Scholarship Winners for Fall 2021
Congratulations to our Fall 2021 Scholarship Winners for everything they have accomplished. Their achievements embody our three pillars of academics, service, and leadership at the UAlberta Golden Key Chapter.
Please Note: Occasionally some of our scholarship winners wish to remain anonymous. If that is the case then they will not be found below.
"Hi, my name is Andrea Pajkic and I am completing my final semester of my Undergraduate Degree in my Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. I am passionate about working with people in the fields of health and fitness and my goal is to continue my education further in pursuing a Masters Degree. I dedicate most of my time working as a student researcher for the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine as well as teaching group fitness at the UofA!
In my free time you can either catch me outdoors doing various activities or channeling my inner foodie and exploring the amazing food culture around Edmonton."
"My name is Elyan Jawhari and I am currently a second-year dental student at the University of Alberta. Prior to dental school, I took 3 years of a Bachelor of Science at the Campus Saint-Jean. I really enjoy participating and volunteering in school and community events in my free time and I look forward to keep doing so for the years to come."
"Emily is currently taking her After-Degree through the Faculty of Education in order to develop her zealous for environmental education. Born and raised in rural Alberta on a farm, she is passionate about waste, food, and protecting the environment.
You can usually find her out of Edmonton on the weekends, as she is a camping, skiing, and hiking enthusiast. Emily loves sharing and connecting with others on all things environment related, and is passionate about environmental education and outdoor pursuits.
She became a Golden Key member last year, and has really enjoyed being back on campus and in school."
"Laura is currently a Masters student in the Department of History, Classics, and Religion (Classical Languages) researching Proto-Indo-European poetry. She is hoping to pursue a PhD in Indo-European Linguistics looking at the Italo-Celtic hypothesis in the coming years.
In her spare time, she writes for YouAlberta, works at the Career Centre as a Career Peer Educator, is the Vice President of the History, Classics, and Religious Studies Graduate Students' Association, and fosters the world's cutest rabbit for a rescue society here in Edmonton. She is honoured to be the recipient of this award!"