Kordellas-Tripp Foundation Engineering Award

Kordellas-Tripp Foundation

Donor: Nicolas Kordellas and Shirley Tripp

The Kordellas-Tripp Foundation Engineering Award was established in 2015 through a generous donation by Nicolas Kordellas and Shirley Tripp.

Nicolas Kordellas was a student from Greece who graduated from U of T Engineering in 1959. It was his grandfather, Andreas Kordellas, a very successful engineer in Lavrion, Greece, who inspired him to study mechanical engineering in Canada.

The Kordellas-Tripp Foundation Engineering Award is worth $9,095.91 and is given to student(s) currently in their third or fourth year of studies and is based on financial need and social awareness. To apply, a student must submit an application, which includes a personal statement that outlines their views on how society should function so humanist values are honoured.

APPLICATION DUE: October 11, 2021

Documents required:

1. Award application form for 2021 (application now closed)

2. The Kordellas-Tripp Foundation Engineering Award applications must include a personal statement that outlines the student’s views on how society should function so humanist values are honoured.

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