Ryan Francis was a promising young student at Concordia University who played rugby for the Stingers. He was a student who was open to the community around him, who loved to be involved in sports activities and who while carrying out many extracurricular activities showed progressive and marked improvement with his grades throughout his studies.
The Ryan F. Cianflone Memorial Award was established by Dr. and Mrs. C.G. Cianflone in 2007. It is intended to encourage and reward full-time students currently enrolled in Bachelor's programs in the Faculty of Arts and Science, whose commitment and spirit toward sports, student life activities at Concordia and/or in the community reflect the values exemplified by Ryan Francis.
Applicants must submit a 500-word essay outlining how their experience either in sports or student life activities at Concordia University, or within the community at large, has contributed to their current appreciation of their educational opportunities. Essays will be adjudicated based on content, the quality of reason and the written expression of ideas.
Application required: Yes
Citizenship: Open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents and international students
Open to part-time students: No
Faculty: Arts and Science
This award is part of the undergraduate in-course scholarships and awards program. For information on applying please visit the financial aid and awards web site