Current Students

  • Students must be nominated to be considered for the following awards.
  • Nomination deadlines:  Friday, February 28th at 4:30 p.m.
  • Recipients will be announced at the annual Awards Reception at the end of Winter Term.

CCUPEKA Leadership Award

Criteria: Awarded annually to a graduating KINE or PhysEd student in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies who best demonstrates leadership, academic success, and commitment to the professions of Physical Education and Kinesiology.  The student will have made significant contributions in leadership as evidenced by the student’s participation in any activities related to their degree during their undergraduate studies.

Eligibility:  A graduating full-time student in the KINE or PhysEd program. Minimum GPA of 3.0 (overall B cumulative average).

Nomination Form 

Danielle Polk Memorial Award

Criteria: Demonstrates a love of the outdoors and outdoor activities, enthusiasm for life, love of humanity, and devotion to family and friends.

Eligibility: A full-time student in PhysEd or Kinesiology who will be entering fourth year in September 2019. Fundamental to this award is that the candidate should exhibit a positive effect on their family, friends, classmates and community, and have demonstrated a personal commitment to and/or volunteer experiences in outdoor pursuits.  Examples of a positive effect on others may include:  exhibiting enthusiasm for the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies by participation in a variety of School supported programs; showing genuine compassion for others through volunteer activities directed to helping disadvantaged or underprivileged individuals; providing encouragement for classmates to succeed; and showing thoughtful support for family and friends.

Nomination Form 

Don Krestel Memorial Award

Criteria: Promotes an appreciation of the community and the needs of individuals within it.  The nominees will demonstrate by their actions and experiences, the application of their knowledge for the betterment of those around them, particularly those who are disadvantaged (e.g. people who are homeless, people with disabilities, etc.)

Eligibility:  A full-time student in PhysEd or Kinesiology program. Minimum GPA of 3.0 (overall B cumulative average).

Nomination Form 

Fred Lamble Bartlett Memorial Award

Criteria: Demonstrates integrity, leadership and a sensitivity to and respect for the feelings of others.  This award is presented in memory of the first Director of the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies.

Eligibility:  A full-time student in Health Studies, PhysEd or Kinesiology who will be entering fourth year in September 2019. Minimum GPA of 3.0 (overall B cumulative average).

Nomination Form 

Health Studies Award of Excellence

Criteria:  Demonstrates academic excellence, strong leadership within the Health Studies student body, and has an exemplary record of volunteer work (minimum one hour per week) that aims to improve individual or community health.

Eligibility:  Any full-time student with a Major, Medial or Minor in the Health Studies program. Minimum GPA of 3.3 (overall B+ cumulative average).

Nomination Form 

PHE Canada Student Award

Criteria:  One award per University across Canada offering a degree in Physical Education or a related discipline. Demonstrates student leadership in the field of health, physical education, recreation or dance.

Eligibility:  A full-time student in the PHE or KIN program who will be entering  third or fourth year in September 2019 with a minimum second class honours standing (i.e. B+ or better).

Nomination Form 

W. K. Rowe Revved Up Legacy Award

Description: Awarded annually to one student in Kinesiology, Physical Education, or Health Studies who best demonstrates academic excellence and exemplary commitment to the Kingston Revved Up Exercise program.

Eligibility:  Any Queen’s student registered in a Kinesiology, Physical Education, or Health Studies degree plan (Major, Medial or Minor) with third or fourth year standing.  Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 (B+) with over 100 volunteer hours assisting Revved Up members, including at least one hour per week for one semester during the academic year in which the nomination occurs.

Nomination Form 

Ron Stewart Physical Education Prize

Description:  Established by associates and friends of Ron Stewart, B.A. – B.P.H.E. ’57, who during his undergraduate years at Queen’s was three times voted the most valuable player of the Senior Intercollegiate Football Team by his teammates.  Awarded annually to the student entering the fourth year of the PhysEd or Kinesiology program who has exhibited a high level of performance, leadership and sportsmanship in athletic endeavours.

Eligibility:  A full-time student in the PhysEd or KIN program who will be entering fourth year in September 2019. Minimum GPA of 3.0 (overall B cumulative average).

Nomination Form 

Stephen J. Hobbs Memorial Award

Description:  Awarded to a student in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies on the basis of participation in and contribution to student activities, particularly in the areas of Intramural sports and student government, in a given academic year.

Eligibility:  Any full-time student in the PhysEd or KINE program. Minimum GPA of 3.0 (overall B cumulative average).

Nomination Form