The 2022 student awards and scholarship will be delayed until Fall 2022 to be aligned with the rescheduled Fisheries Minister’s Conference on October 11-13, 2022. The competition will open in early September and have late September deadlines; stay tuned to this page for more details in the fall.
Our previous scholarship was awarded during the 2020 Seafarmer’s Conference, along with prizes for the best poster and speaker to present therein. We would like to take a moment to congratulate all our scholarship winners!
- Katie Frame won in the Best Poster category for her work on the development of the seaweed industry in Cape Breton, which netted her a prize of $250.
- Kyle Rauch won Best Oral Presentation for his work on the use of UV light to keep pathogens out of fin fish farms, receiving a $500 award.
- Jenny Weitzman‘s research into public trust and understanding of finfish farms earned her the AANS Scholarship, worth $1000.