree of BSc in Metallurgy who has been in attendance in the University for not less than two academic years.


Alexander W. Scott Prize (£50)

Instituted in 1989 by Emeritus Professor A W Scott CBE, First Professor of Chemical Engineering in the Royal College of Science and Technology and the University of Strathclyde. Awarded on the recommendation of the Head of the Division of Chemical Engineering to the final year student with the best overall performance on the BEng with Honours course in Chemical Engineering.


Scottish Hydraulics Study Group Award (£100)

Funded to maintain and enhance a strong interest in Civil Engineering Hydraulics in Scotland. To be awarded to the student on a civil engineering course submitting the best final year project in the area of Civil Engineering Hydraulics or Coastal Engineering which received an upper second or first class mark.


St William Siemens Medal

Awarded to the student with the best overall project work in terms of project innovation and potential impact on society in the penultimate year of study on Electronic and Electrical Engineering and Electrical & Mechanical Engineering MEng degree programmes.


2James Smith Prize (£36 in books)

Founded in 1958 in memory of the late James Smith OBE, Secretary and Organiser of the West of Scotland Committee for Technical Education and former member of the College staff. Awarded on the recommendation of the Head of Department to a meritorious student in the Third Year of an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering.


Professor John Spence Prize/Bursary (Mechanical Engineering)

Initiated in 2002 by Professor John Spence, Trades House of Glasgow professor of Mechanics of Materials 1982-2001, Head of Department of Mechanical Engineering 1986-1994 and Deputy/Vice-Principal 1994-2001.

Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Head of Department of Mechanical Engineering to either a meritorious student (the Prize) or a deserving student (the Bursary) in one of the undergraduate degrees (MEng or BEng) in the Department.

Philip Stanger (£50)

Founded in memory of Philip Stanger, former student of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Awarded on the recommendation of the Head of Department of Mechanical Engineering to a meritorious student in the second year of an undergraduate degree course in Environmental Engineering.


Francis Stary Scholarship

Founded in 1997 by Mr Francis Stary of York, a former student of the Royal Technical College, to support postgraduate study in Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Head of Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering to the most deserving postgraduate candidate in that Department or two candidates adjudged to be of equal merit. Tenable for one year only.


Dr Strang Bursaries (three: £20)

Three Dr Strang Bursaries offered annually by Glasgow Educational and Marshall Trust to students entering or attending the University of Glasgow or the University of Strathclyde with a view to graduation in science. Tenable for three years in either or both institutions and intended particularly for students of Civil, Mechanical, Electrical or Mining Engineering. Candidates may be required to undergo an examination. Full particulars are obtainable from the Secretary, The Glasgow Educational and Marshall Trust, 44 Kingarth Street, Glasgow, G42 7RN.


Strathclyde Civil Engineering Contractors Training Group Prize (£200, plus books up to the value of £100)

Funded by the Strathclyde Civil Engineering Contractors Training Group and awarded in selected years on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Department of Civil Engineering to the best graduating student judged on all round performance, with an emphasis on contracting.


Strathclyde Regional Council Medal for Architecture (Medal and Certificate)

Founded in 1983 by the Convener and Council of the Strathclyde Region and to be awarded annually on the recommendation of the Professor of Architecture, subject to the approval of the Council, to the student with the highest standard of general excellence in Architectural Design in Graduation and Professional Studies.


David Tedford Prize (£250)

Awarded annually through the Graduates Association in memory of Professor David Tedford of the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering to a graduating student who has shown both good academic ability and the determination and creativity common to successful entrepreneurs.


Texas Instrument Prize

Awarded annually to the third year student who achieves the best performance in the Signal Processing and Communication areas of a course in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering.


Thorburn Prize (£100)

Awarded annually to the undergraduate student in the Department of Civil Engineering who, in the opinion of the Head of the Department of Civil Engineering, has demonstrated excellent performance in his/her studies or related activities.


The Sam Thorburn Prize

Awarded to the student with the best overall performance on the MSc in Environmental Studies course, as decided by the Board of Examiners.


The Sam Thorburn Endowment

Awarded at the discretion of the Director of the Graduate School of Environmental Studies for the furtherance of environmental education and the special assistance of students in this field.


John S. Todd Prize (£30)

Founded in 1987 by John S. Todd, a former student of the Royal Technical College and holder of a Greenock Scholarship, latterly of Todd Consultants Inc., Professional Engineers of Grosse Pointe, Michigan, USA. Awarded annually to the student with the best overall performance in the first year of an undergraduate degree course in Mechanical Engineering.


The Unilever Manufacturing Sciences and Engineering Prize (£100)

Founded in 1985 by Unilever UK Holdings Ltd. Awarded annually for the best performance by a fourth year student on the MEng in Manufacturing Sciences and Engineering course in the class Engineering Systems I.


Frank Arneil Walker BSc Dissertation Prize

Awarded to the best overall project in the fourth year by a BSc student of Architectural Studies. A prize of £50 and three book tokens will be awarded annually. In some years, a second prize of a book token may also be awarded.


Tom Watson Prize (£25)

Founded in 1983 in memory of Thomas T Watson of Kendal at Longwood, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, Director of Research at Lukens Steel Company, Coatesville, Pennsylvania and former student of the Royal Technical College, Glasgow. Awarded to the student nominated by the staff of the Department of Metallurgy as having the best performance in the third year of the course for the degree of BSc in Metallurgy.


Weir Pumps Prize (£100)

Founded in 1991. Awarded annually on the recommendation of the Head of Department of Mechanical Engineering to the student with the best overall performance in the Third Year of the Mechanical Engineering Honours Course. As part of the prize the student will be taken on a conducted tour of the Weir Group facilities in Alloa and Glasgow.


Charles Wood Studentship(s) (total annual value £300)

Founded in 1963 under the will of the late James W Scott to commemorate the name of Charles Wood, one of the founders of shipbuilding on the River Clyde, whose daughter married James Scott, the founder of Scott and Sons, Shipbuilders, Bowling. Awarded for one year to one or more students who shall be in attendance in or have completed the course in Naval Architecture for the degree of BSc or BEng with Honours. If the Studentship is to be used as a travel grant, candidates must have satisfactorily completed at least the third year of the course and shall submit a proposed itinerary to the Head of the Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. If the Studentship is to be use for postgraduate study, candidates should have completed the final Honours course and be eligible for admission to the course for the degree of MSc. Applications should be made in writing to the Head of the Department of Navel Architecture and Marine Engineering not later than 31 March in any year.


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