Honour M Award
History of the Award
The Honour M, the highest award that the McMaster Students Union (MSU) bestows, has been presented annually since 1932 in recognition of outstanding leadership, volunteer service, contribution and/or special achievement in extra-curricular activities. Recipients of the award are admitted to the McMaster Honour Society.
A nominee’s contributions may have been rendered in such areas as university, student, or residence governments, departments, clubs, societies, charities, or athletics. Nominees must have completed at least two (2) years of MSU membership (i.e. two fall/winter academic years of enrolment in at least eighteen (18) units of undergraduate study) and shall normally be in the final year of their academic programme. A panel of student leaders, faculty, and a member of the Honour Society selects recipients of the award. Barring special circumstances, no more than three (3) awards are normally granted each year.
Nomination forms found here:
Please attach a description of the candidate of no more than one (1) page in length explaining why they are a competitive candidate to receive the Honour M Award (i.e. what they have accomplished, not merely offices held). You should also obtain from the nominee a summary of no more than three (3) pages outlining the specific details of dates, organizations, and positions held by them as an MSU member in reverse chronological order. The selection committee may, at its discretion, request a third party contact to corroborate the biographical information.
Please email the completed package to firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday, February 2nd, 2018 at noon.
For more information, please contact:
Speaker, McMaster Students Union
MUSC 201A McMaster University
2016: Jacob Brodka, Audrey Tan
2015: Naomi Pullen, Sara Halawa
2014: Arnav Agarwal
2013: Lisa Bifano, Jeffrey Wyngaarden
2012: Tanya Kuzman, Huzaifa Saeed
2011: Neil DePass, Heather Fisher, Mary Koziol
2010: Michelle Lanteigne, Andrew Richardson, Suparna Sharma
2009: Temara Brown, Pei-Wen Chou, Michael Pett, Arati Sharma, Katie Stiel
2008: Navindra Baldeo, Paul T. Jones, Ryan P. Moran
2007: Aaron M. Orkin
2006: Heidi N. Carrubba, Morgan G. Hillier
2005: Neville A.R. Boney, Lyanne M. Quirt
2004: Candy K.W. Hui, Samuel J. Minniti
2003: Joanna Ranieri, Adam P.J. Spence
2002: Nadia Conforti, Arif Manji, Lee M. Schofield
2001: John C. Norquay, Meaghan L.D. Stovel
2000: Basil S. Alexander