The McKenna Scholars program was launched in 2021 to support high achieving students in the Frank McKenna School of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.
The program offers scholarships for entering and returning students, research assistantships for senior students, and a Convocation prize for top graduating students.
To learn more about giving to Mount Allison and how you can create unique opportunities for students, contact our Development Office.
Congratulations to our 2022-23 McKenna Scholars
Sadie Shelly — McKenna School Scholarship
Alexis Russell — McKenna School Scholarship
Kaitlyn Keleher — McKenna School Upper-Year Scholarship
Suchet Mittal — McKenna School Upper-Year Scholarship
Joshua Stevenson — McKenna School Upper-Year Scholarship
Paul Adebola Oyedijo — McKenna Undergraduate Research Scholar
Michael Nolan — McKenna Undergraduate Research Scholar
Jasmine Tremblay d'Ettorre — McKenna School Convocation Prize
Martha Pitre — McKenna School Convocation Prize
Other updates from the McKenna School
- Graduating student Martha Pitre ('22) received a prestigious McCall MacBain Scholarship, which fully funds master's degrees at McGill University. Pitre was one of 20 recipients chosen from 700 applicants from across the country.
- Five new scholarships, named in honour of business and community leaders, were established by the John and Judy Bragg Foundation.
"I chose the PPE program at Mount Allison because it allows me to focus on a variety of different topics, and not just one. This interdisciplinary method of learning is personally much more engaging as it allows me to analyze the same topic from a philosophical, political, and economic perspective." - Oliver Batchilder, inaugural recipient of the Ivan Duvar Scholarship
Download the McKenna School 2021-22 Donor Impact Report (pdf) for more news.