administrative unit concerned. Prospective applicants should consult with their faculty supervisors prior to commencing an application.
Submit the following materials to the CRSS Vice-Chair by the deadline:
(a) A letter from the applicant stating your current student status (include program and year, and award being applied for), the length of time involved with remote sensing (e.g. employment and/or coursework), the name of the immediate supervisor (if applicable), and a statement of interest in remote sensing and the Scholarship with respect to future career plans. Your letter should also highlight remote sensing-related educational accomplishments, projects, and/or any research accomplishments.
A current curriculum vitae (CV) or resumé of the applicant.
Sealed official transcript(s) from all post-secondary institutions attended. The transcripts from
the applicant's current institution must be up to date and indicate current registration in good standing.
(d) A signed letter of support from a faculty member of the student's present (or past) university/college who is familiar with the applicant's remote sensing work and capabilities. The letter should clearly state why the student is deserving of a remote sensing scholarship. The letter must be submitted directly from the faculty member, preferably by e-mail with the letter as an attached document that must contain institutional letterhead and a digital signature (otherwise submit hardcopy by mail or fax).
(e) (Optional) The student applicant may also provide selected additional supporting material, such as project reports, research papers, etc.